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     For your consideration one cow bone dice (die)…sometimes found in civil war trash pits. This is a small one measuring just over 1/4 inch on a side. The grain can be seen in the bone, also saw marks & other imperfections. This one has a great sound when I throw it on my wooden desk top! TL6393 $16.00
     For your consideration one McKee & Mason 458 low base first ring bullet. You will find this bullet to be in excellent dug condition. The patina is a real nice white color. Notice the heavily eccentric cavity & a skirt cast mark can be easily seen. The cavity is a cone. Mold seams can be seen on both sides of this bullet. Measures about 0.565 x 0.99 inches. TL6392 $10.00
     For your consideration one Thomas handbook 200A English P-51 rifled musket bullet. You will find this bullet to be in very good to excellent dug condition. The patina is a slick, waxy feeling, brown color…a real nice patina. The skirt is thick & the cavity is a plug. Around the nose a faint ring can be seen. Measures about 0.675 x 1.125 inches. TL6391 $110.00
     For your consideration one McKee & Mason 375 – Thomas handbook 170 Southern manufacture bullet. You will find this bullet to be in very good dug condition. The patina is a real nice, thick, slick brown color. Notice the 3 odd rings this bullet type has. Also notice the nose profile & nose cast mark. The cavity is a cone. Measures about 0.575 x 0.97 inches. TL6390 $32.00
     For your consideration one lead bullet made into a nipple protector for a civil war rifle or musket. The white patina is in great condition & in the bottom photo the teat which fits into the rifle’s nipple, can be easily seen.  About as nice as you are gonna find. Dug from the North Georgia area. TL6389 $20.00
     For your consideration one lead bullet made into a nipple protector for a civil war rifle or musket. The white patina is in great condition & in the bottom photo the teat which fits into the rifle’s nipple, can be easily seen.  About as nice as you are gonna find. Dug from the North Georgia area. TL6388 $20.00
     For your consideration one Stelma Some Civil War Bullets2 09-065 large stepped cone cavity 0.69 caliber bullet. You will find this bullet to be in excellent dug condition.The patina is a near perfect white color. The 3 rings are all well defined. Measures about 0.685 x 1.05 inches. TL6387 sale pending $16.00
     For your consideration one cut off civil war bullet. Rare to find a cut off 0.54 caliber bullet but that’s what this one is.  You will find this bullet to be in excellent dug condition.  The patina is a real nice white color.  The cavity is now a small cone. Measures about 0.53 x 0.855 inches. TL6386 $15.00
     For your consideration one chewed Confederate Gardner bullet. On the bullet a small area of the two ring pattern can be seen & on the base the Gardner insert is easy to see. The patina is a real nice white color & I do not see a single patina chip…straight from the digger to you. Dug from the Rutledge, NE Tenn area. Just outside of Knoxville. TL6385 sale pending $10.00
     For your consideration one McKee & Mason 652 Unknown revolver-possible tie ring cartridge bullet. You will find this bullet to be in excellent dug condition. The patina is a thick white color & I do not see a single patina chip. The one ring is extra well defined & notice the extra sharp nose point. Below the one ring a tapered base makes it easy to ID this bullet pattern. The solid base is smooth. Measures about 0.38 x 0.625 inches. What could make this bullet any better?? Dug from the Corinth/Shiloh area. **Although not listed in M&M the 0.44 caliber version of this bullet is listed in the Stelma 2 bullet book as 05-020 & is listed as Confederate. TL6384 $70.00
     For your consideration one hard fired civil war bullet. This bullet struck so hard its entire length is just over 1/4 inch by almost 1 inch wide. The patina is a near perfect white color. TL6383 $10.00
     For your consideration 4 iron cannister balls. Each one measures about 1.5 inches across. About as nice as you are gonna find! All dug from the Shenadoah Valley in Virginia. TL6382 $60.00
     For your consideration one hard fired civil war bullet.  This bullet struck so hard a hole was left in the middle. The patina is a smooth white color & I do not see a single patina chip. TL6381 sale pending $10.00
     For your consideration one McKee & Mason 398 – Thomas RoundBall to RimFire Vol 4 bullet 372 Confederate 3 ring bullet. Notice the very thick skirt on this bullet variety. You will find this bullet to be in excellent dug condition.  The patina is a real nice white color. A faint nose cast mark can be seen & the cavity is a cone. Measures about 0.585 (the widest point on this bullet is the bottom ring) x 0.98 inches. TL6380 $20.00
     For your consideration one Stelma Some Civil War Bullets 2, bullet 01-022, 0.50 caliber Colt revolving rifle bullet short body. You will find this bullet to be in excellent dug condition. The patina is a real nice white color. A two ring bullet with a rebated base. The solid base is smooth with a raised base cast mark. Measures about 0.52 x 0.865 inches. Dug from the Corinth/Shiloh area. TL6379 $55.00
     For your consideration one McKee & Mason 116 – Thomas handbook 96 Colt revolving rifle bullet. You will find this bullet to be in excellent dug condition.  The patina is a bright white color…much of this bullet is still covered with dirt. I do not see a single patina chip. On the solid base a raised base cast mark can be seen. Measures about 0.56 x 1.01 inches. TL6378 sale pending $16.00
     For your consideration one Thomas handbook 198B Southern manufacture – 0.69 caliber Georgia troops bullet. This is a bullet that’s hard to find in really nice condition…you will find this bullet to be in excellent dug condition. The patina is a real nice white color. Mold seams can be seen on both sides & at the base of the cavity a teat can be plainly seen. Measures about 0.68 x 1.08 inches. TL6377 sale pending $26.00
     For your consideration one Thomas RoundBall to RimFire Vol 4 bullet 505 Confederate Enfield with a pointed nose & a small stepped cavity. You will find this bullet to be in very good to excellent dug condition. The patina is an exxtra nice white color. Measures about 0.57 x 1.02 inches. TL6376 $18.00
     For your consideration one McKee & Mason 602 variant ultra low base first ring bullet. You will find this bullet to be in very good to excellent dug condition. The patina is a thick, slick, white color & I do not see a single patina chip. The nose is pointed & the cavity is a cone. On the skirt, 12 o’clock position, a faint skirt cast mark can be seen. Measures about 0.535 x 0.975 inches. Dug from the Corinth/Shiloh area. TL6375 sale pending $12.00
     For your consideration one 3 ring bullet that has been sliced into 3 pieces & lost in a rifle pit. All 3 pieces have now been found & they fit together nicely. The patina is a real nice white to brown color. Dug from the Battle of Ezra Church part of the Atlanta campaign. TL6374 sale pending $50.00
     For your consideration one McKee & Mason 54 – Thomas handbook 43B Starr revolver bullet. You will find this bullet to be in very good to excellent dug condition. The patina is a real nice light white color. The one base band can be seen & the solid base is smooth. Measures about 0.45 x 0.73  inches. TL6373 $30.00
     For your consideration one Thomas handbook 171C Southern manufacture Georgia troops bullet. You will find this bullet to be in excellent dug condition.  The patina is a real nice white color. A teat can be found inside of the cavity & mold seams can be seen on both sides of this bullet. Measures about 0.57 x 1.095 inches. TL6372 $20.00
     For your consideration one civil war bullet made into a rifle nipple protector. This is a big one. The first photo shows the small teat which fits down inside the nipple.  The patina is an exxtra nice white color with a few stains of Georgia red clay red & I do not see a single patina chip. This protector is from an ole time North Georgia digger, who is now deceased. This item has never been offered to the public before. TL6371 $20.00
     For your consideration one McKee & Mason 435 Foreign mold bullet with a large cylinder cavity. You will find this bullet to be in excellent dug condition. The patina is a light brown color & I do not see a single patina chip. As you can see this bullet still has the wooden plug inside its cavity. Notice the low base first ring. Measures about 0.53 x 0.995 inches. TL6370 sale pending $32.00
     For your consideration one Vicksburg rifle bullet listed in the Thomas RoundBall to RimFire series Vol 4 bullet 286. A Confederate bullet without question. You will find this bullet to be in excellent dug condition. The patina is a real nice light brown color. This bullet has a cone cavity & an easy to see skirt cast mark…see cavity photo. Measures about 0.51 x 1.075  inches. Dug from the Corinth/Shiloh area. This is a hard bullet for me to find.  ~A Vicksburg rifle is a Kentucky long rifle rebored to 0.54 caliber. A good shooter but they did not hold up well.~ TL6369 sale pending $30.00
     For your consideration one McKee & Mason 379 – Thomas handbook 168 Confederate side cast 3 ring bullet.  You will find this bullet to be in very good to excellent dug condition. The patina is a thick, white color…a real nice patina. The side cast mark can be easily seen…To make it easier to see in my photo I have placed a pencil mark around the side cast mark…this can be easily removed. In the center of the side cast mark the sprue nip mark can be seen. The cavity is a cone. Measures about 0.56 x 0.99 inches. TL6368 $14.00
     For your consideration one 0.54 round ball Mississippi rifle bullet. You will find this ball to be in excellent dug condition. The patina is a thick, very smooth white color & I do not see a single patina chip.  A sprue mark can be plainly seen. Measures about 0.525 inches. Dug from the Corinth/Shiloh area. TL6367 $15.00
     For your consideration one Colt’s Patent 0.36 caliber iron bullet mold. Condition is excellent dug/barn find. Screw is original & all parts move freely. Measures almost 5 inches long. This mold makes 1 conical & 1 round ball bullet. Verbal provenance to me is a barn find from the Greeneville, Tenn area. Home of Andrew Johnson 17th president of the United States. Shipping is $9.00. TL6366 $145.00
     For your consideration one very pointed nose 3 ring bullet. You will find this bullet to be in excellent dug condition. The patina is a real nice light brown color & I do not see a single patina chip. Notice the cone cavity is out of center to the base of the bullet. Take a look at the skirt of this bullet, 3 o’clock position, a skirt cast mark can be easily seen. Measures about 0.575 x 1.02 inches.  Dug from the La Grange, Tenn area. This bullet is from the John Marks collection & has been labeled U.S 58 CAL. P’T’D NOSE LG + 16 11-13-79  TL6365 $14.00
     For your consideration one McKee & Mason 247 Marshall, Texas arsenal Enfield bullet. You will find this bullet to be in excellent dug condition.  The patina is a smooth white color & I do not see a single patina chip. The nose cast mark has been nipped off leaving a real nice nip mark…see upper right photo. The cavity is a cone & mold seams can be seen on both sides of this bullet.Measures about 0.575 x 0.95 inches. Dug from the Marshall, Texas area. TL6364 sale pending $21.00
     For your consideration one Thomas handbook 41 pointed nose Sage bullet. You will find this bullet to be in very good to excellent dug condition. The patina is a real nice light white color & I do not see a single patina chip. Two rings can be seen with a raised band in between the rings. Just above the top ring a faint knife cut mark can be seen…this is where the paper cartridge was hand trimmed. Measures about 0.445 x 0.695 inches. Dug from the Corinth/Shiloh area. TL6363 sale pending $11.00
     For your consideration one unlisted Enfield with a small teat inside its cavity. You will find this bullet to be in excellent dug condition. The patina is a real nice white color & I do not see a single patina chip. A faint nose cap ring can be seen. A massive 0.58 caliber bullet with almost no taper to the bullets nose. Measures about 0.57 x 1.11 inches. Almost certainly a Confederate bullet. What could make this bullet any better?? Dug from the Corinth/Shiloh area. TL6362 $35.00
     For your consideration one McKee & Mason 161, in the cartridge section, Henry repeating rifle cartridge. You will find this cartridge to be in very good to excellent dug condition.  The hull is strong with no crack or breaks. On the base of the brass hull two symteric ( – – ) firing pin marks can be seen.  The bullet has a real nice patina. Dug from the North Georgia area. TL6361 sale pending $35.00
     For your consideration very nice display of a near complete Spencer cartridge with 2 other pieces of a Spencer cartridge. All of these Spencer hulls are firmly mounted on a small piece of iron which looks like a cannonball fragnment. I don’t think it is a fragnment but it does look like one. Measures about 2 1/2 inches across. TL6360 $32.00
     For your consideration one McKee & Mason 187 ringtail Sharps bullet.  The patina is a real nice white color. All 3 raised rings are well defined & mold seams can be easily seen on both sides of this bullet. Measures about 0.53 x 1.03 inches. TL6359 $16.00
     For your consideration one McKee & Mason 318 – Thomas handbook 189E Belgian bullet. You will find this bullet to be in very good dug condition…you are looking at this bullets worst side. The patina is a ?? color. The bullet is 100% covered with a thick deep woods dirt…straight from the digger to you. The cavity is a cone & is the hard to find double ring cavity…per Stelma Some Civil War Bullets 2. Measures about 0.67 x 1.15 inches. TL6358 $30.00
     For your consideration one McKee & Mason 5 Union carbine-first type bullet.  You will find this bullet to be in excellent dug condition. The patina is a real nice brown color & I do not see a single patina chip.  The nose is pointed & the solid base is smooth. Measures about 0.53 x 0.84 inches. TL6357 $15.00
     For your consideration one McKee & Mason 383 Confederate capped nose bullet. You will find this bullet to be in very good to excellent dug condition. The patina is a real nice white color. The most unusual thing about this bullet is it has 9 very small multi rings. The second most unusual thing is the cavity is a stepped type.  The capped nose is easy to see. Measures about 0.575 x 1.02 inches. Dug from the North Georgia area. TL6356 sale pending $35.00
     For your consideration one McKee & Mason 88 Solid base Dimmick bullet. You will find this bullet to be in very good to excellent dug condition. The patina is a real nice white to light white color & I do not see a single patina chip. One mold seam can be easily seen…see left photo. The nose has been nipped twice creating a peak (^) profile. Measures about 0.365 x 0.845 inches. TL6355 sale pending $65.00
     For your consideration one McKee & Mason 399 Army of Tennessee CSA bullet. You will find this bullet to be in very good to excellent dug condition. The patina is an exxtra nice white color. Notice the widely spaced 3 rings. Notice the HEAVILY ECCENTRIC skirt/cavity. The cavity is a cone & a dark spot (black powder stain) can be seen at the base of the cavity. Measures about 0.575 x 1.03 inches. TL6354 sale pending $18.00
     For your consideration one McKee & Mason 176 variant one ring Gardner bullet.  You will find this bullet to be a crude bullet that is in very good to excellent dug condition. The patina is a mix of brown to white to black (gun powder) & I do not see a single patina chip. This bullet is a leaner ( / ) as many of these 176v’s are. Notice the large nose cast mark & mold seams can be seen on both sides of this bullet. Measures about 0.575 x 1.09 inches. TL6353 $18.00
     For your consideration one McKee & Mason 647 crude mold bullet. You will find this bullet to be in very good to excellent dug condition. The patina is a real nice white color. Mold seams can be seen on both sides of this bullet. The skirt is thick & the cavity is a cone. Measures about 0.51 x 1.01 inches. A Confederate bullet without question. TL6352 $16.00
     For your consideration one Thomas RoundBall to RimFire Vol4 bullet 62 Kerr revolver bullet. You will find this bullet to be in excellent dug condition. Quality like this, especially on a rare bullet, is not seen very often. The patina is a near perfect white color. Notice the very pointed nose. Measures about 0.45 x 0.66 inches. TL6351 sale pending $50.00
     For your consideration one Thomas RoundBall to RimFire Vol4 bullet 456. You will find this bullet to be in excellent dug condition. The patina is a real nice white to brown color. Notice the easy to see nose cast mark.  The cavity is a cone. Measures about 0.56 x 1.13 inches.

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TL6350 sale pending $30.00
Here’s another one off the beaten path. Welcome to the banks of the Nolichucky River-State of Franklin-1786-birth site of David Crocket…now Greene Co. Tenn. Humble beginnings. Crocket’s grandfather was killed by native Indians…his father was one of the Overmountain Men. During his very early years the most organized form of government Crocket knew was that of the Cherokee Indians.. Rough, tough, …ready to move in a minute. Joined the Tenn Militia & fought in the Indian Creek Wars. Two term Congressman from frontier Tennessee. Opposing fellow Tennessean Andrew Jackson’s Indian removal policy helped defeat Crocket which, in anger, prompted one of his most famous orations you may all go to hell, and I will go to Texas. Crocket’s death at the Alamo, like much of his life, is somewhat speculation. History offers more than one demise to Crocket… one is his “body was found surrounded by no less than 16 Spanish corpses, with Crocket’s knife buried in one of them.” Tennessee has since been known as the Volunteer State.
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Backsidse photo of item TL6284 railroad brass lock
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One additional photo of item TL6277 wood stirrup set.
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Backside photo of item TL 6249 25 Cent North Carolina note.
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Backside of of item TL6171 religious figurine.
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One additional photo of item TL6126 model 1841 musket tool.

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Additional photos for item TL6111 Confederate side load cannon ball with an iron side load plug.

disarmed at the bottom of shell

Closeup of iron side load plug.

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Additional photos of item TL6107 iron spur.

iron studs

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Additional photos of Colt bullet mold TL6104 sale pending
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Additional photos for wooden stirrup for model 1859 McClellan saddle TL6087

sale pending

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Two additional photos for item TL5983 wooden stirrup.
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Additional photo for item TL5981 WW1 spur by August Buermann
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Two additional photo for CS4 Confederate spur TL5972
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Cavity photo for item TL5953 carved civil war bullet.
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Additional photo for TL4795 Hotchkiss lead base cup for cannister round.

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Photo to the left is the backside photo of the $1 Louisiana recycled note TL5013 seen on the newest page here at

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Copyright page to CONFEDERATE EDGED WEAPONS by William A. Albaugh. Item TL5057 here at

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Back photo for item TL499a South Carolina 25 cent Rooster Note.

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Additional photo of the back of 75 Cent Union Bank note. Ite3m TL499b.

sold

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Additional photo of item TL5232 showing the front side of this Confederate note.
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Additional photo of item TL5244 showing the backside of this Confederate note.
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Back photo for item TL5342 Augusta Insurance & Banking 75 cent fractional note.
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The backside photo of item TL5466 $1 North Carolina note.

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4 additional photos for TL5500 cannonball with wooden sabot
base of cannonball TL5500
fuse of cannonball TL5500
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Backside photo of item 5563 Confederate states $5 bill.
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Backside photo of item TL5576 North Carolina $1 bill printed on the backs of North Carolina $4 bills.
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side view of hooded stirrup.
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Additional photo for item TL5690 personal whale oil lamp.
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Back photo for item TL5781 civil war era Mechanics 25 cent note.
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Back side photo for item TL5849 Confederate $5 bill
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Two additional photos for item TL5926 civil war era curry comb.
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