Here are Three of the Nicest Dug .69 Caliber 3-Ringers you will find ! All three are near perfect drops, with good mostly white patina, no period dinks, and no digger damage. The cavity walls still retain their circular shape nicely as does the body of each bullet. The middle bullet still retains dirt from when it was excavated. Recovered at a camp on Sugar Creek, associated with the Pea Ridge Arkansas Campaign. Three Super Nice Dropped .69 Caliber Minies !
Five Nice Dropped .58s From Prairie Grove, Arkansas
Here are Five Super Nice Dropped .58 Caliber 3-Ringers ! All five have a nice mostly white patina with few if any period dinks and no digger damage. All have cavity walls that have retained their shape well, as have the bodies of the bullets. These were recovered near the Prairie Grove, Arkansas, Battlefield. Five Excellent Dropped .58 Caliber Minies !
$20 plus shipping
Nice Dropped Nose-cast .58 Caliber Minie
Here is a Super Slick Dug Nose Cast .58 Caliber Minie ! It measures about .575 diameter by 1.055 tall. The entire bullet has a nice almost snowy white patina with no digger dinks or damage anywhere. It has a deep conical cavity and fairly thick cavity walls, as well as the prominent sprue on the nose. Just about as perfect a dug nose cast minie as you could ask for ! Recovered near Prairie Grove, Arkansas.
$10 plus shipping
Nice "Foreign Mold" Looking .577 Three-Ring Minie
Here is a Very Nice Dropped 3-Ring Minie for .577 Rifle ! I’m not positive which MM number this is. It almost has a “foreign mold” look to it, but also somewhat resembles MM400. It’s definitely for .577 as it mics out at about .568-.570 diameter by 1.035 tall. It has a nice mostly white patina with one chip on the bottom of the cavity walls, but no digger damage. The cavity walls are quite thick and the conical cavity medium depth. Much more snowy white in hand. A Fine Dug .577 Bullet ! Recovered Prairie Grove, Arkansas.
$8 plus shipping
Nice Dropped .50 Caliber Gallager Carbine Bullet
Here is a Nice Dropped .50 Caliber Gallager Carbine Bullet ! It shows a nice white patina with no digger dinks or damage. The lead composition in these Gallager bullets must not be pure, as they are often dug in a crumbling state, not retaining their profile very well, but this one does. Recovered Cross Timber Hollows. A Fine Dropped Gallager Carbine Bullet !
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Here are Three Nice Dropped MM479 “Bartholow” Bullets for Army Revolver !All three have a good white patina with no digger dinks or damage and a couple still have some dirt on them. These were all recovered in a Union Camp near Pea Ridge, Arkansas. Three Nice Bartholow Bullets !
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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.
$20 plus shipping
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!
$25 plus shipping
Super Nice MM538 Williams Cleaner Bullet Type II
Here is a Super Nice Dug MM538 Williams Cleaner Type II Bullet ! The Type II is less common than the shorter Type III often seen. This one is a near perfect drop showing no digger damage, great definition on the rings and a super nice mostly white patina. I originally said this was recovered in Cross Timber Hollows near the Arkansas/Missouri State Line, but the digger Chris Whitehead straightened me out, saying he recovered this one at Fort Powhatan, Virginia. A Super Nice Williams Type II Cleaner Bullet !
$8 plus shipping
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 !
$18 plus shipping
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.
$12 plus shipping
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
Here's a partially carved 3-ringer, that looks like the soldier was working on making a chess pawn ! Bullet has a nice white patina, with a still mostly round cavity. One side looks about normal, and the other shows the definite pocket knife work. Recovered CS Camp, Mt. Elba, Arkansas. $10 plus shipping
Super Nice .54 Caliber Foreign Mold Plug Base Minie
Here is a Super Nice Dropped .54 Caliber Foreign Mold Bullet with Plug Base ! I believe this is MM435 in the bullet book. There is a raised teat in the very bottom of the plug. The whole bullet shows no digger damage, and a very nice mostly grayish white patina. It shows very upswept rings and a nice mold seam. Recovered at Prairie Grove, Arkansas. A Fine Dropped .54 Caliber Foreign Mold Bullet !