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Z2403     Militia Panel Waist Belt Plate 1850-1865

Description: Here is a very nice excavated militia panel belt plate with the raised star in the center. The tongue is missing on this example and only iron remnants of the keeper remain. The belt loop bar is intact and the plate remains flat and slightly wavy.

Measures: 57 mm x 83 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: O'Donnell & Campbell Plate 414

Price: $495.00 Sale Pending!

Z2402     Federal Waist Belt Plate, Regulation 1839 Pattern

Description: Here is a minty Federal waist belt plate. The face of the plate is coated to prevent tarnish. This one is fantastic and still retains its original curve.

Measures: 54 mm x 84 mm

Price: $350.00

Z2401     Confederate "Beveled-Edge" Frame Buckle

Description: Here is a very nice excavated frame buckle. This buckle has a nice dark even patina throughout the fame. One side is slick while the other is a little rough from the sand casting process. There are two very small digger "kisses" on the inside frame near the middle bar. They are very small but mentioned for exactness.

Measures: 61 mm x 75 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Mullinax Plate 170

Price: $550.00

Y1143     .32 Williamson Patent "Teatfire" Cartridges for Use in the Moore Revolver (Known as the No. 32) (1864 / Round Teat)

Description: Excellent cartridges with the later rounded teat.

Measures:    OAL 1.271"

Price: $35.00 each Three Left

Y1142     Frankford Arsenal .50/70 Internally "Benet" Primed Cartridge (Headstamped R / 9 / 82 / F)

Description: Nice .50/70 rifle cartridge produced at the Frankford Arsenal in September of 1892.

Measures:    OAL 2.233"  CL 1.766"

Price: $55.00

Y1124     .50/70 Internally Primed Experimental Cartridge with an Iron Anvil

Description: Scarce .50/70 cartridge with no indents. The anvil is held in place against the side of the cartridge. See Logan Pg. 97-98

Measures:    OAL 2.287"  CL 1.776"

Price: $200.00

Y1112     .58 Internally Primed Brass Cased Cartridge

Description: Scarce version with the drawn brass casing. Some believe these were manufactured in South America. 

Measures:    OAL 1.773"   CL 1.212"

Price: 165.00

Y1130     .58 Copper Cased Internally Primed Cartridge

Description: Nice cartridge with two very small dents on one side.

Measures:    OAL 1.702"  CL 1.206"

Price: $125.00

Y1138    Cut Off Head for a .58 W.R.A.Co. .58 Musket Cartridge

Description: Nicely sectioned head showing the internal base of the cartridge casing.

Measures:  D .734"

Price: $20.00

Y1125     .58 Dangerfield & Lefever (NPE) New Primed Empty Cartridge Ca. 1872

Description: Excellent New Primed Empty shell casing for the Dangerfield & Lefever.

Measures:    OAL  2.128"

Price: $125.00

Y1136     Sectioned .58 Musket Cartridge (Berdan Primed)

Description: Excellent sectioned cartridge for the .58 musket. This example is Berdan primed with a four groove solid base projectile.

Measures:    OAL 2.138"  CL 1.647"

Price: $40.00

Y1119     .58 Musket Cartridge (Berdan Primed / W.R.A.Co. / 58 MUSKET)

Description: Nice cartridge for the .58 musket with the Winchester Repeating Arms Company headstamp for .58 Musket.

Measures:    OAL 2.180"  CL 1.687"

Price: $65.00

Y1121     .58 Musket Cartridge (Berdan Primed with Iron Cup)

Description: Nice cartridge for the .58 musket. This one is Berdan Primed with an iron cup.

Measures:    OAL 2.069"  CL 1.656"

Price: $65.00

Y1132     .58 Blank Musket Cartridge (Full Charge / Berdan Primed)

Description: Nice blank cartridge for the .58 musket. This one has a straight case and a rolled crimp over the paper wad.

Measures:    OAL 1.590"

Price: $20.00

Y1134     .58 Blank Musket Cartridge (Full Charge)

Description: Nice blank cartridge for the .58 musket. This one is slightly necked at the top.

Measures:    OAL 1.652"

Price: $20.00

Y1139     .58 Brass Cased Musket Cartridge (Orcutt Primer)

Description: Nice cartridge with an Orcutt primer. There is one small tarnished area on the side of this cartridge.

Measures:    OAL 2.117"  CL 1.639"

Price: $75.00

Y1141     .58 Roberts Cartridge (Brass Casing / Berdan Primed) Ca. 1870

Description: Nice cartridge with no issues. Hoyem states, "This is the cartridge for the Roberts centerfire breech-loading conversions with breechblock hinged as in the Peabody with operating lever along the upper tang."

Measures:    OAL 1.895"  CL 1.354"

Price: $60.00

Y1131     .58 Carbine Cartridge (Brass Casing / Berdan Primed)

Description: Nice cartridge with an external Berdan primer. These cartridges were commercially loaded by the Union Metallic Cartridge Company. The casing is excellent and the bullet is lightly coated.

Measures:    OAL 1.584"  CL 1.103"

Price: $30.00

Y1133     .58 Remington Carbine Cartridge (Copper Casing / Berdan Primed)

Description: Nice cartridge known as the .58 Remington carbine cartridge. This example has a nice drawn copper casing with a brass Berdan primer

Measures:    OAL 1.733"  CL 1.228"

Price: $50.00

Y1122     Frankford Arsenal .58 Benet Primed Cartridge

Description: Nice internally primed cartridge for the early conversion muskets.

Measures:    OAL 1.711"  CL 1.200"

Price: $80.00

Y1103     .58 Internally Cup Primed (Benet) Cartridge "Button Head"

Description: Here is a nice internally primed cartridge. This is a variant of the cup primed or Benet primed cartridge. This style is known as the "button head" due to the appearance of the raised center. This was designed to prevent cracking of the casing on the head.

Measures:    OAL 1.714"  CL 1.212"

Price: $65.00

Y1135     .50/70 Frankford Arsenal Bar Anvil Primed Cartridge

Description: Nice cartridge produced at the Frankford Arsenal in the late 1860's. There are two crimps right above the rim.

Measures:    OAL 2.262"  CL 1.771"

Price: $60.00

Y1108     Sectioned .50/70 Martin Primed Cartridge

Description: Beautifully sectioned "Martin" primed cartridge. This example shows all of the components and the little cap cover folded inside of the crimped head.

Measures:    OAL 2.256"  CL 1.761"

Price: $55.00

Y1126     Frankford Arsenal .50/70 Frankford Arsenal Martin Primed Cartridge

Description: Nice copper cased cartridge with the re-entrant fold.

Measures:    OAL 2.302"  CL 1.753"

Price: $55.00

Y1116     .50/70 Externally Primed Cartridge Produced by E. Remington & Sons

Description: Excellent cartridge with a crisp headstamp!

Measures:   OAL 2.262"  CL 1.765"

Price: $65.00

Y1117     Rodman-Crispin .50/70 Rolled Case Cartridge

Description: Nice cartridge consisting of a rolled brass casing, brass cup, and iron head. These experimental cartridges were produced in the 1870's at the Frankford Arsenal.

Measures:    OAL 2.224"  CL 1.851"

Price: $150.00

Y1107      Sectioned .50/70 Benet Primed Cartridge

Description: Here is a beautifully sectioned .50/70 cup primed cartridge. You can clearly see the cup primer lodged into the head. This example shows all of the major components of this priming system.

Measures:   OAL 2.253"  CL 1.762"

Price: $40.00

Y1140     .50/70 Internally Benet Primed Cartridge

Description: Nice cartridge manufactured at the Frankford Arsenal.

Measures:    OAL 2.259"  CL 1.780"

Price: $50.00

Y1137     .50-55 Internally Benet Primed Carbine Cartridge

Description: Nice .50-55 carbine cartridge produced at the Frankford Arsenal in the early 1870's.

Measures:    OAL 2.169"  CL 1.773"

Price: $60.00

Y1127     .50-50 Meigs Cartridge by the U.S. Cartridge Company

Description: Nice cartridge produced at the United States Cartridge Company in the 1870's-1880's.

Measures:    OAL 1.589"  CL 1.298"

Price: $95.00

Y1128       .50 Externally Primed Carbine Cartridge by The Winchester Repeating Arms Company

Description: Nice cartridge with a headstamp that reads, "W.R.A.CO / 50 CARB."

Measures:    OAL 1.778"  CL 1.361"

Price: $35.00

Y1104      .50-45 Benet Primed Cartridge (Frankford Arsenal)

Description: Nice internally primed cartridge for the .50 Cadet Rifle. These are also known as carbine cartridges.

Measures:    OAL 1.763"  CL 1.344"

Price: $35.00

Y1111     Frankford Arsenal .50/70 Benet Primed Blank Cartridge

Description: Nice example still containing the powder.

Measures:    OAL 1.532"

Price: $20.00

Y1120     .50-45 Bar Anvil Primed Cartridge (Frankford Arsenal)

Description: Nice cartridge for the .50 Cadet Rifle. This one is crimped very close to the base.

Measures:    OAL 1.755"  CL 1.284"

Price: $40.00

Y1106     Sectioned .45/70 Forager Cartridge Manufactured by U.M.C

Description: Beautifully sectioned "shot/forager" cartridge. You can clearly see the primer, powder, wad, wooden sabot, and shot. This one has a partial headstamp of 45 GOVT and was manufactured by U.M.C.. The wooden sabot extends .782" down into the casing.

Measures:    OAL 2.617"   CL 2.105"

Price: $45.00

Y1118     .45/70 Forager/Shot Cartridge Manufactured by the Union Metallic Cartridge Company

Description: Excellent externally primed cartridge with a wooden sabot filled with lead shot.

Measures:    OAL 2.599"  CL 2.107"

Price: $40.00

Y1129     Tinned .45/70 Carbine Cartridge Manufactured at the Frankford Arsenal

Description: Nice tinned cartridge for the carbine produced in February of 1892 at the Frankford Arsenal.

Measures:    OAL 1.244"  CL 2.101"

Price: $20.00

Y1109     Frankford Arsenal .45-80-500 Sharpshooter Cartridge for Lengthened Chamber Rifles

Description: Nice cartridge produced at the Frankford Arsenal in March of 1883. These cartridges were designed for the lengthened chamber rifles.

Measures:    OAL 3.081"  CL 2.398"

Price: $45.00

Y1123     .45/70 Blank Carbine Cartridge Manufactured at the Frankford Arsenal

Description: Nice example of a blank carbine cartridge produced at the Frankford Arsenal in March of 1880. The die broke on the "80" which almost makes it appear to be a backwards "C."

Measures:   OAL 2.082"

Price: $30.00

Y1110     Frankford Arsenal Internally Primed .45/70 Ball Cartridge (No Headstamp) (Pre-March 1875)

Description: This is the earlier version with the wide spacing between the crimps and was manufactured prior to March 1875.

Measures:    OAL 2.566"  CL 2.111"

Price: $65.00

Y1105     Scarce .45/70 Carbine Cartridge with Raised "US CARBINE" Headstamp (45-55-405)

Description: Scarce cartridge produced at the Frankford Arsenal between March 1874 and July of 1874.

Measures:    OAL 2.559"  CL 2.114"

Headstamp: Raised "U.S. CARBINE"

Reference: Frasca Pg. 239 Top B

Price: $250.00

Z2400     One-Piece Pewter US Army Coat Button 1808-1830

Description: Decent excavated coat button with no edge loss. The letters are faint but readable and the shank is intact. This one appears to be a water recovery.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 19.20 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI30A

Price: $35.00

Z2398     One-Piece Cast Pewter Infantry Cuff Button (1812-1815)

Description: Nice button with no edge loss. The stand up shank is intact and the letter "I" is clear.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.06 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI36

Price: $50.00

Z2394     One-Piece Massachusetts Militia Button

Description: Nice excavated button with a clear backmark. This example is missing the shank.

Backmark: "**A.M.PEASLEY. / BOSTON*" rm

Measures: 22.85 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's MS22, Tice MS102C variant

Price: $125.00

Z2392     One-Piece "IN GOD WE TRUST" Cuff Button

Description: Nice early button with good detail, a clear backmark, and the stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: "ORANGE / *COLOUR*" rm with inner ring of dots

Measures: 14.63 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's Unlisted

Price: $50.00

Z2390     Three-Piece Convex New York State Seal Cuff Button

Description: Nice cuff button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "SCOVILL MF'G, CO. / WATERBURY." dm with inner ring of dots.

Measures: 15.11 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY30, Tice NY220FS1

Price: $25.00

Z2388     Two-Piece Connecticut State Seal Coat Button

Description: Nice large coat button. This one has a slight push to the very center of the face.

Backmark: "SCOVILL MF'G CO. / (dot) WATERBURY. (dot) " dm between rings of dots

Measures: 23.31 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's CT13, Tice CT205A13

Price: $40.00

Z2387     One Piece Federal Navy Cuff button, Eagle Facing Left Over Upright Anchor

Description: Nice button with the shank intact although slightly bent.

Backmark: "WARRANTED/ (dot) SUPERIOR (dot)" between two solid rings, dm.

Measures: 15.11 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's  NA86AV

Price: $25.00

Z2386     One-Piece Convex Infantry Coat Button 1820's-1840's

Description: Nice excavated button with clear detail. The shank is missing from this example.

Backmark: "**************" rm between solid rings

Measures: 19.04 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI79, Tice GI200unlisted

Price: $45.00

Z2385     One-Piece Second U.S. Regiment of Infantry Cuff Button 1798-1802

Description: Decent cuff button with a little edge loss and stabilization. The legend is clear and pronounced and the stand up shank is present although bent.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 15.77 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI28R2

Price: $65.00

Z2384     One-Piece New York Militia Button (Pre-1830)

Description: Excellent button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "SUPERB IMPERIAL STANDARD*" dm

Measures: 22.23 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY10, Tice NY100A23

Price: $55.00

Z2383     Two-Piece Low-Convex General Service Eagle Coat Button

Description: Nice button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "SCOVILL MFG CO / . WATERBURY."

Measures: 19.81 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI94A, Tice GEN215A30

Price: $20.00

Z2382     One-Piece Marine Corps Button 1820's

Description: Nice excavated button with missing shank.

Backmark: "GILT .*.*.*.*." rm between two rings

Measures: 20.23 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's MC2, Tice MC106A

Price: $225.00

Z2380     Revolutionary War One-Piece Pewter Sixth Massachusetts Regiment Button (1781)

Description: Excavated button with edge loss and the stand up shank is intact although bent over. You can still read the MASS over VI over the crossed sabers.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 17 mm

Recovered: New Boston, Ex. Wendell Lang Collection

Reference: Troiani / Kochan Pg. 228 AM6D

Price: $125.00

Z2379     One-Piece Pewter Sixth Infantry Regiment Coat Button

Description: Very nice button with plenty of detail and no edge loss. This is obviously a water recovery. The stand up shank is intact although slightly bent.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 20.36 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI32R6C

Price: $175.00

Z2378     Scarce Excavated War of 1812 Cockade Eagle

Description: Nice excavated specimen. The eagle is facing right with arrows in its right talon with an olive branch in the other. This piece is almost intact. The top of the left wing is missing.

Measures Approximately 1" x 1"

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Campbell / O'Donnell "American Military Headgear Insignia" Pg. 74

Price: $195.00

Z2377     One-Piece Pewter Second United States Infantry Regiment Coat Button 1798-1802

Description: Nice button with a little edge loss. the stand up shank is intact and the face is coated.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 21.27 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI28R2C

Price: $140.00

Z2376     Early One-Piece New York Militia Coat Button

Description: Nicely silvered button. This example has been reshanked.

Backmark: Blank over an older backmark

Measures: 23.27 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY9, Tice NY040Variant

Price: $150.00

Z2374     Pewter One-Piece Convex United States Infantry Button

Description: Nice button missing the shank. This one appears to be a water recovery.

Backmark: "GILES*/RICHARDS" rm with eagle

Measures: 20.64 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI41A

Price: $95.00

Z2372     Two-Piece Low Convex General Service Eagle Button

Description: Nice excavated eagle coat button. The shank is slightly pushed to one side.

Backmark: "***EXTRA*** / QUALITY" dm with inner and outer ring of dots.

Measures: 20.05 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI94A, Tice GEN215A. Unlisted

Price: $15.00

Z2370     One-Piece Pewter First U.S. Regiment Infantry Coat Button 1798-1802

Description: Nice excavated button with a perfect stand up shank. This one appears to be recovered from the water. The face is slightly worn but all details and letters are readable.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 19.16 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI28R1

Price: $110.00

Z2369     One-Piece Militia Coat Button (Reshanked)

Description: Nicely silver button. This one has been professionally reshanked.

Backmark: "Warranted / TREBLE / PLATED" dm with wreath

Measures: 23.25 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI61

Price: $50.00

Z2367     One-Piece Pewter Wayne's Legion Cuff Button

Description:  Nice button with detail. This one has minor edge loss and the shank is present although bent.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 13.88 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI25

Price: $125.00

Z2366     Two-Piece Zachary Taylor & Lewis Cass 1848 Presidential Campaign Button (Rough and Ready)

Description: Scarce small size button. Slight push to the back with a bent shank.

Backmark: ".EXTRA. / SPORTING" rmdc

Measures: 14.28 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's PC223BV

Price: $175.00

Z2364     One-Piece New York Militia Button

Description: Nice button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "EXTRA / RICH COLOR" dm with wreath

Measures: 22.31 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY10, Tice NY100A1

Price: $55.00

Z2363     One-Piece First Regiment of Infantry Officer's Coat Button, War of 1812

Description: Nice button, clear detail, plenty of plating, and the stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: Blank over a previous backmark

Measures: 24.55 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI53R1

Price: $425.00

Z2362     One-Piece General Service Infantry Coat Button 1820's

Description: Nice button with clear detail. The shank is present although bent.

Backmark: "****UNITED/STATES****" rm

Measures: 15.11 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI70BV

Price: $40.00

Z2360     One-Piece Pewter Floral Pattern Button

Description: Nice early button with a raised floral motif on the front. The shank is missing and there is a clear mold seam across the back.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 22.77 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $35.00

Z2330     Early Pewter One-Piece US Cockade Button

Description: Nice button with a clear "U.S." over an eagle with flags below. The detail on this is great!

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 12.66 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's Unl., Tice Unl.

Price: $75.00

Z2359     One-Piece Regiment of Riflemen Cuff Button

Description: Nice button with clear detail and missing shank

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.62 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's RF3AV

Price: $65.00

Z2358     Revolutionary War Enlisted Pewter Intertwined USA Coat Button

Description: Nice excavated example with clear lettering. The shank is intact and there is a clear mold seam on the back. This example has minimal edge loss.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 19.32 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Troiani/Kochan Pgs. 195-196

Price: $595.00 on Layaway!

Z2356     One-Piece Artillery Corps Coat Button 1814-1821

Description: Excellent button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 19.92 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's AY55A

Price: $65.00

Z2355     One-Piece Pewter Sixth United States Infantry Regiment Coat Button 1798-1802

Description: Very nice button with clear detail and a slick face. This example is missing the shank and the planchet is slightly wavy.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 19.77 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI28R6

Price: $125.00

Z2354     One-Piece Pewter Fifteenth Infantry Regiment Coat Button 1812

Description:  Nice button with detail. The planchet on this example is a little wavy, there is a little lead loss and the shank is missing.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 20.29 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI34R15

Price: $125.00

Z2353     Two-Piece Washington Commemorative Button (Jacksonian)

Description: Nice little button with an applied rim. The stand up shank is intact although slightly bent.

Backmark: ".L & KENDRICK. / EXTRA" rm

Measures: 12.80 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's PC46B

Price: $150.00

Z2352     Two-Piece New England Guards Cuff Button

Description: Nice button for the New England Guards out of Boston. Tice states these were produced around the mid to late 1830's through the 1840's.

Backmark: ".ROBINSONS. / EXTRA" dm

Measures: 13.66 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS76, Tice MS264AS1

Price: $50.00

Z2351      Rev. War Massachusetts "Ordnance" Buttons of 1778, 5th Regiment

Description: Nice button with detail, a little edge loss, and a broken turret shank.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 18.13 mm

Recovered: Camp Robinson's Farm, New York

Reference: Troiani & Kochan Pg.223 AMO2.E.

Price: $295.00

Z2350     Revolutionary War First Connecticut Regiment Coat Button

Description: Nice button with very little edge loss. The letters are clear and the shank is present. The planchet is slightly wavy.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 24.59 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Troiani/Kochan Pg. 213 A1CRC-E

Price: $1,450.00

Z2347     One-Piece Convex Pewter Ninth Infantry Regiment Coat Button

Description: Nice excavated button with a slightly wavy planchet. The words, "Regiment of Infantry" encircle the eagle and are legible. The shank is intact and shows crude manufacturing.

Backmark: "GILES * RICHARDS" rm with eagle

Measures: 20.25 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI53R9

Price: $150.00

Z2346     One-Piece Artillery Corps Coat Button (1814-1821)

Description:  Excellent gilted button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "RICHARD ROBINSON / ATTLEB." rm over another backmark

Measures: 21.34 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's AY55C

Price: $75.00

Z2345     One-Piece Regiment of Artillery Coat Button

Description: Excellent gilted button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: ".IMPERIAL. / ORANGE GILT

Measures: 22.09 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's AY60B

Price: $125.00

Z2344     One-Piece Artillery Coat Button (1808-1821)

Description: Excellent gilted button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "LEWIS & TOMES / EXTRA RICH

Measures: 23.20 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's AY52AV

Price: $95.00

Z2343     One-Piece Militia Coat Button

Description: Nice button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: ".*. IMPERIAL.*. / STANDARD" rmdc

Measures: 21.35 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI59A

Price: $65.00

Z2342     One-Piece Militia Coat Button

Description: Nice silvered button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "Warranted / TREBLE / PLATED" dm with wreath

Measures: 23.31 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI61V

Price: $65.00

Z2329     Three-Piece High-Convex Federal General Staff Coat Button

Description: Excellent button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "EXTRA / QUALITY" dm with floral design between two rings of dots.

Measures: 22.60 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GS, Tice GS226A25

Price: $40.00

Z2324     Revolutionary War New York Volunteers (Third American Regiment) Coat Button

Description: Nice button with weak but legible markings.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 22.66 mm

Recovered: Unknown, Ex. Troiani Collection

Reference: Troiani & Kochan Pg. 173 LNYVD

Price: $650.00

Z2322     Two-Piece Centennial Guard Coat Button from the Philadelphia Centennial International Exposition

Description: Nice button with the stand up shank intact. The face has 1776 over CG over 1876.

Backmark: "HORSTMANN BROS & Co / .PHIL." dm between two rings of dots.

Measures: 22.81 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's EX1

Price: $35.00

Z2318     One-Piece First Regiment of Artillery Cuff Button

Description: Decent dug button missing the shank.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.68 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's AY24AV?

Price: $40.00

Z2316     One-Piece Second Infantry Regiment Cuff Button

Description: Nice excavated button with the stand up shank intact. 

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 16.32 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI32R2

Price: $125.00

Z2314     One-Piece Convex Militia Coat Button

Description: Nicely silvered button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "*BEST PLATED.* / LONDON." rm between two solid rings

Measures: 19.79 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI67

Price: $50.00

Z2313     One-Piece Regiment of Riflemen Coat Button

Description: Nice excavated button with detail and the original shank. The planchet is slightly wavy on this example.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 19.91 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's RF1A

Price: $115.00

Z2312     One-Piece Regiment of Riflemen Coat Button

Description: Excellent button with nice detail. The stand up shank is present although bent.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 19.95 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's RF2

Price: $125.00

Z2310     Two-Piece Low Convex Massachusetts Volunteer Militia Coat Button

Description: Nicely gilted button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "*R&W.ROBINSON*/EXTRA RICH" dm

Measures: 22.76 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS34, Tice MS208A1

Price: $45.00

Z2309     War of 1812 Infantry Officer's Coat Button (Propatria)

Description: Nicely silvered officer's coat button. This one doesn't have a backmark but the initials "A.N." are carved into the back. The stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 24.37 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI51J

Price: $495.00

Z2308     One-Piece New York Militia Button

Description: Nice silvered button. The stand up shank is intact although slightly bent.

Backmark: "SUPERIOR PLATED" rm with eagle. 14 stars surround the outside

Measures: 23.30 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY10, Tice NY100Variant (Unlisted Backmark)

Price: $55.00

Z2311     Nice Albumen of Fuller's Battery in Bennington, Vermont 1886

Description: Nice horizontal albumen of Col. Fuller's Battery of Vermont. They are all surrounding a cannon in the middle and Col. Fuller appears to be facing left while everyone else is looking at the camera. The back reads, "Fuller Battery / papa 19 yrs. old. / Bennington, Vt. 1886." There is an X drawn on the front of the photo far left next to a musician. I am assuming this man is "papa." Great piece with a little fading!

Measures: 5.25" x 9.5"

Price: $150.00

Z2307     One-Piece Third Regiment of Artillery Cuff Button 1813-1814

Description: Very nice button with a slick patina and clear detail. The shank is intact although bent.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.12 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's AY38

Price: $50.00

Z2306     One-Piece Artillery Corps Cuff Button (1814-1821)

Description: Nice dug button with the early backmark.

Backmark: "LEAVENWORTH HAYDEN & SCOVILL" rm

Measures: 14.44 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: AY55AV

Price: $40.00

Z2305     One-Piece Low-Convex General Service Militia Coat Button 1820's-1830's

Description: Nice silvered example with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 19 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI67V

Price: $50.00

Z2304     One-Piece Regiment of Riflemen Coat Button

Description: Nice example with a stand up shank intact although slightly bent.

Backmark: "**********************" rm

Measures: 20.18 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's RF3A

Price: $95.00

Z2303     One-Piece Third Regiment of Artillerists Cuff Button

Description: Nice cuff button with detail and an intact shank. Shank is bent over.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.31 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's AY34

Price: $65.00

Z2302     One-Piece First Regiment of Artillerists Coat Button (1811-1813)

Description: Nice button with the stand up shank intact. This one appears to be water find.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 22.52 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's AY32

Price: $75.00

Z2301     One-Piece Second Regiment of Artillerists Coat Button (1811-1813)

Description: Nice button with a script "RA" over "2." This one is missing the shank.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 19.74 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's AY33

Price: $50.00

Z2299     One-Piece Regiment of Artillery Coat Button (1808-1811)

Description: Nice button with a pleasing patina. The shank is missing on this example.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 20.78 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's AY47A

Price: $95.00

Y1102     Full, Complete, and Correct Box of 20 .45-60 W.C.F. Winchester Central Fire Cartridges

Description: Here is a nice box of 20 .45-60 W.C.F. cartridges. This box dates to 1880. The caliber and powder call-out are not in block letters. There is a small piece of the label missing from the top. One lid seam was split and has been glued. All the cartridges do not have the headstamp. All the cartridges but three are excellent. Three of them have powder burn. There is also one small spot on the side corner that is bumped but mentioned for exactness. This is a buff style box with some age and soiling. This cartridge would have been used in the Winchester Model 1876 and Model 1885.

Measures:    6.25" x 1.25" x 2.25"

Reference: Giles & Shuey Pg. 81 Top

Price: $495.00

Y1101     Full, Complete, and Correct Box of .50 .22 W.C.F. Winchester Center Fire Cartridges

Description: This box is in great shape and contains 50 .22 WCF cartridges for the Winchester M1885. The .22 center fire cartridges changed over to .22 Hornet in the 1930's. Giles and Shuey date this box around the 1903-1906 timeframe. This is an excellent box that hasn't been tampered with.

Measures:    3" x 1.5" x 1.75"

Reference: Giles & Shuey Pg. 112 Top Right

Price: $225.00 Sale Pending!

Z2298     One-Piece US Official Diplomatic Button

Description: Nice dug button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "STRONG GILT" dm

Measures: 16.02 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's OD5B variant?

Price: $125.00

Z2297     One-Piece Pewter First U.S. Regiment Infantry Coat Button 1798-1802

Description: Nice excavated button with a little edge flaking. The shank is intact although bent.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 20.53 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI28R1

Price: $125.00

Z2296     Three-Piece Massachusetts Volunteer Militia Coat Button

Description: Nice button. The back is slightly pushed with the shank.

Backmark: "+.+ BENEDICT & BURNHAM +.+ / WATERBURY / .+. EXTRA .+. / SUPERFINE" dm

Measures: 21.64 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS35, Tice MS210F1

Price: $40.00

Z2295      Two-Piece General Service "Great Coat" Coat Button Late 1820's-1830's

Description: Nice non excavated button missing the shank.

Backmark: "*.* UNITED / STATES *.*

Measures: 20.14 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI71, Tice GEN200B

Price: $50.00

Z2294     One-Piece Fourth U.S. Regiment of Infantry Cuff Button 1798-1802

Description: Very nice dug button with no edge loss. The legend is clear and the stand up shank is intact. The planchet is ever so slightly wavy.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 15.3 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI28R4

Price: $125.00

Z2293     Large One-Piece Colonial Decorative Button

Description: Nice dug button with a decent design.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 34.03 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $15.00

Z2292     One-Piece Seventh U.S. Regiment of Infantry Coat Button 1798-1802

Description: Nice dug button missing the shank. There is a push towards the front of the button in the 7:00 position.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 21.44 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI28R7

Price: $95.00

Z2291     Large One-Piece Colonial Decorative Button Made Into a Decorative Pin

Description: Nice large colonial era flat button that has had the shank removed and a clasp pin soldered onto the back.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 36.58 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $40.00

Z2289     One-Piece First Light Artillery Cuff Button 1808-1821

Description: Nice excavated button with the shank intact although bent.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.25 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's AY43CV1

Price: $35.00

Z2288     One-Piece Fifteenth U.S. Regiment of Infantry Cuff Button 1798-1802

Description: Decent button with a stand up shank. This one has some edge loss from the 10:00 position to the 6:30 position. Tough number to find!

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 15.55 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI28R15

Price: $95.00

Z2287     One-Piece Fourteenth U.S. Regiment of Infantry Coat Button 1798-1802

Description: Nice button with a readable legend. This one has very little edge loss and the stand up shank is intact although bent.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 20.36 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI28R14

Price: $140.00

Z2286     French Chasseur Uniform Cuff Button

Description: Excellent button often dug in the camps of the 83rd Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers.

Backmark: "C F / PARIS" rm

Measures: 16.52 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's PA48, Tice PA235AS1

Price: $75.00

Z2285     One-Piece Convex Eagle "A" Artillery Cuff Button

Description: Nice early artillery cuff button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 15.56 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's AY63?

Price: $40.00

Z2284     One-Piece U.S. General Service Coat Button 1808-1830

Description: Nice button with strong detail and a missing shank.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 17.90 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI30A

Price: $45.00

Z2283     One-Piece General Service "Great Coat" Coat Button 1820's

Description: Nice button with detail. Photos don't do this one justice. The shank is present although bent.

Backmark: "*.*.*. UNITED / STATES *.*.*." rm

Measures: 19.90 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI70, Tice GEN199B1

Price: $50.00

Z2290    Civil War Philadelphia Depot "Bullseye" Canteen by Joseph Hall Rohrman of Philadelphia

Description: Decent "bullseye" canteen with two dents on the back. The front side is perfect. The pewter spout is marked, "J.HALL ROHRMAN PHILAD." The spout also has the initials "C.M" carved into the side over the manufacture stamp.

Measures: 8" in diameter

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: O'Donnell, US Army & Militia Canteens Pg. 126

Price: $150.00 SOLD

Y1100     Complete Full and Correct Box of Ten .40-70 2.5" Sharps Straight Cartridges by Union Metallic Cartridge Company

Description: Excellent box of ammo for the .40-70-330 Sharps. The ammo and box are in excellent condition for their age. The seams are still strong and the ammo and interior paper are minty!

Headstamp: U.M.C. / S H / .40-70.

Measures: 3.5" x 2.5"

Price: $595.00

Y1099     Unopened Box of 20 Tinned .45/70 Carbine Ball Cartridge Manufactured at the Frankford Arsenal

Description: Excellent box with the original pull string attached. The bottom is stamped, "Velocity at 53 FT / 116? FEET / MAR 22 1892."

Measures: 6" x 2.5" x 1.25"

Price: $225.00

Z2282     Excavated Medium Size Medical Tourniquet by Otto & Reynder of New York

Description: Nice excavated tourniquet buckle manufactured by Otto and Reynder of New York.

Measures: 1.565" x 1.533"

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $150.00

Z2267     1820's Thomas Porter II Slave Trade Coat Button

Description: Water recovered coat button with the stand up shank intact. The face has the initials T.P. which stands for Thomas Porter II. Thomas Porter was a slave trader in the early 1800's and had these buttons manufactured for use on his slave and merchant clothing. There is a brass alloy version and a pewter version with T. Porter on the face.

Backmark: "* (Crown) * / ???????" dm

Measures: 19.59 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $345.00

Z2278     Federal Navy Coat Button

Description: Nice button produced by D. Evans in the 1860's. Tice states this backmark may be post war/transitional. 

Backmark: "E. L. E. & Co London" dm  on ribbon with a crown.

Measures: 22.41 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NA12 or 13, Tice NA230A1

Price: $25.00

Z2277     Federal Navy Cuff or Sleeve Button 1850's

Description: Very small button with a floating shank that is slightly pushed to one side. The eagle faces right on this example. The closest match I could find in Tice's is NA203AS6.

Backmark: Blank Tin Back

Measures: 12.49 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NA101, Tice NA203AS6

Price: $20.00

Z2276     Fuller Battery National Guard of Vermont Coat Button

Description: Excellent button from well known post war battery. They were founded in 1872 and organized into the National Guard in 1873.

Backmark: "SCOVILL MF'G CO. / WATERBURY." dm between two rings of dots.

Measures: 23.87 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's VT13

Price: $35.00

Z2274     Large Size Revolutionary War Enlisted Pewter Intertwined USA Coat Button

Description: Very nice large coat size button with the intertwined USA on the front. The stand up shank is intact. This one has been lightly coated and 1CR written on the back for the 1st Conn. Regiment. The planchet is straight and the USA is bold. This button has been coated. No restoration!

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 23.57 mm

Recovered: Connecticut Village Site, Camp of the 1st Connecticut Regiment

Reference: Troiani/Kochan AUSAA-E

Price: $1,250.00

Z2273     New York Volunteers (3rd American Regiment) Coat Button (Rev. War)

Description:  Here is a nice large size enlisted man's button. The center of the legend has a crown over "NYV." This is a seldom offered button and quite scarce. This particular example is missing the shank and has some edge loss. The cracks around the edge have been filled with glue. to stabilize from further deterioration.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 26.75 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Troiani/Kochan Pg. 173 LNYVB

Price: $995.00

Z2138     Two-Piece Continental Artillery Officer's Cuff Button (Revolutionary War)

Description: Excellent excavated button! These originally had a wooden back with a cat gut cord. The wooden back has long since deteriorated on this excavated example.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 17.34 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's AY3A, Troiani/Kochan ACAI

Price: $1,100.00

Z2279     Civil War Brass Tourniquet Marked U.S.A. Hosp. Dept.

Description: Here is a very nice tourniquet from an old Virginia collection. This one still retains the swivel teeth and the tips are slightly bent. The side is marked, "H.Hernstein / U.S.A / Hosp. Dept." Herman Hernstein supplied quite a few of these to the Hospital Department. He was located in New York at 131 Mercer and 393 Broadway.

Measures: 1.36" x 1.23"

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $250.00

Z2272     Original Civil War Ammo Crate for 1000 .58 Rifled Musket Cartridges

Description: Here is an excellent dovetailed ammo crate. The interior is fairly clean, the bottom is clean. It retains its original green paint and white letters. Both handles are firmly attached. There is a large stenciled "K" on both sides of the crate. This one is missing the lid which is common on these old crates.

Measures: 16" x 11 3/4" x 7"

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $1,495.00

Z2270    Tin Volunteer Militia Cap Plate Ca. 1825-1835

Description: This is the scarcer tin version that still retains it's attachment loops and plume holder. This cap device is topped with thirteen five pointed stars. The words, "Unity is Strength" spans over an eagle with open wings. The eagle is holding an olive branch in the left talon and lightning bolts in the right. The eagle is over a slanted shield that reads, "1776."  This piece still retains its original shape. There is some light rust spots here and there which is typical.

Measures: 3.75" x 4.75"

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Campbell & O'Donnell "American Military Headgear Insignia Pg. 251

Price: $695.00

Z2265     Three-Piece Massachusetts Volunteer Militia Coat Button

Description: Nice button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "SCOVILL MF'G, / WATERBURY" dm inside two rings of dots.

Measures: 22.26 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated 22.26 mm

Reference: Albert's MS35, Tice MS210C1

Price: $30.00

Z2264     Three-Piece Convex New York State Seal Coat Button

Description: Excellent button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "WATERBURY BUTTON.CO. / *EXTRA.&" dm

Measures: 22.21 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY30, Tice NY220I1

Price: $30.00

Z2262     French 41st Regiment Cuff Button (Rev. War Period)

Description: Nice button with the turret shank. The detail is a little weak but easily readable. The Soissonnais Regiment was active around New York and Yorktown, Va.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 16.74 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Troiani/Kochan Pg. 270 F41E&F

Price: $120.00

Z2261     Two-Piece Convex Boston City Guards Coat Button

Description: Nice button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "*D.EVANS & CO.* / ATTLEBORO MASS" dm with inner ring of dots

Measures: 22.96 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS57, Tice MS232A2

Price: $125.00

Z2260     Two-Piece Convex Worcester City Guard Coat Button

Description: Excellent button with the Massachusetts arm surrounded by "CG" over "1840."

Backmark: "*R&W.ROBINSON* / EXTRA RICH" dm

Measures: 22.92 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS100, Tice MS284A1

Price: $150.00

Z2257     One-Piece Regiment of Riflemen Cuff Button

Description: Nice cuff button with a straight planchet and a bent shank.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.93 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's RF2

Price: $65.00

Z2256     One-Piece Twelfth U.S. Regiment of Infantry Cuff Button 1798-1802

Description: Scarcer number not often encountered. Missing the shank with a little edge loss. Legend and number are clear.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 15.66 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI28R12

Price: $95.00

Z2253     One-Piece New York Militia Coat Button

Description: Nicely gilted button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "*TREBLE.GILT* / STANDd COLOUR"

Measures: 21.96 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY10, Tice NY100A28

Price: $55.00

Z2252     One-Piece New York Militia Button (Pre-1830)

Description: Nice excavated example with the stand up shank intact and a clear backmark.

Backmark: "SUPERB IMPERIAL STANDARD*" dm

Measures: 22.12 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's NY10, Tice NY100A23

Price: $45.00

Z2251     Confederate Staff Officer's Button

Description: Nicely gilted button with the stand up shank.

Backmark: "S&K / RIVET'D & SOLDER'D" dm with a coat of arms.

Measures: 19.29 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's CS5, Tice CS205AM1

Price: $195.00

Z2250     Early One-Piece New York Militia Coat Button

Description: Nice button with gold gilt and the stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: Blank with overstruck TREBLE GILT dm

Measures: 23 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY9, Tice NY040D or E

Price: $175.00

Z2249     Two-Piece Low Convex General Service Eagle Button

Description: Nice button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "WATERBURY BUTTON CO. *" rmdc in mottled channel

Measures: 19.74 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI94A, Tice GEN215A44

Price: $20.00

Z2247     French Chasseur Uniform Coat Button

Description: Excellent button often dug in the camps of the 83rd Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers.

Backmark: "CORDIER FRERES / PARIS" rm

Measures: 23 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's PA48, Tice PA235A1

Price: $195.00

Z2244     Two-Piece Convex New Haven Grays Coat Button

Description:  Excellent button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: .*.W.B.Co..*. / WATERBURY" rmdc

Measures: 23.46 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's CT27, Tice CT265A1

Price: $375.00

Z2243     Two-Piece Convex New Hampshire Militia Cuff Button

Description: Excellent button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "*EXTRA* / QUALITY" dm

Measures: 14.64 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NH6, Tice NH200BS1

Price: $35.00

Z2242     Massachusetts "Ordnance" Buttons of 1778, 7th Regiment

Description: Decent excavated button with solid turret shank.

Backmark: Blank

Measures:

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Troiani/Kochan Pg. 223 AMO7.f.

Price: $225.00

Z2241     One-Piece New York Militia Coat Button

Description: Nice button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "+IMPERIAL+ / STANDARD" dm with six flourishes radiating from the shank

Measures: 22.59 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY10, Tice NY100A5

Price: $55.00

Z2240     Two-Piece Massachusetts Militia Coat Button (Post Civil War)

Description: Nice  button with a flat face and stand up shank.

Backmark: "*MACULLAR WILLIAMS & PARKER* / BOSTON" dm with an inner ring of dots.

Measures: 22.97 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS31

Price: $20.00

Z2239     Three-Piece Sons of Veterans Coat Button

Description: Nice Sons of Veterans button with the Goodwin patent backmark.

Backmark: "GOOWINS.PAT.JULY.27.1876*" dm

Measures: 22.83 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's VN20V

Price: $15.00

Z2238     Three-Piece Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.) Coat Button

Description: Nice Civil War veteran's button.

Backmark: "*********" dm with inner ring of slashes

Measures: 22.82 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $15.00

Z2233    Goodyear Hard Rubber Button with Lady Liberty

Description: Nice gutta-percha button with a clear backmark and stand up shank.

Backmark: "GOODYEAR'S P=T. 1851. / N*R.Co." rm

Measures: 17.66 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $20.00

Z2228     One-Piece Congressional Campaign of 1834 Coat Button

Description: Nicely gilted button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "E.PLURIBUS UNUM .*. / .+. H. MERITON" dm

Measures: 19.21 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's PC106A

Price: $65.00

Z2227     One-Piece New York Militia Coat Button

Description:  Nice button with plenty of gilt and the stand up shank is inact.

Backmark: ".+. RICH ORANGE Gilt

Measures: 21.82 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY10, Tice NY100A17

Price: $55.00

Z2226     Early One-Piece New York Militia Coat Button

Description: Nicely silvered button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: Blank overstruck over an old backmark

Measures: 23.09 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY9, Tice NY040D or E variant

Price: $150.00

Z2225     Two-Piece Convex Massachusetts Militia Coat Button (Post Civil War)

Description: Nice button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "SCOVILL MF'G CO. / WATERBURY" dm with inner ring of dots

Measures: 22.97 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS32B

Price: $20.00

Z2224     Two-Piece Low Convex General Service Eagle Button

Description: Nice eagle button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "*EXTRA* / QUALITY" dm

Measures: 19.39 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI94A, Tice GEN215A48

Price: $20.00

Z2222     One-Piece Low Convex New York Militia Coat Button

Description:  Nice variant by Lewis & Tomes with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "PLATED / L&T." rm between two rings of dots

Measures: 20.74 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY12, Tice NY110A4

Price: $85.00

Z2221     One-Piece Massachusetts Militia Coat Button

Description:  Nice button with silver plating and the stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: "LONDON / -EXTRA-QUALITY" rm

Measures: 24.81 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS19, Tice MS036A2

Price: $75.00

Z2220     One-Piece Massachusetts Militia Coat Button

Description: Nice button with the stand up shank intact. This one has the scarcer rmdc backmark.

Backmark: "***A.M.PEASLEY.*** / BOSTON" rmdc

Measures: 21.87 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS21, Tice MS100A Variant

Price: $195.00

Z2219     One-Piece Second Infantry Regiment Button

Description: Perfect button with a perfect shank intact. This one still has plating on the face and no edge loss. The photo of the front doesn't do this one justice. You would be hard-pressed to upgrade this excavated button.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 16.10 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI32R2

Price: $150.00

Z2215     One-Piece New York Militia Coat Button

Description: Nice button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "TREBLE STANDARD EXTRA RICH (dots) / (lined squares and dots)" dm

Measures: 22.18 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY10, Tice NY100A31

Price: $65.00

Z2214    One-Piece New York Militia Button (Pre-1830)

Description: Nice button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "SUPERB IMPERIAL STANDARD*" dm

Measures: 22.39 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY10, Tice NY100A23

Price: $55.00

Z2211     Two-Piece Low Convex New York State Militia Button

Description: Scarce two piece button with silver plating and intact shank.

Backmark: "WARRANTED / BEST PLATED" dm with outer ring

Measures: 20.66 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY14, Tice NY200A2

Price: $125.00

Z2209     Early One-Piece New York Militia Coat Button

Description: Nice silver New York button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 24.09 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY9, Tice NY040A1

Price: $175.00

Z2207     One-Piece New York Militia Coat Button

Description: Nice gilted button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: ".EXTRA RICH. / ORANGE" rmdc

Measures: 22.61 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY11, Tice NY105A1

Price: $85.00

Z2206     One-Piece New York Militia Coat Button

Description:  Nice button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "*IMPERIAL* / STANDARD" dm between two solid rings

Measures: 21.66 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY10, Tice NY100A Unlisted

Price: $55.00

Z2205     One-Piece New York Militia Coat Button

Description: Nice button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "TREBLE GILE / ORANGE / 6" dm with wreath

Measures: 22.13 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY10, Tice NY100A26

Price: $55.00

Z2204     One-Piece New York Militia Coat Button

Description: Nicely gilted button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "Lewis & Tomes. / EXTRA RICH." rmdc

Measures: 23.12 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY10, Tice NY100A9

Price: $55.00

Z2203     One-Piece New York State Militia Coat Button

Description: Nice silver plated example with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: ".WARRANTED. / DOUBLE PLATED" dm between two solid rings.

Measures: 22.47 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY10, Tice NY100A37

Price: $65.00

Z2202     One-Piece New York Militia Coat Button 1830's

Description: Nice button with a crisp backmark and stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "EXTRA RICH / .*.*.*. / T.B" rm

Measures: 22.76 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY11, Tice NY105A2

Price: $85.00

Z2201     Large One-Piece Colonial Decorative Button

Description: Nice button with silver highlights.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 38.27 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $35.00

Z2200     Large One-Piece Colonial Decorative Button

Description: Nicely decorated button with silver plating and rose gold plating.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 36.64 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $35.00

Z2199     One-Piece Convex First Regiment of Riflemen Button

Description:  Nice button with light verdigris around the edges. Great detail!

Backmark: "ARMITAGE / .PHILa." rm over Jackson's Victory

Measures: 16.40 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's RF6

Price: $145.00

Z2198     One-Piece New York Militia Button (Pre-1830)

Description: Nice button with scarcer backmark. Gilt is worn on chest and globe.

Backmark: "I.MOORE & Co / TREBLE GILT STANDARD COLr" rm with a group of plumes at top.

Measures: 23.28 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY10, TiceNY100A12

Price: $55.00

Z2197     One-Piece New York Militia Button (Pre-1830)

Description: Nicely gilted coat button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "E.T.MOORE / EXTRA RICH" rmdc

Measures: 23.23 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY10, Tice NY100A11

Price: $65.00

Z2196     Two-Piece Convex Revenue Marine / Revenue Cutter Service Button 1850's

Description:  Nice button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "R&W.ROBINSON / *EXTRA*" dm with two solid inner rings

Measures: 17.62 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference:  Albert's FD4, Tice RM209 Unlisted Size

Price: $140.00

Z2191    Model 1842 Combination Musket Tool

Description: Nice combination tool with plenty of finish left. This one has an inspector initial of "P" on the neck.

Measures: 3.613"

Price: $75.00

Z2189     US M1842 Combination Musket Tool Manufactured at the Harper's Ferry Armory

Description: Here is an original combination tool manufactured at the Harper's Ferry Armory. It is stamped "US" on one side of the neck and has an inspector mark of "S" on the other side. The arm still swivels freely and this one retains some of the original finish.

Measures: 3.603"

Price: $125.00

Y1091    US/CS .52 Sharps Tie-Ring Cartridge

Description: Scarce intact .52 Sharps carbine cartridge. This carbine was heavily used by both sides. This is a solid cartridge missing the tie string.

Measures:    OAL 1.651"

Price: $295.00

Y1092     .41 (75 Bore) Needle Gun Cartridge by Eley of London

Description: Here is an excellent example of a needle gun cartridge produced by Eley of London. This example has an dark blue sticker attached to the base.

Measures:   OAL 1.321"

Price: $40.00

Y1090     .31 Colt Pocket Revolver Cartridge

Description: Nice paper cartridge for the Colt "Pocket" revolver.

Measures:    OAL 1.013"

Price: $125.00 SOLD

Y1089     .36 Colt Navy by the Hazzard Powder Company

Description: Nice example with cracks as usual. the case has been lightly coated in Elmer's to prevent further cracking.

Measures:    OAL 1.204"

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 3 No. 837

Price: $125.00

Y1088     .44 Colt Army Cartridge by the Hazzard Powder Company

Description: Nice cartridge base has been glued and lightly coated with Elmer's to preserve it.

Measures:    OAL 1.288"

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 3 No. 832

Price: $125.00

Y1087     .44 Watervliet Arsenal Paper Cartridge

Description: Scarce variant that was produced at the Watervliet Arsenal.

Measures:    OAL 1.366"

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 3 No. 737

Price: $150.00 SOLD

Y1086     .42 Ballard Rimfire Cartridge by Crittenden & Tibbals

Description: Excellent example manufactured by Crittenden & Tibbals. Marked with white marker on the side.

Measures:    OAL 1.527"   CL .960"

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 2 No. 591-592

Price: $75.00

Y1085      .44 Allen Lipfire Cartridge by Allen & Wheelock for the Army Revolver

Description: Here is a very nice cartridge for the Army revolver by Allen & Wheelock.

Measures:    OAL 1.513"  CL .852"

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 3 No. 972

Price: 75.00

Y1081     .50/70 Frankford Arsenal Martin Primed Cartridge

Description: Excellent example

Measures:    OAL 2.171" CL 1.757"

Price: 65.00

Y1080     .58 Rimfire Cartridge

Description: Excellent cartridge for the early conversion rifled muskets.

Measures:    OAL 1.707"  CL 1.203"

Price: $125.00

Z2144     Early War Philadelphia Depot Canteen (Smoothside)

Description: Nice early war canteen with the small rolled lip spout that measures 7/8" in diameter. The cover is near perfect and the canteen retains it's original shape with only a few small dents that can felt. There is a marking on the cover that appears to read, "DEL / 6." The stitching is tight and the brown wool cover retains nice coloring.

Price: $350.00

Z2143     US Model 1896 Radial-Vent Cannon Primer

Description: Excellent example of a Spanish American War period radial-vent primer.

Measures: 2.5"

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $95.00

Z2142     Unopened Packet of 10 Paper Time Fuses (10 Seconds)

Description: Excellent packet of 10 (10 Second) paper time fuses with clear writing.

Measures: 2.25" x 2.25"

Reference: Jones Fuses Pg. 163

Price: $165.00

Y1079     Scarce .45/70 Carbine Cartridge with Raised "US CARBINE" Headstamp

Description: Scarce cartridge produced at the Frankford Arsenal between March 1874 and July of 1874.

Headstamp: Raised "US CARBINE"

Measures:    OAL 2.560" CL 2.106"

Reference: Frasca Pg. 239 Top B

Price: $250.00

Z2170     "Cartridge Manual: An Illustrated Digest" by W.A. Bartlett & D.B. Gallatin

Description: This is an excellent illustrated reference. I've personally had one for years because it's small and easy to use. This small digest contains an illustration of every cartridge patent issued in the U.S., England, and France prior to 1878. Each picture has the patent number and a brief description in the front of each section. This book is used and musty. We have two available in the same condition.

Measures: 7" x 9.75"

Price: $15.00 Each (One Copy Left)

Z2168     "The Cartridge Trader: October 1955-December 1960" Printed by the International Cartridge Collectors Association

Description: Nice softbound book that contains issues 1-62 from the International Cartridge Collectors Association. Nice used book containing a lot of information about a wide variety of cartridges. This one has a little foxing on the paper edge and is musty.

Measures: 8.5" x 11"

Price: $45.00

Y1095     .69 Buck n' Ball Paper Cartridge

Description: This one has some issues. There are a few holes here and there which are leaking a little powder. The tail end was unfolded at some point and the string is not original. This one is priced accordingly.

Measures:    OAL 2.5"

Price: $75.00

Z2195     Federal 3" Parrott Case-Shot Shell with Bormann Fuse

Description: Here is an excavated Bormann fused Parrott shell filled with case-shot. This one has a nice fuse punched around the three second mark. There is one issue with this shell and I think you can see from the pictures. From the middle to the top and about 2/3rds around the top is filled with something and covered over. I'm not sure why or what is going on behind it but it's mentioned for exactness. A magnet does stick all around the nose section. It may have been rough when dug and filled in. Verbal provenance on this shell is South Mountain Maryland.

Measures: 2.9" x 8.25"

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Dickey & George, Field Artillery, (1993 Edition), Pg. 217

Price: $495.00

Z2145     Original Wood Time Fuse Adapter for Spherical Shells

Description: Nice original wooden time fuse adapter. Based on the size, this would be for a large spherical shell.

Measures: Length 1.283" Top Diameter 1.060" Bottom Diameter .895"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Reference: Jones Fuses Pg. 3

Price: $35.00

Z1983     Confederate Copper Time Fuse Adapter for Rifled Projectiles

Description:  Nice example with a larger head diameter

Measures: OAL 1.890" Head Diameter: 1.459"

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Jones Fuses Pg. 40-41

Price: $65.00

Z2194     One-Piece Militia Cuff or Vest Button

Description:  Nice button with a crisp backmark. Very hard to find in this size.

Backmark: "RICH QUALITY / LONDON / ********" dm

Measures: 15.57 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI61V

Price: $110.00

Z2193     One-Piece Militia Forage Cap Button

Description: Nice button with clear detail. This one was stamped slightly off center.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.34 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's Unlisted, Tice GM206AS1

Price: $65.00

Z2192     One-Piece Massachusetts Artillery Militia Coat Button (1800-1825)

Description: Excellent gilted button with the stand up shank intact and clear backmark.

Backmark: "TREBLE GILT / BOSTON" rm

Measures: 25.81 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS18A1

Price: $595.00

Z2188     One-Piece Pewter Convex Infantry Coat Button (1820's)

Description: Early pewter Infantry coat button with the shank intact. Scarce with a readable backmark.

Backmark: "ARMITAGE PHIa" rm

Measures: 18.77 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI74A

Price: $195.00

Z2185     One-Piece Artillery Corps Coat Button 1814-1821

Description: Excellent dug button with clear detail, clear backmark, and the shank is attached.

Backmark: "RICHARD ROBINSON / ATTLEB." rm

Measures: 20.38 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's AY55C, Tice Unlisted

Price: $100.00

Z2184     One-Piece Pewter Sixth United States Infantry Regiment Cuff Button 1798-1802

Description: Nice cuff size version with a missing shank. There is very little edge loss, the letters are clear, the planchet pushed towards the top.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 15.10 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI28R6

Price: $85.00

Z2183     Two-Piece Convex Navy Coat Button

Description: Excellent dug button loaded with gilt and the stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: "YOUNG.SMTIH&CO / -NEWYORK-" dm between rings of dots.

Measures: 21.73 mm

Recovered: Uknown

Reference: Albert's NA106, Tice NA212AV

Price: $85.00

Z2182     One-Piece Early 19th Century Button with Floral Design

Description: Nice button with a pleasing patina that highlights the recessed gilted areas.

Backmark: "EXTRA RICH / SUPERFINE" dm with floral pattern

Measures: 22.53 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $15.00

Z2181     One-Piece First Regiment of Light Artillery Coat Button 1808-1821

Description: Nice example with clear detail and no shank.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 20.14 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's AY43BV, Tice Unlisted

Price: $75.00

Z2179     One-Piece "Cold Water Army" Cuff Button

Description: Nice early button from the Temperance Movement which was meant to reduce the consumption of alcohol in the United States.

Backmark: "ORANGE / * COLOUR *" rm with inner ring of dots

Measures: 14.34 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Unlisted?

Price: $175.00

Z2178     One-Piece Artillery Corps Cuff Button 1814-1821

Description: Nice excavated button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.33 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's 55AV, Tice Unlisted

Price: $40.00

Z2177     One-Piece Low-Convex New York Militia Coat Button 1815-1830

Description: Nice button with a chocolate patina and the stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 20.77 mm

Recovered: Non Exxcavated

Reference: Albert's NY12, Tice NY110A17

Price: $75.00

Z2176     One-Piece Convex Ancient and Honorable Artillery Coat Button

Description: Nice silver plated button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "A.M.P. / BOSTON" rm

Measures: 23.37 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS46V, MS042AV

Price: $350.00

Z2175     Large One-Piece Colonial Decorative Button

Description: Heavily silvered tombac style button with the copper shank intact. Excellent scroll work.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 30.65 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $15.00

Z2174     One-Piece Navy Coat Button

Description: Excellent button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "TREBLE GILT / * STANDd COLOUR*" dm between two solid rings.

Measures: 23.56 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NA66D, Tice Unlisted

Price: $175.00

Z2161     Two-Piece Convex Navy Vest Button

Description: Nice button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "SCOVILL.MFG.CO. .O." rmdc

Measures: 16.62 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NA112, Tice 227ASV

Price: $30.00

Z2159     One-Piece Second U.S. Regiment of Infantry Cuff Button 1798-1802

Description: Nice button with clear detail. The planchet is slightly wavy and the shank is bent over. No edge loss.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 15.35 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI28R2

Price: $75.00

Z2158     One-Piece General Service Infantry Coat Button 1820's

Description: Nice dug button with a clear backmark and detail.

Backmark: "*.*.*.UNITED / STATES*.*.*. rm

Measures: 19.86 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI70B, Tice GEN199B1

Price: $50.00

Z2156     Early Patriotic Button

Description: This is the large size with the stand up shank intact. The smaller size is said to have been used on Infantry cockades in the early 1800's.

Backmark: Starburst with an inner dotted ring.

Measures: 15.43 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's UU132V

Price: $75.00

Z2155     Two-Piece Gilted General Service Eagle Button

Description: Nice button with the stand up shank intact and gilt remaining around the eagle.

Backmark: "(dot)SCOVILL MFG CO(dot) / WATERBURY" rmdc.

Measures: 20.17 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI94A, Tice GEN215A30

Price: $25.00

Z2154     One-Piece New York Militia Coat Button

Description: Nicely gilted button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "**SUPERIOR**/PLATED" dm between solid rings

Measures: 22.40 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY10, Tice NY100A22

Price: $55.00

Z2153     One-Piece New York Militia Coat Button

Description: Excellent button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "SUPERB IMPERIAL STANDARD*" dm with an inner solid and dotted ring.

Measures: 22.41 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY10, Tice NY100A24

Price: $55.00

Z2152     One-Piece New York Militia Coat Button

Description: Very nice silver plated example with a scarce backmark.

Backmark: "*EXTRA PLATED. / M(dot)S. & I(dot)D." rmdc

Measures: 22.54 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY10V, Tice NY100Unlisted

Price: $95.00

Z2151     One-Piece Boston National Lancers Coat Button with Uniform Remnant

Description: Very nice button with a remnant of the original uniform still attached.

Backmark: "ROBINSONS / *EXTRA RICH*" rm

Measures: 21.89 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS73A, Tice MS258A1

Price: $95.00

Z2149     One-Piece Fourth U.S. Regiment of Infantry Coat Button 1798-1802

Description: Nice button with very little flaking. The planchet is slightly wavy and the shank is bent over.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 20.01 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI28R4

Price: $150.00

Z2148     Two-Piece Vermont Militia Cuff Button

Description: Excellent button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.39 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's VT9AV, Tice VT235UNCL5

Price: $35.00

Z2147   Three-Piece High Convex General Staff Coat Button

Description:  Excellent button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: W. G. MINTZER. / ('') PHILD. ('')" dm between two rings of dots

Measures: 22.04 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GS Unlisted, Tice ??

Price: $45.00

Z2146     Three-Piece Massachusetts Volunteer Militia Coat Button

Description: Nice button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "R & W. ROBINSON / (dot) (star) (dot) (star) (dot) MAKERS (dot) (star) (dot) (star) (dot) / ATTLEBOROUGH / (star) MASS. (star)" dm with solid ring

Measures: 21.96 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert MS35, Tice MS210D1

Price: $40.00

Z2140     Large One-Piece Octagonal Colonial Decorative Button

Description: Nice excavated example with the shank intact.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 33.16 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $15.00

Z2139     One-Piece Convex Militia Coat Button

Description: Nice early militia coat button. This one appears to have rose gilt.

Backmark: ".BEST QUALITY*. / LONDON" rm

Measures: 19.30 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI67A

Price: $45.00

Z2137     One-Piece Seventh U.S. Regiment of Infantry Coat Button 1798-1802

Description:  Nice early button. No flaking and the shank is intact. It appears this one was recovered from the water.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 19.90 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI28R7

Price: $125.00

Z2136     Two-Piece Massachusetts Independent Corps of Cadets Cuff Button

Description: Nice button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "D.EVANS & CO. / SUPERFINE" dm with inner ring of dots.

Measures: 15.06 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS62, Tice MS248AS3

Price: $25.00

Z2135     One-Piece Convex Providence Horse Guard Coat Button

Description: Excellent button. No upgrades needed!

Backmark: ".*.R&W.ROBINSON.*. / ATTLEBOROUGH / .*.*.*.EXTRA.*.*.*.RICH" rm

Measures: 22.17 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's RI27A, Tice RI233A1

Price: $250.00

Z2134     One-Piece Riflemen Coat Button

Description: Nice button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: ".IMPERIAL. / STANDARD" dm between solid lines

Measures: 21.64 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's RF27A, Tice RM184V

Price: $75.00

Z2133     Two-Piece Gilted General Service Eagle Button

Description:  Nicely gilted button with the stand up shank intact. This backmark was used during and after the war and is considered transitional.

Backmark: "D. EVANS & CO. / (star) ATTLEBORO MASS (star)" dm with inner ring of slashes

Measures: 23 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI94A, Tice GEN215A1

Price: $35.00

Z2132     U.S. Official Diplomatic Button with Applied Face

Description: Nice button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "SUPERFINE / EB / PARIS

Measures: 20.93 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's OD23V

Price: $225.00

Z2130     One-Piece Militia Coat Button

Description: Nice button with great detail and the stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: "*IMPERIAL* / STANDARD" rmdc

Measures: 22.39 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI61

Price: $65.00

Z2129     Confederate Script "I" Infantry Coat Button

Description: Perfect excavated button with a plum patina. The stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: "S. ISAACS CAMPBELL & CO. / (dot) LONDON (dot)/ 71. JERMYN. ST." dm with an outer ring of dots and inner solid ring

Measures: 22.52 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's CS177A, Tice CSI215A2

Price: $150.00

Z2128     National Home Disabled Soldiers & Veterans Coat Button

Description: Post war veteran button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "*NATIONAL HOME* / D.V.S." dm with an inner ring

Measures: 22.51 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's VN50V

Price: $15.00

Z2127     One-Piece Second Regiment of Riflemen Coat Button

Description: Nice dug button with a straight planchet and missing shank.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 20.08 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's RF7A1, Tice Unlisted

Price: $85.00

Z2126     Two-Piece Vermont Militia Coat Button

Description: Excellent button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "(dot) SCOVILL MF'G.CO. (dot) / WATERBURY." rmdc

Measures: 23.37 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's VT9A, Tice VT230A5

Price: $65.00

Z2125     Three-Piece Massachusetts Militia Coat Button

Description:  Nice button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "SCOVILL MF'G CO, / WATERBURY." dm between two lines of dots.

Measures: 22.26 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS35, Tice MS210B4

Price: $35.00

Z2124     Two-Piece Massachusetts Volunteer Militia Coat Button for Artillery (1865 Specifications)

Description: Nicely gilted button with the stand up shank intact. This style of button was made according to the December 1865 regulations. Non of these are excavated at Civil War sites and are post war buttons.

Backmark: "****TREBLE**** / GILT" dm with inner ring of dots.

Measures: 22.90 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS38, Tice MS300A2

Price: $85.00

Z2123     Two-Piece Low Convex Massachusetts Volunteer Militia Coat Button

Description: Nicely gilted coat button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "*R & W. ROBINSON* / EXTRA RICH" dm

Measures: 22.71 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS34A, Tice MS208A1

Price: $45.00

Z2122     One-Piece Artillery Coat Button

Description: Nice excavated button with some gilt highlights. The stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: "IMPERIAL / * ORANGE GILT *" dm

Measures: 23.38 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's AY51B, Tice Unlisted

Price: $75.00

Z2121     Two-Piece Vermont Militia Cuff Button

Description: Excellent button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "GODDARD & BRO.MFG.CO." dm

Measures: 14.43 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's VT9AV, Tice VT235BS1

Price: $40.00

Z2119     One-Piece Third U.S. Regiment of Infantry Cuff Button 1798-1802

Description: Nice cuff size button with very little flaking or loss. The planchet is slightly wavy and the shank is bent over.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 15.36 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI28R3BV

Price: $95.00

Z2118     Goodyear Hard Rubber U.S. Sharpshooter's Coat Button

Description: Excellent hard rubber button. These buttons were used by Berdan's Sharpshooter's.

Backmark: "N (dot) R (dot) Co. / GOODYEAR'S P=T.1851." rm

Measures: 20.07 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI95A, Tice SS215A1

Price: $325.00

Z2116     One-Piece Regiment of Artillery Coat Button

Description: Excellent button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "TREBLE / (graphic) GILT (graphic)" rm with two branches tied with ribbon

Measures: 22.36 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's AY46B, Tice Unlisted

Price: $225.00

Z2115     Two-Piece Massachusetts Volunteer Militia Cuff Button

Description: Decent button with a loose back and bent shank.

Backmark: "EXTRA / (graphic) QUALITY (graphic)" dm

Measures: 14.69 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS37, Tice MS212DS1

Price: $25.00

Z2114     Three-Piece Massachusetts Volunteer Militia Coat Button

Description: Excellent button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "TREBLE / GILT" dm with small floral sprig

Measures: 21.92 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS35V, Tice MS210E8

Price: $45.00

Z2113     New Hampshire State Seal Coat Button

Description: Nice button with a blank back. The stand up shank is intact although slightly bent.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 22.44 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NH6, Tice NH200A7

Price: $65.00

Z2112     One-Piece Convex Artillery Coat Button

Description: Excellent and rare Artillery coat button with the stand up shank intact. The face appears to be gilted and crimped over the edge.

Backmark: Eight alternating dots and quatrefoils between two rings of dots, rm

Measures: 22.37 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's AY69, Tice AM221A1

Price: $395.00

Z2111     One-Piece Regiment of Artillery Coat Button

Description: Nicely gilted button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "SUPERFINE / (star) COLOUR (star) rm

Measures: 22.19 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's AY60V, Tice Unlisted

Price: $95.00

Z2110     Two-Piece Vermont Militia Cuff Button

Description: Excellent button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "SCOVILL. / MFG. CO." dm

Measures: 14.71 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's VT9AV, Tice VT235ASV

Price: $35.00

Z2109     Three-Piece Connecticut National Guard Cuff Button

Description: Nice example with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "SCOVILL MF'G, CO. / WATERBURY" dm with ring of dots around shank.

Measures: 14.89 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's CT20, Tice CT210AS1

Price: $25.00

Z2108     One-Piece Massachusetts Artillery Militia Coat Button (1800-1825)

Description: Nice button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: Blank with single ring of dots

Measures: 24.09 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS18V, Tice MS034AV

Price: $575.00

Z2107     One-Piece Massachusetts Militia Coat Button

Description:  Nice silver plated example with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "WARRANTED (two branches tied with ribbon) / TREBLE / PLATED" dm with two rings between the inscription levels.

Measures: 22.70 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS27, Tice MS110A2

Price: $65.00

Z2106     One-Piece Massachusetts Militia Coat Button

Description: Nice button with gilt in the recesses. This one has the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "WARRANTED (two branches tied with ribbon) / TREBLE / PLATED" dm with two rings between the inscription levels.

Measures: 24.73 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS19, Tice MS036A8

Price: $80.00

Z2105     Three-Piece Massachusetts Volunteer Militia Coat Button

Description: Pristine excavated example. You will not be able to top this dug example!

Backmark: "(star) EXTRA (star) / QUALITY." dm extra large letters between two solid rings

Measures: 22.37 mm

Recovered: Unkown

Reference: Albert's MS35, Tice MS210A7

Price: $95.00

Z2104     Two-Piece Massachusetts Volunteer Militia Coat Button for Infantry (1865 Specifications)

Description: Nicely gilted button with the stand up shank intact. This style of button was made according to the December 1865 regulations. Non of these are excavated at Civil War sites and are post war buttons.

Backmark: "*D. EVANS & CO.* / ATTLEBORO MASS" dm with an inner ring of hyphens

Measures: 23.07 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS40, Tice MS302A1

Price: $65.00

Z2103     One-Piece Massachusetts Militia Coat Button

Description:  Superb button with gilt and the stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: "INDEPENDENT CADETS" rm on a swallow-tailed ribbon with laurel branches between ends

Measures: 21.74 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS26, Tice MS200A1

Price: $95.00

Z2102     One-Piece Massachusetts Militia Button

Description: Excellent button with exceptional die work, plenty of gilt, and a stand up shank!

Backmark: Two solid raised rings

Measures: 22.24 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS22, Tice MS102V

Price: $175.00

Z2101     One-Piece Massachusetts Militia Coat Button

Description:  Nice button with plenty of gilt and the stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: "RICH QUALITY / (dot) LONDON (dot)" dm between two solid rings

Measures: 24.42 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS19, Tice MS036V

Price: $95.00

Z2100     Three-Piece Connecticut National Guard Coat Button

Description: Nice example with an intact shank.

Backmark: "SCOVILL MF'G Co, / WATERBURY." dm between rows of dots.

Measures: 22.19 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's CT20, Tice CT210A1

Price: $25.00

Z2099     Federal General Service Eagle Button

Description:  Nice button with a crisp backmark and stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "WM. LANG. / BOSTON. MASS" dm

Measures: 19.47 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI94A, Tice GEN215A20

Price: $40.00

Z2098     One-Piece Artillery Coat Button 1808-1821

Description: Nice excavated button with gilt highlights. This example is missing the shank.

Backmark:  "EXTRA TREBLE GILT / T(dot)P"

Measures: 22.94 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's AY52V, Tice Unlisted

Price: $40.00

Z2094     One-Piece Convex Ancient and Honorable Artillery Coat Button

Description: Nice silvered example with quality detail and a stand up shank intact.

Backmark: Blank with solid ring.

Measures: 24.88 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS46A, Tice MS042A1

Price: $350.00

Z2093     Three-Piece Massachusetts Volunteer Militia Coat Button

Description:  Excellent button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "STEELE * / . & . JOHNSON." rmdc with stippled channel

Measures: 23.23 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS36, Tice MS210G1

Price: $45.00

Z2092     One-Piece Silvered Massachusetts Militia Coat Button

Description: Very nice button with silver plating. The stand up shank is intact!

Backmark: "SILVER'D SURFACE / (dot) WARRANTED (dot) dm

Measures: 22.15 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS27V, Tice MS110UNCL.3

Price: $65.00

Z2091     One-Piece Boston National Lancers Coat Button

Description: Nice button with the stand up shank intact. Tice states that the National Lancers, Co. A, 1st Battalion Light Dragoons were organized in 1837.

Backmark: "ROBINSONS / *EXTRA RICH*" rm

Measures: 21.92 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS73A, Tice MS258A1

Price: $65.00

Z2090     One-Piece Artillery Corps Coat Button

Description: Very nice gilted artillery corps button. This one has the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "ROBINSONS, JONES & CO / (dot) ATTLEBORO (dot) / EXTRA / (dot) (star) (dot) (star) (dot) (star) (dot) EXTRA (dot) (star) (dot) (star) (dot) (star) (dot)" rm

Measures: 22 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's AY57V, Tice Unlisted

Price: $80.00

Z2088     Two-Piece Artillery Corps Coat Button

Description: Nice button with plenty of gilt. The stand up shank is intact, although slightly bent.

Backmark: "KENDRICK & CO / *SUPERFINE*" dm

Measures: 21.25 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's AY58A, Tice Unlisted

Price: $75.00

Z2087     Two-Piece Artillery Corps Coat Button

Description: Excellent button with the stand up shank intact!

Backmark: "SCOVILLS & CO /(leaf) WATERBURY (leaf)" rmdc

Measures: 21.59 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Reference: Albert's AY58B, Tice Unlisted

Price: $75.00

Z2084     Rev. War Second Connecticut Regiment Officer's Coat Button

Description:  Excellent button with a face constructed of silvered repousse sheet pewter and a wooden back with catgut cords. The face has the "Dolphin" motif surrounding an Arabic "2."

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 25.73 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Troiani/Kochan A2CRA

Price: $2,950.00

Z2083     One-Piece Cast Pewter Infantry Cuff Button (1812-1815)

Description: Here is an exceptionally nice pewter button without any flaking. The face is in great shape with a unusual die pattern variation. The stand up shank is intact. You would be hard pressed to upgrade this excavated example!

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.25 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI36V

Price: $95.00

Z2082     One-Piece Regiment of Riflemen Coat Button

Description: Excellent dug button with the foliate script lettering. This one has a straight planchet and the shank is intact although slightly bent.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 20.16 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's RF2

Price: $125.00

Z2080     Early One-Piece Marine Corps Coat Button (1830's)

Description: Early Marine corps button with the stand up shank intact. The shank is slightly bent.

Backmark: "************" rm between two solid rings (two additional stars near the shank)

Measures: 20.70 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MC5B, Tice MC206V

Price: $450.00

Z2079     War of 1812 Infantry Officer's Coat Button (Propatria)

Description: Excellent button with gold gilt highlighting the detail. This one has the "Peasley" backmark stamped over a previous backmark. The stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: "AM PEASLEY / BOSTON (dot)" rm overstamped.

Measures: 23.79 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI51J

Price: $495.00

Z2078     New Hampshire State Seal Coat Button

Description: Excellent button with crisp detail and stand up shank intact.

Backmark:  "SCOVILL MF'G. CO. / (dot) WATERBURY. (dot)" rmdc

Measures: 22.89 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NH6, Tice NH200A2

Price: $75.00

Z2077     Federal Hard Rubber United States Navy Button

Description: Very nice example of hard rubber Navy button. This example is slightly concave in design and has a variant backmark with the stars.

Backmark: "NOVELTY RUBBER CO. / *NEW YORK.* / GOODYEAR'S PATENT. / 1849-1851."

Measures: 34.93 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NA137, Tice NA244V

Price: $95.00

Z2076     One-Piece Convex Massachusetts Militia Cuff Button

Description: Scarce die pattern in excellent shape with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "**************" rm between two solid rings.

Measures: 12.94 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS33VUnlisted, Tice MS204BS1

Price: $95.00

Z2075     One-Piece Vermont Militia Coat Button

Description: Nicely gilted button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: ".R&W.ROBINSON.ATTLEBOROUGH / .*.*.* EXTRA / .*.*.* RICH" rm with three solid rings

Measures: 21.65 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's VT5A, Tice VT205A1

Price: $325.00

Z1920    National Lancers Czapka Style Shako Helmet 1900-1965

Description: Here is an early 20th Century Shako Helmet worn by the National Lancers of Boston, Massachusetts. This style of hat was was copied after the Polish czapka which was used by the Prussians, Polish, Austrians, etc. The top of the hat has a diamond shape leather cover with corner plates and bullion trim. Underneath the top is a red wool felt cover trimmed in bullion that attaches to a blue wool felt body. The base of this is trimmed with leather with a leather/wool interior. The front of the helmet is adorned with a large brass sunburst plate. The brim of this helmet is tarred leather with a brass rim that is detached in one area. This one still has the original bullion braid which is partially stitched around the back of the helmet. Both shako buttons are affixed and the brass chinstrap is intact. Please take notice of the little interior leather holder affixed to the top. At one time, this would have held a waterproof cover for the helmet. This is missing on this example. There is a hole in the top leather piece but all of the ones that I have found have this. Perhaps it was for ventilation but who knows. This helmet measures approximately 10 in width on the top and approximately 10" in height.

Price: $695.00

Z2067     "The Rimfire Cartridge in the United States and Canada 1857-1984" by John L. Barber

Description:  Excellent reference book on rimfire cartridges with a variety of headstamps and timeframes. This is my main reference work for early rimfires. This one is used and a little musty with light foxing on the trimmed paper edge.

Price: $195.00

Z2064     "The History and Development of Small Arms Ammunition" Vol. 1 by George A. Hoyem 1981 Edition Signed by Author

Description: Excellent resource on early paper and metallic cartridges. Used with foxing and little musty.

Price: $25.00

Y1075     .50 Gallager Carbine Cartridge (Poultney's Patent #40,988 / December 15, 1863 / Paper & Foil)

Description: Nice cartridge still retaining it's shape. The projectile in these cartridges is a .50 Smith pattern for use in the Gallager carbine.

Measures:    OAL 2.082"

Reference: TT#74B

Price: $65.00

Y1072     .50 Smith Carbine Cartridge (Vulcanized India-Rubber / Patent# 17,702 / June 30, 1857)

Description: Here is an excellent example of a .50 rubber Smith Carbine cartridge. This employs a bullet with two raised bands and the cartridge is slightly swollen around the bottom band due to shrinkage.

Measures:    CL 1.578"  OAL 2.157"

Reference: TT#72

Price: $350.00

Y1067     .50 Smith Carbine Cartridge (Poultney's Patent #40,988 / December 15, 1863 / Paper & Foil)

Description: Excellent cartridge for the .50 Smith carbine. This style has a brass foil cartridge covered in paper and the folded flaps on the bottom. This one has been lightly lacquered.

Measures:    OAL 1.819"

Reference: TT#74A

Price: $125.00

Y1066     .50 Smith Carbine Cartridge (Poultney's Patent #40,988 / December 15, 1863 / Paper & Foil)

Description: Excellent cartridge for the .50 Smith carbine. This style has a brass foil cartridge covered in paper.

Measures:    OAL 1.778"

Reference: TT#74A

Price: $125.00

Y1068     Patented .54 Hunt and Jennings Self Propelled "Rocket Ball" Cartridge (Patent#5,701 / August 10, 1848)

Description: Here is a minty and hard to find cartridge. Normally the bases on these are swollen. As you can see, this one is excellent condition. This cartridge was patented by Walter Hunt in 1848. The powder is encapsulated behind the cork on the base.  This variant doesn't have the patent date on the side and there are a few different length varieties that were produced.

Measures:    D .557"  L .972"

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 3 No. 1045/1046

Price: $395.00

Y1077     .36 Sharps "Mule Ear" Cartridge

Description: Here is an exquisitely made cartridge. These Sharps cartridges were for use with the Sharps pistol or pistol rifle. Each one is individually crafted and could be reloaded. The ear is soldered onto the base and bent over and resoldered. This particular one came out of a cased set many years ago.

Measures:    OAL 1.500"   CL 1.067" Case Diameter .404"

Bullet Diameter at Mouth: .380

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 3 No 1012-1014

Price: $750.00

Y1074     .58 Tinned Morse Cartridge (Type1)

Description: Here is a very nice type 1 Morse cartridge. These are thought to have been manufactured at the Frankford Arsenal starting in 1860. This one still has the rubber gasket in the base. As you can see, this example still has the majority of the tin plating.

Measures:    OAL 2.243"  CL 1.513"

Reference: Hoyem Vol. II pg. 16

Price: $875.00

Y1073     .54 Tinned Morse Cartridge (Type 1)

Description: Here is another rare Morse cartridge. This is a cast bronze case that has been plated. This is the .54 style with the rubber gasket firmly holding the percussion cap on.

Measures:    OAL 1.911"  CL 1.435"

Reference: Hoyem Vol. II pg. 16

Price: $795.00

Z2059     "30-06 We Have Seen" (List Sent in by Members) (Soft cover by Gerald F. Marcello)

Description: This is a privately published softback book containing a large list (43 Pages) of 30-06 headstamps that were found via members of the International Ammunition Association. There is a much later hardback book out there on the market but this is an early work. Condition is used and a little musty.

Price: $15.00

Z2058     "Cartridge Headstamp Guide" by Henry P. White and Burton D. Munhall, Revised by R.T. Huntington and D.R. Dunn (Harback 1977)

Description: Used book containing 261 pages of headstamp information and marking from around the globe. This book has a little foxing and is musty. 

Price: $30.00

Z2057     African Rifles and Cartridges by John Taylor

Description: This book contains 431 pages of information on large bore rifles and cartridges. This book is in used condition with foxing and is a little musty.

Price: $30.00

Z2060     "The Price of Liberty: The Public Debt of the American Revolution" by William G. Anderson 1983

Description: Excellent resource providing the history of the National Debt from 1775-1787. This book also covers state debts and how the debt was funded. This is an excellent reference work on early American Debt and Debt Certificates. Part two has an illustrated and annotated listing of all debt certificates known to be issued.

Price: $160.00

Z2051     M.V.M. Massachusetts Volunteer Militia Expert Marksmanship Medal by the Hayes Bros. Co. 1909-1912

Description: Here is  a highly gilted marksmanship medal manufactured by the Hayes Bros. Co. for the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. This expert medal still retains the bars from 1909-1912 which is quite uncommon.

Backmark: The Hayes Bros. Co.

Measures: 3.25" x 2"

Price: $75.00

Z2050     23rd Annual Encampment of Sons of Veterans Delegate Badge Boston 1904

Description: Nice badge manufactured by J.K. Davison of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This delegate badge has a double metal with a yellow ribbon. This one is in great shape!

Backmark: "J.K.DAVISON / PHILA."

Measures: 1.5" x 3.25"

Price: $50.00

Z2049     WWI 28th PNG Pennsylvania Guard Victory Medal and Ribbons in Original Box

Description: Nice original medal still wrapped up and in N.O.S. condition. This one still contains the original medal, ribbons, box, envelope, and wrapping paper.

Box Measures Approximately 2" x 4"

Price: $20.00

Z2032     G.A.R. Grand Army of the Republic Souvenir from the 38th National Encampment in Boston (August 15, 1904)

Description: Nice souvenir from the 38th National G.A.R. Encampment in Boston Massachusetts in 1904.

Backmark: Schwaabs & Co, Milwaukee

Measures: 2.25" x 1.63"

Price: $35.00

Z2031     G.A.R. Grand Army of the Republic Souvenir from the 38th National Encampment in Boston (August 15, 1904)

Description: Nice souvenir from the 38th National Encampment in Boston, Massachusetts. This example has a working pin on the back for the attachment device. There is a small white metal "star" device attached to the face.

Backmark: Schwaabs & Co, Milwaukee

Measures: 2.5" x 1.25"

Price: $85.00

Z2019     Indian War Era Militia Waist Belt Plate (F) Circa 1875

Description: Here is militia style waist belt plate with a silver-nickel "F" attached to the face. This style is pictured in the buckle book listed below. This particular example has wider tongue and a single attachment hole on the top and bottom for the letter.

Measures: 55mm x 73mm

Reference: O'Donnell & Campbell Plate No. 824 variant

Price: $95.00

Z2071     Confederate 12lb. Sideloader with Lead Plug

Description: Here is a decent Confederate 12lb. sideloader shell with the lead plug. This one exhibits moderate pitting throughout. There is one area on the side that has a moderate to deep pitted area that has been stabilized.

Measures: 4.52"

Recovered: Virginia

Price: $350.00

Z2068     Model 1861 .58 Cartridge Box by L.S. Baker of New York with an SNY Boxplate

Description: Here is a Model 1861 cartridge box with an original SNY boxplate. This particular box was made by L.S Baker of New York. The leather is still pliable and there is light crazing throughout. The interior tool pouch flap has the most crazing as can be seen in the photos. One of the jappaned tin roller buckles is detached but it is still on the inside of the box. Both tins are original to the cartridge box and are slightly rusted. O'Donnell & Campbell state that this particular die pattern SNY boxplate is of the type purchased by the State of New York during 1864-1865 and "issued almost entirely to the local militia after the government ordered New York to stop outfitting its volunteers for Federal Service." I have included pictures of the buckle at the bottom of the item page.

Measures: 7.25" x 1.75" x 5.5"

Plate measures: 54 mm x 86 mm

Plate Reference: O'Donnell & Campbell Plate 550

Price: $895.00

Z2037     Confederate 12lb. Sideloader with Iron Plug

Description: Nice shell that has been cleaned and coated. There is still remnants of the paper time fuse inside of the fuse adaptor. This example has the rarer iron sideloader plug. Interestingly this is a spherical shell and not case-shot based on the weight.

Measures: 4.52"

Recovered: Richmond Area

Reference: Dickey & George, Field Artillery, (1993 Edition), Pg. 42

Price: $395.00

Z2070     Model 1864 Type II, Pattern of 1864 Cartridge Box for .58 Elongated Ball Cartridges

Description: Here is a decent and lightly used or non issued cartridge box. The outer cover has a crisp US stamp on the middle of the face. The inner lid has very little crazing and is marked with the sub inspector mark of E. Sniffen and an R. Nece Philadelphia stamp. As you can see, this cartridge box has tight stitching, and very little crazing throughout. There is an old inventory number written on the inside of the exterior flap.

Measures: 7.25" x 1.75" x 5.5"

Price: $450.00

Z2043     Maine State Seal Coat Button

Description: Decent button with a push to the face and a slight push to the back.

Backmark: "STEELE & JOHNSON ***" rmdc

Measures: 22.05 mm

Reference: Albert's ME1, Tice ME200.C.1.

Price: $50.00

Z2042     Maryland State Seal Coat Button

Description: Nice Maryland state seal coat button with the extra quality backmark and floral pattern.

Backmark: "EXTRA / (floral graphic) QUALITY (floral graphic)" dm, between two rings of elongated shaped dots

Measures: 22.25 mm

Reference: Albert's MD 11, Tice MD200.B.3.

Price: $250.00

Z2041     Confederate South Carolina State Seal Coat Button

Description: Nicely gilted button with silver gilt on the back. These were manufactured by Steele & Johnson around 1860.

Backmark: "W.G.MINTZER. /PHILd..) dm with an inner rings of dots and a solid outer ring.

Measures: 22.29 mm

Reference: Albert's SC11, Tice SC244.A.3

Price: $195.00

Z2040     Federal Eagle "C" Cavalry Coat Button

Description: Excavated Cavalry coat button. This one is missing the shank and there is a small hole on the back.

Backmark: "*GODDARD & BRO* EXTRA" dm

Measures: 20.52 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's CV1, Tice CV215.A.11

Price: $55.00

Z2039     Empty Envelope Addressed to D.C. Sage of Middletown, Connecticut

Description: White envelope with a war time 3 cent stamp. This one was sent from New York in August of 1863 to D.C. Sage. DeWitt Clinton Sage was the owner of D.C. Sage & Company and D.C. Sage Ammunition Works

Measures:  3" x 5.5"

Price: $20.00

Z2038     Empty Envelope Addressed to D.C. Sage of Middletown, Connecticut

Description: Yellow envelope with a war time 3 cent stamp. This one was sent from New York in June of 1863 to D.C. Sage. DeWitt Clinton Sage was the owner of D.C. Sage & Company and D.C. Sage Ammunition Works

Measures: 3" x 5.5"

Price: $20.00

Y1058     Frankford Arsenal Internally Primed .50/70 Cartridge

Description: Nice Benet primed cartridge for the .50/70 Rifled Musket.

Measures:    OAL 2.261"  CL 1.768"

Price: $50.00

Y1056     Frankford Arsenal Internally Primed .50/70 Cartridge

Description: Nice Benet primed cartridge for the .50/70 Rifled Musket.

Measures:    OAL 2.283"  CL  1.767"

Price: $45.00

Y1055     .56/52 Spencer Carbine Cartridge by Ethan Allen

Description: Scarce .56/52 cartridge produced by Ethan Allen. This variant has machined grooves.

Measures:    OAL 1.655"  CL .951"

Price: $65.00

Y1054     .56/52 Spencer Carbine Cartridge by Ethan Allen

Description: Scarce .56/52 cartridge produced by Ethan Allen. This variant has machined grooves.

Measures:    OAL 1.644"  CL .949"

Price: $65.00

Y1053     Full Box of 10 .56/50 Spencer Carbine Blank Rounds (Frankford Arsenal 1870)

Description: Nice complete box with the original label and pull string.

Measures: 3" x 1 1/8" x 1"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $75.00

Y1052     .45 Cylindrical Whitworth Bullet

Description: Nice dropped Whitworth bullet. This one has a very slight push near the bottom edge in one spot.

Measures:    D .447  L 1.403  C .261

Cavity: Conical

Reference: TT#65

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $225.00

Y1050     Excavated .44 Henry Rifle Cartridge (Headstamped "H")

Description: This cartridge is in excavated condition. It does have the "H" headstamp which was originally the headstamp of the New Haven Arms Company. This one has a hairline crack but is stable.

Measures:    OAL 1.340"  CL .822"

Reference: TT#60

Recovered: Goldsboro, North Carolina

Price: $35.00

Y1049     .56/46 for Spencer Sporting Rifle and Light Carbine Headstamped "C.D.L" Impressed (Charles D. Leet/RFP 1860-1866)

Description: Nice cartridge with a short neck.

Measures:    OAL 1.631"  CL .939"

Reference: Barber Pg. 5

Price: $85.00

Y1048     .56/46 for Spencer Sporting Rifle and Light Carbine Headstamped "F.V.V&CO." Impressed (Fitch Van Vechten / RFP 1864-1865)

Description: Nice cartridge by a scarce maker.

Measures:    OAL 1.615" CL .933"

Reference: Barber Pg. 28

Price: $85.00

Y1047     .69 Mexican Rifle Musket Cartridge, .69 French Triangle Cavity Cartridge

Description: Here is a very scarce cartridge and is the actual example photographed in Hoyem's reference book. This is a French .69 triangle cavity bullet wrapped in a gray-green paper. These were originally thought to be Mexican musket cartridges but are indeed French. France was involved with Mexico during the 1860's so it is no surprise to find the bullets throughout Southern Civil War sites.

Measures:    OAL 2.419"  D .710

Reference: Hoyem Vol. 1 Pg. 36 (Actual Example Photographed)

Price: $750.00

Y1045     St. Louis Arsenal Packet of 6 .36 Colt Navy Cartridges

Description: Here is a very scarce packet containing 6 .36 Colt Navy cartridges. This small packet was produced at the St. Louis Arsenal and is in great shape. You will see hundreds of Colt packets before you see another one of these. I have included a picture of what the cartridges look like as well as the bullet on the bottom of the item's page.

Measures:   1.866" x 1.155" x .808"

Reference: Percussion Ammunition Packets by Malloy, Thomas, and White Pg. 70

Price: $695.00

Z2052     Excavated Infantry Bugle Insignia, Regulation 1858

Description: Here is a complete excavated Infantry bugle. This one still retains one of the loops on the reverse although one side of the loop has detached from the solder. This one was recovered by Ron Stonelake and the back is marked A-372-WID-SNY-R.R.

Measures: 2" x 3.5"

Recovered: Antietam (I can't decipher the code)

Price: $165.00

Y1029     Sectioned U.M.C. SH .45-70 Multi-Ball Cartridge by the Union Metallic Cartridge Company

Description: Excellent sectioned "SH" solid head multi-ball cartridge by UMC. The casing is perfectly sectioned with three balls remaining. There is one exterior crimp around the cartridge.

Measures:    OAL 2.312"  CL 2.104"

Price: $30.00

Y1032     W.R.A.Co. .50-110 Express Cartridge with Copper Tube Marked "X" Manufactured by Winchester

Description: Nice cartridge produced by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. This one is for the .50-100 Express and still has the copper tube in the nose marked "X".

Measures:    OAL 2.790"  CL  2.417"

Price: $45.00

Y1037     .35-30 Maynard Carbine Cartridge with Brass Rivet

Description: Nice cartridge for your .35 Maynard Carbine. This version has the lightly soldered disc affixed to the base with a rivet. There is a crack on one side of the casing.

Measures:    OAL 2.131"  CL 1.545"

Price: $65.00

Y1036     .35-30 Maynard Carbine Cartridge with Brass Rivet

Description: Nice cartridge for your .35 Maynard Carbine. This version has the lightly soldered disc affixed to the base with a rivet.

Measures:    OAL 2.123"  CL 1.557"

Price: $125.00

Y896     7mm Gourdin Sarbacane Cartridge "Disc Primed"

Description: Nice example of a rarely offered cartridge. These were used in the early cane guns and were patented in France. The Sarbacane is a walking stick and a blow gun. One would blow on one end sliding the pin forward igniting the cartridge. This particular style of cartridge has the early disc primer on the base.

Measures:    OAL .894"

Price: $195.00

Z2033     Virginia State Seal Coat Button

Description:  Very nice Virginia state seal coat button with the stand up shank intact. This one has an early rmdc backmark.

Backmark: "SCOVILL. MFG. CO. / (star) WATERBURY. (star)" rmdc

Measures: 22.44 mm

Reference: Albert's VA13, Tice VA222A7 variant

Price: $225.00

Y1028     .52 Sharps Linen Cartridge for the Sharps Carbine

Description: Sharps linen cartridge for the .52 Sharps Carbine. The base is broken out of this example and the powder has been emptied out. The linen tube is filled with cotton to retain the shape.

Measures:    OAL 2.031"

Reference: TT#113A

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $50.00

Y874     7mm Sarbacane "Ball" Cartridge with Inverted Primer

Description: Nice example of a rarely offered cartridge. These were used in the early cane guns and were patented in France in the mid 1870's. The Sarbacane is a walking stick and a blow gun. One would blow on one end sliding the pin forward igniting the cartridge.

Measures:    OAL 1.079"

Reference: Logan Pg. 43

Price: $85.00

Y890   7mm Sarbacane "Shot" Cartridge with Inverted Primer

Description: Nice example of a rarely offered cartridge. These were used in the early cane guns and were patented in France in the mid 1870's. The Sarbacane is a walking stick and a blow gun. One would blow on one end sliding the pin forward igniting the cartridge.

Measures:    OAL 1.157"

Reference: Logan Pg. 43

Price: $85.00

Z2030     Confederate Army Officer's Button

Description: Very attractive button with gilt, clear backmark, and a stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "EXTRA RICH / (dot) TREBLE GILT (dot)" dm outer ring of dots with an inner solid ring

Measures: 24.22 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's CS5A3, Tice CS205A5

Price: $225.00

Z2029     Confederate Army General Service button, "CSA" Button

Description: Nice non excavated Confederate general service button. The stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: "SUPERIOR QUALITY / (dot)" dm, outer ring of dots, inner solid ring

Measures: 22.78 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's CS81A1, TiceCSG203A3.

Price: $195.00

Z2027     Excavated Civil War Tourniquet with Iron Teeth Marked Tiemann

Description: Here is a very nice excavated tourniquet with iron teeth. The middle bar and teeth have rusted away leaving only the frame. This particular example is marked Tiemann on one side. On the other side there is an old accession number. This is one of many items from a small Fredericksburg collection that were liquidated at the Fredericksburg show this year.

Measures: 1.162" x 1.428"

Recovered: Virginia

Price: $95.00

Z2016     G.A.R. Grand Army of the Republic Souvenir from the 38th National Encampment in Boston (August 15, 1904)

Description: Here is a gilted brass souvenir from the 38th National G.A.R. encampment that was held in Boston on August 15, 1904. This souvenir was manufactured by Schwabb S&S Co. out of Milwaukee. This one still has the US flag emblem glued to the face. 

Measures: 1.5" x 2.25"

Price: $30.00

Z2015      Early Patriotic Button

Description: Nice early patriotic button with gilt in all of the right places. This style has "United States of America" across the top. There is a small ribbon over the eagle which reads "E Pluribus Unum."

Backmark: "DOUBLE / GILT" dm

Measures: 13.22 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's UU 132 Variant

Price: $50.00

Z2014     Early Patriotic Button

Description: Nice early patriotic button with gilt in all of the right places. This style has "United States of America" across the top. There is a small ribbon over the eagle which reads "E Pluribus Unum." It appears this is the example with the missing E in E Pluribus. The shanks is slightly tweaked on this example.

Backmark: "R.R&Co.*.*.*." rm over what appears to be a treble gilt backmark.

Measures: 13.44 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's UU 132 A.

Price: $45.00

Z2013     Model 1881 Enlistedman's Infantry Dress Helmet Eagle Plate

Description: Here is a one-piece eagle hat plate plate for Enlistedmen. This piece still retains the original shape of a dress helmet as well as the three attachment loops on the reverse. The nickel-silver company "C" is missing from the face but the faint outline is still there. The only issue this plate has is the tips of the arrows are missing.

Measures: 4" x 4.5"

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $50.00

Z2012      Early Patriotic Button

Description: Nice early patriotic button with gilt in all of the right places. This style has "United States of America" across the top. There is a small ribbon over the eagle which reads "E Pluribus Unum."

Backmark: "*.*.*.*.*.*.*." rm over Orange Colour dm

Measures: 13.40 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's UU 132 Variant

Price: $50.00

Z2010     Excavated Model 1872 Infantry Shako Eagle Plate

Description: Here is a very nice excavated 1872 shako eagle plate in excavated condition. This one still retains both of the attachment pins on the reverse. There are two small breaks in the insignia near the eagle's beak and across the top ribbon. There is a larger size eagle plate of this pattern that was used on the M1872 Cavalry helmets.

Measures: 1.5" x 1.75"

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $75.00

Z2009     71st New York National Guard Shako Hat Plate

Description: Here is a nicely gilted shako hat plate for the 71st New York National Guard. This plate still retains it's original curvature and the numbers affixed to the face. There are two original attachment loops soldered onto the back, while two others are missing.

Measures: 3.5" x 4"

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $85.00

Z2007     Militia Shoulder Belt Plate for the Second Regiment or Company (Circa 1875-1890)

Description: Very nice militia style shoulder belt plate with a "2" affixed to the front. This one still retains all three keepers and the attachment pin on the back. The attachment pin is intact although it is slightly bent.

Backmark: None

Measures: 58 mm x 84 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: O'Donnell & Campbell Plate No. 791 (No. 2)

Price: $75.00

Z2008     Federal "SNY" State of New York Militia Waist Belt Plate

Description: Here is an SNY buckle that was recovered off the coast of Myrtle Beach, S.C.. To my knowledge, this style of plate with the iron wire hooks has only been excavated from this particular wreck. Some call the wreck the Governor and others the Suwanee. I believe the actual name has been confirmed in recent years but I haven't researched it. This plate is missing the light sheet brass skin on the face as most of them are. The lead plate is slightly wavy but it is from a confirmed wreck. Cool history!

Measures: 56 mm x 87 mm

Recovered: Off the coast of Myrtle Beach

Reference: O'Donnell & Campbell Plate 535

Price: $225.00

Z2017     Complete Full and Intact Box of 50 Eley-Kynoch 16 Gauge Pinfire Shotshell Cartridges (No. 6 Shot)

Description: Here is a complete, full, and correct box of (50) 16 gauge pinfire shotshells. These were produced by Eley-Kynoch in their Birmingham factory and are manufactured for use in black powder shotguns. The headstamp on these particular shells dates this box from the late 1920's -1961. If you have a 16 gauge pinfire shotgun, this would look great sitting next to it.

Measures: 8.75" x 4.25" x 3.25"

Shell Headstamp: ELEY-KYNOCH / 16 (ICI) 16

Price: $695.00

Z2006     Non Excavated US/CS 12lb. 4.52" Spherical Shell

Description: Here is a very nice 4.52" spherical shell that would employ a wooden time fuse adapter. This one is in excellent shape with a clear mold seam. No upgrades needed!

Measures: 4.52" in diameter

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Field Artillery Projectiles of the American Civil War (1993) Edition Pg. 30

Price: $325.00

Z2005     Federal "SNY" State of New York Militia Waist Belt Plate (Repaired)

Description: Nice plate with a chocolate patina on the face. This one retains the lead solder on the reverse and has both studs and the hook. As you can see from the back, this plate has has some minor repairs/stabilization to the left and right edges. There are also two lead stabilization points at the 12 and 6 O'clock positions on the reverse. This plate retains it's overall slight curve.

Measures: 55 mm x 87 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: O'Donnell & Campbell Plate 545

Price: $495.00

Z1989     Confederate "High Lip" Bormann Time Fuse

Description: Excavated fuse that was extracted from a shell. There are vise grip markings on four sides but the fuse retains it's overall shape. It is unpunched and the 1,2 and 5 are legible. 2 and three are somewhat legible. 

Measures: .539" x 1.636"

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Jones Fuse Pg. 23

Price: $95.00 HOLD

Z1988     Schenkl Percussion Fuse with Patent Information

Description: Nice excavated Schenkl fuse. This one is obviously out of an exploded shell. The screw has been removed allowing the slider to move. The anvil cap is frozen in place and the patent information is readable.

Measures: OAL 2.625"  Head Diameter: 1.279"

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Jones Fuses Pg. 98-99

Price: $85.00

Z1985     Early War Parrott Time Fuse Adapter without Flange

Description: Nice excavated specimen with clean threads. This example has one small period dent on the top edge.

Measures: OAL 1.422"  Diameter: 1.134"

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Jones Fuses Pg. 76

Price: $35.00

Z1984     Confederate Copper Time Fuse Adapter for Spherical Shells

Description:  Nice excavated fuse still caked in dirt. This one has remains of the paper time fuse adapter on the inside.

Measures: OAL 1.429"  Head Diameter: 1.258"

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Jones Fuses Pg. 38-39

Price: $55.00

Z1982     Confederate Copper Time Fuse Adapter for Rifled Projectiles

Description: Nice fuse with clean threads and partial paper time fuse remnants on the inside.

Measures: OAL 1.893"  Head Diameter: 1.284"

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Jones Fuses Pg. 40-41

Price: $65.00

Z1981     Confederate Copper Time Fuse Adapter for Rifled Projectiles

Description: Nice fuse with a great patina and clean threads.

Measures: OAL 1.895"  Head Diameter: 1.283"

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Jones Fuses Pg. 40-41

Price: $65.00

Z1980     Confederate Copper Time Fuse Adapter for Spherical Shells

Description: Nice excavated example with a partial paper time fuse inside. This is the stepped version.

Measures: OAL 1.438"  Head Diameter 1.241"

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $55.00

Z1979     Confederate Copper Time Fuse Adapter for Spherical Shells

Description: Nice excavated example with a partial paper time fuse still in the hole.

Measures: OAL 1.318"  Head Diameter: 1.231"

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Jones Fuses Pg. 38-39

Price: $55.00

Z1978     Federal Hotchkiss Time Fuse Adapter

Description: Nice excavated adapter with clean threads. There are a couple of small period dents on the nose from use.

Measures: OAL 1.946"  Head Diameter: 1.138"

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Jones Fuses Pg. 87-88

Price: $50.00

Z1977     Confederate Copper Time Fuse Adapter for Spherical Shells

Description: Here is a nice Confederate adapter for use in spherical shells like a 12 or 24lber. This one still has remains of the paper time fuse in the center top hole.

Measures: OAL 1.376"  Head Diameter: 1.221"

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Jones Fuses Pg. 38-39

Price: $55.00

Y1003     Scarce .58 Rimfire Cartridge by Fitch, Van Vechten & Co.

Description: Excellent .58 cartridge for the .58 conversion muskets. This one has a clear headstamp and is an excellent example.

Headstamp: "F.V.V&Co."

Measures:    OAL 1.693"  CL 1.216"

Reference: Barber Pg. 28

Price: $325.00 Sale Pending!

Z1960    English "Pulp Bag" of Percussion Caps

Description: Scarce "pulp" bag of percussion caps. These small tubes are made of pulp paper and were to contain 15 percussion caps. The top is twisted and stuffed shut.

Measures: 2" in length

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $65.00 Sale Pending!

Z1917     Civil War Era Brigadier-General Shoulder Strap

Description: Nice shoulder strap for a Brigadier-General. This one is on a dark blue background. The embroidered edge is made of dead and bright bullion. It is surrounded by jaceron wire on the inside and out. The star is made of dead bullion. There is some period writing on the back with what appears to be iron gull ink.

Measures: 1 5/8" x 4"

Price: $450.00

Z1915     Knights Templar Past Commander Shoulder Boards/Straps

Description: Here is a very nice original set of Knights Templar past commander shoulder straps. These are bullion with an inner and outer jaceron strip. The middle has a silver bullion cross with rays displayed on a red background. These still have the attachment pin in place on the back although one of the pins is bent.

Measures: 1.75" x 4.25"

Price: $85.00

Z1912     One-Piece Artillery Corps Coat Button (1814-1821)

Description: Excavated button missing the stand up shank. The detail on the face and back are weak.

Backmark: "TREBLE / GILT

Measures: 20.14 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's AY 55

Price: $20.00

Z1911     Federal Infantry "I" Overcoat Button

Description: Nice non excavated example with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "(dot) HORSTMAN (dot) BROs & (dot) ALLIEN / N.Y."

Measures: 22.89 mm

Reference: Albert's GI85/88, Tice GI215.A.42

Price: $30.00

Z1910     Federal Infantry "I" Overcoat Button

Description: Nice non excavated coat button with plenty of gilt. The backmark is crisp with a few darker spots around the edges.

Backmark: "*R&W.ROBINSON* / EXTRA RICH" dm

Measures: 23.21 mm

Reference: Albert's GI85/88, Tice 215.A.58

Price: $30.00

Z1905     WW1 Era US Navy Buckle (False Two-Piece)

Description: Here is a nice WW1 era US Navy buckle. This example has the eagle looking up and to the right instead of the left. As you can see this is a false two piece buckle that would have had a catch mounted on the other side of the belt.

Backmark: V-21-N

Measures: 2" x 2.75"

Price: $35.00

Z1904     Gau Essen 1935-1936 W.H.W. Tinnie

Description: Here is a nice tinnie made of aluminum. This example reads, "DANK DEM HELFER GAU ESSEN W.H.W 1935-36." The pin on the back is intact although bent. The aluminum planchet is slightly wavy on this example.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 27.35 mm

Price: $15.00

Z1902     German WWII Female RADWJ Pin

Description: Here is an early stamped steel women's National Labor Service pin. This one has the original pin and catch fastened to the back.

Measures: 1.5" x 1.5"

Price: $45.00

Z1900     Pre WW1 First (1st) Artillery Insignia

Description: Here is 1st Artillery hat insignia. This one is die struck brass that was filled with lead solder. It has a number "1" on the top and an "A" on the bottom. The attachment bar is slightly bent on this example.

Measures: 1.75" x 2"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $25.00

Z1899     Pre WW1 First (1st) Artillery Insignia

Description: Here is 1st Artillery hat insignia. This one is die struck brass that was filled with lead solder. It has a number "1" on the top and an "A" on the bottom. The attachment bar is slightly bent on this example.

Measures: 1.75" x 2"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $25.00

Z1898     Massachusetts Volunteer Militia "MVM" Marksmanship Badge 1893

Description: Here is a very nice unissued MVM marksman badge from 1893. These were made to hold up to three different bullets with the years of competition. This one only has the bullet marked 1883.

Backmark: Unmarked

Measures: 1 1/4" in length

Price: $35.00

Z1879     Federate Eagle "I" Infantry Coat Button (1830's-1840's)

Description: Nice copper faced button that is gilted with silver on the face. The silver is still bright and the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: ".SCOVILL. / WATERBURY" dm with two interior rings of dots.

Measures: 19.34 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $40.00

Z1878     Federal Eagle "I" Infantry Overcoat Button

Description: Very nice large style button with plenty of gilt on the face.

Backmark: "D. EVANS & CO / (star) ATTLEBORO (star) MASS (star)" dm

Measures: 23 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI82 to GI91, Tice GI215A9

Price: $30.00

Z1950     Model 1870 Combination Tool for Springfield Rifles & Carbines

Description: Nice original gun tool with factory finish. The arm is frozen on this example but would move if oiled. These were manufactured from left over 1863 gun tools. This comes from the collection of author and historian Dean Thomas.

Measures: 3.537"

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $15.00

Z1946     Original .58 Wooden Tompion (1855 Style)

Description: Nice original wooden tompion. There is a small chip of wood missing from the base on one side. This comes from the collection of author and historian Dean Thomas.

Measures: 2.362" in length

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $40.00

Z1945     Excavated J-Tool for Early Flintlock Muskets/Pistols

Description: Nice excavated piece that has been cleaned and coated. This comes from the collection of author and historian Dean Thomas.

Measures: 3.75"

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $15.00

Z1944     Model 1855 Mainspring Vise for Conversion Rifles/Flintlocks

Description: Here is a scarce mainspring vise. This is similar to the M1855 but the spring bar is off center. These were for use on the early flintlock conversion muskets. This comes from the collection of author and historian Dean Thomas.

Measures: 3.25" in length

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $95.00

Z1943     Excavated M1855 Band Spring and Tumbler Punch

Description: Excavated band spring and tumbler punch. This comes from the collection of author and historian Dean Thomas.

Measures: 3.5" in length

Recovered: Along Orange Turnpike, Wilderness, Va.

Price: $15.00

Z1934     Excavated Iron Knapsack Hook with Lead Cover

Description: Nice example of an excavated knapsack hook. This one is iron with a lead top and is generally associated with Confederate troops. This comes from the collection of author and historian Dean Thomas.

Measures: 1.75"

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $10.00

Z1933     Original .58 Wooden Tompion (1855 Style)

Description: Nice original tompion. This one has an "X" or cross carved into the top. This comes from the collection of author and historian Dean Thomas.

Measures: 2.75" in length

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $50.00

Z1923     Excavated Late War German Heer Buckle by Rodo

Description: Here is an excavated WWII steel "Heer" buckle by rodo. All parts are present and you can clearly see the maker's mark on this example.

Backmark: RODO

Measures: 49 mm x 64 mm

Recovered: France

Price: $50.00

Y934     Lawrence Primer Tube for M1852, M1859, M1863 Sharps Rifles & Carbines

Description: Here is a very nice primer tube for you Civil War Sharps Rifle or Carbine. This is a small brass tube that holds several percussion caps and a small wooden dowel. This device was used to feed percussion caps into the Lawrence Primer Mechanism. This would make a great addition to any firearms collection!

Measures:   2" in length

Price: $125.00

Y930     Original Packet of Civil War Percussion Caps

Description: Here is an original packet of 12 percussion caps as issued with the packets of 10 paper cartridges. This item is original and you can clearly see the green outline of percussion caps exhibiting verdigris.

Measures:    L 2.75"

Price: $40.00

Z1908     Full & Sealed Packet for Six Seamless Skin Cartridge by D. C. Sage of Middletown, Conn.

Description: Here is a nice full and sealed packet of six .36 seamless skin cartridges for the Whitney Navy pistol. This has the Hotchkiss patent of February 11, 1862 on the face and was manufactured by D. C. Sage of Middletown, Conn. While this packet is full and original, it was coated with lacquer many years ago as it was common practice. The lacquer could be removed if desired but it is well protected and somewhat glossy.

Measures: 1.5" x 2.75" x .5"

Price: $425.00

Y929     .56/46 for Spencer Sporting Rifle and Light Carbine Headstamped "H" Raised (Winchester Repeating Arms Company/RFP 1867-1926)

Description: Nice cartridge with a flat tipped bullet with a single groove. This example has a raised "H" heastamp with 4 tick marks.

Measures:    OAL 1.610"  CL 1.055" 

Price: $35.00

Y924     Full Correct and Unopened Box of .56-52 Spencer Rifle Cartridges by UMC.

Description: Here is a very nice box of (25) .56-52 Spencer rimfire cartridges. This packet was manufactured by the Union Metallic Cartridge Company and is full, correct, and unopened. I have seen a few examples of this packet on the market over the past year or two but not a single one has been sealed. This particular box has the brown label with black print.  This would make an excellent addition to any Spencer collection.

Measures: 3" x 3" x 1.75"

Price: $695.00

Y925     Federal .54 Merrill Carbine Paper Cartridge

Description: Here is an excellent original cartridge produced for the .54 Merrill Carbine.

Measures:    L 1.73"

Reference: TT#91

Price: $195.00

Y917     .28 Wood's Patent Revolver Cartridge

Description: Here is a scarce .28 S.W. Wood patented cartridge. While this is similar to a cupfire cartridge, the end is only slightly indented. This cartridge is based on the English patent No. 309. Some collectors referred to this round as a Moffat's patent for many years. This particular cartridge is meant to be struck on the side rather than inside of the cup.

Measures:    D .270"   OAL .891"

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 3 No. 978

Price: $150.00

Y865     Four Types of Fusnot/Loron Cartridges 6 mm, 8 mm, 10 mm, 11.2 mm (Patented 1854)

Description: Here is a full set of variations of the Fusnot and/or Loron cartridges. It appears all of these were based off of the original 1854 patent. No. 1 & 3 have an internal straight wall cap. No. 2 & 4 have a primer cap pressed into the base and have writing on the side.

Price: Click on photo to see priced cartridges.

Y913     Rare .36 Patent Revolver Cartridge for the Howe Patent Revolver (.36 Geraghty)

Description: Here is a very rare cartridge for the Howe Patent revolver. Some call this a .36 Geraghty cartridge. The fulminate is located in the pin on the base. This style of cartridge is very similar to the W.W. Marston cartridge.

Measures:    D .379"  OAL 1.338"

Price: $1,500.00

Y869     12 mm Perrin Cartridge with Brass Casing and Two-Piece Primer

Description: Very nice cartridge with a two-piece primer manufactured out of copper.

Measures:    OAL 1.126"  CL .659

Price: $35.00

Y860     12 mm Perrin Inside Primed Cartridge

Description: Here is a very nice 12 mm Perrin cartridge with a brass casing. This one has a wonderful headstamp on the base.

Measures:    OAL 1.003"  CL .632"

Headstamped: PERRIN / DT.E.S.C / PARIS

Price: $35.00

Y893     12 mm Raphael Cartridge

Description: Scarce cartridge to find. This has a straight brass case with a brass primer. These were originally invented during the Civil War. There is no headstamp on this example.

Measures:    D .472"  OAL .944"

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 3 No. 961

Price: $195.00

Y920     No. 30 .28 Ellis & White Patent Cupfire Revolver Cartridge for the Plant Revolver

Description: Excellent No. 30 cartridge produced by the American Metallic Ammunition Company. This is a post Civil War cartridge.

Measures:    D .303"  OAL .938"

Price: $20.00

Y921     No. 30 .28 Ellis & White Patent Cupfire Revolver Cartridge for the Plant Revolver

Description: Nice early .28 cupfire cartridge without a headstamp.

Measures:    D .297"  OAL .951"

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 3 No. 979-980

Price: $15.00

Y919     No. 30 .28 Ellis & White Patent Cupfire Revolver Cartridge for the Plant Revolver

Description: Nice early .28 cupfire cartridge without a headstamp.

Measures:    D .301"  OAL .928"

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 3 No. 979-980

Price: $15.00

Y916     11 mm Chassepot Paper & Linen Blank Cartridge

Description: Nice example of a blank cartridge for the Chassepot rifle. This one comes with a primer.

Measures:    OAL 1.800"

Price: $45.00

Y918     11 mm Chassepot Cartridge (Two-Piece Paper)

Description: 11 mm Chassepot cartridge constructed out of two pieces of paper. This example does have a few repairs near the tail and is priced accordingly.

Measures:    OAL 2.719"

Price: $40.00

Y902     Sectioned 12 mm Pinfire Cartridge

Description: Nice sectioned example showing the internal components. The bullet on this particular example has a small open cavity.

Measures:    OAL .959"

Price: $30.00

Y891     12 mm Pinfire Shotshell Manufactured by Braun & Bloem of Dusseldorf Germany

Description: Nice brass cased pinfire shell with a pasteboard cover on top.

Measures:    OAL .552"

Headstamped: BB over 12.

Price: $20.00

Y912     9 mm Pinfire Shot Shell Manufactured in Hertenberg, Austria

Description: Nice 9 mm pinfire shot shell. This one has an orange paper top and a tan wad crimped into the nose.

Measures:    OAL 1.119"  CL .584"

Headstamped:  Impressed "9" over Starburst with KC

Price: $20.00

Y904     9 mm Pinfire Shot Cartridge

Description: Nice 9mm pinfire shot cartridge that is necked. This one has a tan pressed paper wad on the top.

Measures:    OAL .981"

Headstamped: Impressed "9"

Price: $20.00

Y892     7 mm Pinfire Shot Cartridge Produced by Braun & Bloem of Dusseldorf Germany

Description: Nice shot cartridge for the 7 mm pinfire revolver. This one has a pressed paper top crimped over on the edge.

Measures:    OAL .869"

Headstamped: BB over 7

Price: $20.00

Y903     7 mm Pinfire Cartridge Manufactured in Hertenberger Austria

Description: Nice 7 mm pinfire with a crisp headstamp.

Measures:    OAL .840"  CL .575"

Headstamped: H inside of starburst

Price: $25.00

Y908     5 mm Pinfire Cartridge Produced by Eley of London

Description: Here is a very nice 5 mm pinfire cartridge. This one is very small and it's hard to read the headstamp.

Measures:    OAL .621"

Headstamped: Eley over 5 M

Price: $20.00

Y910     5 mm Pinfire Shot Cartridge

Description: Nice small 5 mm pinfire shot cartridge. This one has a pressed paper top that is crimped over on the edge.

Measures:    OAL .425"

Headstamped: Raised Acorn

Price: $15.00

Y859     .50 Benet Primed Remington Army Pistol Cartridge (Long Shot Variant)

Description: Here is a very nice .50 shot cartridge with an extremely long wooden sabot.

Measures:    OAL 1.905"  CL .877"

Price: $65.00

Y866     .50 Martin Primed Cartridge for the .50 Remington Army Pistol (Frankford Arsenal)

Description: Here is a very nice Martin primed cartridge produced at the Frankford Arsenal. This variation with the necked cartridge is meant for the .50 Army revolver.

Measures:    OAL 1.256"  CL .900

Price: $95.00

Y862     .50 Benet Primed Cartridge for the .50 Remington Army Pistol (Frankford Arsenal)

Description: Excellent necked cartridge for the .50 Remington Army pistol.

Measures:    OAL 1.239"  CL .869

Price: $30.00

Y905     .50 Berdan Primed Shot Cartridge for the 1876 Remington Navy Pistol (UMC) Union Metallic Cartridge Company

Description: Very nice Berdan primed cartridge by UMC. This one has a wooden sabot filled with shot. Some people refer to these as forager rounds.

Measures:    OAL 1.369"  CL .892"

Price: $30.00

Y870     .50 Benet Primed Cartridge for the 1876 Remington Navy Pistol

Description: This is a very nice example for the Navy pistol. Please note, this differs from the Army pistol as the cartridge isn't necked.

Measures:    OAL 1.244"  CL .870"

Price: $50.00

Y898     .50 Berdan Primed Cartridge for the 1876 Remington Navy Pistol (UMC) Union Metallic Cartridge Company

Description: Here is a very nice cartridge for the Remington Navy Pistol. This particular round is Berdan primed.

Measures:    OAL 1.275"  CL .873"

Price: $35.00

Y911     .50 Remington Navy Pistol Cartridge Manufactured by Winchester

Description: Nice early Winchester cartridge with the copper primer. This variant has the small font headstamp. There are two small dents in the casing.

Measures:    OAL 1.301"

Headstamped: W.R.A.Co / 50-Pistol (Small Font)

Price: $20.00

Y885     .45 Internally Primed Frankford Arsenal .45 COLT/S&W Cartridges

Description:  These were produced for the Model 1873 Colt Army & 1875 Smith & Wesson Schofield revolver. This was a very popular round and they are becoming harder and harder to find! These rounds are shorter than the earlier .45 Colt cartridges which made issuing ammunition a lot easier.

Measures:   OAL 1.436"  CL 1.113"

Price: $30.00

Y871     .44 Martin Primed Colt Revolver Cartridge (Frankford Arsenal)

Description: Here is a very nice example of a .44 Martin primed Colt cartridge. This type is a little taller than the .44 Martin primed cartridge for the Smith & Wesson.

Measures:    OAL 1.552"  CL 1.068"

Price: $45.00

Y861     .44 Martin Primed Smith & Wesson Cartridge (Frankford Arsenal)

Description: Here is a very nice Martin primed cartridge produced at the Frankford Arsenal.

Measures:    OAL 1.457"  CL .906"

Price: $45.00

Y855     Internally Primed 7mm Karcher Cartridge (1880's)

Description: Excellent cartridge with the internal primer crimped into the base. This style of cartridge was widely used in cane guns.

Measures:    OAL .622"  CL .400

Headstamped: KARCHER / Bte.S.G.D.G

Price: $35.00

Z1897     Confederate Infantry Roman "I" Coat Button

Description: Stunning button with an even overall patina and original stand up shank intact.

Backmark: Blank Depressed Channel

Measures: 22.32 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's CS182, Tice CSI243 Variant

Price: $225.00

Z1895     Civil War Corps Badges and Other Related Awards, Badges, Medals of the Period by Stanley Phillips

Description: Hard to find early reference book on corps badges, awards, etc. This example is in excellent condition!

Price: $250.00

Z1893     Scarce Confederate Infantry Coat Button by William Bird of London

Description: Here is a very scarce stippled old English "I" coat button. Tice states that these are the rarest of all British-made Confederate letter buttons. There are two others out there on the internet that I could find and this one is priced much lower than the other examples.

Backmark: Blank with three rings

Measures: 22 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Tice CS1218.A.3., Albert's CS178

Price: $1495.00

Y854     Full Box of .50 Gallager Carbine Cartridges (Paper & Foil) Manufactured by B.C. English of Springfield Massachusetts

Description: Here is a full box of 10 .50 Gallager Carbine cartridges and a packet of 12 percussion caps. This packet was produced by B.C. English of Springfield, Mass. who operated from 1863-1865. This particular box is scarce due to the fact that Gallager is misspelled "Gallagher." Dean Thomas notes that this particular box style is thought to have been from the initial order placed by Schuyler, Hartley, and Graham of New York. You will see a lot of these boxes with the patent date but very few of this particular style exist today.

Measures Approximately 3" x 2.5" x 1.25"

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 2 No. 426

Price: $595.00

Z1888     Obsolete Mississippi Fifty Dollar Note (Faith Pledge Blue Face)

Description: Nice 1862 issued Confederate note. I would rate this note in very good condition.

Measures: 2.75" x 7.25

Price: $45.00

Z1887     Obsolete Mississippi One Dollar Note (Cotton Pledge Blue Face)

Description: Nice Confederate note that was issued on May 1, 2862. I would rate this note in very good condition. There are several pin holes throughout the note but the color and detail are crisp!

Measures: 2.75" x 7.25"

Price: $60.00

Y834     .36 Tie-Ring Sharps Cartridge for the Sporting Rifle

Description: Excellent and minty cartridge. This one has three bands for military use. This is an outstanding and minty cartridge!

Measures:    L 2.595"

Reference: TT#107

Price: $450.00

Z1885     Empty Allegheny Arsenal Fuse Pack for Eight Second Fuses

Description: Empty paper pack that originally held five (Eight) second fuses. This one has a tear on one side but is still attached.

Price: $10.00

Z1884     Federal Model 1859 Bridle Bit with Both Bit Bosses

Description: This one appears to be a bard find that is in decent shape. It has been cleaned and coated and missing the lower bar. Both US bit bosses are firmly attached to this example.

Measures: 5.75" x 8.25"

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $185.00

Z1883     Civil War Era Ginger Beer Bottle

Description: Here is a nice bottle with little wear and no cracks or chips. These are often excavated from mid-19th century camps and house sites and come in a variety of different neck styles.

Measures: 8.5" x 3"

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $25.00

Z1881     Federal 3" Type II Hotchkiss Shell

Description: Nice excavated Type II Hotchkiss shell with three flame grooves. The fuse is intact and this shell has been fired as you can see the rifling on the lead sabot. This one comes with an old handmade stand and tag. It is important to note that brass fused shells were not employed during the battle of Antietam. However, there were plenty of troops in the area for the remaining portion of the war.

Recovered: Sharpsburg, Maryland (Antietam)

Price: $250.00

Y832     .69 Pistol Ball / Hall Carbine Cartridge (Red/White String)

Description: Minty cartridge without damage. These are thought to have been pistol, or Hall Carbine cartridge.

Measures:    L 1.734"

Price: $195.00

Y816     No. .46 Rimfire for .44 Remington Carbine (Headstamped C.T.M. / CO.) Crittenden & Tibbals Manufacturing Company 1864-1866

Description: Excellent cartridge known as the No. 46 for the .44 Remington carbine.

Measures:    OAL 1.830  CL 1.105"

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 2 No. 619

Price: $50.00

Y814     Wooden Box Containing (18) .50-45 Benet Primed Cadet/Carbine Cartridges

Description: Here is something you don't see everyday. This is an original wooden block packet containing 18 .50-45 Benet primed cartridges for the .50 carbine. This box has a removable top. There is an interior slot bored out for every cartridge. The top of the lid is bored out to accept the cartridge heads. This piece was originally packed with a string running around the edge covered by paper. To open the packet, one would pull on the string. This block is similar to those used in the Frazier's cartridge boxes but the top is not angled. The box is solid with a slight crack in the top section. This piece is unique and must have been made at an Arsenal. I haven't been able to find much about this packet either. A unique and rare piece!

Measures:    L 6 3/8" W 1 3/8" H 1 7/8"

Price: $495.00

Z1875     Excavated General Service Eagle Coat Button

Description: Here is a very nice excavated general service eagle coat button with the scarce backmark of Steele/Johnson. The stand up shank is intact and the face is loaded with gilt!

Backmark: "*STEELE* / JOHNSON

Measures: 20.91 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $95.00

Z1873     The Emilio Collection of Military Buttons 1911 Harback by Luis Feenollosa Emilio

Description: Used edition but still in decent shape.

Price: $75.00

Z1871     One-Piece Low Convex Artillery Coat Button 1820's-1830's

Description: Nice button with gilt highlighting the eagle.

Backmark: "ROBINSONS / (dot) (star) (dot) EXTRA (dot) (star) (dot) " rm between two pairs of rings

Measures: 21.30 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert AY64, Tice AY199D4

Price: $40.00

Z1870     1933 Dietrich Eckart Rememberance Badge by Lauer of Nurnberg

Description: Very rare pin commemorating the ten year anniversary of Dietrich Eckart's death. The front reads, "1923 Dietrich Eckart 1933 / Deutschland Erwache." The back reads Neumarkt I.D. OPF. Geburts-U. / Heimatstadt Dietrich Eckarts L.Chr Lauer Nurnberg.

Measures: 37 mm

Price: $250.00

Z1866     Federal Infantry Eagle "I" Cuff Button

Description: Nice button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "EXTRA / (star) QUALITY (star)" dm between two solid rings.

Measures: 14.58 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $10.00

Z1865     Federal Infantry Eagle "I" Overcoat Button

Description: Nice non excavated button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "SCOVILL MF'G CO. / (dot) WATERBURY. (dot) " dm

Measures: 22.73 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert GI82 to GI91, Tice GI206 and GI215

Price: $30.00

Z1863     One-Piece Convex Norwich University Cuff Button

Description: Here is a very nice heavily gilt cuff button used by cadets at Norwich University in Vermont. This one has the stand up shank and is loaded with gilt!

Backmark: Three solid raised rings.

Measures: 14.25 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's SU287, Tice VTS250 AS. 1. variant

Price: $40.00

Z1862     One-Piece Convex Norwich University Coat Button

Description: Nice Norwich University coat size button. The stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: "ROBINSONS / (dot) (star) (dot) EXTRA (dot) (star) (dot) " rm

Measures: 18.96 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: AlbertSU287, Tice VTS250A1

Price: $55.00

Z1861     National Guard of Pennsylvania Marksman's Badge

Description: This is the disc portion for a marksman's badge. This style was used from the 1890's through the first decade of the 20th century.

Measures: 30 mm

Price: $15.00

Z1860     Silvered Two-Piece Federal Infantry Eagle "I" Coat Button 1830's-1840's

Description: Nice silvered eagle button with some wear on the high spots. The stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: "TREBLE PLATED ***" dm

Measures: 19.56 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI82, Tice GI206E1

Price: $45.00

Z1858     One-Piece Navy Coat Button with Impressed Design

Description: This is the impressed style. The eagle is facing left and has a shield with an anchor on the right. This one is missing the shank and is similar to Albert's NA32.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 20.77 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's NA32 variant

Price: $95.00

Z1857     WWII German Iron Cross Second Class 1939

Description: Here is a nice EK2 with original ribbon. This one has a little tarnish on the silver. The ring isn't marked.

Measures: 1.75" x 4.75"

Price: $125.00

Z1855     WWII German Second Class War Merit Cross with Swords (108 Arno Wallpach of Salzburg)

Description: Here is a nice second class merit cross with swords. The one does have some oxidation on it but should clean up nicely.

Manufacturer Mark: 108

Measures: 50 mm x 50 mm

Price: $40.00

Z1854     One-Piece Federal Eagle "I" Infantry Coat Button (1830's-1840's)

Description: Nice one-piece button with a very crisp backmark. The shank is intact but slightly tweaked.

Backmark: ".BEST./QUALITY" rm in script

Measures: 18.68 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI79, GI200C2

Price: $55.00

Z1853     Two-Piece Federal Eagle "I" Infantry Coat Button (1830's-1840's)

Description: Here is a very nice Infantry coat button. This one has a stand up shank that is ever so slightly bent. This is a scarce backmark that isn't encountered that often.

Backmark: "RICH / IMPERIAL."

Measures: 19.84 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI82, Tice GIUNCL 14

Price: $65.00

Z1852     One-Piece Low-Convex General Service Militia Button 1820's-1830's

Description:  Nicely silvered militia button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "*BEST PLATED.* / LONDON." rm between two solid rings

Measures: 19.79 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI67

Price: $50.00

Z1850     WWII German Second Class War Merit Cross without Swords (15 Friedrich Orth)

Description: Here is a very nice second class war merit cross as manufactured by Freidrich Orth. This packet includes and original wrapped cross and ribbon. The ring is marked "15" on this example. This piece does show a little oxidation but is very nice!

Manufacturer Mark: 15

Measures: 50 mm x 50 mm

Price: $80.00

Z1849     "American Military Belt Plates" by Michael J. O'Donnell & J. Duncan Campbell

Description: Here is a very nice book in lightly used condition. This is a must have for any buckle or accoutrement plate collector.

Price: $45.00

Z1848     History Written with Pick and Shovel by Calver & Bolton 1950 (Hardcover)

Description: This is an excellent book published by the New York Historical Society that covers relics from the Revolutionary War through 1812. This book covers buttons, accoutrement plates, and misc. relics. This one has a sticker on the inside and is lightly used.

Price: $80.00

Z1847     History Written with Pick and Shovel by Calver & Bolton 1950 (Hardcover)

Description: This is an excellent book published by the New York Historical Society that covers relics from the Revolutionary War through 1812. This book covers buttons, accoutrement plates, and misc. relics. This one has a sticker on the inside cover and is well used.

Price: $65.00

Z1845     Collecting Military Badges of the Third Reich by Michael F. Tucker Hardcover 1997 Edition

Description: Nice used book with dust jacket. Dust jacket does show some scuffs and wear. This is a great book referencing materials, pins, catches, marks, etc.

Price: $95.00

Z1838     WWII German EM/NCO Belt with Buckle by Dransfeld & Co. Menden 1936

Description: Here is a nice buckle and belt combination that came in together and appears to be one original set. The buckle is a solid aluminum buckle produced by Dransfeld & Co. The original leather tab is still attached to this one. It is stamped, "Dransfeld & Co (Star) over Menden with the 1936 date in the middle. The leather belt is unmarked and measures approximately 38.5" in length.

Price: $195.00

Z1837     WWII German Commemorative Metal for the Annexation of Sudetenland October 1, 1938

Description: Nice WWII metal commemorating the occupation/annexation of Sudetenland. The face has two men standing on a podium. The reverse reads, "EIN VOLK EIN REICH EIN FUHRER 1. OKTOBER 1938 "One people, One Realm, One Leader. 1 October 1938." This one is missing the ribbon and is appoximately 1.25" in diameter.

Price: $50.00

Z1835     First Regiment Officer's Button, War of 1812

Description: Nice silvered non excavated 1st regiment officer's button. This one has a blank back and the stand up shank is intact although bent.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 24.77 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI53R1

Price: $350.00

Z1834     One-Piece Low Convex Artillery Coat Button 1820's-1830's

Description: Nice button, loaded with gilt, stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "ROBINSONS / (dot) (star) (dot) EXTRA (dot) (star) (dot) " rm between two pairs of rings

Measures: 19.75 mm

Recovered: Albert AY64, Tice AY199D4

Price: $50.00

Z1830     One-Piece Massachusetts Militia Button 1820's

Description: Non excavated example that is missing the shank.

Backmark: ".SILVER'D SURFACE. /WARRANTED" dm

Measures: 22.30 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS27, Tice MS110 Uncl3

Price: $35.00

Z1829     One-Piece Massachusetts Militia Button 1820's

Description: Nice imported coat button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "RICH QUALITY / LONDON / ********" dm

Measures: 24.87 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS19, Tice MS036.A.4.

Price: $65.00

Z1826     One-Piece Regiment of Riflemen Button

Description: Nice excavated button with the shank intact but bent. There is a slight bump on the top edge of the button.

Backmark: "CRUMPTON PHILa" rm

Measures: 20.35 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's RF13

Price: $120.00

Z1824     Massachusetts National Guard Nine Years of Service Medal

Description: Here is a very nice badge that still  has the white ribbon attached. This particular badge was issued around WWI and would have been given to who served from the Spanish American War through WWI.

Backmark: "2528"

Measures: 1.5" x 3.25"

Recovered: Unissued

Price: $45.00

Z1823    Massachusetts Volunteer Militia "MVM" Marksmanship Badge 1895

Description: Here is a very nice unissued MVM marksman badge from 1885. These were made to hold up to three different bullets with the years of competition. This one only has the bullet marked 1885.

Backmark: SHREVE, CRUMP & LOW BOSTON 1087

Measures: 1 1/4" in length

Recovered: Unissued

Price: $40.00

Z1820     Large Federal Diplomatic Coat Button

Description:  Nicely gilted diplomatic coat button with the Paris backmark. This variant is unlisted in Albert's button book. The stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: "MEINVIELLE-SCHNEIDER / PARIS" dm between a solid inner ring and outer ring of dots.

Measures: 28 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $250.00

Z1818     Early One-Piece Vermont Militia Coat Button

Description: Here is a scarce Vermont button with the Peasley backmark. This one was excavated long ago and has a crack and is missing the shank.

Backmark: "A.M.PEASLEY. / **BOSTON*

Measures: 22.88 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's VT2A1

Price: $295.00

Z1817     1820's Jacksonian Cuff Button with Liberty / Union

Description: Nice button with a scarcer backmark. This is a false three piece button. It is actually made of two pieces. The stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: ".FANCY. ORANGE COLOR" rm

Measures: 13 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $120.00

Z1816     Federate Eagle "I" Infantry Coat Button (1830's-1840's)

Description: Nice copper faced button that is gilted with silver on the face. The silver has tarnished revealing the high points of the eagle. This one has the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: ".SCOVILL. / WATERBURY" dm with two interior rings of dots.

Measures: 19 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI82, Tice GI206

Price: $40.00

Z1814     One-Piece Convex Norwich University Cuff Button

Description: Here is a very nice heavily gilt cuff button used by cadets at Norwich University in Vermont. This one has the stand up shank and is loaded with gilt!

Backmark: Three solid raised rings.

Measures: 14.38 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's SU287, Tice VTS250 AS. 1. variant

Price: $40.00

Z1813     WWII German Handworker Day Tinnie (Frankfurt 1935)

Description: Nice original tinnie with the pin on the back. This one reads, "Reichs-Handwerker-Tag 1935 Frankurt."

Measures: 21 mm x 45 mm

Price: $30.00

Z1809     WWII GERMAN 1939 Reichsparteitag Badge Tinnie by Hoffstatter

Description: Nice badge by Hoffstatter with some oxidation on the face.

Backmark: "M9/28 / HOFFSTATTER / BONN / RZM

Measures: 42 mm

Price: $25.00

Z1808     WWII German Wir Helfen WHW Tinnie

Description: Nice WHW pin missing part of the attachment pin.

Measures: 27 mm x 36 mm

Price: $15.00

Z1807     WWII German 1936 May Day Tinnie by Wilhelm Schroder

Description: Nice badge with the pin attachment on the back.

Backmark: "WILH. SCHRODER & CO / LUDENSCHEID"

Measures: 35 mm

Price: $15.00

Z1806     WWII German Labor Day Tinnie for Karlsbad 1929

Description: Nice metal tinnie for the Karlsbad 1929 Labor Day celebration.

Backmark: "O J.RORNER / GABLONZ A/N."

Measures: 25 mm x 25 mm

Price: $25.00

Z1805     WWII German NSV Stick Pin Nationalsozialistische Volkswohlfahrt

Description: Nice pin with a slightly tweeked post.

Backmark: RZM 78 Ges.Gesch.

Measures: 2.5" in length

Price: $25.00

Z1804     WWII German District Meeting Tinnie for the Eger Sudtendeutsche Partiei (SdP) September 5 1937

Description: Nice lightweight metal pin with the original string. This one reads, "Bezirfstreffen Eger 5.Sept.37." SDP

Measures: 30 mm x 50 mm

Price: $30.00

Z1803     WWII German Police Sleeve Eagle

Description:  Nice patch without any moth damage to the wool. This one features machine embroidered stitching with orange cotton over a gray wool base.

Measures: 3.25" x 3.5"

Price: $50.00

Z1802     WWII German Ein Volk One People, One Nation, One Leader Tinnie/Pin

Description: Lightly stamped metal pin with gold wash. This one reads, "Ein Volk - Ein Reich - Ein Fuhrer."

Measures: 29 mm

Reference: Cassidy & Alexander, Third Reich Tinnie Collecting Vol. 1 Pg. 234

Price: $10.00

Z1801     WWII German Hitler Youth Tinnie / Action Youth (Sacrifice Pin)

Description: Lightly stamped pin that reads, " Hitlerjugend-Tatjugend."

Measures: 25 mm

Reference: Cassidy & Alexander, Third Reich Tinnie Collecting Vol. 1 Pg.362

Price: $20.00

Z1800     WWII German Hitler Youth Pin (Day of the 100,000 HJ Parade)

Description: Nice stamped metal pin that still retains some of the silver wash. This piece reads, "Tag der Hunderttausand Aufmarsch d. HJ Gebiet 13 1.u.2.9.1934.

Measures: 21 mm x 60 mm

Reference: Cassidy & Alexander, Third Reich Tinnie Collecting Vol. 1 Pg. 370

Price: $30.00

Z1795     Two Silver Ladder Badges ID'd to William B. Bessom Co. I 8th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Militia

Description: Here are two silver ladder badges belonging to William B. Bessom of Co. I, 8th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. The first badge reads, "Second Prize / Wm. B. Bessom / CO I / 8th Inf. MVM / 1886 / Feb. 26 86." The second badge reads, "2nd Prize / Wm B. Bessom / Co. I / 8th Regiment / CW / MVM." Both badges are hand engraved showing superb detail. According to the historical database there are two William B. Bessoms listed with similar regiments listed.  I am assuming these are marksmanship badges for the MVM.

Measures: Left 2" x 2.5" Right 1.5" x 2.5"

Price: $695.00

Z1797     WWII German Kreistag Tinnie 1939 Koln

Description: Light stamped metal pin for the Koln Kreis Day in 1939.

Measures: 31 mm x 45 mm

Reference: Cassidy & Alexander, Third Reich Tinnie Collecting Vol. 1 Pg. 169

Price: $30.00

Z1785     German VDA Pin for St. Vith

Description: These pins were given to those for the National Association for Germans Abroad.

Measures: 20 mm x 30 mm

Reference: Cassidy & Alexander, Donation Badges, Pins & Pendants of the Third Reich Pg. 227

Price: $12.00

Z1874     Excavated Carpet Bag Frame

Description: Nice excavated carpet bag frame. It is still mostly intact. Pieces of these are often dug in camps but the entire frame is hard to find. This one still has the original key plate.

Recovered: City Point, Richmond

Price: $50.00

Z1844     US Indian War Era Sharps Rifle/Carbine Combination Tool

Description: Combination tool used on the Sharps conversions. This one has a broken screw tip.

Measures: 3.25" in length

Reference: Gun Tools Their History and Identification by Shaffer, Rutledge and Dorsey Pg. 91

Price: $10.00

Z1867     Model 1855 Socket Bayonet for a .58 Rifled Musket

Description: Barn condition M55 bayonet with partial leather scabbard remaining. This one is marked US and the blade and socket are rusted. The scabbard has seven rivets so it would be late war.

Measures: 21" in Length

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $125.00

Z1843     Remington Pistol, Carbine, and Rifle Combination Tool (Indian War Era)

Description: These tools were issued to US troops and could be used in conjunction with Remington rifles, carbines, and pistols. This one still retains quite a bit of it's original finish.

Measures: 3.75"

Recovered: Surplus Socks

Reference: Gun Tools Their History and Identification by Shaffer, Rutledge and Dorsey Pg. 90

Price: $25.00

Z1796     WWII Veteran's Pin/Tinnie for WWI Soldiers (Fahnen-Uebergabe an die Krieger-Kameradschaft Hendorf am 20.8.1939)

Description: This pin was given to veteran's of WWI in 1939.

Measures: 1" x 2.5"

Reference: Cassidy & Alexander, Third Reich Tinnie Collecting Vol. 1 Pg. 350

Price: $30.00

Z1794     Container of Percussion Caps Recovered from the Blockade Runner "Minho"

Description: Plastic container filled with percussion caps recovered from the blockade runner Minho. These percussion caps were imported from Britain but never made it to the Confederate troops.

Recovered: Fort Moultrie / Sullivan's Island

Price: $50.00

Z1790     Federal 20lb Parrott Shell (Long Pattern)

Description:  Nice shell that has been cleaned and coated. This one is missing the fuse and is slightly rough around the fuse hole area. This one has writing that is incorrect and could be removed if desired. This is the 20lb. shell.

Measures: 3.63" x 10.25"

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $275.00

Y808     Excavated 12 mm Pinfire Cartridge (Published Example)

Description: Nice published pinfire cartridge. This one has some issues and is headstamped "CD 12." This is the exact one published in Dean's book. Ex. Dean Thomas collection.

Measures:    D .450  L  1.10

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 3 No 958

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $25.00

Y807     Excavated 12 mm Pinfire Cartridge (Published Example)

Description: Perfect excavated pinfire cartridge for the Lefaucheux revolver. This is the exact one published in Dean's book. Ex. Dean Thomas collection.

Measures:    D .441  L 1.05 

Reference: RBTRV Vol. 3 No 957

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $35.00

Z1789     Federal Naval Watercap Fuse 1863

Description: Very nice fuse with a removable water cap. This came out of an old E.O.D. collection.

Reference: Jones Fuses, Pg. 10

Price: $110.00

Z1788     .44 Starr Revolver Bullet Mold

Description: Here is a very nice Starr revolver mold in very good condition. The handle is nice and hasn't separated from the mold. The handle moves freely and the cavity is pristine. The brass housing in very nice and hasn't been beaten up too badly.

Measures: 5.25" in Length

Price: $325.00

Z1786    Civil War Federal New York Depot Canteen

Description: Nice canteen with the original cover that is tightly stitched around the edge. This one has some very small dents from service but retains it's overall shape. The pewter spout is out of round and this example is missing the chain and stopper.

Price: $350.00

Z1783     Hans Schemm Abzeichen Haltet einander die Treue Deutschland Pin

Description: Hans Schemm was the founder of the National Socialist Teachers Federation in 1927. To read more about Hans Schemm Click Here!

Measures: 38 mm

Price: $25.00

Z1782     Original Brass Working Die for New York City Guard Militia Insignia/Plate

Description: Here is an original working die for some sort of insignia/plate/etc.. This die is made from a piece of solid brass. The main female die is stamped into a brass ingot with posts on the back. This created a working die that could be used, melted, and remade rather than destroying the main die. The brass knobs on the back helped to fasten the die to the top of the press (fly press or screw press). A thin piece of brass was laid over a plate of lead. Once the die came down, the soft lead backing and pressure would assist in shaping the stamped brass item. The edges would then be trimmed and it appears there is a place where one could have their initial engraved or stamped. You can clearly see the flow lines from use in production on the face of the die. I have looked through a significant number of New York City Guard insignia and plates and have not found this exact example. You can clearly see this die was repurposed. There was an area below the motif where a name plate was at one time. This has been removed and flattened allowing the design for the stamped brass to stand alone.

Measures: 3" x 3.5"

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $495.00

Z1781     Original Brass Working Die for Massachusetts Volunteer Militia Insignia/Plate

Description: Here is an original working die for some sort of insignia/plate/etc.. This die is made from a piece of solid brass. The main female die is stamped into a brass ingot with posts on the back. This created a working die that could be used, melted, and remade rather than destroying the main die. The brass knobs on the back helped to fasten the die to the top of the press (fly press or screw press). A thin piece of brass was laid over a plate of lead. Once the die came down, the soft lead backing and pressure would assist in shaping the stamped brass item. The edges would then be trimmed and it appears there is a place where one could have their initial engraved or stamped. You can clearly see the flow lines from use in production on the face of the die. I have looked through a significant number of Massachusetts insignia ranging from Civil War through the Spanish and Indian War. I have not been able to find anything close to matching this piece. I would assume this piece is Civil War period or later but my gut instinct says later. What are your thoughts?

Measures: 3" x 3.5"

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $495.00

Z1780     Original Brass Working Die for a Civil War Breastplate (W.H. Smith Brooklyn Pattern)

Description: Here is an original working die for a Civil War breastplate. This die is made from a piece of solid brass. The main female die is stamped into a brass ingot with posts on the back. This created a working die that could be used, melted, and remade rather than destroying the main die. The brass knobs on the back helped to fasten the die to the top of the press (fly press or screw press). A thin piece of brass was laid over a plate of lead. Once the die came down, the soft lead backing and pressure would assist in shaping the stamped brass item. The edges would then be trimmed, and the back would be filled with lead covering the attachment loops. These types of dies are quite scarce because they would wear down after about a 1,000 or so stampings. They would then be melted and used again. This particular pattern was produced by W.H. Smith of Brooklyn, New York. The die pattern is well known and a lot of plates matching this die have his manufacturing mark on the back. This die is a little larger than our other one (Z1779). The outside edge of the top has been slightly ground down. You can clearly see this die was pressed out of another die as there are several pin marks on the back that are out of line.

Measures: 3.75" x 4"

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $595.00

Z1777     WWII German DJ Leistungsabzeichen Marked M1/120 (Wilhem Deumer Ludenscheid)

Description: Nice DJ proficiency badge in zinc. This one is marked M1/120 and was manfactured by Wilhelm Deumer of Ludenscheid.

Backmark: RZM dm within two circles / M1/120

Measures: 48 mm x 23 mm

Price: $95.00

Z1776     WWII Silverplated German Infantry Assault Badge by "JFS" (Josef Feix & Sohne, Gablonz)

Description: Here is a nice original badge with the crimped ball hinge and crimped flat steel catch. This is the IAB in silver. Unfortunately the main pin has broken off of the back and the piece is ever so slightly curved.

crimped ball hinge and crimped flat steel catch

Backmark: JFS rm within a square

Measures: 62 mm x 48 mm

Price: $110.00

Z1772     Federal 32lb. Spherical Shell with Wooden Fuse Adaptor

Description: Nice shell with a partially visible mold seam. This one is somewhat smooth on one side and a little rough on the other.

Measures: 6.25" in diameter

Recovered: Richmond Area

Reference: Bell Heavy Ordnance Pg. 49-50

Price: $250.00

Z1771     Confederate 3" Long-Sabot Bourreleted Read Common Shell

Description: Scarce shell recovered at the August Arsenal site. This one has the thinner rings, and a high base sabot. The metal has several small casting air bubbles throughout. This one employed a wooden time fuse adaptor which is now missing.  There are still remnants of string below the lower bourrelet and the sabot.

Recovered: Augusta Arsenal, Georgia

Reference: Dickey & George, Field Artillery, (1993 Edition), Pg. 264

Price: $495.00

Z1764     One-Piece Pewter Infantry Button (Reshanked)

Description: Nice excavated button without any chips on the edge. This one has been reshanked but the detail is great!

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 22.13 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: GI41B

Price: $125.00

Y777     Rare Full Packet of .56/60 Spencer Cartridges for the M1865 Spencer Carbine (Joseph Goldmark)

Description: Here is a scarce packet of ammunition. This paper packet contains six sleeves of seven cartridges for the Model 1865 Spencer Carbine. These packets are scarce because the sleeves and packets are wrapped in paper unlike the pasteboard boxes used by Goldmark's competitors. This packet does have some holes around the edges which is quite common for Goldmark packets. There is a tear on the back which can be opened revealing the internal paper sleeves. This box contains an original paper label that reads, "Forty-Two / Metallic Primed Cartridges / For / Spencer Carbine, / CAL. 50, Model 1865. / Made by J. Goldmark, New York, / Manufacturer of / Percussion Caps & Fixed Ammunition."

Reference: RBTRF Vol. II No. 679

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $550.00

Z1763     One-Piece Fifth Regiment of Infantry Officer Button

Description: Scarce button but well worn and appears to be hammered. This one has a "5" stamped into the bottom.

Backmark: New York?

Measures: 26.1 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: GI53R5B

Price: $95.00

Z1761     One Piece Convex Eagle Infantry "I" Button 1830's

Description: Excellent button with detail.

Backmark: "PLATED" / (wreath) , rm between two rings

Measures: 20.83 mm

Recovered: Ref: Albert GI79, Tice GI200D3

Price: $50.00

Z1759     One-Piece Cast Pewter Infantry Button (1811)

Description: Nice excavated button with the shank intact.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.25 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: GI47AV

Price: $50.00

Z1758     One-Piece Convex Pewter Infantry Button

Description: Nice button missing the shank. The convex planchet is slightly out of round.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 15.98 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI45AV

Price: $50.00

Z1757     Third Regiment of Artillerists Coat Button

Description: Here is a 3rd Regiment of artillery coat button that appears to be a water find. This one is missing the shank and has a script "A" on the eagles chest.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 19.92 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: AY34A

Price: $35.00

Z1756     One-Piece Pewter Infantry Cuff Button 1812-1815

Description: Nice foliate Infantry button with the stand up shank. The shank is slightly bent.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.38 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: GI36

Price: $40.00

Z1754     One-Piece Pewter Infantry Button

Description: Nice excavated button with 17 stars surrounding the eagle. The planchet is slightly wavy and the shank is bent over.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 13.85 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: GI46AVC

Price: $75.00

Z1753     One-Piece Artillery Coat Button

Description: Nicely detailed button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: ".*. SUPERIOR.*. / QUALITY" rm between two solid rings

Measures: 19.79 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Tice AY200A8 variant

Price: $50.00

Z1751     One-Piece Pewter Convex Infantry Cuff Button 1815-1821

Description: Decent excavated button. This one has a push on the lower right edge. The stand up shank is intact but bent over. The eagle is holding three arrows in the right talon.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.71 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI38B

Price: $25.00

Z1748     One-Piece Pewter General Service Button 1808-1830

Description: Dug button missing the shank. This is the wide letter version. The planchet is slightly wavy.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.25 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI30AV

Price: $20.00

Z1747     One-Piece Convex Pewter Infantry Button

Description: Nice button with a missing shank. One little scrape on the wing.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.59 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI45AV

Price: $40.00

Z1746     One-Piece Pewter General Service Button 1808-1830

Description: Nice button with the shank intact although bent over.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 13.7 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI30AV

Price: $30.00

Z1745     One-Piece Convex Eagle Artillery "A" Coat Button 1821-1830's

Description: Nice excavated button with a clear backmark and stand up shank. You can slightly see the "A" on the sheild.

Backmark: "UNITED ** STATES **" rm between two rows of dots.

Measures: 18.17 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Tice AY199A17

Price: $45.00

Z1744     One-Piece Pewter Infantry Cuff Button 1821

Description: Nice button, slightly out of shape and the shank is damaged.

Backmark: Blank with two rings

Measures: 14.79 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI77AV

Price: $40.00

Z1743     One-Piece Pewter Infantry Cuff Button 1812-1815

Description: Nice button. The stand up shank is intact although bent.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.32 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI36A3

Price: $40.00

Z1742     One-Piece Pewter General Service Button 1808-1830

Description: Nice flat button missing the shank.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.45 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI30AV

Price: $25.00

Z1741     One-Piece Pewter Infantry Cuff Button

Description: Excavated button with the eagle surrounded by stars. This one has a shank intact although bent.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 13.75 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: GI46AV

Price: $35.00

Z1740     One-Piece Pewter US Army Coat Button 1808-1830

Description: Excavated example with some chipping on the edges. The shank is missing.

Backmark: Blank

Measures:  19.70 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI30A

Price: $20.00

Z1739     One-Piece Pewter Infantry Cuff Button (Reshanked)

Description:  Nice button with detail. The shank has been restored.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 13.91 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: GI46AV

Price: $75.00

Z1736     One-Piece Pewter Infantry Cuff Button 1812-1815

Description: Nice dug example with the stand up shank intact. The shank is ever so slightly bent. This style has the star tip pointing down.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.22 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI36A3

Price: $50.00

Z1735     One-Piece Third Regiment of Artillery Cuff Button 1813-1814

Description: Nice excavated button with the stand up shank intact!

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.53 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's AY38A1

Price: $65.00

Z1734     One-Piece Pewter First Infantry Regiment Cuff Button

Description: Dug example with the eagle over an oval with 1 RT. The button is crusty but hard to find in this size.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.62 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's 32R1C

Price: $50.00

Z1732     One-Piece Pewter Infantry Button 1811

Description: Nice excavated button with the original shank which is squashed.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.33 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI47Av1

Price: $65.00

Z1731     One-Piece Second Regiment of Artillery Cuff Button 1813-1814

Description: Nice button stamped out of center. Shank is missing.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.41 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's AY37

Price: $35.00

Z1729     One-Piece First Regiment of Artillerists Coat Button 1811-1813

Description: Nice excavated button that is missing the shank. This was clearly another button before as it has remnants of a previous backmark.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 22.07 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's AY32A

Price: $60.00

Z1728     One-Piece Light Artillery Cuff Button 1808-1821

Description: Nice button with a dark patina and stand up shank. This style has the arrow going through the oval. The face is pitted due to being a water recovery.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.42 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's AY42

Price: $35.00

Z1727    One-Piece Convex Pewter Infantry Cuff Button 1815-1821

Description: Nice pewter convex button with a bent shank. This one is slightly out of round.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.29 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI38A

Price: $35.00

Z1726     One-Piece Artillery Corps Cuff Button 1814-1821

Description: Nice button that was a water recovery. The bank is missing the shank and there is some paper glued to the back.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.90 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's AY55.AV variant

Price: $25.00

Z1725     One-Piece Pewter US Army Coat Button 1808-1830

Description: Nice war of 1812 US coat button. This one still retains the shank. The planchet is ever so slightly wavy.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 19.72 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI30A

Price: $45.00

Z1724     One-Piece Pewter Convex Infantry Button 1812-1815

Description: Nice excavated button with two small edge chips. This one is missing the shank but retains it's overall shape. The face has an eagle surrounded by United States Infantry with a five pointed star with an oval below.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 21.88 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI41B

Price: $75.00

Z1722     New Hampshire Volunteer Militia Cuff Button (Indian War Era)

Description: Nicely gilted button with a stand up shank and wider rim.

Backmark: "SCOVILL MF'G.CO. / WATERBURY." dm inner ring of dots.

Measures: 15.09 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NH7

Price: $20.00

Z1721     One-Piece Third Regiment of Artillery Cuff Button 1813-1814

Description: Nice button, missing shank, very small dent on the planchet.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.06 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's AY38.1

Price: $40.00

Z1720     One-Piece Low Convex Artillery Coat Button 1820's-1830's

Description: Nice button, loaded with gilt, stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "ROBINSONS / (dot) (star) (dot) EXTRA (dot) (star) (dot) " rm between two pairs of rings

Measures: 18.47 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert AY64, Tice AY199D4

Price: $55.00

Z1719     One-Piece Low Convex Artillery Coat Button 1820's-1830's

Description: Nice button with some gilt remaining. This one has the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "(star) ROBINSONS , JONES & CO (star) A" rm between two rings of solid lines.

Measures: 19.9 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Tice: AY199.D.5

Price: $50.00

Z1718     Early One-Piece Navy Button

Description: Nice button with good detail. Stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: "RICH / (dot) COLOR (dot)" rm between two solid rings.

Measures: 15.39 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NA86.AV variant

Price: $25.00

Z1716     One-Piece Pewter General Service Button 1808-1830

Description: Nice example with clear letters. The planchet is slightly wavy and the shank is missing. 

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 15.59 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI30.AV

Price: $25.00

Z1715     One-Piece Pewter General Service Button 1808-1830

Description: Nice example with clear letters. The planchet is slightly wavy and the shank is missing. 

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 13.55 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI30.AV

Price: $25.00

Z1713     One-Piece Pewter General Service Button 1808-1830

Description: Nice button with clear letters. The planchet is slightly wavy and the shank is missing.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 13.71 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI30.AV

Price: $25.00

Y775     Empty Box for the Model 1865 .56/50 Spencer Carbine Cartridges (C.D.Leet)

Description: Here is a very nice original box that would have originally held 42 .56/50 Spencer Carbine cartridges. This box would hold six sleeves of seven cartridges. The top measures approximately 2" x 4.75" x 2." The bottom measures approximately 2" x 4.5" x 3.25." A combined measurement when the two are together is 2" x 4.75" x 3.5." The label reads, "Forty-Two / Patent Primed / Metallic Cartridges, / Patented September 7, 1852, and April 17, 1860, For Spencer Carbine. -- / Calibre 50-100. / Model 1865. / Manufactured by C.D. Leet, Springfield, Masss." The proprietorship of Charles D. Leet operated out of Springfield, Massachusetts from 1864-1866. This box contains a very nice and readable label. It is important to note, this box was manufactured so the tips of the sleeves would be accessible and stick out a little bit. These boxes are becoming increasingly difficult to find.

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 2 No. 681

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $350.00

Y763     .58 Short Mountain Gatling  Rimfire Cartridge

Description: Nice cartridge. Bullet is slightly offset.

Measures:    OAL 1.824"  CL .966"

Price: $250.00

Y766     .69 Buck n' Ball Paper Cartridge

Description: Excellent .69 Buck n' Ball cartridge. This one is very nice without any damage. It would look great sitting next to your M42 musket!

Measures:    OAL 2.300"

Price: $250.00

Z1710     Federal 3" Schenkl Percussion Fused Shell

Description: Here is an excavated 3" Schenkl shell with the percussion fuse. I think with some work the fuse would clean up a little better. This shell has one larger pit on the nose of the shell with small to moderate pitting throughout. The fuse is not screwed in all of the way and based on the multiple markings on the fuse, the threads may have stripped when it was originally ready to fire. It has been cleaned and coated.

Measures: 2.94" x 9"

Recovered: Unknown

Dickey & George, Field Artillery, (1993 Edition), Pg. 300

Price: $295.00

Z1705     Spanish American War Era Infantry Majors Shoulder Straps

Description: Here is a very nice matching pair of unissued Infantry Majors shoulder straps with a gold leaf at both ends. The embroidered border is surrounded by an inner and outer jaceron border. The main border is completely made of dead or coiled bullion and is approximately 1/4" in width. The leaves are made of dead bullion as well and are on a dark blue field. The back is finished off and there are two attachment clasps at both ends.

Measures: 1 3/8" x 4"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $195.00

Z1702     One Piece Convex Eagle Infantry "I" Button 1830's

Description: Excellent button with detail.

Backmark: "PLATED" / (wreath) , rm between two rings

Measures: 20.65 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Ref: Albert GI79, Tice GI200D3

Price: $45.00

Z1692     Early One-Piece Convex Navy Button

Description:  Here is a nice little Navy button that is still covered in dirt. As you can see, there is plenty of gilt still left on the front and back. The stand up shank is intact. This eagle is surrounded by 15 or 16 six pointed stars.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 13.92 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's NA40's ? 50's?

Price: $125.00

Z1691     Two-Piece Rhode Island State Seal Button

Description: Nice button with a stand up shank intact. This one still has a lot of gilt highlighting the details.

Backmark: "D.EVANS & CO. / .EXTRA" dm

Measures: 15.25 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's RI8, Tice RI203.CS.2.

Price: $30.00

Z1686     Early One-Piece Navy Button

Description: Nice button with the eagle on anchor surrounded by thirteen starts. Stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "RICH / (dot) COLOR (dot)" rm between two solid rings.

Measures: 15.43 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NA86.AV variant

Price: $20.00

Z1685     One-Piece Regiment of Rifleman Button (17 Stars) (Reshanked)

Description: Excavated button with a readable face. This one has been reshanked at some point and they didn't do a good job. Priced accordingly.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 20.17 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's RF13.A1

Price: $65.00

Z1684     One-Piece Massachusetts Militia Button (Early 1800's)

Description: Scarce cuff size button. This one is in great shape with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "TREBLE GILT (dot) / STAND (dot) COL." dm between two solid rings.

Measures: 16.74 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS19, Tice MS036.AS.1

Price: $125.00

Z1678     One-Piece Second Regiment Artillery Button 1813-1814

Description: Nice excavated button with plenty of detail. The shank is missing on this example. There is a small area of paint on the face which could be removed if desired.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 20 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's AY37.A.1

Price: $55.00

Z1676     US Infantry Button 1812-1815

Description: Nice non excavated war of 1812 Infantry button. This one has the wedge shank with the drilled eye. The face has an eagle standing on an oval with "US" on the inside. The eagle is surrounded by stars on the outside.

Backmark: Blank with raised ring of dots.

Measures: 19.85 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $110.00

Z1700     Early 19th Century Powder Horn with Initials

Description: Nice early powder horn with the iron loop on the end. There is a crack on one side as well as a tiny chip out of the spout on this example. The initials E.F.F.H are inscribed on the side in period font and J/I 28 1864 are carved on the side. The script on the side appears to be period without any issues.

Measures: 9" on the outside curve and 2.25" across the top

Price: $75.00 SOLD

Z1697     Regulation 1826 Pattern Eagle Breasplate (W.H.Smith Brooklyn)

Description: Here is a nice excavated eagle breasplate. This one was recovered near Brownsville, Maryland. It is flat and is missing both of the attachment loops. The back is maker marked.

Backmark: "W.H.SMITH / BROOKLYN"

Measures: 65 mm

Recovered: Route 67 Washington County Maryland across from Brownsville October 1994

Price: $150.00

Z1695     Federal Regulation 1839 Pattern US Cartridge Box Plate (E.Gaylord)

Description: Very nice excavated US cartridge box with both iron loops intact. This particular plate is stamped E. Gaylord on the back. This plate is completely flat and has a wonderful patina!

Backmark: "E.GAYLORD"

Measures: 55 mm x 86 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $325.00

Y738     Scarce .36 Bartholow Combustible Paper Cartridge 

Description:  Here is one you don't see everyday. This is the smaller .36 cartridge by Bartholow. The bullet has a small punch hole in the base which differentiates it from your typical .36 Colt Navy. This is the first one of these that I have been able to get my hands on for years. We do have individual bullets for this cartridge available as well if you would like an example.

Measures:    L 1.313""

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 3 No. 773-775

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $150.00

Z1673     Confederate 20lb. Milled Sleeve Read "Common" Shell with Fuse Adaptor

Description: Decent example of a "milled sleeve" read shell. This example was milled near the top and the base leaving the mid section a little larger. This one has light to moderate pitting with some deep pitting here and there. These shell typically employed a wooden fuse adaptor.

Measures: 2.63" x 10.25"

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Dickey & George, Field Artillery, (1993 Edition), Pg. 284

Price: $475.00

Z1672     Confederate 10lb. Read "Common" Shell with Fuse Adaptor

Description: Nice excavated Read shell with the thin wrought iron sabot and copper fuse adaptor. This one has a clear lathe dimple on the base with light pitting. This piece was painted black at one time and some of the paint is coming off in a few spots.

Measures: 2.86" x 8.75"

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Dickey & George, Field Artillery, (1993 Edition), Pg. 243

Price: $350.00

Z1660     Confederate 12lb. Sideloader with a Bormann Replacement Fuse (Case-Shot)

Description: Here is a fairly scarce shell. This shell appears to be a typical case shot. However, instead of using the smaller fuse adaptor, this shell has the rarer Bormann replacement fuse. This shell has been cleaned and coated.

Measures: 4.52"

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $850.00

Z1659     Confederate 12lb. "Common" Shell with Copper Fuse Adaptor

Description: Here is a very nice Confederate shell without the more common sideloader plug. This one has even pitting throughout and has been cleaned and coated. There is a threaded allen key plug in the base which was used for electrolysis. This style of shell is harder to find than the common sideloader types.

Measures: 4.52"

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Dickey & George, Field Artillery, (1993 Edition), Pg.32

Price: $450.00

Z1658     Federal 12lb. "Common" Shell with Bormann Fuse

Description: Here is a nice example of an excavated Bormann fused shell. This is a common shell and does not contain case-shot. The Bormann fuse is sitting high and wasn't screwed in all the way. You can clearly see where the Bormann fuse was punched.

Measures: 4.52"

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Dickey & George, Field Artillery, (1993 Edition), Pg. 35

Price: $325.00

Z1651     Federal 24lb. Coehorn Mortar "Common" Shell

Description: Here is a nice excavated coehorn mortar shell. This shell would have employed a wooden fuse which is now missing. The iron body is solid with some light to moderate pitting in places. This type of shell was meant to explode sending iron fragments into enemy lines.

Measures: 5.69"

Recovered: Petersburg, Virginia

Dickey & George, Field Artillery, (1993 Edition), Pg. 51

Price: $295.00

Z1648     Federal 30lb Schenkl Shell with Percussion Fuse for the 4.2" Parrott Rifle (Long Pattern)

Description: Here is a superb 4.2" Schenkl shell with the original fuse. The iron on this example is very nice and could be cleaned up a little more if desired. This shell is drilled through the knob on the end. The fuse is still intact with the readable patent information. It would be hard to upgrade this example!

Measures: 4.1" x 12.5"

Recovered: Appomattox River, Virginia

Reference: Bell, Heavy Ordnance, Pg. 362

Price: $950.00

Z1637     Federal  10lb. 2.9" Parrott Artillery "Common" Shell (Type I Sabot)

Description: Nice excavated Parrott artillery shell. This one has a partial fuse and appears to be wooden. The iron on this example is strong and the wrought iron sabot has three lands and three grooves.

Measures: 2.85" x 8.5"

Recovered: Fredericksburg, Virginia

Reference: Dickey & George, Field Artillery, (1993 Edition), Pg. 216

Price: $295.00

Z1664     Confederate Short Pattern 3" Broun Shell with Wooden Fuse

Description: Here is a very nice excavated Broun shell that still retains its original wooden fuse adaptor. This unfired example has moderate pitting and has been cleaned and coated.

Measures: 2.9" x 7.5"

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Dickey & George, Field Artillery, (1993 Edition), Pg. 132

Price: $495.00

Z1661     Federal 3" Hotchkiss Common Shell with Percussion Fuse (Type I)

Description: Here is a very nice excavated Hotchkiss shell with a percussion fuse. You can still see some of the patent information on the fuse. This shell has great metal with minor pitting and the lead sabot is fully intact without issues.

Measures: 2.9" x 6.25"

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Dickey & George, Field Artillery, (1993 Edition), Pg. 166

Price: $395.00

Z1654     Confederate 12lb. Polygonal Cavity Spherical Shell

Description: Here is a very nice polygonal cavity shell that has been cleaned and coated. The interior of these shells is segmented and was to break into uniform shapes upon explosion. This one is in very nice shape with very small uniform pitting along with a couple of period dings.

Measures: 4.52"

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Dickey & George, Field Artillery, (1993 Edition), Pg. 30

Price: $425.00

Y712     Patented .54 Hunt and Jennings Self Propelled Cartridge

Description: Here is a very scarce .54 Hunt and Jennings Rocket Ball Cartridge. This was patented by Walter Hunt in 1848. The powder is encapsulated behind the cork on the base. You can clearly see that the cork/interior of the bullet has swollen around the bottom section and been glued back in. This variant doesn't have the patent date on the side and there are a few different length varieties that were produced. This one is a little rougher than the last one we sold and is priced accordingly.

Measures:    D   L   C

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 3 No. 1045/1046

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $175.00

Z1656     Confederate Ammo Packet for Six .45 Colt Army Cartridges (Richmond Laboratory)

Description: Here is an original wooden ammunition pack produced at the Richmond Laboratory for the Confederacy. The original wooden block contains only a piece of the original label. The entire label would have read, "6 Cartridges / Colt's Army Pistol / C.S. Laboratory, Richmond, Va.." One end of the block is missing showing the opening for the cartridge. This block comes with two original .44 Colt cartridge remnants.

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Percussion Ammunition Packets by Malloy,Thomas,White Pg. 87

Price: $395.00

Z1655     Confederate 12lb. Polygonal Cavity Spherical Shell

Description: Here is a very nice polygonal cavity shell that has been cleaned and coated. The interior of these shells is segmented and was to break into uniform shapes upon explosion. This one is in decent shape with some rough pitting here and there.

Measures: 4.52"

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Dickey & George, Field Artillery, (1993 Edition), Pg. 30

Price: $395.00

Z1647     Federal 20lb. "Chill Nose" Solid  Bolt with Brass Ring Sabot

Description: Here is a nice 20lb "chill nose/bottle nose" Parrott bolt from the Port Hudson area. The metal on this example is better than most I have seen from the area. The brass ring sabot is still intact showing five lands and grooves.

Measures: 3.62" x 8.75"

Recovered: Port Hudson, Louisiana

Reference: Dickey & George, Field Artillery, (1993 Edition), Pg. 230

Price: $295.00

Z1646    Federal 30lb. "Chill Nose" Solid  Bolt with Rabbeted Brass Band Sabot

Description: Very nice fired 30lb. "chill nose" Parrot Bolt. This one has very nice iron throughout. There is a small air bubble in the nose from manufacturing. This one still retains its original sabot showing five lands and grooves.

Measures: 4.1" x 10"

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Bell, Heavy Ordnance, Pg. 274

Price: $425.00

Z1645     Confederate 24lb. Coehorn Mortar Shell

Description: Nice Confederate 24lb. coehorn mortar shell. These smaller coehorn mortars were produced by the Confederacy and are thought to have been produced at the Tredegar Iron Works. This example has tong holes on both sides of the fuse hole. This aided in correctly placing the shell in the bore of the mortar. This one has been cleaned and coated for your enjoyment.

Measures: 5.68" in diameter

Recovered: Petersburg, Virginia

Reference: Dickey & George, Field Artillery, (1993 Edition), Pg. 50

Price: $850.00

Z1636     Federal 3.67" Schenkl Shell

Description: This is an excavated Federal "Football" style Schenkl shell from Port Hudson. The fuse is intact and somewhat readable. The body is lightly pitted on the nose section and heavily pitted towards the base. The drill hole on this one has been filled with a resin or epoxy. 

Measures: 3.6" x 8.5"

Recovered: Port Hudson, Louisiana

Reference: Dickey & George, Field Artillery, (1993 Edition), Pg.308

Price: $450.00

Z1635     Confederate 3" Short-Nose Mullane/Tennessee Common Shell

Description: Here is a very nice bourreleted Mullane shell. This one has been cleaned and coated. This one does come with a correct sabot but it may note be original to the shell. You can clearly see lathe marks on the rings and the lathe dog is still intact. The tapered wooden fuse is still intact as are the iron rods on the base. The middle bolt is missing on this example.

Measures: 2.94" x 8"

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Dickey & George, Field Artillery, (1993 Edition), Pg. 203

Price: $575.00

Z1633     Federal 2.9" Solid Flat Top Bolt for a 10lb Parrott Rifle (Type III Sabot)

Description: Very nice minty flat top bolt for the 10lb. Parrott rifle. This unfired example has been cleaned and coated for your enjoyment. It could almost pass for a non excavated example as you can see lathe marks on the side of the body near the base. The brass sabot is in excellent condition and you can see where the sprue was chiseled off of the nose. While the exact provenance on this example is unknown, the majority of them are recovered from Vicksburg, Mississippi.

Measures: 2.86" x 6.63"

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Dickey & George, Field Artillery, (1993 Edition), Pg. 222

Price: $695.00

Z1632     Federal 2.9" Solid Flat Top Bolt for a 10lb Parrott Rifle (Type I Sabot)

Description: Here is an excavated Parrott bolt with the tapered iron sabot showing three lands and three grooves. The metal on this shell is in nice condition with a few pitted areas. Use of these particular bolts is rare and I would say the majority of them have been recovered from Vicksburg and Petersburg.

Measures: 2.85" x 6.6"

Recovered: Vicksburg, Mississippi

Reference: Dickey & George, Field Artillery, (1993 Edition), Pg. 215

Price: $545.00

Z1652     One-Piece US Official Diplomatic Button

Description:  Here is a very nice example with plenty of gilt. The one as a perfect stand up shank.

Backmark: "TREBLE GILT" rm with stars

Measures: 24.3 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's OD 7

Price: $395.00

Z1643     One-Piece Militia Button with Border

Description: Scarce pattern with the thicker border. This example is missing the shank.

Backmark: "BEST PLATED / LONDON" dm

Measures: 21.82 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI57

Price: $75.00

Z1642     One-Piece Caster Pewter Infantry "I" Button 

Description:  Nice excavated button with the stand up shank intact. These are tough buttons to find in decent shape.

Backmark: "ARMITAGE / PHILa" rm

Measures: 18.82 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's 74.A.1

Price: $75.00

Z1640     One-Piece US Infantry Button 1815-1821

Description: Excavated coat button that is slightly flattened out. The shank is missing on this example and the backmark is visible.

Backmark: "*CRUMPTON* PHILA" rm

Measures: 19.43 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI38

Price: $45.00

Z1639     One-Piece Regiment of Artillerists Cuff Button 1811-1813

Description: Nice excavated button. This one appears to be a water find and still has the stand up shank although it's slightly bent.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.71 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's AY33

Price: $30.00

Z1630     Large .60+ Scissor Bullet Mold

Description: Non excavated scissor mold for a roundball that is approximately .64. This one opens and closes and has a "13" stamped into the handle.

Measures: 7" in length

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $55.00

Y706     Box of 10 .50-45 Cadet/Carbine Rounds Produced at the Frankford Arsenal

Description: Full correct box with 10 .50-45 rounds. These were produced at the Frankford Arsenal.

Measures:    3" x 2" x 1/14"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $395.00

Z1625     Confederate Bridle Cutter Pike Tip

Description: Nice excavated example with a slightly tweaked blade. This one has some flaking around the socket. Nice inexpensive example.

Measures: 18" in length

Recovered: Wilmington & Manchester Railroad, South Carolina 1980

Price: $395.00

Y705     Full Box of 10 .56/50 Spencer Carbine Blank Rounds (Frankford Arsenal 1870)

Description: Nice complete box with the original label and pull string.

Measures: 3" x 1 1/8" x 1"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $75.00

Z1623     Eagle Breastplate, Regulation 1826 Pattern

Description: Nice excavated eagle breastplate. This one still has the two iron loops on the back. Nearly all of the lead solder remains. There are two minor issues around the edge of the plate.

Backmark: None

Measures: 65 mm

Recovered: Fredericksburg, Virginia

Price: $165.00

Z1622     Federal Regulation 1839 Pattern Waist Belt Plate (Arrow Hooks)

Description: Here is an excavated waist belt plate with all of the attachment hooks intact. There are two small freeze cracks to the face of the plate. The left edge of the plate has some lead loss and rim damage.

Backmark: None

Measures: 58 mm x 88 mm

Recovered: Catlett, Virginia

Price: $165.00

Z1621     Federal Regulation 1839 Pattern US Cartridge Box Plate

Description: Nice excavated cartridge box plate with both iron loops intact. This one has Bill Gavin's tag on the back. There is one period cut to the lead on the back. The tag reads, "Fussell's Mill, VA. Aug '64 Aug '55.

Backmark: None

Measures: 56 mm x 88 mm

Recovered: Fussell's Mill, Virginia August 1955 by Bill Gavin

Price: $250.00

Y692     Excavated .44 Ballard Rifle Cartridge (Published Example)

Description: Nice excavated example. This is the exact one published in Dean Thomas's Round Ball to Rimfire Vol. II on page 279.

Measures:    L 1.59

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 2 No. 593

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $60.00

Y690     .577 Enfield Cartridge (English Manufacture/Green Band)

Description: Here is a minty English manufactured Enfield cartridge with the green band around the top. You can clearly see the tallow on the bullet end with the cut down the side which was done during manufacturing.

Measures:    L 3.093"

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 4. No. 462

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $250.00

Z1619     War of 1812 Infantry Officer's Button

Description: Excellent button with some tarnished silver on the face. The stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: "WARRANTED / SUPERFINE" rm on ribbon

Measures: 24.45 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Abert's GI51I

Price: $575.00

Z1617     One-Piece Convex Pewter US Infantry Button

Description: Very nice dug button with the iron shank intact. This one has clear detail and very little edge loss.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 21.25 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI42

Price: $250.00

Z1616     One-Piece First Regiment Artillery Button 1813-1814

Description: Nice button with clear detail and a missing shank.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 20 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's AY36

Price: $65.00

Z1613     One-Piece Convex Pewter US Infantry Button (Reshanked)

Description: Nice one-piece pewter button with "US" under the eagle and "United States Infantry" on the outside. This one has been coated on the front and has been reshanked. Nice detail with readable letters.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 22.48 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI42. A

Price: $165.00

Z1612     One-Piece Convex Infantry Coat Button

Description: Nice button with crisp detail and a stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "YOUNG . SMITH & CO / *N.York*

Measures: 19.89 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI79, Tice Unlisted

Price: $55.00

Z1611     One-Piece Second U.S. Regiment Infantry Button 1798-1802

Description: Nice excavated button with clear lettering and a crisp "2." This one still has the shank which is bent over. This one has a crisp edge and the planchet is slightly wavy.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 20.73 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Abert's GI28.R2C

Price: $165.00

Z1610     Pewter One-Piece Convex United States Infantry Button

Description: Very nice button with detail, clear letters, and no edge loss. This one is missing the iron shank. This one appears it could be lightly coated.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 21.80 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI41B

Price: $125.00

Z1609     Two Bullets in One Piece of Wood

Description: Here is a nice long example of bullets in wood. This piece has two bullets in wood sticking out. The overall length is 45"

Measures: 45" in Length

Recovered: Dinwiddie, Virginia

Price: $325.00

Y672     Samuel Gardiner's Patent .58 Explosive Bullet "Musket Shell" Mac Mason Art

Description: Here is an early excavated .58 Gardiner "Explosive" bullet. This is an excavated example without any of the patent information around the bottom rim. However, this one has the artistic writing of Mac Mason on the side. Mac's artifacts are collectible in their own right due to his precision writing skills on a lot of different artifacts.

Measures:    D .572  L 1.115 

Cavity: Nozzle

Reference: TT#154A

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $225.00

Y667    Rare .69 French Pattern Bullet (Lovell Cavity)

Description: Very nice and hard to find bullet known as the lovell cavity.

Measures:    D .684  L .890  C .531

Cavity: Elliptical

Reference: TT#196

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $150.00

Y676     Opened Original Packet for 6 .36 Revolving Belt Pistol Cartridges, Colt's Cartridge Works.

Description: Here is an original packet for .36 Colt ammunition made at the Colt's Cartridge Works in Hartford, Connecticut. Unfortunately, this piece was heavily lacquered at one time, and some of the lacquer has been removed. If you don't want to pay the price for a full pack this one is for you. It would display nicely next to your gun with a couple of cartridges.

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Malloy, Thomas, and White Pg. 12

Price: $175.00

Y675     Opened Original Packet for 6 .36 Revolving Belt Pistol Cartridges, Colt's Cartridge Works.

Description: Here is an original packet for .36 Colt ammunition made at the Colt's Cartridge Works in Hartford, Connecticut. Unfortunately, this piece was heavily lacquered at one time. None of the cartridges remain at this time. However, in the first slot there is still a .36 bullet that is trapped by the original metal wire. If you don't want to pay the price for a full pack this one is for you. It would display nicely next to your gun with a couple of cartridges.

Measures:

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Malloy, Thomas, and White Pg. 12

Price: $195.00

Z1575     Excavated Federal Poncho Hook

Description: Extremely nice excavated poncho hook with the iron hook still attached. This one is one is loaded with gilt on the face.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 19.09 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $95.00

Z1606     One-Piece Pewter US Infantry Button

Description: Nice one-piece pewter button with "US" under the eagle and "United States Infantry" on the outside. The back is silvered.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 21.36 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI42.A

Price: $165.00

Z1605     One-Piece Convex Artillery "A" Button

Description: Nice excavated early style Artillery button with the shank intact.

Backmark: "R.R. /.*.*.*.*.*.*" rm between two solid rings

Measures: 18.74 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Tice 206.A5

Price: $50.00

Z1604     Early Two-Piece Eagle "D" Dragoons Cuff Button

Description: Nice dug button with a stand up shank.

Backmark: SCOVILL

Measures: 14.05 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $30.00

Z1599     One-Piece Artillery Coat Button 1808-1821

Description: Nice excavated button with detail. This one is missing the shank.

Backmark: Warranted Treble ???

Measures: 23.38 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's AY51B

Price: $45.00

Z1598     War of 1812 One-Piece Convex Officer's Cuff Button

Description: Nice button in the hard to find size!

Backmark: "ARMITAGE PHILa" rm

Measures: 15.12 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI51G

Price: $95.00

Z1595     War of 1812 One-Piece Officer's Button

Description: Well worn officer's button with a hole punched through it. The shank is missing.

Backmark: Unreadable

Measures: 24.04 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: GI51.J

Price: $50.00

Z1592     One-Piece Federal Artillery Button Eagle on Cannon 1808-1821

Description: Excellent button with a beautiful backmark and stand up shank.

Backmark: "(dot) STANDARD TREBLE GILT (dot) / LONDON" dm

Measures: 20.35 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's AY52V

Price: $125.00

Z1591     One-Piece Convex War of 1812 11th Regiment Coat Button

Description: Excavated button missing the shank and most of the silver plating on the front. This button is marked "11" below the eagle.

Backmark: Unreadable

Measures: 21.41 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI53R11D

Price: $95.00

Z1588     One-Piece Pewter Second United States Infantry Regiment Button 1798-1802

Description: Nice excavated 2nd US regimental button with very little edge loss. The top of the button has been carved and the shank is missing.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 20.49 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI28.R2C

Price: $150.00

Z1583     One-Piece Pewter Convex Infantry Coat Button 1815-1821

Description: Nice excavated button with the original shank. The shank on this example is pushed.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 17.91 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: GI38.Av

Price: $65.00

Z1580     One-Piece Pewter Sixth United States Infantry Regiment Button 1798-1802

Description: Nice excavated 6th US regimental button. This one has one very tiny chip on the edge and has been coated. The shank is perfect and vertical. This could almost pass as a non excavated button.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 19.81 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $195.00

Z1579     One-Piece Pewter US Army General Service Coat Button (Reshanked) 1808-1830

Description: Nice excavated pewter button. This one was reshanked at some point.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 19.65 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI30A

Price: $35.00

Z1578     One-Piece Convex US Infantry Button (reshanked)

Description: Nice button with plenty of detail and wear. This one has been professionally reshanked.

Backmark: Ring of dots

Measures: 21.29 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI40 V

Price: $125.00

Z1576     War of 1812 Infantry Officer's Button (Peasley)

Description: Hard to find button with some silver plating left. This one has the Peasley backmark and is missing the shank.

Backmark: "*A.M.PEASLEY* / BOSTON" rm overstamped.

Measures: 22.3 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI51.J

Price: $475.00

Z1574     One-Piece War of 1812 Second Regiment Button

Description: Excellent and hard to find excavated button. This one still has silver in all of the right places.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 23.28 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's 53.R2A

Price: $350.00

Z1571     Rare 28th Pennsylvania "Bucks" Button

Description: This button pictures a running buck with Pennsylvania on the top and "28" in a circle below. These buttons are thought to have been produced in the early 1800's and are extremely scarce with only a few known to exist. There is one pictured in Albert's reference book and a hand drawn example in Tice's reference book. Very little is known about this button. The 28th Pennsylvania mustered into service at the beginning of the American Civil War.

Backmark: "R.MARTIN" rm

Measures: 20.47 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's PA33, Tice PA033.A.1

Price: $1,750.00

Z1570     One-Piece Massachusetts Independent Corps of Cadets Button 1816

Description:  Nice non excavate button missing the shank. This one still has some gilt left. This button features an eagle holding a ribbon that reads, "E Pluribus Unum. The motto on the tops reads, "Monstrat Viam" and the motto below reads, "Independent Cadets."

Backmark: "E.ARMFIELD & SON / (dot) BIRMINGHAM (dot)" rm

Measures: 24.81 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS60A, Tice MS116V

Price: $225.00

Z1566     Pewter One-Piece Convex United States Infantry Button

Description: Very nice excavated button with the original curvature and no rim loss. The iron shank has rusted away.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 20.39 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI41.B

Price: $125.00

Z1560     One-Piece Militia Coat Button

Description: Heavily silvered button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: EXTRA STRONG PLATED

Measures: 21.89 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI59

Price: $60.00

Z1559     One-Piece Convex Eagle Artillery "A" Button

Description: Very nice specimen with the larger "A" on the shield. It appears this one was coated in laquer many years ago.

Backmark: Blank with Solid Ring

Measures: 19.91 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's 67.A.1.

Price: $50.00

Z1555     One Piece New York Militia Button

Description: Nice early convex New York Militia button. This one is plated and the shank is intact although bent.

Backmark: "(dot) TREBLE (dot) / (dot) PLATED (dot) rm

Measures: 19.33 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY12, Tice NY

Price: $75.00

Z1554     US Infantry One-Piece Cast Pewter Infantry Button 1815-1821

Description: Excellent non excavated pewter eagle button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "EAGLE / FACTORY" rm

Measures: 18.6 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI38A2

Price: $150.00

Z1552     Early One-Piece Militia Button

Description: Scarce early gilted militia button with the stand up shank!

Backmark: "********" rm between two rings of dots stamped over a Scovill's Treble Gilt bm.

Measures: 19.79 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI65B

Price: $175.00

Z1551     One-Piece Third Regiment Artillery Button 1811-1813

Description: Nice excavated button with a pleasing patina. This one has a blank back and the shank is missing.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 21 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's AY38A.1

Price: $85.00

Z1549     One-Piece New York Militia Button

Description: Exceptional dug button that is loaded with detail and the stand up shank is intact although bent over. It appears there is additional silver wash under the verdigris on the back. While not a rare button, they are extremely hard to get in excellent dug condition.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 24.29 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's NY9, Tice NY040.A1

Price: $275.00

Z1548     One-Piece Ordnance Department Button 1812-1821

Description: Rare Ordnance Corps button dug many years ago. You can clearly see a backmark on the back but it's unreadable. Shank is missing.

Backmark: Unreadable

Measures: 19.44 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's OC1, Tice ORD100

Price: $195.00

Z1546     One-Piece Low-Convex General Service Militia Button 1820's-1830's

Description: Nice silver plated early militia button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "(dot) BEST PLATEd (dot) / LONDON" rm between two solid rings

Measures: 19.69 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI67

Price: $55.00

Z1545     One-Piece Massachusetts Militia Button 1820's

Description: Nice example of an early Massachusetts button. This one has the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "WARRENTED / (wreath) / TREBLE / PLATED" dm

Measures: 22.81 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS27, Tice MS110.A.2.

Price: $55.00

Z1542     One-Piece New York Militia Button

Description: Finely silvered button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "(dot) SUPERIOR (dot) / PLATED" dm between two solid rings.

Measures: 22.47 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY10, Tice NY100.A.21

Price: $65.00

Z1541     One-Piece New York Militia Button

Description: Nicely gilted New York militia button with a slightly tweeked shank.

Backmark: "IMPERIAL / *ORANGEGILT" dm between two solid rings

Measures: 22.2 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY10, Tice NY100 (Unlisted Backmark)

Price: $55.00

Z1540     One-Piece New York Militia Button

Description:  Nice non excavated button with the stand up shank.

Backmark: "EXTRA / RICH COLOR" dm with wreath

Measures: 22.51 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY10, Tice NY100.A.1.

Price: $55.00

Z1536     One-Piece Convex Eagle Infantry "I" Button 1830's

Description: Nice example with the stand up shank intact. This example has the elongated shield.

Backmark: "YOUNG. SMITH & CO / (dot) New (dot) York (dot) " rm between two rings of dots

Measures: 20.17 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI79, Tice GI200.B.5.

Price: $50.00

Z1535     One-Piece Convex Eagle Artillery "A" Button 1830's

Description: Nice button with a stand up shank. This backmark is a little harder to find.

Backmark: "A. W. SPIES / (dot) (star) (dot) RICH (dot) (star) (dot)" rm

Measures: 20.94 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert AY64, Tice AY199.D.9

Price: $60.00

Z1534     One-Piece New York Militia Button

Description: Nice button with plenty of tarnished silver plating. This one has the stand up shank but it's slightly bent.

Backmark: "TREBLE PLATED" dm with wreath

Measures: 21.75 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY10, Albert's NY100.A.34

Price: $55.00

Z1526     One Piece US Infantry Button 1815-1821

Description: Nice pewter one-piece low convex button with a bent shank. These buttons picture an eagle holding a shield with a script "I" in the middle.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 14.3 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI38.AV

Price: $35.00

Z1524     One-Piece Federal Artillery Button Eagle on Cannon 1808-1821

Description: Nice non excavated gilted button. The right side is a little darker. This one has the eagle perched on the cannon with three larger cannonballs below.

Backmark: "*.IMPERIAL.* / .STANDARD." rmdc

Measures: 21.86 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's AY52B

Price: $125.00

Z1523     One-Piece Federal Artillery Button Eagle on Cannon 1808-1821

Description: Excellent quality and highly gilted button produced in England. The stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: "RICH QUALITY / LONDON" (seven stars around shank with an outer solid ring) rm

Measures: 23.26 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's AY51

Price: $125.00

Z1519     Confederate North Carolina Sunburst Button

Description: Here is a nice button that you just don't see everyday in non excavated condition. Unfortunately, it appears to have had the shank removed and it may have been lightly hammered at one time. Without the damage and shank, this would be a pricey button.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 22.8 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NC16, Tice NC242

Price: $175.00

Z1517     First Regiment Officer's Button, War of 1812

Description: Scarce button in nice shape readable detail. The shank has been removed on this example and a hole has been drilled through the top.

Backmark: "*TREBLE (dot) PLATED*" rm with eagle.

Measures: 24 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's 53R1.Variant

Price: $295.00

Z1516     War of 1812 Infantry Officer's Button

Description: Here is an outstanding example of a high quality silvered button. This one is in great shape and still retains nearly all of the original silver plating on the front. The back has a crisp backmark and the stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: "WARRANTED / SUPERFINE" rm on ribbon

Measures: 24.27 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Abert's GI51I

Price: $650.00

Z1511     One-Piece Militia Button

Description: Nicely silvered early militia buttons with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "SUPERIOR / .STRONGPLATED." dm between solid rings

Measures: 21.67 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's GI59

Price: $60.00

Z1510     One-Piece First Regiment Light Artillery Button 1808-1821

Description: This button appears to be a non excavated example or perhaps a water find. The face has been cleaned but the details are sharp!

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 20.04 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated?

Reference: Albert's AY41C

Price: $95.00

Z1503     One-Piece First Regiment Artillery Button 1813-1814

Description: Nice excavated example with a great backmark. This one is missing the shank.

Backmark: "LEAVENWORTH HAYDEN & SCOVILL *" rm

Measures: 20.04 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's AY36.A

Price: $75.00

Z1501     One Piece U.S. General Service Button 1808-1830

Description:  Nice excavated general service button with US on a plain field. This one still has the shank attached although bent.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 13.79 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI30

Price: $30.00

Z1499     One-Piece Second U.S. Regiment Infantry Button 1798-1802

Description: Very nice pewter US 2nd regimental button with the shank. The pewter on the face still has some shine. The pewter is solid unlike most dug examples and the entire motif is visible. The shank is slightly bent on this example and the face is everso wavy. If you like top notch early buttons, this one is for you!

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 20.59 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI28.R2

Price: $275.00

Z1495     One-Piece Massachusetts Militia Button

Description: Excellent button with a crisp backmark and stand up shank

Backmark: "RICH QUALITY / (DOT) LONDON (DOT)" dm between solid rings

Measures: 24.63 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS19, Tice MS036.A.3

Price: $75.00

Z1494     One-Piece New York Militia Button Eagle Over Excelsior

Description: Here is a nice button with the London backmark. This one is silver plated and has tarnished quite nicely. The stand up shank is intact and the back still retains some of the silver wash.

Backmark: "TREBLE PLATED / .*. (PLUMES) .*. LONDON"

Measures: 22.36 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NY10, Tice NY100

Price: $75.00

Z1490     One-Piece Virginia State Seal Button

Description: Nice non excavated low-convex Virginia state seal button. This one has a crisp backmark, nice patina, and is missing the shank.

Backmark: "YOUNG. SMITH & CO / (dot) New (dot) York (dot) " rm between two rings of dots

Measures: 22.41 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert VA2D, Tice VA105

Price: $165.00

Z1489     One-Piece Massachusetts Militia Button (Silvered)

Description: Very nice silvered Massachusetts militia button with the "Warranted / Treble / Plated" backmark. The stand up shank is intact. The silvering on the face is very nice but tarnished.

Backmark: "WARRANTED (two branches tied with ribbon) / TREBLE / PLATED" dm with two rings between inscription"

Measures: 24.66 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS19, TICE MS36.A.8

Price: $110.00

Z1487     One-Piece Massachusetts Militia Button by Peasley & Robinson 1815-1825

Description:  Here is a very nice gilted Massachusetts button manufactured by Aaron Peasley and Richard Robinson. The motif on the face has an Indian standing on an open oval field with a star in the sky. The backmark on this particular example is stamped over an earlier Robinson's backmark.

Backmark: "****************" rmdc with two inner rings.

Measures: 22.27 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's MS 20, Tice MS100.C1.Variant

Price: $195.00

Z1464     Colt's Patent .44 Army Revolver Mold

Description: Here is a Colt's Patent bullet mold for the .44 Army revolver. The pin in the side has been replaced with a screw. This one has "LPC" stamped into the base. The interior cavity is clean but the bullet cavern appears to be heavily used.

Measures: 5.25"

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $95.00

Z1462     Naturally Segmented Half of a 3.5" Britten Shell

Description: Here is approximately 1/2 of a 3.5" Britten shell. This one is still rusty and could be cleaned up. You can clearly see the segmented interior which was to break apart upon explosion. This has two pieces. The main body holds the sabot and there is a small piece of the sidewall.

Measures: 3.5" x 6.5"

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $195.00

Y651     Original Complete Pack of 10 .58 Paper Civil War Cartridges and Percussion Caps

Description: Very nice original packet of 10 .58 paper cartridges for the Springfield musket. This packet is in very nice condition without any rips, tears, or holes. Inside of the paper packet are 10 .58 cartridges along with a packet of percussion caps. Just as issued. This would make an excellent display piece for any ammo or gun collection.

Measures:    3" x 3"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $875.00

Y631     .69 Buck n' Ball Paper Cartridge

Description: Here is another nice .69 Buck n' Ball cartridge. This cartridge contained 1 .69 Musketball and 3 .31 Buckshot. The paper is worn over one of the ball exposing it. There is also a very small pinhole near the edge of the bottom.

Measures:    L 2.398"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $225.00

Z1456     Federal Model 1874 Belt with a Hagner 1872 Pattern New Jersey National Guard Buckle

Description: Here is a nice M74 belt with a heavily gilted New Jersey Hagner buckle. The buckle may not have been original to this belt but fits nicely. The leather is still soft and pliable with some crazing. There are two parts on the buckle where there appears to have been an attachment at one time. I'm not sure if they were meant for a hanger strap or shoulder strap. Near the adjustor hook, there is a light maker's mark that I can't quite make out. The initials "R.D.W." are written on the inside of the rig. This set would make a nice addition to any late 1800's Indian War or Spanish American War collection.

Measures: 46" without buckle

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $195.00

Z1452     Federal Eagle "D" Dragoon Overcoat Button

Description: Excellent large size Dragoon button for the overcoat. This one has the stand up shank intact without any pushes, dents, or cracks.

Backmark: "W.G. MINTZER. / PHILd.." between outer solid ring and inner ring of dots, dm

Measures: 22.34mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $125.00

Z1450     Federal Eagle "D" Dragoon Cuff Button

Description: Very nice cuff or sleeve button with gilt. The stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: "HORSTMAN & CO. / .NY" Two interior rings with lines, dm.

Measures: 16mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: DR215 A7.

Price: $65.00

Z1447     One Piece Federal Navy button, Eagle Facing Left Over Upright Anchor

Description: Nice pre war cuff button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "RICH / (dot) COLOR (dot)" between two solid rings, rm.

Measures: 15.25mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Ref: NA86V

Price: $30.00

Z1446     One Piece Federal Navy button, Eagle Facing Left Over Upright Anchor

Description: Nice cuff size button with the stand up shank intact. This one has a nice patina and easily readable backmark.

Backmark: "WARRANTED/ (dot) SUPERIOR (dot)" between two solid rings, dm.

Measures: 15.86mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: NA86AV

Price: $30.00

Z1445     One Piece Federal Navy button, eagle with anchor on shield, 1820's-1830's

Description: Excellent dug button with gilt in all of the right places. The shank is slightly bent and the back could clean up more if desired.

Backmark: "WILLIAM (dot) WALLIS / (dot) EXTRA (dot) RICH" rm between two rings

Measures: 22.54mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: NA62

Price: $130.00

Z1444     One Piece Federal Navy button, Eagle Facing Left Over Upright Anchor

Description: Excellent pre Civil War Navy button with plenty of gilt in all the right places.

Backmark: "LEWIS & TOMBS / *EXTRA RICH*/ No 1

Measures: 22.69mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert's NA88V

Price: $195.00

Z1443     One Piece Federal Navy button, Eagle Facing Left Over Upright Anchor

Description: Very nice pre Civil War Navy button with a harder to find backmark. The stand up shank is slightly bent and the button has plenty of gilt.

Backmark: "A.W.SPIES./FOR SEA SERVICE/IM" rm

Measures: 22.97mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: NA87A2

Price: $195.00

Y621     .54 Burnside Cartridges

Description: Here is a grouping of .54 Burnside cartridges that came out of an original packet. These are just as found, missing the paper.

Measures:    L 2.37"

Reference: TT#89

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $75.00 Each

Z1442     Connecticut State Seal Coat Button

Description: Nice excavated coat button recovered from the camp of the 11th Connecticut. This camp was used after the Battle of South Mountain and before Antietam. The face has a large push in the middle The stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: Illegible

Measures: 23.21mm

Recovered: Camp of the 11th Connecticut near Boonsboro, Maryland.

Price: $35.00

Z1440     Federal Regulation 1839 Pattern Waist Belt Plate (Arrow Hooks / Maker Marked)

Description: Here is another maker marked US waist belt plate. This one has a deep "T.J.SHEPARD" marking and a very light "BOYD & SONS" marking with only a few visible letters. This mid to late war plate has a dark patina with some verdigris highlights. The plate retains it's original shape and curvature. The hook assembly is made out of brass and is of the arrow hook variety. The back retains nearly all of the lead solder with a few small pitted areas. There is one small dot on the "U" where there is a ding.

Backmark: "BOYD & SONS/BOSTON" and "T.J.SHEPARD"

Measures: 56mm x 86mm

Recovered: Petersburg, Virginia

Reference: O'Donnell & Campbell Pg. 309

Price: $295.00

Z1435     Iron Scissor Roundball Mold

Description: Period scissor mold. The iron handles are bent. This one is .30 ish caliber. This one has "288" stamped into one of the handles.

Measures: 5"

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $40.00

Z1428     Excavated .69 Ball Wiper

Description: Very nice excavated variant of a .69 ball wiper. This one has been cleaned and coated.

Measures: 1.449"

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $25.00

Z1427     Excavated .69 Ball Wiper

Description: Nice excavated .69 wiper for a musket. This one has been cleaned and coated.

Measures: .966"

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $20.00

Z1421     Excavated Colt Revolver Combination "L" Tool

Description: Nice excavated tool that has been cleaned and coated. This one employed a screwdriver on one end and a cone wrench on the other.

Measures: 1.5" x 3"

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $25.00

Z1419     Excavated Combination Wiper and Ball Screw for a .69 Musket

Description: Here is a nice excavated combination screw and worm. This one has a large brass base without any markings. This variant has been cleaned and coated.

Measures: .676" x 1.5"

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $35.00

Y584     Original Complete Pack of 10 .58 Paper Civil War Cartridges and Percussion Caps

Description: Very nice original packet of 10 .58 paper cartridges for the Springfield musket. This packet is in very nice condition without any rips or tears. Inside of the paper packet are 10 .58 cartridges along with a packet of percussion caps. Just as issued. This would make an excellent display piece for any ammo or gun collection.

Measures: 3" x 3"

Price: $875.00

Y582     Complete Full Box of 12mm Pinfire Revolver Cartridges by Charles Fusnot of Brussels, Belgium

Description: Here is an excellent full box of 12mm pinfire cartridges manufactured by Charles Fusnot of Brussels. This box contains (25) 12mm pinfire cartridges packed in the original red sawdust. The printed label is still legible. The seams on the box are sturdy with some slight cracks here and there. If you own a 12mm pinfire revolver, this would definitely enhance your display.

Reference: Reference: RBTRF Vol. 4 No. 948

Price: $395.00

Z1290     CDV of Josiah Quincy III (1772-1864) by Whipple of Boston

Description: Nice CDV of Josiah Quincy III. Quincy was a very popular political figure. He was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, President of Harvard University, and the Mayor of Boston.

Backmark: "Whipple, 96 Washington Street, Boston."

Measures: 2.5" x 4.25"

Price: $65.00

Z1410     Non Excavated Confederate Block "I" Infantry Button with Border

Description: Excellent button that's hard to find in non excavated condition. This one has an excellent lathed rim and integral shank.

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 23.44 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert CS184A, Tice CSI275A1.

Price: $475.00

Z1409     Period Envelope with Stamp

Description: Addressed to the Paymaster - U.S. Army New York

Measures: 3" x 5.25"

Price: $20.00

Z1407      Remember Ellsworth Patriotic Cover/Envelope

Description: Nice envelope with light foxing. This one has pretty good color for it's age.

Measures: 3" x 5.5"

Price: $35.00

Y571     .36 Richmond Laboratory 1st Pattern Combustible Cartridge with Untreated Casing (Published Example)

Description: Nice cartridge that is scarce to find. This is the rarer 1st pattern cartridge and is the exact one published in Dean's book. The cartridge is crinkled and intact. This one has Dean's catalogue number on it. This is out of an original packet and was originally owned by Berkley Lewis, then to Tillinghast, and then Dean Thomas.

Measures:    L 1.05"

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 4 No. 11

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $275.00

Y569     .31 Colt Thuer Conversion Cartridge for the .31 Pocket Revolver (Patented 1868)

Description: Nice cartridge!

Measures:    L 1.165"

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $125.00

Y565     84 Gauge Revolver Cartridge by Eley of London

Description: Nice cartridge with a small repair. The pull tab is still in place.

Measures:    L 1.350"

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 4 No. 51

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $65.00

Y561     .50 Gallager Carbine Cartridge (Drawn Brass)

Description: Very nice cartridge with tarnish.

Measures:    L 2.026"

Reference: TT#76A

Recovered: City Point, Richmond

Price: $65.00

Z1404     Lot of Five Wisconsin State Seal Coat Buttons (Indian War Era)

Description: Here is a nice lot of five Wisconsin state seal buttons. These are nice buttons and are from the Indian War period.

Backmark: "SCOVILL MF'G CO. / WATERBURY" dm with inner ring of dots.

Measures: 22.57mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $60.00

Z1403     Lot of Fifteen Marine Corps Buttons (1880's -1940's)

Description: Here is a large lot of Marine Corps buttons. The backmarks on these examples range from 1880 to the 1940s. There are several different die patterns and backmarks in this grouping.

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $75.00

Z1401     Federal Eagle Infantry "I" Button (Indian War Era)

Description:  Nicely gilted button with a bent shank.

Backmark: "SCOVILL MFG CO WATERBURY"

Measures: 15.71mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $10.00

Z1399     Federal Navy Coat Button, Eagle Over Horizontal Anchor, Fluke On Top Wing (Post War Era)

Description: Large post Civil War navy button with the stand up shank. This one has the large letter Superior Quality backmark.

Backmark: "*SUPERIOR* / QUALITY" dm between rings of dots.

Measures: 22.88mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $10.00

Z1398     Lot of Two Virginia Military Institute Cadet Buttons (Cuff Size/20th Century)

Description:  Two nicely gilted buttons with the shanks intact.

Backmark: "N.S.MEYER INC. / NEW YORK" dm with outer ring of dots.

Measures: 14.29mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $15.00

Z1391      One-Piece Convex Eagle Artillery "A" Button 1830's-1840's

Description: Nicely gilted button with a slightly bent shank.

Backmark: ROBINSONS / (dot) (star) (dot) EXTRA (dot) (star) (dot) " rm between two upper raised rings and two lower.

Measures: 18.18mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert AY64, Tice AY199D4

Price: $60.00

Z1390     Federal Infantry Eagle "I" Coat Button (Indian War Era)

Description: Nicely gilted button with stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "SCOVILL MF'G CO. / WATERBURY" dm inner ring of dots.

Measures: 22.69mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $20.00

Z1389     One-Piece Convex Eagle Artillery "A" Button 1830's-1840's

Description: Nice button with stand up shank intact.

Backmark: ROBINSONS / (dot) (star) (dot) EXTRA (dot) (star) (dot) " rm between two upper raised rings and two lower.

Measures: 18.44mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert AY64, Tice AY199D4

Price: $55.00

Z1388     New Hampshire State Seal Coat Button (Indian War Era)

Description: Nice button with a stand up shank.

Backmark: "SCOVILL MFG CO /*WATERBURY*" dm solid ring and dotted ring

Measures: 22.78 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert NH7, Tice Unlisted

Price: $20.00

Z1386     Federal Infantry Eagle "I" Coat Button (Indian War Era)

Description: Nicely gilted button with stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "SCOVILL MF'G CO. / WATERBURY" dm inner ring of dots.

Measures: 22.69mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $20.00

Z1385     Federal Navy Vest Button, Eagle Over Horizontal Anchor, Fluke Behind Wing

Description: Excellent button with a stand up shank and no pushes.

Backmark: "SCOVILL. MFG. CO. / (star) Waterbury. (star)" dm no rings

Measures: 18.16 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert NA113, Tice NA230Am4

Price: $25.00

Z1384     One-Piece Convex Eagle Artillery "A" Button 1830's-1840's

Description: Very nice early artillery button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "(dot) SUPERFINE(dot) / COLOR" rm between two rings.

Measures: 18.74mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert AY64, Tice AY199.D.20.

Price: $65.00

Z1383     Federal Eagle "I" Infantry Button

Description: Very nice eagle "I" cuff button with a stand up shank.

Backmark: Blank / Deep Well

Measures: 16.12mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert GI85/88, Tice GI215.

Price: $15.00

Y432     84 Gauge Revolver Cartridge by Eley

Description: Excellent example of a hard to find cartridge. This one still has the outer wrapper, orange label, and perfect pull string. There would be a skin cartridge inside of this wrapper.

Measures:    D .416  L 1.530"

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 4 No. 51

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $165.00

Y556     .44 Henry Repeating Rifle Cartridge (No Headstamp)

Description: Nice cartridge with oxidized bullet. This one has two strikes on the base and was a dud.

Measures:    L 1.356"

Reference: TT#60

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $65.00

Z1371     One Piece Convex Eagle Infantry "I" Button 1830's

Description:  Excellent button with tarnished silver plated face.

Backmark: "PLATED" / (wreath) , rm between two rings

Measures: 20.44 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Ref: Albert GI79, Tice GI200D3

Price: $45.00

Z1369     Federal Eagle "A" Artillery Button

Description:  Nicely gilted cuff button with a stand up shank!

Backmark: "D. EVANS & CO / (star) EXTRA (star)" dm inner solid ring

Measures: 15.06 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $25.00

Z1367     Federal Navy Vest Button, Eagle Over Horizontal Anchor, Fluke Behind Wing

Description: Excellent button with a stand up shank and no pushes.

Backmark: "SCOVILL. MFG. CO. / (star) Waterbury. (star)" dm no rings

Measures: 18.18 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert NA113, Tice NA230Am4

Price: $25.00

Z1366     Federal Infantry "I" Overcoat Button

Description: Nice button with a slight push to the back. Stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "D. EVANS & CO / (star) ATTLEBORO (star) MASS (star)" dm

Measures: 23.09 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert AY78 / 79, Tice AY215A11

Price: $30.00

Z1365     Federal Eagle "I" Infantry Overcoat Button

Description: Very nice button with the stand up shank intact and plenty of gilt!

Backmark: "D. EVANS & CO. / (star) ATTLEBORO MASS (star)" dm inner ring of slashes

Measures: 22.94 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert GI85 / 88, Tice GI215A8

Price: $35.00

Z1364     Federal Eagle "A" Artillery Overcoat Button

Description: Nicely gilted artillery button. Stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "D. EVANS & CO. / (star) ATTLEBORO MASS (star)" dm inner ring of slashes

Measures: 23.02 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert AY78 / 79, Tice AY215A11

Price: $75.00

Z1363     Federal Naval Button, Eagle Over Horizontal Anchor, Fluke Behind Wing

Description: Nice button with a stand up shank.

Backmark: "SCOVILL MF'G CO. / (star) WATERBURY (star) " dm between two solid rings

Measures: 22.98 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert NA112, Tice NA227.

Price: $50.00

Z1362     Federal Navy Button, Eagle Over Upright Anchor 1840's-1850's

Description: Very nice Navy button with plenty of gilt and a very nice shank and backmark.

Backmark: "GILT *(dot)*(dot)*(dot)*(dot)*(dot)*(dot)* rm, outer solid ring.

Measures: 13.84 mm

Recovered: Albert NA106, Tice NA212AM12.

Price: $45.00

Z1361     One-Piece Convex Eagle Artillery "A" Button 1830's-1840's

Description: Here is a very nice heavily gilted artillery button. You can clearly see that this backmark was stamped over a Robinson's backmark.

Backmark: Eight stars and eight dots between rings, rm

Measures: 20.43 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert AY64 Variant

Price: $65.00

Z1358     Lot of Six Excavated Brass Finials

Description: Here is a lot of six different brass finials. These finials were located on the bottoms of cartridge boxes, cap boxes, bayonet scabbard tips, etc. Each one is different.

Recovered: Champion Hill, Mississippi

Price: $30.00

Z1357     Federal Brass Belt Adjustors

Description: Here are two excavated brass belt adjustors. These were worn on the belt and pinched the leather at the right length. The one one the left has some creases. The one on the right is perfect and still has some leather remnants from the belt.

Measures: 1" x 2"

Recovered: Champion Hill, Mississippi

Price: Left $20.00 Right $25.00

Z1356     Excavated Brass Toe Tap with Patent Information

Description: These top taps were meant to be tacked to the toe of a brogan. This one is in nice shape and you can almost read the full patent date.

Measures: 2"

Recovered: Champion Hill, Mississippi

Price: $20.00

Z1352     Excavated Crossed Cannon Hat Insignia Regulation 1858

Description: Here is another complete example of crossed cannon hat insignia. This piece is slightly wavy and has a very small crack on the bottom pinnacle which could have happened during manufacturing. This piece is missing all four of the attachment loops which is common on dug examples.

Measures: 1.75" x 3.25"

Recovered: Fredericksburg, Virginia

Price: $250.00

Z1342     Federal Marine Button

Description: Nice early button with a very slight push to the face. This one is missing the shank.

Backmark: "(dot) SCOVILL (dot) MG (dot) CO (dot) / SUPERFINE" rmdc

Measures: 20.35mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert MC9, Tice MC215A4.

Price: $95.00

Z1341     One Piece Convex Eagle Artillery "A" Button 1830's

Description: Very nice silver plated artillery button from the 1830's. This one is tarnished and would clean up quite nicely.

Backmark: "PLATED" / (wreath) , rm between two rings

Measures: 20.67mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert AY64, Tice AY199D15

Price: $50.00

Z1340     Early One Piece Navy Button

Description: Outstanding button just dripping with gilt.

Backmark: "LEWIS & TOMBS / (star) EXTRA RICH (star) / NO. 1 " rm between two raised solid rings

Measures: 22.68mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert NA86A, Tice Unlisted

Price: $150.00

Z1339     One-Piece Convex Eagle Artillery "A" Button 1830's-1840's

Description: Excellent button that is loaded with gilt.

Backmark: ROBINSONS / (dot) (star) (dot) EXTRA (dot) (star) (dot) " rm between one upper raised ring and two lower.

Measures: 18.07mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert AY64, Tice AY199D4

Price: $65.00

Z1336     Confederate Artillery Roman Lined "A" Button

Description: Very nice and hard to find button. These were manufactured in England and smuggled through the blockade. This style has a floating shank.

Backmark: "P. TAIT & Co / (dot) LIMERICK (dot) " dm outer ring of dots

Measures: 19.65mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Albert CS103A, Tice CSA206B1

Price: $725.00

Z1335     Fired Civil War .58 Three Ringer in Wood

Description: Nice bullet in wood. This one has been whittled down, exposing the bullet.

Measures: 2" x 13"

Recovered: Dinwiddie, Virginia

Price: $125.00

Z1332     Excavated Cavalry Crossed Sabers Regulation 1858

Description: Very nice complete pair of crossed swords. This one is a bit wavy but complete and void of any cracks or repairs.

Measures: 1.75" x 3.25"

Recovered: Fairfax, Virginia

Price: $250.00

Z1327     Civil War Enfield Bullet in Wood

Description: Nice piece of heart pine with an Enfield bullet in it!

Measures: 2" x 14"

Recovered: Dinwiddie, Virginia

Price: $150.00

Z1323     Fired Federal Three Ringer in Wood

Description: Decent piece of heart pine with a .58 three ringer in it. This along with several others were recovered in Dinwiddie, Virginia. You can clearly see where the sap has oozed out of this piece.

Measures: 2.5" x 8"

Recovered: Dinwiddie, Virginia

Price: $80.00

Y545     Unlisted Rifle or Carbine Bullet

Description: Interesting bullet variant with a tie ring base. This one along with a few others were recovered in an early war Cavalry camp just outside of Shepherdstown, West Virginia. This one is similar to a .35 Maynard bullet but much larger.

Measures:    D .434  L .681

Cavity: None

Reference: Unlisted Variant

Recovered: Early War Camp Shepherdstown, West Virginia

Price: $150.00

Y544     .52 Sharps Bullet Multi-Ring Gomez and Mills

Description: Nice bullet that is hard to find in decent shape.

Measures:    D .552  L .988

Cavity: None

Reference: TT#106

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $95.00

Y543     Confederate .69 Gardner Bullet (Shallow Cavity)

Description: Nice bullet with a slight sprue nose. This one has a large flat spot on the side.

Measures:    D .685  L 1.179  C .239

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $75.00

Y542     Confederate .69 Gardner Bullet (Shallow Cavity)

Description: Very nice bullet with the slightest flat spot on one side.

Measures:    D .687  L 1.175  C .262

Recovered: Virginia

Price: $110.00

Z1306     Federal Navy Button, Fouled Anchor on a Stippled Shield

Description: Nice early 1800's Navy cuff button. This one is excavated and still retains it's original shank.

Backmark: "CARTER / * LOMBARD STREET *" rm between dotted lines.

Measures: 15.88mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's NA54A cuff version

Price: $85.00

Z1304     US Foliate Script "I" Button, No Number in Oval

Description: Very nice button with the original shank intact!

Backmark: None

Measures: 19.40mm

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $60.00

Z1303     Connecticut State Seal Coat Button

Description: Nice non excavated Connecticut coat button. This one has a nice face and a slightly pushed back. The stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: "SCOVILL MF'G CO. / (dot) WATERBURY. (dot) " dm between rings of dots

Measures: 23.23mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $50.00

Z1300     South Carolina Cadet Button, State Seal with the Palmetto Tree

Description: Nice cadet size South Carolina button. This one doesn't have any pushes and the stand up shank is intact. Tice does state that this button may be post war but several have been known to have been excavated.

Backmark: "EXTRA / (star) (large star) (star) QUALITY  (star) (large star) (star)" dm inner solid ring.

Measures: 18.93mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Tice SC262.Am7

Price: $65.00

Z1298     US Foliate Script "I" Button, Regimental No. 9 in Oval

Description: Solid pewter button with shank. This one is slightly wavy and has an excellent patina!

Backmark: Blank

Measures: 20mm

Recovered: Unknown

Reference: Albert's GI34R9

Price: $125.00

Z1296     Massachusetts Militia One-Piece Button

Description: Very nice button with crisp detail and a beautiful patina. Stand up shank is intact.

Backmark: "LONDON / EXTRA QUALITY" rm between pairs of inner and outer rings.

Measures: 24.73mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Tice: MS102.AS.1

Price: $165.00

Z1295     South Carolina Cadet Button, State Seal with the Palmetto Tree

Description: Nice cadet size South Carolina button. This one doesn't have any pushes and the stand up shank is about 1 degree off. Tice does state that this button may be post war but several have been known to have been excavated.

Backmark: "EXTRA / (star) (large star) (star) QUALITY  (star) (large star) (star)" dm inner solid ring.

Measures: 18.93mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Reference: Tice SC262.Am7

Price: $65.00

Z1294     Federal Eagle "I" Infantry Coat Button (Indian War Era)

Description: Very nice button with plenty of gilt. This one is slightly postwar and the stand up shank is intact!

Backmark: "WATERBURY BUTTON CO. / (star) (star) / WATERBURY / (graphic) CONN (graphic) " dm, two middle rings

Measures: 22.75mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $20.00

Y537     17mm Swiss Cartridge?

Description: Nice cartridge without any issues. .69/17mm.

Measures:    L 3.181"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $150.00

Y528     12mm Perrin Revolver Cartridge (Inside Primed)

Description: Minty cartridge for the Perrin revolver. This one has 571F/12mm written on the side.

Measures:    L .985"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $25.00

Y525     .69 Pistol Ball / Hall Carbine Cartridge (Red/White String)

Description:  Excellent cartridge without damage. The only issue on this one is the writing. Someone wrote ".69 Ball Pistol" on the side in ink. These are thought to have been pistol, or Hall Carbine cartridge.

Measures:    L 1.775"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $150.00

Y521     .58 Type III William's Cleaner Cartridge

Description: Excellent .58 Type III cleaner cartridge. This one has blue spotted paper.

Measures:    L 2.5"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $175.00

Y520     .58 Type III William's Cleaner Cartridge

Description:  Nice .58 Type III cleaner out of an original pack of ammo. This one has a few light spots on the dyed paper and a very slight crack on the nose.

Measures:    L  2.6"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $150.00

Y519     .58 Type III William's Cleaner Cartridge

Description: Minty type III cleaner cartridge. This one has a spotted blue cartridge. Fresh out of an original pack.

Measures:    L 2.6"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $175.00

Y512     .58 Paper Cartridge for the .58 Springfield Musket

Description: Excellent cartridge right out of an original pack!

Measures:    2.500"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $110.00

Y510     Frankford Arsenal Internally Primed .45 Colt Cartridge

Description: Nice benet primed cartridges for the M1873 Colt. These longer cartridges were manufactured between 1873-1875.

Measures:    L 1.612"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $35.00 Each

Y509     .58 Paper Cartridge for the .58 Springfield Musket

Description: Excellent cartridge right out of an original pack!

Measures:    2.391"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $110.00

Y506     Excavated .58 Johnston & Dow Waterproof Cartridge

Description: Nice .58 Johnston & Dow cartridge from the American Civil War. These cartridges were coated to waterproof them. This example was recovered from the Cold Harbor battlefield. As you can see, the waterproof coating worked as these were dug from the ground over 100 years after the American Civil War. This cartridge has no cracks on the base.

Measures:    L 1.948"

Recovered: Cold Harbor, VA

Price: $65.00

Y505     Excavated .58 Johnston & Dow Waterproof Cartridge

Description: Nice .58 Johnston & Dow cartridge from the American Civil War. These cartridges were coated to waterproof them. This example was recovered from the Cold Harbor battlefield. As you can see, the waterproof coating worked as these were dug from the ground over 100 years after the American Civil War. This cartridge has no cracks.

Measures:    L 1.996"

Recovered: Cold Harbor, VA.

Price: $65.00

Y502     Frankford Arsenal .50/55 Benet Primed Ball Cartridge for Carbine

Description: Very nice cartridge. This one has some writing on the side that could be removed with rubbing alcohol. Indian War era!

Measures:    L 2.156"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $65.00

Z1289     CDV of General Henry Wager Halleck (1815-1872) by D. Appleton & Co.

Description: Nice CDV of General Halleck who was a lawyer and Army officer. This one is in decent shape but not the best. There are some smudges on the face that can be seen if held at an angle.

Backmark: Cartes de Visite D. Appleton & Co. 443 & 445 Bway New York A.A. Turner Photographer.

Measures: 2.5" x 4"

Price: $95.00

Z1287     Federal 1851 Pattern Waist Belt Plate

Description: Here is a nice Federal waist belt plate that dug many years ago. This plate was cleaned at one time but now has a soft patina coming back. This plate is cast brass and had an applied nickel-silver wreath applied which is now missing. This is quite common on dug examples. This one retains it's original curve and is missing the keeper.

Measures: 56 mm x 83 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $225.00

Z1285     Eagle Breastplate, Regulation 1826 Pattern

Description: Here is another nice breastplate with a pleasing patina. The back still retains nearly all of the lead solder and a partial iron loop.

Measures: 66 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $115.00

Z1284     Eagle Breastplate, Regulation 1826 Pattern

Description: Here is non dug breastplate pattern that was commonly stamped by Boyd & Sons of Boston or T.J. Shepard. Unfortunately, this one isn't stamped by either and is missing both iron attachment loops. It appears this piece. There are two areas on the outer rim that have damage.

Measures: 63 mm

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $110.00

Z1279     Excavated Carbine Sling Swivel

Description: Here is a nice excavated carbine sling swivel with the spring still intact. The exact recovery area of this one is unknown. It has been cleaned and coated.

Measures: 3" x 8.75"

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $125.00

Z1276     Excavated/Early Pickup/Barn Find Carbine Sling Swivel

Description: Here is a very nice carbine sling buckle that is missing the spring. This one has been cleaned and coated for your enjoyment. It is said to have come from Franklin, Tennessee and may be a bard find based on the condition.

Measures: 3" x 8.75"

Recovered: Franklin, Tennessee

Price: $125.00

Z1274     Hardware Grouping for an N.C.O. Belt Rig

Description: Here is a little grouping of hardware that is commonly found on the N.C.O. belt rig and would look great next to a sword belt plate. This group has a square ring, a sword belt hook, and a hook that was on the back of a belt.

Recovered: Wilmington, North Carolina Area

Price: $25.00

Z1263     Excavated Digging / Entrenching Tool Fashioned from an Austrian Lorenz Bayonet

Description: Here is an early excavated digging or entrenching tool from the Antietam region. This one is fashioned out of an Austrian Lorenz bayonet. The front of the socket is bent in a little and may have been why this piece was discarded. This could have been manufactured during the war or possibly after.

Measures: 3" x 9'

Recovered: Antietam Region

Price: $195.00

Y486     .54 Paper Cartridge for the Mississippi Rifle or Austrian Lorenz

Description: Minty paper cartridge for the .54 Mississippi or Austrian Lorenz. They don't come much nicer than this!

Measures:    L 2.589"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $175.00

Y478     Misfired Frankford Arsenal Internally Primed .50/70 Cartridge

Description: Here is a nice .50/70 cartridge that was a dud. You can clearly see the pin mark on the base.

Measures:    L 2.234"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $35.00

Y466     Frankford Arsenal .50-45 Bar Anvil Primed Cartridge

Description: Nice cartridge for the .50 Cadet Rifle. This one is coated in lacquer which could be removed if desired.

Measures:    L 1.727"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $40.00

Z1252     Federal 1851 Pattern Waist Belt Plate

Description: Here is an excavated waist belt plate that features a fully cast eagle and wreath. This one is missing the tongue and keeper bar and is probably why it was discarded. The body of the plate is a little wavy but still retains a dug/uncleaned patina.

Measures: 49.5mm x 78mm

Recovered: Approximately 5 Miles South of Hagerstown, Maryland. Pennington Farm

Price: $145.00

Z1251     Antique Stoneware Bud Vase or Inkwell

Description: Here is a neat little inkwell or bud vase from the late 19th century. It's crude in manufacture and has a nice spout. The entire piece is glazed. It kind of reminds me of the unglazed inkwells that are dug out of huts. It's still a really neat piece of stoneware that you don't see that often.

Measures: 2.5" x 3"

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $20.00

Z1248     Grouping of Six Civil War Era Photographs

Description: Here is a nice little lot of Civil War Era photographs. Five of them have cases, one is in a partial case, and the other is in a metal frame. The cases aren't perfect but the lot is priced to move!

Price: $95.00

Z1232     Federal 1839 Pattern Waist Belt Plate (Stud Hooks)

Description: Here is another dug buckle from Virginia. This one has a nice face and the studs and attachment hook are present. There is some very light lead lass in some areas.

Measures: 54mm x 85mm

Recovered: Old Union Road in Charles City County Virginia by Mark Stephens

Price: $325.00

Z1224     Federal 1839 Pattern Waist Belt Plate (Arrow Hooks)

Description: Here is a nice excavated US buckle. This one has a nice face and all of the attachment hooks are present on the back. This plate still retains a slight natural curve and the majority of the lead solder. There is a tad of rim damage/lead loss at the 2 O'clock position.

Measures: 58mm x 88mm

Recovered: Culpeper, Virginia

Price: $185.00

Z1218     Mid to Late 19th Century Ink Eraser/Scraper by Mappin Brothers of Sheffield England

Description: Here is a well used 19th century quill sharpener/paper scraper. These are often misidentified as medical instruments. This one measures approximately 6.5" in length and has a rosewood handle. It's clearly marked, "Mappin Brothers Sheffield." Based on the company marking, this scraper would be mid 19th century. Obviously this piece has been used as the blade is nicked. This particular tool was used to sharpen quills as well as remove ink from paper by scraping the surface.

Measures: 6.5"

Recovered: Non Dug

Price: $25.00

Z1216     Excavated Model 1816 Friction Bayonet

Description: Here is a very well preserved Model 1816 friction bayonet. This one has your typical T mortis where the front sight would lock into. There is a flute on the bottom of the blade that measures almost 9" in length. The blade is slightly wavy towards the end and it's been cleaned and coated.

Measures: 18.5"

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $95.00

Z1211     Model 1882 Headless Shell Extractor

Description: Here is an excellent M1882 headless shell extractor. This is the later variant with the removable drift with a single row of serrations and it has plenty of the arsenal finish left!

Measures: 2.5"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $12.00

Z1203     Pennsylvania State Seal Staff Officer's Cuff Button (Post War)

Description:  Nice post war button with the stand up shank intact.

Backmark: "HORSTMAN BROS / (dot) PHILA (dot)" dm inner ring of dots

Measures: 14.98mm

Recovered: Non Dug

Price: $15.00

Z1201     Regulation 1841 Carbine Sling Buckle

Description: Here is a carbine sling buckle that appears to have been dug in a sandy area or perhaps a fire pit. Fortunately, this one isn't bent too far out of shape like most examples. There is still one full flipper and part of another. Neither of them are movable.

Measures: 51mm x 81mm

Recovered: Chancellorsville, Virginia

Price: $65.00

Z1200     Rhode Island State Seal Anchor &  "HOPE" Officer's Staff Button

Description: Here is a nice little Rhode Island officer's staff button. This is a dug example which is harder to find. There are plenty of non dug examples out there. This button doesn't have any pushes or cracks. The shank is broken and there is a little bit of flaking to the rim on one side. Tice states that these buttons were manufactured from the 1850's into the Post War period.

Backmark: "D. EVANS & CO / * EXTRA*" dm

Measures: 14.43mm

Reference: Albert's RI7, Tice RI201 AS. 1.

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $40.00

Z1199     Model 1859 Cavalry Curb Bit (Field Modified)

Description: Here is an interesting Cavalry curb bit. This is your typical M59 bit missing both of the bit bosses. This example has a very low port. The most interesting thing about this one is the field modification. One of the cheek pieces broke off and was modified with a broken part of another bit. A new cheek piece was hand forged and attached with two rose head nails. This piece is slightly out of square due to having a handmade piece attached but obviously served its purpose. This is a great example of field ingenuity! Based on the look of the metal this was an early pickup or barn find and it's been cleaned and coated.

Measures: 6" x 8.5"

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $95.00

Z1194     Federal 1839 Pattern Cartridge Box Plate

Description: Here is a very nice excavated cartridge box plate. This one has a nice face and is flat as a pancake. Both of the iron loops are present on the back and one is slightly bent over. The back retains nearly all of the lead solder. The face has a nice patina but there are a few shiny spots on the face.

Measures: 58mm x 88mm

Recovered: Central Virginia

Price: $175.00

Z1193     Early Three Bladed Medical Fleam with File/Blade

Description: Nice early medical fleam. This one has a horn handle with some cracks. The blade is marked and appears to read "Thompson." There is a little bit of dark red paint on one tip.

Measures: 1.25" x 3.5"

Recovered: Non Dug

Price: $65.00

Y444     English Manufactured .577 Enfield Cartridge for the P-1853 Rifle

Description: Here is a nice cartridge for the P-1853 Rifle.  This cartridge retains the powder charge and the bullet is at the base. This one contains a .577 Enfield bullet with a boxwood plug. There is a slice on the bottom of the cartridge which was done intentionally at the arsenal. This cartridge has a slight crack in the paper where the bullet meets the powder charge but is still quite sturdy. The crack has cause the wrapped paper to come loose which is easily fixable.

Measures:    L 3.112"

Recovered: Non Dug

Price: $135.00

Z1181     Federal Eagle "C" Cavalry Overcoat Button

Description: Here is a very nice excavated Cavalry button. This one is an overcoat size and still has plenty of gilt surrounding the eagle. The shank is intact and the button doesn't have any dents or cracks.

Backmark: Illegible

Measures: 22.67 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $85.00

Z1178     Civil War General Service Eagle Coat Button

Description: Very nice non dug eagle button. This one still has the shank intact although it's slightly bent.

Backmark: "SCOVILL MFG CO / (dot) WATERBURY (dot)" rmdc

Measures: 20mm

Recovered: Non Dug

Price: $15.00

Z1167     Eagle Breastplate, Regulation 1826 Pattern

Description: Here is a nice excavated eagle breastplate. This one has a very nice dark brown patina on the face. The back retains nearly all of the lead solder and both hooks. There are a few small rust burrs around one of the hooks. Plates like these are hard to dig today!

Measures: 63mm

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $195.00

Y443     12mm Pinfire Revolver Cartridge by Charles Fusnot of Brussels, Belgium

Description: Here is a very nice 12mm pinfire cartridge produced by Charles Fusnot. This one is in excellent condition and has the light headstamp of, "Fusnot*Bruxelles*." This style of pinfire cartridge is known to have been found in campsites used during the American Civil War. I have also added a picture of the box they were issued in which is not for sale. The box is marked, "Fabrique / De Balles Et Cartouches. / 25 Revolvers Cartouches Lefaucheux / de 12 milimetres." This would make a great addition to any Civil War cartridge collection.

Measures:    L 1.002"

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 4 No. 948

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $25.00

Z1151     Eagle Breastplate, Regulation 1826 Pattern

Description: Here is a very nice breastplate with both of the iron loops intact. This one retains nearly all of the lead solder and the face has great detail. There is a very slight bump to the edge. There are no cracks or rust burrs on the face. This would make a great addition to any plate collection!

Backmark: None

Measures: 65mm

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $195.00

Z1149     Excavated M1873 Winchester Lever Action

Description: Here is a very nice excavated Winchester Rifle. This one has a 28" barrel and appears to be a Model 1873. The lever was broken and may have been the reason it was left or discarded. The gun shows heavy pitting throughout and has been cleaned and coated. Both plates on each side are still intact but heavily rusted. The barrel is rusted shut on the end so it's hard to tell what caliber this might be. If you like Indian War period items, this is a dug relic for you!

Measures: 37.5" in Length

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $395.00

Z1147     Excavated Federal 1839 Pattern Waist Belt Plate (Arrow Hooks)

Description: Here is a nice buckle excavated in the Shenandoah Valley. This one is still dirty and could be cleaned up a little more. Both of the arrow hooks and tongue are attached on the back. There is some lead solder loss around the curled edges.

Backmark: NONE

Measures: 58mm x 90mm

Recovered: Kernstown, Va.

Price: $150.00

Z1143     Eagle Breastplate, Regulation 1826 Pattern

Description: Here is a nice excavated eagle breastplate. This one is perfectly flat. The back retains 99.9% of the lead solder and both hooks are intact. The hooks have rusted through the lead but are extremely sturdy. The face has very nice detail and the patina is a dark brown.

Backmark: NONE

Measures: 64mm

Recovered: Tennessee July 1994

Price: $175.00

Z1139     Excavated Federal 1839 Pattern Waist Belt Plate (Arrow Hooks)

Description: Very nice excavated US buckle. This one has the mid to late war arrow hooks on the back. The lead solder is almost fully intact. The face of the plate has a dirty patina with a few small freeze cracks. The plate is a little wavy around the edges but is rather flat. The back of the plate does have some period carving on it. This would make a great addition to any buckle collection.

Backmark: NONE

Measures: 58mm x 90mm

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $185.00

Z1135     Excavated Federal 1839 Pattern Waist Belt Plate (Arrow Hooks)

Description: Very nice excavated US buckle. This one has the mid to late war arrow hooks on the back. The lead solder is almost fully intact. The face of the plate has a pleasing dark patina. The plate is a little wavy around the edges but is rather flat. This would make a great addition to any buckle collection!

Backmark: None

Measures: 58mm x 92mm

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $195.00

Y420     50 Ball Cartridges for M1911 .45 Pistol by Remington Arms Co, Inc. Lot RA 5832 (Headstamped RA

Description: Here is a nice complete packet of .45 ball ammunition. This one is marked Lot 5832. The headstamps are all RA62. The box has some staining which is common but everything is intact. This would display nicely with your pre Vietnam .45!

Measures:  5" x 2.5"

Price: $40.00

Z1118     Leave of Absence for  Albert M. Ewing Co. A 2nd Virginia Cavalry to Obtain a Horse

Description: Here is a leave of absence dated January 8th 1865 for A.M. Ewing to return to Bedford county for seventeen days to procure a fresh horse. He was a member of Wickham's Brigade and was finally captured at High Bridge, Virginia

Measures: 4.5" x 7.75"

Price: $125.00

Z1109     Federal Eagle "C" Coat Button

Description: Nice excavated cavalry coat button. This one was recovered from an early war camp in Bakerton, West Virginia. The face still retains a lot of gilt but the back is pushed and cracked around the shank.

Backmark: W.H. SMITH & CO NEW YORK rmdc

Measures: 22.41mm

Recovered: Bakerton, West Virginia

Price: $60.00

Y379     54 Gauge for Deane & Adams Dustbin Cartridge

Description: Excavated .44 for Deane & Adams. This excavated example is missing the wiper which is common on dug examples.

Measures:    D .441  L .739 

Cavity: N/A

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 4 No. 43

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $65.00

Z1105     Model 1841/1842 Musket Combination Tool

Description: Here is a very nice combination tool that would go well with your Model 1841/42 musket. This piece contains a cone wrench as well as two screwdriver blades. The riveted arm on this piece does move freely. This example is an original and still has some armory finish left!

Measures Approximately 3.5" in Length

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $75.00

Z1103     Federal Regulation 1839 Pattern US Waist Belt Plate (W.H. Smith Brooklyn)

Description: Nice excavated US buckle with a dark patina. This one is maker marked and still has some leather on the back.

Backmark: W.H. Smith / Brooklyn

Measures: 54mm x 86mm

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $395.00

Z1094   Section of a Patented Two Part Spur

Description: Here is a very interesting spur. This one would have originally been made up of two parts. This piece would have been tacked into the back of a boot heel. The neck and rowel portion would have slipped down into the back of this piece and locked in place. This one is a little wavy but still retains it's original shape. The inside is stamped "211" and the patent information is on the inside. This particular variant is a little different from the one listed in in Crouch's spur book!

Measures: 1" x 2"

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $50.00

Z1055     African/Middle Eastern Blunderbuss Project Gun

Description: Here is a very interesting gun. This is a blunderbuss and I would suspect this one to be from Africa or the Middle East. This one is out of the old Cider House Museum in Poughkeepsie, NY. The lock, side plate, trigger guard, and ramrod are all missing from this piece. The large iron barrel measure 16.75" in length. The barrel is full of silver inlay and some of it has come off of the barrel. The ramrod guides and the butt plate all have silver inlay as well. The stock is covered with bone inlay and small brass tacks. The original and hand forged iron trigger is still in place. The barrel is slightly out of round on the end. The stock has a very nice patina and there are a few cracks here and there. We typically don't carry items like this but it came in with several other guns from the same museum. If you like old guns this may be a good candidate for restoration.

Measures: 30" in length

Recovered: Ex Museum Collection

Price: $350.00

Frankford Arsenal 20 Gauge Forager Cartridge (Headstamped F / 11 / 97 / No 20)

Description: Here is a very nice tinned cartridge for the 20 Ga. Forager. These cartridges were issued in boxes of ten. This particular one was manufactured at the Frankford Arsenal and is heasdstamped F 11 97 No. 20 showing it was produced in November of 1897. This excavated cartridge is in excellent shape and still has a perfectly round casing. When shipped, these cartridges were empty. It was up to the soldiers to fill them with shot. While there are some non excavated examples out there on the market, dug examples are extremely hard to find in good condition!

Measures: 2.5" in length

Recovered: Southwestern U.S.

Price: $85.00

Y354     Complete Pack of Frankford Arsenal Internally Primed .45 Ammunition for 1873 Colt Army/1875 Schofield Dated 1878

Description: Here is a very nice box of .45 ammunition for the 1873 Colt Army and the 1875 Smith & Wesson Schofield. This box is in very nice shape and still has the full pull string attached to the side. There is a very slight seam crack above where the pull string starts but is only mentioned for exactness. This type of box was originally shellacked  giving the appearance of a variation of colors. This would make an excellent addition to any Colt or Indian War cartridge collection.

Measures Approximately: 3.5" x 1.5" x 1"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $350.00

Z1046      Very Scarce Original Copy of "Prof. O. N. Rood on the American Rifle"

Description: Nice original copy of a scarce publication. This one was printed by E. Hayes of New Haven Connecticut in 1860 and is from the American Journal of Science and Arts, Vol. XXX, July, 1860. The publication is actually titled, "Experiments on the Forms of Elongated Projectiles. Interesting 16 page illustrated pamphlet about the science of bullets.

Measures: 5.75" x 9"

Price: $95.00

Y348     Ornately Carved .54 Confederate Gardner Bullet

Description: Here is a very nicely carved .54 Gardner bulbnose bullet. This one has nice lines running up and down the sides of the bullet.

Recovered: Maryland 1862 Campaign, Point of Rocks, Md.

Price: $55.00

Z1015     Model 1841/1842 Combination Musket Tool (Marked US Produced at the Harper's Ferry Armory)

Description: Here is a very nicely marked combination tool produced at the Harper's Ferry Armory. This is for the Model 1841/42 muskets. Unfortunately the main screwdriver has a very small hairline crack. The main arm moves freely and still retains some of the bluing. This would make an excellent addition to any gun tool collection!

Measures: 3.6"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $65.00

Z960     Excavated Iron Buttplate for Musket

Description: Here is a very nice excavated iron buttplate for a musket. This one is missing the screws as it typical for excavated examples. The iron is really strong on this example and it would clean up nicely.

Measures: 2.5" x 4.5"

Recovered:  Vicksburg, Mississippi

Price: $40.00 Sale $32.00

Z959     WWI Era Studio Portrait of a Soldier

Description: Here is a nice studio portrait of a WWI soldier. The picture slides in and out of the original green cardboard frame. The original cover measures 6.5" x 11". The picture itself measures 4" x 6" in height. I can't quite tell what unit he was with based on the collar discs. Either way, it's still a nice WWI era photo of a soldier with a campaign hat.

Price: $15.00 Sale $10.00

Z958     CDV of General Rosecrans

Description: CDV of General Rosecrans. This one is full size and has a little foxing.

Backmark: None

Measures: 2.5" x 4"

Price: $30.00 Sale $25.00

Z779     Framed UCV Watercolor Art by L.W. Tucker 1902

Description: Here is a nicely done painting for a soldier. However, this one isn't what the tag reads. The tag at the bottom reads, "Jefferson Davis President of the Confederate States Pre Civil War Photo as a Young Man." Either someone was trying to fool the buyer or the photo card was replaced at a later date. This painting is very nice and the picture on the inside could easily be replaced. The artists name L.W. Tucker 1902 is under the painting. There is a little water damage on the upper left corner and the mat has that yellowed age. I think this one would look great with a large cabinet card in the middle showing a CS vet.

Measures: 15.5" x 13.5"

Price: $250.00 Sale $150.00

 

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