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All Dug Battlefield and camp relics have been recovered from private property with owner's permission.


Civil War Shot and Shell Relics
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ARTILLERY

A78

C.S. 3" Read Shell-Iron Is Chipped Around The Base-Deactivation Hole Is Honestly In A Bad Spot-Recovered On February 20th 1983 Off Of Squirrel Level Rd. Dinwiddie County,VA From The Siege of Petersburg

SOLD

A76

Britten Shell Nice 3.5in Britten Shell-Sabot Is Solid And Was Fired From A 12lb Blakely Rifle-Recovered Spanish Fort, AL by Larry McCoy in the 90's

$625.00

A72

Two Nice C.S. McEvoy Fuse Igniter's-Invented By C.A. McEvoy Of Richmond, VA And Patented January 7, 1863-Designed For Rifled Projectiles And Did Not Depend On Flame Passing The Shell To Light The Fuse-These Were Filled With Fulminate Compound-Upon Firing The Pin Would Be Pulled Igniting The Fulminate Thus Igniting The Paper Fuse Underneath-One Loop Of The Pin Remains-Both Recoverd At Bermuda Hundered 

$75.00

A19

Excellant U.S. Artillery Vent Pick Priming Wire For Cannon-Used To Puncture The Powder Bag Though The Vent At The Rear Of The Tube So That When The Fuse Primer Ignited, The Cannon Would Fire-16" In Length-See pg. 303 "Echoes of Glory: Arms and Equipment of the Union"

$50.00

A20

Excellant U.S. Artillery Vent Pick Priming Wire For Cannon-Used To Puncture The Powder Bag Though The Vent At The Rear Of The Tube So That When The Fuse Primer Ignited, The Cannon Would Fire-16" In Length-See pg. 303 "Echoes of Glory: Arms and Equipment of the Union"

$50.00