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Authentic Gettysburg Battlefield Civil War Relics and Civil War Artifacts for Sale


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Welcome to GettysburgAddress.com here you will find rare authentic Gettysburg Civil War Relics Artifacts Buckles and Gettysburg Civil War belt buckles, bullets, Civil War displays and many other Civil War accouterments for sale. In addition we also have authentic Gettysburg Battlefield Civil War Cannon balls for sale, Insignia, artillery fuses, fragments, canister shot, buttons and personal items. You will find games played by soldiers, including dominoes, bone dice, poker cards and hammered lead chips. Please check our website regularly for authentic Civil War relics and artifacts for sale. If we don't have it ... chances are we find it for you!

Imagine how frightening it must have been for your brother or father to go off to fight in places you had never heard of until the War started. Think of the uncertainty of not knowing when or if you would ever see them alive again and having to continue your daily life without them. Crops had to be planted and harvested, businesses had to continue running, children still had to be feed, all these jobs fell on those who were left behind.

I preserve the history that is known about these Civil War relics and artifacts like those recovered by local Gettysburg resident by John Cullison and other relic hunters for future generations to enjoy and learn from before the information is lost forever. Thank You for visiting and please contact us if you need further assistance in purchasing any Gettysburg Civil War relics artifacts for sale.

INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE CONTACT ME WITH RELIC - ARTIFACT FOR SALE, QUANTITY AND ADDRESS PRIOR TO ORDERING.

Please contact ray kline at info@gettysburgaddress.com You may include the item name, price listed and your complete mailing address. Checks may be sent to ...
Ray kline 51 Dew Drop Ln. Gettysburg PA 17325 ph. 717 420 5515

I AM VERY SORRY TO EVERYONE WHO'S ORDER I COULD NOT FILL DUE TO MY MOM'S MEDICAL CONDITIONS.

I WILL BE LISTING ADDITIONAL GETTYSBURG CIVIL WAR RELICS AND ARTIFACTS FOR YOUR COLLECTION SOON.

I found several Gettysburg Civil War artifacts for sale that I came across when I was unpacking boxes from when we moved back from MO that I had lost track of. I found US Buckles. US Cartridge box plates, a 12 lb. cannonball and a rare Model 1842 Springfield Musket dated 1851 from Harpers Ferry - Confederate that I will be listing once I catch up on relics I have sold thro-ugh private transactions.

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Robert E. Lee display
George Meade display
* Robert Edward Lee

Born: Stratford Hall Alexandria, Virginia 1807
Died: Lexington Virginia Oct. 12,1870

Gen. Robert E. Lee was at full strength against Maj. Gen. George G. Meade's Army of the Potomac at the crossroads county seat of Gettysburg. On July 1, Confederate forces converged on the town from west and North, driving Union defenders back through the streets to Cemetery Hill. During the night, reinforcements arrived for both sides. On July 2, Lee attempted to envelop the Federals, first striking the Union left flank at the Peach Orchard, Wheatfield, Devil's Den, and the Round Tops with Longstreet's and Hill's divisions, and then attacking the Union right at Culp's and East Cemetery Hills with Ewell's divisions. By evening,the Federals retained Little Round Top and had repulsed most of Ewell's men. During the morning of July 3, the Confederate infantry were driven from their last toe-hold on Culp's Hill. In the afternoon, after a preliminary artillery bombardment, Lee attacked the Union center on Cemetery Ridge. The Pickett-Pettigrew assault (more popularly, Pickett's Charge) momentarily pierced the Union line but was driven back with severe casualties. Stuart's cavalry attempted to gain the Union rear but was repulsed. On July 4, Lee began withdrawing his army toward Williamsport on the Potomac River. His train of wounded stretched more than fourteen miles.

Matted in display Including an authentic Gettysburg Battlefield .52 cal. Sharps Carbine - Confederate Bullet in dropped condition and a C.S.A. Flat-button. Confederate buttons weren't as fancy as the Unions due in part to their limited resources and money.

$32.95 --Shipping in US included in price. The display is costly to ship due to its size and glass.

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* George Gordon Meade

Born: December 31, 1815 Cádiz, Spain
Died: November 6, 1872 (aged 56) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

During the Gettysburg Campaign, he was appointed to command the Army of the Potomac just three days before the Battle of Gettysburg, but was able to organize his forces to fight a successful defensive battle against Robert E. Lee.

In 1864–65, Meade continued to command the Army of the Potomac through the Overland Campaign, the Richmond-Petersburg Campaign, and the Appomattox Campaign, but he was overshadowed by the direct supervision of the general in chief, Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, who accompanied him throughout these campaigns. He also suffered from a reputation as a man of short, violent temper who was hostile toward the press and received hostility in return. After the war, he commanded several important departments during Reconstruction.

Matted in display Including an authentic Gettysburg Battlefield .58 cal. Mini ball in dropped condition and an Eagle button in relic condition.

$32.95 --Shipping in US included in the price. The display is costly to ship due to its size and the glass.

We use PayPal for secure online payment. To order by phone, call Tell them you want the Union General Meade display and Gettysburg Civil War artifacts for sale.

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* Rare Antique Original Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation Deed from 1959

These antique Civil War preservation deeds were issued in 1959 by the Battlefield Preservation Association of Gettysburg to raise money to purchase Battlefield Property that was danger of development. Charlie Weaver spearheaded the campaign. $1 dollar allowed you to help procure 1 square foot of the Battlefield property and the Battlefield deed was given in appreciation for the donation. Authentic Historical campaign deed. Of course you don't own the property but you do help preserve the Gettysburg Battlefield property and buy more.

LTD. $19.95 SHIPPED--First Class Mail Shipping Tube in US included in price! We use PayPal for secure online payment. To order by phone, Tell them you want a Battlefield Preservation Deed 1959.

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1853 Enfield Cavalry Carbine
* GETTYSBURG CIVIL WAR - 1853 ENFIELD CONFEDERATE CALVARY CARBINE


*** NEW LISTING *** Just listed - I have not listed a rare Gettysburg Civil War relic artifact for sale for many months due to Mom being sick.

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This is a 1856 Pattern Enfield Cavalry Carbine. This percussion carbine is a muzzle loading Smoothbore. Has a 21" barrel, 2 bands, carbine sights, brass furniture, and original captive ramrod. These Pattern 1856 Cavalry Percussion Carbines were made by various English manufactures, London, England, Liege, Belgium, 1856 1866. Overall length: 37". Muzzleloader, single shot. U.S. records show only 200 English carbines imported during the Civil War. However, the short muzzle-loading carbine was a favorite of Confederate troopers. It is likely that several thousand made their way into Southern hands. The Standard Catalog of Civil War Firearms by John F. Graf value's this gun between $1,850 and $6,500 depending on condition.


Gettysburg Artifacts Civil War Tin Cups
Gettysburg Civil War Relics Tin Cup
* Civil War Soldier Tin Cup - Personal Gettysburg Relics

This tin cup shows a folded and soldered construction that was common during the Civil War. It measures 3 1/2 inches inches wide by 2 1/2 inch tall, the handle is firmly attached. This Civil War tin cup was purchased from a local Civil War collector of Gettysburg Civil War relics artifacts. I do have ONE Civil War plate relics for sale if interested please email me.

While tin cups were standard US Army issued often they were supplied or replaced by sutlers. This cup may have a Confederate origin as it is not marked US on the bottom. Soldiers regularly used cups like this to both drink and eat from when plates were not readily available. Simple things like eating utensils were at times difficult to find for soldiers on both sides.

More often than not soldiers bought these goods from sutlers. The sutler was not an enlisted man, only a civilian. Army Regulations stated that sutlers could be appointed as one for every regiment, corps, or separate detachment, of course, with the approval from a higher authority. They made a business of suttling, or supplying food, and an assortment of other articles to the troops. He was a dry-goods dealer, a grocer, and provided other necessities that were likely to be called for in the service of the soldiers.

$125.00 - Civil War Soldier Tin Cup --$5.00 Shipping in US included in price! We use PayPal for secure online payment. To order by phone, Ask for the Civil War Tin Cup artifact from Gettysburg for sale.

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Civil War canister cannonball display stand
* Civil War Canister or Cannonball Display Stand

This round carved wooden stand with feet is ideal for displaying that special Civil War canister or cannonball that's been rolling around. Ideal for Iron Shot that's 1 1/2" to 4" inches in diameter. The stand is finished in a rich, dark lacquer.

I provide these stands to buyers of my canister shot or cannonballs now ever since the plastic ones stopped being produced. They work great and do not distract from the artifact. Perfect to display your favorite artillery round.

$12.00 - Civil War Canister or Cannonball Display Stand --Shipping included in price.

We use PayPal for secure online payment. Small postal fee added to cart. To order by phone 717-420-5470, Tell them you want the Gettysburg Civil War relics canister cannonball display stand for sale. Or email us for questions you may have at - info@gettysburgaddress.com.


US Three Cent Silver Coin
* CIvil War - US Three Cent Silver Coin - Personal Effect found on Battlefield Property w/Permission

Smallest US coin ever minted....smaller than a dime. Legally recovered by Gettysburg relic hunter on private property.

The three cent coin has an unusual history. It was proposed in 1851 both as a result of the decrease in postage rates from five cents to three and to answer the need for a small-denomination, easy-to-handle coin. The three cent silver featured a shield on a six sided star on the obverse and the Roman numeral III on the reverse. The coin was initially composed of 75% silver and 25% copper to ensure that the coin would be considered real currency yet not worth melting down for the silver. The coins were physically the lightest weight coins ever minted by the United States, weighing only 4/5 of a gram and with a diameter smaller than a modern dime and only slightly greater than the smallest gold dollars. The silver coins were known as "fishscales". The term "trimes" is often used today for these coins but it was first used by the director of the United States Mint (James Ross Snowden) at the time of their production.

We know that while the date of the coin is missing due to the hole this trime is of the design in effect between 1851 and 1853. In 1854 the coin went through a design change such that two lines were now used to border the star on the obverse and an olive sprig was added above and a bundle of arrows below the Roman numeral III on the reverse. This personal effect, prized by collectors, measures 0.55 inch in diameter - the image shown here is approximately twice the actual size.

SALE ... $50.00 - POSTAGE, INSURANCE AND TRACKING ADDED TO COST We use PayPal for secure online payment. To order by phone 717-420-5470, Tell them you want the dug US Three Cent Silver Coin Civil War relics from Gettysburg for sale. Or email us for item info and payment options - info@gettysburgaddress.com.




Gettysburg Civil War Confederate Friction Primer
* Confederate Friction Primer Seminary Ridge - John Cullison

This Confederate cannon friction primer is from Seminary Ridge and was used by the Corps of Lt. Gen. A.P. Hill during Pickett's Charge. Approximately 170 Confederate cannons were joined by about 80 Union cannons, in a two hour barrage that was likely the largest display of artillery in the Civil War to that point. The cannon barrage could be heard as far as Baltimore, Maryland some 59.8 miles away from Gettysburg.

This rare Confederate artifact is from a collection of Gettysburg Civil War relics and artifacts recovered by well known relic hunter John Cullison. Once these brass friction primers littered the ground from the cannonawde which preceeded Picketts Charge. This piece of friction primer has part of the long stem which broke off.

The friction primer for cannon is a small brass tube filled with gunpowder, which is ignited by drawing a rough wire briskly through friction composition, contained in a smaller tube inserted into the first, near the top, and soldered at right angles to it. A lanyard, with a hook attached which is used to ignite the primer which enables the cannon to fire.

37.50 - signed COA included - This rare Confederatee friction primer was once part of a large lot of primers which littered the ground along the line of Confederate cannons that unleased all hell on Union artillery along Cemetery Ridge. Shipping in US included in price! We try to ship the same day payment is made; if not we will mail within 48 hrs

We use PayPal for secure online payment. To order by phone, Tell them you want the rare Gettysburg Civil War Confederate Cannon Friction Primer for sale.

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Gettysburg Brass Tompion For Enfield Rifle
* Civil War Enfield Rifle Tompion Relic

These Enfield tompions are exceedingly rare to find. Usually the cork has deteriorated away, leaving only the top and wire which runs down through the cork to the metal bottom. For use in keeping the barrel free of rain water and debris while on the march. I purchased this rare piece from a local collector and has been in my collection ever since. Guaranteed an authentic Gettysburg Civil War relic. Comes with a COA on laminated parchment paper.

The Enfield 1853 rifle-musket was used by both the North and the South in the American Civil War, and was the second most widely used infantry weapon in the war, surpassed only by the Springfield Model 1861 Rifled Musket. The Confederates imported more Enfields during the course of the war than any other small arm, buying from private contractors and gun runners. It has been estimated that over 900,000 P53 Enfields were imported to America.

SALE $50.00 - Relic Tompion For Enfield Rifle --Shipping in US included in price! We use PayPal for secure online payment. To order by phone, Ask for the Gettysburg Civil War Tompion For Enfield Rifle for sale.

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Irish Brigade Insignia Gettysburg artifacts * Irish Brigade Insignia - Leading up to the Battle of Gettysburg, the brigade recovered several hundred of its injured from Fredericksburg and was able to field nearly 600 men - in reality, barely at regimental size. At Gettysburg, the brigade distinguished itself in the Wheatfield under the command of Col. Kelly as the 2nd Brigade of the 1st Division, Brigadier General John C. Caldwell of the II Corps, Major General Winfield S. HancockL.

The Insignia was part of a group of artifacts recovered from the Wheatfield. This insignia once belonged to local Gettysburg resident John Cullison. Cullison excavated relics on the field from 1935-1959. John Cullison eventually sold his collection to the Rosensteel/Eckert family - now the core of the National Park Services collection of Gettysburg artifacts.

This authentic rare Irish Brigade Insignia pin has a darker patch-like natural patina, The insignia is darker than the one shown here.

Fortunately this rare Irish Brigade Insignia was acquired before the National Park bought Cullisons collection or this rare artifact would not be available. Don't miss this chance to own an artifact from the well know relic hunter - John Cullison.
SOLD - $195.00--Signed COA on parchment paper, Shipping, Insurance and Tracking in US included in price! - We use PayPal for secure online payment. To order by phone, Tell them you want the rare Irish Brigade Insignia.
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Knapsack Loop & Hook
* COMPLETE - Dug relic Gettysburg Civil War Knapsack Loop & J-Hook - knapsack loop and hook for keeping soldiers back pack securely closed. The J-hook slips on to triangle attachment. Recently purchased along with several other Gettysburg Civil War artifacts from local digger collection. All were legally recovered with land owner permission. Comes with COA and is guaranteed as described.

$25.00 - TOTAL --Shipping. Insurance and Tracking in US included in price! We use PayPal for secure online payment. To order by phone, Tell them you want the dug Gettysburg Civil War Knapsack Loop and J-Hook relics for sale.

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Dug Civil War Poker Chip
* Dug Civil War Poker Chips
Civil War Poker Chips were made by hammering round musket balls or minie balls. The musket balls were preferred as the hammering of a lead roundball produced naturally a round "chip".

Poker was one of the games soldiers played when not attending to their duties to relieve boredom. This worked very nicely and the lead was not wasted as all the soldier needed to do was to melt down the chip and recast it. I rarely have these great Civil War Poker Chips and collectors like to stack them like a modern day gambler. Comes with a signed statement of authenticity laminated on parchment paper. ALSO INCLUDED IS A PHOTOCOPY OF SOLDIERS PLAYING POKER! Great addition to your Gettysburg Civil War collection of relics.

I have a few musket balls that were hammered flat into Poker Chips available in better condition than this one shown.

$17.50 - Dug Civil War Poker Chip. --Shipping/Insurance in US included in price! We use PayPal for secure online payment. To order by phone, Ask for the Dug Gettysburg Civil War Poker Chip for sale.

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CSA Canister Shot From Culp's Hill
* Civil War Confederate Canister Shot From Culp's Hill - The Largest Used At Gettysburg 2 Inches Wide - Culp's Hill is the only hill on the battlefield that was attacked in some way shape or form on all three days of the battle. The Forces that were mostly involved in the fighting there were Johnson's Confederate division (Stonewall Jackson's former command) and Union troops of the 12th Army Corps under the command of Major General Henry Slocum. During the Battle of Gettysburg, July 1–3, 1863, Culp's Hill was a critical part of the Union Army defensive line, the principal feature of the right flank, or "barbed" portion of what is described as the "fish-hook" line. Holding the hill was by itself unimportant because its heavily wooded sides made it unsuitable for artillery placement, but its loss would have been catastrophic to the Union army. It dominated Cemetery Hill and the Baltimore Pike, the latter being critical for keeping the Union army supplied and for blocking any Confederate advance on Baltimore or Washington, D.C.

This CSA canister shot came from Culp's Hill and is the largest used at the Battle of Gettysburg - 2".. Comes with display stand and a photo showing the trees riddled with artillery and gun fire. It is hard to imagine being struck by such a heavy piece of iron. When you hold this iron ball in your hands.... well, the bravery of every soldier is mind boggling.

$60.00 FREE DISPLAY STAND--Shipping in US included in price!

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To order by phone, please let them know you want the Gettysburg Civil War relics CSA Canister Shot From Culp's Hill for sale. Thank You!

Comes with COA stating where it was recovered - Culp's Hill.

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Gettysburg Civil War Spencer Carbine Cartridge * Civil War Spencer Carbine Cartridge - Complete The Spencer Cartridge was ONLY issued to the 5th and 6th Michigan under Brg. General George Armstrong Custer at GETTYSBURG. The Spencer rifle received the unique advantage and distinction of having President Lincoln firing it during shooting trials on the White House lawn and then giving his personal endorsement! The .52 caliber Spencer carbine had a terribly demoralizing effect on the Confederate soldiers.

The Soldiers who carried these must have thought themselves invincible when in combat against Confederates carrying their slow-firing muzzleloaders. THE Spencer became the most famous of all Civil War small arms.

SOLD - $60.00 --Shipping in US included in price! Will mail with in 48 hrs. of payment!

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civil war marbles
* 5 Clay Civil War Marbles LIMITED QUANTITY! 5 different Civil War clay marbles from local Civil War dealer/collectors collection. Colors are grey, brown to tan colored clay. Marbles was a game played by Soldiers when not fighting and to relieve boredom. All authentic and approx. 3/8 - 1/2 inch in diameter, some variance. Nice addition to a Civil War collection.

$15.00 --Shipping in US included in price! AND DELIVERY CONFIRMATION ALSO. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS, PLEASE CONTACT ME FOR POSTAGE FEE

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Gettysburg keyring
* Witness Trees of Christ Lutheran keyring Special efforts have been made throughout Gettysburg and its surrounding battlefields to identify and preserve trees dating back to the American Civil War. They have been dubbed "Witness Trees".

Planted shortly after the construction of Christ Lutheran Church in 1837, these trees witnessed great historic moments of the Civil War. The Witness Trees of Christ Lutheran had to be cut down. They have been preserved down to their saw dust and turned into such items as these keyrings.

Now you can own a piece of history that stands as witness to:
*Thadeus Stevens
*Jubel Early's Slave hunters
*A Civil War Hospital
*Old Liz Butler
*Ladies of Christ Lutheran
*Horatio Stockton Howell
*Gettysburg Address

$22.00 --Shipping in US included in price! Comes with a signed COA and an informational trifold flyer.

We use PayPal for secure online payment. To order by phone call - My Cell 717-778-8444 , and tell them you want the Witness Trees of Christ Lutheran keyring. Or email us regarding items and payment options - Witness Tree Keyring.


150th Gettysburg 3 Bullet Display Relics
* Gettysburg Civil War 150th Anniversary Bullet Display These red moulded bullet display cases are excellent for displaying your authentic Battle of Gettysburg Civil War bullets in a very nice attractive relics case. Your bullet display come with a signed statement of authentication on parchment paper.

I DESPISE those who extort Gettysburg and sell artifacts/bullets from who knows where ... as Gettysburg Civil War Bullets for money - Totally disrespecting the men who died defending the only way of life they've ever known.

3 Authentic Gettyburg Civil War Bullets - These Gettysburg Battlefield bullets are getting harder and harder to find. I have researched, hunted and stock piled bullets for years. I've bought bullets from ONLY local diggers I know and trust, estate sales and private collections - bullets from the Battle of Gettysburg sell for $15+ a piece in town shops - you know it is a business and for those who research, find and protect their honey-holes - it can be a profitable one with alot of work and good luck.

I have lived in Gettysburg or minutes from for most of my long life. I also have a lot of friends who I know and trust. I have literally bought large coffee cans full of mixed bullets from local farmers, auctions and relic hunters. Your display will have 3 authentic Gettysburg Civil War Bullets. A .58 cal. "Mini-ball", .69 cal. CSA "round-ball" and a .52 cal. Sharps carbine. All 3 bullets are in good dropped condition. A Great addition or great starter display for a collection. Displayed In 3.25 x 4.25 molded Riker Display case. Guaranteed authentic bullets from the Battle of Gettysburg recovered on or Battlefield property with landownners permission.

$40.00 -- PRIORITY FLAT RATE BOX WITH DELIVERY CONFIRMATION, TRACKING NUMBER & INSURANCE - added in shopping cart for only $5 which costs me $6.10

We use PayPal for secure online payment. Or Please call to order - My Cell 717-778-8444 - and ask for the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg 3 Bullet display or email us for item and payment options - info@gettysburgaddress.com.


Gettysburg Civil War Bullet Display
* 3 AUTHETIC CIVIL WAR BULLETS FROM THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG IN PERFECT DISPLAY

These red moulded bullet display cases are excellent for displaying your 3 Gettysburg Battlefield Civil War bullets. Your bullet display comes with a signed statement of authentication on parchment paper.

Your display will have a .58 cal. "Mini-ball", .69 cal. CSA "round-ball" and a .52 cal. Sharps carbine. All are in good dropped dug condition and recovered over many years. Local farmers to this day find bullets when plowing/working their fields. After years of working/walking their fields the eyes have become trained to see bullets in dirt. We also have buy from relic hunters who unearth bullets on Battlefield property not owned by the National Park Service.

These AUTHENTIC Gettysburg Battlefield bullets are getting harder to find at a reaonable price. A great addition or start to your Gettysburg Civil War collection. Displayed In 3.25 x 4.25 molded Riker Display case. Guaranteed authentic Gettysburg Battlefield Civil War bullets for sale.

$40.00 SMALL PRIORITY FLAT RATE BOX WITH DELIVERY CONFIRMATION, TRACKING NUMBER & INSURANCE - added in shopping cart for only $2.50 which costs me $6.10. We use PayPal for secure online payment. Or Please call to order - My Cell 717-778-8444 - and ask for the 3 Red Bullet Display with 3 Civil War bullets from the Battle of Gettysburg for sale or email questions regarding other Civil War artifacts for sale at info@gettysburgaddress.com.


Witness Trees of Christ Lutheran Bookmark
* Witness Trees of Christ Lutheran Bookmark Measures 6" x 1 3/8". Special efforts have been made throughout Gettysburg and its surrounding battlefields to identify and preserve trees dating back to the American Civil War. They have been dubbed "Witness Trees".

Planted shortly after the construction of Christ Lutheran Church in 1837, the Witness trees of Christ Lutheran Church witnessed great historic moments of the Civil War. The Witness Trees of Christ Lutheran had to be cut down. They have been preserved down to their saw dust and turned into such items as these bookmarks.

Now you can own a piece of history that stands as witness to:
*Thadeus Stevens
*Jubel Early's Slave hunters
*A Civil War Hospital
*Old Liz Butler
*Ladies of Christ Lutheran
*Horatio Stockton Howell
*Gettysburg Address

$25.00 --Shipping in US included in price! Comes with a signed COA and an informational trifold flyer.

We use PayPal for secure online payment. To order by phone call - My Cell 717-778-8444 , and tell them you want the Witness Trees of Christ Lutheran bookmark. Or email us regarding items and payment options - Witness Tree Keyring.


battle summation Gettysburg

* The Greatest Battle of the Civil War, the battle of Gettysburg, began as a chance encounter. Neither General Meade, the Union commander, nor the South's General Lee wished to fight at Gettysburg, but on the mourning of July 1, 1863, Union cavalry General John Buford made a decision that set in motion a battle that would last for 3 days.

6" x 8" Jewel case with summation, .58 cal Mini and .69 cal Round ball.

$25.00 Plus 2.50 addtional postage for an over sized box.

CHOOSE BETWEEN WHITE OR RED BACKGROUND. The red background in a piece of red felt to help hold the bullets in place, the white is the fiber which comes in the display case. I do not glue my artifacts down so they will shift in transit. Simply remove the same way as you replace to ensure theholes line up.

We use PayPal for secure online payment. To order by phone call 573-242-3112, Tell them you want a crossed flag white or red Battle of Gettysburg display.

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Confederate Heart Bed Roll Buckle Gettysburg relics artifacts
* Rare Civil War Confederate Brass Bed Roll Buckle - JUST IN - Confederate Brass Bed Roll Buckle from a local collector I have done bartered - traded and bought authentic Gettysburg Civil War artifacts from for several years. The Confederate heart buckle are scarce from Gettysburg. Comes with famous photocopy of 3 POW Confederate Soldiers captured at Gettysburg standing in front of split-rail or snake-rail fence.

Originally these brass buckles were used as Horse Tackle but the ever improvising Confederate Soldier saw another use for the buckle, that was as a Bed Roll Buckle. The Soldier used this buckle and a leather strap to keep his bed roll tight and tidy. These rare Confederate Heart brass buckles are hard to find from Gettysburg!

Statement of authentication on parchment paper and photo copy (approx. 4x5) of Confederate Soldiers Captured at Gettysburg included.

$75.00 -- Item mailed PRIORITY FLAT RATE with tracking number and insurance.

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.58 cal. Civil War Bullet Worm, Extractor
* Gettysburg find, Civil War .58 cal. "Bullet Worm" Extractor/Wiper - Model 1861

This Civil War tool was used to extract a .58 caliber bullet from the barrel of a rifle or musket. Bullet worms were used to pull bullets from jammed musket barrels. Imagine in the heat of battle and your bullet gets stuck in the barrel. This may be because your powder was insufficient or maybe just got damp. Soldiers on both sides had to "pull" the bullet from the musket to clear the round from the gun while being shot at. The ramrod had a head on it which screwed off and the bullet "worm" screwed onto the ramrod and the soldier would literally screw the sharp points of the worm into the lead bullet and then pull or extract the bullet from the barrel. This was not a position a soldier looked forward being in.

$50.00 - Rare Civil War "Bullet Worm" Extractor--Shipping/Insurance in US included in price! We use PayPal for secure online payment. To order by phone, ask about this unique artifact, the Gettysburg Civil War "Bullet Worm" Extractor for sale.

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.58 cal. Civil War Bullet Worm, Extractor 1816
* Early Gettysburg Dug/Recovery Pre Civil War .69 cal. "Bullet Worm" Extractor/Wiper - Model 1816

This Pre Civil War musket tool was used to extract a .69 caliber musket ball or minie-ball bullet from the barrel of a rifle or musket. These worms/extractors though made in 1816, were extensively used during the Civil War - especially during the beginning of the war and through the end.

Bullet worms were used to pull bullets from jammed musket barrels. Imagine in the heat of battle and your bullet gets stuck in the barrel. This may be because your powder was insufficient or maybe just got damp. Soldiers on both sides had to "pull" the bullet from the musket to clear the round from the gun while being shot at. The ramrod had a head on it which screwed off and the bullet "worm" screwed onto the ramrod and the soldier would literally screw the sharp points of the worm into the lead bullet and then pull or extract the bullet from the barrel. This was not a position a soldier wanted to be in.

$55.00 - Rare .69 cal. Civil War "Bullet Worm" Extractor/Wiper--Shipping/Insurance in US included in price! We use PayPal for secure online payment. To order by phone, ask for the model 1816 .69 cal. Gettysburg Civil War artifacts "Bullet Worm" Extractor for sale.

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Civil War Poker Card
* ONE Civil War Poker Card YOU PICK and order Civil War poker cards are not treated with any protective coating. The card is just ink and paper. Civil War Poker Cards did not have numbers on them, rather the number was indicated by the number of the suit printed on face... Seven spades is the 7 of spades card. True Civil War poker cards are extremely rare and virtually impossible to find in such excellent condition.

YOU PICK - I have the 2 of Hearts or the 2,4 of clubs and 2,4 of diamonds. A major Straight Flush is available below.

YOU PICK - $22.00 ea. - Civil War Poker Card Postage/Insurance added in cart. TO ORDER contact me at info@gettysburgaddress.com and tell me what you want then add to cart. Comes with laminated COA.
THEY WILL BE GONE .. I've never seen this large of an assortment of authentic Civil War Poker Cards.
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Confederate Soldier Heel Plate
* Dug Civil War Confederate Soldier's Heel Plate

This is a Rare Dug Iron Heel Plate - Probably Confederate. Since shoes and boots were hard to come by, some few lucky soldiers were able to reinforce the heel and toes of their boots/shoes with plates. The soldier who had this heel plate was one of the few who did. Usually the heel plates were forged from tin or iron as is the case with this example. I recently purchased it along with several other Gettysburg Civil War artifacts from a local digger's collection.

Union soldiers were known to be made of brass with fancy designs, like a heart or club in the middle.

It was rumored there were shoes in Gettysburg and that the Confederate were going after them. Was this how the Battle came to be ? There are accounts that support this theory. The Confederates were desperate for shoes, this much is true. Let the Scholars fight it out.

Comes with COA on laminated parchment paper.

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1864-CSA-five-dollar Richmond Virginia Assasination Note
* Civil War 1864 CSA Five Dollar Assassination Note Richmond Virginia

SOLD - 1864 CSA Five Dollar Assassination Note Richmond Virginia - Printed February 17, 1864.
This note got its nickname because a CSA Richmond five dollar bill was found in Lincoln's pocket after his assasination. These notes were literally hand cut with scissors - see outer boarders. Engraved by Keating & Ball, the firm which eventually became the leading engraver of Confederate notes. Edward Keating was a vignette engraver from England, who was previously employed by the American Bank Note Company. He established a firm with Thomas Ball for the purpose of engraving and printing Confederate notes. The men previously hired by the Treasury agents on their visit to England, began to make their way first to the West Indies and were then brought to the South by blockade runners. Many of them worked for Keating & Ball after their arrival. English lithographers and engravers were a favored group who were paid in gold under their contracts. Thus, Keating obtained good printers and equipment and then set about producing a good product in the notes he printed. His notes were mostly of original designs. Purchased from local Gettysburg purveyor of AUTHENTIC Civil War Money - Currency. COMES IN PROTECTIVE SLEEVE.

This note is worn and not in great shape. It is definitely a war worn Confederate $5 dollar bill with some soiling, mostly on back. The signatures on this Confederate States Of America note take on a "Rust-Like" color as the ink of the day contained iron, and therefore developed a rust like patina. This is a characteristic to look for when buying Civil War bills, paper and other documents. This bill is hand cut and was printed the same year as the Battle of Gettysburg. The note is sign and numbered.

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1862 Richmond Virginia 5 dollar green bill note

* A Rare March 13, 1862 Virginia Treasury Note - Five Dollar Bill - Green #14415

$55.00 - There's a shadow on top it's not there - This is a rare early war issued 5 dollar bill - 1862 $5 dollar Confederate bill. This $5 dollar bill is in very good condition! NO tears or pin holes. Signatures have a rust colored due to the iron content in the inks of the day before, during and after the Civil War. The paper has an almost tissue like feel as low grade, quality paper was used. However this rare bill has no holes or tears. There's a small crease but nothing that can't be smoothed out easily. Civil War bills were actually hand cut with scissors - which is why the boarders are not always straight and square.

A rare desireable Confederate, Virginia Treasury Note $5 dollar bill.

NOTE : THE IMAGE HAS SHADOW ALONG TOP, IT IS NOT ON ACTUAL BILL !

Item mailed first class with tracking number and COA.

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CIVIL WAR POKER CARDS - Heart Straight Flush
* RARE - CIVIL WAR POKER CARDS - "Straight Flush of Hearts"

These rare Civil War poker cards are not treated with any protective coating. The cards have yellowed from natural aging of the paper. They are just paper and ink. The cards are very brittle and will snap like a potato chip if bent; trust me, I dent one trying to pick it up off a flat surface in a corner and it bent ... then snapped like a potato chip (it was a face card as well !).

Civil War Poker Cards did not have numbers on the cards, rather the number was indicated by the number of suits printed on face. These poker cards are extremely rare and virtually impossible to find in such excellent condition. Rare Civil War straight flush 10, 9, 8, 7, and 6 of Hearts for sale - SCARCE

$100.00 - Additional cards may be available. If interested, please call us on our land line at - 717-420-5515
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High Impact Civil War bullet
* .577 cal. Enfield High-Impact bullet the blue color is from scanner. These rare bullets are from my personal collection. Therefore I will be listing some rare pieces soon.

These Civil War bullets are sometimes are called "mushroom bullets" as they resemble a mushroom when flipped over.

This .577 cal. Enfield cal mini-ball bullet looks like 3 others I have - GUARANTEED.

$30.00 - .577 cal. "Mushroom" or High Impact Bullet

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Rare Condition CSA Coat Button * Rare Extra Quality CSA General Service Coat Button

Beautiful natural patina, straight shank " correct back maker mark.

Confederate general service button, "CSA", serif with lines, English wartime manufacture, Superior Quality, (23mm) Button depicts "CSA" on a plain field with border, intended for Confederate enlisted.  This die pattern features the serif with lines.  Backmark: SUPERIOR QUALITY / (dot) dm, outer ring of dots, inner solid ring,  English manufacture, probably Smith Kemp Wright, (Superior01).  Two part convex button, English wartime manufacture.    Ref: Albert CS81A1, Tice CSG203A3.

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eagle kepi button Gettysburg Civil War * Super Rare Eagle Button Varient - Eagle "A" Head Facing Different Direction - Possibly for Kepi

This Rare Eagle Button Varient is part of a recent lot acquisition of artifacts from the Shield's Museum in Gettysburg. It is complete with shank and I recently noticed an "A" in the center which stood for Artillery. Comes with clear plastic button holder and a laminated statement of authentication on parchment paper.

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Dug Eagle Button Gettysburg * Dug Eagle "I" Cuff Button from Cemetery Ridge

This Eagle "I" Infantry Cuff Button, recovered on Cemetery Ridge, is part of a recent lot acquisition of artifacts from the Shield's Museum. It is complete with shank and back mark. Comes with clear plastic button holder and a laminated statement of authentication on parchment paper.

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Dug EAGLE I BUTTON * Dug Civil War Eagle "I" Coat Button from Cemetery Ridge!

Great Dug Union Eagle "Infantry" Button and clear plastic button holder. This Union Eagle "I" button was purchased in a lot of former Shield's Museum items. The button has nice patina and good detail. This Eagle "I" Coat Button is complete with shank and back mark. Purchased with several other identified buttons sold at Shield's Museum Auction. A statement of authenticity on laminated parchment paper is included.

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* Non Dug Civil War Union Eagle Cuff Button And Button Case/Holder

Great Authentic Gettysburg Civil War Union Eagle Cuff Button and clear plastic button holder. This Union Eagle Cuff button was purchased from a large collection of a local artifacts. The brass has a beautiful patina and is complete with shank. This button is guaranteed an authentic Civil War Eagle Cuff button. We ship Friday, Saturday and Mondays.

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* Extremely Rare Complete Dug Civil War Eagle R Vest Button from Shield's Museum

Great DUG Gettysburg Union Eagle Rifleman Vest Button recovered on Little Round Top. This Union Eagle Rifleman button came from a local dealer who acquired it at the Shield's Museum auction and is guaranteed 100% authentic Civil War button from Gettysburg. The Eagle Button is complete with shank and back mark. It has nice patina and detail. Included is a Statement of authentication on laminated parchment paper. Signed by pervious owner who sold, me these buttons from the estate/Museum sale.

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* Extremely Rare Complete Dug Civil War Eagle Dragoon Vest Button

Great DUG Gettysburg Union Eagle D Vest Button. This is the only dug Union Eagle D vest button I have seen from Gettysburg. It was aquired at auction and was once part of the Shield's Museum collection and is guaranteed 100% authentic Civil War button from Gettysburg. The Eagle Button is complete with shank and back mark. It has ground action where small pin holes have formed however the D is very distinct and has nice detail. Overall this is an extremely rare vest button worthy of your Civil War collection. Included is a Statement of authentication on laminated parchment paper.

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* Extremely Rare Complete Dug Civil War Eagle A Vest Button

Great DUG Gettysburg Union Eagle Artillery Vest Button. It was aquired at auction and was once part of the Shield's Museum collection and is guaranteed 100% authentic Civil War button from Gettysburg. The Eagle Button is complete with shank and back mark. It has nice patina and good detail. Overall this is very rare vest button worthy of your Civil War collection. Included is a Statement of authentication on laminated parchment paper. SOLD - $100.00 Dug Union Eagle A Vest Button--Shipping in US included in price! Will mail with in 48 hrs. of payment! GUARANTEED! We use PayPal for secure online payment. To order by phone 717-420-5470, Tell them you want the Gettysburg Dug Union Eagle Artillery Vest Button Gettysburg relics for sale.

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* Beautiful Dug Civil War Eagle Coat Button

Great DUG Gettysburg Union Eagle Button in clear plastic button holder. This Union Eagle button came from a local dealer and is guaranteed 100% authentic Civil War button from Gettysburg. The Eagle Button is complete with shank and back mark. It has a nice patina and has v-good detail. Included is a Statement of authentication on laminated parchment paper.

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* DOMINOES - Civil War Soldiers when not fighting - spent there time cleaning their firearms, drilling, executing battle techniques and strategies. The rest of the time was spent trying to overcome boredom. Dominoes was a popular game for relieving such boredom as was poker, dice even betting on fleas jumping the farthest - A fact not fiction.

These rare dominoes are made from whale bone with ebony backs fastened together with a brass rivet. You will also receive a photo copy of Civil War soldiers playing dominoes. Just a great Civil War relic display which portray's a lighter side of a soldiers life as opposed to the brutality of the war. Purchased from a local Civil War dealer/collectors collection and displayed in a 6 x 8in. Riker display case.
Comes with signed COA printed on parchment paper

$35.00 -- Your Domino display needs additional packing to ensure the glass does not break. This small fee will be added at check out.

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Gettysburg Battlefield Sharps Ringtail Bullet
* LIMITED DROP Sharps "Ringtail" Carbine Bullet - These Civil War bullets are referred to by collectors as the "Ringtail" Sharps Carbine bullets. They get their name because of the extra ring of lead at the base of the bullet. This is where the powder sack would have been attached to the bullet with a string. They are often called Tie-Ring Sharps as well.

This perfect Gettysburg .52 caliber Sharps Ringtail Carbine bullet was recovered years ago on battlefield property with landowners property. These Sharps Ringtails are becoming harder and harder to find from the Battle of Gettysburg; especially in such great condition.

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69 cal Gettysburg musket ball
* BEAUTIFUL dropped (unfired) Confederate 69 cal. smoothbore musket ball and black stand for display. General Grant referred to these Civil War bullets as "Flying Pumpkins" and said don't worry is your being shot at by this musket round. Grant, referring to the inaccuracy of the 69 caliber musket round.

Gettysburg Battlefield recovered bullet comes with display stand shown and statement of authentication on laminated parchment paper included.

AT THE FIRST BATTLE OF BULL RUN - IT'S ESTIMATED THAT BETWEEN 8,000 AND 10,000 BULLETS WERE FIRED FOR EVERY MAN WOUNDED OR KILLED. This is a fact, not fiction.

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69 cal Mini ball largest American bullet in Civil War
* This bullet was the largest caliber American bullet used during the Civil war, the 69 cal. mini-ball was a "Monstrous" bullet. This bullet is in excellent condition and has a very nice nearly uniform patina. I call these bullets "MONSTERS" as they are huge. When you hold one of these very large bullets in your hand you will be shocked by the weight and size. It's hard to imagine being shot by one of these huge lead Mini-Balls. These Gettysburg Civil War bullets are becoming harder and harder to find in very nice condition.

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* RARE .54 cal. Starr Carbine The Starr Carbine was a breech loading single-shot rifle used by the United States Army. Designed in 1858, the Starr was primarily used by cavalry soldiers in the Civil War. This is a rare large bullet. Recovered at East Cavalry Field on the Gettysburg Battlefield years ago when it was not illegal to keep Civil War bullets, artifacts or relics found.
Excellent rare addition to your Civil War bullet collection or nice starter bullet.
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* .54 caliber Burnside Carbine The .54 caliber Burnside Carbine was the 3rd most popular carbine rifle exceeded only by the Sharps and Spencer carbines during the Civil War. The .54 caliber Burnside carbine was designed and patented by Ambrose E. Burnside. Burnside was a poor military Officer but rose through the ranks in part because of the success of his weapon - the .54 cal. Burnside. This weapon was manufactured in Rhode Island by the Bristol Firearms Company and later, its successor, the Burnside Rifle Company, from about 1857 to 1865.
Authentic Civil War relic bullet from the Gettysburg Battlefield. LIMITED AVAILABILITY!
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* Rare Confederate 58 caliber Gardner This is truly a Confederate 58 cal. Gardner bullet in dropped condition. These rare Confederate bullets from the Gettysburg Battlefield are becoming nearly impossible to find.

DROPPED CONDITION - Statement of authentication on laminated parchment paper included.

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* Scarce, Rare Confederate 54 cal. Gardner This is a rare 54 caliber Confederate Gardner bullet in dropped condition. These Civil War Confederate bullets from the Gettysburg Battlefield are rarer than the .58 cal. Gardner Civil War bullets for sale from Gettysburg. They are far less common than the already rare 58 cal. Gardners.

BEAUTIFUL DROPPED CONDITION - Statement of authentication on laminated parchment paper included.

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* CONFEDERATE "TEARS" These highly sought after .36 caliber pistol bullets were called Confederate "Tears". They are very rare Civil War bullets and not many were ever recovered in Gettysburg let alone in such exceptional condition. Most were found in the Western Theater
A must for every Civil War collector. LIMITED AVAILABILITY!
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* Spencer carbine bullet This dug bullet was ONLY issued to the 5th and 6th Michigan under Brg. General George Armstrong Custer @ Gettysburg. The cartridge has long since deteriorated leaving the bullet as its last testament. The Spencer rifle received the unique advantage and distinction of having President Lincoln firing it during shooting trials on the White House lawn and then giving his personal endorsement! The .52 caliber Spencer carbine had a terribly demoralizing effect on the Confederate soldiers. The Soldiers who carried these must have thought themselves invincible when in combat against Confederates carrying their slow-firing muzzleloaders. It became the most famous of all Civil War small arms. Rebs would say, load on Monday and shoot the whole week.

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* RARE - Confederate High Base Richmond Sharps Carbine These rare Confederate "High-Base" Sharps Carbine bullets are prized amongst Civil War relic bullet collectors. They were manufactred in Richmond Virginia ... the heart of the Confederacy. They are rare and hard to find from the Gettysburg Battlefield. The base of the bullet is longer to the first ring as seen below.

Laminated Statement of authentication on parchment paper included... VERY LIMITED AVAILABILITY!
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* Gettysburg Civil War Sharps Carbine Bullet The Sharps Carbine was one of the most successful firearms used during the Civil War. Also known as the Berdans Sharps Rifle as they were issued to Berdans Sharpshooters. The Sharps design changed several times over the course of the war and eventually ended up much shorter than the most common Springfield smooth-bore or variation of design. The .52 caliber bullet can be identified easily between the High-Base Sharps as the first ring is closer to the bottom in comparison to the High Base Richmond Sharps.

This .52 caliber Sharps bullet was recovered on the Gettysburg Battlefield years before it was illegal to hunt or even keep relics or artifacts found on the ground.

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* The "Buck-n-ball" round consists of a 69 cal. smooth bore musket ball and 3 -.32 cal. buckshot which were loaded to increase the chances of hitting something. Grant referred to the 69 cal. as "flying pumpkins" due to the extreme inaccuracy.

This is a guaranteed Gettysburg Civil War "Buck-n-ball" round which was used by the Confederacy. Union soldiers in general had superior firearms which was a great advantage in battle. $17.00--Shipping in US included in price! We ship Friday, Saturday and Mondays.

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* Gettysburg recovered dug .44 caliber Colt pistol bullet. LIMITED SUPPLY order now.$15.00--Shipping in US included in price!

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* General Longstreet and 1863 Indian Head Penny - Confederate General James Longstreet with card and copper-nickle 1863 Indian Head Penny in good condition. This coin alone is worth the asking price. Card and coin come in a riker display case with glass front.

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* LIMITED QUANTITY ~ This is a rare .58 mini ball made at the Washington Arsenal. This arsenal marked their bullets with a "Star" in there base. The star on the inside bottom was a "maker mark", it indicated the bullet was made at the Washington Arsenal. .58 Cal. mini-balls are becoming scarce and are rare. $17.00 GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC! Shipping in US included in price!

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* These 10 fired Civil War bullets from various locations on the Gettysburg Battlefield. It was estimated approximately 569 tons of ammunition expended during the 3 days of fighting July 1-3, 1863.
Meade's men alone were issued approximately 5,800,000 alone and that's not counting the Confederate bullets that were issued.

I have lived in Gettysburg the majority of my life and as a child would walk the battlefield and find bullets laying everywhere. No longer is this the case and it is now illegal to pick up relics, artifacts - bullets on the Gettysburg Battlefield. These bullets were picked up years ago when it was not against the law. You will receive a mixture of 10 various bullets recovered on the Gettysburg Battlefield. I will try to give you all different bullets if possible. Signed statement of authentication laminated on parchment included.

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* This is a rare Gettysburg recovered 54 mini-ball. These bullets were rare compared to the 58 mini-ball which was the predominate round of the day.$17.00--Shipping in US included in price!

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* RARE GETTYSBURG CONFEDERATE .577 ENFIELD. This bullet is becoming almost impossible to find anymore in Gettysburg, in fact I have very few with little hopes of getting anymore local ones.

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* Williams cleaners were an experimental bullet used to clean the bore of the rifle after every 5 or so shot. As the bullet failed in its design many were tossed aside by Soldiers.

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* A dug .54 cal. round ball. Fired from a smooth bore musket, Grant referred to these as "Flying Pumpkins" due to there inaccuracy. They were lethal at close distance and did there share of damage. The standard musket of the day was the 69 cal. smooth-bore making this .54 cal. round ball is rarer to find. Gettysburg Civil War bullets for sale relics artifacts

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* DUG CONFEDERATE "FLAT" BUTTONS. You get not 1 but 3 flat buttons of varying size. Some with and some without shanks (attachment loops on back). Very Collectible Confederate buttons as the Confederacy was poorer. Although there are fancy southern buttons, most enlisted men had simply made buttons like these.

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* Rare "pulled"" Civil War mini ball. Imagine in the heat of battle and your bullet gets stuck in the barrel. This may be because your powder was insufficient or maybe just got damp. Soldiers on both sides had to "pull" the bullet from the musket to clear the round from the gun while being shot at. This was not what a soldier looked forward to. Unique addition to your Gettysburg Civil War bullet collection.

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* DUG CIVIL WAR RELICS ARTIFACTS BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG

NOT JUNK OR FILLER SCRAPS... You will receive 8 choice Civil War relics, artifacts dug from Battlefield land with landowners permission and camps by relic hunters years ago and prior to being illegal to hunt artifacts. This Display has a variety of Gettysburg relics, artifacts which may include buckles, bullets, fired and unfired. There may also be a tent loop, a spoon, buttons and/or odds and ends. Very nice display filled with camp and Battlefield finds ... excellent conversation piece and a welcome addition to any Civil War collection.

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Please Feel free to ask what items we have currently in stock as we want YOU to be satisfied! This display contents changes as relic hunters bring me different items they may have recently recovered or from their collections of pervious digs or stash.

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* The 69 caliber smooth bore musket was the most common of all muskets used during the Civil War. Grant referred to the smooth roundball as a - FLYING PUMPKIN - Due to its high inaccuracy. Grant also told his men not to worry if fired upon by this highly inaccurate musket when in reality a 69 cal. smooth round ball of lead was quite deadly if you were to be struck by one. This bullet was found on the Gettysburg Battlefield many years ago and is guaranteed an authentic Civil War bullet from the Great Battle of Gettysburg July 1-3, 1863.

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* The 69 caliber smoothbore musket was the most common of all muskets used during the Civil War. The musket fired a .69 cal. smooth round ball. Grant referred to this round as a - FLYING PUMPKIN - Due to its high inaccuracy. This bullet was found on the Gettysburg Battlefield many years ago and is guaranteed an authentic Civil War bullet from the Great Battle of Gettysburg July 1-3, 1863.

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* The 58 Caliber Mini-Ball was the most widely used round during the Civil War. Both the North and South had several variants. This bullet was found on the Gettysburg Battlefield many years ago and is guaranteed an authentic Civil War bullet from the Great Battle of Gettysburg July 1-3, 1863.

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* The 58 Caliber Mini-Ball was the most widely used round during the Civil War. Both the North and South had several variants. This bullet was found on the Gettysburg Battlefield many years ago and is guaranteed an authentic Civil War bullet from the Great Battle of Gettysburg July 1-3, 1863.

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* MONSTER 69 CALIBER MINI-BALL! This was the LARGEST American bullet used During the Civil War. Named after The French inventor Claude Minie who discovered if gun powder was ignited at the rear of a cavity shaped bullet it would expand in the rifle bore hence increasing accuracy considerably. A Huge 1 1/8 and nearly 3/4 wide. This Bullet is an authentic Gettysburg recovered Relic and is Guaranteed for life. These Monstrous Bullets are becoming harder and harder to find. Get at least one while you still can!!! Comes in 3 x 4 display case. Great Gift!

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* Ulysses Simpson Grant

Born: 04/27/1822 in Point Pleasant, OH
Died:07/23/1885 in Mount McGregor, NY
USMA: 1843, class rank:21/39

Grant, Ulysses S., General, was born at Point Pleasant, Clermont county, Ohio, April 27, 1822. His grandfather was a soldier of the Revolution, bore arms at the battle of Lexington, and, when the war was ended, settled in western Pennsylvania. As a lad Ulysses assisted on the farm. He received the ordinary education of the frontier, going to school in winter, and at all other times working on the farm. In 1839 through the instrumentality of Thomas L. Hamer, member of Congress, he was appointed to a cadetship at West Point, entering at the age of seventeen. He was graduated in 1843, standing number twenty-one in a class of thirty-nine, slightly below the general average of the class.

Source: The Union Army, vol. 8

Included in a 6 x 8 in. display case are an authentic Gettysburg. 58 cal. Mini-Ball and a .52 cal Sharps.

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* Confederate Soldiers - Gettysburg. This is a very famous picture of 3 Confederate soldiers captured at Gettysburg during 1863. As seen in this picture the Confederate soldier, though captured, still portrays himself in a proud dignified manner.

Included in a 6" x 8" display case are 2 authentic Gettysburg relics. One "Coin" or flat button and also a .52 cal. sharps carbine. Bone buttons were common amongst Confederate soldiers as they were basically poor and made do with what they could find.

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* The Greatest Battle of the Civil War, the battle of Gettysburg, began as a chance encounter. Neither General Meade, the Union commander, not the South's General Lee wished to fight at Gettysburg, but on the mourning of July 1, 1863, Union cavalry General John Buford made a decision that set in motion a battle that would last for 3 days. 6" x 8" Jewel case with summation, .58 cal Mini and .69 cal Round ball.

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* 150th ANNIVERSARY POSTER OF THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG for SALE - Artist Signed Limited Edition Poster commemorating The 150th Anniversary of The Battle of Gettysburg - 1863-2013.

Renowned Artist - Jean-Pierre has created this Beautiful Limited Edition 150th Anniversary Battle of Gettysburg Poster
The Poster is 18in. x 24in. tall and is signed by artist and numbered.

These posters are perfect for hanging on the wall. They will look great with your Civil War collection as well. The perfect gift for anyone who has a passion for the Civil War, be it a Yourself, Family Member, Friend, Student, Civil War Collector, Dealer or Historian.

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