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  • RG002 - Cast CSA BeltPlate - S O L D

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    Absolutely beautiful cast brass rectangular Virginia Style "C.S.A." Beltplate. This buckle was dug in Hoovers Gap, Bedford County, TN and has a super uncleaned light green patina. This plate measures  2.78 X 1.91 (70.06 X 48.5 mm) and is perfect with all three hooks and nice "body curve". This plate comes complete a map and exact location where the CSA was found.  A very desirable plate in every way for sure.


  • New RG003 - Stamped Trans-Mississippi Star Device - S O L D  

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    This "Star" brass disk was originally sweated to the tongue portion of a Tongue and Wreath Sash Buckle and is closely associated with Texas plates.  The manufacturing process obviously was not very good as it's more common to see them apart rather than a complete tongue.  Note the outer outline of the star is also lined and the background is "stipled" with the remains of a silver wash.  This is a beauty, seldom offered in this condition and measures  1.17 inches in diameter.  ( 29.8 mm).  It's absolutely perfect and quiet an addition to any collection. 


    RG004 - United States Cartridge Box Plate - S O L D

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    Very Nice Cartridge Box Plate dug several years in Richmond, Virginia.  Rounded steel loops on the back are perfect and not common to be in this good condition.  Note the plate still has some of the dirt not removed by the original digger.


  • RG005 - United States Eagle Plate -  S O L D

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    Extra Sharp US Eagle Plate.  Both Rounded steel loops are there however one is "leaning".  Dug in Richmond, Virginia several years ago.


  • New RG008 - Handmade Civil War Soldier Decorated Disk - $65

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    Recovered in Confederate camp in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.  May have been made from a coin but that is just a guess.  Anyway, the disk has been hammered out with lines drawn on the face.  It's one of a kind and obviously a product of boredom.  A very nice piece for those collecting items of this type.  I have the diggers name for the purchaser.


  • RG031 - Large Silver Company Letter "A" -  S O L D

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    Excellent large silver company letter "A".  Lead filled with three brass attachment loops.  This item is non-dug and perfect.  Size is 1.47 inches (37.41mm) high.  


  • New RG032 - 12th Georgia Buttons - $5

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    Relic hunters always dig shotgun shells and a common reference to them is "12th Georgia Buttons"  Well for anyone who thought they never existed here they are.  While supplies last this "button" is guaranteed to generate a chuckle from anyone who sees them.  


 

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