2 bullets from the Ohlinger Estate

with his hand-written provenances

1: Musket ball recovered from

    Devil's Den at Gettysburg

2: Minie ball from 20th Maine

    atop Little Round Top

July 2, 1863

 

2 bullets from Central Virginia,

one carved like fish

one with 2 attempts to pull

 

Bullet hammered to make a

lead pencil; Confederate camp

near Centerville VA

 

Over-rammed bullet, April 2--9, 1865

Spanish Fort/Fort Blakely AL

Selma Lube Groove, CSA Enfield .577

 

Carved fishing weight from bullet

7 Days Battles, June25-July 1, 1862

 

Harpers Ferry Sept. 12-14, 1862

 

Two .54 caliber bullets found by

Cousin Jim  on Maryland Heights

on the way to Solomon's Gap

From the 1841 model rifle called

the "Mississippi Rifle"

 

Bullet carved into a chess piece

in Fredericksburg VA between

Dec. 11 '62-May 3 '63

 

 

Two .54 caliber bullets found by

Cousin Jim  on Maryland Heights

on the way to Solomon's Gap

From the 1841 model rifle called

the "Mississippi Rifle"

 

Bullet carved into a chess piece

in Fredericksburg VA between

Dec. 11 '62-May 3 '63

 

 

3 field fired bullets from the

Battle of Kennesaw Mtn. GA

June 27, 1864

 

.54 caliber Sharps carbine

found by Cousin Jim in a camp

at Charles Town

 

Wormed musket ball from

Antietam MD

September 17, 1862

 

Perfect high-impact/mushroomed

bullet from Central VA

 

 

3 field fired bullets from the

Battle of Kennesaw Mtn. GA

June 27, 1864

 

.54 caliber Sharps carbine

found by Cousin Jim in a camp

at Charles Town

 

Wormed musket ball from

Antietam MD

September 17, 1862

 

Perfect high-impact/mushroomed

bullet from Central VA

 

.58 caliber minie ball from

Appomattox VA

April 9, 1865

 

2 percussion caps dug at

Gettysburg PA

July 1-3, 1863

 

.58 caliber minie ball from

Appomattox VA

April 9, 1865

 

2 percussion caps dug at

Gettysburg PA

July 1-3, 1863

 

.58 caliber called the Harpers

Ferry bullet, found by Cousin

Jim at Halltown (near Rion Hall)

 

2 haversack hooks found in the

West Woods (where Jonathon

was) at Antietam

Sept. 17, 1862

 

Confederate flat button dug

at Gettysburg

July 1-3, 1863

 

Confederate blow-through bullet,

tip exploded & burst outward

Central Virginia

 

Civil War surgeon's bullet probe

with an eye to pull a piece of linen

thru the body: silver plate over brass

 

.58 caliber called the Harpers

Ferry bullet, found by Cousin

Jim at Halltown (near Rion Hall)

 

2 haversack hooks found in the

West Woods (where Jonathon

was) at Antietam

Sept. 17, 1862

 

Confederate flat button dug

at Gettysburg

July 1-3, 1863

 

Confederate blow-through bullet,

tip exploded & burst outward

Central Virginia

 

Civil War surgeon's bullet probe

with an eye to pull a piece of linen

thru the body: silver plate over brass

 

 

 

.58 caliber from the battle of

Shiloh April 6-7, 1862

with marks from forceps to remove

it from a wounded soldier. Is the only

bullet I have I know for sure hit someone.

 

Confederate canister ball for a 6 lb round

Diameter 1.17": would be 27 of these

packed into a tin & surrounded with sawdust.

Mumma Farm, Antietam Sept. 17, 1862

Found in the 1960's

 

Pulled then carved bullet (poss. .58)

Confederate camp south of Harpers

Ferry near Hall town

 

5 attempts made to pull bullet

Sayler's Creek VA during Lee's

retreat to Appomattox 4-6-65

 

 

Confederate canister ball for a 6 lb round

Diameter 1.17": would be 27 of these

packed into a tin & surrounded with sawdust.

Mumma Farm, Antietam Sept. 17, 1862

Found in the 1960's

 

Pulled then carved bullet (poss. .58)

Confederate camp south of Harpers

Ferry near Hall town

 

5 attempts made to pull bullet

Sayler's Creek VA during Lee's

retreat to Appomattox 4-6-65

 

Bowl portion of a soldier's

clay pipe

 

Piece of a soldier's harmonica reed

 

Bullet carved into shape of

a fish...Virginia

 

2 soldier's clay marbles

 

2-hole bone  underwear button

Back half of a Union coat button

Black Gutta Percha button made

by the India Rubber Co. (Goodyear)

 

1860's playing card: no numbers

in the corners.

 

Wormed (pulled)

Union bullet found by Cousin Jim

on the SW side of Charlestown WV

on The Hill Farm, Berryville Pike

 

2-hole bone  underwear button

Back half of a Union coat button

Black Gutta Percha button made

by the India Rubber Co. (Goodyear)

 

1860's playing card: no numbers

in the corners.

 

Wormed (pulled)

Union bullet found by Cousin Jim

on the SW side of Charlestown WV

on The Hill Farm, Berryville Pike