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Authentic U.S. Civil War Breastplate excavated from a campsite used during the War. Although this was a part of the Union Soldier’s uniform, soldiers would often discard these items as they went into battle because when mounted on the straps to their cartridge box, it would rest on their chest. (See the photo of the soldier in uniform). Their idea was simple “Why give the Rebs something to aim at”. Three bullets from the War are also included with this plate which makes an interesting display. A Ryker box (measuring approximately 4 ½ ”X5 ½”) will be sent with this item for display. Simply remove the lid with two straight pins in the sides. They are not glued and are likely to shift around in transit. The bullet in the upper left corner is a 3 Ring Minie Ball (.58 Caliber). The lower left has a huge .69 Caliber bullet. These two were mainly used by Union soldiers in a rifled musket and would be effective up to 250 yards. The lower right has a .69 Caliber round ball that would have been fired in a smoothbore musket (mostly by Rebels). The round ball would have been effective for less than 100 yards. The US Eagle button is as found. Normally these are bent because they were stepped on or wagons rolled over them. This button is in better than average shape considering the age and the fact it was used during the US Civil War. The remnants of the iron attachment wires on the breast plate were long ago rusted off as shown in the picture. These were used to attach the breast plate to the leather. The plate has been sealed with a type of acrylic gloss to preserve. Other than the sealer, this item is just as found and an attempt has not been made to straighten or color the artifact. The back of the plate was filled with a type of solder when manufactured originally to make the plate stronger. All were excavated from private property with owner's permission. Belt buckles and breast plates as well as cartridge box plates are normally just called “plates” by collectors. During the Civil War, the Northern states were primarily industrialized and the South was mainly agriculture. The Federal Government seemed to have a never ending supply of uniforms, bullets, muskets and uniform accoutrements. Therefore, if a belt buckle or other parts of the uniform had even a slight problem, it was simply thrown away. Then items were simply lost as soldiers were quick to close their camps leaving unused items behind. On the other hand, many Rebel Soldiers left home with only the clothes they had on their backs. The plate shows average damage to the rim and to the finish due to ground action from being in the earth for 150 years. These are authentic relics and are guaranteed to be as such. These items are not perfect and have been left as close as possible to as found. Some have been stepped on by horses, run over by wagons, walked on by humans and subjected to farming operations and fertilizers. Artifacts that are too perfect and too clean are often believed to be reproduction. These are 100 % authentic and may be returned if the buyer pays shipment charges both ways and they are returned in the same condition subject to the terms of my Etsy Shop. The photographs of the soldier which shows him wearing the breast plate is from the Library of Congress and is not included. The picture of the non-dug plates mounted on leather is also for illustration and is not included. The only relics included are in the case with the red background. The most common bullets used by both Union and Rebel forces were the .69 Caliber and the .58 Caliber projectiles. They were a slow moving and heavy bullet made of lead. The bullets started out as a dark grey and after being in the ground for 150 years, the bullet develops a white chalky color appearance as the bullet oxidizes. This is much like iron will rust when exposed to moisture. Interesting article from NPR about Civil War injuries. https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2018/06/20/620394034/civil-war-battlefield-limb-pit-reveals-work-of-combat-surgeons?utm_campaign=storyshare&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social Everything I sell I assemble. I sold at an Antique mall for about a dozen years and I had a free return policy there and I never had an item returned to the store. I have studied US Civil War History and Civil War Relics for over 30 years. I attend 4 to 6 Civil War Shows per year where I look for artifacts to sell. All items are 100% authentic as stated. United States sales to the lower 48 states only. No international sales please. Buyer is responsible for taxes and additional postal costs. Thanks for looking.
Approx. 13 x 13" with 1 name plate as shown. Extra name plates are available for kids, pets, city, etc. Hand Painted and Designed. Solid Real Wood. Made in USA. Weatherproofed with Clear coat. If you want it more similar to your boat you can send some good photos. Personalized with your name/names/camp name, etc. Creative gift idea! Very cute Camp or Boat decoration or gift. All handcrafted and painted, so may vary slightly from the photo. Other signs/wording available, just ask. Can be personalized to you. Comes with cord to hang. Please specify any customization as soon as you order. Please allow 3-6 weeks to be completed and shipped, although we work everyday and try to get these done sooner. If needed by a certain date, please ask.
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Great Gift Idea Authentic Relics Excavated from campsites used during the Civil War. Federal 3 ring Minie Ball, Confederate round ball and Confederate flat button. Flat buttons were often called "Coin Buttons" as they resemble a coin and did not have any military markings. Often Confederates would go off to War with their everyday clothes on as that is all they had. This matted display has the famous Kurz & Allison depiction from the Library of Congress reprinted on acid free paper. All are displayed in a nice Ryker display case with glass front. The artifacts are attached with a dab of glue to avoid moving around. The case measures about 12X8 inches and was assembled by me. Typed description pasted on the reverse with a nice hook to hang on the wall. The case front is secured with 4 straight pins included that are easily removed. Items might move around in shipment but that is easily corrected by the buyer. This display was assembled by me and contains authentic Civil War relics. The relics are all over 150 years old and were found on private property with owner's permission. The information below is available on the internet: Lookout Mountain 24 Nov. '63 (The Battle Above The Clouds) On the other flank, while Sherman was making his initial attack, Hooker had moved out with three divisions. His mission was to get into Chattanooga Valley and occupy Rossville Gap. Grant realized that once the battle started, Hooker's previous mission of protecting the vital line of communication down Lookout Valley had no further importance. Accordingly, Howard's Corps had been withdrawn from Hooker's Command and moved to Chattanooga before the battle started. Grant originally planned to move Hooker's other two divisions to Chattanooga so they could advance on Rossville Gap with having to fight their way past Lookout Mountain. But difficulties at the pontoon bridge made this impossible, and resulted in Hooker's having three divisions instead of two. Grant accordingly, ordered to attack around Lookout Mountain. The Confederates were holding Lookout Mountain to guard against an enemy approach from Trenton. Sherman had, in fact, sent Ewing's division toward that place as a diversion; it rejoined his main body for the attack on Missionary Ridge. Lookout Mountain drops precipitously several hundred feet from a plateau nearly 1,100 feet above the river. The top was occupied by two Confederate brigades. Walthall's brigade (Cheatham) blocked the narrow passage around the northern face of the mountain, and Moore's brigade of the same division was posted up the slope from it. Geary's Division, reinforced by one Cruft's brigades, crossed Lookout Creek above the Wauhatchie at about 8 A.M. Osterhaus and the rest of Cruft's division followed. Contact was made at about 10 o'clock, and a sharp fight took place around Craven's Farm ("the White House"). A heavy fog covered the scene as both sides brought up reinforcements. About noon the defenders were driven from Craven's Farm to a new position about 400 yards away. Here they were reinforced by the two brigades from the plateau, and held this position from 2 o'clock until after midnight, when they were ordered to withdraw. The name "Battle above the Clouds" was given to this engagement after the war. The next morning a party from the 8th Ky. scaled the heights to plant the Stars and Stripes at a point where it was dramatically visible to the rest of Grant's forces in the valley below. Source: "The Civil War Dictionary" by Mark M. Boatner III. Source of article: http://www.civilwarhome.com/lookoutmountain.htm. Casualties and Losses: Union 408, Confederate 1,251. Source: www.Wikipedia.org. Battle of Lookout Mountain by Kurz & Allison Reprinted on acid free paper This is an interesting part of history and would make an affordable gift for the Civil War enthusiast. Artifacts excavated from campsites used during the Civil War. Found on private property with owner’s permission. Interesting article from NPR about Civil War injuries. https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2018/06/20/620394034/civil-war-battlefield-limb-pit-reveals-work-of-combat-surgeons?utm_campaign=storyshare&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social Everything I sell I assemble. I sold at an Antique mall for about a dozen years and I had a free return policy there. I never had an item returned to the store. I have studied the US Civil War and Civil War Relics for over 30 years. I attend 4 to 6 Civil War Shows per year where I look for artifacts to sell. All items are 100% authentic as stated. There is no gunpowder in this display. United States sales to the lower 48 states only. No international sales please. Buyer is responsible for taxes and additional postal costs. Please note that if a personal or business check is used for payment the shipment will not be released until the check clears your bank and my bank. This could take an additional one to two weeks. Thanks for looking
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