BULLET IN WOOD RECOVERED IN CENTRAL VIRGINIA

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Item Code: 2022-959

Recovered in Central Virginia. Laid on its side the bullet reveals one inch section of flattened .58 cal. minie ball. An attractive, almost artistic, piece of wood, with the grain and horizontal bullet blending nicely. Measures 13” long, 2 ½” wide and 2 ½” high. Solid mantel piece collectible. [jp] [ph:L]

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