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Miscellaneous Civil War Relics


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MR 118 These Gun Flints are part of a cache of more than 200 found at the site of Fort San Carlos in Baton Rouge many years ago. Fort San Carlos was Garrisoned by the Spanish from 1779-1810. Spanish Forces under Bernardo de Galvez captured Baton Rouge from the British on September 21, 1779 during the Revolutionary War. Spain was an ally of the American Patriots and the capture of Baton Rouge denied the British the use of the Mississippi River. British Lt. Colonel Alexander Dickson surrendered the fort, which was little more than a 9 foot deep ditch and mud palisade, after an eight day siege. The Spanish then rebuilt the fort. The new fort, know as Fort San Carlos was shaped like a six-pointed star armed with 16 guns. The fort was rebuilt again by the Spanish in 1799. The fort was demolished in 1819 following construction of what is now known as the “Pentagon Barracks” just North of the old fort.
Each flint will come with a letter of Provenance including the name of the person who found them.

Price $15.00 each



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MRJL 1 U.S. Model 1859 Cavalry Spur.
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MRJL 2 U.S. Model 1859 Cavalry spur.
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MRJL 3 U.S. Model 1859 Cavalry Spur.
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MRJL 4 U.S. Model 1859 Cavalry Spur. Dug at Winchester, Virginia..
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MRJL 5 C.S. Copy of a Model 1859 Spur. Note the upward sweep of the arms, the thin
squared off strap bolsters and the unusual neck. This spur was dug at Manassas, Virginia
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MRJL 6 This is an excellent example of a model 1859 with the strengthening groove or
“Gutterback” and a complete rowel. It is frozen in place but it is all there!
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MRJL 7 This is a nice Blacksmith made stirrup often dug in C.S. camps. You can see
where the smithy split the tread with a chisel so he could open it up for a better
foot hold. Nice southern piece.
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MRJL 8 This is a nicely decorated dug clay pipe. A lot of these are found in our canefields
down in Louisiana where both Union and Confederate Cavalry camped.
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MRJL 9 This is a very nice clay pipe that appears to have been made by
Pamplin Pipe Company in Virginia. It was dug near Richmond, Va.
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MRJL 10. Here is a very nice early leather shot pouch for loading percussion shotguns
with bird shot. Shot lever is loose but works.
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MRJL 11. Model 1905 Springfield Armory Bayonet for the 1903 Springfield Rifle. Locking device works perfectly. The M-1905 Bayonet was adopted to be used as a knife bayonet with the Model 1903 Rifle, after it was determined that the rod bayonet, adopted earlier, did not contain the features or durability that was necessary for the modern trench warfare of the early 1900's. Because the Model 1903 Rifle was shorter than the previously used Krag Rifle, it was believed that a longer knife bayonet was needed.
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MRJL 12 If you have a Civil War camp display or want to make one this is a perfect set. A Civil War era cased strop and a Wade and Butcher Straight Razor with horn handle. The strop still has the instructions for use on the back of the case and the razor is in perfect condition.
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MRJL 13 . This Georgian Coffee or Tea Pot was dug at Port Hudson, Louisiana in the late 1970’s by Emile Mancuso a well known Louisiana relic Hunter. This piece would have been silver plated and had a Rosewood handle and a Rosewood knob on the lid. Mr. Mancuso recovered this from a Union Trash pit and it undoubtedly belonged to a Union Officer. Perfect for that campsite display you are working on!
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MRJL 14 This is a heavy cast brass chamber stick that would have been used by a Civil War officer in his tent at night. It is adjustable to raise and lower the candle as it burns down and still has some wax in it. The piece unscrews so it could be packed in a saddle bag for traveling or in the officer’s kit. It has a nice mellow, brass patina and you can see knife marks in the drip cup from removing the burned down candles, A piece with a lot of character for that campsite display
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MRJL 15 A very unusual and incredibly well made powder horn. This horn would have been heated in boiling water to create the oval shaped base for the wooden plug and then portions of the same horn or a different horn used to make the screw on combination cap and measure. The neat thing is you can still smell the gunpowder in this horn. Very nice piece for the price.
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