PATTERN 1839 US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE RECOVERED FROM SHILOH

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Item Code: 819-130

Relic box plate retains lead filling. Plate was recovered on private property near the Shiloh Battlefield. Letter of provenance is included from relic hunter Larry Hicklen who dug this plate.

Shows slight warping. Light verdigris is present in areas. Left side shows a 1” crack. Plate is mounted on a wood plaque with velcro, which could be removed.  [SL]

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