A bullet struck U.S. plate found on Little Round Top Gettysburg. This is a cartridge box plate and it stopped the Confederate bullet that was fired saving the life of […]
This Civil War field desk was from the estate of General Joshua Chamberlain. The inside has an period ink inscription that says "Hd Q (Headquarters) Desk 20th Maine Vol (Volunteers) […]
Two Bullets That Met In Mid-Air During The Battle Of Gettysburg. A Union 3 ring bullet and a Confederate 2 ring bullet that met mid-air during the battle of Gettysburg. […]
Civil War Colt Army revolver found on the kitchen table of the Pfeffer Farm after the battle of Gettysburg. The Pfeffers lived on a farm in Freedom Township near the Eisenhower […]
John Burns The Citizen Hero of Gettysburg's watch chain from the Civil War. Burns became a 69-year-old civilian combatant with the Union Army at the Battle of Gettysburg during the American […]
A Confederate (UCV) uniform. The UCV (United Confederate Veterans) was an organization of former Civil War Confederate soldiers. The uniform has a UCV General's rank and an import lion head sword
A cased model 1860 Colt Army Revolver that belonged to General Martin D. Hardin.
The Uniform worn at Gettysburg by Captain Edgar W. Warren. Capt. Warren (brother of General Warren) was on General Weed's staff during the battle of Gettysburg. Capt. Warren was Brevetted […]
A Civil War presentationsword carried by Captain Henry Gildersleeve Company C 150th New York. Gildersleeve and the 150th were heavily engaged at Culp's Hill during the battle of Gettysburg. After […]
civilian patriot Jennie Wade was killed during the battle of Gettysburg while baking bread for union soldiers. See Jennie Wade's romantic letters to Jack Skelly (who also died in the […]
Antique Battle Of Gettysburg Recovered Relic Box By John Good . This shadow box was made from early battlefield pickups obtained from locals. Every piece is labeled what part of […]
A star from a Confederate flag of the 13th Alabama captured during Pickett’s Charge at The battle of Gettysburg
A star from a Confederate flag of the 13th Alabama captured during Pickett's Charge at The battle of Gettysburg. The star was souvenired by Pvt. Bernard McCarren of the 1st […]
Pennsylvania Bucktail Cornelius J. Smith’s Rifle And Accouterments Wounded At The Battle Of Gettysburg
Wounded At Gettysburg. Cornelius J. Smith of the 42nd Pa. The 42nd Pa. were known as the "Pennsylvania Bucktails" and placed a deer tail on their hats. This grouping was […]
The Antietam Obelisk. This display was created by F. Hayes Delany in 1896. It features over 100 relics from the battle of Antietam. It is a museum within a museum. […]
"The Meade Chair". This chair was in the Lydia Leister house when when General George Meade used the house as his Headquarters during the battle of Gettysburg. It was purportedly […]
General Gouverneur K. Warren's hat. General Warren was one of the most important Generals at Gettysburg. On the second day of the Battle of Gettysburg, July 2, 1863, Warren initiated […]
A Civil War Confederate flag flown at the battle of 1st Bull Run, Mananas Virginia. This company size 1st National Confederate flag was given to George Washington Kurtz of the […]
This U.S. Civil War belt buckle was worn by Michael Miller of Co. K 1st Pa. Reserves. This unit was local Gettysburg men who actually fought in the battle of […]
A Civil War exploded musket from the battle of Gettysburg. This is the result of overloading a musket. In combat muskets would sometimes misfire from black powder residue buildup. Soldiers […]
Confederate Musket Ball That Took The Arm Of Charles Sprauge During Pickett’s Charge Battle Of Gettysburg
The Confederate musketball that took the arm of Charles Sprauge during Pickett's Charge Gettysburg. This ball crashed into the arm of Sprauge while he was manning the cannon Alonzo Cushing […]
A Union Soldier's Forage Hat From The Battle Of Gettysburg. Former General Lee's Headquarters Museum Gettysburg .
desk set (paper Weight) made from relics from the Battle of Gettysburg. Made by John Good and John Woodward in the 1800's these were some of the first items sold […]
an amputated bone with a musket ball embedded inside. From the battle of Gettysburg. Featured in the book Gettysburg Battlefield Relics and Souvenirs.
A Confederate school book with story problems about "killing Yankees". 1864 Johnson's Common School Arithmetic. This extremely rare book was only published for one year and was replaced after the […]
An original shingle from the Dunker Church at the Antietam battlefield. This shingle has a folk art painting of the church.