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All Dug Battlefield and camp relics have been recovered from private property with owner's permission.

Civil War Shot and Shell Relics
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.31 Caliber Two Cavity Bullet Mold-Unmarked As Far As I Can See-Bullets Measure 0.316 For The Round Ball And 0.324 For The Elongated Ball



Single Cavity .40 Caliber Round Ball Mold-Cavity Measures 0.394-Marked 115



Super Rare .54 Caliber Delvigne Rifle Bullet Brass Mold-Named After The French Inventor Henri-Gustave Delvigne, Who Was Insrumental In The Development Of The Elongated Ball Ammunition-This is The Solid Base Variant As There Is A Variant With A Cylindro-Truncated Cavity-A Very Few Specimens Have Been Found In Early War Confederate Camps-I Have Also Cast A Bullet From This Mold And Will Go To Its New Caretaker 



Very Cool Martially Marked .36 Cal Colt Navy Bullet Mold-Marked With The Initials Of CPT. William Anderson Thornton-Also Stamped S, 4, and C-Ex. Senator Charles Ford Collection  



Real Nice .54 Cal MIssissippi Rifle Bullet Mold-Double U.S. Marked-Ex. George Moller Collection 



Very Nice Colt 3rd Model Dragoon .44 Cal Bullet Mold-Left Leg Is Marked "L"-Ex. Senator Charles Ford Collection 



Uncommon .36 Caliber Remington New Model Police Bullet Mold-Sprue Cutter Screw Is Loose And Is Probobly A Replacement-Bullet Mold Is Identified In The Book "Molds For Remington Percussion Revolvers and Rifles" By D.F. Willford, Jr.  



Pistol Box

Federal Pistol Cartridge Box-Interesting On The Front Flap Either A 3rd Corps Badge Or Could Also Be A Signal Flag-One Belt Loop Is Missing As Well As The Closure Tab-Cool Piece With A Personal Touch



cap pouch

U.S. Percussion Cap Pouch-Has a Small Repair On The Closure Tab That You can See From The Back-Other Than That A Solid Piece



Super Cool ID'ed Christian Song Book-Written All In Old German-Belonged To Herman G. Doering-Originally Enlisted April 29th 1861 In Co. B 21st PVI 3 Month Regiment- Then Joined Co. B 98th PVI January 5th 1864-Sadly He Was MIA In The Battle Of The Wilderness May 6th 1864



Cavalry Carbine Cartridge Box-Maker Marked J. Davy & Co. Newark N.J.-In Very Good Condition Except For Flap Over Tool Pouch Which Leather IS Grazed-Wood Block Is Present-All Loops And Buckles Are Present-Front Has 2 Holes Which Originally For some Type Of Attachment-Great Box And Getting Harder To Find In This Condition