RARE .58 CALIBER “RALEIGH” BULLET – ROULETTE FARM, ANTIETAM

$150.00 ON HOLD

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Item Code: 2022-2170

Here is a decent, fired example of the rarest size of the Confederate Raleigh pattern bullet.  With typical raised bands and pointy nose, but in .58 caliber. Manufactured at the North Carolina Institute for the Deaf, the Dumb, and the Blind in Raleigh and only used by North Carolina troops. Previously known to collectors as a “Carcano” bullet.

Nice “dug” specimen with white/gray patina overall and a few small dings.

Recovered from the Roulette Farm on the Antietam battlefield by a father and son who had permission from the owners prior to being acquired by the NPS. The Roulette Farm borders the Sunken Road / Bloody Lane.  [jet] [ph:jet]

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