Bullet Embedded in Brushwood


A Fine Battlefield Relic

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A Civil War Minié ball fired from a rifle musket, embedded in a chunk of brushwood; probably either a .57 caliber Enfield or a .58 caliber Springfield; 3 rings are visible. 

These relics are seldom seen in the marketplace; this is a particularly good example and quite displayable, with the Minié ball solidly embedded.  

In excellent condition; with handwritten label identifying this as from the Fredericksburg battlefield. 

(Battlefield Relic). Bullet embedded in Brushwood; Minié ball fired from a rifle musket, embedded in a  tree branch measuring 4 1/2″ x 1 1/2″.

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