Bullet, Button, & Artillery Relic Display - Petersburg Campaign


This display includes six excavated Civil War relics all recovered from various areas of the Petersburg, VA campaign all of which were acquired directly from the relic hunter who kept detailed records of his finds. Included in the case (clockwise upper left) is a .69 caliber musket ball, a .58 caliber type III Williams cleaner bullet, an artillery iron canister shot, a .58 caliber 3-ring Minie ball, a Federal general service eagle coat button and a Confederate .52 caliber Sharps Carbine long bullet. These relics are all listed and described on the rear of the display indicating the item, date, and location of recovery. A close up image of this list is included in the additional images. They are nicely displayed and labeled in a 5-1/4 x 6-1/4 x 3/4 inch glass top display case which will be included. The items are held in place by the pressure of the glass top resting upon the items and the rear felt covered batting material. The case and its glass top are secured by straight pins on either side of the box. This bullet, button, and artillery relic collection will be an excellent display for any office, den, or family room, and will also be a great gift for the American history buff.

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