Here are a Couple of Melted .69 Caliber Three-Ringers ! This pair was either discarded or dropped near the campfire, or else were the first examples someone tried to form with a cold bullet mold. Either way they are still mostly there and make a cool display. Both have a mostly white patina, though the one on the left shows some rust stain on one side. Two Neat Bullets Recovered near Jenkins’ Ferry, Arkansas !
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Three Nice Dropped Sharps Carbine Bullets
Here are Three Nice Dropped .52 Caliber Sharps Carbine Bullets ! They each have a nice mostly white patina with no digger damage, and a couple still have dirt on them. The bases have the small shallow holes at the center. Three Good Dropped Sharps Carbine Bullets recovered at Duvall's Bluff, Arkansas !
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Super Nice .36 Caliber Savage Navy Revolver Bullet
Here is a Super Nice MM126 Savage Navy Revolver Bullet ! It is just about a perfect drop showing no digger damage whatsoever. The whole bullet has a nice mostly white patina with no flakes or chips and retains its shape perfectly. There is a tiny molding flaw consisting of a tiny round hole on the base. Just a Superfine example of an Uncommon Savage Revolver Bullet. Recovered near Pea Ridge, Arkansas.
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Here is an Unusual Short Little .54 Caliber Minie !It has 3 fairly pronounced rings that sweep up, and a deep conical cavity. The crude cavity walls are quite eccentric, thick on one side and thin on the other. The bullet measures about .895 of an inch tall by .535 diameter. It has a dark brown woodsy patina that is actually much slicker than it appears in my picture. I have personally only ever excavated these little bullets in one of Confederate General Thomas Hindman’s camps south of Prairie Grove, Arkansas, but this one was recovered by Chris Whitehead at Prairie Grove. A Neat Unusual Little Confederate .54 Caliber Minie!
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Nice MM329 Plug Base .69 Caliber Minie Bullet
Here is a Nice MM329 Plug Base .69 Caliber Minie Bullet !
It's got a chalky white patina, with a few minor chips here and there
but no digger damage at all. Very deep plug base. This bullet looks
much better in hand, than it does in my pictures. Recovered US
Camp NW Arkansas.
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Nice Dropped Pair of MM8 Unknown Carbine Bullets
Here is a Nice Pair of Dropped MM8Unknown Carbine Bullets ! Both have a mostly white patina with no digger dinks or damage, and were recovered near Duvall’s Bluff, Arkansas. They each mic out at between .535 and .540 A Nice Displaying Pair of Carbine Bullets !
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Super Nice "Slick" Unlisted .54 Caliber 3-Ringer
Here is a Very Nice Unlisted .54 Caliber 3-Ring Minie !
It's got a real nice mostly white/brown patina, and though it didn't
come thru in my pictures, it's a very slick almost glossy patina,
like we often dig in woods. Nice upward slant rings and pointed
nose with extremely thick cavity walls and deep conical cavity.
Bullet mics out about .530 diameter by .983 tall. An Excellent
Condition Unlisted Bullet !
Nice MM371 Confederate .577 Salvaged Lead
Here is a Nice MM371 Confederate Salvaged Lead Bullet !
It's got a nice mostly white patina, with no digger damage. Bullet
mics out about .563 diameter by 1.075 tall. These are actually
.577 caliber for Enfield Rifle. Nice Example of a Confederate
Nice MM99 .36 Caliber "Teardrop" Bullet & Unlisted .30 Caliber Springfield or Warner Bullet
Here are a Pair of Nice Dropped Pistol Bullets ! On the left is a MM99 .36 Caliber “Teardrop” Bullet, and on the right a .30 Caliber metallic cartridge bullet likely for the little Springfield Arms Co. or James Warner Revolvers. Both bullets have a nice white patina and no digger damage. Two Nice Civil War Pistol Bullets recovered near Jenkins’ Ferry, Arkansas !
Nice Williams Regulation Bullet & Large Poker Chip
Here is a Giant Soldier Made Lead Poker Chip ! It measures almost 1.75 inches in diameter or silver dollar size, and has a tiny hole right at the center. It might have also been somebody starting on a replacement for a spur rowel. It comes with a nice dropped MM352 Pistol Carbine bullet, also known as a Williams Regulation bullet. Both were recovered near Duvall’s Bluff, Arkansas. Two Nice Lead Relics !