TWO US/CS 3” PROJECTILE SHELL FRAGMENTS RECOVERED IN GETTYSBURG

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Item Code: 2022-264

Two shell fragments recovered from an unknown location in Gettysburg.  Fragments were part of a 3” projectile.

Recovered in Gettysburg, what some would consider a turning point in the Civil War.  The battle where the two armies engaged in three long days with casualties on both sides reaching the thousands.  An engagement where not only battlelines were drawn in the fields but raged through the town Gettysburg as well. [mk] [ph:L]

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