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    General Daniel E Sickles Gettysburg Amputation Blood Stained Wood And Bullet As Seen On “Pawn Stars” In Collectors Glass Case Certified

    $70.00
    A authentic piece of blood stained floor board from the Sheaffer Farm where General Daniel E Sickles had his leg amputated after being struck by a cannon ball on July 2, 1863. mounted with a bullet recovered from the 3rd Corps Field Hospital in Gettysburg. Sickles commanded the 3rd Corps at the Battle of Gettysburg. General Sickles was later awarded the Medal of Honor for Gallantry. The floor board was removed and replaced. The board was positively tested chemically for blood. General Sickles was commander of the Third Army Corps at Gettysburg. A fascinating artifact from one of Gettysburg’s most colorful characters. Recently featured on the T.V. show “Pawn Stars”. The piece you receive is part of the board that was actually on the show! Certified by curator Erik L. Dorr The bullet was obtained pre-National Park and both are 100% authentic and legal to own. This display comes matted and framed in a Riker display. Art and mat color may vary. Very limited supply. 100% guaranteed to be authentic and legal to own. Certified by the Gettysburg Museum of History with documentation (COA) provided. A fantastic set for the Civil War enthusiast and a great gift idea. A nice size 8″/12″ is the overall size of the glass case. A great affordable artifact related to one of the most colorful characters in the Civil War. Please see our other Gettysburg relic displays.

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    Pickett’s Charge Confederate Line Battlefield Wood and Confederate Bullet Display In Collector’s Glass Case Certified

    $73.00
    Pickett’s Charge Confederate Line Battlefield Wood and Confederate 2 ring Bullet Display In Collector's Glass Case 8"/12". Pickett’s Charge Confederate Line Gettysburg July 3rd 1863. This wood was from Seminary Ridge on the Gettysburg battlefield. On July 3rd 1863 General Lee ordered what would become the most famous charge in U.S. Military history and the climax of the battle of Gettysburg. This wood was on the Confederate line near the North Carolina Monument. The Confederate bullet was recovered at the Confederate battle line the Gettysburg battlefield near where the tree stood. The painting in this display depicts the brutal fighting of Pickett’s charge that took place in this area on July 3rd 1863. The bullet was obtained pre-National Park and both are 100% authentic and legal to own. This display comes matted and framed in a Riker display. Art and mat color may vary. Very limited supply. 100% guaranteed to be authentic and legal to own. Certified by the Gettysburg Museum of History with documentation (COA) provided. A fantastic set for the Civil War enthusiast and a great gift idea. A nice size 8″/12″ is the overall size of the glass case.  Also note when browsing our web site there are several pages of items, at the bottom of the list look for other page numbers.

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    Devil’s Den/Slaughter Pen Battlefield Wood and Bullet Display Gettysburg In Collector’s Glass Case Certified

    $72.00
    Devil’s Den/Slaughter Pen Gettysburg July 2nd 1863. This wood was from the famous Slaughter Pen next to Devil’s Den on the Gettysburg battlefield. Many of the most famous photos of dead soldiers were taken here including the one in this display. The bullet was recovered in Devil’s Den on the Gettysburg battlefield near where the tree stood. Many of the famous death photos were recorded by Alexander Gardner.  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 Devil's Den are rare! Very limited supply. Also see our listing for Gettysburg bullets in collectors boxes and relics.

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    General Lee’s Headquarters Historic Wood Display Battle Of Gettysburg In Collector’s Glass Case Certified

    $64.95
    Authentic Wood piece from the world famous Thompson House better known as General Lee’s Headquarters(Seminary Ridge) Gettysburg, PA. . Matted and framed with a Riker frame. Mat color and picture may vary. This relic is certified by The Gettysburg Museum of History. Museum documentation included. Certified by The Gettysburg Museum of History. The wood comes from the original beams (witness beams there during the battle) and was removed during a repair and was obtained by us from the former owners of the property. An amazing historic relic from one of Gettysburg’s most iconic spot. The Thompson house is on Seminary Ridge and is where General Lee made many of the plans for the battle of Gettysburg. Very limited supply. 100% guaranteed to be authentic and legal to own. Certified by the Gettysburg Museum of History with documentation (COA) provided. A fantastic set for the Civil War enthusiast and a great gift idea. A nice size 8″/12″ is the overall size of the glass case.  Please see our other Civil War  battlefield collectors sets available on our web site. The perfect gift for the serious Civil War  enthusiast.  Also note when browsing our web site there are several pages of items, at the bottom of the list look for other page numbers.

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    Original Civil War .69 Caliber Musket Ball Recovered At Reynold’s Woods Gettysburg Battlefield (Iron Brigade) Area Certified

    $21.00
    Original Civil War .69 Caliber Musket Ball Recovered At Reynold's Woods Gettysburg Battlefield (Iron Brigade) Area This relic recovered in Reynold’s Woods on the Gettysburg battlefield. This is the area where the famous Iron Brigade fought the 26th North Carolina on July 1st 1863.This is also where General Reynolds was killed. Reynolds was the highest ranking General Killed at Gettysburg. Most will be fired as shown but some could be dropped. We will pick the best one from our inventory for you. This comes with museum documentation (COA). This musket ball  was recovered before Gettysburg was a National Park and is 100% legal to own. Limited supply. From one of the most historic spots on the field.  Please see our other Reynolds's Woods and Gettysburg relics.

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    Authentic 1959 “Deed To The Gettysburg Battlefield” Cliff Arquette AKA Charlie Weaver

    $14.95
    Authentic 1959 "Deed To The Gettysburg Battlefield" Cliff Arquette AKA Charlie Weaver. A nostalgic piece of Gettysburg history. In the 1950's an organization was formed to help preserve land in Gettysburg. The Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation Association was the first organization dedicated to battlefield preservation and President Dwight D. Eisenhower was a founding member. In 1959 Actor and Comedian Cliff Arquette AKA "Charlie Weaver" opened a museum in Gettysburg and become the chairman of the organization. Cliff Arquette was the Grandfather of David, Roseann, and Patricia Arquette who are active in Hollywood now. This interesting artifact is a paper "deed to the battlefield you would receive when making a donation to the Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation Association. It has a facsimile signature of Cliff Arquette. It would give you "in theory" "one square foot of battlefield". An interesting piece of Gettysburg Battlefield preservation history. Offering is for one 8.5"/11" "deed" from 1959. Don't miss this unique opportunity. 100% guaranteed to be authentic Gettysburg Museum certified, museum COA provided.  Also note when browsing our web site there are several pages of items, at the bottom of the list look for other page numbers.

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    The First Minnesota Battlefield Wood and Bullet Display Gettysburg In Collectors Glass Case

    $69.00
    The First Minnesota Gettysburg July 2nd, 1863 Battlefield Wood and Bullet. This wood was from the famous Codori Thicket near the spot where The First Minnesota made their gallant charge. The bullet was recovered near the First Minnesota Monument on the Gettysburg Battlefield near where the tree stood. The bullet was obtained pre-National Park and both the wood and the bullet are 100% authentic and legal to own. This display comes matted and framed in a Riker display. Art and mat color may vary. Artifacts and picture will vary from piece to piece. We will pick the best one from our inventory. Framed in a collector’s glass case (Riker Case) with museum mat and art. The frame is 8"/12″ 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. Our collector sets make fantastic and creative gifts. Please see our cased offerings too.  Also note when browsing our web site there are several pages of items, at the bottom of the list look for other page numbers

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    Original Civil War Bullet Recovered At Reynold’s Woods Gettysburg Battlefield (Iron Brigade) Area

    $23.00
    Original Civil War Bullet Recovered At Reynold's Woods Gettysburg Battlefield (Iron Brigade) Area This relic recovered in Reynold’s Woods on the Gettysburg battlefield. This is the area where the famous Iron Brigade fought the 26th North Carolina on July 1st 1863.This is also where General Reynolds was killed. Reynolds was the highest ranking General Killed at Gettysburg. Most will be fired as shown but some could be dropped. We will pick the best one from our inventory for you. This comes with museum documentation (COA). The bullet were recovered before Gettysburg was a National Park and is 100% legal to own. Limited supply. From one of the most historic spots on the field.  Please see our other Reynolds's Woods and Gettysburg relics.

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

    $67.00
    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. Also note when browsing our web site there are several pages of items, at the bottom of the list look for other page numbers.

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    General Meade’s Headquarters Gettysburg Authentic Wood and Bullet Display In Collector’s Glass Case

    $69.95
    General Meade’s Headquarters The Battle of Gettysburg Original wood from the Widow Pfefffer House (Meade’s 2nd Headquarters)Original Bullet from the Leister House (Meade’s 1st Headquarters)The Bullet contained within this display was found near the Leister House (Meade’s HQ) on Cemetery Ridge, Gettysburg. The piece of wood was cut from the original beam from the Widow Pfeffer house on Baltimore Street that served as Meade’s 2nd Headquarters. We will pick the best one from our inventory. Framed in a collector’s glass case (Riker Case) with museum mat and art. The frame is 8″/12″ 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) Certificate Of Authenticity . Very limited. Please see our other Gettysburg battlefield collectors sets available on our web site. The perfect gift for the serious Gettysburg enthusiast.  Also note when browsing our web site there are several pages of items, at the bottom of the list look for other page numbers.

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    Authentic Confederate Money With Bullets From The Battle Of Gettysburg In Collector’s Glass Case

    $132.99
    Framed Confederate money, $5, or $10, (one note) & Five (5) Authentic Civil War bullets Recovered at Gettysburg. Notes will vary in condition (circulated). Not the one in the photo. Each display will vary. We will select the best one from our current inventory. Framed and double matted in a Riker box. 5 Bullets will be from different locations on the Gettysburg battlefield. Each bullet is from a different location on the battlefield and is noted on the bullet. Locations will vary such as Culp's Hill, Reynolds Woods, Weikert Farm, Wheatfield, and more five different and will include one musket ball and four bullets. They were recovered before Gettysburg was a National Park and are 100% guaranteed to be authentic and legal to own. Certified by the Gettysburg Museum of History with documentation (COA) provided. A fantastic set for the Civil War enthusiast and a great gift idea. A nice size 8″/12″ is the overall size of the glass case.

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    Authentic Relics Recovered In Reynold’s Woods, Gettysburg Battlefield Iron Brigade In Collector’s Glass Case

    $111.00
    Authentic set of 6 Civil War relics recovered in Reynolds's Woods on the Gettysburg battlefield. This is the area where the famous Iron Brigade fought the 26th North Carolina on July 1st 1863.This is also where General Reynolds was killed. Reynolds was the highest ranking General Killed at Gettysburg. Matted and framed with a Riker frame. Mat color may vary. This relic is certified by The Gettysburg Museum of History. The bullet and relics were recovered before Gettysburg was a National Park and is 100% legal to own. Museum documentation (COA) included .A fantastic set for the Civil War enthusiast and a great gift idea. A nice size 8″/12″ is the overall size of the glass case. Please see our other Gettysburg battlefield relics and collectors sets. Very limited supply.

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    General Barksdale’s Charge Battlefield Wood and Bullet Display Battle Of Gettysburg In Collectors Glass Case

    $66.99
    General Barksdale’s Charge Gettysburg July 2nd 1863. This wood was from the Trostle Farm on the Gettysburg battlefield. On July 2nd 1863 when fighting erupted this area was where General Barksdale’s Mississippians clashed with Sickles’ third corps. The bullet was recovered at the Trostle Farm on the Gettysburg battlefield near where the tree stood. The painting in this display depicts the brutal fighting that took place in this area on July 2nd 1863. Framed in a collector’s glass case (Riker Case) with museum mat and art. The frame is 8″/12″ 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) Certificate Of Authenticity . Very limited. Please see our other Gettysburg battlefield collectors sets available on our web site. The perfect gift for the serious Gettysburg enthusiast.

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    General Meade’s Headquarters Gettysburg Authentic Wood and Bullet Display In Collector’s Glass Case

    $69.00
    General Meade’s Headquarters The Battle of Gettysburg Original wood from the Widow Pfefffer House (Meade’s 2nd Headquarters)Original Bullet from the Leister House (Meade’s 1st Headquarters)The Bullet contained within this display was found near the Leister House (Meade’s HQ) on Cemetery Ridge, Gettysburg. The piece of wood was cut from the original beam from the Widow Pfeffer house on Baltimore Street that served as Meade’s 2nd Headquarters. We will pick the best one from our inventory. Framed in a collector’s glass case (Riker Case) with museum mat and art. The frame is 8″/12″ 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) Certificate Of Authenticity . Very limited. Please see our other Gettysburg battleifeld collectors sets available on our web site. The perfect gift for the serious Gettysburg enthusiast.

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    Culp’s Hill Battlefield Wood and Bullet Display Gettysburg In Collector’s Glass Case

    $64.00
    Culp’s HIll Battle of Gettysburg 1863. This wood is from Culp’s Hill on the Gettysburg Battlefield. Culp’s Hill was one of the most important parts of the Union Defense at Gettysburg. It was the right flank of the Union line and was heavily contested by almost constant Confederate attack. Heavy entrenchments saved the day for the Union. The trees bared the scars of battle as depicted in this period photo. The bullet in this display is also from Culp’s Hill. The bullet was obtained pre-National Park and both are 100% authentic and legal to own. This display comes matted and framed in a Riker display. Art and mat color may vary. Very limited supply. 100% guaranteed to be authentic and legal to own. Certified by the Gettysburg Museum of History with documentation (COA) provided. A fantastic set for the Civil War enthusiast and a great gift idea. A nice size 8″/12″ is the overall size of the glass case.

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    Authentic Confederate Money With Bullets From The Battle Of Gettysburg In Collector’s Glass Case

    $129.99
    Framed Confederate money, $5, $10, Or $20 (one note) & Five (5) Authentic Civil War bullets Recovered at Gettysburg. Notes will vary in condition (circulated). Not the one in the photo. Each display will vary. We will select the best one from our current inventory. Framed and double matted in a Riker box. 5 Bullets will be from different locations on the Gettysburg battlefield. Each bullet is from a different location on the battlefield and is noted on the bullet. Locations will vary such as Culp's Hill, Reynolds Woods, Weikert Farm, Wheatfield, and more five different and will include one musket ball and four bullets. They were recovered before Gettysburg was a National Park and are 100% guaranteed to be authentic and legal to own. Certified by the Gettysburg Museum of History with documentation (COA) provided. A fantastic set for the Civil War enthusiast and a great gift idea. A nice size 8"/12" is the overall size of the glass case.

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    Original Civil War Bullet Recovered At Reynold’s Woods Gettysburg Battlefield (Iron Brigade) Area

    $23.00
    Original Civil War Bullet Recovered At Reynold's Woods Gettysburg Battlefield (Iron Brigade) Area This relic recovered in Reynold’s Woods on the Gettysburg battlefield. This is the area where the famous Iron Brigade fought the 26th North Carolina on July 1st 1863.This is also where General Reynolds was killed. Reynolds was the highest ranking General Killed at Gettysburg. Most will be fired as shown but some could be dropped. We will pick the best one from our inventory for you. This comes with museum documentation (COA). The bullet were recovered before Gettysburg was a National Park and is 100% legal to own. Limited supply. From one of the most historic spots on the field.  Please see our other Reynolds's Woods relics.

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    Large Double Struck Culp’s Hill War Log (Bullets In Wood) Gettysburg

    $1,899.00
    Original Large piece of white oak with 2 Civil War bullets embedded. A very heavy, solid piece found on Culp's Hill. The path of the bullet can be seen. This piece is one of the better ones we have seen. Multiple struck pieces of wood from Gettysburg are very desirable and very rare. Comes with a deaccession letter from the Gettysburg Museum of History documenting the provenance of this artifact.

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    Authentic Gettysburg Battlefield Pickett’s Charge Confederate Bullets And Confederate Bond Note.

    $74.99
    Original Gettysburg battlefield Pickett's Charge area recovered Civil War bullets and Confederate bond note display. Framed Confederate bond clip (one note) & 2 Authentic Confederate Gettysburg battlefield Civil War bullets. The Bullets were recovered in the area where Pickett's Charge was launched during the battle of Gettysburg. Not the one in the photo. Each display will vary. The Gettysburg battlefield Pickett's Charge individual locations and type of bullet will vary. You will get one Confederate Gardener (2 ring) bullet and one Confederate Enfield bullet. We will select the best one from our current inventory. For the collector who wants the ultimate Confederate Gettysburg relic. Famed and matted in a collectors Riker box. 100% guaranteed to be authentic. Complete museum documentation (COA) provided. Limed supply.

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    Authentic Gettysburg Battlefield Bullets And Confederate Bond Note.

    $49.99
    Original Gettysburg battlefield recovered Civil War bullets and Confederate bond note display. Framed Confederate bond clip (one note) & 2 Authentic Gettysburg battlefield Civil War bullets. Not the one in the photo. Each display will vary. The Gettysburg battlefield individual locations and type of bullet will vary. We will select the best one from our current inventory. Famed and matted in a collectors Riker box. 100% guaranteed to be authentic. Complete museum documentation (COA) provided.

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    Oak Hill/Oak Ridge Battlefield Wood and Bullet Display Gettysburg

    $74.00

    Oak Hill/Oak Ridge Gettysburg July 1st 1863. This wood was from Oak Hill on the Gettysburg battlefield. On July 1st 1863 when fighting erupted this area became a focal point


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    General Barksdale’s Charge Battlefield Wood and Bullet Display Gettysburg

    $65.00

     

    General Barksdale's Charge Gettysburg July 2nd 1863. This wood was from the Trostle Farm on the Gettysburg battlefield. On July 2nd 1863 when fighting erupted this area was where


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    Original Bullet Recovered On The Rose Farm Gettysburg Battlefield

    $35.00

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    Original Civil War bullet recovered on the Rose farm Gettysburg battlefield. The Rose Farm was at the center of some of the fiercest fighting on the second day of


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    Original Bullet Recovered In The Slaughter Pen Gettysburg Battlefield

    $45.00

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    Original Civil War bullet recovered in the Slaughter Pen Gettysburg battlefield. The Slaughter Pen is located between Devil's Den and Big Round Top. Many of the famous death photos


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    Original Rare .69 Caliber Bullet From The Valley Of Death Gettysburg

    $35.00

    The Valley of Death. The road is present day Warren Avenue which runs from Crawford Avenue (to the right) across Plum Run, up the hill to the left to the


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    Original Bullet From The Bloody Angle Gettysburg Battlefield

    $50.00

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    The Angle (Bloody Angle) is a Gettysburg Battlefield area which includes the 1863 Copse of Trees used as the target landmark for Pickett's Charge, the 1892 monument that marks


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    Original Confederate Bullet From Pickett’s Charge Gettysburg

    $40.00

    Original Confederate bullet from Pickett's Charge Gettysburg. Pickett's Charge was an infantry assault ordered by Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee against Maj. Gen. George G. Meade's Union positions on Cemetery


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