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AMERICAN CIVIL WAR RELICS This website is ran by Ian Workman. He is one of the most knowledgeable people out there on Civil War bullets. He offers many other artifacts and the site is definitely worth checking out.
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ARIZONA SWORDS This sword is ran by a friend of mine out west, David LaSlavic. He carries swords of all styel with a very nice selection. Be sure to check out his site.
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ARMY OF TENNESSEE RELICS Army of Tennessee Relics is owned and operated by Nick Periut in addition to his full-time framing business. He has been involved in the collecting end of our hobby for years and now offer a nice assortment of original Civil War artifacts. He fully guarantees all of his artifacts.
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ARSENAL ARTIFACTS Mr. Howard Alligood, the owner of Arsenal Artifacts, is one of the most knowledgeable persons in the country when it comes to artillery items. His web-site boasts a collection of dug recoveries from the Civil War and Revolutionary War eras and a selection of limited edition prints. In-house framing and matting service available.
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BACON FIREARMS

This site is a very helpful research tool. It was started by a friend of mine out in Maryland, Jerry Backof. It covers the weapons of the Bacons and Manhattan Arms Companies. These were two important companies that are finally getting their respect in the collecting world. Be sure to check this site out.


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BARRY'D TREASURE Barry'd Treasure has several images of nice authentic Civil War artifacts.
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BLUE GRAY RELICS This is a nice site with several original items for sale and also images from several re-enactments.
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BOWLING GREEN DRUMMER

This website is a new one offered by my friend Herman Kinder of Kentucky. He gets military artifacts from samurai swords to world war items. Check this one out!


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BRENT'S ANTIQUES

My friend Brent Smith from North Carolina started this website. He collects and deals in military items from the Civil War and also from World War 2. Stop by and check this one out. He gets some really nice pieces.


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BULL RUN RELICS Bull Run Relics, owned by John & Susan Embrey, is located in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley in Virginia. Originally established in Manassas, Virginia in 1993, we relocated to Strasburg, Virginia in 2001. We offer everything from civil war artifacts (dug and non-dug), local and not-so-local pottery, coins, decoys, wooden fishing lures to antique, restored furniture.
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BULLET AND SHELL Carl Sitherwood and Mike Ward have launched a new website, called "Bullet and Shell," at www.bulletandshell.com Their aim is to make it as much of a reference site as a commerce site. They will be working on the categories they mainly collect such as artillery projectiles, fuses and bullets.
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C & D JARNIGAN COMPANY Jarnigan & Company Reproductions provide the finest quality, most authentic wares you can buy. David Jarnigan goes out of his way to produce only the highest quality modern made pieces that duplicate the original items. Their Workshops produce a full complement of Military Uniforms and Equipment, as well as Mens Civilian Clothing.
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CAROLINA COLLECTORS CIVIL WAR RELICS The Carolina Collectors are Rick Burton and Warren Vestal Jr. We are avid relic hunters and collectors. Several years ago we started buying and selling relics to help us add to our own collections. We are collectors first and dealers second, therefore we believe that you'll find our prices very fair and reasonable. You may have seen us at various Civil War shows in NC, SC, and VA.
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CAROLINA REBEL Mr. Joe Haile runs and owns the Carolina Rebel's illustrated online catalog of Civil War relics! Herein you'll find historical uniform buttons, plates & buckles, Confederate money and bonds and other authentic relics & various military antiquities from the Civil War era.
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CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY This is a wonderful resource for basically everything you could want to know on all aspects of the Civil War artilleryman and his projectiles and equipment.
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CIVIL WAR BULLETS.ORG The Civil War Bullet Collecting Association, www.cwbullet.org, is a site dedicated to discussion about and passing information about 19th century ammunition, bullet, and cartridges through our discussion community and online resources. Our members are a diverse group of collectors of antique militaria (ammuntion, bullets, cartridges, and relics) and historians. We are subject matter experts and collectors of relics ranging from ammunitions, artillery shells, buckles and plates, bullets, buttons, cartridges, edged weapons, firearms, and just about any other relic you can imagine.
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CIVIL WAR COLLECTOS AND DEALERS ASSOCIATION

This is a very nice website that everyone that has an interest in history should join. It is a website and organization that is designed to help protect our hobby and aid in the protection of history and artifacts. Their code of ethics says it all. It states "When conducting business with a CWDCA member you are dealing with a reliable individual who has made a commitment to service and who possesses the highest professional standards in the Civil War memorabilia marketplace."


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CIVIL WAR RELIC MAN The Civil War Relic Man Web-site is owned and operated by Mr. Harry Ridgeway. Harry is one of the backbones of the Civil War collecting community. Harry Ridgeway has been collecting Civil War relics for over 35 years. Items from his collection have been published in many different reference works on Civil War relics such as Kerksis, Mullinax, O'Donnell and Crouch, Dickey & George and others. Plans are underway for the The Old Courthouse Civil War museum to be located in Winchester Va. It will feature relics from all theaters of the war and will include the Ridgeway collection. The items offered here are not from the museum collection, which is extensive.
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CIVIL WAR SHOWS & EVENTS This is a wonderful resource to keep track of what is going on across the country with regard to Civil War historical shows and events.
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CIVIL WAR TOKEN SOCIETY Founded in 1967, the Civil War Token Society is a national, non-profit organization dedicated to help stimulate interest and research in the field of Civil War token collecting. Activities include publishing a journal (The Civil War Token Journal), conducting auctions, maintaining a reference library, providing an attribution service for a nominal fee, establishing State chapters and conducting regional meetings. There are currently over 1,000 active members.
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COLLEGE HILL ARSENAL Mr. Tim Prince of the College Hill Arsenal offers fine Civil War era relics and arms. College Hill Arsenal is the outgrowth of years of personal research and collecting in the field of Civil War small arms. What started as a hobby for Tim many years ago has become a business. He specializes in infantry arms, and try to keep a high quality assortment of muskets, rifles, bayonets and related items for sale at all times.
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CSRELICS This web-site has been started up by a friend of mine from Glen, Mississippi. His name is Charles Stafford. I have always found him to be honest and reliable. He is a collector turned peddler like myself so check out this site and tell him that we sent you.
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CWRELICS.COM CWRELICS.COM offers authentic Civil War relics for sale on thier on-line catalog including, Buttons, Buckles, Bullets, Spurs, Shells, Fuses, etc. They also carry White's metal detectors and accessories. If you are in the Manassas, Virginia area, please stop by and visit thier shop.This site is run by Bob Buttafuso who has handled more excavated artifacts than almost anyone in the country.
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DIXIE RELICS ONLINE Here is a newer web-site ran by my friends Steve and Melody Strickland. They carry a little bit of everything and are good folks.
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Eli Whitney and the Cotton Gin
Our friends Joan and Emily highly recommend this site.
You girls keep up the good work at the After School Program!

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FACETS OF HISTORY

This is a website ran by a good friend of ours and one of the foremost authorities of antique jewelry, Pam Lynch. She has only fine quality jewelry from the Civil War era and several other historic time periods. You can trust Pam as I buy all of my antique jewelry for my wife Lori from her and have always been very pleased.


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FOOT SOLDIER MILITARY The Foot Soldier Military Antiques is a fine web-page of Civil War artifacts of all types.
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FORT DONELSON RELICS Fort Donelson Relics is a fine Civil War artifacts shop beside Fort Donelson National Military Park. The business is owned by John & Nikki Walsh. They carry a full line of Civil War artifacts and are great people to do business with.
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FRANKLIN RELICS Franklin Relics, owned by Bruce & Bonnie Hohler, have been in the business of buying, selling and trading fine civil war artifacts for over 16 years. Formerly known as Barrels & Blades in the North South Traders price guide. They are both great people and offer only authentic artifacts.
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GREY BIRD RELICS This is a fine web-site owned and operated by Butch & Anita Holcomb. They are two great people that runt his web-site and also publish the wonderful new magazine THE AMERICAN DIGGER. If you havenít seen the magazine yet you need to pick one up.
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Gutterman Historical Weapons, Inc. This is a link to a fine web-site that is run by some friends of mine up in Yankeeland. They carry high quality weapons and accessories for several different periods. Be sure to tell them we sent you.
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HERITAGE SWORD This website belongs to some good friends of mine from up in Yankeeland. Taylor has collected Ohio Civil War pieces for years and has set up this site to fund his collecting habit like many of us have. Check it out and tell him we said hello.
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Heroes of a Generation Here is a new site that was started by a young man from Arizona named Alexander Kahn. He is interested in preserving the history that brave Americans have fought so hard to protect. The site is just getting going so help him out if you can.
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HISTORICAL ORDNANCE WORKS Historical Ordnance Works are experienced, skilled craftsmen who have studied and been trained in the nineteenth century methods of applying the crafts required. Every item produced by the Historical Ordnance Works meets or exceeds the original Ordnance Department specifications of the Civil War era. We are builders of gun carriages, implements, limbers, and wagons.
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HISTORICAL SHOP The Historical Shop is owned and operated by Carey Delery and has been involved in Americana collectibles since 1978 and publish an illustrated catalogue that lists a larger portion of their stock. The Historical Shop website offers only a glimpse of the items available from their inventory of American collectibles. You can find items from Ancient times through the Civil War & everything in between.
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JACK'S CIVIL WAR RELICS Jackís Civil War relics is owned and operated by Mr. Jack Masters. He offers fine quality authentic artifacts of the Civil War.
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JAY TEAGUE'S ANTIQUE HISTORIC ARMS This is a new site operated by my Buddy Jay Teague. I've known him for years and he comes across some great artifacts.
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JIM STANLEY & ASSOCIATES Jim is a great guy from up in Indiana. He has a sharps eye for quality and is very honest. His specialties include excavated and non-excavated buttons & plates, excavated pistols & swords, IDís and corps badges, superb images, great-content soldier letters and other unique, rare & colorful paper.
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MIDDLE TENNESSEE RELICS Mr. Larry Hicklen of Murfreesboro, Tennessee owns and operated a Civil War relic shop next door to the Stones River National Battlefield in Murfreesboro, Tennessee since 1977. You can be assured that all of our items are 100% guaranteed to be absolutely original. Our specialty is museum quality Civil War artifacts, both Union and Confederate items including artillery, swords, rifles, muskets, belt buckles, buttons, currency, images, and documents.
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N.V.R.H.A. FORUM The Northern Virginia Relic Hunters Club is one of the oldest and most respected Civil War organizations in the country. They have regular meetings and promote the preservation of Civil War history and the artifacts. In addition they also hold one of the nationís best Civil War artifact shows every April in Northern Virginia.
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North Mississippi Civil War Relics Here is a new addition to these links. This site is ran by my friends Tony & Lydia Moore. They have a new shop in Burnsville, Mississippi. Stop by the site and when you are in the area, stop by the store. Tell them I sent you.
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PICKET POST

This is a fine site that is run by my friends Bill Henderson and Tim Garrett. They run the Picket Post relic shop in Fredericksburg, Virginia in addition to the Website. They carry many fine uniform buttons and other relics of all descriptions. I have known them for years and they only sell the real deal.


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PORT HUDSON RELICS Port Hudson Relics is owned and operated by Mr. Keith Bauer of Metairie, Louisiana. He carries many different Civil War artifacts from bullets to swords and artillery pieces. Be sure to tell him that we steered you towards his site.
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REBEL RELICS Rebel Relics is based in Smyrna, Tennessee by a good friend of mine that I have known for years, Brian Akins. We started collecting about the same time. Brian has had a world of wonderful artifacts and loves swords. He guarantees all of his artifacts and is always a pleasure to do business with.
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RELICS OF WAR

This is a fantastic new militaria site that belongs to Jack Melton and Mike Kent. it covers original artifacts from not only the Civil War but has a huge assortment of World War items. Tell them we sent you when you stop by.


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RICHARD FERRY MILITARY ANTIQUES This site is ran by a good friend of mine from Florida, Richard Ferry. His knowledge in Confederate artifacts is one of the greatest int he country. His site offfers original artifacts from the Revolutionary war and up. Don't miss this one.
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Robert Coli Civil War Relic Room

My friend, Robert Coli of Virginia has this nice website. Many of the items he offers he actually dug himself. That is a nice addition to a relic. Be sure to tell him where you found the link.


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ROGERS S.C.V. CAMP OF CORINTH MISSISSIPPI This is a link to one of the local S.C.V. Camps in the area. They are located in Corinth, Mississippi and the camp is named after Colonel Rogers of the 1st Texas Infantry. Rogers gave his life in the fierce battle of Corinth.
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SAVING THE SOUTH RELICS

This is a new website that is from 3 new friends in North Carolina. They have some attractive artifacts and seem to be good guys as well. It is definitely worth taking the time to check their site out.


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STONES RIVER TRADING COMPANY Mr. Tom Hays, owner of the Stones River Trading Company, is an asset to the relic collecting community. He works from his home and has a regular shop building at home to have folks stop in. If you are in the Middle Tennessee area, please come by and visit. Tom business is a fine one-man operation, so please check first to be sure heís available before stopping by or enjoy his fine web-site anytime.
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TENN REB GIRL This site is ran by one of the most knowledgeable people I know on Tennessee history, Peggy Dillard. She handles some great pieces of history and is very reliable.
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THE STARKVILLE CIVIL WAR ARSENAL This site is operated by one of my friends in Mississippi that is one of the most knowledgeable men in the country on Civil War Artillery. It is a great site operated a good guy!
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VIRGINIA RELICS Virginia Civil War Relics is owned by Mr. Plez Bagby from Charlottesville, Virginia. Virginia Civil War Relics offers from its inventory a variety of fine excavated and non-excavated civil war relics from many areas of the country where the civil war took place.
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WAR TORN RELICS My Friend Mark Hurley started this website a while back. I have known him for years as a relic hunter and now he is joining the relic selling community. He is great guy so check out his sight.
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WW2 GERMAN HELMETS Here is a fine website from a couple of guys I recently met at the Show of Shows Militaria show in Louisville. They seem to have some great relics of the Second World War. Check them out!
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