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    Original Civil War Relic Breast Plate Recovered On The Gettysburg Battlefield With Old Tag

    $269.00
    Original Civil War Relic Breast Plate Recovered On The Gettysburg Battlefield With Old Tag. A relic bent eagle breast plate with interesting old tag that states "Gettysburg Woods On The Left Wing". This would place this plate's recovery location at the Little Round Top or Big Round Top area on the Gettysburg battlefield. A very interesting relic. A superb Civil War breast plate in relic condition picked up on the Gettysburg battlefield. Collector's want old tags and this makes this relic very desirable. This is an early pickup with very nice  “chocolate brown” patina. 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. 100% Guaranteed the be Authentic, Comes with Museum documentation (COA). Please see our other Gettysburg and Civil War relics.

  • Original Civil War Confederate Frame Buckle Recovered At The WheatField Gettysburg Battlefield Rosensteel Collection

    SOLD Original Civil War Confederate Frame Buckle Recovered At The WheatField Gettysburg Battlefield Rosensteel Collection. Original Civil War Gettysburg Battlefield Recovered relic Confederate Frame Buckle From The Original Rosensteel Museum Collection. A superb Civil War frame plate in relic condition picked up at the bloody Wheatfield on the Gettysburg battlefield. This is an early pickup with very nice "chocolate brown" patina. This buckle was in the Rosensteel Museum collection for decades and was later deaccessed by The Gettysburg National Military Park collection. The provenance does not get any better. All Gettysburg relics were obtained before it was national Park and are 100% legal to own. There will be no more  relics from the battlefield because relic hunting is now prohibited. 100% Guaranteed the be Authentic, Comes with Museum documentation (COA). Please see our other Gettysburg and Civil War relics.

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    Confederate “WishBone” Belt And Buckle From The Battle Of Gettysburg William Ziegler Collection

    $1,225.00
    Confederate "WishBone" Belt And Buckle From The Battle Of Gettysburg William Ziegler Collection. A Civil War black leather belt with Confederate altered buckle made from a U.S. "puppy paw" buckle with it's face taken off making a "wishbone" buckle. It was common practice for Confederate troop to use captured Yankee equipment and altered items. This is a very early Gettysburg battlefield pick-up from the William Ziegler collection. Ziegler was a Civil War Veteran and picked up many items from locals very early. He had a livery service in Gettysburg and his business partner was an early battlefield guide. The leather is stiff but still good being a very early pickup. Items from the Ziegler collection are very desirable.  All Gettysburg relics were obtained before it was national Park and are 100% legal to own. There will be no more  relics from the battlefield because relic hunting is now prohibited. 100% Guaranteed the be Authentic, Comes with Museum documentation (COA). Please see our other Gettysburg and Civil War relics.

  • Original Early Pick-Up Relic Colt Revolver Recovered At The Valley Of Death Gettysburg Battlefield

    SOLD Original Early Pick-Up Relic Colt Revolver Recovered At The Valley Of Death Gettysburg Battlefield. A very nice early pick-up Colt pocket model revolver in good relic condition. This pistol was found at The Valley Of Death on the Gettysburg Battlefield. It was originally exhibited at the Shields Museum on the first day's battlefield. This was part of their museum display and not a sell gun. It was obtained at the close of the museum in the early 1980's. All Gettysburg relics were obtained before it was national Park and are 100% legal to own. There will be no more  relics from this area because relic hunting is now prohibited. 100% Guaranteed the be Authentic, Comes with Museum documentation (COA). Please see our other Gettysburg and Civil War relics. A very RARE opportunity, early Gettysburg Museum items are in great demand so they rarely make it to the market, most are sold privately within the Gettysburg "super collector" community.

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    Original Civil War Artillery Shell Recovered At Culp’s Hill On Wood Base From The Danner Museum Gettysburg

    $3,349.00
    Original Civil War Artillery Shell Recovered At Culp's Hill On Wood Base From The Danner Museum Gettysburg. Original very early relic pick-up Schenkle shell with rare percussion fuse. Very nice condition the fuse can still be removed and the threads are easily turned. The original wood base had the words "Culp's Hill" painted in white paint. Originally from Gettysburg's first museum The Danner Museum.  All Gettysburg relics were obtained before it was national Park and are 100% legal to own. There will be no more  relics from this area because relic hunting is now prohibited. 100% Guaranteed the be Authentic, Comes with Museum documentation (COA). Please see our other Gettysburg and Civil War relics. A very RARE opportunity, Danner items are in great demand so they rarely make it to the market, most are sold privately within the Gettysburg "super collector" community.

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    Original Civil War Gettysburg Battlefield Recovered Eagle Breast Plate From The Original Rosensteel Museum Collection

    $479.00
    Original Civil War Gettysburg Battlefield Recovered Eagle Breast Plate From The Original Rosensteel Museum Collection. A superb Civil War breast plate in relic condition picked up on the Gettysburg battlefield. This is an early pickup with very nice perfect "chocolate brown" patina. This plate was in the Rosensteel Museum collection for decades and was later deaccessed by The Gettysburg National Military Park collection. The provenance does not get any better. 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. 100% Guaranteed the be Authentic, Comes with Museum documentation (COA). Please see our other Gettysburg and Civil War relics.

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    Original Civil War Eagle Breast Plate Recovered On Power’s Hill Gettysburg Battlefield.

    $495.00
    Authentic U.S. Eagle Breast Plate Recovered At Powers Hill Gettysburg Battlefield.  Very nice early pick up (Pre-National Park) both hooks are intact. The plate has a beautiful chocolate brown  and slightly green patina . This plate was found at Powers Hill (Granite Schoolhouse Road) this was a Union artilerry platform during the battle of Gettysburg.  A very historic area and a remarkably rare breast plate. 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. Originally recovered by legendary old time relic hunter Al Flickinger. It has the number tag "6"and "Power's Hill" in ink, this corresponds with Mr. Flickinger's notes. This plate was originally sold by us and it was recently bought back along with a few other items from this collection.  A historic museum piece, A well documented authentic example from Gettysburg.

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    Authentic U.S. Eagle N.C.O. Breast Plate Recovered At The First Corps Hospital Gettysburg Battlefield

    $525.00
    Authentic U.S. Eagle N.C.O. Breast Plate Recovered At The First Corps Hospital Gettysburg Battlefield.  Very nice early pick up (Pre-National Park) three hooks are  broken. The plate has a beautiful chocolate brown  and slightly green patina . This plate was found at the First Corps Hospital site (White Church Road and Baltimore Pike this was the hospital site in July 1863.  A very historic area and a remarkably rare NCO  breast plate. 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. Originally recovered by legendary old time relic hunter Al Flickinger. It has the number "13" and "1st Corps Hosp" in ink, this corresponds with Mr. Flickinger's notes. This plate was originally sold by us and it was recently bought back along with a few other items from this collection.  A historic museum piece, NCO plates are especially rare. A well documented authentic example from Gettysburg.

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