Item Thumbnail Description Price Label Unlisted 3. David The next advance was the Snider bullets. These civil war bullets and civil war relics make great conversation pieces or mount them in their own custom frames. Excellent condition with some leather loss. Note he also provides riker cases and mats for displaying your rarer bullets. Dug 54 Gauge Kerr Revolver Bullet Hayes patent by Eley.
It is 100% legal to own and 100% authentic. Culp's Hill is one of the most famous spots on the Gettysburg battlefield. Ammunition factory set up at the former School of the Deaf, Dumb and Blind. A Civil War Officer's best friend. Just above the top ring notice the faint shoulder; its faint but its there and all the way around this bullet. The 12 buck balls are meticulously tied in 4 layers of three. Scarce bullet used predominately by the Confederacy for their English imported Kerr Revolvers.
The bullet in this display was found on Seminary Ridge near Lee's Headquarters. The plate has a beautiful battlefield pick-up look with a brown patina on the front. Very nice condition the fuse can still be removed and the threads are easily turned. We will pick out the best one for you. Also included is an impressive archive of research with war records, pension records, newspaper articles, certified marriage certificate and much more. This one is not perfect, but still retains its shape and profile nicely, with a good mostly off white patina.
Model 1816 muskets converted from flint to percussion would have been using. If in the event you are unsure of what you have, please feel free to contact me for information. Also see our listing for Pickett's Charge bullets in collectors boxes. The ball you receive will not be the exact same one in the photo. The next day saw even heavier fighting, as the Confederates attacked the Federals on both left and right. This knife is Civil War period but was also produced after the Civil War so it is impossible to date exactly.
All above applies to U. One of our most popular sets! Dug Vandenburg Volley Gun Bullet. Raleigh Arsenal Rifle Bullet or Shotgun Slug. Rare bullet found only in Trans-Mississippi Theatre. These bullets are most often dug from the Shiloh, Tennessee area.
The patina is a light white color. Also note when browsing our web site there are several pages of items, at the bottom of the list look for other page numbers. A fantastic early pick-up Civil War shoulder scale from a very historical location. This is a nice dropped. The double ring bulls-eye is faint but it is there.
The capped nose is much easier to see than my photo shows. Recovered from the Gettysburg battlefield before it was National Park and is 100% legal to own. Most Gardner explosive rounds were dug around Chancelorsville and Gettysburg. This type doesn't have a rebated base and was produced at the Richmond Laboratory. The tree was removed from the battlefield by tree cutters and we obtained the wood legally from this source. Also note when browsing our web site there are several pages of items, at the bottom of the list look for other page numbers. These came from the Confederate line near the North Carolina Monument and McMillan's Woods area.
Also note when browsing our web site there are several pages of items, at the bottom of the list look for other page numbers. Please see our other Gettysburg battlefield collectors sets available on our web site. To my knowledge there is no proof these were made there. Ha the original metal carrying case. Each display will vary slightly. Excellent condition with some leather loss.
Ammunition factory set up at the former School of the Deaf, Dumb and Blind. Very nice early pick up Pre-National Park both hooks are still intact. 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. Including a great staff officer's button see photos In the tradition of Woodward and Goode this desk set is a much newer version. This rare bullet has one nice display side and is scarred on the other. These bullets are most often dug from the Shiloh, Tennessee area.