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Y829    Fired .69 Three Groove Bullet for Rifled Musket (Triangle Cavity)

Description: Here is an odd fired variant. This is your typical plug cavity .69 three ringer that has been fired. This one clearly has three lands and three grooves. The base has been filled/melted. To me it appears as though the bullet was melted with the tip of a bayonet in the base. Who knows on this one!

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $20.00

Y757     .577 Enfield Bullet

Description: Nice bullet with a clear mold seam on both sides.

Measures:    D .567  L 1.100  C .232

Cavity: Conical

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $15.00

Y734     Excavated 12mm Pinfire Cartridge

Description: Here is a great example of a 12mm pinfire cartridge. This one doesn't have any cracks or issues. The pin is still intact!

Measures:    L 1.031"

Reference: TT#53D Variant

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $25.00 SOLD

Y542     Confederate .69 Gardner Bullet (Shallow Cavity)

Description: Very nice bullet with the slightest flat spot on one side.

Measures:    D .687  L 1.175  C .262

Recovered: Virginia

Price: $110.00

Y417     .54 Confederate Three Grove Bullet for Mississippi Rifle (.54 Selma)

Description: Here is a nice confederate bullet with a nicely trimmed nose. These were once thought to have been a product of the Selma Arsenal but there is no documentation that proves that.

Measures:    D .520  L .994  C .328

Cavity: Rounded Conical

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 4 No. 266

Recovered: Virginia

Price: $25.00

Y415     .54 Confederate Three Grove Bullet for Mississippi Rifle (.54 Selma)

Description: Here is a nice confederate bullet with a nicely trimmed nose. These were once thought to have been a product of the Selma Arsenal but there is no documentation that proves that.

Measures:    D .528  L 1.031  C .326

Cavity: Rounded Conical

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 4 No. 266

Recovered: Virginia

Price: $30.00

Y413     .54 Confederate Three Grove Bullet for Mississippi Rifle (.54 Selma)

Description:  Here is a nice confederate bullet with a nicely trimmed nose. These were once thought to have been a product of the Selma Arsenal but there is no documentation that proves that. This one still has a lot of excess lead which entered the cavity when the bullet was cast.

Measures:    D .535  L 1.012  C .215

Cavity: Rounded Conical (Filled with excess lead)

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 4 No. 266

Recovered: Virginia

Price: $25.00

Y412     .54 Confederate Three Grove Bullet for Mississippi Rifle (.54 Selma)

Description: Here is a nice confederate bullet with a heavily trimmed nose. These were once thought to have been a product of the Selma Arsenal but there is no documentation that proves that. This one is crudely manufactured and has excess lead on the bottom edge. 

Measures:    D .540  L .975  C .300

Cavity: Rounded Conical

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 4 No. 266

Recovered: Virginia

Price: $30.00

Y409     .54 Confederate Three Grove Bullet for Mississippi Rifle (.54 Selma)

Description: Here is a nice confederate bullet with a heavily trimmed nose. These were once thought to have been a product of the Selma Arsenal but there is no documentation that proves that.

Measures:    D .534  L .962  C.324

Cavity: Rounded Conical

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 4 No. 266

Recovered: Virginia

Price: $25.00

Y379     54 Gauge for Deane & Adams Dustbin Cartridge

Description: Excavated .44 for Deane & Adams. This excavated example is missing the wiper which is common on dug examples.

Measures:    D .441  L .739 

Cavity: N/A

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 4 No. 43

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $65.00

Y342     .58 Southern Manufacture (Georgia Troops Conical Cavity / No Teat)

Description: Nice bullet variety without the teat and nice mold seams!

Measures:    D .572  L 1.108  C .304

Cavity: Conical

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $25.00

Y332    60 Bore Sharps Multi-Groove by Gomez & Mills

Description: Nice excavated Sharps multi-groove bullet. This one was clear coated many years ago and still has the tie-ring string around the base!

Measures:    D .460  L .770 

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 2 No. 552

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $80.00

Y310     Confederate .44 Colt Produced at the Richmond Laboratory

Description: Here is a very nice Confederate .44 Colt revolver bullet. These are a little bit different from the typical .44 US Colt Army bullets. This type doesn't have a rebated base and was produced at the Richmond Laboratory. This one still has a lot of dirt in the groove.

Measures:    D .465  L .691  C N/A

Cavity: None

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 4 No. 25

Recovered: Winchester, Virginia

Price: $20.00

Y282     Federal .54 Burnside (Tinned Case)

Description: Here is a bullet that you don't see everyday. This is the late war pattern "pressed" bullet for the Burnside cartridge.

Measures: D .546  L .780  C 147

Recovered: Unknown

Ref: RBTRF Vol. 2 No. 371

Price: $55.00

Y267     .69 Medium Base French Triangle Base Bullet

Description: Here is a tough bullet to get and you won't have to upgrade on this example.

Measures:    D .683  L .965  C .374

Cavity: Triangle

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 4 No. 567

Recovered: Unknown

Price: 95.00

Y231     .56 Sharps Rifle Bullet

Description: Here is an excellent Sharps bullet. This is the harder to find large caliber compared to the common .52.

Measures:    D .576  L 1..050 

Cavity: None

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 2 No. 484

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $22.00

 

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