DISPLAY BOX OF BULLETS FROM PICKETT’S CHARGE - ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

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Item Code: 173-2194

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Relics recovered on Pickett’s Charge field by local Gettysburg resident John Cullison, who excavated relics on the field from 1935-1959. Cullison sold his collection to the famed Gettysburg Rosensteel family, whole held these relics in their private collection until released in 1996.

Relic box includes:

1 soldier’s spoon

1 hand-made nipple protector made from a lead pistol ball

1 .44caliber pistol ball from Colt Army Revolver

1 soldier’s knife with remnant of wood on handle

1 C.S. Enfield Pritchett bullet

1 Williams Cleaner bullet type II

3 .58 caliber U.S. Minie Balls

1 Spencer .52 caliber bullet with remnant of cartridge base

2 C.S. nose cast .58 caliber Gardner Minie Balls

2 .54 caliber Minie Balls for the Mississippi rifle

1 soldier’s razor blade

1 fired .69 caliber musket ball

1 fired Sharps .52 caliber bullet

3 .58 caliber C.S. Minie Balls.

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