BULLET IN WOOD FROM GETTYSBURG, DANNER MUSEUM COLLECTION

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Item Code: R22452

This is a chunk of old tree with a fired bullet embedded recovered at Gettysburg. Piece is approximately 6” x 3” x 2”.  Originally from the Danner Museum collection, this item came from the Sedgwick G.A.R. Post #42 collection of the Lebanon County Historical Society.  Bullet is embedded deep within wood with the path of the bullet evident. Exact type of bullet cannot be determined, but the bullet cavity is visible.  Museum reference number on back. This is a rock-solid piece of wood, no rot or soft areas.  [jet]

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