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Civil War carved bullets found in cobb county ga

A Civil War cannon stands still and silent in the Stonesriver Battlefield cemetery in Murfreesboro, Tennessee

Civil War Chasseur Pattern Leather Shako...

Magnolia Cemetery Charleston S.C. ~ Civil War cannon guardes the soldiers' graves. Ravenal bridge is visible in background.

Civil War Confederate Soldiers Breast Plates & Belt Buckles & Cross Swords by RJCollections, $550.00

Alabama civil war Photographs and Pictures Collection | ... flag (Hardee pattern). :: Alabama Photographs and Pictures Collection

15th Northwest Arkansas Inf. Think this was the only unit that used the Van Dorn Pattern

"Civil War plates that I have dug", as found by Marty Gates.

This dye struck Louisiana Pelican buckle pattern can be referenced in Steve Mullinax's Confederate Belt Buckles & Plates Expanded Edition reference book on page 160, plate # 289. According to the Confederate belt buckle expert Steve Mullinax, these Pelican plates were used as far back as 1850 being used throughout the Civil War. These buckles have been dug in wartime Civil War sites. Steve has a rating at a rarity 8 for this buckle. Therefore, this particular buckle is not seen very often…

Excavated 3″ Confederate Brooke Shell from Sulphur Creek Trestle. This very rare Confederate Artillery Projectile was dug by Charlie Harris and is featured in his book. Note the intact pre-rifled brass sabot and square head retainer bolt. Top of brass fuse adapter shattered on impact. No question, fired by Gen. Forrest’s Horse Artillery into the fort. "Sulphur Creek Trestle was one of the many railroad bridges along the line of Athens, Alabama, to Nashville, Tennessee.  Situated a few…