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Ten pound size Federal Parrott projectile picked up years ago by a farmer at Stones River.  It is complete with the full rifled iron sabot intact and has been drilled, but remains rusty and uncleaned just as picked up.

Ten pound size Federal Parrott projectile picked up years ago by a farmer at Stones River. It is complete with the full rifled iron sabot intact and has been drilled, but remains rusty and uncleaned just as picked up.

This relic condition Remington revolver was recovered years ago at "Devil's Den", Gettysburg. Similar examples can be found in "Battle of Gettysburg - The Relics, Artifacts & Souvenirs", by Robert Jones

This relic condition Remington revolver was recovered years ago at "Devil's Den", Gettysburg. Similar examples can be found in "Battle of Gettysburg - The Relics, Artifacts & Souvenirs", by Robert Jones

Shenkl shell, Allegheny Arsenal (attributed), Pittsburgh, PA, 1860-65. Numerous Shenkl shells of varying calibers are still found around Charleston, SC, most of which appear to have been fired by Admiral John A. Dahlgren’s naval gunships during the Siege of Charleston 1863-1865. Charleston Museum

Shenkl shell, made in Pittsburgh, PA, Numerous Shenkl shells of varying calibers are still found around Charleston, most of which appear to have been fired by Admiral John A. Dahlgren’s naval gunships during the Siege of Charleston Charleston Museum

Military & Patriotic:Civil War, Confederate Holster & Belt With Two-piece Interlocking CSBuckle....

*CONFEDERATE HOLSTER+ BELT:w/Two-piece Interlocking CS Buckle. Buckle w/nice undisturbed patina,matching pair,fitting together perfectly.Leather belt with iron adjustment roller buckle,period riveted extensions.

A young tourist couple was hiking one of the trails in the Stones River National Park this afternoon, looked down, and washed out on the side of the trail was this beautiful gilted cast brass pommel cap to a Civil War Foot Officer's sword.  One can only wonder what type catastrophic event could break the heavy cast iron sword tang in half.  (Continued in comments).

A young tourist couple was hiking one of the trails in the Stones River National Park this afternoon, looked down, and washed out on the side of the trail was this beautiful gilted cast brass pommel cap to a Civil War Foot Officer's sword. One can only wonder what type catastrophic event could break the heavy cast iron sword tang in half. (Continued in comments).

Roughly 8 inch long chunk of wood from the Gettysburg Battlefield which has a minie ball embedded within it. MichToy Collection.

Roughly 8 inch long chunk of wood from the Gettysburg Battlefield which has a minie ball embedded within it

The most widely recognized Confederate flag is the battle flag. It was the most treasured flag to the men who followed it.

This extraordinary artifact, the most desirable of all historical artifacts, of…

Outstanding and Rare Civil War Officer's "Plug Hat" One of  the most difficult items of Civil War headgear to obtain is the  so-called "plug hat" with its distinctive low, rounded crown and  wide brim. This very popular form of slouch hat is seen extensively  in period photography yet only a handful of original specimens  survive today. This is one of the finest known examples. The 3"  wide brim has a

Outstanding and Rare Civil War Officer's "Plug Hat" One of the most difficult items of Civil War - Available at 2012 December 8 Civil War &.

Private Sam R. Watkins, 1st Tennessee

Private Sam R. Watkins, Tennessee - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

General Daniel Sickles civil war  kept his severed leg  now on display

General Daniel Sickles civil war kept his severed leg now on display

This was the really nasty, short-range, anti-personnel stuff. Basically, it’s a large tin can (like an over-sized soup can) filled with saw dust and dozens of lead or iron balls. When fired, the can would shred immediately, creating additional shrapnel. Canister rounds effectively made a cannon into a giant shotgun. A disassembled canister round. (Image from Wikipedia) As you can well imagine, this was brutally deadly against the types of line-of-battle formations that were used during the…

A charge was met with canister shot from artillery at close range.

Old RARE Vintage Antique Civil War Relic Alabama Volunteer Corps AVC Appomattox | eBay

Old Rare Vintage Antique Civil War Relic Alabama Volunteer Corps AVC Appomattox

Old RARE Vintage Antique Civil War Relic Alabama Volunteer Corps AVC Appomattox | eBay

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