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Catalog of Authentic Civil War Relics & Collectibles


$229.00

Lead filled circular eagle breastplate

Civil War lead filled circular eagle breastplate both loops intact.

Usually ships 3-4 business days.

$475.00

Confederate Sword Buckle, 1864

Civil War era Confederate Cavalry Sword Buckle. Good condition.

Usually ships 3-4 business days.
Sorry, this one is sold out.

$139.95

2-inch Lead-Filled U.S. Cavalry Heart Bridle Rossette

This is a vintage 2-inch Lead-Filled U.S. Cavalry Heart Bridle Rossette excavated near Richmond, Virginia. Good condition; great patina.

Usually ships 3-4 business days.

$425.00

Confederate Bayonet

Civil War Brown Bess Socket Bayonet from the Tennesse area; some rust and pitting. Great Brown Patina.

Usually ships 3-4 business days.

$279.00

Union Bayonet

Civil War Union army Socket bayonet for .58 caliber muskets. Good condition.

Usually ships 3-4 business days.

$179.95

Brass Civil War Artillery insignia

Great Civil War era Brass Civil War Artillery insignia that was worn on top of the union soldier's hat (top of a forage cap or the front of a Hardee Hat for enlisted Infantrymen).

Usually ships 3-4 business days.

$179.95

Brass Civil War Hunting Horn Insignia

Great Civil War era Brass Civil War Hunting Horn insignia that was worn on top of the union soldier's hat (top of a forage cap or the front of a Hardee Hat for enlisted Infantrymen).

Usually ships 3-4 business days.

$49.95

Brass Civil War Dug Hunting Horn insignia

Great dug Civil War era Brass hunting horn insignia that was worn on top of the union soldier's hat.

Usually ships 3-4 business days.

$39.95

Dug Civil War Battlefield Horseshoe
CATALOG NO. cw20

Great dug Civil War era horseshoe from private land near Shiloh, Tennesse.

Usually ships 3-4 business days.

$479.00

Confederate Bellows from Richmond, VA
CATALOG NO. bellows1

Great pair of Civil War era bellows from Confederate family collection in Richmond, Virginia. Great patina.

Usually ships 3-4 business days.

$975.00

Confederate Era Bowie Knife
CATALOG NO. bowie10

Great Civil War era bowie knife; great patina. Good condition.

Usually ships 3-4 business days.


$679.00
CATALOG NO. confedknife100

Civil War era Confederate Long Knife


Confederate long knife heavy steel blade, wood grip. Knife is approximately 21-1/2 inch long, 17-1/4 inch blade,1-3/4 inch wide at broadest point.good condition. A very unique Civil War collectible.

Usually ships in 3 to 5 days.


$1,275.00
CATALOG NO. cwknife102

Civil War era Confederate Knife


Civil war era 11 1/2 inch clip point blade with unsharpened false edge. Re-curved steel crossguard, ivory handle. USA marking on base of blade. Great condition, nice patina. A very unique Civil War collectible.

Usually ships in 3 to 5 days.


$475.00
CATALOG NO. cwknife101

Rare folding Bowie by Sheffield


Civil war era folding bowie knife by Sheffield. Great condition, nice patina. A very unique Civil War collectible.

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$879.95
CATALOG NO. canteen101

Civil War era Confederate Canteen


Civil war era Confederate canteen, approximately 8 inches tall, 7-1/4 inches in diameter, wood with metal bands military style carrying strap Great condition, nice patina. A very unique Civil War collectible.

Usually ships in 3 to 5 days.


$1,295.00
CATALOG NO. confedrifle101

Civil War era Confederate Rifle


Civil war era Confederate cap and ball rifle, approx. 47-1/2 inches in length. Brass stockplate. Great condition, nice patina. A very unique Civil War collectible.

Usually ships in 3 to 5 days.

$325.00

Original Confederate 10 Cent Stamp

Rare Civil War era stamp from the confederacy; this is a CSA #11 Keatinge and Ball designed blue Jefferson Davis Stamp. On February 4, 1861 the first 6 seceded states joined together to form the central government of the Confederate States of America with Jefferson Davis as the provisional president and Montgomery, Alabama as the capital city. The capital would later move to Richmond after the secession of Virginia. The actual war began on April 12, 1861 with the bombardment of Fort Sumter. The end of the war is generally accepted as April 9 1865 when General Lee surrendered at Appomattox Court House. However, the actual end of the Confederacy is a blurred date (a CSA "PAID" cover from Seguin, Texas has the date June 4, 1865.

Usually ships 3-4 business days.

$179.00

Dug Civilwar Battlefield Relics
CATALOG NO. dugrelics004

Relics dug from frivate land near major Civil War battlefields displayed in a 6" by 8" display case. The actual war began on April 12, 1861 with the bombardment of Fort Sumter. The end of the war is generally accepted as April 9 1865 when General Lee surrendered at Appomattox Court House. Usually ships 3-4 business days.

$135.00

Civil War Era Harper's Weekly Newspaper
CATALOG NO. har3

Original Harper's Weekly in good condition from the Civil War era. The actual war began on April 12, 1861 with the bombardment of Fort Sumter. The end of the war is generally accepted as April 9 1865 when General Lee surrendered at Appomattox Court House. Usually ships 3-4 business days.

$225.00

Dug Civilwar Battlefield Relics
CATALOG NO. dugrelics005

Relics dug from private land near major Civil War battlefields displayed in a 6" by 8" display case. The actual war began on April 12, 1861 with the bombardment of Fort Sumter. The end of the war is generally accepted as April 9 1865 when General Lee surrendered at Appomattox Court House. Usually ships 3-4 business days.

$249.95

Dug Civilwar Battlefield Relics
CATALOG NO. dugrelics006

Relics dug from frivate land near major Civil War battlefields displayed in a 6" by 8" display case. The actual war began on April 12, 1861 with the bombardment of Fort Sumter. The end of the war is generally accepted as April 9 1865 when General Lee surrendered at Appomattox Court House. Usually ships 3-4 business days.

$125.00

Original 1861 Confederate Bank Note

Civil War era One Dollar confederate note from the State of North Carolina issued October 21, 1861 in Raleigh North Carolina.

Usually ships 3-4 business days.
SORRY, THIS ONE IS SOLD.

$135.00

Original Richmond 1864 10 Dollar Confederate Bank Note

Authentic Civil War era Ten Dollar Richmond confederate note dated February 17, 1864, Printed by Evans & Cogswell, this signed & numbered bill is 3” x 7” and was issued by The Confederate States of America. It has strong signatures and numbered 90168.

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$129.95

Original April 15, 1863 Discharge Payment Voucher

Civil War Memorabilia- an original April 15, 1863 DISCHARGE PAYMENT VOUCHER for George S. Masters, a member of A Company, 85th Regiment of the New York Volunteers. This authentic receipt was for a total of $221.69 which included 13 months and 15 days of pay at $13.00 per month plus other benefits. This was paid in full by Major Hurlbert, the Paymaster and covered the period March 1, 1962 to April 15, 1863. This 8 Ό” x 10” piece of paper is in delicate condition with one taped seam, a couple of chunks out of it and a a few small tears.However, it’s a great, authentic Civil War collectible.

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$425.00

Confederate Lone Star Sword Buckle

Civil War era rectangular Lone Star Buckle. This buckle is 3" wide by 2 inches tall. Good patina.

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SORRY-THIS ONE IS SOLD

$479.95

Paris Chevalier Civil War Era Binoculars & Case

Civil War era binoculars and carrying case. Marked Paris Chevalier. Good condition.

Usually ships 3-4 business days.

$329.95

Civil War Era Bullet Pouch

Old Confederate bullet pouch from the Civil War era. Great patina.

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$39.95

Five Bullets from Civil War Battlefields

Five authentic bullets excavated from a Civil War Battlefield located on private land. Great for Civil War displays.

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$1,995.00
CATALOG No. sharps1

Vintage Sharps Cavalry Cabine

Great relic of the Civil War era. Vintage Sharps Carbine with marked patent date of 1858. Measures 37 inches in length from the butt to the tip of the barrel. The Sharps uses a .52 caliber 475-grain projectile with a 50-grain cartridge and Falling Block action.

The Carbine version of the Sharps was very popular with the cavalry of both the Union and Confederate armies and was issued in much larger numbers than the full length rifle.

The falling block action lent itself to conversion to the new metallic cartridges developed in the late 1860s, and many of these converted carbines in .50-70 Gov't were used during the Indian Wars in the decades immediately following the Civil War.

The 1990 western film, "Quigley Down Under", starring Tom Selleck, featured the Sharps Rifle.

Usually ships in 5 to 7 days. Made in USA.

$850.00

Civil War Era Lone Star Clipped Edge Buckle

Great vintage Lone Star Clipped Edge Buckle dated 1864. 2-1/8 inch wide by 2 inches tall. Good patina.

Usually ships 4-5 business days.
Sorry, this one is sold out.

$479.95

Confederate Cavalry Sword Buckle

Confederate Cavalry Sword Buckle. Great patina.

Usually ships 4-5 business days.
Sorry, this one is sold out.

$475.00

Civil War Era Handcuffs and Key

Primitive set of handcuffs and key from the Civil War era. Great patina.

Usually ships 4-5 business days. Sorry, these are sold.

$579.95

Civil War Era Brass Engraved Powder Flask

Civil War era brass powder flask, great condition. Great patina.

Usually ships 4-5 business days.

$479.00

Civil War Era Bellows from Richmond Area

Great old pair of blacksmith bellows from the Richmond, Virgina area. Great patina.

Usually ships 4-5 business days.

$169.95

Civil War Era Blanket Buckle

Great blanket buckle from the Civil War era. Great patina.

Usually ships 4-5 business days.

$495.95

Civil War Lone Star Belt Buckle

Civil war Belt Buckle from the Lone Star State of Texas. This one is 3-1/8" wide by 2" tall. Good patina. Great collectible.
Usually ships in 4-5 business days.


$1,295.00

US Buckle with Bullet
Dug piece; Rare old U.S. Belt Buckle that took a bullet in the civil war and the soldier lived to tell about it. Added this great relic to my collection in the late 50's. Just one available.
Usually ships the next business day
SORRY, THIS ITEM HAS SOLD.

$95.00

timelife books on the Civil War

Set of six timelife books on the Civil War

Set of six Time Life Books providing a complete history of the Civil War. These books are in mint condition and filled with rare photographs, sketches, and color paintings of battles and officers and men of the civil war. These are the blue leather bound high quality books produced by Time Life Books. Usually ships in 3-4 business days


$19.95

Any selected title from the 28 volume timelife books on the Civil War


Select any one title out of the 28 volume hardbound The Civil War Series Books made in the 80s by Time Life Books. Each book features a rich faux tooled leather cover. The books are filled with lots of pictures and historical facts about the Civil War ! The condition of this set is excellent! No abuse or wear! They almost look new! Beautiful addition to any library.

Available titles include: 1. Master Index an Illustrated Guide; 2. Brother against Brother, (The War Begins); 3. First Blood, (Fort Sumter to Bull Run); 4. The Blockade, (Runners and Raiders); 5. The Road to Shiloh, (Early battles in the West); 6. Forward to Richmond, (McClellan's Peninsular Campaign); 7. Decoying the Yanks, (Jackson's Valley Campaign); 8. Confederate Ordeal, (The Southern Home Front); 9. Lee Takes Command, (From Seven Days to Second Bull Run); 10. The Coastal War, (Chesapeake Bay to Rio Grande); 11. Tenting Tonight, (The soldier's life); 12. The Bloodiest Day, (The Battle of Antietam); 13. War on the Mississippi, (Grants Vicksburg Campaign); 14. Rebels Resurgent, (Fredericksburg to Chancellorsville); 15. Twenty Million Yankees, (The Northern Home Front); 16. Gettysburg, (The Confederate High Tide); 17. The Struggle for Tennessee, (Tupelo to Stones River); 18. The Fight for Chattanooga, (Chickamauga to Missionary Ridge); 19. Spies, Scouts & Raiders, (Irregular Operations); 20. Battles for Atlanta, (Sherman Moves East); 21. the Killing Ground, (Wilderness to Cold Harbor); 22. Sherman's March, (Atlanta to the Sea); 23. Death in the Trenches, (Grant at Petersburg); 24. War on the Frontier, (The Trans-Mississippi West); 25. The Shenandoah in Flames, (The Valley Campaign of 1864) ; 26. Pursuit to Appomattox, (The Last Battles); 27. The Assassination, (Death of the President); 28. The Nation Reunited, (Wars Aftermath);

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$579.00

Civil War era cavalry saddlebags


Primitive old cavalry saddlebags; great condition but shows good patina.

Usually ships in 3-4 business days.


$325.75

Civil War era US marked saddlebag with carying strap.


Gret condition but good patina.
Sorry, this one is sold out.

Usually ships in 3-4 business days.


$1,675.00
Civil War Era Payroll Bag.

Primitive old Civil War Payroll Bag in great condition; excellent patina.

Usually ships in 3-4 business days.

$3,995.00

Civil War Surgeon's Bag with Instruments

Another rare civil war collectible; old civil war surgeon's bag with great patina but in fine condition. Includes six old instruments. Museum piece.

Usually ships in 3-4 business days .


$125.00

Set of 3 Original Newspapers from the Civil War Era (1861-1865)

Authentic Civil War Newspapers in Great condition. This set of rare old newspapers features several stories about the troops and battles and what was going on across the country during the Vivil War. Some yellowing with age but in great condition and easily read.

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$875.00

1863 Confederate Bond

Authentic 1863 Confederate $100 Bond with all original signatures and dated March 2, 1863. This relic of the civil war still has seven $4.00 interest payment vouchers that were scheduled for repayment after July 1865. All interest payment vouchers are also duly signed and carry the bond number. Own a piece of civil war history.

Usually ships in 3-4 business days.


$35.00

Authentic Bullets and documentation from Palmito Hill,Texas

Two Bullets (and documentation) from Palmito Hill,Texas, site of the last Civil War Battle. A real collector's item as the site is now closed to private collectors.

Usually ships in 3-4 business days.


$429.00

Civil War Era Binoculars

Vintage set of civil war era binoculars, great patina. Museum piece.

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$325.00

Civil War Era Knife

Great old Civil War knife, 13-1/4 inches from tip to end of handle; blade is 8-1/4 inches long; blade is 1-7/8 inch wide at the base. Usually ships in 5-7 business days Great condition, nice patina.
Usually ships in 3-4 business days


$1,795.00
CATALOG NO. CW14 RARE FIRST GUN PRODUCED BY SMITH & WESSON FOR CIVIL WAR

Smith & Wesson "Model 1" Second Issue 22-cal. pistol

Smith & Wesson "Model 1" Second Issue 22-cal. pistol was introduced in the spring of 1860 and manufactured until 1868, with a production of 115,000. The Second Issue was manufactured with a 3-3/16" barrel primarily for soldiers during the Civil War. This particular gun has a low serial number and is in excellent condition. A very unique Civil War collectible. Made in USA.

Usually ships in 3 to 4 days.
SORRY, THIS ITEM HAS SOLD.


$479.95
Civil War Bullet Mold

Civil War era, 2 chamber bullet mold


Civil War era, 2 chamber bullet mold. A very unique Civil War collectible. Made in USA.

Usually ships in 5 to 7 days.


$1,795.00
CATALOG NO. cw18

Civil War era Rifle equipped for bayonette


Civil War era Rifle equipped for bayonette; good condition. A very unique Civil War collectible. Made in USA.

Usually ships in 5 to 7 days.


$2,295.00
CATALOG NO. cw17

Rare Civil War era, Wesley Richards Confederate Cavalry Cabine

Rare Civil War era, Wesley Richards Confederate Cavalry Cabine; great patina. The Wesley Richards was adopted as the standard for the British Cavalry in 1861 and a favorite of the Confederate Cavalry because of its reliability and knockdown power. For the Southern troops, Sharp's Rifles were in short supply and the Union blockade was difficult to circumvent. The Westley Richards Co was located in Birmingham, England. This particular carbine was owned by descendants of a Civil War veteran until the 1970's when the gun was sold at the Tom Keilman auction in Pfluggerville, Texas and identifed as a great example of a Civil War Carbine by gun expert, Tom Keilman.

Usually ships in 5 to 7 days.


$475.00
Richmond Grays Buckle, 1864

Richmond Grays Sword Buckle, 1864


Great Richmond Grays clipped corners Sword Buckle, good condition. Great patina. From an estate sale in Tennessee.

Usually ships in 5 to 7 days.




$375.00
CATALOG No. cwsaddlebag1

Black Civil War era Saddlebag, Great patina.
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$379.95
CATALOG No. cwsaddlebagbrown

Brown Civil War era Saddlebag, stamped US. Great patina.
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$39.95

Civil War Era Tin Type

Great old civil war era tin type (Atlanta businessman seated). Came out of an old Civil War era photo album. Great condition.
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$29.95
Civil War Era Tintype (Man with Mustache)

Early-day tin type photograph of gentleman standing.
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$32.50
Civil War Era Tin-type-Georgia businessman standing)

Vintage tin-type photo of Atlanta Georgia businessman.
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$39.95
Vintage Civil War Era Tin Type Photograph

Vintage Civil War Era Tin Type Photograph of Altanta George Lady seated.
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$39.95
Civil War era Tin Type Phoato of Antlanta Lady

Great vintage tin type photo of Atlanta, Georgia lady standing. Great condition.
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$29.95
Vintage Civil War Era Tin

Civil War Era photo of three lady servants, Atlanta Georgia.
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$39.95
Vintage Tin Type Photo

Vintage Civil War Era Tin Type with two businessmen from the Atlanta Georgia area. One man is standing, the other is seated.
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$29.95
Vintage Tin Type Photo

Vintage Civil War Era Tin Type of an Atlanta Georgia businessman. Photo in good condition.
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$479.95

Commemorative Civil War Belt Buckles

Limited edition Blue Gray solid brass buckles by Award Design Metals in a beautiful oak display frame.
Includes Gettsburg (July 1-3, 1863) With Generals Lee and Meade, Chancellorsville (May 1-3, 1963 , Jackson and Hooker, Atlnta, July 22, 1864, Hood and Sherman, and Shiloh, April 6-7, 1862, Beauregard and Grant. All buckles sealed and in mint condition. Usually ships in 5-7 business days. Only one collection in stock.







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