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Lot#79

  • Two .58 Williams Cleaner Type 1 Pulled.
  • Two .58 caliber Williams Cleaner Type 1 pulled with the ball puller screw. Both bullets were rammed as evidenced by the marks. Knife cut across the tail of the left bullet.
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Lot#80

  • .58 caliber rifled musket pulled with nice screw threads.
  • .58 caliber rifled musket three ringer pulled with nice screw threads. AKA wormed. Period marks and flattend on one side. From Remington, Virginia. Why bullets were pulled.
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Lot#81

  • .58 caliber rifle musket with star cavity.
  • Rammed .58 caliber rifle musket with star in cavity.
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Lot#82

  • .58 caliber Williams Cleaners Type 1 and Type 2.
  • .58 caliber Williams Cleaners Type 1 and Type 2.
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Lot#83

  • .577 caliber rifled musket civil war bullet.
  • .577 rifled musket. Both bullets are short and have rounded tops. Digger marks on left bullet. Dia: .558 avg. Lgth: .935
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Lot#84

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Lot#85

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Lot#86

  • .54 caliber Burnside with partial brass cartridge.
  • .54 caliber Burnside with partial brass cartridge. Two groove ball with dish or solid base. This bullet has not been cleaned. TT89
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Lot#87

  • .54 caliber Merrill's carbine from the Battle of Jenkins Ferry, Arkansas.
  • .54 caliber Merrill's carbine from the Battle of Jenkins Ferry, Arkansas.
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Lot#88

  • .69 caliber round ball and two .31 caliber round balls with large sprues.
  • .69 caliber round ball and two .31 caliber round balls with large sprues.
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Lot#89

  • .52 caliber Ringtail Sharps civil war bullets.
  • Two .52 caliber Ringtail Sharps. Bullet on the left has really nice rifling marks and the Ringtail Sharps on the right has been fired and impacted.
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Lot#90

  • .58 caliber William's Cleaner Type II civil war bullet.
  • .58 caliber William's Cleaner Type II. This is listed as MM142 as a Type II with the bottom cut off. I believe this to be a Type I with the bottom cut off.
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Lot#91

  • .44 caliber Colt Dragoon civil war bullet.
  • .44 caliber Colt Dragoon with an added file mark (groove) across the base.
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Lot#92

  • .58 caliber rifled musket swaged 6 point spokes in base.
  • .58 caliber rifled musket swaged 6 point (spokes in base). MM344 TT153
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Lot#93

  • .58 caliber rifle musket rammed extremely hard.
  • .58 caliber rifle musket rammed hard and fired with a reverse impact. Nice example of reverse impact.
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Lot#94

  • .69 caliber round ball with large sprue and misaligned mold marks.
  • .69 caliber round ball with large sprue and misaligned mold marks. Picture number two resembles a pigs snout.
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Lot#95

  • .69 caliber and .54 caliber round balls civil war bullets.
  • .69 caliber and .54 caliber round balls.Interesting mold mark around the .69 and a nice sprue around the .54. Nice near perfect drops.
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Lot#96

  • Three different varieties of the .52 caliber Sharps carbine.
  • Three different varieties of the .52 caliber Sharps carbine. L-R: Dimple base, flat base, and 1858 carbine. Nice near perfect drops.
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Lot#97

  • Three .58 caliber civil war bullets.
  • Three .58 caliber civil war bullets. Left is a 5 spoke pressed and turned by Custer machine, middle is a regular rifle musket three ringer, and right is a rifle musket three ringer with "star" in the cavity. Nice clean problem free civil war bullet drops.
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Lot#98

  • All .54 calibers Gardner, Starr, Merrill's and Burnside civil war bullets.
  • All .54 calibers civil war bullets. .54 caliber Gardner, .54 caliber rifled musket three ringer, .54 caliber Starr carbine with dimple base, .54 caliber Merrill's carbine, and a .54 caliber Burnside. The Starr is from the Battle of Jenkins Ferry.
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Lot#99

  • .36 caliber St. Louis Arsenal with one groove at the base.
  • .36 caliber St. Louis Arsenal with one groove at the base. TT38B MM500. This is the "cousin" to TT38A MM99. Click here to read about this bullet.
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Lot#100

  • Group of various caliber round balls.
  • Group of various caliber round balls. L-R .69 caliber round ball, .54 caliber round ball, .36 caliber round ball, and .31 caliber round ball.
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Lot#101

  • .54 caliber Cosmopolitan civil war bullet.
  • .54 caliber Cosmopolitan. Solid base with no grooves. Small patina chip on top. Dia: .526 avg. Lgth: .870
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Lot#102

  • Hollow .69 caliber round ball civil war bullet.
  • Hollow .69 caliber round ball. Normal weight of a .69 round ball is .9 ounces. This round ball weighs .7 ounces.
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Lot#103

  • .54 caliber rifled musket three ringer.
  • A very fine example of the .54 caliber rifled musket three ringer. Diameter: .526" Length: 1.006" MM411 TT129A
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Lot#104

  • .58 caliber Georgia Teat base rifle musket.
  • Confederate .58 caliber Georgia Teat base rifle musket. .573 average diameter and 1.093 length. TT171A MM390
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Lot#105

  • Mass. Volunteer Militia (Massachusetts) cuff button.
  • Mass. Volunteer Militia cuff button. 14.95 mm diameter. Back: SCOVILL MF'G CO. WATERBURY.
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Lot#106

  • 1853 Enfield rifle rear sight.
  • 1853 Enfield rifle rear sight. Confederate issued. Thin layer of lacquer applied to prevent further rusting.
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Lot#107

  • Civil war shoulder scales/epaulet.
  • Shoulder scales/epaulet. Pan and strip only. No actual scales. Brass.
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Lot#108

  • Three .58 caliber rifled musket three ringers from the Cold Harbor, Virginia area.
  • Three .58 caliber rifled musket three ringers from Cold Harbor, Virginia.
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