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Port Hudson Relics

"honoring the past by saving it for the future"

Misc Non-Dug:

Standard Civil War soldier's tin cup, though not the quartermaster issued, this style was heavily used by both North and South during the war. 4 1/2" high and 4 1/4" in diameter. Seams all soldered. Excellent condition, great patina. The real deal that is becoming harder and harder to find! (kb1105) $295

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SOLDIER'S STENCIL
Belonging to Pvt. Thomas Meade of the 48th Virginia Infantry - this item was recovered in the wilderness battlefield in Virginia. Meade served in Jackson's Valley District in May and June of 1862; Jackson's, Trimble's, and Johnson's divisions from June '62 to May '64; then in Gordon's division until the war's end. Beautifully framed in a rectangle shadow box with red velvet background and a printed ID plate. Soldier and regimental info are included. A great historical item for $395 (kb22501)

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CIVIL WAR ERA STRAIGHT RAZOR
A soldier's Frederick Reynolds razor, manufactured in the 1860's, horn handle and Sheffield steel blade. The handle has several engravings. From left to right; an American flag, patriotic saying "Union Forever", 2nd corps Clover leaf corp badge, with No. 2 on leaf center, US shield, cannon w/ stacked cannon balls. Opposite side has another 2nd corps badge. Excellent personal soldier-used item. $350 (kb22502)

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