BULLET IN WOOD RECOVERED AT FREDERICKSBURG, VA

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Item Code: 490-5914

Excavated remains of a tree with a bullet fired into it.  An undetermined bullet is partially visible. Wood was split in two to expose the bullet, re-glued in place to give it a “clam shell” appearance. Wood measures 3” long x 1.5” wide x 1 ½”.  Wood remains stable and is uncoated. Affixed to a 5 ¼” x 3 ¼” piece of wood to make a nice display.

Recovered from Fredericksburg, VA.   [ld][ph:L]

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