Civil War
Soldier Items-Confederate & Union
South Carolina Civil War Button Hat Pin
Item #: NEW-0013053

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Evidently it was a custom when hat pins became popular in the 1880's for civil war buttons to be used in the construction of hat pins.  You can see a couple of letters in the back mark which was welded to the pin.  I was able to identify this as a Civil War button, probably a cuff button.  The pin is bent but the button itself is in good condition on the front. This would be a neat item for a woman who likes dressing in period clothes for enactment and other events.  

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $67.50 USD
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Horn Powder Measurer
Item #: NEW-0011436

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Age of this item is unknown but I think it is an attractive and unusual powder measuring tool.  Measures a little over three inches.  Note: This was appraised by a  knowledgeable person as being Civil War era.  

Shipping Weight: 1.6 lbs
Price: $150.50 USD
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Powder Flask for an Antique Pistol
Item #: NEW-009870

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This little item measures  four inches vertically.  A couple of small indentations. This would be a nice pick up for someone with a gun case which is missing the flask.

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Shipping Weight: 2 lbs
Price: $57.50 USD
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Confederate Artillery Button
Item #: NEW-007928

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Nice dug specimen. I found this small sized button on page 221 of Tice's Button book. I have identified it as being CSA 203As1. There are lines in the letter A on a plain surface. Please correct me if I'm wrong. There are markings on the back but I can't make it out. This was dug in Georgia in the exact area of Stoneman's Raid into Central Georgia.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $415.50 USD
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Catalog Updated
8/9/2021 11:52:00 AM
Georgia Colonial Note-Savannah-Twenty Dollars-1778

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