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Excavated Cartidges from Civil War Campsites and Battlesites
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Original .56 Caliber Spencer Carbine Cartridge Found at Wilson's Cavalry Camp
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This is an original metallic cartridge for the Civil War Spencer Repeating Cavalry Carbine or rifle. The cartridge is the correct .56 caliber which would have fit the model 1860 Spencer repeating rifle or carbine. It is a great excavated artifact from the famous Spencer repeater. This piece was recovered in the area of the the Camp of Union General Wilson's Cavalry at Gravelly Springs, Alabama. He had over 20,000 cavalrymen camped there during the winter of 1864. This one has a couple of holes in one side but still displays well as you can see. The price quoted is for the exact excavated Spencer Carbine cartridge you see pictured.


Item #: C1243
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