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Z1359     Excavated Infantry Bugle Insignia, Regulation 1858

Description: Nice complete Infantry bugle insignia. This piece is a little wavy but complete. The attachment loops are missing whish is quite normal on excavated examples. No cracks or repairs!

Measures: 2" x 3.5"

Recovered: Brandy Station, Virginia

Price: $160.00

Z1352     Excavated Crossed Cannon Hat Insignia Regulation 1858

Description: Here is another complete example of crossed cannon hat insignia. This piece is slightly wavy and has a very small crack on the bottom pinacle which could have happened during manufacturing. This piece is missing all four of the attachment loops which is common on dug examples.

Measures: 1.75" x 3.25"

Recovered: Fredericksburg, Virginia

Price: $250.00

Z1347     Excavated Cavalry Crossed Sabers Regulation 1858

Description: Here is another nice set of excavated cross sabers. This particular pair was recovered from Chickamauga. There are a few small creases and bends but no cracks or repairs.

Measures: 1.75" x 3.5"

Recovered: Chickamauga, Georgia

Price: $250.00 Sale Pending!

Z1332     Excavated Cavalry Crossed Sabers Regulation 1858

Description: Very nice complete pair of crossed swords. This one is a bit wavy but complete and void of any cracks or repairs.

Measures: 1.75" x 3.25"

Recovered: Fairfax, Virginia

Price: $250.00

Z1330     Excavated Crossed Cannon Hat Insignia Regulation 1858, and Company Letter B (Pettit's Battery Antietam)

Description: Here is an exceptional grouping. This grouping contains a company letter "B" and crossed cannons. These two items were recovered at Antietam behind the S. Poffenberger home near the East Woods. Pettit's New York Light Artillery Battery B (6 Guns) was placed on a small knoll in this vicinity. They played a vital role in the battle and you would be hard pressed to find a nicer grouping with provenance. The area in which this was dug is now known as the Kefauver Farm.

Measures: 1.75" x 3.25"

Recovered: Sharpsburg, Maryland by Ron Stonelake

Price: $350.00 Sale Pending!

Z1328     Excavated Infantry Bugle Insignia, Regulation 1858

Description: Very nice excavated Infantry bugle insignia. This one has a minute bit of waviness. This one must have been dug in sandy soil as there is still an undertone of shine on one side. The attachment loops are missing which is quite common on dug examples.

Measures: 2" x 3.5"

Recovered: Northern Virginia

Price: $160.00

Z1322     Excavated Cavalry Crossed Sabers Regulation 1858

Description: Excellent set of crossed sabers recovered by Ron Stonelake in North Anna, Virginia. This piece is slightly wavy. There are no cracks or repairs. It has Ron's number on the back and still retains three of the original attachment loops. This relic will come with a map showing the vicinity in which it was located. It was recovered near the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad along Long Creek just opposite of the Chandler House.

Measures: 1.75" x 3.25"

Recovered: North Anna, Virginia by Ron Stonelake

Price: $295.00 Sale Pending!

Z1321     Excavated Crossed Cannon Hat Insignia Regulation 1858

Description: Very nice set of excavated crossed cannons. This piece is slightly wavy but displays nicely. There are no cracks or repairs and the original attachment loops are missing which is quite common on dug examples.

Measures: 1.75" x 3.25"

Recovered: Franklin, Tennessee

Price: $250.00

Z1320     Excavated Remains of a Federal Kepi

Description: Here is something that you just don't find every day. This is the excavated remains of a Federal kepi. These items were recovered on the Pearson Farm outside of Fredericksburg, Virginia. This farm became known as the "Slaughter Pen." All of these items were recovered in a small vicinity by Dee Stonelake in 1978. Dee was the wife of Ron Stonelake who kept meticulous records. All of the items are marked F-436. This lot includes an Infantry bugle, two kepi eagle buttons, a company letter I, and a kepi chin buckle. The bugle is slightly wavy and still retains one of the original attachment loops. This grouping was recovered near where Route 2 and the Pearson Farm road intersect. There is a hand drawn map included with the items.

Recovered: Pearson Farm near Fredericksburg, Virginia by Dee Stonelake on November 6, 1978. (Slaughter Pen)

Price: $295.00 Sale Pending!

Z1319     Excavated Cavalry Crossed Sabers Regulation 1858

Description: Very nice crossed sabers recovered from the Shiloh area. This piece is a little wavy yet intact without any breaks or repairs. This one is missing all the attachment loops which is common on dug examples.

Measures: 1.75" x 3.5"

Recovered: Shiloh

Price: $250.00

 

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