Uniform tunic (coat) made with English wool broadcloth and worn to surrender negotiations at Appomattox
Pen made by John Foley
Mexican War saddle
Presentation sword given to him by an anonymous Marylander and worn to surrender at Appomattox
Headquarters flag (first national pattern) made by Mary Custis Lee and daughters and used from June 1862 through the summer of 1863
Saddle blanket (embroidered
General Robert E. Lee's Model 1851 Colt Navy revolver
Locket with hair; loan with insignia star; chatelaine made with a button from Robert E. Lee; mourning shawl
Death tableaux, including (L-R);Wreath Immortelles” used in memorial service, Lexington, Virginia, Spectator Extra, Death of General Robert E. Lee, Staunton, Virginia, October 13, 1870, Plaster death mask made by Clarke Mills, leaves and flowers from Lee's coffin.
Artifact tableaux, including (L-R): Lee's Appomattox coat and sword, Lee's boots and brass spurs, Lee's wartime saddle and saddle blanket, Lee's mess equipment and wooden carrying chest, Lee's camp table made by his African-American mess steward Bryan and used at winter quarters, Orange Court House, Virginia, 1863-1864, Lee's English-made field glasses, Lee's Colt model 1851 Navy revolver, Lee's hat given to him by Rev. J. Clay Stiles, Lee's sword belt and gilt brass Virginia belt plate.