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It is all about the provenance!  When I began collecting Civil War artifacts back when I was a child, I was always much more interested in the recovery location of an artifact than the rarity or value of the artifact itself.  As a historian, I have made every effort to acquire artifacts with solid provenance.  The intent of this website is to offer Civil War relics with a historical connection so that the collector can feel secure in the knowledge that they are getting something from a specific event or place.  Each item includes a provenance letter with all of the details that I know about the piece.

JUST ADDED ON 3/30 - CENTREVILLE, VIRGINIA / BULL RUN AREA - Pocket Watch Piece with Original Typed Label - Recovered in 1976

SKU RG-GEN08
$8.00
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Part of a pocket watch that was recovered in Centreville, Virginia in October, 1976 (the nearest town to the Bull Run Battlefield). This artifact comes out of the collection of William Reger who lived in Berks County, Pennsylvania and relic hunted at a variety of sites from the late 1950s to the mid 1970s. Reger carefully identified his artifacts with typed labels such as the one that is included with this artifact. A provenance letter will be included.

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