US / CS 4.52” 12-POUNDER SOLID SHOT FROM GETTYSBURG

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Item Code: R22626

This is a relic cannon ball recovered from Wolf Hill. The projectile comes with an attractive wood display base and a letter from the man who recovered the relic (a well-known local collector).  Portion of the accompanying letter reads, “This ball was located by me, buried at the base of a large rock on the Redding Farm (also known as Wolf Hill) adjacent to the scene of battle in Gettysburg, PA on July 1-3, 1863.” He goes on to give the date of the find and sign the letter.

The cannon ball is in excavated, relic condition but has no deep pitting. The ball has been cleaned and coated.  The iron is in very stable condition.   [jet]

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