Civil War era bullet mold. Bullet molds were carried by some Civil War soldiers to melt spent lead rounds to make their own ammunition. Bullet molds were used to shape Minie balls. They also provided the conical base and rings around the center of...
Shadowbox containing Spencer bullets, .69 and .58 caliber bullets, pocket knives, and button pieces. All of the materials in the shadowbox were dug at Parkers Crossroads Battlefield in Henderson County, Tennessee.
Collection of items reported to be Civil War relics. The collection includes: 3 cannonball fragments, 1 lock, 3 belt buckles, 1 "three-ringer" bullet, 1 spoon fragment, 1 knife, and fragments of camp lanterns.
Two Gardner bullets which were only made by the Confederacy. Unique bullet and specific to the Confederacy. Fairly rare. Used by Lee's Army of Northern Virginia. An attempt was made to stamp "CS" onto the belt plate which is most likely made of tin.