Lot 450
Civil War Era Personal Effects
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
To include: a spring operated brass fleam for medicinal bleeding, marked Snowden of Philadelphia; a lead-filled brass trunk plate engraved "R. A. Harrison / Forestville No. Ca." (2 x 3-1/4 in.); percussion boot pistol, iron hardware with walnut grips; a deck of 52 "Great Mogul" playing cards; a pair of handcuffs; folding camp lamp with candle, the case with stencil reading "Minor's Patent, Jan 24th 1865"; a British compartmentalized document case of leather and cardboard with brass lock and key.

Private North Carolina Civil War Collection

The consignor's notes state that the Harrison trunk plate was recovered at Antietam.

Overall good estate condition; the boot pistol does not function.