ATTRACTIVE OCTAGONAL WOOD CASE WITH RELICS FROM ANTIETAM CAMPAIGN

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Here is a wood display case, octagonal, 12” x 12” with fine tan wood tone. Inside are relics recovered Antietam, Fox’s Gap, and Crampton’s Gap.

A fine dropped specimen of a .69 caliber “Belgian” bullet made in North Carolina is from Fox’s Gap. The fight at Crampton’s Gap is represented by three bullets: fired Enfield, melted Enfield, and a dropped Williams Patent, type II bullet. The relics from Antietam battlefield are a three-arm Austrian musket tool (with label “Antietam E. Woods 10/59”), a very fine Eagle Breast Plate (hooks rusted off), and a North Carolina coat button (no shank).

A nice display of relics from the Antietam Campaign.  [jet][ph:L]

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