Choose your favorite magnet from a large selection of Civil War themes.

Museum of the Confederacy Appomattox Colors of the Gray Magnet

Colors of the Gray Magnet

White ceramic magnet with the Museum of the Confederacy - Appomattox's Colors of the Gray logo.

$4.95
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Civil War Sesquicentennial Magnet

Civil War Sesquicentennial Magnet

Lenticular magnet displays an American flag and a Confederate flag crossed behind a shield with 150th on it. The background shifts from grey to blue to red as you move the magnet. 3 x 2.5.

$3.95
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Confederate Flag Magnet

Confederate Flag Magnet

Lenticular magnet displays a worn Confederate flag that appears to be flying as you move the magnet. On the back, a brief description of the flag and its importance to the Confederacy. 3 x 2.5.

$3.99
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Robert E. Lee Lenticlular Magnet

Robert E. Lee Lenticlular Magnet

Lenticular magnet varies between showing Robert E. Lee as a young soldier and Lee as a Confederate General in the last years of his life. The latter also displays his signature. The back has a brief description of Lee. 2.5 x 3.

$3.99
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The Civil War Virginia Magnet

The Civil War Virginia Magnet

Magnet measures 3.25 x 2.25.

$4.00
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Confederate Battle Flag Magnet

Confederate battle flag magnet. 2 x 2 square.

$4.00
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Civil War Rosette Magnet

Rosette Magnet

Replica of a very rare Rosette, (two bullets that impacted point-to-point in battle), from the artifacts at the Museum of the Confederacy.

$6.95
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Confederate General P. G. T. Beauregard's Le Mat Revolver Magnet

Gen P. G. T. Beauregard's Le Mat Revolver Magnet

The Le Mat Revolver owned by General P. G. T. Beauregrd, (CSA), is in the collection of the Museum of the Confederacy and you can now own the magnet with a true representation of this magnificent weapon.

$5.95
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General Robert E. Lee Magnet

General Robert E. Lee Magnet

This beautiful magnet is a true representation of Gen. Robert E. Lee standing before the home in which he lived in Richmond, Va. A Museum of the Confederacy exclusive. Ceramic with gold trim, 2.4 x1.8 x .25

$5.95
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