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Civil War Shot and Shell Relics
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ARTILLERY

 

A69

Seldom Seen Unopened 1864 Dated Frankford Arsenal Pack Of Friction Primers-Contains A Wood Drilled Block And 5 Friction Primers

$250.00

A68

Unopened 1864 Dated Frankford Arsenal Fuse Pack-Contains 5 25 Second Fuses-All Original Very Nice Condition 

$100.00

A67

Unopened 1864 Dated Frankford Arsenal Fuse Pack-Contains 5 15 Second Fuses-All Original and Complete With Minor Wear To The paper

$85.00

A66

Unopened 1863 Dated Frankford Arsenal Fuse Pack-Contains 5 12 Second Fuses-All Original With Minor Wear To The paper

$85.00

A65

Unopened 1864 Dated Frankford Arsenal Fuse Pack-Contains 5 10 Second Fuses-All Original And Very Little Wear 

$75.00

A64

Unopened 1864 Dated Frankford Arsenal Fuse Pack-Contains 5 5 Second Fuses-All Complete and Original-Minor Wear To The Paper

$75.00

A63

C.S. 2.94 inch Short Broun Shell For 3" Rifle-Copper Sabot Blown Off From Being Fired As Most Did-These Shells Are Found On Late War Sites-Recovered    Dinwiddie, Petersburg Campaign       

$275.00

A62

Nice Example Of A 32lb Solid Shot-Iron Has Light Pitting But Overall Very Good-Recovered Bermuda Hundred

$225.00

A60

24lb Spherical Shell With Wood Fuse Remaining-Iron Is Very Smooth-Recovered Under Water By Divers Near City Point, Appomatox River

$275.00

A59

C.S. 32lb Sperical Shell-Bormann Fuse Is A Confederate Copy Of The Federal Bormann Fuse-These Shells Are Much Harder To Find Then Their 12lb Counterparts-Recovered 23 March 1978 Off Rt. 606 Chesterfield County, Bermuda Hundred Campaign

$375.00

A58

U.S. Shenkl Case Shot-Combination Fuse Has Been Broken Due To Being Fired-Numbers On Top Of The Flange Are Still Legible-Recovered July 1981 Dinwiddie County, Petersburg Campaign

$250.00

A54

NIce example Of A 2.94 US Hotchkiss Case Shot-Very Prevelant Rifling In The Lead Sabot From Being Fired-Iron Overall Is Very Smooth With Minor Pitting-Recovered Dinwiddie County Petersburg Campaign

$300.00

A53

Very Nice 2.9in 10lb US Parrott Type I w/Zinc Fuse Plug and Iron Sabot-Overall Iron is Nice and Better Than Average-Rifling Is Visible In The Sabot-Recovered Fredericksburg Area

$200.00

A51

Very Seldom Seen Early Battlefield Recovery US Bormann Fuse Punch-Iron Is Ever So Slighly Pitted And Brass Has A NIce Even Patina-Recovered Fredericksburg

$275.00

A45

U.S. 3.67" 20lb Parrott Type II Long Pattern-Zinc Fuse Plug-Brass Sabot Intact w/ Great Rifling With 5 Lands and Grooves-Recovered Petersburg Campaign

$300.00

A16

U.S. Hotchkiss Fuse-Slight Bend-Few Hits-Iron From Shell Adhered To Fuse-Recovered At Petersburg

$45.00

A43

C.S. Copper Elongated Projectile Time Fuze-Digger markings On Bottom But Cannot Make Them Out-Recovery Unknown

$55.00

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"

$65.00

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"

$65.00