Item #: jsm 009
Civil War soldiers in winter camp often relieved the tedium by carving and whittling their bullets. They also made utilitarian items from bullets--rivets, combs, pencils, game board pieces, etc. Shown here are a few such items recovered by one relic hunter in Virginia over the past several decades. The group includes miniature barrels made from ring-tail Sharps bullets, checker and domino pieces, pencils, and fishing sinkers. Each unique piece is reasonably priced at $12.50 each!
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