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    Original Gettysburg Battlefield Early Pickup Artillery Shell With Old Note Trostle Farm

    $995.00
    Original Gettysburg Battlefield Early Pickup Artillery Shell With Old Note Trostle. A remarkable early pick up non-excavated 10Lb. 3" Dyer artillery shell (Inert). It has the fuse and powder removed and is compleatly safe. The shell is non-dug meaning it was not removed from the ground later it was picked up shortly after the battle. It has old white thick paint with patina with the word "Getty." short for "Gettysburg". Inside the shell was an old circa 1930's-40's note in pencil saying. "Shell found by "E. A. Trostle on the Hen. Goldworth (Sic) farm 70 years ago Gettysburg, PA." E. A. Trostle is the famous Trostle farm on the Gettysburg battlefield "Hen. Goldworth" is a mystery possibly a tenant farmer in the 1930's-40's. The note is saying 70 years ago making this a pickup from immediately after the battle. A very rare and desirable early Gettysburg picked artillery shell with old provenance. 100% Guaranteed the be Authentic, Comes with Museum documentation (COA).

  • Confederate Money 2 Mint Uncirculated Consecutive Numbered Confederate $5.00 Notes 1864

    SOLD 2 Mint Uncirculated Consecutive Numbered Confederate $5.00 Notes 1864. Number 9594 and 9595. These two notes are as close to mint as you can get for a 153 year old note. This is a series 1864 note and will be shipped in a hard plastic sleeve to protect the note. 100% guaranteed to be authentic,  Museum documentation (COA)  provided. Much better condition than the other Confederate money we offer. Please see our other Confederate money and framed sets.

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    Ladder Style Identity Medal Of Civil War Soldier John Smith Co. F 58th Ohio

    $495.00
    Ladder Style Identity Medal Of Civil War Soldier John Smith Co. F 58th Ohio. Interesting style also has his Naval service, a scarce style with complete research presentation file.  100% Guaranteed the be Authentic, Comes with Museum documentation (COA).

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    Grouping Of Gettysburg Soldier With Great History 126 New York CDV, Discharge, Engraved Snuff Box, Research

    $699.00
    Grouping Of Gettysburg Soldier With Great History 126 New York CDV, Discharge, Engraved Snuff Box, Research. An impressive grouping of PVT. Calvin S. Gilbert of the 126th New York Infantry. He was a prisoner of war then exchanged only to be wounded in action at The Battle Of Gettysburg on July 2, 1863. The grouping includes a photo CDV with inscription to his sister on the back, his original discharge paper, a silver snuff box with his name "C.S. Gilbert" engraved on the top. Lastly a large and complete research file including copies of his war and pension records, plus pages of other detailed research put into a presentation binder. Calvin's intereting history makes this grouping worthy of even an advanced collection. 100% Guaranteed the be Authentic, Comes with Museum documentation (COA).

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    Original WWII German Army (Heer) Cold Weather Sheep Skin Hat U.S. Veteran Bring Back

    $495.00
    Original WWII German Army (Heer) Cold Weather Sheep Skin Hat U.S. Veteran Bring Back. Nice quality, multi-panel, patch work, whitened sheep skin construction winter cap with the natural hide to the exterior and the white sheep’s wool to the interior. The front center of the cap has a, machine embroidered, Heer Army eagle in light green threads on a cut-out Army green base with a separate machine embroidered, national tri-color cockade situated just below eagle. The cap features fold down side and back panels with the panels held in position at the top of the cap by a thread loop and a corresponding tie string. When the side and back panels are in the upright position the sheep’s wool is visible to the exterior. The back and side panels were designed to be folded down to protect the wearer’s ears and neck and the panels could be secured with the fabric loop tie closed under the wearer’s chin as required. This was a combat worn example brought home by a US veteran. Most of these hats encountered are Luftwaffe, this Army (Heer) example is scarce and desirable. A fantastic unusual winter wear army hat untouched U.S. Veteran bring back hat the way we like to see them. 100% Guaranteed to be authentic  Brought home by a U.S .Veteran as a trophy of war. Complete museum documentation (COA) Provided. Great for an Eastern front or Battle of The Bulge display.

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    Original Civil War Pistol Leather Cartridge Box

    $175.00
    Original Civil War Pistol Leather Cartridge Box. A nice leather box, the leather is bendable and not too hard. The closer strap is broken and the back straps has an old repair see photos but otherwise in good condition. A nice authentic example.  A nice displayable Civil War pistol cartridge box.  Gettysburg Museum Certified (COA) provided.

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    Major Dick Winters Certificate To The Medal Of Eindhoven (Holland) Easy Company Band Of Brothers

    $1,795.00
    Major Dick Winters Certificate To The Medal Of Eindhoven (Holland) Easy Company Band Of Brothers. A large oversize official document from the city of Eindhoven in Holland with wax seal and ribbon presented to Major Dick Winters. This document accompanied the "Medal of Eindhoven" that was presented to Winters. This is the document only. In 2016 The Gettysburg Museum of History obtained the Major Dick Winters collection including his files and photographs. In the collection were two of these documents. One of the documents are on display in the Museum. We decided to let someone else enjoy the honor of owning the second one. This document is 100% guaranteed to be from Major Winters collection and it will come with a Gettysburg Museum COA. Many people have asked for something from the collection and here is your chance. Major Dick Winters and Easy Company liberated Eindhoven during Operation Market Garden in September of 1944. This event was depicted in the book and series band of brothers. The series portrayed the citizens of Eindhoven overjoyed with emotion when their liberators came into the town. The citizens of Eindhoven still honor our veterans every year on the 17th of September. A rare opportunity to obtain an authentic artifact from the Major Dick Winters Collection.

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    Original Civil War .58 Caliber 1863 Cartridge Box With Tins And U.S. Plate

    $385.00
    Original Civil War .58 Caliber 1863 Cartridge Box With Tins And U.S. Plate. Original leather Civil War cartridge box with rivet on closer. This would put the date about 1863. It has both original tins inside the box. The leather is soft and flexible. The box has a nice makers mark stamp (see photos). The box has an original U.S. box plate attached. A nice displayable Civil War cartridge box.  Gettysburg Museum Certified (COA) provided.

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    Authentic Relics From Pickett’s Charge Area Of The Battle of Gettysburg In Collector’s Glass Case

    $70.00
    Authentic bullet, and two other artifacts with picture from Pickett’s Charge at the Battle of Gettysburg, July 3, 1863. 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 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 battleifeld collectors sets available on our web site.

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    Address Book In Jack Ruby’s Pocket When He Shot Lee Harvey Oswald 11/24/63 JFK Assassination

    $9,975.00
    Address Book In Jack Ruby's Pocket When He Shot Lee Harvey Oswald 11/24/63 JFK Assassination. One of the most important historical treasures we have ever offered. This is the actual address book/note book that was in Jack Ruby's pocket when he shot Lee Harvey Oswald in Dallas Texas on November 24, 1963. This black book has several pages of names numbers and associates of Ruby (we pictured a few). Some are business people some are strippers from his night club some are unknown associates. The book has a sticker on the front that is an exhibit sticker from the Warren Commission and his trial. We also included related documents acquired from the National Archives that are FBI reports listing this book as being "on Ruby's person" when arrested proving this book was in his pocket when he shot Oswald. Also included is the original notarized letter signed by Jack Ruby's brother Earl Ruby listing the book and 2 other items at the time the book was acquired by Robert L. White from Ruby. Also included is a photo of Robert L. White with Earl Ruby at the time of the sale in Ruby's office the book is seen on the desk. Jack Ruby's brother Earl partition the court to return his brothers personal artifacts. The Warren Commission made this possible. A remarkable piece of JFK Assassination history that is fully documented and 100% guaranteed to be authentic. A rare opportunity to own one of the most fascinating JFK assassination/ Ruby/ Oswald artifacts available.

  • President John F. Kennedy’s Personally Owned Club Key From The 1960 DNC

    SOLD President John F. Kennedy's Personally Owned Club Key From The 1960 DNC. This gold metal key was sent to President Kennedy by Northeast Airlines President. They set a "Club Room" for V.I.P.'s at both conventions  the Democrats was called the "Flying Donkey Club" The Republicans was called "The Flying Elephants". Ironically they send JFK the Republican key! JFK thought this was humorous and kept the key in his desk at the White House. The key has with it a photo of the letter that was sent with it that now resides in the Kennedy Library. From the Evelyn Lincoln Collection.   A fantastic piece of JFK Camelot history definitively owned by JFK. 100% Guaranteed to be authentic. Complete museum documentation (COA) Provided

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    Original WWII German M-35 Former Double Decal Army (Heer) Helmet, U.S. Veteran Bring Back

    $999.00
    Original WWII German M-35 Former Double Decal Army (Heer) Helmet, U.S. Veteran Bring Back. The sheet steel construction helmet retains about 80% of its original smooth parade green paint. The left side of the helmet has an black lined, Wehrmacht eagle decal which is retained about 95%. The right side of the helmet's national tri-color decal has been removed per 1941 orders. All three liner retaining rivets and both inserted ventilation bushings are all intact. The interior of the helmet has an  tan leather liner with all of its fingers  intact. The liner is in overall very good condition showing light chafe wear to the edges.  The interior reverse neck guard apron is serial number stamped, "0777", and the interior left side apron is stamped with the manufacturers code and size, "Q64", indicating manufacture by Quest, size 64. An untouched early example brought back by a U.S. Veteran. This is a scarce earlier helmet , most earlier versions were repainted for use later. 100% Guaranteed to be authentic and untouched . Complete museum documentation (COA) Provided.

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    Original WWII German M-35 Double Decal Luftwaffe Helmet With Early Pattern Eagle US Veteran Bring Back

    $1,199.00
    Original WWII German M-35 Double Decal Luftwaffe Helmet With Early Pattern Eagle US Veteran Bring Back. The sheet steel construction helmet retains about 80% of its original smooth, Luftwaffe blue/grey paint. The left side of the helmet has a first pattern, "droop-tailed", (circa 1934-1936/1937), Luftwaffe eagle which is retained about 92%.  The right side of the helmet has a national tri-color shield decal which is retained about 85%. All three, early brass, liner retaining rivets and both inset ventilation bushings are all intact. The interior of the helmet has a light, tan leather All the liner fingers are complete  The reverse, interior neck guard apron has a stamped serial number, "3035" and remnants of black, hand painted letters. The interior left side apron has the stamped manufacturers code and size, "ET66", indicating  size 66. The helmet has no chinstrap  Nice, early Luftwaffe helmet. An untouched early example brought back by a U.S. Veteran. This is the rare version early eagle, most earlier versions were repainted for use later. 100% Guaranteed to be authentic and untouched . Complete museum documentation (COA) Provided.

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    Amazing Gettysburg 1913 Veteran Scrapbook With Medals 102 Ohio Charles Otto Smith

    $599.00
    Amazing Gettysburg 1913 Veteran Scrapbook With Medals 102 Ohio Charles Otto Smith. Very interesting archive of material from Charles Otto Smith of the 102 Ohio Infantry. The book made by Smith includes his Veteran metals and photos, poems, flags, and more. Also included is an impressive archive of research with war records, pension records, newspaper articles, certified marriage certificate and much more. An outstanding archive of material for the advanced Gettysburg collector.

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

    $189.00
    Original Civil War Excavated Relic U.S. Box Plate Recovered In Fredericksburg Virginia.  For the collector who wants an authentic battlefield ground dug relic.  A very nice chocolate brown and slightly green patina, the way we like them. It has a been there done that combat used look . This is an older recovered U.S. box plate. 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 CDV Photo Of Lt. C.S. Sussey 1st Iowa Colored Troops With Racist Inscription

    $699.00
    Original CDV Photo Of Lt. C.S. Sussey 1st Iowa Colored Troops With Racist Inscription. A very rare original CDV of 2nd Lieutenant C.S. Sussey of the 1st Iowa Colored (Black) troops. Black regiments in the Civil War had White officers. Has a shockingly (by today's standards) raciest inscription that says "1st Iowa  N-gger Reg" (Regiment). A very rare piece of Civil War history, "Colored Troops" artifacts are very rare and desirable. A rare opportunity. Comes with large binder of research documents and war plus pension records. 100% guaranteed to be authentic Gettysburg Museum certified, museum COA provided.

  • WWII German Medal & Document Grouping Killed At Normandy June 8, 1944

    SOLD WWII German Medal & Document Grouping Killed At Normandy June 8, 1944. Grouping includes a west wall medal and document for a German soldier stationed in Normandy who was killed on June 8, 1944 just after D-Day. The medal is a Die struck, tombac construction medal with a bronze wash is in the form of a roughly, 41mm tall, 32mm wide, vertical oval with embossed, oak-leaf wreath edging encompassing a smooth field with an embossed national eagle with out-stretched wings, clutching a wreathed, canted swastika in its talons, positioned above a crossed spade and sword which are in turn positioned above a pillbox to the obverse. The reverse also has the embossed, oak-leaf wreath edging which encompasses embossed, Latin script, "Für Arbeit zum Schutze Deutschlands", (For Work on the Defenses of Germany), on a smooth background field. The medal loop and the ribbon suspension ring are both intact and come complete with the original ribbed rayon ribbon. Also included is the issue envelope. Has the issue certificate with the soldiers name. Also included is the research on this soldier. A rare Normandy KIA set. 100% guaranteed to be authentic Gettysburg Museum certified, museum COA provided.

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    Authentic Gettysburg Battlefield Relic Complete Lockplate Recovered At Derr’s Woods

    $299.00
    Authentic Gettysburg Battlefield  Complete Lockplate Recovered At Derr's Woods. A very nice complete lockplate with all the parts including a broken sear pin (most likely why it was discarded). Also a barrel band found nearby. Very rare to find one complete like this. The lockplate was recovered from Derr Woods Gettysburg PA. Derr Woods is located off the Taneytown Road near Little Round Top. It was an important historic area. The Weikert Farm was next to it. The entire Third Corps fell back to this position and camped here on July 2nd 1863. Part of the Fifth Corps was also in this area. Owned by Ben Derr. There were also some temporary hospital aid stations here during the battle for Little Round Top. 100% guaranteed to be authentic Gettysburg Museum certified, museum COA provided.

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    Outstanding WWI U.S. Camouflage Painted Dough-boy Helmet With Liner And Chinstrap

    $399.00
    Outstanding WWI U.S. Camouflage Painted Dough-boy Helmet With Liner And Chinstrap. A WWI U.S. helmet in excellent condition with complete liner and chinstrap. The helmet was painted by the original soldier in a very artistic looking camouflage pattern. The paint has a deep dark patina that has the look we all love. A fine untouched authentic soldier painted U.S. WWI helmet. Good examples like this are getting very difficult to find. 1oo years old!

  • Original Early Battlefield Pickup 12lb. Cannon Ball (Solid Shot) Recovered At Fredericksburg

    SOLD Original Early Battlefield Pickup 12lb. Cannon Ball (Solid Shot) Recovered At Fredericksburg. Classic Civil War large 12lb. cannonball (non-explosive). This was the type fired from large Napoleon guns (cannon). It is a very nice early battlefield  pickup with minimum pitting. It has a good clean look to it with very minimum rust color (mostly black metal with patina). For a collector who wants a very non-dug look (although this was dug at some point). A great relic. looks great, in excellent condition. 100% guaranteed to be authentic Gettysburg Museum certified, museum COA provided.

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    Authentic WWII Relics Recovered At The Airborne Area Sainte Mere Eglise Normandy D-Day In Collector’s Glass Case

    $49.00
    Authentic WWII Relics Recovered At The Airborne Area Sainte Mere Eglise Normandy D-Day In Collector's Glass Case. A 6/8'' collector's set of authentic D-Day/Normandy relics housed in a matted "riker" frame with art and label. A perfect set for a WWII "Band Of Brothers" enthusiast. Each set will vary and will have 4-5 relics. All have an authentic camouflage U.S. D-Day used parachute piece recovered in this area. The set shown has a .50 caliber bullet and .30 shell casings plus a piece of a rubberized U.S. invasion gas mask bag. All the relics were recovered in the Sainte Mere Eglise/St. Marie Du Mont area of Normandy the heart of U.S. Airborne activity during D-Day. This is the area the "Band of Brothers landed and fought on June 6, 1944 D-Day. 100% Guaranteed to be authentic. Complete museum documentation (COA) Provided. RELICS WILL VARY IN EACH SET

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    Original WWII German Helmet Recovered Near Brecourt Manor Normandy D-Day Band Of Brothers

    $899.00
    Original WWII German Helmet Recovered Near Brecourt Manor Normandy D-Day Band Of Brothers. A fantastic relic in good condition, M-40 German helmet with liner and chinstrap. No decal and some of the paint has worn off from decades of handling (see photos). This was an early battlefield pickup and was in an older French collection. It was recovered at the hamlet of La Grand Chemin just outside of St. Marie Du Mont and next to Brecourt Manor. This is where "Easy Company" of the 101st Airborne (Band of Brothers) gathered just before the assault on the German battery at Brecourt Manor led by Lt. Dick Winters. A true D-Day relic with complete provenance.  Obtained by The Gettysburg Museum many years ago from a local collector in Normandy. here is a rare chance to own a real D-Day helmet from the 101st Airborne area.  100% Guaranteed to be authentic and untouched. One of the 2 chinstraps may have been changed at some point other wise untouched.   Complete museum documentation (COA) Provided.

  • Original WWII German Mauser Rifle (Inert) Recovered In Normandy D-Day Relic (Utah Beach)

    SOLD Original WWII German Mauser Rifle (Inert) Recovered In Normandy D-Day Relic. A true D-Day/Normandy campaign relic. A WWII German main battle rifle the K-98 Mauser. This relic was recovered at The Crisbecq Battery behind Utah Beach in Normandy France. Prior to the Invasion of Normandy, the battery was subject to frequent aerial bombardments but it was still operational on D-Day, 6 June 1944. On this day, the battery was engaged in combat with the Allied naval and landing forces on Utah Beach. During the course of the battle, it sank the USS Corry and damaged several other ships. The battery came under attack from the American 4th Infantry Division on 7 June. Under the leadership of Walter Ohmsen, the crew of the battery defended itself until 11 June. On 12 June, soldiers of the 9th Infantry Division, started their attack and eventually captured the battery. The Gettysburg Museum of History obtained this rifle several years ago from the current owner who now operates it as a museum. If you ever wanted an authentic documented D-Day/Normandy campaign rifle here is a rare chance.  100% Guaranteed to be authentic and untouched .  Complete museum documentation (COA) Provided.

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    Scarce Combat Used German WWII Type-1 Africa Corps Tropical Pith Helmet U.S. Veteran Bringback

    $339.00
    Scarce Combat Used German WWII Type-1 Africa Corps Tropical Pith Helmet U.S. Veteran Bringback. First pattern tropical pith helmet, with a formed, cork core covered in a ribbed, tan cotton twill. The helmet features a six panel, vertically seamed, tan cotton twill crown with a horizontal band stitched at the rear center at the juncture of the crown and the all around visor. The helmet has two stamped alloy shields with a national eagle to the left side and a national tri-color shield to the right side with some loss (see photos) . The national eagle shield features a high relief, embossed, silver washed, Wehrmacht style eagle with down-swept wings, on a slightly textured, black painted, background field. The national tri-color shield features three diagonally angled bars in the colors of red, white, and black on a slightly textured background field. Nice complete leather sweatband and chinstrap. Shows the expected age and wear on the rim and leather sweatband. A true used U.S. Veteran bringback. Not a common surplus unused type 2 that is seen. This is the rare version. 100% Guaranteed to be authentic and untouched .  Complete museum documentation (COA) Provided.

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    Authentic Confederate North Carolina Button From Pickett’s Charge Gettysburg Battlefield

    $379.00
    Authentic Confederate North Carolina Button From Pickett's Charge Gettysburg Battlefield. Original Civil War North Carolina state seal button (Confederate) Recovered At McMillan's Woods Gettysburg. A very rare North Carolina state seal coat size button made with a local backmark. This button was found (pre National Park) in the area of the Confederate North Carolina troops gathered before Pickett's Charge McMillan's Woods Gettysburg. These photos are a bit out of focus but it can be seen that it is in remarkable solid condition being a very early pickup. It still has  a brown patina. The shank is still present but has a slight push in the back (see photos). 110% guaranteed to be authentic comes with complete museum documentation. Well documented Confederate buttons like this from McMillan's Woods are RARE!

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

    $209.00
    Original Civil War Excavated Relic U.S. Box Plate Recovered In  Culpeper Virginia.  For the collector who wants an authentic battlefield ground dug relic.  A very nice chocolate brown and slightly green patina, the way we like them. It has a been there done that combat used look . This is an older recovered U.S. box plate. 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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    A Union Soldier’s Hat Relics (Kepi/Forage Cap) Lost At The Wilderness Battlefield

    $239.00
    A Union Soldier's Hat (Kepi/Forage Cap) Lost At The Wilderness Battlefield. A relic remains of a Civil War hat. The buckle (2), the buttons (2) and the horn insignia designating Infantry. These hat remains were all found together at the Wilderness battlefield in Virginia. In good condition except one button has loss (see photos). A remarkable relic Civil War relic seldom seen in this form.  100% guaranteed to be authentic. Gettysburg Museum certified, museum COA provided. PLEASE NOTE THIS IS ONLY FOR THE 2 BUCKLES, 2 BUTTONS AND THE INFANTRY HORN.  THE COMPLETE HAT IS SHOWN FOR A REFERENCE.

  • Authentic Wedding Ring Lost By A Soldier On The Brandy Station Battlefield

    SOLD Authentic Civil War period wedding band made from brass with gold gilt. This relic was recovered on the Brandy Station battlefield. It has some loss to the gold gilt (see photos). A very poignant  Civil War relic. a solid authentic wedding ring. 100% guaranteed to be authentic. Gettysburg Museum certified, museum COA provided.

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    Remarkable Authentic Confederate Script “I” Infantry Button Recovered In Virginia

    $225.00
    Remarkable Authentic Confederate Script "I" Infantry Button Recovered In Virginia. A rare variation "script I" Confederate Infantry button recovered on the Culpeper battlefield in Virginia. A rich chocolate brown patina and backmark. The shank is missing (see photos). A fantastic true Confederate Infantry button seldom seen in this form. a solid authentic Confederate button. 100% guaranteed to be authentic. Gettysburg Museum certified, museum COA provided.

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    Authentic Civil War Relic Breast Plate Recovered At Culpeper Virginia

    $195.00
    Authentic Civil War Battlefield Recovered Eagle Breast Plate Recovered In Culpeper Virginia. Classic Civil War U.S. Eagle Breast plate. This plate was recovered from the battlefield in Virginia. It is in good condition with a light green patina. Both hooks are gone and has no loss to it's lead back, a solid authentic plate. 100% guaranteed to be authentic. Gettysburg Museum certified, museum COA provided.

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    Desk Set Made From Authentic Gettysburg Battlefield Relics

    $249.00
    Desk Set Made From Authentic Gettysburg Battlefield Relics. A desk set ink well and pen holder made from authentic Gettysburg battlefield recovered relics. Including a great staff officer's button (see photos) In the tradition of Woodward and Goode this desk set is a much newer version. It was made by legendary relic hunter Sgt. Larry Runk from relics he found on private property around Gettysburg. It has a shellac coating and his label on the bottom. If you want the look of Woodward of Goode with authentic certified Gettysburg relics without spending $1,500.00 plus here is a great deal. 100% guaranteed to be authentic. Complete Gettysburg Museum documentation (COA) provided.

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    Original WWII Relic Cricket Recovered In Normandy The Ultimate Airborne D-Day Relic

    $1,175.00
    Original WWII Relic Cricket Recovered In Normandy The Ultimate Airborne D-Day Relic. Original WWII D-Day signaling device also known as a "Cricket". These metal clickers were used by the 101st Airborne Paratroopers on D-Day as an alternative to verbal "passwords". When a Trooper would encounter someone he was to click the cricket once as a challenge. This challenge was to answered by two clicks by the other person. If there was no answer he was assumed to be an enemy soldier. They became famous because of the movie "The Longest Day". John Wayne was shown using a Cricket in the film. Since the US 101st Airborne who used them only used them on D-Day they are extremely rare. Most were discarded by the soldiers after D-Day. Considered one of the ultimate D-Day relics, fake or replicas can be easily obtained. This is a very rare chance to obtain a true original. This example was recovered near Hiesville in Normandy near the site of General Pratt's crash. This is just outside St. Marie Du Mont. The original owner who found this cricket with a metal detector chose to clean it with a wire brush and replace the missing bottom snap plate. Some minor loss to the back (see photos) Still a fantastically rare and desirable artifact. In 2014 The Gettysburg Museum of History sold an authentic  cricket to the President of the United States that was used as a diplomatic gift during the 70th anniversary of D-Day.  100% guaranteed to be authentic. An honest relic U.S. used cricket. Gettysburg Museum Certified (COA) provided. Don't miss this, there will not be an opportunity to obtain one again. 

  • Authentic President Dwight D. Eisenhower Autograph Hand Signed In Gettysburg 10/26/61

    SOLD Authentic President Dwight D. Eisenhower Autograph Hand Signed In Gettysburg 10/26/61. A truly authentic Eisenhower autograph signed in person (not by a secretary) at the Republican Dinner at the Gettysburg College dining hall. A clear ball point signature in a good readable unobstructed place on the front of the  dinner program.  If you ever wanted a true Gettysburg IKE signature, this one is difficult to beat. This autograph is 100% guaranteed to be authentic, museum documentation or (COA) provided.

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    Authentic Ancient Roman Ring With Museum COA

    $25.00
    Authentic Ancient Roman Ring. About 1500-2000 years old. We have several from a large collection we just obtained. We will select the best one for you (not the one in the photo). Most have some designs on them, some are more plain like wedding rings. A true relic from the Roman Empire. Ring only no box, See our other offerings for  versions Matted in a collectors Riker box. Great for students or collectors.  This artifact is 100% guaranteed to be authentic, museum documentation or (COA) provided. Very limited supply.

  • Original WWII German M-40 Single Decal Camo Relic Helmet Recovered At Normandy D-Day

    SOLD Original WWII German M-40 Single Decal Camo Relic Helmet Recovered At Normandy D-Day. A fantastic relic from D-Day recovered near the Marmion Farm at Ravenoville Normandy France. The helmet is a German Army M-40 single decal (removed, see photo) camouflage painted helmet. It has some pitting and most of the paint and decal is lost. The liner is partly there but in rough shape. This is a barn find about 20 years ago. The remarkable thing is the recovery location. This helmet was found near the very famous Marmion farm where many photos of US Paratroopers were taken on D-Day June 6, 1944. See photos taken in Ravenoville above. This is known as Ravenoville (near Sainte Mere Eglise). This came from an old collection in France and was obtained by The Gettysburg Museum of History during one of our relic collection trips there about 4 years ago. A nice documented D-Day helmet from the most historic locations in Normandy. 100% guaranteed to be authentic. An honest untouched  relic German helmet. Gettysburg Museum Certified (COA) provided.

  • Original WWII German Luftwaffe Gravy Bowl And Two Ladles With Luftwaffe Eagle

    SOLD Original WWII German Luftwaffe Gravy Bowl And Two Ladles With Luftwaffe Eagle. Standard,  white glazed stoneware construction mess hall gravy bowl. The bottom of the bowl is well marked with black, print under glaze, Luftwaffe eagle flank by the letters, "Fl." and "U.V", indicating, Flieger Unterkunft Verwaltung, (Flight Barracks Administration). The bottom of the gravy bowl also has the black, print under glaze, manufacturer's name, manufacturer mark, as well as being marked "1936.". The bowl is in overall very good condition with some moderate age toning and storage and use surface scratching. Plus 2 (two) piece, tooled, natural aluminum construction gravy serving ladle features a  nicely, contoured, handle,  The handle is well marked with an impressed, early pattern, Luftwaffe eagle. Reverse of handle also has all the proper stamped marking, 100% guaranteed to be authentic. An honest untouched example.  Gettysburg Museum Certified (COA) provided.

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    Remarkable Original Triple Struck War Log With Old Museum Number Gettysburg

    $749.00
    Remarkable Original Triple Struck War Log With Old Museum Number Gettysburg. A very early piece of wood from a tree (War Log) with 3 (three) Civil War bullets embedded. This has a white painted museum number on the side (most likely from Gettysburg's Danner Museum). The bullets have a very light gray (early pickup) patina. The Danner Museum was Gettysburg's very first museum started in the 1870's and operated until the early 20th Century. Bullets in wood from Gettysburg's Danner Museum are very rare. A fantastic early Gettysburg Museum piece worthy of the most advanced collections. Gettysburg Museum certified, museum COA provided.

  • Original Gettysburg Battlefield Antique Relic Desk Set/Wall Display

    SOLD Original Gettysburg Battlefield Antique Relic Desk Set/Wall Display. Very nice early Gettysburg relic set with Union and Confederate bullet, Musket ball, plus artillery shell piece on a base of Gettysburg battlefield wood. Although the pencil writing on the bottom says "Gettysburg 1959" (most likely the purchase date)  we believe this was made much earlier (circa 1930's). It has a very rich solid patina. The bullets are very early pickups with light gray patina. A fantastic vintage antique relic set. This and All our Gettysburg relics were obtained before it was national Park and are 100% legal to own.  There will be no more bullets or relics from Gettysburg because relic hunting is now prohibited. Comes museum documentation (COA).

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    Authentic Civil War Bullet Recovered At The Bloody Angle Gettysburg Battlefield (Pickett’s Charge Area)

    $37.00
    A certified authentic bullet from the Gettysburg Battlefield found at the “Bloody Angle” from the area where Pickett’s Charge was fought on, July 3, 1863. The angle is one of the most famous spots on the Gettysburg battlefield. The angle is considered the hardest fought point that the Confederate attack achieved during Pickett’s Charge. It 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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    Original Civil War Cavalry Carbine Sling

    $499.00
    Original Civil War Cavalry Carbine Sling. Original later war stitched and riveted style carbine sling with U.S. stamp and inspector's stamp. It has a brass buckle and "batwing" brass keeper. The leather is soft and pliable. It is in very good condition. A rare piece of Civil War Calvary equipment used in the Civil War and well into the Indian Wars. Gettysburg Museum certified, museum COA provided.

  • Important JFK-Jackie Kennedy Personally Owned Solid Gold Brooch Gifted By Peter Lawford With Evelyn Lincoln Letter

    SOLD Important JFK-Jackie Kennedy Personally Owned Solid Gold Brooch Gifted By Peter Lawford With Evelyn Lincoln Letter. This solid 18 carat gold "Democrat" donkey brooch pin with precious stones was given to JFK by his brother-in-law "Rat Pack" member Peter Lawford. It was purchased by Lawford in 1963 in Beverly Hills and was intended to be a gift for Jackie Kennedy. It was put in the Oval Office Resolute Desk by JFK. JFK never gave it to Jackie according to the letter that accompanies it because Jackie didn't favor "political jewelry". JFK left for Dallas shortly there after and was assassinated then it was re-discovered by Evelyn Lincoln on 11/23/63 in JFK's desk when she was told by the new President Lyndon Johnson to "clean out" the Oval Office. Jackie told Mrs. Lincoln she could keep it. A fascinating and historically important piece of Camelot (not to mention a fine piece of exquisite Jewelry). Comes with a signed letter from his secretary Evelyn Lincoln on White House paper documenting the event. Items owned by JFK with Evelyn Lincoln letters are very desirable and valuable to collectors and historians. 100% guaranteed to be authentic JFK owned. Gettysburg Museum Certified Evelyn Lincoln letter provided. Are rare opportunity.

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

    $195.00
    Original Civil War Excavated Relic U.S. Box Plate Recovered In Virginia.  For the collector who wants an authentic ground dug relic.  A very nice chocolate brown and slightly green patina, the way we like them. It has a been there done that combat used look . This is an older  recovered U.S. box plate. It is missing both of the two hooks but looks great, in excellent condition. Gettysburg Museum certified, museum COA provided.

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    JFK’s Personal U.S.S. Kittyhawk Lighter Engraved And Given To Evelyn Lincoln With Lincoln Letter On White House Paper

    $875.00
    JFK's Personal U.S.S. Kittyhawk Lighter Engraved And Given To Evelyn Lincoln With Lincoln Letter On White House Paper. This lighter was given to JFK by the officer's of the USS Kittyhawk on 6.6.63. He had it engraved with Mrs. Lincoln's initials ENL and re-gifted it to her. It has the original box and was never used. It comes with an original Evelyn Lincoln letter on White House paper.  100% guaranteed to be authentic JFK owned. Gettysburg Museum Certified Evelyn Lincoln letter provided. Are rare opportunity. Items owned by JFK with Evelyn Lincoln letters are very desirable and valuable to collectors and historians.

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    JFK’s Personally Owned/Read Menu Carried In Briefcase With Evelyn Lincoln Letter On White House Paper

    $699.00
    JFK's Personally Owned/Read Menu Carried In Briefcase With Evelyn Lincoln Letter On White House Paper. This menu was brought back to the White House by JFK after eating at the restaurant in 1961 in London during his trip. He brought it back so the White House chef would have some new idea. Comes with a signed letter from his secretary Evelyn Lincoln on White House paper documenting the event. Items owned by JFK with Evelyn Lincoln letters are very desirable and valuable to collectors and historians. 100% guaranteed to be authentic JFK owned. Gettysburg Museum Certified Evelyn Lincoln letter provided. Are rare opportunity.

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    Original WWII U.S. M-1 Relic 8th Infantry Division Multi-Struck Helmet

    $199.00
    Original WWII U.S. M-1 Relic 8th Infantry Division Multi-Struck Helmet. A very interesting relic painted helmet. The remains of the paint suggests the 8th Infantry Division (ETO). The helmet has multiple punctures from battle damage. This may have been used as a flower pot in Europe and more holes punctured. The recovery location was not recorded. This came from one of the most well respected collectors in the helmet world. A nice solid relic helmet with lots of character. . 100% guaranteed to be authentic. An honest untouched  relic U.S. helmet. Gettysburg Museum Certified (COA) provided.

  • Original WWII German Helmet Relic Recovered At Omaha Beach Normandy D-Day

    SOLD Original WWII German Helmet Relic Recovered At Omaha Beach Normandy D-Day. A nice solid relic condition German Army helmet with some pitting and trace of original field gray/green paint. There is a split in the the top (see photos). This was found about 25 years ago just off Omaha Beach. This was in a French Collection until we obtained it in 2010. A nice documented D-Day helmet from the most historic location in Normandy. 100% guaranteed to be authentic. An honest untouched  relic German helmet. Gettysburg Museum Certified (COA) provided.

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    Original WWII German Army Belt And Buckle Dated 1938 Brought Home By A U.S. Veteran

    $225.00
    Original WWII German Army Belt And Buckle Dated 1938 Brought Home By A U.S. Veteran. 1938 dated injection molded, aluminum construction box buckle with a pebbled background field and a slightly domed, embossed central motif. The central motif features an embossed Wehrmacht style eagle with down swept wings, clutching a canted swastika in it’s talons, on a subtly pebbled field to the center, encompassed by an embossed oak-leaf cluster to the bottom and script, "Gott Mit Uns", (God With Us), to the top. The oak-leaf cluster and script are on a ribbed background field and are encircled by both an inner and outer simulated twisted rope border. The reverse of the buckle has the integral, raised, slotted buckle catch and separate prong bar and prongs all intact. The buckle has no visible manufacturer’s markings. The prong bar has an age and usage darkened, natural tan leather tab machine stitched around it. The leather tab has all of its original stitching and is well marked. The belt is very nice good condition. It has unusual "tick" marks on the reverse. Looks like for measurement (almost like a ruler) defiantly placed there by the owner. 100% guaranteed to be authentic. An honest untouched U.S. Veteran bring back German belt and buckle. Gettysburg Museum Certified (COA) provided.

  • Original Large Nazi FRAUENSCHAFT Flag 4’/7′ Brought Home By A U.S. Veteran

    Original Large Nazi FRAUENSCHAFT Flag 4'/7' Brought Home By A U.S. Veteran. Massive 4 feet by 7 feet multi piece single sided flag. The "Nat. Soz. Frauenschaft" (National Socialist Women's-organization) was formed by absorbing the earlier "Deutsches Frauenwerk" (German Women's-welfare-organization), and the "Deutscher Frauenorden" (German Women's-order), into a single national organization. Excellent condition! A very rare flag! 100% guaranteed to be authentic. An honest untouched U.S. Veteran bring back German flag. Gettysburg Museum Certified (COA) provided.

  • Remarkable Union Eagle Breast Plate Recovered At Longstreet Park Gettysburg With Tag

    SOLD Remarkable Union Eagle Breast Plate Recovered At Longstreet Park Gettysburg With Tag. A remarkable early pick up U.S. brest plate with both  hooks broken. This was found in the Woods around Longstreet Park, Gettysburg .This was found in the area where numerous units  fought on July 2nd 1863. It has a remarkable light green patina. It was found by legendary battlefield author and relic collector Dean Thomas. It is documented in his notes and has “Longstreet Park” typed on his tag and part of a date November 6, 195?. This is an exceptional plate and comes with complete museum documentation. Well documented plates like this from Longstreet Park  are extreemly RARE! For the collector who wants the very best. Don’t miss this unique chance to own a real American treasure from one of the battle of Gettysburg’s most famous locations.   Comes with a deaccession letter from the Gettysburg Museum of History documenting the provenance of this artifact.

  • Original Civil War Maryland Button (Confederate) Recovered At Culp’s Hill Gettysburg

    SOLD Original Civil War Maryland Button (Confederate) Recovered At Culp's Hill Gettysburg. A very rare Maryland state seal coat size button made by Scoville. This button was found (pre National Park) in the area of the Confederate 2nd Maryland on Culp's Hill Gettysburg. This photos are a bit out of focus but it can be seen that is is in remarkable condition being a very early pickup. It still has about 50% of it's original gold gilt with a brown and slightly green patina. The shank is still present but has a slight push in the back (see photos). comes with complete museum documentation. Well documented Confederate buttons like this from Culp's Hill are RARE!

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