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  1. Colonial North Carolina

    I found this Button at Colonial landing inn NC on Wednesday. It’s 35mm, 1 pc. With (6) 6 petal roses(?) similar to the Tudor rose. The button center has a circle of rays, currently unable to discern center motif. Any ideas or thoughts to its significance in the possibility of identifying this...
  2. Gettysburg Artillery help. 6 Pounder Confederate Left

    Confederate 6lbr side loader Recovered in the 1960’s, Gettysburg, Eastern Culp’s Hill, where Nichols Brigade crossed East Confederate Ave. There is no known written documentation that a 6 lbr was used on the Confederate left, yet I now know of 2 recovered from Culp’s Hill. I’m sure there are...
  3. 3rd Regiment Button North Carolina Rev War SC

    Hey guys, enclosed pics of a 3rd NC Regiment button dug east of the Edisto, communally to as Camp Pon Pon. Exact dating of this button is unknown, other than Rev War. Only a few example exists. Don list 2 in his book, this is a 3rd unlisted pattern of the A3 NC. this site dates from...
  4. Lowcountry Digger HELP 3rd Regiment North Carolina Button Rev War

    Seeking help from Lowcountry diggers.. Have you ever dug a 3rd NC regiment Rev War button? Compiling information to date these buttons, please PM with approximate location. This button was dug by a lowcountry digger in 2012. It is reported Stono Ferry Battlefield. Issue 3rd not present at...
  5. Button Pro Aris et Focis"...."For God and Country"

    Unknown button dug 20 miles northwest of Charleston, SC, (Ladson, SC) Revolutionary War Camp. Motto at top "Pro Aris et Focis"...."For God and Country". Hard to say what the original Cipher letters were due to deterioration. I’m guessing it’s an Officer’s button, appears silver plated. Dated...
  6. "56" Plate dug near Manassas Airport, Rev War-Civil War

    This Plate was dug by a friend near Manassas Airport in Prince William County, VA. Any ideas on use, period, and whom the 56th Regt was? Small guessing Cartridge box. Thanks for any input.
  7. IDED AMERICAN COPY OF FRENCH CHARLIEVILLE BAYONET, VIRGINIA MILITIA 1781

    I probably got burned... I loved the story.... Here it is I bought a bayonet claimed to be id’ed to American officer. Dealer claims arms dealers all agree it’s Rev War period?? I should have known better, and don’t have any Rev War references, except Don T's button book. But what I read on...
  8. 100th Indiana Western Theater State Pin

    Can you help???? A dealer in Va. has a lead pin similar to the State badges of Western theater marked 100 Ind...100th Indiana Regiment. He says he purchased years ago at a Dalton show guys last name Nail? Had a collection of pins he bought. Have you seen a 100th Ind. field cast badge before...
  9. U S Navy Mustard and Pepper Bottles

    Hi, I enlist anyone's help with the elusive US Navy Mustard and Pepper bottles.... Picture of example that was a water recovery from Beaufort, NC in the 1970's... Don't know if any of you guys were around Beaufort in the late 70's, but the town of Beaufort revitalized waterfront in the 1970s...
  10. U S Navy Mustard and Pepper Bottles

    Hi, I enlist anyone's help with the elusive US Navy Mustard and Pepper bottles.... Picture of example that was a water recovery from Beaufort, NC in the 1970's... Don't know if any of you guys were around Beaufort in the late 70's, but the town of Beaufort revitalized waterfront in the 1970s...
  11. Hawkins Zouaves Belt Plate Applied Number 9?

    Hi, I'm am trying to find some information on the ordnance style buckles used by the 9th Hawkins's Zouaves early in the war. I understand they used the ordnance style belt plate some with applied ordnance bomb and some had the applied number 9. I also understand some were dug on Roanoke Island...
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