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MR-33 Lockplate dug at Port Hudson, Louisiana years ago by Billy Spedale. From the John Hitt Collection. $35.00



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PF-10 This flask is considered by collectors as one of the most beautiful ever made due to it’s stunning Basket Weave and Acanthus Leaf design. This flask was manufactured by James Dixon and sons of Sheffield, England and is so marked. Dixon was one of the premier flask makers of the 1800’s. This flask has a nicely toned patina and not a single dent, bump or bruise. It is museum quality! While it is fully functional with a graduated spout for differing loads, the spring is just a bit weak. at 10 by 4 1/2 inches it is a large flask. This flask is listed in the “Bible” of Powder Flasks “The Powder Flask Book by Ray Rilng” on page 298 as #427. A showpiece for any powder flask collection or to display with your percussion rifle or shotgun. $175.00



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BM-11 Here is a little project piece for someone handy with tools. The pin in this was broken so I removed what was left in the handles with a punch. All it needs now is a short section of brass rod or carbon steel the correct size. Insert it in the hole and peen the ends and you have a working mold. Or just leave it like it is. This is a .44 caliber mold that would cast a ball for that Army, Remington, Starr revolver or any .44 weapon for that matter. A nice Civil War Era mold for your collection. $25.00



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BM-10 Cool little Civil War Era mold for casting a single round ball for any  .36 caliber weapon. Well made piece with nice tool marks on the inside raising the possibility of a C.S. made piece. Can still cast balls today for display. I like to cast new balls with these and place them with dug ones so folks can see what a new bullet looked like. $69.00



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BM-9  A very nice Civil War Era .40 caliber mold for casting round balls. Can be displayed nicely with your .40 caliber Boot Pistol. It has a built in sprue cutter and the mold measures 4 3/4 inches. $49.00



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BM-8  This neat little mold is 5 3/8 inches. IT is a Civil War Era piece that casts a .30 caliber ball that was more than likely used in the half stock Kentucky rifle. Many Southerners carried half stock rifles off to war in various calibers. Thus piece display nicely with any .30 caliber rifle or pistol or just by itself. $42.00



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BM-6 At 5 1/2 inches this is a neat little .36 caliber Civil War bullet mold for a round ball. Asa a plus it has the built in sprue cutter for cutting off the post or “Sprue” lest from pouring the ball. Nice to display with any .36 Civil War pistol or hunting rifle. $49.00



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BM-3 A very nice Civil War Era Octagonal mold that is 5 inches long. It casts a .58 ball and is perfect for casting round balls to display with any .58 weapon.  It has a built in sprue cutter which is a real plus. $49.00



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BM-1 a very nice .36 Civil War Era bullet mold at 7 1/2 inches long. In perfect shape, it could cast a bullet today. Perfect for displaying with any .36 caliber pistol but particularly nice with that .36 caliber boot pistol. $42.00



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MR-17 Screw puller to extract bullets from the .58 or .69 rifled musket
when the powder got wet. Your choice each one is $40.00



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MR-16 .58 Worm cleaner and bullet extractor for .58 rifled musket.
Your choice #1 is $45.00 #’s 2,3,4 are $35.00



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MR-15 .69 caliber worm cleaner and extractor for the .69 rifled musket.
Your choice 1,2,3 are $45.00 4, 5 are $35.00



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MR-24 C.S. Lead Finial. This piece was dug at Port Hudson, La near sharpshooter hill in 2001 and is from my personal collection, since I have a lot of them. This is the lead finial from a C.S. accoutrement pouch, either a percussion capor cartridge pouch no way to really tell which but it a really nice example. Lots of folks collect these and if you are one of them it is yours for $15.00



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MR-22  Enfield Sight. This is a tough piece to find when you need it for that Enfield restoration project. This is a very nice one and the cool thing is it is marked with an assembly number that looks like 9232. I have had a few of these and have never noticed a number etched on one. The bottom of the sight also has traces of the original solder. Very hard to find piece. $125.00



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MR-21 Enfield Trigger Guard. If you are restoring an Enfield rifle this is a part you will probably need. This is a non-dug but well aged piece and the brass has that nice dark mustard color and the sling loop is attached and moves freely. What’s cool about this piece are the four assembly marks on the trigger guard right above the sling loop. This is how they marked parts of rifles being assembled in gun works all over England to keep them from getting mixed up. $75.00




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MR-25 This is a tough piece to find when you are restoring that Springfield rifle, a PERFECT butt plate with matching, original screws and a U S you can see from across the room. $85.00



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PF-5 Very old flask with a beautiful layered design that has seen some use. It is missing the spout, one of the sling rings and has some minor splits but the spring is present and it works.  It is in true “Relic” condition and displays very well. It is 5 1/2”  long by 3 1/4" wide. This flask is listed in the “Bible” of Powder Flasks “The Powder Flask Book by Ray Rilng” on page 282 as #262. $29.00



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PF-9 If the pour spout were present this tiny little flask would have been about 4 inches tall. It is 2 1/4 inches wide. Probably carried to load “Boot Pistols" or “Muff Guns” and would display nicely with one or the other. It has a nice burning bush design and a very unusual feature, a leather collar just under the spout ring. This little flask is one of my favorites and worth a search of powder flask parts to find a proper spout. This flask is listed in the “Bible” of Powder Flasks “The Powder Flask Book by Ray Rilng” on page 288 as #315. $35.00



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TEXF 16 1863 Massachusetts Rifle Sideplate
$295.00

The Model 1863 Massachusetts Rifle was a 58 caliber, cap and ball rifle, Barrel length 40 inches, total length 56 inches Manufactured by Samuel Norris & W. T. Clement in 1863 and 1864, under contract from Springfield Armory but were produced exclusively for the Massachusetts militia. The side plate from this Massachusetts rifle is dated 1864 behind the hammer, Eagle/US, S.N & W.T.C./FOR MASSACHUSETTS, forward of the hammer.
This is the first S.N & W.T.C./FOR MASSACHUSETTS sideplate that I have ever seen and was not aware of a Massachusetts Rifle until I saw this S.N. & W.T.C./FOR MASSACHUSETTS plate. I spoke with a seasoned Civil War artifact and weapon collector and was told “never heard of one”.

I believe that this sideplate will make a nice addition to your Civil War relic collection and an item that not everyone has.


 

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