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Excavated Cartidges from Civil War Campsites and Battlesites
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Excavated Civil War Henry Rifle Cartridge From Virginia
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This is an excavated authentic metallic cartridge for the .44 caliber Henry Repeating rifle. This is the pattern cartridge listed as figure #161 in McKee & Mason's bullet book under the cartridge section. It has one very nice display side and the other side has some loss to the lead. You can see the strike marks on the base which lets you know that this one misfired which is why the soldier discarded it. This one has NOT been put back together and displays well as you can see. This piece was recovered in Virginia. The price quoted is for the exact excavated Henry rifle cartridge you see pictured. It is an excellent excavated piece of Civil War history!


Item #: B9438
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