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This Is An Interesting Piece-Three U.S. Three Cent Pieces, One Of Which I Believe Is A Counterfit With A Lead Mold Of One Side Of A Three Cent PIece-Recovered Central Virginia



Dug Bone Toothbrush Marked The Dandy Brush/ Warrented Perfect/ France-Recovered Middleburg, VA



M1859 Typical U.S. Regulation Spur-Recovered Malvern Hill, VA 



Very Cool Dug CS Fighting Knife Made With An Unsocketed Enfield Bayonet And A Brass Model 1833 US Artillery/ Dragoon Stirrup Cut To Conform To A D-Guard Style Knife-On The Edge Of The Stirrup Is Crudely Carved "Victory or Death"-Recovered From A Trash Pit In The Camp Of The 66th ILL VOL-The Piece May Have Been Taken From A CS Prisoner Being Held There-Recovered By Brant Arnold And Published On Pg.12 Vol.40, No.2 2017 NST Magazine 



Non-Dug 25 Cent J.A. Garman Sutler Token Of The 54th Pennsylvania Volunteers 



9th New York State Militia Sutler Token-F. MANGOLD is Marked On Reverse-Recovered Stafford, VA



7th Indiana Infantry Regimet Sutler Token-Front Marked 7th.IND.REG'T/25 CENTS/IN GOODS-Reverse Hard To Read But Marked-JOHN STANTON./DIE SINKER/ CINCINNATI-Recovered Stafford, VA



Three Interesting Thomas Porter Slave Trade Buttons-Made Of Pewter-20mm-No Shanks-Recovery Locations Unknown-Buttons Are Sold Seperatly And Prices Are From Left To Right





Early Battlefield Pickup Of A .54 Cal Hanovarian Rifle Bullet Mold-Picked Up In 1906 Near The Crater At Petersburg, VA-This Mold Was Picked Up Off The Battlefield By Rev. David Macrae



Excavated Star Device-MIssissippi Star?-Possibly A Rosette, But I Do Not Know For Certain-Recovery Location Uknown 



.577 Cal. Enfield Bayonet-Great Condition For a Dug Bayonet-Was Purchased From A Dealer In The Petersburg Area Many Years Ago