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Z2663     Federal Regulation 1839 Pattern Waist Belt Plate (Stud Hooks)

Description: Here is a nice early "puppy paw" buckle dug in the vicinity of the East Woods at Antietam. This plate remains relatively uncleaned. There are a few freeze cracks on the face and most of the lead solder remains on the back. The plate is slightly wavy but still retains it's overall slightly curved shape.

Measures: 56 mm x 88 mm

Recovered: Sharpsburg, Maryland (East Woods / Antietam)

Price: $325.00

Z1012     Grouping of Artillery Fuse Parts

Description: Here is a small grouping of parts of artillery fuses and fuse adaptors. These are all lead or zinc. This group includes the parts for a parrott fuse, hotchkiss, and Boremann fuse.

Recovered: Hauser Farm, Sharpsburg, Md.

Price: $15.00

M8     Brass Antietam Centennial Token (Dunkard Church)

Description: Here is an interesting item from the Centennial era here at Antietam. These tokens, along with a few other types were produced for the Antietam centennial. The face has a photo of the "Dunkard Church" in the middle and is surrounded by "Battle of Antietam" / Sept 17, 1862." The back states, " Good for 50 Cents in trade at any cooperating business or redeemable at any Washington or Frederick county Maryland bank on or before 2:00 PM Aug. 1, 1962." These tokens were produced for the bicentennial of Hagerstown, Md. as well as the centennial of the battles of Antietam & South Mountain. We have five of the Dunkard Church tokens available and will pick the best ones first. We also have a few of the other types so if you are looking for a particular one, let me know.

Measures: 33.85mm

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $15.00 Each (Qty. Available 5)

M19     Paper Brochure for J.C. Sargent's "Gardner Monumental Works" in Gardner Massachusetts

Description: Here is an interesting piece of history that is related to Antietam. This is the paper brochure that was used in marketing for the Gardner Monumental Works. J.C. Sargent owned and operated the monumental works for several years. He was a Civil War veteran and was the one who designed and produced the monuments that were on the ends of the Burnside Bridge. Below the brochure is a photo of J.C. Sargent standing by one of his monuments. This photo is not for sale and is only pictured as reference.

Measures: 8.75" x 5.5"

Recovered: Gardner Monumental Works Factory

Price: $15.00 Each (Qty. Avail. 4)


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