Misc Relics

ITEM # MR24                Dug Confederate Cavalry Spur. Great patina and a really nice look.

                                      Spur shows remnants of the rowel. Recovered Seven Pines, Va.


ITEM # MR23                                   1864 * Frankford Arsenal *  5 Second Fuzes..

                                                         Unopened and really nice condition.


ITEM # MR22              22ND  Reunion * Macon Ga. May 7-9 1912. Last Meeting of Lee & Jackson.

                                    Great condition and still has the attachment pin in place.


ITEM # MR21           Dug U.S.Regulation Company Letter 'A'. Great Hat Insignia without problems

                                 of any kind. Excavated from the U.S.Camps of Brooke Station,Va. ( 1" size ).


ITEM # MR20                        Dug U.S.Regulation Hat Letter ' F '. Super nice condition.

                                              Recovered near Brooke Station, Va. ( 1" Size ).


ITEM # MR19           *State of New York Belt Plate. Buckle has rim damage and missing hook.Great

                                  plate for the price. Recovered by Denis Pemberton Seven Day's Battles.


ITEM # MR18                        U.S.Cartridge Box Plate. Battle weary and missing hooks.

                                              Recovered Battle of Seven Pines,Va by Denis Pemberton.


ITEM # MR17                1864 Naval Watercap Fuse with ' N.Y ' Stamp. Uncommon fuse. N.Y.

                                      representing 'New York Depot' scarcer example of this 1864 fuse.

                                      Fuse has a small push to the top flange.


ITEM # MR16             Federal Picket Pin. Good dug condition with minimal pitting to the metal.

                                  This is the style with the fixed ring that will not move down the pin.

                                  Recovered near Fredericksburg, Va.


ITEM # MR15           Dug Regimental # 8. ' Lead Eight , I think surely Militia or Confederate used.

                                 Not the best of condition however a neat military relic. Excavated

                                 Battle of Seven Pines, Va. Stands 1 1/2".


ITEM # MR14         Richmond Arsenal C.S. Sword Belt Wreath. Great looking wreath without defects

                              or repairs. Excavated Dinwiddie Co, Va.



ITEM # MR13          C.S. Snake Buckle. British import by ' Isaacs Campbell ' of London. Smuggled                                                           through the Blockade for Confederate usage. Verbal provenance dug near

                               Spring Hill, TN. Dug complete with no repairs.


ITEM # MR12                 Lock and Hammer assembly for the U.S.New Model Sharps Carbine.

                                      Scarce Lock plate. Recovered west of Petersburg, Va.


ITEM # MR11                          U.S.Colt 44 Cal. Revolver Pocket Mold. Nice mold with sprue cutter

                                                in place. Iron construction, comes complete with Bullet and

                                               Ball. Mold is unmarked. These large caliber molds are scarce.


ITEM # MR10                Confederate Saddle Shield. This is the style often found embossed

                                      with the letters C.S. This one is unmarked. Recovered near the

                                      Battle of Hatcher's Run. Dinwiddie Co, Va. Measures 2'' = 1 1/2''.


ITEM # MR9                          Parrott Time Fuse Adapter With Flange. Great condition.


ITEM # MR8                    Candle Stick Holder. These holders would have been pushed into

                                        the ground or driven into wood for lighting up a soldier's tent.

                                        Much needed for camp life. Recovered near Antietam, Maryland.


ITEM # MR7                   Pad Lock. Early lock in really nice condition. I have dug several of        

                                       these over the years but most not in this nice of condition. Very

                                       light iron build-up and relatively smooth. Recovered from a

                                       Federal Camp in New Kent Co, Va.


ITEM # MR6                     U.S. Belt plate. Small size or ( Baby U.S. ) in good dug condition.

                                         Buckle is missing one hook but overall nice shape. Recovered in

                                         an 1864 camp at Bermuda Hundred, Va.


ITEM # MR5                      U.S. Poncho Hook or Cape Clasp. Nice dug condition and still

                                          retains it's iron hook. It is becoming very scarce to dig these

                                          like this anymore. Dug Drewry's Bluff, Va.


ITEM # MR4                        Dug U.S. Cartridge Box Plate. Missing Hooks and has some

                                            edge loss. Overall fair plate with great provenance. Dug on

                                            the Sayler's Creek Battlefield by Lee Jackson 2017.


ITEM # MR3                 " Triple Marked " U.S. Cavalry Carbine Sling Buckle. Nice dark plate and

                                        a really good strike. The tongue's are froze in place. Recovered from

                                        Stafford, Va.


ITEM # MR2                   U.S. / C.S. Cavalry Stirrup. Ornate design and great dug condition.

                                       Recovered near King & Queen Courthouse, Va.


ITEM # MR1                  U.S. Buckle or Cartridge Box Plate. This one has been " Melted Out "

                                      likely for field casting bullets. This was often done when supplies

                                      were low. Plate has been cased and ready for display.

                                      Excavated Virginia Campaign.