US MODEL 1863 CAVALRY BIT RECOVERED FROM WAYNESBORO, PA

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Item Code: 286-315

Excavated Model 1863 cavalry bit. Bit measures 5” wide x 9” inches long. It retains the bottom cross bar and both rings. No curb chain or brass bosses. Rusty relic condition, but very stable and no surface flaking. Recovered from a farm in Waynesboro, PA. This was the Confederate retreat route from Gettysburg.  [jet]

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