This excavated carved Civil War bullet portion was recovered from a campsite in the area of Cedar Creek, VA. and was acquired directly from the Virginia relic digger. Occasionally bullets are recovered with whittle marks or, in rare instances, intricate carvings, hand-crafted by soldiers using their pocket knives just to pass the time. This is the lower portion of what is believed to be a .58 caliber three ring bullet. The rings are distinct with a visible mold seam. Interestingly, on the interior of the base are four unusual marks, possibly grip marks, spaced almost equally apart. Approximately .576 (dia.) x .339 inch. It has an overall white patina and will be an excellent addition to any excavated carved Civil War bullet or general relic collection.
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