It was an old theory that it was filled with powder and a fuse in the bottom. In the Rifle Volunteer matches of the early 1860s he one several prizes and money. This relic was recovered on a the Chancellorsvil le Battlefield decades ago on an area that was at the time Private Property so it is 100% legal and 100% authentic. It is in very good dug condition. The base and nose are in good condition as well.
Note crude plug cavity with a hole in the middle. This is a typical patina for bullets dug near the Marshall, Texas area as this bullet was. An outstanding archive of material for the advanced Gettysburg collector. Legendary Relic Hunter, Author, and historian Dean Thomas had permission to hunt the part an area near the church that was private property now it is owned by the National Park so there will never be any more relics coming from this area. A historic museum piece, A well documented authentic example from Petersburg. These were once thought to have been a product of the Selma Arsenal but there is no documentation that proves that.
This is the tall pattern of a Greene which is a much harder to find than a regular Greene. Culp's Hill is one of the most famous spots on the Gettysburg battlefield. Some are fired some dropped. The molds were numbered to the guns. What we know for sure is that they are Confederate, associated with Texas Troops, are from early war sites and are rare. This section features a variety of these distinct bullets that were produced there for the North Carolina State Troops. Confederate Belgium minie recovered from the Confederate battle line here at Stones River by Arnold Alexander.
This one has a nice mostly white patina with several areas of encrusted dirt still on it. These two excellent examples were recovered from Army of Tennessee 1862 - 1863 winter camps along Duck River near Shelbyville, Tennessee. This one has a few chips around the base. The double ring bulls-eye is faint but it is there. It retains its original green paint and white letters.
It features a train and a slave working in the fields dated 1862. The bullet will come in a 6 x 8 case with a war time map of Antietam showing troop movements and Dunker Church will be circled in red. Shot Bullet from The Battle of Bull Run in Matted Display Case On July 21, 1861, Union and Confederate armies clashed near Manassas Junction, Virginia, in the first major land battle of the American Civil War. We will be listing some nice items picked up there. Both hooks are broken but it looks great, in excellent condition.
A very historic recovery location and a very nice looking plate. As you can see, these cartridges are made similar to the Enfield and Tower patterns. Sharps, Spencer, Burnside, German Suhl, Colt Revolving Rifle, and Maynard. This is a huge bullet. Please see our other Gettysburg battlefield collectors sets available on our web site. This one is missing the lid which is common on these old crates.
Recovered Pre-National Park and is 100% Legal and 100% authentic. The cavity is a cone. The pin is still intact! Art and mat color may vary. Both these nice artifacts were recovered from the 1863 winter camp of the 8th Texas Cavalry located near Unionville, Tennessee. Also note when browsing our web site there are several pages of items, at the bottom of the list look for other page numbers.
Don't miss this unique opportunity. Framed display of several Civil War relics excavated from campsites used during the Civil War. Most likely used in the Colt Root Revolver. We have just a few of these notes and will select the best one from our current inventory. There is a text mark on the handle but it is unreadable.
This is a typical patina for bullets dug near the Marshall, Texas area as this bullet was. With the amount of great bullets on the market today, precise measurements have been recalculated on 99. Considered by most historians the bloodiest single day in the Civil War. Also note when browsing our web site there are several pages of items, at the bottom of the list look for other page numbers. The patina is a light white color.
Tall Rubber Cased Smith Carbine Bullet dug in one of Gen. Civil War in the West Yeilds Rare Bullets. This will be a very nice compliment to display with your pretty Maynard Carbine. These are a little bit different from the typical. Cash is not recommended but I do accept it. Legendary Relic Hunter, Author, and historian Dean Thomas had permission to hunt the part of West Woods that was private property now it is owned by the National Park so there will never be any more relics coming from this area. All Gettysburg relics were recovered before it was National Park and are 100% legal to own.