DISPLAY CASE OF RELICS RECOVERED NEAR FORT HARRISON AT RICHMOND, VA. BY WENDELL LANG, JR.

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This relic grouping consists of a total of 16 items recovered by legendary Civil War relic hunter and historian Wendell Lang, Jr. Items are from a temporary gravesite on Turkey Run Island in the James River east of Richmond, VA. All artifacts are excavated and shown in a wood display case.* Grouping consists of a single M1826 breastplate, three Federal eagle 'shield' buttons, a single Federal eagle "I" officer's button, one fired minie ball, four pieces of leather fragments, a small iron four-hole button, and the remains of five various buttons too rusted to discern. Minie exhibits a coating of rough white oxidation from exposure to the air. *Note: Display case comes with the bullets.

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