SHARPS CARBINE BULLET IN WOOD FROM REYNOLDS’ WOODS

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Item Code: 236-741

Offered here is a small portion of wood with a .52 caliber Sharps carbine bullet embedded. This is all that remains of a tree that stood in Reynolds Woods during the battle on July 1, 1863, when the bullet was fired at the advancing Confederates.

Piece measures approximately 1.5” x 1.25” overall. Sharps bullet is clearly visible. Recovered by Dean Thomas in 1960s.  [jet][ph:L]

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