BOX OF RELICS RECOVERED FROM MARSH CREEK IN GETTYSBURG

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Item Code: 1054-2832

Nice wooden display box features several items recovered from the Gettysburg Battlefield at the area of Marsh Creek. Relics include – tree root that grew through a knapsack hook; US cartridge box plate; brass company letter “D”; three .69 caliber round balls; a three ring .58 caliber minie ball; pocket knife; lead sabot fragment and US eagle coat button. All items are in good relic condition. Plate retains lead fill and remnants of hooks. Button is missing shank. “D” is missing hooks.

Altogether, this makes a great collection of Gettysburg artifacts.  [sl]

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