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A pretty excavated Confederate solid brass "cast "I".  This button has a slick brown-green patina and was recovered on private property from  the Battle of Franklin campaign.

A pretty excavated Confederate solid brass "cast "I". This button has a slick brown-green patina and was recovered on private property from the Battle of Franklin campaign.

Confederate cemetery for the soldiers who died in the Civil War Battle of Franklin, 1864, Franklin, Tennessee

Confederate cemetery for the soldiers who died in the Civil War Battle of Franklin, Franklin, Tennessee - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

Dug Confederate Artillery/General Service Coat Button.  CS 88, 17 mm. Rare button with no ground action at all. Slight push on high convex face. Possibly an Artillery Button as these are known to be dug in Washington Artillery (New Orleans) Camps. Provenance uncertain.

Dug Confederate Artillery/General Service Coat Button. CS 88, 17 mm. Rare button with no ground action at all. Slight push on high convex face. Possibly an Artillery Button as these are known to be dug in Washington Artillery (New Orleans) Camps. Provenance uncertain.

An excavated, coat size "CSA" Confederate uniform button.  This button has the rare and quite sought after "S. Buckley - Birmingham" backmark.  The button was recovered on private property near Bentonville, NC.  It has nice detail and a smooth, chocolate brown patina with shank intact, but, it does have a light push on its face.  The CSA letters still stand out nicely.

An excavated, coat size "CSA" Confederate uniform button. This button has the rare and quite sought after "S. Buckley - Birmingham" backmark. The button was recovered on private property near Bentonville, NC. It has nice detail and a smooth, chocolate brown patina with shank intact, but, it does have a light push on its face. The CSA letters still stand out nicely.

Union Army nine button frock coat  with soft knapsack, canteen, cartridge box with 40 rounds, and cap box. This sgt also wears a NCO belt plate.

Union Army nine button frock coat with soft knapsack, canteen, cartridge box with 40 rounds, and cap box. This sgt also wears a NCO belt plate.

Battle of Gettysburg, July 1-3, 1863.  Civil War: Battle of Gettysburg Projectile Relic  We were there in May!  Bet it's a madhouse now.

Pickett's Charge, Battle of Gettysburg. Perhaps the most desirable of all Gettysburg related relics. Example of a ten pound Parrott shell, no fuze, which is engraved "Pickett's Charge

SSBTN 38. South Carolina “Palmetto Guard” Overcoat Coat Button.  SC 17 A , 24 mm. Rare, large Overcoat size button in superb condition. “EXTRA GOLD QUAL’y” bm. These scarce buttons don’t come around very often.

SC 17 A , 24 mm. Rare, large Overcoat size button in superb condition. “EXTRA GOLD QUAL’y” bm.

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