A very nice and complete set of buttons for a cavalry officer during the Indian Wars. Made by the W B Co.
This ground dug ball is heavily oxidized. A good example nonetheless.
This is a very nice example of a fleem made by the firm of Joseph Rodgers & Sons of Sheffield England.
This projectile is in ground dug shape which is unusual as the current thought is these never made it into the field.
Condition on this ground dug projectile is fair. It is an example of the earlier projectile which we know based on the narrow flame grooves which were altered later on in its production. Further it retains the original fuze assembly.
This example was recovered from the Vicksburg battlefield in the 1970's and is a very nice example of the projectile.
This projectile was apparently exposed to the air when found as half of it is heavily oxidized while the other half is clean. The tip is damaged, probably from striking the target at great speed.
Condition of this projectile is excellent for a ground dug item. One of the more common of the Confederate projectiles it is still a nice addition to any collection.
This ground dug projectile is possibly a naval case shot example. I honestly do not know for certain. Condition is good.
This is a very uncommon Civil War projectile that is enhanced by retaining its original early (1861 date) brass percussion fuze assembly. It would be very hard to upgrade this one.