Non-Excavated

Civil War Artifacts: Non-Excavated

Fancy Silver I.D. Pin – Beautifully Engraved – Josiah M. Morrill, 13th Mass. Infantry – Captured at Gettysburg on July 1st, 1863 


Striking Scrapbook Page from Sailor Joseph Watson, USS Montgomery – Watson has mounted a number of colorful labels from wine bottles “CAPTURED FROM THE REBEL STEAMER PET”


Rare broadside entitled, “CAMP OF 5th VIRGINIA VOL. INFANTRY U.S.A.” – “OUR CHAPLAIN” – Shows the Chaplain playing his hand organ as the men sing along!


Broadside from the Fifth Maine Regiment Association – Concerning their 1894 Reunion in Portland Harbor, ME.


Button that William L. Howorth Used to Smuggle a Letter Out of Libby Prison – Sent to the Commander of the U. S. Gun Ship Steamer Conemaugh



I.D. Disc from the 14th Brooklyn, “The Red Legged Devil’s” – Julius Scudder, Co. C



Gettysburg Medal of Honor Recipient General Alexander S. Webb Sends Home a Souvenir from the Battlefield of Fair Oaks, Virginia, May 1862 – NOTE & AUTOGRAPH ALL IN HIS HAND!



Pair of American Indian Vintage Sterling Silver Spoons – One 6 inch & one 4 inch



Stunning Applied Wreath NCO Saber Belt Plate



Relic from the Fall of Vicksburg – Col. Frederick Starring of the 72nd Illinois Infantry Collected a Piece of Slate from the Famous Court House Roof! – Great Period Ink Tag



Pair of Smith’s Patent Infantry Colonel’s Shoulder Straps Featuring a Silver Eagle on Each


Extremely Rare “Regimental” Entitled Life in Camp: A History of the Nine Months’ Service of the Fourteenth Vermont Regiment, from October 21, 1862, when it was Mustered into the U.S. Service, to July 21, 1863, including the Battle of Gettysburg.


Relics Collected by Captain Henry L. Pasco, Co. A, 16th Connecticut Infantry – Two Relics from Appomattox Court House



Colorful Examples of Confederate Patriotic Flag Stationery & an Extremely Rare Patriotic Envelope – Both with Period Ink Inscriptions



“Souvenir” brought back by William C. Harris, Co. H, 71st Pa. Infantry after being released from Prison in Richmond, Va. – He had been captured in the Ball’s Bluff Disaster



Original Soldier Art -William Ku Russell, Co. E 22nd N. Y. Volunteers in “Camping in the Woods”



Book Written by Abner Double Day, Reminiscences of Forts Sumter & Moultrie in 1860-61



From our Black History/Slavery Collection: Two Early 6 Inch Plates Featuring Slaves

Our Collection of 8 Silver Spoons Showing the Different Silversmiths in Charleston, S.C. – Each Stamped with the Silversmiths Name


Highly Desirable Civil War Cavalry Captain’s Shoulder Straps


Pair of Civil War Infantry Major Shoulder Straps – Excellent!


185th New York Volunteers – The Christian Soldier’s League I.D. Disc/Medal – THE ONLY ONE WE HAVE EVER SEEN


12th Corps Badge with 90+% Original Red Paint


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