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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

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

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

Z2025     Excavated Model 1863 Combination Musket Tool

Description: This tool has one swiveling arm compared to the M1855 tool which has two arms. This one has been partially cleaned and coated.

Measures: 3.5"

Recovered: Unknown, Ex. Dean Thomas Collection

Price: $12.00

Z2023     Excavated Ball Wiper

Description: Dug condition. Appears to be for a .58 musket.

Measures: 1.75"

Recovered: Unknown, Ex. Dean Thomas Collection

Price: $8.00

Z2022     Excavated Ball Wiper

Description: Dug musket wiper. This one has been coated.

Measures: 1.75"

Recovered: Unknown, Ex. Dean Thomas Collection

Price: $12.00

Z2021     Excavated Model 1842 Combination Musket Tool

Description: Excavated gun tool for the .69 M1842 musket. This one was lightly cleaned and coated many years ago.

Measures: 3.5"

Recovered: Unknown, Ex. Dean Thomas Collection

Price: $12.00

Z1966     Excavated .69 Ball Screw

Description: Excavated ball screw. This would have attached to the end of a ramrod. The end was threaded and used to remove a .69 roundball from the barrel.

Measures: 1.076" in length

Recovered: Unknown, Ex. Dean Thomas Collection

Price: $10.00

Z1965     Excavated Colt L-Tool for Revolver

Description: Nice excavated revolver tool that is shorter than normal.

Measures: 1.5" x 2.75"

Recovered: Unknown, Ex. Dean Thomas Collection

Price: $15.00

Z1963     Excavated Burnside Carbine Tool

Description: Excavated tool that has been coated. The lower portion of the main arm is missing on this example.

Measures: 3.75" in length

Recovered: Unknown, Ex. Dean Thomas Collection

Price: $10.00

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

Z1674     Excavated Gun Lock

Description: Nice excavated gun lock that has been cleaned and coated. This piece appears to be a shotgun lock by the looks of it. The internal mechanism is still attached to the back.

Measures: 2.5" x 5"

Recovered: Sailor's Creek Battlefield

Price: $35.00

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

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

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 Sale $25.00

Z821     Civil War Era Sheared Lip Octagonal Inkwell

Description: Here is a nice sheared lip inkwell. These were typical of the 1860-1870 period. These small ink bottles were blown by the lip and the glass was snapped. This method makes this style appear to be broken around the lip. This one is in great condition and there are plenty of air bubbles in the glass.

Measures: 2 1/8" tall 1 5/8" wide

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $30.00 Sale $24.00 Sale $19.00

Z502     Spent Artillery Friction Primers

Description: These friction primers were placed in the touch hole of a field gun. They had a stem sticking out that would have attached to a lanyard. When pulled, the friction would cause the primer to ignite the powder charge in the breech of the cannon. These are commonly dug in cannon emplacements up and down the east coast.

Recovered: Central Mississippi

Price: $15.00 Each (Qty. Available: 2)

 

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