Treasure Shop

See The Treasure Shop Catalog To View Items For Sale From The 1866 Baltic Shipwreck

Hello and welcome to the Treasure Shop. Here in the Treasure Shop you will be able to view civil war era shipwreck antiques and collectibles for sale in the treasure shop catalogue, various pieces of porcelain, china, glassware, smoking pipes and other pottery recovered from the 1866 shipwreck “Baltic”. This Brig was on her way from New York to Galveston Texas after returning from Europe and clearing customs in New York when she was caught and sunk in the great Bahamian hurricane of October 1st 1866.

A number of the recovered items were auctioned at Sloan Galleries in Miami, Florida but there are still pieces available for purchase that had not been identified and dated at that time. The Baltic was also carrying medical supplies, inks, smoking pipes, writing materials and food stuffs for the many Civil war soldiers waiting at the port of Galveston Texas to be mustered out of the Confederate army at the end of the Civil war.  Civil war era shipwreck antiques and collectibles for sale.

Below please find an article from the NewsJournal Fall of 2013

Published by Early American Pattern Glass Society

Explaining the identification and history of our Cape Cod Glass “Hamilton With Leaf”Butter Dish recovered from the 1866 Shipwreck “Baltic”

EAPG Journal Cover

EAPG Article NewsJournal_Fall_2013.pdf_10-11

 

 

 

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