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CIVIL WAR MEMORABILIA > Relics

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All relics that we sell that are attributed to a certain battle or battlefield are obtained on private property with the consent of the owner, or come from old time 19th century or very early 20th century collections. We do not buy or sell any artifacts that were obtained from Federal or State property.

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item Mem7862: Souvenir From Confederate General Stonewall Jackson's House

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Mem7862

Souvenir From Confederate General Stonewall Jackson's House

This piece of coverlet was owned by Colonel Elijah W. Penny who had service in three Indiana Union regiments and was wounded six times. The period note that came with this relic identifies the coverlet as being taken out of Stonewall Jackson's house after the "U.S. Civil War in 1865." A Xerox copy of the original note is included with the COA. Colonel Perry was discharged in Charlotte, N.C. in late 1865 and obviously obtained this souvenir during his return home west either personally or from an officer friend. During the Civil War the house was...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item Mem7860: Relics From The Confederate Blockade Runner Georgiana

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Relics From The Confederate Blockade Runner Georgiana

Relic card with 3 brass pins and 1 ceramic button recovered from the wreck of the Georgiana. 5 x 3, gray card with illustration of a sailing ship at the top left, and imprint that reads: Georgiana. Brass sewing pins and ceramic button that were manufactured in England and taken from the wreck of the CSA blockade runner named the "Georgiana" which sank off the South Carolina coast in 1863 while trying to run the Federal blockade into Charleston from Bermuda. Brass pins were unavailable in the South and imported pins were a prized commodity....  

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Battle of Shiloh Captured Confederate Flag Display

The Battle of Shiloh, also known as the Battle of Pittsburg Landing, was fought April 6-7, 1862, in southwestern Tennessee. A Union army under Major General Ulysses S. Grant had moved via the Tennessee River deep into Tennessee and was encamped principally at Pittsburg Landing on the west bank of the river. Confederate forces under Generals' Albert Sidney Johnston and P.G.T. Beauregard launched a surprise attack on Grant there. On the first day of the battle, the Confederates struck with the intention of driving the Union defenders away from the river and...  

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Libby Prison Display

Includes a 3 3/4 x 3 inch piece of tide water cypress which originated from a beam from Libby Prison. Handsomely displayed within double mat boards of cream and red, and highlighted with two modern copy photographs, and descriptive text. The photo at the top of the display is a Civil War period view showing Libby as a Confederate prison. Captain Turner, the commandant of Libby Prison, is one of the men standing in front of the tents in the foreground. The bottom photograph is a view of the reconstructed interior of Libby Prison as it appeared on display...  

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Fort Morgan, Alabama, Confederate Battle Flag Display

Authentic, original piece of the Confederate battle flag that flew over Fort Morgan, Alabama, when it was captured by Admiral David G. Farragut in 1864. Handsomely displayed within cream and red, double mat board design. Includes a copy vignette of the naval battle of Mobile Bay, in the upper window opening, while the original Confederate battle flag remnant is prominently shown at the center of the display. The following descriptive text highlights the display at the bottom: Confederate Battle Flag of Fort Morgan, Battle of Mobile Bay. The Battle of...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item Mem7327: Confederate Artillery Uniform Button

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Confederate Artillery Uniform Button

Large two piece iron backed coat size Confederate artillery uniform button with shank. No back mark. Good sharp face with large "A" and no indentations.  

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The Execution of Lincoln Conspirator Mary Surratt

Very rare historical display which includes strands of President Abraham Lincoln's hair, wood from the gallows where the Lincoln conspirators were hung, a piece of the cloth that bound the arms of Mrs. Mary Surratt during her execution and a strand of Mrs. Surratt's hair.

On July 7, 1865, Mary Surratt, Lewis Powell, David Herold and George Atzerodt were hanged from a wooden scaffold in the yard of the Old Arsenal Penitentiary in Washington, D.C. They had been tried and found guilty as conspirators in the plot to assassinate President Abraham...  

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State of Virginia Button

Excavated, State Seal of Virginia, Civil War, coat size uniform button with Virtus' spear resting on Tyranny. Missing shank. Backmark: Canfield Bro. & Co., Baltimore. Excavated in Virginia.  

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Civil War Infantry Hat Insignia

Stamped brass hunting horn device. This authentic insignia was worn on the hats of Civil War soldiers to designate that they were in the infantry branch of the service. Complete with original fastening hooks on the reverse. Measures 3 1/2 inches in width. Very fine and desirable Civil War relic.
 

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Relics From the Confederate Blockade Runner Minho

The "Minho" ran the Union blockade between Charleston and Bermuda. On October 2nd, 1862, she ran aground and was struck by a shell from the U.S.S. "Flambeau," while trying to enter Charleston Harbor. Her cargo consisted of arms for the Confederate Army.

Three English Enfield percussion caps. Desirable Confederate blockade runner relics.  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item Mem5578: Civil War Infantry Display

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Civil War Infantry Display

An eye catching display with color graphic of a Civil War battle scene, and featuring an authentic brass infantry hat insignia mounted on authentic red & white remnants from a 34 star U.S. Civil War flag used during the war. Descriptive text about Civil War infantry rounds out the presentation. Double matted in cream and red mat boards. Overall size is 11 x 14.

Please note that the display is larger than our scanner so it does have full wide borders.  

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Display, Flag Remnants, 155th New York Infantry Corcoran's Irish Brigade

In October 1862, more than 400 Buffalo men, most of them Irish, heeded President Abraham Lincoln's call for additional volunteers during the Civil War and crowded into Fort Porter near the present day Peace Bridge to become the basis of the 155th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, part of Corcoran's Irish Legion, 2nd Division 2nd Corps. The 155th, marching under a green banner emblazoned with the Harp of Erin, journeyed to Staten Island, N.Y., where it was consolidated with other units so that ultimately the regiment...  

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