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SB #1

  • .58 caliber William's Cleaner Type 1.
  • .58 caliber Williams Cleaner Type 1. Type 1 is the tougher bullet to find. Patented by Elijah D. Williams. TT157 MM537.
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SB #2

  • .58 Williams Cleaner Type 1 civil war bullet.
  • .52 caliber Joslyn. For Joslyn or Spencer carbines. Does not appear to be intended for a metallic cartridge. MM470 TT95A
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SB #3

  • .44 Revolver "Bartholow" civil war bullet.
  • .44 caliber revolver Bartholow civil war bullet. This bullet had a pressed powder cylinder glued to the bullet. A silk strip reinforced the glue joint. MM479 TT48
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SB #4

  • .52 caliber Sharps Short civil war bullet.
  • .52 caliber Sharps Carbine "Short". U.S. Arsenal made new model bullet with machine made punch mark in base. Diameter: .540" avg. Length: .884". TT110 MM467
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SB #5

  • .58 caliber 3 ringer rifle musket with 5 spokes in base.
  • .58 caliber 3 ringer rifle musket with 5 spokes in base. Pressed and turn by the J.D. Custer machine. TT153B
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SB #6

  • .54 caliber Merrill's carbine civil war bullet.
  • .54 caliber Merrill's carbine civil war bullet. This bullet is from the Battle of Jenkins Ferry. MM138 TT91A
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SB #7

  • .50 caliber Smith carbine.
  • .36 caliber St. Louis Arsenal with one groove at base. Small sprue on base. MM99 TT38A
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SB #8

  • .44 caliber Hayes Revolver civil war bullet.
  • .44 caliber Hayes for Army revolver. Diameter: .453" average. Length: .701" MM121 TT37
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SB #9

  • .52 Sharps carbine with paper on base.
  • .52 caliber Sharps with partial paper cartridge attached. Dug bullet. Found with SB#55. Buy the pair! MM43 TT113
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SB #10

  • .69 caliber three ringer rifled musket with plug base.
  • .69 caliber three ringer rifled musket with plug base. Average diameter .681". Length: 1.083". MM324 TT189B
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SB #11

  • .44 caliber Watervliet Arsenal.
  • .54 caliber Starr Carbine low base example. These Starr Carbine bullets feature one raised band around the base. This bullet is from the Battle of Jenkins Ferry, Arkansas. MM58 TT94.
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SB #12

  • .44 caliber Johnston and Dow civil war bullet.
  • .44 caliber Johnston and Dow. A bullet similar to Colt Army New Model but with a longer rebated base. This was a patented (1861, 1862) "water proof" combustible cartridge. TT47 MM482.
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SB #13

  • .54 caliber Starr Carbine.
  • .54 caliber Starr carbine civil war bullet. High base with dimple. From the battle of Jenkins Ferry, Arkansas.
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SB #14

  • .50 caliber Smith carbine.
  • .50 caliber Smith carbine (rubber cartridge) civil war bullet. Bullet patented by Gilbert Smith. MM49 TT72
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SB #15

  • .58 caliber Williams Cleaner Type I civil war bullet. Intact zinc washers.
  • .58 caliber Williams Cleaner Type I civil war bullet. Intact zinc washer. When fired the zinc washer scraped away the fouling of the bore. TT157 MM537
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SB #16

  • .44 caliber Watervliet Arsenal
  • .44 caliber Watervliet Arsenal aka Colt Dragoon. Machine pressed variant with small punch hole in the base. Dia.: .46" avg. Lgth: .785" TT10A MM489
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SB #17

  • .577 cast Enfield Teat Base civil war bullet.
  • Confederate .577 cast Enfield Teat Base with mold marks. TT147A. Diameter: .563" average. Length: 1.055".
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SB #18

  • .52 caliber Sharps carbine with flat base
  • .52 caliber Sharps carbine with flat base. For the new model carbine and most common Sharps. MM43 TT113
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SB #19

  • .58 caliber 3 ringer rifled musket spokes in base.
  • .58 caliber 3 ringer rifle musket with 5 spokes in base. Pressed and turn by the J.D. Custer machine. TT153B
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SB #20

  • .50 caliber Smith carbine (rubber cartridge).
  • .50 caliber Smith carbine (rubber cartridge) civil war bullet. Bullet patented by Gilbert Smith. MM49 TT72
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SB #21

  • .54 caliber Enfield civil war bullet.
  • .577 caliber Enfield rifle. Confederate bullet. Plain plug base. Diameter: .569" Length: 1.056" TT143B.
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SB #22

  • .58 caliber 3 ringer rifled musket.
  • .58 caliber three ringer rifle musket. Mold marks on both sides of bullet. Diameter: .566" Length: 1.038".
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SB #23

  • .44 caliber Watervliet Arsenal civil war bullet.
  • .28 caliber round ball for Root Revolver or Cavalry shotgun.
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SB #24

  • .69 caliber rifled musket three ringer with plug base cavity.
  • .69 caliber rifled musket three ringer with plug base cavity.
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SB #25

  • .44 caliber revolver. Army Early Model aka Elam O. Potter.
  • .44 caliber revolver. Army Early Model aka Elam O. Potter. For Army & Holster models. MM491 TT9
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SB #26

  • .52 caliber Ringtail Sharps Old Model Pattern.
  • .52 caliber Ringtail Sharps Old Model Pattern. A couple of patina chips on top of bullet. TT117
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SB #27

  • .44 caliber Richmond Colt.
  • .44 caliber Richmond Colt made at the Richmond Laboratory. Solid base, one groove tapered base with knife cut. Confederate bullet. TT35
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SB #28

  • .44 caliber Sage revolver civil war bullet.
  • .44 caliber Sage revolver. Small period ding on one side and reflected in the pricing. Nice thick patina. Diameter: .44" Length: .666" MM123 TT41
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SB #29

  • .577 caliber Enfield civil war bullet.
  • .577 caliber Enfield civil war bullet. Enfield pattern bullets were not used by Northern armies and were imported from England through the blockade. Length.: 1.042" Diameter.: .572" MM234 TT145V.
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SB #30

  • .44 caliber Colt Revolving Rifle variant.
  • .44 caliber Colt Revolving Rifle variant. The solid base, one groove, tapered base (not rebated) and prominent knife cut suggest a southern manufactured bullet. A nice example of MM81 TT59.
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SB #31

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SB #32

  • .52 caliber Ringtail Sharps.
  • .52 caliber Ringtail Sharps bullet with three raised bands and tie ring. "Old Model Pattern" MM182 TT117
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SB #33

  • .52 caliber Ringtail Sharps. Old Model Pattern TT117
  • .52 caliber Ringtail Sharps with raised bands and tie ring. "Old Model Pattern" MM182 TT117.
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SB #34

  • .54 caliber rifled musket.
  • .54 caliber rifled musket. Diameter: .525 average. Length: 1.044. MM411 TT129A
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SB #35

  • .58 caliber rifled musket three ringer with star cavity.
  • .58 caliber rifle musket three ringer with "star" cavity denoting the Washington D.C. arsenal. The star has a heavy relief look to it.
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SB #36

  • Two ring cut off minie.
  • Two ring cut off minie. Confederate manufactured. Cap nose. Diameter: .56" average. Length: .906". Most likely a .58 caliber bullet.
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SB #37

  • .52 caliber Sharps New Model.
  • .52 caliber Sharps "New Model". Two raised bands and rebated base. Machine made punch mark in base with a little powder residue. Diameter: .540 Length: .884 TT110 MM467.
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SB #38

  • .58 caliber High Base three ringer.  Diameter: .577   Length: 1.035
  • .58 caliber higher base three ringer. I will not label this as a TT169 but the base is higher than a normal three ringer. This is a very high end quality bullet. Diameter: .577 Length: 1.035
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SB #39

  • .58 caliber Confederate Gardner.
  • .58 caliber Confederate Gardner bullet. Nose cast with side seams. No dot in the cavity. Diameter: .580 avg. Length: 1.073 TT162C-V MM170.
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SB #40

  • .44 caliber Sage revolver.
  • .44 caliber Sage revolver. Two groove bullet with rounded band between the grooves. Average Diameter: .456" Length: .724" MM123 TT41
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SB #41

  • .44 caliber Colt Dragoon or Colt Revolving Rifle.
  • .44 caliber Colt Dragoon or Colt Revolving Rifle civil war bullet with nice mold marks. Length: .776" Diameter: .453" average. MM489 TT10A
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SB #42

  • .52 caliber Sharps Carbine 1858.
  • .52 caliber Sharps Carbine 1858. Early Sharps with faint rings and powder residue. Diameter: .540 Length: .983 MM185 TT115
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SB #43

  • High quality example of a .50 caliber Smith Carbine (paper cartridge type).
  • High quality example of a .50 caliber Smith Carbine (paper cartridge type). Also used in the Gallager Carbine. MM70 TT73
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SB #44

  • .44 caliber Sage Revolver with visible knife cut in top ring.
  • .44 caliber Sage Revolver. Two groove bullet with rounded band between grooves. Visible knife cut in top ring. MM123 TT41.
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SB #45

  • Confederate .54 caliber Gardner civil war bullet.
  • Confederate .54 caliber Gardner civil war bullet. Invented by F.J. Gardner and manufactured at CSA arsenal in Richmond, VA or Fayetteville, NC. Diameter: .5428" average. Length: 1.072". MM169 TT131
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SB #46

  • This appears to be a fired .58 caliber rifled musket with an extremely soft landing.
  • This appears to be a fired .58 caliber rifled musket with an extremely soft landing. The rings are compressed but no damage during impact. Diameter: .555 Length: .970 Cavity depth 1/2 inch. MM357
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SB #47

  • Georgia Teat base Confederate .58 caliber rifled musket.
  • Confederate made .58 caliber Georgia teat base rifle musket. Pointy nose, tall body with three grooves, cavity with large teat. Mold seams visible through grooves. TT171A MM390
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SB #48

  • .50 caliber Smith carbine (rubber cartridge) really bad mold.
  • .50 caliber Smith carbine (rubber cartridge) really bad mold. Very unusual. One of a kind. Nice bullet for Smith carbine collectors. Bullet patented by Gilbert Smith. MM49 TT72
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SB #50

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SB #51

  • .54 caliber rifled musket. Very small diameter three ringer.
  • .52 caliber rifled musket. Rare. Very small diameter three ringer. Period marks on one side. Diameter: .510" Length: .936"
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SB #52

  • .54 caliber Merrill's carbine.
  • .54 caliber Merrill's carbine. Unusual dimple marks punched into the top of the bullet. Carved or disfigured civil war bullet.
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SB #53

  • Misaligned .69 caliber round ball.
  • Misaligned .69 caliber round ball/musket ball. MM556 TT182A
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SB #54

  • .54 caliber rifled musket three ringer.
  • .54 caliber rifled musket three ringer. Diameter: .532 Length: 1.006
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SB #55

  • .52 caliber Sharps with partial paper cartridge attached.
  • .52 caliber Sharps with partial paper cartridge attached around the base. Dug bullet. MM43 TT113
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SB #56

  • .577 caliber nose cast Enfield.
  • .577 caliber nose cast Enfield with shallow cavity. Diameter: .570 Length: .977 MM238 TT146B.
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SB #57

  • .69 caliber three ringer rifled musket.
  • .69 caliber three ringer rifled musket.Plug base cavity. Diameter: .683" average. Length: 1.041". TT190C
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SB #58

  • .577 caliber nose cast Enfield.
  • .58 caliber Confederate Gardner. Nose cast with side seams. Diameter: .575 avg. Length: 1.105 TT162C-V MM170.
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SB #59

  • .58 caliber rifle musket with interesting mold or lathe mark inside cavity.
  • .58 caliber rifle musket. Higher base mold or lathe mark inside cavity. Diameter: .568" average. Length: 1.084".
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SB #60

  • .69 caliber buck and ball.
  • .69 caliber buck and ball. Assembled. Three .31 caliber buckshot packed with a .69 caliber round ball. TT183
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