MARCH 24TH/25TH – TWENTY-ONE ARTIFACTS WERE ADDED TO THE CATALOG, INCLUDING RELICS FROM EXCELSIOR FIELD IN GETTYSBURG, MILLER’S CORNFIELD AND DUNKER CHURCH IN ANTIETAM, CHANCELLORSVILLE AND MALVERN HILL!

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 9/19 - THE BATTLE OF CEDAR CREEK - Artillery Style or Bullseye Rosette

SKU MRCEDC-01
$15.00
In stock
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Product Details
This brass rosette (1 11/16 inch diameter - missing the attachment on the back but you can see the marks where it was), of a style that is sometimes referred to as a bullseye style rosette or an artillery rosette, was recovered from the Cedar Creek battlefield. The Battle of Cedar Creek, a very important 1864 engagement that was fought close to Winchester, VA. is known to history for the famous ride made by General Sheridan in an effort to rally his army after a surprise Confederate attack. A provenance letter will be included.
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