This excavated .36 caliber double cavity bullet mold is constructed of brass and iron and was recovered from the Bermuda Hundred, VA area. The action of the brass arms and its iron sprue cutter still work well enough to produce bullets and balls. The small screw that adjusts movement of the sprue cutter is missing, however the cutter still moves. Both the bullet and round ball wells measure approximately .37 inches in diameter. The length of the entire mold is approximately five inches. No repairs.
A similar example can be found in the following Civil War relic reference book:
A scan of the above page is included in the additional images.
This mold will be an excellent addition to any Civil War firearm, campsite or general relic collection.
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