Slavery Related Relics

Slave tag #145, copper, 'Porter', 1822. All tags are stamped 'Charleston' at the top. Holed for suspension.....$2500

This is Slave tag #283, copper, 'Mechanic' 1825. This tag was excavated in Catholic Hill, S.C......$2500

Slave tag #1222, copper, 'Servant', 1840, framed and matted.....SOLD

Slave tag #399, copper, 'Porter', 1833.....SOLD

Slave tag #1647, copper, 'Servant', 1849.....$1250

Slave tag #742, copper, 'Porter', 1856.....$2000

Slave tag #384, copper, 'Porter', 1843.....$2500

Slave tag #496, copper, 'Servant', 1839.....SOLD

RB1)1863 Liberty & No Slavery token.....$125

RB2)W.W. Wilber, Slave Auctioneer token, Charleston, S.C., 1846.....SOLD

RB3) This box includes one half of a Porter tag from 1819. Also, one quarter of a Porter tag from Charleston. Also includes one "T. Porter" button. T. Porter was a dealer of slave clothing. Both tags have "far" (the last letters in Lafar) on the reverse.....SOLD

RB4) Slave tag #256, 'Charleston' 1843, 'Servant' with a "T. Porter (Slave Deater)" button (for slave clothing).....$SOLD

RB5) Piece of slave tag showing 'Charleston' and "No." plus dug medallion .....SOLD

RB6) W.W.Wilbur, Slave Auctioneer token, Charleston, S.C., 1846. Token is holed for suspension.....$150

Slave shackles and key. Note that in the middle of the lock there is a crudely punched hole. This is not from rust or accident but purposely punched to gain access to the bottom of the pin in order to push out thus freeing the slave.....$800

Slave iron, spiked neck collar.....$750

Slave iron, spiked neck collar (or possibly animal collar).....$750

Slave iron, hinged neck collar.....$1650

Slave ID neck shackle, iron with lock and linked chain.....$1550

Fluted brass or copper tag neck chain found at the old slave quarters at 'Heyward Plantation' in Pocotaligo, South Carolina.....$SOLD

T2)Token with inscription "Am I Not A Woman & A Sister?", 1838.....$125

T3)Token with inscription "May Slavery & Oppression Cease Throughout the World".....$125

African beads, matted and framed along with exerpts from "Harpers Weekly" newspaper.....$225

African shave carving of black man. Handcarved in the Belgium Congo in 1927, museum quality, exotic wood, 16" tall.....$2500

Large pair of shackles.....$475

Pair of large ivory beads used in the African Slave Trade.....$225

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