is as rare as it gets in Civil War
collecting !! ORIGINAL 12 pound bronze
Mountain Howitzer on a fine quality
"Cannons Ltd." carriage with
complete implements. This is a
"Cyrus Alger" 12 # bronze tube and
is marked "C.A. & Co. -
Boston" on the right trunnion, and is
dated "1861" on the left trunnion.
The muzzle has "180" on the top
face, and "T.J.R." on the bottom
face. "U.S." is nicely
stamped on the top of the tube between the
trunnions, and on the cascabel is the number
"224". The tube has a
beautiful - uncleaned - aged pea green
patina - no shiny brass here !! The
vent hole is open and we are supplying 20
friction primers with the cannon, SO look
out neighbors !!! A finer ORIGINAL and
"1861" dated Civil War cannon you
just will not see. You can pick it up
here, or we can help in arranging
delivery. A BARGAIN AT--$58,500.SOLD
20 inch section of Heartwood Pine containing
a 12 lber size cannister ball, and was
recovered at Chickamauga around 1900.
This is a SUPER NICE MUSEUM QUALITY piece
and could almost be described as a small
"War Log". This was one of Robert's
size, Hotchkiss case shot nose section.
This projectile was recovered from a lawn
near Granny White Pike - 2nd days fighting
at the Battle of Nashville, TN. It has
been disarmed, cleaned, and coated, and is
ready for display.--$125.SOLD
12 lb. size, Confederate, Bormann fused
cannonball. This ball was recovered
here at Stones River and has the
distinctive, Confederate, brass underplug.
It has been cleaned - disarmed, - coated and
is ready for display.--$250.
6 # Confederate "Case shot" cannonball
recovered many years ago on private property
near Shiloh. The fuze hole is open
exposing the Confederate Case Shot still
solid shot, 6 pound cannonball. This
ball was recovered from private property
near Shiloh by early relic hunter, Tedford
Cohn, many years ago. It has a visible
mold seam around the ball and has been
cleaned and coated and is ready for
display of a 1/2 sectioned 6 pound size
Bormann case shot ball. This ball was
recovered on private property at Shiloh and
clearly shows the Bormann fuse, the
underplug, the case shot balls and tar
matrix, and the chamber for the black
powder. It has been cleaned and coated
and is ready for permanent display.--$195.
rare 10 # Parrott projectile with the late
Civil War "Rabbeted Brass Band" type
sabot. This projectile was recovered
just off Robertson Academy Drive at the
Battle of Nashville about 30 years ago.
I dug a twin to this one in the lawn next
door to where this one was found. It
is a quite rare projectile and is complete
with pewter fuze intact and brass sabot 100
% intact. I have disarmed the shell
and coated it - so it is ready for display.
I only know of about half a dozen of these
that have been recovered at Nashville.
Most of this type shell have been recovered
along the Johnston's River Line in
12 pound, Bormann fused cannonball.
This projectile was recovered at the Battle
of Nashville and has been disarmed - cleaned
- and coated. The Bormann fuse is
exceptionally nice and is punched at 1
second. The (second) numbers on the
Bormann fuse are clear and legible all
around the fuse. This is a rarity to
condition, excavated, brass sabot from a 30
lb., Federal Parrott projectile. This
was recovered on private property at
top section of an 1863 dated Naval watercap
fuse. This was recovered near the
Cumberland River associated with the Battle
condition, excavated, cast brass, Hotchkiss
time fuse. This fuse has a beautiful,
uncleaned, pea green patina and was
recovered along Granny White Pike, second
day's fighting at the Battle of Nashville,
of 6 excavated cannon friction primers.
These were recovered many years ago by Mark
Swann from a cannon position behind the
Stone Wall at the Battle of Nashville,
TN.--$175. for all 6
pair of Confederate "Polygonal cavity"
cannon ball fragments. One is the
pentagon and the other is the diamond.
They were recovered at the site of the 1864
"Battle of the Cedars" here at Murfreesboro
-- A different battle entirely from the
1862/1863 Battle of Stones River.--$48. for
of Print forever, and a rarity to come by.
This is the red "Field Artillery of the
Civil War" by "Dickey - George". It is
in virtually "New Condition".--$150.
condition, original, non-excavated, Civil
War cannon friction primer. It is
totally possible that we might be able to
still fire a cannon with this jewel.--$55.
condition original unissued "red"
Federal Artillery hat cord for the
"Hardee Style Hat".--$45.
condition, excavated, Confederate cannon
friction primer. This was recovered
along the 2nd day Battle of Nashville
Confederate line. It remains complete
with the twisted brass wire intact.--$48.