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Very nice condition excavated pair of Federal Enlisted man's brass epaulets.  These were recovered over 40 years ago on private property near Shiloh by Dr. Rees Buttram and were on display for several years in the "Tennessee Civil War Museum" located at Chattanooga, TN.

Very nice condition excavated pair of Federal Enlisted man's brass epaulets. These were recovered over 40 years ago on private property near Shiloh by Dr. Rees Buttram and were on display for several years in the "Tennessee Civil War Museum" located at Chattanooga, TN.

Surrender at Appomatox. Two great warrior and gracious gentlemen.

General Robert E. Lee surrenders to General Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox Court House on April 1865 to end the Civil War. The 1920 oil painting is by Jean Leon Gerome titled "Let Us Have Peace,

An absolutely "Drop Dead" beautiful and flawless lead filled circular Federal eagle breastplate recovered 30 years ago by "DiggerMan Butch Mayes" and was recovered on private property on the "East Flank" at the Battle of Franklin, TN.  The plate has a perfect face - full smooth lead, and both attachment loops remaining perfectly intact on the reverse.  You won't see a nicer example.

An absolutely "Drop Dead" beautiful and flawless lead filled circular Federal…

Recently excavated gilted Federal Infantry Officer's Eagle "I" button.  This was recovered on private property along the Battle Line at the Nov. 30, 1864 Battle of Franklin, TN.

Recently excavated gilted Federal Infantry Officer's Eagle "I" button. This was recovered on private property along the Battle Line at the Nov. 1864 Battle of Franklin, TN.

An absolutely beautiful, flawless condition, excavated, large oval, lead filled, U.S. Cartridge box plate.  This plate was recovered about forty years ago by Dr. Rees Buttram on private property near the Battle of Chickamauga, Georgia.  It has a beautiful, slick, green-brown face, full lead, and both attachment loops remain intact.  Plates this nice are just not being recovered anymore.

An absolutely beautiful, flawless condition, excavated, large oval, lead filled…

General John McCausland's frock coat

Civil War Confederate Generals Coat of General John McCausland. The Confederate General that burned Chambersburg, PA - A VMI graduate

Excavated regulation Federal cavalry spur recovered many years ago on private property at Stones River.

Excavated regulation Federal cavalry spur recovered many years ago on private property at Stones River.

An absolutely beautiful pair of excavated, gilted, coat-size, Federal uniform buttons.  These buttons were recovered about 40 years ago on private property at the Stones River by Wayne Tucker.  One is an excavated, highly gilted, Federal 3-piece Staff Officer button, and the other is an equally nicely gilted Federal eagle "I" (Infantry Officer) button.

An absolutely beautiful pair of excavated, gilted, coat-size, Federal uniform…

An excavated, large size, lead filled, arrow hook pattern, US oval waist belt plate.  This belt buckle was recovered on private property at Stones River about 40 years ago.  It remains in nice enough condition that you could actually wear it today.

An excavated, large size, lead filled, arrow hook pattern, US oval waist belt plate. This belt buckle was recovered on private property at Stones River about 40 years ago. It remains in nice enough condition that you could actually wear it today.

Gen. McClellan, a union general, who came up with the peninsular campaign, explained in our key strategies section. He started a controversy after saying the union army would not interfere with private property of any American Citizen, which to him included slavery. Although he was a union general, he viewed slavery as a credible institution protected by the Constitution. He was the general in chief for all the union forces, he was not an abolitionist.

George Brinton McClellan (December 1826 – October the Young Napoleon, was a Union major general during the American Civil War and the Democratic Party candidate for President in

A beautiful condition excavated cast brass "U.S." cavalry rosette.  It has a smooth chocolate brown patina and was recovered on private property at "The Battle Of Stones River".

A beautiful condition excavated cast brass "U. It has a smooth chocolate brown patina and was recovered on private property at "The Battle Of Stones River".

A really pretty, excavated, large size, "VMM" (Volunteer Main Militia) cartridge box plate from Mr. Bill Gavin's personal collection.  This plate was recovered from private property off "Route 5" near the Berkley Plantation.  The plate retains full lead and still has both wire loops intact on the reverse.

A really pretty, excavated, large size, "VMM" (Volunteer Main Militia) cartridge box plate from Mr. Bill Gavin's personal collection. This plate was recovered from private property off "Route 5" near the Berkley Plantation. The plate retains full lead and still has both wire loops intact on the reverse.

A beautiful condition, excavated, large oval, "S.N.Y." (State of New York) belt plate.  This excellent waist belt plate was recovered over 40 years ago by Gary Williams on 2-9-75.  He recovered the buckle on private property near Cold Harbor, Virginia.

A beautiful condition, excavated, large oval, "S." (State of New York) belt plate. This excellent waist belt plate was recovered over 40 years ago by Gary Williams on He recovered the buckle on private property near Cold Harbor, Virginia.

Beautiful condition excavated early issue large oval U.S. "Puppy Paw" hook style Federal waist belt plate.  It has a very nice face - full lead - and all three hooks intact.  This plate was recovered about 40 years ago from private property near Shiloh.

Beautiful condition excavated early issue large oval U. It has a very nice face - full lead - and all three hooks intact. This plate was recovered about 40 years ago from private property near Shiloh.

Beautiful excavated gilted coat size New York State seal Button.  This button was recovered from private property near Tiftonia, TN.  The button has no dents, loads of gold gilt, and a shank that is intact and straight.

Beautiful excavated gilted coat size New York State seal Button. This button was recovered from private property near Tiftonia, TN. The button has no dents, loads of gold gilt, and a shank that is intact and straight.

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