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  1. Excellent condition, unopened packet of "Frankford Arsenal" 1864 date, 5-second artillery fuses.  This packet is pink in color and has all five opening ribbons still in place.  These packets have become very difficult to find in nice condition and unopened.--$110.

  2. Nice condition, excavated, 3 inch, case shot Shenkl with pewter combination fuse.  This projectile was recovered about 40 years ago from private property near Fredericksburg, Virginia.  The shell has been drilled but is not cleaned and coated.  It does have good iron and will clean up nicely.--$495.SOLD*

  3. Very pretty condition excavated Confederate copper time fuzed 12 pound size explosive cannon ball.  This quite rare Confederate ball was recovered at Chickamauga, GA., and has been disarmed, cleaned, and lightly coated - and is 100% ready for permanent display.--$425.SOLD

  4. REALLY PRETTY excavated drop 3-inch Confederate Read-Broun.  This shell was recovered many years ago near Five Forks, Virginia.  These are only recovered at relatively late war sites.--$650.

  5. Quite rare, excavated, 3 inch "Tennessee Sabot" (used to be known as Mullane) Confederate Artillery projectile.  This was recovered about 40 years ago on private property here at Stones River.  The projectile has been cleaned and disarmed and still has most of the original wooden fuse plug still intact.  The floating brass sabot was found with the projectile, but the iron bolt that would have been in the center is not present.  The hole remains open where a replacement bolt could be put in.  You could count on your fingers and toes the number of complete projectiles of this type that have been found at this battlefield.--$695.SOLD*

  6. Very nice condition, excavated, dropped, Confederate used, imported, long pattern, 3-inch Armstrong projectile.  What make these shells different and stand out are the large copper studs that are imbedded in the shell that engage the rifling upon firing.  This projectile was recovered many years ago near Wilmington, North Carolina, and to this day, remains rusty and dirty just as found.  These are only found in a relatively small area and are quite rare to recover.--$695.

  7. Very nice condition, excavated, dropped, Confederate used, imported, short pattern, 3-inch Armstrong projectile.  What make these shells different and stand out are the large copper studs that are imbedded in the shell that engage the rifling upon firing.  This projectile was recovered many years ago near Wilmington, North Carolina, and to this day, remains rusty and dirty just as found.  These are only found in a relatively small area and are quite rare to recover.--$695.

  8. Mint condition original unissued "red" Federal Artillery hat cord for the "Hardee Style Hat".--$48.

  9. Really cool artillery display from here at the Battle of Stones River consisting of small case shot balls all the way up through 1.5 inch canister balls.  There are seven balls total with each a different size.--$95.SOLD*

  10. Excavated, single layer of canister for a 3 inch bore size cannon.  These were recovered on private property here at Stones River and could be either Union or Confederate, because both Union and Confederate projectiles were found in the area.--$95.SOLD

  11. Nice condition original Civil War artillery "Lanyard".  It has signs of being somewhat cruder than most that I'm used to seeing, and think that it very well could be Confederate.  It shows clear signs of actual field use.--$375.

  12. Artillery "gimlet" out of a local estate and is very crude with a wooden handle.  It shows handling and use and could very well be Confederate.--$95.

  13. A bit rare to come by - "LONG RANGE" 30 second Civil War Artillery Time fuze.  In 30 seconds you could almost send a Civil War Projectile into the next time zone !!--$38.

  14. Excavated, six pound size, top canister plate that was fired here at Stones River and is divoted where the balls made an impression on it.  The canister plate is displayed holding eleven six-pounder size canister balls found near the plate.  This makes a beautiful display forming a pyramid held by the base plate.  This was recovered about 40 years ago near Highway 96 where the Battle of Stones River first started.  This would be 100% Confederate and makes a killer Stones River display.--$195.SOLD*

  15. Top "caps" off of 2 cast brass Schenkl percussion fuzes.  These were recovered years ago here at Stones River, and both are nicely "J. P. SCHENKL" marked, and are "1861" dated.--$45. for both.SOLD

  16. Original non-excavated Civil War Artillery Flame Concentrator.  These were used to channel the flame and hot gases from being fired toward the paper time fuzes that were filled with fulminate.  These were intended to reduce the number of time fuze shells that the paper time fuze didn't light and were duds.--$48.

  17. Very nice condition excavated 12 lb. Bormann cannon ball recovered years ago from the battlefield here at Stones River.  It was recovered from what was known for years as the Homer Gannon farm.  I, personally, recovered many shells from this farm, and found 8 in one hole one time.  I'm sure that it was battlefield clean-up as there were 4 different kinds of shells in the one hole, and all were fired.  I disarmed about 30 shells for this family that they had picked up farming over the years.  Happily, members of the Gannon family still come by to visit me (Faye and Ray) from time to time now.  A mega-church sits on the site now.--$250.SOLD

  18. Excavated Hotchkiss brass percussion fuse plug from the Second Day fightlng - Battle of Nashville, TN.  It appears that upon impact the top of the fuze plug sheared off when the internal fuze slider hit it.  Neat artillery relic !!--$38.

  19. Three excavated, partial, pewter Bormann time fuses.  These were recovered many years ago here at Stones River.  One is a standard Federal Bormann fuse, and two are rare "tall lip" Confederate Bormann fuses.  All three for--$45.

  20. Beautiful condition, excavated, 12 lb. size, Confederate wood drive-in fuse cannonball.  This was recovered about 40 years ago on private property here at Stones River.  It is disarmed, cleaned, coated, and ready for display.--$295.SOLD

  21. Excavated, 12 pound size, Bormann fused, Civil War cannon ball.  This ball was recovered near Spring Hill, Tennessee, on the way to the Battle of Franklin.  When recovered, this cannon ball had an open fuse hole, and we have included a correct Bormann fuse to display with the cannon ball.  Very nice relic, uncleaned, just as dug.--$275.SOLD

  22. Excavated Confederate copper Bormann fuse under plug.  This CS under plug was recovered on private property at the Battle of Nashville, Tennessee.--$65.

  23. Early battlefield pick-up, "raised rib", 3.67 inch Shenkl fragment.  This was picked up long ago here at Stones River and almost appears non-dug.--$25.

  24. Pretty, green, excavated top portion of a J. P. Schenkl percussion fuse.  The markings, including the October 16, 1861, patent date remain clear as can be.  This was recovered many years ago along the stone wall at the Battle of Nashville, Tennessee, 2nd day fighting.--$45.SOLD

  25. Set of four excavated iron balls ranging in size from canister ball size and on up to a Naval grape.  Quite nice little artillery display.--$75.

  26. Beautiful condition, virtually non-excavated, quite rare, Confederate "side-loader" brass time fused, case shot, 12 pound cannon ball.  This rare Confederate ball was found being used as a barn door counter-weight in a log barn located near Petersburg, Virginia.  You couldn't ask for a nicer condition, rare, Confederate side-loader cannon ball.--$450.SOLD

  27. Large fragment of a Confederate mortar ball recovered near Vicksburg, Mississippi, with several different size canister balls displayed within it.  This would make a fantastic Civil War desk display.--$95.

  28. Very nice condition, one complete excavated layer of 7 canister balls correct for the 12-pound Napoleon.  The circle of canister balls would measure 4.5 inches in diameter across.  These were extensively used here at Stones River as well as most other battles of the Civil War.--$95. for the entire layer.SOLD

  29. Excavated, exploded, copper, Confederate time fuse probably from a 12-pound size Confederate canon ball.  This was recovered years ago on private property near the Battle of Chickamauga, Georgia.--$38.SOLD

  30. Excellent condition, 6 lb. gun size, CS fired canister ball and one 12 lb., Napoleon gun size, Federal canister ball.  Both these balls were recovered on private property here at the Battle of Stones River, have been cleaned, coated, and are ready for display.--$45. for both.

  31. Excavated set of 3 Naval Grape - The larger balls are roughly 2 inches in diameter.  These were recovered on private property at Vicksburg, MS. many years ago.-- $65. for all three

  32.  Nice condition, original, Civil War Artillery lanyard.  No artillery display is complete without a lanyard.--$425.SOLD*

  33. Mint condition original unissued "red" Federal Artillery hat cord for the "Hardee Style Hat".--$48.SOLD*

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Larry Hicklen

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