Conf. 12 lb.
Bronze Napoleon cannon, sponge “Water” cover 252.
Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation Assoc. “Deed” for 1 sq.
Of Battlefield land conveyed 1959.
This “Deed” given to Gary Rayot by his Uncle, Emmett Gornall in 1986 253.
The Central Bank of AL $5; Bank of Chattanooga, State of TN, dtd.
Jan. 4, 1863 $1; State of NC, Raleigh, dtd.
Jan. 1, 1863 the sum of 25 cents (paper); Conf.
States of America, Richmond, dtd.
Feb. 17, 1864 $2 254.
NC State Seal button (The back mark is blank, as this is a Conf.
States Local button, handmade.
Button has about 5% gold gilt.
The front of button has NC, 2 men setting & on right side against cinder wall & on left side w/a sailing ship in the back ground) 255.
Tar bucket, made of sheet iron (The top & btm.
Were turned over the sides & fastened w/rivets.
The cover was kept shut by means of a stud riveted into top of the bucket.
It was provided w/a hook & chains & was used for carrying tar along w/the guns, for use on marches during hot weather.
Tar was mixed w/the axle grease to prevent the grease from melting (Rare) 256.
Poetry book titled “Hesper & Other Poems” by Theophilus Hunter Hill, Raleigh NC, Dec. 1861, entered according to Act of Congress in the Clerk’s Office of the District Court of the Conf.
States, for the District of Pamlico NC (Rare) 257.
Civil War musicians lyre used for holding sheet music (made of brass w/iron attaching studs on back (this was dug at the Battle of Chancellorsville VA) 258.
Jefferson Davis Eagle Hardee hat pin (fastener), dug at Harpers Ferry in May of 1960, Naval Battery, Maryland Hts. 259.
Union brass pocket watch w/key, has face but no numbers left.
Watch will open, all hinges still work.
A rare key wind soldiers watch dug in a Union Camp at Stafford VA.
This watch is unus. & rare in that the “working parts” are still in watch. (Usually only case is ever found) 260.
Civil War wdn.
Barrel w/push on top.
This was for holding wdn.
Matches (some matches still in barrel), 3” tall l& 2 ½” across.
Soldiers own personal item.
This barrel was also used to keep postage stamps dry 261.
Cathedral pepper sauce food bottle, aqua color, has pontil mark, mold formed, applied lip (like 1 pictured in Phillips Vol 1, pg. 57, #5) (Extra rare) 262.
Iron artilleryman’s cannon hammer, used by gunners for working on connons, shells, opening shell cases, driving fuses, etc.
Dug at Richmond VA 263.
Civil War matches (these stuck together are the way they come to the soldiers) 264.
Civil War wicker covd.
Wine bottle (Rare)
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