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Miscellaneous Relics



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MR 113 The handle from a Union NCO sword dug in a Union Camp and so marked by
Billy Spedale. He also added a bit of his sardonic humor to the piece writing “Yankee Olive”
on one end. Very nice piece with a great connection to Billy and his humor.
SOLD



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MR 116 Billy dug this nice acorn tipped brass finial from a bed post on the Port Hudson Battlefield at Slaughter Plantation, which opened up on Slaughter Field where advancing Union troops were shot to pieces by Confederate Artillery using deadly canister rounds.
Slaughter Field was aptly named for the carnage that took place there.
Price: $45.00



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MS 117 This is a neat piece, it appears to be a fishing weight made by a soldier at
Port Hudson, LA. Billy dug a lot of similar pieces, some made of bullets, some from sabots
and some from lead canister. Bullet used to display it not included.
Cool relic of a soldier’s handy work. $20.00



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MR 2 Mess Gear dug in a C.S. Rifle pit near Foster Creek in the early
1970’s. The large cup had the initials T.H. crudely scratched on the side at
one time but I can’t see them. This Mess Gear is pictured in Billy Spedale’s
book, “Historic Treasures of the American Civil War” on page 151. The
book is for sale on this site.
$325.00



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MR 11 Heart shaped Martingale dug in a union camp near Jackson,
Louisiana in the early 1970’s. It is featured in Billy Spedale’s book “Historic
Treasures of the American Civil War” on page 26.
$275.00


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MR 12 This is really interesting! Some bored yankee or confederate
soldier making bullets poured lead down a crawfish hole and this was the
result. Billy Spedale found it 115 years later in 1978. It is featured in his
book “Where Bugles called and Rifles Gleamed” on page 103.
$95.00


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MR 31 Dug cartridge box tin from Union Rifle pit at Port Hudson, La. dug in the late 1970’s.
$35.00


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MR 60 .54 Austrian Lorenz bayonet that was nickel plated a long time
ago. Probably a G.A.R. Lodge piece. This has the unique leather covered
wooden scabbard which is hard to find.
$325.00



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MR 62 Cast iron tea kettle dug in Foster Creek at Port Hudson, La. by
Billy Spedale in the early 1970’s. Handle and bottom is missing, a neat relic
that saw a lot of use.
$95.00


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MR 65 Musket Escutcheon that held lock in place. Dug at Port Hudson,
La. and shown in Billy Spedale’s book “ Historic Treasures of the Civil War”
on page 188. Excellent piece that could be used in a restoration.
$45.00


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MR 66 Musket Escutcheon that held lock in place. Dug at Port Hudson,
La. companion piece to the one shown in Billy Spedale’s book “ Historic
Treasures of the Civil War” on page 188. Excellent piece that could be used in a restoration.
$45.00


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MR 84 Ram Rod ferrule or sleeve from a musket dug at Port Hudson,
La. this piece is shown in Billy Spedale’s book “ Historic Treasures of the
American Civil War” on page 188.
SOLD