||Civil War relic Brass drum snare strainer.
This specimen was dug in the west end of Richmond, Virginia. The thumbscrew was used to adjust the tension of
the gut snare strands on the bottom head of the drum. This type of strainer was common throughout the second
half of the Nineteenth Century. This piece measures about 3-1/4 inches long.
Item CL9351 $39.95 SOLD
||Seven old keys.
These keys were recovered in Virginia. They were found while metal detecting, range from about 1-1/2 inches to 3-1/2
Item CL9329 $32.95
||Four 1950s Vintage Cloth Seed Bags from Columbus, Ohio.
Two are Farm Bureaus Cooperative Association, one has been soaked and washed, and the fourth has apparently been soaked
and washed; it bears what I think was once the State of Ohio seal. All are original, solid with no holes or tears. Their
rough measurements are, in order of photo shown, are 28-1/2 x 16 inches, 30 x 17 inches, 27-1/2 x 14-1/2 inches and 27 x
Item CL9322 $29.95
||Very nice 1924 Democratic National Convention Watch Fob.
This copper artifact was recovered in Culpeper County, Virginia.
Item CL9317E $49.95 SOLD
||Vintage 3'x5' Confederate Flag.
Bulldog brand, circa 1940-50's or earlier. Stamped label reads: 100% Cotton Bunting, and it has brass eyelets. The
flag has individually machined sections and stars. This is a well made flag probably used by veterans for parades.
Item CL9315 $185.00 SOLD
||Vintage Fraternal Copper Belt Buckle with Markings.
This small piece measures about 2-1/16 by 1-1/4 inches. There are symbols along both sides that appear Greek or
Egyptian. The ends have Egyptian type faces.
Item CL9295 $24.95 SOLD
||Original Civil War Era Harper's New Monthly Magazine July 1864
This issue is complete, though worn. The cover is separated from the body of the magazine. There are stories, as
well as current events, and a number of illustrations. There are articles on Scenes in the War of 1812, Coal and
Cola-Mining, 2 chapters of Thackeray's Dennis Duval, 3 chapters of Dicken's Our Mutual Friend, The Fortunes of
War and more.
Item CL9287 $29.95 HOLD
||Vintage 1939 New York World's Fair Pocket Knife.
This knife has mother of pearl handles, one side reads, "New York World's Fair 1939" The blades measure 2 and 1-1/2
inches long to the ricassoes. There is some rust and pitting on the edge.
Item CL9285E $29.95
||Coast two Blade Pocket Knife.
This 3-1/2 inch long knife is solid. It has been block sharpened, but not deeply, and the blades show
signs of usage. They measure 2 and 1-3/8 inches long, and the ricasso of the longer one reads,
Item CL9276 $17.95
||Three antique brass crotal bells.
All three bells retain their clackers. The oblong one measures about 1-3/8 inches long. The smallest measures
an inch in diameter and has some patent information still present around the top. The last has a 1-1/4 inch
diameter and a greenish patina with a design evident.
Item CL9262 $19.95
||5 Brass Watch Keys.
These watch key were excavated in Central Virginia.
Item CL9254 $39.95
||Civilian style spur.
This spur was excavated in Central Virginia.
it measures approximately 3-1/4" wide.
Item CL9243 $49.95
Items like this were used to seal envelopes. Probably pre Civil War.
It measures approximately 2" tall.
Item CL9242 $48.95
||Sterling Silver spoon.
This spoon was made by Towle Silversmiths,
and is marked sterling as shown in the picture.
Item CL9198 $39.95
||French Horn Mouthpiece.
This mouthpiece was excavated in Central Virginia.
It is made of brass and is silver plated.
Item CL9176 $45.00 SOLD
||Athletic Lapel Pin.
This pin is circa 1917, and was excavated
in Central Virginia. The front reads Public
Athletic league Baltimore.
Item CL9150E 39.99
||Original Civil War Era Harpers New Monthly Magazine.
This issue dated April, 1863 contains pages 577 through 720 and is marked Number CLV".
Among the topics in this issue are Another African Hunter, Louis Napoleon, Some Secession
Leaders, and Victor Hugo in Exile. There is some staining and the pages are worn at the
edges. We also note that there is some slight variation in the height of the pages. There
is some separation at the spine, but this magazine is complete.
Item CL9147 39.99 HOLD
||1907 Travelers Protective Association 18th
Annual Convention Medallion.
This medallion, issued at the 18th Annual Convention of T.P.A., the Travelers
Protective Association of America, during June, 1907 at Norfolk, Virginia is in
good dug condition and measures about 1.5 inches in diameter. It was formed as a
fraternal organization in 1882 to benefit traveling salesmen, and further expanded
later. This piece features a lady with a winged hat holding up a caduceus. To the
left, the event is detailed, and, to the right, there is a branch with leaves above
their logo. On the back, a tiny circle of letters indicates that this piece was made
by Whitehead and Hoag of Newark, New Jersey
Item CL9140E 24.99
||Civil War Era Padlock.
This heavy piece, recovered in Central Virginia, weighs about half a pound.
It stands about 3-3/4 inches tall and is just over 2.5 inches at its widest.
This specimen no longer opens and has been cleaned with electrolysis. A nice
display piece for your collection
Item CL9129 19.99
||Very pretty Colonial silver rosette.
I believe this silver rosette dates to around 1800. It is 1.5" in diameter
and there seems to be some lead fill in the back. Otherwise, it is solid silver. Someone
diligently over-polished the front, eliminating some of the patina. The rosette
comes nicely displayed in a Sgt. Riker case.
Item CL9087 $61.75Font color=#FF0000> SOLD
||Staunton Military Academy hat plate. Excavated in Petersburg,
Virginia, we estimate that this beauty dates to the 1940s/1950s. The original, screwing, retaining nut is
still present on the bolt and still screws!
Item CL9603 $71.25