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    Genuine D-Day Relics – Hallowed Ground Omaha Beach, Pointe Du Hoc, Utah Beach, Plus Airborne Relic In Collector’s Glass Case

    $75.00
    Genuine D-Day Relics – Hallowed Ground Omaha Beach, Pointe Du Hoc, Utah Beach, Plus Airborne Relic In Collector's Glass Case. The relics contained within this display are genuine WWII relics found in the area of St. Marie Du Mont Normandy, France. Sand from Omaha Beach, the bloodiest spot of D-Day. Earth from Pointe Du Hoc where the U.S. Rangers climbed it’s infamous cliffs and fought the Germans on ropes June 6, 1944. Sand from Utah beach where the fighting 4th Division landed and fought. WWII bullet casing found near St. Marie Du Mont Normandy, France. This is the area the 506 Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 101st Airborne (Band of Brothers unit) landed and fought on June 6, 1944. The background is a U.S. camouflaged silk parachute piece used during D-Day also found near St. Marie Du Mont Normandy France. The relics offered here are 100% authentic from this important historic location. This display comes matted and framed in a Riker display. Art and mat color may vary. Certified by The Gettysburg Museum of History. COA included. The Gettysburg Museum Of History has been traveling to Normandy for years and set up a network of local relic hunters and collectors. We obtain 100% guaranteed Normandy recovered WWII relics.

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    John F. Kennedy’s Historic Personally Owned And Worn Campaign Tie 1960

    $1,395.00
    John F. Kennedy's Historic Personally Owned And Worn Campaign Tie 1960. Direct from JFK's White House files saved by his secretary Evelyn Lincoln. This blue painted clip tie was JFK's personal worn tie! The words "I'm For Kennedy" are painted in white and red paint with painted stars. We found a photo of JFK wearing a similar tie (see photos). A fascinating piece of 1960 campaign Camelot Kennedy history. 100% guaranteed to be authentic JFK owned. Gettysburg Museum Certified (Museum COA provided). Exhibited in the Robert L. White Museum as well as The Gettysburg Museum Of History. Comes with acid free Museum plastic case for display (removable). A rare opportunity.

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    “Band Of Brothers” Genuine D-Day Normandy Relics In Collectors Glass Case

    $74.00
    “Band Of Brothers” Genuine D-Day Normandy Relics In Collectors Glass Case. Genuine WWII relics found near St. Marie Du Mont Normandy, France. This is the area the 506 parachute infantry regiment (Band of Brothers Unit) of The 101st Airborne landed and fought on June 6, 1944. Relics found in "Drop Zone C" area. The Most Historic airborne area for the "Band Of Brothers" enthusiast! Relics are contained in a Riker frame. Picture and mat color may vary. Each display contains a piece of German barb wire, a piece of American camouflage parachute, a bullet and/or shell, and at least 2-3 other relics. Certified by The Gettysburg Museum of History. COA included. The Gettysburg Museum Of History has been traveling to Normandy for years and set up a network of local relic hunters and collectors. We obtain 100% guaranteed Normandy recovered WWII relics. One of our most popular items!

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    Authentic Civil War Confederate Money, Standard Grade Certified By The Gettysburg Museum Of History

    $39.00
    Authentic Civil War Confederate Money, Standard Grade Certified By The Gettysburg Museum Of History Authentic Civil War Confederate Money. We will select from our inventory a 5, 10, 20, or 50 $ note (one note) from our standard circulated grade notes. (Used during the Civil War circulated) Not the one in the photo. This is for someone who wants an Confederate note that authenticity rather than condition is the deciding factor. 100% guaranteed to be authentic Civil War Confederate paper money. Authenticated by The Gettysburg Museum Of History. Comes in a rigid plastic sleeve (removable) Museum documentation (COA) provided.

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    President And Mrs. John F. Kennedy Have A New Address Original Document From JFK’s White House Files 1961

    $249.00
    President And Mrs. John F. Kennedy Have A New Address! Original Document From JFK's White House Files 1961. Direct from John F. Kennedy's White House files saved by his Secretary Evelyn Lincoln. A receipt for cloths bought by Jackie Kennedy just before the Inauguration. Jackie buys several items for herself and JFK. She charges them by phone and the address is changed to "The White House". The date is Jan. 5, 1961 and they would be in the White House just 15 days later. The Kennedy's went to Florida for the Christmas season and she ordered these items via phone. A fascinating piece of Camelot Kennedy history. 100% guaranteed to be authentic JFK owned. Gettysburg Museum Certified (Museum COA provided). Exhibited in the Robert L. White Museum as well as The Gettysburg Museum Of History. Attached to acid free Museum board for display (removable). A rare opportunity.

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    Remarkable Original WWII German Army (Heer) M-42 Single Decal Combat Helmet Brought Home By A U.S. Veteran

    $889.00
    Remarkable Original WWII German Army (Heer) M-42 Single Decal Combat Helmet Brought Home By A U.S. Veteran. The stamped, sheet steel construction helmet retains about 85% of its factory applied field-grey textured paint. The left side of the helmet has an Wehrmacht eagle shield decal featuring a eagle with down-swept wings, clutching a canted swastika in it’s talons on a black, shield, shaped base. The decal is retained about 90%. All three liner retaining rivets are all intact. The interior of the helmet has a M31, tan, leather liner with all eight of its original fingers intact. Liner is size marked 55. The original chin strap is intact. The reverse, interior, neck guard apron has a faint, stamped serial number "2517", and the manufacturer’s code and size, "ET64". size 64. Nice clean Combat used M42 that has never been messed with at all. This is a truly amazing untouched real combat used helmet that has never been restored or altered. Just like we like to find them. Do not miss this one! Gettysburg Museum Certified (COA) provided. Rare 100% Guaranteed to be authentic Brought home by a U.S .Veteran as a trophy of war.

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    Pickett’s Charge at Gettysburg: A Guide to the Most Famous Attack in American History (Signed)

    $37.95
    More than 150 years after the event, the grand attack against the Union position on Cemetery Ridge still emotionally resonates with Gettysburg enthusiasts like no other aspect of the battle. On the afternoon of July 3, Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee ordered more than 12,000 Southern infantrymen to undertake what would become the most legendary charge in American military history. This attack, popularly but inaccurately known as “Pickett’s Charge,” is often considered the turning point of the Civil War’s seminal battle of Gettysburg. Although much has been written about the battle itself and Pickett’s Charge in particular, Pickett’s Charge at Gettysburg is the first battlefield guide for this celebrated assault. One of the best new books about Gettysburg since Hessler's "Sickles At Gettysburg". AUTOGRAPHED by at least one of the Authors. The Gettysburg Museum of History provided some photographic and historical material for this book. This book has The Gettysburg Museum Of History's highest recommendations.

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    Show Your Style On The Battlefield With A Gettysburg Museum Of History Tote Bag

    $7.95
    Show Your Style On The Battlefield With A Gettysburg Museum Of History Tote Bag! A cotton/muslin white cloth tote bag with handles. Great for shopping or toting your gear. Nice roomy 15"/16" sturdy and ready for historical exploration! Limited Supply.

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    A Copious Lock Of Henry Clay’s Hair And Autograph With Period Provenance In Case

    $1,699.00
    A Copious Lock Of Henry Clay's Hair And Autograph With Period Provenance In Case. A very unique and historical artifact offered for the first time. Henry Clay was on e of the most important political figures in the 19th Century. Henry Clay, Sr. (April 12, 1777 – June 29, 1852) was an American lawyer and planter, statesman, and skilled orator who represented Kentucky in both the United States Senate and House of Representatives. After serving three non-consecutive terms as Speaker of the House of Representatives, he served as Secretary of State under President John Quincy Adams. Clay ran for the presidency in 1824, 1832 and 1844, while also seeking his party's nomination in 1840 and 1848. Though he was unsuccessful in all of his attempts to reach his nation's highest office, Clay was an important national figure from 1811 to his death in 1852. He founded the Whig Party, one of the two major parties during the Second Party System. Saving hair locks was a 18th and 19th century tradition that predated photographs. It was a way of remembering someone and having an object that was personal close you. Many wives would save there husband's hair when going to war or in death. Famous people's hair was very sought after by admirers. This copious lock has hand written in ink a period note/tag stating "Piece of Henry Clay's Hair cut from his head whilst bathing by my Aunt Mary Hines" also a second tag simply saying "Henry Clay Hair". The notes and hair is in a period gutta percha, brass and glass case along with Henry Clay's autograph that says "Your affc Husband Henry Clay". Also included is a period engraving of Henry Clay. This makes an outstanding display of important historical significance. Worthy of the most advanced collectios. 100% guaranteed to be authentic Gettysburg Museum certified, museum COA label provided.

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    Original WWII German NSKK National Socialist Motor Corps Leather Tip Vehicle Flag

    $299.00
    Original WWII German NSKK National Socialist Motor Corps Leather Tip Vehicle Flag. A multi-piece cotton construction pennant, 36cm across with a 19cm tall hoist edge. Sewn to both sides of its red field is a 11cm diameter white disk, upon which is machine woven a copper-colored, spread-winged eagle with a wreathed, mobile swastika, in black, in its talons. The disk is edged in black, and a black-edged banner, with "N.S.K.K." to it, also in black, extends beyond the disk and arches above the eagle. Complete with its original rigid mounting wire frame with leather edge. U.S. Veteran bring back. Metal hook came off.  Nice!   100% guaranteed to be authentic. Complete museum documentation (COA)

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    Original Fired Civil War Musket Ball From Dunker Church Antietam Battlefield Recovered By Dean Thomas

    $12.00
    Authentic Civil War .69 Caliber Musket Ball Recovered At the Dunker Church Antietam Recovered By Dean Thomas. A fired musketball .69 from our collection. We have several and we will pick the best one for you. Most are fired. One side says “Dunker Church” some have Dean Thomas’ numbers. Legendary Relic Hunter, Author, and historian Dean Thomas had permission to hunt the part an area near the church that was private property (now it is owned by the National Park) so there will never be any more relics coming from this area. Considered by most historians the bloodiest single day in the Civil War. Very limited supply. Comes With Museum COA.

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    King Edward The VII’s Of England’s Personally Owned Cigar

    $495.00
    King Edward The VII's Of England's Personally Owned Cigar. An old museum display with old ink tag one of the glass pieces is a replacement otherwise in good condition. Edward VII (Albert Edward; 9 November 1841 – 6 May 1910) was King of the United Kingdom and the British Dominions and Emperor of India from 22 January 1901 until his death in 1910. Edward habitually smoked twenty cigarettes and twelve cigars a day. This eventually was one of the factors contributing to his death. A unique relic and a perfect gift for a cigar aficionado. 100% guaranteed to be authentic. Gettysburg Museum Certified, Museum COA provided. A rare opportunity.

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    Original Fired Civil War Bullet From The West Woods Antietam Battlefield Recovered By Dean Thomas

    $15.00
    Authentic Civil War Bullet Recovered At the West Woods Antietam Recovered By Dean Thomas. A Union 3 ring bullet from our collection. We have several and we will pick the best one for you. Most are fired. One side says “West Woods” some have Dean Thomas’ numbers. Legendary Relic Hunter, Author, and historian Dean Thomas had permission to hunt the part of West Woods that was private property (now it is owned by the National Park) so there will never be any more relics coming from this area. Considered by most historians the bloodiest single day in the Civil War. Very limited supply. Comes With Museum COA.

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    Original WWII U.S. Army 1st Army Patch 1941-1945

    $5.00
    Original WWII U.S. Army 1st Army Patch 1941-1945. Authentic WWII era cloth patch for the U.S. Army 1st Army used on uniforms and shirts. The 1st Army group was part of the Normandy invasion (D-Day) Some are uniform removed and some are unused. Most are “snowback” all are WWII era. For one (1) patch We will pick the best one for you from our inventory. An inexpensive artifact perfect for young collectors and students as well as advanced collectors. 100% guaranteed to be authentic Gettysburg Museum certified, museum COA label provided.

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    A Piece Of George Washington’s Coffin With Period Ink Written Provenance

    $1,495.00
    A Piece Of George Washington's Coffin With Period Ink Written Provenance. An amazing artifact from the death of President George Washington. A piece of solid mahogany wood accompanied by a period note saying it was the wood from Washington's coffin given by Thomas Kingsburg who helped build the Washington coffin. This piece was gifted to his Daughter Charlotte Meade. A very interesting and rare relic. The perfect gift for a funeral director! 100% guaranteed to be authentic. Gettysburg Museum Certified, Museum COA provided. A rare opportunity.

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    Original WWII U.S. Army Air Force Shoulder Patch 1941-1945

    $6.50
    Original WWII U.S. Army Air Force Shoulder Patch 1941-1945. Authentic WWII era cloth patch for the U.S. Army Airforce used on uniforms and shirts. Some are uniform removed and some are unused. Most are "snowback" all are WWII era. For one (1) patch We will pick the best one for you from our inventory. An inexpensive artifact perfect for young collectors and students as well as advanced collectors. 100% guaranteed to be authentic Gettysburg Museum certified, museum COA label provided.

  • Original Civil War Model 1840 Ames Musician Sword Dated 1862 With Very Nice Scabbard

    SOLD Original Civil War Model 1840 Ames Musician Sword Dated 1862 With Very Nice Scabbard. This original M1840 musicians' sword is in excellent condition and typical of that carried by Federal musicians and band members. The overall length of the sword is 34½" with a steel blade 28" long and ¾" wide at the hilt. The sword has a brass hilt with a single guard and resides in its original leather scabbard fitted with a brass throat and brass drag. The single-edged blade has a stopped fuller and marked on the obverse with "US / AHC / 1862" in three lines. Reverse is stamped with "Made By /Ames Mfg Co / Chicopee / Mass". Brass hilt, which is tight, features grips with a simulated cast brass wire wrap cover. The scabbard is of black bridle leather and is in Excellent condition no breaks in the leather just some very minor cracks as expected. Brass drag is tight and solid. A very nice sword. 100% guaranteed to be authentic Gettysburg Museum certified, museum COA provided.

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    Jackie Kennedy’s Personally Owned Print Of JFK Jr. At Funeral With Evelyn Lincoln Letter

    $1,995.00
    Jackie Kennedy's Personally Owned Print Of JFK Jr. At Funeral With Evelyn Lincoln Letter. This large print of a painting depicting JFK Jr. saluting his father's casket at the funeral procession on November 25, 1963 was sent to Jackie Kennedy by the artiest. The photo of JFK Jr. was circulated in newspapers everywhere and this touching moment was made into a painting. The artiest sent this print of the painting to Mrs. Kennedy as a gesture of kindness and sympathy. As most people look at it is a historic and sensitive moment. To Mrs. Kennedy it was a horrific memory and she wanted nothing to do with it. She instructed Mrs. Lincoln to "Get rid of it". This amazing historic artifact comes with a signed letter from JFK's secretary Evelyn Lincoln on White House paper documenting the event. Items owned by JFK and Jackie Kenenedy with Evelyn Lincoln letters are very desirable and valuable to collectors and historians. 100% guaranteed to be authentic Jackie Kennedy owned. Gettysburg Museum Certified Evelyn Lincoln letter provided. A rare opportunity. It was exhibited in the Robert L. White JFK Museum as well as The Gettysburg Museum Of History.

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    Original Civil War U.S. Belt Plate Recovered At The 1st Corps Hospital (White Church Road) Gettysburg

    $575.00
    Original Civil War U.S. Belt Plate Recovered At The 1st Corps Hospital (White Church Road) Gettysburg. A remarkable early pick up U.S. belt plate with both arrow hooks intact and the front hook broken. It has a remarkable chocolate brown patina. It was found by legendary battlefield author and relic collector Dean Thomas.It is documented in his notes and has “1st Corps Hospital White Church Road”. It has the words "1st Corps Hosp" in black ink on the back. This is an exceptional plate and comes with complete museum documentation. Well documented plates like this from Gettysburg are RARE! For the collector who wants the very best. The 1st Corps Hospital was on White Church Road off the Baltimore Pike on the South end of Gettysburg. It was one of the major army Corps hospital and thousands of soldiers were treated here from both the Union and Confederate army. The first day of the battle of Gettysburg cut the 1st corps to pieces and thousands of wounded men flooded the various hospitals. The Corps hospitals were an attempt to consolidate the scores of hospitals into one central hospital for each army corps. Don’t miss this unique chance to own a real American treasure from the battle of Gettysburg’s historic hospital sites. Dean Thomas recovered relics are very desirable for collectors and historians. Comes with a deaccession letter from the Gettysburg Museum of History documenting the provenance of this artifact.

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    Original Handwritten Song Sheet From Ford’s Theater (Lincoln Assassination)

    $499.00
    Original Handwritten Song Sheet From Ford's Theater (Lincoln Assassination), This offering is for one (1) song sheet from our collection of Ford's Theater music book collection. Many years ago we obtained the Ford's Theater hand written song book and the bells from Ford's Theater. These items came from John Lawrence Rosenberger The orchestra director of Ford's Theater (former Robert L. White collection). The book is all handwritten music and lyrics and it has several extra pieces of hand written musical scores both music and lyrics. You will receive one of these sheets. . A very rare Lincoln assassination related artifact. 100% guaranteed to be authentic. Gettysburg Museum Certified, Museum COA provided. A rare opportunity.

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    Rare Abraham Lincoln Memorial CDV Photograph “Liberty Crowning Her Martyr” 1865

    $199.00
    Rare Abraham Lincoln Memorial CDV Photograph "Liberty Crowning Her Martyr" 1865. A standard size CDV (photograph) published in 1865 to honor Abraham Lincoln as the "Martyr of Liberty". A very rare Lincoln assassination memorial. 100% guaranteed to be authentic. Gettysburg Museum Certified, Museum COA provided. A rare opportunity.

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    JFK’s Female Cigarette Case “Left At The White House” With Evelyn Lincoln Letter

    $1,449.00
    JFK's Female Cigarette Case "Left At The White House" With Evelyn Lincoln Letter. This brown leather ladies cigarette case was left at the White House during the last months of JFK's life. He had Mrs. Lincoln save it thinking the "Mysterious lady" would come back. Mrs. Lincoln wrote a letter about it on White House paper. It was thought to belong to Mary Pinchot Meyer who JFK had a relationship with. He wrote her a love letter in October 1963. She was privy to information of national security concerns. She was murdered shortly after JFK's assassination. Many conspiracy theorist think she was murdered to keep her quiet. A fascinating artifact from JFK's White House. Comes with original Evelyn Lincoln letter (see photo) former Robert L. White/Evelyn Lincoln collection. 100% guaranteed to be authentic JFK owned. Gettysburg Museum Certified A rare opportunity. Items owned by JFK with Evelyn Lincoln letters are very desirable and valuable to collectors and historians. Mary Eno Pinchot Meyer (October 14, 1920 – October 12, 1964) was an American painter living in Washington D.C. At the time of her death, her work was considered part of the Washington Color School and was selected for the Pan American Union Art Exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art in Buenos Aires. She was married to Central Intelligence Agency official Cord Meyer from 1945-1958, and she was linked romantically to the late President John F. Kennedy after her marriage to Meyer. Rumors and tabloid press reports of her affair with Kennedy were confirmed by her late brother-in-law, Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, in his 1995 autobiography A Good Life A love letter Kennedy wrote to Pinchot Meyer one month before his assassination surfaced in June 2016. Meyer was shot to death on the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal towpath on October 12, 1964, three weeks after the release of the Warren Commission Report, whose conclusions Meyer allegedly challenged. Meyer’s long history of criticism of the CIA, the timing of her killing, the CIA’s wiretapping of her phone, and the effort by CIA counterintelligence chief James Jesus Angleton to retrieve Meyer’s diary immediately after her death have prompted investigation of possible CIA involvement in her murder. Additionally, Army personnel records for prosecution witness Lt. William L. Mitchell, released in 2015 and 2016 under the Freedom of Information Act, corroborate his ties to the intelligence community. CIA involvement has also been suggested by the phone call that was placed by top Agency official Wistar Janney to Ben Bradlee, hours before the police had identified Meyer’s body. The man accused of the murder, Ray Crump, Jr., was acquitted at trial in July, 1965. The murder remains officially unsolved.

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    Authentic Civil War Excavated Relic U.S. Cartridge Box Plate Recovered In Chancellorsville Virginia

    $185.00
    Authentic Civil War Excavated Relic U.S. Cartridge Box Plate Recovered In Chancellorsville Virginia. A great inexpensive plate For the collector who wants an authentic battlefield ground dug relic. A very nice chocolate brown patina, the way we like them. It has a been there done that combat used look . It does has a small spot on the face from where the back hooks have come through still A solid chocolate brown beautiful plate from a very historical battlefield. This is an older recovered U.S. box plate. This has the diggers numbers on the back as well as “CV” for “Chancellorsville”. It is missing both of the two hooks but looks great, in excellent condition. 100% guaranteed to be authentic Gettysburg Museum certified, museum COA provided.

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    JFK Assassination Jack Ruby’s Infamous “Jada” Card From His Night Club

    $1,975.00
    JFK Assassination Jack Ruby's Infamous "Jada" Card From His Night Club. A very rare historical piece of the JFK assassination. This card was made by night club owner Jack Ruby for his regulars and Dallas police officers. It was a pass to get into his Carousel Burlesque club to see his new main act "Jada". Jada was a headliner show girl who was very famous on the burlesque scene in the early 1960's. Ruby hired her to perform in his club in July 1963 her contract was to go until December of 1963. Jada was at the club during the JFK assassination. When Jada found out Ruby shot Lee Harvey Oswald on November 24, 1963 she fled Dallas in such a hurry she had an automobile accident. She has been the center of many conspiracy theories involving both the JFK assassination and Ruby's killing of Oswald. These cards are extremely rare! We have only seen three but there might be more. An interesting JFK/Jack Ruby/Oswald related artifact. These Cards are very desirable and valuable to JFK assassination collectors and historians. 100% guaranteed to be authentic. Gettysburg Museum Certified, Museum COA provided. Are rare opportunity.

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    Original Percussion Hotchkiss Artillery Shell Recovered Near Meade’s Headquarters Gettysburg Battlefield

    $675.00
    Original Civil War Percussion Hotchkiss Artillery Shell Recovered Near Meade's Headquarters Gettysburg Battlefield. A very nice unexploded Civil War 3″ Hotchkiss shell deactivated, inert, no gun powder or explosives, safe). It has a scarce percussion fuse. This shell was found on the east side of the Tawneytown road at the current Vistor Center Tawneytown Road entrance (behind Meade's Headquarters). It was recovered by legendary early relic hunter, historian and author Dean Thomas. It was recovered on what was then private property. This was most likely an overshot by the Confederate guns on Seminary Ridge shooting at the Union guns along Cemetery Ridge during Pickett's Charge on July 3, 1863. The shell is in remarkably good condition being an earlier pick up. It does have some pitting (see photos). Although this is a Union shell there is no doubt it was shot by Confederate guns using a captured Union shell adding an interesting part of the story. Relics from this area rarely come up for sale. Comes with a deaccession letter from the Gettysburg Museum of History documenting the provenance of this artifact. Do not miss your chance to own this very historical artifact from Histories most famous cannon duel during Pickett's Charge.

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    Original Civil War Excavated Relic U.S. Box Plate Recovered In Chancellorsville Virginia

    $199.00
    Original Civil War Excavated Relic U.S. Box Plate Recovered In Chancellorsville Virginia. For the collector who wants an authentic battlefield ground dug relic. A very nice chocolate brown patina, the way we like them. It has a been there done that combat used look . A solid chocolate brown beautiful plate from a very historical battlefield. This is an older recovered U.S. box plate. This has the diggers numbers on the back as well as "CV" for "Chancellorsville". It is missing both of the two hooks but looks great, in excellent condition. 100% guaranteed to be authentic Gettysburg Museum certified, museum COA provided.

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    Original WWII German Luftwaffe (Air-force/Paratrooper) Belt And Buckle U.S. Veteran Bring Back

    $199.00
    Original WWII German Luftwaffe (Air-force/Paratrooper) Belt And Buckle U.S. Veteran Bring Back. 1940 pattern, die stamped, steel construction, combat box buckle, with a dark blue/grey finish features a smooth outer field with a central, embossed, high relief, horizontally oval, laurel leaf wreath encompassing a domed, pebbled inner field with an embossed, second pattern, (Circa 1937/1938-1945), Luftwaffe eagle, with out-stretched wings, clutching a canted swastika in one talon, to the center. The reverse of the buckle is a mirror image of the obverse and has the brazed on buckle catch, prong bar and prongs all intact. Leather pull tab is present and is maker marked to Assmann. The buckle is attached to a brown Luftwaffe belt. This would be worn by German Airforce ground troops, airman, and paratroopers. Shows some period use and wear. Fresh “out of the woods” this has never been in any other collection. Nice worn and used example showing the expected age and wear. 100% Guaranteed to be authentic Brought home by a U.S .Veteran as a trophy of war. Complete museum documentation (COA) Provided.

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    Original WWII German Army (Heer) M-43 Cap Soldier Modified U.S. Veteran Bring Back

    $699.00
    Original WWII German Army (Heer) M-43 Cap Soldier Modified U.S. Veteran Bring Back. A very interesting German M-43 cap this was an indirect Vet purchase (obtained by the Museum from the U.S. Veteran's Grandson). Late war construction reworked, field-grey wool/rayon blend cap. Cap features fold down side and back panels with scalloped front with two pebbled button closure. Cloth covered visor with pliable internal stiffener. Visor has a single row of reinforcement stitching to bottom forward edge and raised lip at top of forward edge. Machine woven national eagle in matte mouse grey threads, with national tri-color cockade, on a woven green rayon base. Insignia is neatly stitched to front center of cap. The German soldier (or U.S. Veteran who obtained it) placed a metal Army (Heer) eagle over the original cloth eagle. It has been on the cap since the war (see photos) Interior fully lined in green/grey cotton/rayon. inside has the maker mark stamps (see photos). Both pebbled buttons have their original stitching. Nice period combat worn and used cap captured by a U.S. Veteran and brought home as a war trophy. Fresh "out of the woods" this has never been in any other collection. Nice worn and used example showing the expected age and wear. 100% Guaranteed to be authentic Brought home by a U.S .Veteran as a trophy of war. Complete museum documentation (COA) Provided.

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    Wood From Gen. O.O. Howard’s H.Q. (The Orphanage) Gettysburg Plus Bullet In Collector’s Glass Case

    $65.00

    The Bullet Contained Within this Display
    Was Found Near The Homestead Orphanage On
    Cemetery Hill, Gettysburg. The wood is from the Homestead Orphanage .This is also the Building Where General


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    Jack Ruby’s Personally Owned Unpublished Original Snapshot With Stripper From His Club

    $995.00

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    Jack Ruby's Personally Owned Unpublished Original Snapshot With Stripper From His Club. A black and white original snapshot of Jack Ruby the self appointed avenger to President Kennedy sitting


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    Jackie Kennedy’s Personally Owned National Park Service Lifetime Pass Issued Just After The Assassination 11/26/63

    $1,100.00

    Jackie Kennedy's Personally Owned National Park Service Lifetime Pass Issued Just After The Assassination 11/26/63. Becosue of JFK's WWII Navy Service President Kennedy's death authorized his widow Jackie Kennedy to


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    President John F. Kennedy’s Personally Owned Hand Written Page From His Files As Saved By Evelyn Lincoln

    $995.00

    KN-C30095 07 October 1963 President Kennedy signs the Limited Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. William Hopkins, Sen. Mike Mansfield, John J. McCloy, Adrian S. Fisher, Sen. John Pastore, W. Averell Harriman,


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    Original WWII German Nazi Party ORTSGRUPPE LEVEL Political Leaders Visor Hat Brought Home By A U.S. Veteran

    $799.00

    Original WWII German Nazi Party ORTSGRUPPE LEVEL Political Leaders Visor Hat Brought Home By A U.S. Veteran. tan-colored, fine whipcord-weave, wool/rayon construction visor cap. The cap features a one-piece circular


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    Authentic Confederate 2-Ring Civil War Bullet Recovered At The Confederate Line (Pickett’s Charge Area) Gettysburg

    $38.00

    Authentic Confederate 2-Ring Civil War Bullet Recovered At The Confederate Line (Pickett’s Charge Area) Gettysburg battlefield. A certified authentic Confederate 2 ring bullet from the Gettysburg Battlefield found at Confederate


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    Civil War Letter/Diary Archive Of Willard Still 30th Ohio Infantry

    $425.00

    Civil War Letter/Diary Archive Of Willard Still 30th Ohio Infantry. Includes letters, covers, notes, and a diary with pen. some is transcribed (see photos) also has copies of records and


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    Pickett’s Charge Relics -(Copse of Trees) Gettysburg Authentic Bullet And BattleField Wood In Collector’s Glass Case

    $69.00
    Pickett’s Charge Relics -(Copse of Trees) Gettysburg Authentic Bullet And BattleField Wood In Collector’s Glass Case. Authentic Civil War bullet recovered from the area around the “Copse Of Trees”. Plus Wood cut from the “Copse Of Trees”. The focal point of Pickett’s Charge and the most sacred spot on the Gettysburg Battlefield. All Gettysburg relics were obtained before it was national Park and are 100% legal to own. There will be no more bullets or relics from this area because relic hunting is now prohibited. The tree was removed from the battlefield by tree cutters and we obtained the wood legally from this source. A wonderful and rare set. This display comes matted and framed in a Riker display (collectors glass case). Mat color may vary. Great size 8"/12" Comes museum documentation (COA). One side has the location and museum number one side is plain as shown in photo. Documented authentic bullets from Pickett's Charge are rare! Very limited supply. Also see our listing for Gettysburg bullets in collectors boxes.

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    Authentic Civil War Bullet Recovered At The North Carolina Monument (Pickett’s Charge Area) Gettysburg

    $33.00
    Authentic Civil War Bullet Recovered At The North Carolina Monument (Pickett's Charge Area) Gettysburg. A certified authentic bullet from the Gettysburg Battlefield found at the North Carolina Monument from the area where Pickett's Charge was launched, July 3, 1863. This the Confederate battle line and is one of the most famous spots on the Gettysburg battlefield. Pickett's Charge is the climax of The Battle of Gettysburg. The bullet you receive will not be the exact same one in the photo. most from this area will be fired, some are dropped like shown. We will pick the best one from our inventory. All Gettysburg relics were obtained before it was national Park and are 100% legal to own. There will be no more bullets or relics from this area because relic hunting is now prohibited. Comes museum documentation (COA). One side has the location and museum number one side is plain as shown in photo. Documented authentic bullets from Pickett's Charge are rare! Very limited supply. Also see our listing for Pickett's Charge bullets in collectors boxes.

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    Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address Historic Witness Wood And Authentic Bullet Display In Collector’s Glass Case

    $65.00
    Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address Historic Witness Wood And Authentic Bullet Display In Collector’s Glass Case (8"/12"). Original piece of wood from the National Cemetery, Gettysburg, PA. This is the original wood from a tree living and present during the battle. A “Witness Tree” in short was one there during the battle. This tree was standing near the very spot where Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address. The tree was a living witness to both the fighting on Cemetery Hill and the historic Gettysburg Address. This piece is from larger piece at the museum. This is 100% guaranteed to be authentic and is certified by the Gettysburg Museum of History. A rare historic artifact from one of Gettysburg’s most iconic historic spots on the field. Also included in this display is an original bullet found on Cemetery Hill (near the tree). The bullet was found pre-National Park and is 100% legal to own. The tree was removed from the battlefield by tree cutters and we obtained the wood legally from this source. A wonderful and rare set. This display comes matted and framed in a Riker display (collectors glass case). Mat color may vary. Very limited. Please see our other Gettysburg battlefield collector's sets available on our web site.

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    Remarkable Civil War Photo/Letter Archives Of Sgt. Brainard T. Curtis 160th New York

    $799.00
    Remarkable Civil War Photo/Letter Archives Of Sgt. Brainard T. Curtis 160th New York. A massive archive consisting of Civil photos and letters (all the letters were transcribed by the family). Plus discharge and other period documents. This grouping also has a large presentation folder of war records, pension records and genealogy records. A really great archive seldom seen in this complete form. 11 soldier letters and 5 family letters with great content. Do not miss this rare opportunity.

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    Original Civil War Quarter Plate Cased Photo John Blase 37th Ohio Armed With Musket With Impressive 100 page Research Files

    $699.00
    Original Civil War Quarter Plate Cased Photo John Blase 37th Ohio Armed With Musket With Impressive 100 page Research Files. A fantastic clear tintype 1/4 plate photograph in case. The solder has a m-42 Musket and accouterments. In the photo is scratched lightly directly into the image "John Blase Co. C 37th O (Ohio) Reg" (Regiment). The patriotic case has a United States flag on the outside cover. The photo has an impressive presentation research binder with 100 pages of war records, genealogy, and regimental history. Blase was born in 1842 near brown Ohio he was 5/8" fair completion, light hair, he was a blacksmith by trade before the war. He enlisted 9/14/1861 as a corporal in company C 37th Ohio Infantry He was wounded in the arm at Vicksburg in May of 1863. After recuperating he joined the Veterans Volunteers. and mustered out of the Army 8/7/1865. A fantastic armed Union Infantry image with all the research. 100% Guaranteed to be authentic. Complete museum documentation (COA) Provided.

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    Original WWII German M35 Double Decal Camouflaged Combat Helmet Normandy Bringback

    $1,795.00
    Original WWII German M35 Double Decal Camouflaged Combat Helmet Normandy Bring Back. A model 1935 double decal Army helmet. The decals were period removed, traces can be seen. It has a very unusual tri-color thick painted camouflage pattern. The paint has an amazing deep patina that can only be created naturally by authentic age. The liner is nice but show signs of use as expected. The aluminum band has a break in the back (see photo). One of the 2 chin strap loops is broken. The helmet has the maker numbers (see photos) and a name scratched into the rear (see photos) This was an indirect U.S. Veteran purchase (from the son). The family told us his dad picked it up in Normandy. This is a truly amazing untouched real combat used helmet that has never been restored or altered. Just like we like to find them. Do not miss this one! Gettysburg Museum Certified (COA) provided. Rare 100% Guaranteed to be authentic Brought home by a U.S .Veteran as a trophy of war.

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    Original WWII German RAD Officer’s Belt Buckle Brought Home By A U.S. Veteran

    $285.00
    Original WWII German RAD Officer's Belt Buckle Brought Home By A U.S. Veteran. RAD Officer’s Brocade Belt & Buckle by Assmann - Matte aluminum buckle, maker marked "A" (F.W. Assmann & Sohne, Ludenscheid) and marked "DRGM 38" with clip on the reverse, 47 mm, aluminum receiving loop with dual prongs, belt embroidered in silver and brown bullion wire with brown cotton backer, two sliding belt loops fabricated from same, adjustable light brown leather tab on the reverse on the left side with ten rows of two holes each for an adjustable fit, the tab maker marked Assmann, 45 mm wide x 1,140 in length, extremely fine. Rare 100% Guaranteed to be authentic Brought home by a U.S .Veteran as a trophy of war. Complete museum documentation (COA) Provided.

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    Rare Japanese Officer Sun Helmet With Bullion Star Captured At Okinawa Brought Home By US Veteran

    $499.00
    Rare Japanese Officer Sun Helmet With Bullion Star Captured At Okinawa Brought Home By US Veteran. Army officer issue helmet. Woven bamboo covered with light olive drab water-resistant, cotton drill cloth. The covering is comprised of six machine sewn pieces, meeting at the apex of the crown and sewn under a reinforcing band along its brim. A 20mm wide band, with a loop to its reverse, is horizontally sewn along the mid-point of the helmet. Above the band, to its forward seam line, is sewn a gold bullion officer Army pattern star insignia. To the interior, its medium green colored liner, in a looser weave material, mirrors the six-piece construction to the exterior. Both issue tags present. Some wear as expected, complete. Nice worn and used example. Has a hand written tag found inside that says "Okinawa". 100% Guaranteed to be authentic Brought home by a U.S .Veteran as a trophy of war. Complete museum documentation (COA) Provided.

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    3 Authentic Relics Recovered On Little Round Top Gettysburg 20th Maine Area In Collector’s Glass Case

    $79.00
    3 Authentic Relics Recovered On Little Round Top Gettysburg 20th Maine Area In Collector's Glass Case. Framed in glass case authentic Civil War relics from the Gettysburg Battlefield at Little Roundtop. Includes bullets and artifacts from the area where the 20th Maine Volunteer Infantry Regiment fought on July 2, 1863. Pictures and relics vary from piece to piece. We will pick the best one in stock for you. Each display will include at least one bullet and 2 other relics. Framed in a collector’s glass case (Riker Case) with museum mat and art. The frame is 6/8″ a great size and perfect gift.  All Gettysburg relics were recovered before it was National Park and are 100% legal to own. 100% Guaranteed the be Authentic, Comes with Museum documentation (COA).Very limited. Please see our other Gettysburg battlefield collectors sets available on our web site.

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    Best Set Authentic Gettysburg 3 Bullet Set Union, Musket Ball, Confederate In Collector’s Glass Case

    $85.00
    Best Set Authentic Gettysburg 3 Bullet Set Union, Musket Ball, Confederate In Collector’s Glass Case. One of our most popular sets! This set includes the three most used types of ammo in the Civil War. The Union 3 ring Minie Ball, the .69 caliber musket ball, and the Confederate 2 ring Minie Ball. We selected one of each to represent the most historic location for each of the three days of battle at Gettysburg. For day one, you will receive a Union 3 ring bullet recovered in Reynold’s Woods where the famous Iron Brigade fought gallantly on July 1st 1863. For day two you will receive a .69 caliber musket ball (used by both Union and Confederate soldiers) recovered on Little Round Top. Little Round Top was the spot on the Gettysburg battlefield where the famous 20th Maine commanded by Joshua Chamberlain fought on July 2nd 1863. Their fight was portrayed in the movie “Gettysburg”! For day three you will receive a Confederate 2 ring Minie Ball recovered in the Pickett’s Charge area (around the Confederate battle line). So to sum it up you get 3 bullets 1 of each of the basic types used from the 3 most historic spots on the field. This is the set most people buy if they are not sure what they want. An excellent starter set for the new collector; you can’t go wrong! Comes matted and framed in a Riker box (Mat color may vary. All relics 100% guaranteed to be authentic from the Gettysburg battlefield recovered pre-National Park and is legal to own. Comes with Museum documentation of authenticity (COA).Very limited. Please see our other Gettysburg battlefield collectors sets available on our web site.

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    Children Of The Battlefield Authentic Gettysburg Orphanage Wood And Bullet Relic Set In Collector’s Glass Case

    $65.00
    Children Of The Battlefield Authentic Gettysburg Orphanage Wood And Bullet Relic Set In Collector’s Glass Case. Original wood from the Gettysburg “Homestead Orphanage” The  Bullet Contained Within this Display Was Found Near The Homestead Orphanage On Cemetery Hill, Gettysburg. General O.O. Howard Had His Headquarters At This Location During The Battle Of Gettysburg. This Building Later Became The Homestead Orphanage. The Children Of Sgt. Amos Humiston Along With Many Orphans Of The Civil War Lived In This Building.  In The 1950’s This Building Became “The Charlie Weaver/Soldier’s Museum”. Pictured On The Front Of This Display Are The Children Of Sgt. Humiston. Their Photo Was Found In The Hand Of Sgt. Humiston Who Died During The Battle Of Gettysburg. Both The Wood And Bullet are 100% Authentic And Are Certified By The Gettysburg Museum Of History. Matted and framed with a Riker frame. Mat color may vary. This relic is certified by The Gettysburg Museum of History. Museum documentation included (COA).Very limited. Please see our other Gettysburg battlefield collectors sets available on our web site.

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    Civil War Shaving Box And Contents Of Chaplain John W. Adams 2nd New Hampshire

    $550.00
    Civil War Shaving Box And Contents Of Chaplain John W. Adams 2nd New Hampshire. Original wooden box with inside mirror and engraved silver plate with Adams name. See photos showing a chip in the wood with an old repair.  In the box is an original Civil War straight razor, a bone handle shaving brush, and a brass candle holder. All the items are attributed to Chaplain Adams. This group also has a presentation research binder with scores of pages including war and pension records for Chaplain Adams. Also included is a rare book of his war memoirs. A fantastic set. Civil War Chaplain groupings are extremely rare. 100% Guaranteed to be authentic, Complete museum documentation (COA) included.

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    Jackie Kennedy’s Personal Prototype Perfume (Still Full) In Package Very Rare

    $899.00
    Jackie Kennedy's Personal Prototype Perfume (Still Full) In Package Very Rare. This Jacquelyn Kennedy prototype perfume was created as a possible campaign item for JFK's campaign. There were only a few bottles made as prototypes. Jackie Kennedy refused to let this product happen and use her name for a political novelty. This is one of the ones given to Jackie Kennedy and she then gave it to Evelyn Lincoln JFK's secretary. The exact number of prototypes is unknown but it is believed to be less than 20. This being one of Jackie's personal bottles. A very rare piece of Camelot history. Has the original satin bag and plastic box. Extremely rare. 100% Guaranteed to be authentic.  Complete museum documentation (COA) Provided.

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    Historically Important Ancient Egyptian Fertility God Statue From Old Museum

    $749.00
    Historically Important Ancient Egyptian Fertility God Statue From Old Museum. A very rare ancient statue with an old museum display frame. Many years ago we bought several items from an old museum collection including several mummies of fish and a human pair of hands and a mummy foot. We also got this very interesting fertility statue (note the phallus). This is different from the usual Hippo Egyptian  symbol. In it's original Museum frame. 100% Guaranteed to be authentic.  Complete museum documentation (COA) Provided.

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    ORIGINAL GERMAN WW2 OFFICERS FACTORY GUARD “WERKSCHUTZ” INSIGNIA

    $125.00
    ORIGINAL GERMAN WW2 OFFICERS FACTORY GUARD "WERKSCHUTZ" INSIGNIA. Bullion high quaility patch for higher rank armed factory military guards. A rarely seen badge. 100% Guaranteed to be authentic  Brought home by a U.S .Veteran as a trophy of war. Complete museum documentation (COA) Provided.

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