BOX OF GETTYSBURG RELICS FROM PICKETT’S CHARGE

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Item Code: 173-3438

This display box contains relics found by local Gettysburg resident John Cullison on June 2, 1959 on the grounds of Pickett’s charge and then sold to the Rosensteel family for their museum which eventually became the National Park Visitors Center. The relics were released for sale in 1996.

Box contains the following relics:

4 small fragments from artillery shells

2 sections of lead sabot

Large 18th Century flower button

Dropped Williams Cleaner Type III

Fired .69 round ball

Fired Enfield bullet

3 .58 minie balls, 2 fired and 1 dropped

3 fired .58 round balls

3 dropped CS Gardner bullets

Part of a lead toy soldier

Large bell striker

Display comes with a color copy of the original label with Mr. Cullison’s name and date the relics were purchased from him. [ad]

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