BULLET IN WOOD FROM GETTYSBURG, DANNER MUSEUM COLLECTION

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This is a chunk of old tree with a fired bullet embedded recovered at Gettysburg.  Piece is approximately 4” x 3” x 1 ½”.  Originally from the Danner Museum collection, this item came from the Sedgwick G.A.R. Post #42 collection of the Lebanon County Historical Society.  Type of bullet cannot be determined.  Museum reference number on back.  This is a rock-solid piece of wood, no rot or soft areas.  [jet]

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