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JULY 21ST - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - The Wheatfield - The Rosensteel Collection

 Dropped Confederate .58 Caliber Gardner Bullet - Possibly Carved -  found by John Cullison

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 This dropped Gardner bullet, which has a smooth section on the side that may indicate it was soldier carved, was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found at the Wheatfield and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GCRWA42

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JULY 21ST - NEW!!!!   Gettysburg - The Lady Farm - Blown Artillery Shell Fuse

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 This blown artillery shell fuse was found on the Lady Farm more than twenty years ago (private property with permission).  The Lady Farm was the position of General Edward Johnson's Confederate Division during the battle and was a field hospital.  The farm was bombarded with shells that were fired from Culp's Hill, Power's Hill and probably Cemetery Hill. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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Item Number -GMLF70

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JULY 21ST - NEW!!!!   Gettysburg - Chambersburg Pike near Herr's Ridge- Canister Ball

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 This canister ball (1 inch diameter) was found by a local relic hunter along the Chambersburg Pike close to Herr's Ridge (on private property with permission).  It has been nicely cleaned and coated.  I   will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GMHR05

Price - $25.00 

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JULY 21ST - NEW!!!  Gettysburg - II Corps Hospital - Jacob Schwartz Farm

 Nice Soldier Carved Bullet -  found by Eddie Miller

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 A carved bullet that was found by well-known Gettysburg relic hunter Eddie Miller at the site of the II Corps Hospital on the Jacob Schwartz Farm.   The Schwartz Farm was located southwest of the Round Tops on what is now Hospital Road. This was the largest and most famous of the hospitals that was established after the battle.  I relic hunted on the Schwartz Farm myself at one time - the original Civil War barn that housed the Confederate wounded was still on the site.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GMHS11

Price - $20.00 

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JULY 21ST - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Reynolds' Woods- The Rosensteel Collection

 Part of an Enfield Musket Butt Plate -  found by John Cullison

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 This part from the tang of a brass Enfield musket butt plate (2 1/8 inches long), which has been bent flat, was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found at Reynolds' Woods between 1910 and 1950 and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GRRWC25

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JULY 21ST - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - The Rosensteel Collection

    Fired Bullet - Early Pick Up - found by John Cullison

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 This fired bullet, which has basically no patina meaning that it was probably a fairly early pick up, was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This bullet was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact has wonderful provenance! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GCRG47

Price - $12.50

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JULY 21ST - NEW!!!   Gettysburg - Taneytown Road close to the Round Tops

Nice Large Shell Fragment

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 A nice long fragment (4 x 2 inches) from a 3 inch shell that was found near the Taneytown Road close to the Round Tops at Gettysburg (on private property with permission).  The fragment has not been cleaned.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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Item Number -GRTR06

Price - $14.00

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JULY 7TH - NEW!!!!   Gettysburg - The Lady Farm - Fuse from a Hotchkiss Shell

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 This fuse from a Hotchkiss shell was found on the Lady Farm more than twenty years ago (private property with permission).  The Lady Farm was the position of General Edward Johnson's Confederate Division during the battle and was a field hospital.  The farm was bombarded with shells that were fired from Culp's Hill, Power's Hill and probably Cemetery Hill. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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Item Number -GMLF71

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JULY 7TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - The Wheatfield - The Rosensteel Collection

 Wonderful Mushroomed Bullet -  found by John Cullison

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 This really great example of a mushroomed fired bullet was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found at the Wheatfield and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GCRWA32

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JULY 7TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - The Wheatfield - The Rosensteel Collection

 Dropped .69 Caliber Bullet -  found by John Cullison

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 This dropped .69 caliber bullet with plug cavity was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found at the Wheatfield and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GCRWA50

Price - $35.00

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JULY 7TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - The Rosensteel Collection

    Fired Gardner Bullet found by John Cullison

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 This fired Gardner bullet was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This bullet was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact has wonderful provenance! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GCRG26

Price - $20.00

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JULY 7TH - NEW!!!!   Gettysburg - Chambersburg Pike near Herr's Ridge- Fired .69 Caliber Bullet

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 This fired .69 caliber bullet was found by a local relic hunter along the Chambersburg Pike close to Herr's Ridge (on private property with permission).  I   will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GMHR03

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JULY 7TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Barlow's Knoll - Fired Bullet

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 This fired .58 caliber bullet was found on farmland adjoining the Gettysburg National Military Park just north of Barlow's Knoll by a well known Gettysburg relic hunter about ten years ago (on private property with permission). Barlow's Knoll was the position held by the XI Corps on the extreme right of the Union Line on July 1st. The position was eventually overwhelmed by the attack of Jubal Early's Division and its collapse forced the entire Union line to withdraw. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GBK49

Price - $18.00 

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JULY 7TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Mummasburg Road just Beyond Oak Hill

Long Artillery Shell Fragment

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 A long fragment (3 3/4 x  1 1/8 inches) that was found close to the Mummasburg Road just beyond Oak Hill at Gettysburg (on private property with permission). The first elements of Ewell's II Corps arrived on the Gettysburg battlefield on July 1st at Oak Hill - no doubt, the shell from which this fragment came was fired at those Confederate soldiers.  The fragment has not been cleaned.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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Item Number -GRMR10

Price - $12.50 

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JULY 7TH - NEW!!!   Gettysburg - First Day's Battle - Herr's Ridge

Nice Fragment from a 12 Pound Spherical Shell

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 This fragment from a 12 pound spherical shell  (3 x 2 inches) was found near Herr's Ridge on the First Day's battlefield at Gettysburg (on private property with permission).  Herr's Ridge was occupied by the main Confederate line that faced the Union position on McPherson's Ridge on July 1st, 1863.  The fragment has not been cleaned.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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Item Number -GRCP11

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JUNE 23RD - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Barlow's Knoll - Confederate .58 Caliber Georgia Troops Bullet

Gordon's Brigade 

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 This dropped .58 caliber Georgia troops bullet with teat cavity was found on farmland adjoining the Gettysburg National Military Park just north of Barlow's Knoll by a well known Gettysburg relic hunter about ten years ago (on private property with permission). It is almost a certainty that this bullet was dropped by a soldier in one of Gordon's Georgia regiments as they crossed over this ground to attack Barlow's Knoll.  Barlow's Knoll was the position held by the XI Corps on the extreme right of the Union Line on July 1st. The position was eventually overwhelmed by the attack of Jubal Early's Division and its collapse forced the entire Union line to withdraw. This is a great bullet because the provenance can be tied to a specific brigade - it is also the last one from Barlow's Knoll that I have!  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GBK32

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JUNE 23RD - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - The Wheatfield - The Rosensteel Collection

 Fired Bullet with Light Ram Rod Mark-  found by John Cullison

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 This fired bullet with light ram rod mark on the nose was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found at the Wheatfield and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GCRWA20

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JUNE 23RD - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - III Corps Hospital - Schwartz Farm

 Soldier Carved Sharps Bullet -  found by Eddie Miller

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 A carved Sharps bullet that was found by well-known Gettysburg relic hunter Eddie Miller at the site of the II Corps Hospital on the Jacob Schwartz Farm.   The Schwartz Farm was located southwest of the Round Tops on what is now Hospital Road. This was the largest and most famous of the hospitals that was established after the battle.  I relic hunted on the Schwartz Farm myself at one time - the original Civil War barn that housed the Confederate wounded was still on the site.  Apparently, the Third Corps Hospital was on the ridge that parallels the road that leads up to the farm and extended onto the next property.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GMHS12

Price - $22.50 

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JUNE 23RD - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Confederate Iron Case Shot  -  found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 This 3/4 inch diameter iron case shot was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GYRMP56

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JUNE 23RD - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - The Rosensteel Collection

    Fired Partially Mushroomed Bullet found by John Cullison

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 This partially mushroomed fired bullet was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This bullet was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact has wonderful provenance! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GCRG10

Price - $14.00 

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JUNE 23RD - NEW!!!   Gettysburg - First Day's Battle - Herr's Ridge

Nice Fragment from a 12 Pound Spherical Shell

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 This fragment from a 12 pound spherical shell  (3 1/8 x 2 inches) was found near Herr's Ridge on the First Day's battlefield at Gettysburg (on private property with permission).  Herr's Ridge was occupied by the main Confederate line that faced the Union position on McPherson's Ridge on July 1st, 1863.  The fragment has not been cleaned.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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Item Number -GRCP08

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JUNE 23RD - NEW!!!   Gettysburg - Taneytown Road close to the Round Tops

Nice Shell Fragment

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 A nice fragment (3 x 1 5/8 inches) that was found near the Taneytown Road close to the Round Tops at Gettysburg (on private property with permission).  The fragment has not been cleaned.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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Item Number -GRTR05

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JUNE 23RD - NEW!!!!   Gettysburg - The Chambersburg Pike - West of Gettysburg Near Cashtown

.58 Caliber Gardner Bullet with Deep Cavity

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This dropped .58 caliber Gardner bullet appears to have a slightly deeper cavity than normal.  It was found by a Gettysburg area relic hunter just off the Chambersburg Road between McKnightstown and Cashtown in the early 2000s (on private property with permission). The specific area where the bullet was found has turned up numerous Confederate buttons over the years. The Confederate I and III Corps approached the Gettysburg Battlefield on July 1st along the Chambersburg Pike.  I will e-mail a letter with the specific provenance information.
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Item Number -GWC25

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JUNE 15TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Crude Musket Nipple Protector?  Unusual  -  found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 This is a very unusual lead item.  My first impression was that it was a crude musket nipple protector, but someone else suggested that it was actually an Enfield bullet fired from a large caliber gun such as a shotgun.  Definitely odd.  It was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GYRMP41

Price - $37.00 

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JUNE 15TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Barlow's Knoll - Nice High Impact Fired Bullet

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 This fired high impact .58 bullet was found on farmland adjoining the Gettysburg National Military Park just north of Barlow's Knoll by a well known Gettysburg relic hunter about ten years ago (on private property with permission). Barlow's Knoll was the position held by the XI Corps on the extreme right of the Union Line on July 1st. The position was eventually overwhelmed by the attack of Jubal Early's Division and its collapse forced the entire Union line to withdraw. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GBK48

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JUNE 15TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - The Wheatfield - The Rosensteel Collection

 Fired Bullet -  found by John Cullison

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 This fired bullet was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found at the Wheatfield and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GCRWA30

Price - $28.00

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JUNE 15TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - The Wheatfield - The Rosensteel Collection

 Dropped .58 Caliber Bullet -  found by John Cullison

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 This dropped bullet was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found at the Wheatfield and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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JUNE 15TH - NEW!!!  Gettysburg - II Corps Hospital - Jacob Schwartz Farm

 Nice Soldier Carved Bullet -  found by Eddie Miller

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 A nicely carved bullet, which was probably intended to be a chess piece, that was found by well-known Gettysburg relic hunter Eddie Miller at the site of the II Corps Hospital on the Jacob Schwartz Farm.   The Schwartz Farm was located southwest of the Round Tops on what is now Hospital Road. This was the largest and most famous of the hospitals that was established after the battle.  I relic hunted on the Schwartz Farm myself at one time - the original Civil War barn that housed the Confederate wounded was still on the site.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GMHS16

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JUNE 15TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - The Rosensteel Collection

    Fired Bullet found by John Cullison

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 This fired bullet was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This bullet was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact has wonderful provenance! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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JUNE 15TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    .44 Caliber Pistol Ball  -  found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 This .44 caliber pistol ball, which was probably fired, was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GYRMP51

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JUNE 15TH - NEW!!!!!    Gettysburg - Emmitsburg Road - Just South of Confederate Position on July 2nd / Law's Brigade

South Cavalry Field - Sharps Bullet

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A Sharps rifle or carbine bullet that was found just off the Emmitsburg Road on property that borders the southern part of the National Battlefield Park in the area where Law's Brigade was located when the attack on the afternoon of July 2nd began. This is also where the South Cavalry battle was fought on July 3rd which included Farnsworth's famous but doomed charge on the Confederate right.  It was found by a well-known local relic hunter (private property, with permission). I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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Item Number -GSC25

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JUNE 15TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Mummasburg Road just Beyond Oak Hill

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 A nice fragment (3 x 2 inches) that was found close to the Mummasburg Road just beyond Oak Hill at Gettysburg (on private property with permission). The first elements of Ewell's II Corps arrived on the Gettysburg battlefield on July 1st at Oak Hill - no doubt, the shell from which this fragment came was fired at those Confederate soldiers.  The fragment has not been cleaned.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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JUNE 15TH - NEW!!!!  Gettysburg - Fairfield - Confederate Retreat Route

Large Artillery Shell Fragment

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 A nice sized shell fragment (3 1/4 x 2 inches) that was found just east of the village of Fairfield along the Confederate retreat route from Gettysburg (on private property with permission).  Fairfield lies 8 miles west of Gettysburg and was also the scene of a sharp cavalry fight.   The fragment has not been cleaned.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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JUNE 15TH - NEW!!!!   The Confederate Retreat from Gettysburg - The Battle of Funkstown

Fired Bullet 

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 This fired bullet with interesting impact mark on the nose was found near the Confederate position at Funkstown, Maryland at some point during the last ten years.  The Battle at Funkstown (July 10, 1863) began as a cavalry fight as Buford's cavalry divison probed J.E.B. Stuart's defensive line that was covering Lee's retreating army but eventually evolved into an infantry fight between the Vermont Brigade and Anderson's Confederate brigade which ended with 479 casualties. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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JUNE 15TH - NEW!!!!  Gettysburg - Reynolds' Avenue / McPherson's Ridge - The John Geiselman Collection

  Remains of a Pewter Spoon

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This portion of a pewter spoon (3 1/4 inches long) was a part of the famous Geiselman Collection and was identified as having been found on Reynolds' Avenue which runs along the eastern slope of McPherson's Ridge. Geiselman began his collection of Gettysburg artifacts when he was a boy in the 1920s and had access to almost all of the prominent Gettysburg battlefield collections. He was meticulous in his relic identification and the collection, which was displayed for years in the Geiselman Country Store Museum, was carefully archived.  McPherson's Ridge is where the first major action of teh Battle of Gettysburg began and witnessed fierce fighting throughout the morning of July 1st. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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JUNE 9TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Barlow's Knoll - Dropped Gardner Bullet

 Gordon's Brigade

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 This dropped .58 caliber Gardner bullet was found on farmland adjoining the Gettysburg National Military Park just north of Barlow's Knoll by a well known Gettysburg relic hunter about ten years ago (on private property with permission). This bullet was likely dropped by one of the soldiers of Gordon's brigade as they passed over this ground during their attack on Barlow's Knoll.  Barlow's Knoll was the position held by the XI Corps on the extreme right of the Union Line on July 1st. The position was eventually overwhelmed by the attack of Jubal Early's Division and its collapse forced the entire Union line to withdraw. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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JUNE 9TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Musical Instrument Piece - Possibly a Bugle -  found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 My first thought when I saw this 2 1/2 long brass piece I thought it was a bayonet scabbard tip.  But, it is too round and even on both ends (like a tube) and it was in a group with another piece (currently on the site) that I am almost certain was from a musical instrument, probably a bugle, so I think this piece is as well.  It was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GYRMP57

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JUNE 9TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Fired Bullet  -  found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 This fired bullet was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GYRMP43

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JUNE 9TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - The Wheatfield - The Rosensteel Collection

 Fired Bullet -  found by John Cullison

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 This fired bullet, which has a slightly irregular patina indicating that it might be a relatively early find, was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found at the Wheatfield and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GCRWA29

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JUNE 9TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - XII Corps Hospital - George Bushman Farm

 Nice Soldier Carved Bullet - Game Piece -  found by Eddie Miller

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 An interesting carved bullet (probably intended to be a game piece) that was found by well-known Gettysburg relic hunter Eddie Miller at the site of the XII Corps Hospital on the George Bushmann Farm.   The Bushman Farm was located southwest of the Round Tops on what is now Hospital Road. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GMHS14

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JUNE 9TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Confederate Iron Case Shot with Sprue found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 This 3/4 inch diameter Confederate iron case shot with prominent sprue was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GYRMP04

Price - $25.00 

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JUNE 9TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Type I William's Cleaner Bullet  -  found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 This Type I William's Cleaner bullet, which has almost no patina, has big slashes in it - these could have been done by a soldier, but I think that it is more likely that it was caused by a plow.  It was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GYRMP49

Price - $24.00

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JUNE 9TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - The Rosensteel Collection

    Fired Bullet with Ram Rod Mark - found by John Cullison

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 This fired bullet (which seems to have tumbled and struck towards the back) has a light ram rod impression on the nose.  It was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This bullet was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact has wonderful provenance! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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JUNE 9TH - NEW!!!   Gettysburg - Taneytown Road close to the Round Tops

Nice Fragment from a 12 Pound Spherical Shell

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 A nice sized fragment (3 1/4 x 2 3/8 inches) from a 12 pound spherical artillery shell hat was found near the Taneytown Road close to the Round Tops at Gettysburg (on private property with permission).  The fragment has not been cleaned.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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JUNE 9TH - NEW!!!   Gettysburg - First Day's Battle - Herr's Ridge

Fragment from a 12 Pound Spherical Shell with part of Fuse Hole

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 This fragment from a speherical shell (2 7/8 x 1 1/2 inches) from the area of the fuse hole was found near Herr's Ridge on the First Day's battlefield at Gettysburg (on private property with permission).  Herr's Ridge was occupied by the main Confederate line that faced the Union position on McPherson's Ridge on July 1st, 1863.  The fragment has not been cleaned.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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                 JUNE 9TH - NEW!!!!   Gettysburg - Pumping Station Road behind Seminary Ridge

Fragment from a 12 Pound Spherical Shell

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 A fragment (3  x 2 1/4 inches) from a 12 pound spherical shell that was found close to Pumping Station Road just behind the Confederate position on Seminary Ridge (near the Eisenhower Farm) at Gettysburg (on private property with permission). This area of Seminary Ridge was occupied by Longstreet's Corps on July 2nd and 3rd.  The fragment has not been cleaned.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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JUNE 9TH - NEW!!!!   The Confederate Retreat from Gettysburg - The Battle of Funkstown

Partially Mushroomed Fired Bullet 

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 This partially mushroomed fired bullet was found near the Confederate position at Funkstown, Maryland at some point during the last ten years.  The Battle at Funkstown (July 10, 1863) began as a cavalry fight as Buford's cavalry divison probed J.E.B. Stuart's defensive line that was covering Lee's retreating army but eventually evolved into an infantry fight between the Vermont Brigade and Anderson's Confederate brigade which ended with 479 casualties. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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JUNE 9TH - NEW!!!!  Gettysburg - Reynolds' Avenue / McPherson's Ridge - The John Geiselman Collection

  Nice Pewter Spoon Bowl

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This pewter spoon bowl (3 inches long) was a part of the famous Geiselman Collection and was identified as having been found on Reynolds' Avenue which runs along the eastern slope of McPherson's Ridge. Geiselman began his collection of Gettysburg artifacts when he was a boy in the 1920s and had access to almost all of the prominent Gettysburg battlefield collections. He was meticulous in his relic identification and the collection, which was displayed for years in the Geiselman Country Store Museum, was carefully archived.  McPherson's Ridge is where the first major action of teh Battle of Gettysburg began and witnessed fierce fighting throughout the morning of July 1st. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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JUNE 2ND - NEW!!!  Gettysburg - Little Round Top - The John Geiselman Collection

Schenkl Fuse Adapter Base

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This base section from a Schenkl artillery shell fuse adapter was a part of the famous Geiselman Collection and was identified as having been found at Little Round Top. I had been keeping this relic for my collection, but have decided to sell it.  Geiselman began his collection of Gettysburg artifacts when he was a boy in the 1920s and had access to almost all of the prominent Gettysburg battlefield collections. He was meticulous in his relic identification and the collection, which was displayed for years in the Geiselman Country Store Museum, was carefully archived. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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JUNE 2ND - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Fired Bullet with Great Ram Rod Impression -  found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 This fired bullet was obviously rammed into the barrel, probably on the heat of battle.  It was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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JUNE 2ND - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - The Wheatfield - The Rosensteel Collection

 Fired Washington Arsenal Bullet - Light Ram Rod Impression -  found by John Cullison

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 This fired Washington Arsenal bullet, which appears to have a very light ram rod impression around the nose, was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found at the Wheatfield and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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JUNE 2ND - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Confederate Iron Artillery Shell Case Shot with Large Sprue -  found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 This Confederate iron case shot (just over 1/2 inch diameter) with nice large sprue was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GYRMP60

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JUNE 2ND - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - VI Corps Hospital - John Trostle Farm

 Soldier Carved Bullet - Musket Nipple Protector -  found by Eddie Miller

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 A carved musket nipple protector that was found by well-known Gettysburg relic hunter Eddie Miller at the site of the VI Corps Hospital on the John Trostle Farm.   The Trostle Farm was located west of the Round Tops on Goulden Road. Soldiers from the II, III and V Corps were also treated here.  Relics from this hospital site are often more difficult to find than some of the other Union hospital sites.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GMHS13

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    Large Iron Buckle -  found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 This large iron buckle (2 3/4 x 1 3/4 inches) was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GYRMP58

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JUNE 2ND - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Barlow's Knoll - Great High Impact Fired Bullet

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 This fired high impact .58 bullet (it looks like a little of the bullet was actually ripped off from impact) was found on farmland adjoining the Gettysburg National Military Park just north of Barlow's Knoll by a well known Gettysburg relic hunter about ten years ago (on private property with permission). Barlow's Knoll was the position held by the XI Corps on the extreme right of the Union Line on July 1st. The position was eventually overwhelmed by the attack of Jubal Early's Division and its collapse forced the entire Union line to withdraw. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GBK117

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JUNE 2ND - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Barlow's Knoll - Dropped .58 Caliber Bullet

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 This dropped .58 caliber bullet was found on farmland adjoining the Gettysburg National Military Park just north of Barlow's Knoll by a well known Gettysburg relic hunter about ten years ago (on private property with permission). Barlow's Knoll was the position held by the XI Corps on the extreme right of the Union Line on July 1st. The position was eventually overwhelmed by the attack of Jubal Early's Division and its collapse forced the entire Union line to withdraw. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GBK55

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JUNE 2ND - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Barlow's Knoll - Fired .58 Caliber Bullet

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 This fired .58 caliber bullet was found on farmland adjoining the Gettysburg National Military Park just north of Barlow's Knoll by a well known Gettysburg relic hunter about ten years ago (on private property with permission). Barlow's Knoll was the position held by the XI Corps on the extreme right of the Union Line on July 1st. The position was eventually overwhelmed by the attack of Jubal Early's Division and its collapse forced the entire Union line to withdraw. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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JUNE 2ND - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Confederate Iron Artillery Shell Case Shot -  found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 This Confederate iron case shot (3/4 inch diameter) was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GYRMP53

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JUNE 2ND - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - The Rosensteel Collection

    Fired Bullet found by John Cullison

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 This fired bullet was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This bullet was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact has wonderful provenance! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GCRG24

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JUNE 2ND - NEW!!!!   Gettysburg - The Lady Farm - Nice Fragment from a 12 Pound Spherical Shell

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 This fragment from a 12 pound spherical shell (2 1/2 x 2 1/4 inches) was found on the Lady Farm more than twenty years ago (private property with permission).  The Lady Farm was the position of General Edward Johnson's Confederate Division during the battle and was a field hospital.  The farm was bombarded with shells that were fired from Culp's Hill, Power's Hill and probably Cemetery Hill.   The fragment has been cleaned and coated with a light sealant.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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JUNE 2ND - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Mummasburg Road just Beyond Oak Hill

Fragment from a 12 Pound Spherical Shell

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 A nice fragment from a 12 pound spherical shell (3 x 2 inches) that was found close to the Mummasburg Road just beyond Oak Hill at Gettysburg (on private property with permission). The first elements of Ewell's II Corps arrived on the Gettysburg battlefield on July 1st at Oak Hill - no doubt, the shell from which this fragment came was fired at those Confederate soldiers.  The fragment has not been cleaned.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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Item Number -GRMR08

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MAY 26TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - The Wheatfield - The Geiselman Collection

 Springfield Musket Butt Plate

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This Springfield musket butt plate was a part of the famous Geiselman Collection and was identified as having been found at the Wheatfield. Geiselman began his collection of Gettysburg artifacts when he was a boy in the 1920s and had access to almost all of the prominent Gettysburg battlefield collections. He was meticulous in his relic identification and the collection, which was displayed for years in the Geiselman Country Store Museum, was carefully archived. The Wheatfield is, of course, one of the most famous locations on the battlefield. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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MAY 26TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Brass Buckle - Nice Patina! -  found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 This brass strap buckle (1 1/4 x 1 1/4 inches) was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! The buckle is a little bent. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GYRMP48

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MAY 26TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Fired .58 Caliber Bullet with Ram Rod Impression -  found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 This fired bullet with nice ram rod impression on the nose was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GYRMP47

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MAY 26TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Barlow's Knoll - Fired .58 Caliber Bullet

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 This fired .58 caliber bullet was found on farmland adjoining the Gettysburg National Military Park just north of Barlow's Knoll by a well known Gettysburg relic hunter about ten years ago (on private property with permission). Barlow's Knoll was the position held by the XI Corps on the extreme right of the Union Line on July 1st. The position was eventually overwhelmed by the attack of Jubal Early's Division and its collapse forced the entire Union line to withdraw. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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MAY 26TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Barlow's Knoll -  .69 Caliber Round Ball

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 This .69 caliber round ball with digger's "33" mark was found on farmland adjoining the Gettysburg National Military Park just north of Barlow's Knoll by a well known Gettysburg relic hunter about ten years ago (on private property with permission). Barlow's Knoll was the position held by the XI Corps on the extreme right of the Union Line on July 1st. The position was eventually overwhelmed by the attack of Jubal Early's Division and its collapse forced the entire Union line to withdraw. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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MAY 26TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    .44 Caliber Pistol Ball -  found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 This .44 caliber pistol ball was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GYRMP50

Price - $17.50

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MAY 26TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Knapsack Hook -  found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 This knapsack hook was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GYRMP46

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MAY 26TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - II Corps Hospital - Jacob Schwartz Farm

 Soldier Carved Bullet - Game Piece -  found by Eddie Miller

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 A nice carved bullet that was found by well-known Gettysburg relic hunter Eddie Miller at the site of the II Corps Hospital on the Jacob Schwartz Farm.   The Schwartz Farm was located southwest of the Round Tops on what is now Hospital Road. This was the largest and most famous of the hospitals that was established after the battle.  I relic hunted on the Schwartz Farm myself at one time - the original Civil War barn that housed the Confederate wounded was still on the site.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GMHS15

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MAY 26TH - NEW!!!   Gettysburg - First Day's Battle - Herr's Ridge

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 This large fragment (3 1/2 x 2 1/2 inches) of a 3 inch shell was found near Herr's Ridge on the First Day's battlefield at Gettysburg (on private property with permission).  Herr's Ridge was occupied by the main Confederate line that faced the Union position on McPherson's Ridge on July 1st, 1863.  The fragment has not been cleaned.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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         MAY 26TH - NEW!!!!   Gettysburg - Pumping Station Road behind Seminary Ridge

Large Fragment from a 12 Pound Spherical Shell

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 A nice sized fragment (3 3/4 x 1 1/2 inches) from a 12 pound spherical shell that was found close to Pumping Station Road just behind the Confederate position on Seminary Ridge (near the Eisenhower Farm) at Gettysburg (on private property with permission). This area of Seminary Ridge was occupied by Longstreet's Corps on July 2nd and 3rd.  The fragment has not been cleaned.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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MAY 26TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Mummasburg Road just Beyond Oak Hill

Fragment from a 12 Pound Spherical Shell

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 A fragment from a 12 pound spherical shell (2 1/4 x 2 inches) that was found close to the Mummasburg Road just beyond Oak Hill at Gettysburg (on private property with permission). The first elements of Ewell's II Corps arrived on the Gettysburg battlefield on July 1st at Oak Hill - no doubt, the shell from which this fragment came was fired at those Confederate soldiers.  The fragment has not been cleaned.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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MAY 19TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Interesting Unknown Brass Item -  found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 An unusual thin brass item (1 7/8 inch diameter) that may have been the top from some kind of staff or baton?  I really don't know on this one - it is an interesting piece.  It was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! The buckle has been bent and has a small crack. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GYRMP32

Price - $45.00

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MAY 19TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - The Wheatfield - The Rosensteel Collection

 Dropped .58 Caliber Bullet found by John Cullison

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 This dropped bullet was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found at the Wheatfield and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  There is a small mark in the side of the bullet that appears to have been made after the war.    I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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MAY 19TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - The Wheatfield - The Rosensteel Collection

 Fired Bullet found by John Cullison

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 This fired bullet was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found at the Wheatfield and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  There is a small mark in the side of the bullet that appears to have been made after the war.    I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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MAY 19TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - The Wheatfield - The Rosensteel Collection

 Fired .69 Caliber Round Ball - Probably and Early Recovery - found by John Cullison

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 This fired round ball, which has very little patina indicating that it may be an early recovery, was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found at the Wheatfield and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  There is a small mark in the side of the bullet that appears to have been made after the war.    I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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MAY 19TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Iron Case Shot found by John Cullison

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 An iron case shot (1/2 inch diameter) that was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found at "Pickett's Charge" and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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MAY 19TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Barlow's Knoll - Dropped .58 Caliber Bullet - Unusual Nose

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 This dropped .58 caliber bullet, which has an unusual small ring around the nose, was found on farmland adjoining the Gettysburg National Military Park just north of Barlow's Knoll by a well known Gettysburg relic hunter about ten years ago (on private property with permission). Barlow's Knoll was the position held by the XI Corps on the extreme right of the Union Line on July 1st. The position was eventually overwhelmed by the attack of Jubal Early's Division and its collapse forced the entire Union line to withdraw. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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MAY 19TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - The Rosensteel Collection

    Great High Impact Fired Bullet found by John Cullison

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 This great example of a high impact fired bullet was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This bullet was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact has wonderful provenance! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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MAY 19TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - The Rosensteel Collection

    Great High Impact Fired Bullet found by John Cullison

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 This great example of a high impact fired bullet was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This bullet was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact has wonderful provenance! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GCRG17

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MAY 19TH - NEW!!!!   The Confederate Retreat from Gettysburg - The Battle of Funkstown

Great High Impact Mushroomed Bullet 

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 This wonderful example of a high impact bullet was found near the Confederate position at Funkstown, Maryland at some point during the last ten years.  The Battle at Funkstown (July 10, 1863) began as a cavalry fight as Buford's cavalry divison probed J.E.B. Stuart's defensive line that was covering Lee's retreating army but eventually evolved into an infantry fight between the Vermont Brigade and Anderson's Confederate brigade which ended with 479 casualties. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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MAY 19TH - NEW!!!!   Gettysburg - The Lady Farm - Nice Long Fragment

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 This nice long fragment from a 3 inch shell shell (4 x 1 1/2 inches) was found on the Lady Farm more than twenty years ago (private property with permission).  The Lady Farm was the position of General Edward Johnson's Confederate Division during the battle and was a field hospital.  The farm was bombarded with shells that were fired from Culp's Hill, Power's Hill and probably Cemetery Hill.   The fragment has been cleaned and coated with a light sealant.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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MAY 19TH - NEW!!!  Gettysburg - The East Cavalry Field - The John Geiselman Collection

Colt Revolver Bullet

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This fired Colt revolver bullet was a part of the famous Geiselman Collection and was identified as having been found on the East Cavalry Field. Geiselman began his collection of Gettysburg artifacts when he was a boy in the 1920s and had access to almost all of the prominent Gettysburg battlefield collections. He was meticulous in his relic identification and the collection, which was displayed for years in the Geiselman Country Store Museum, was carefully archived. The fight at the East Cavalry Field was an important part of Gettysburg's 3rd day as Stuart's Confederate Cavalry was prevented from getting behind the Union lines during Pickett's Charge. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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MAY 19TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - The Rosensteel Collection

    Fired Bullet found by John Cullison

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 This fired bullet was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This bullet was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact has wonderful provenance! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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MAY 19TH - NEW!!!!!    Gettysburg - Emmitsburg Road - Just South of Confederate Position on July 2nd / Law's Brigade

South Cavalry Field - Sharps Bullet

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A Sharps rifle or carbine bullet that was found just off the Emmitsburg Road on property that borders the southern part of the National Battlefield Park in the area where Law's Brigade was located when the attack on the afternoon of July 2nd began. This is also where the South Cavalry battle was fought on July 3rd which included Farnsworth's famous but doomed charge on the Confederate right.  It was found by a well-known local relic hunter (private property, with permission). I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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MAY 19TH - NEW!!!!   Gettysburg - The Lady Farm - Large Fragment  from a 12 Pound Spherical Shell

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 This large fragment from a 12 pound spherical shell (3 x 1 7/8 inches) was found on the Lady Farm more than twenty years ago (private property with permission).  The Lady Farm was the position of General Edward Johnson's Confederate Division during the battle and was a field hospital.  The farm was bombarded with shells that were fired from Culp's Hill, Power's Hill and probably Cemetery Hill.   The fragment has been cleaned and coated with a light sealant.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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MAY 19TH - NEW!!!!  Gettysburg - Hanover Road near the East Cavalry Field

Fragment from a 12 Pound Spherical Shell

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 A fragment (2 1/2 x 1 3/4 inches) of a 12 pound spherical shell that was found close to the Hanover Road near the East Cavalry Field at Gettysburg (on private property with permission). The East Cavalry Field was the site of the famous cavalry battle that took place on the third day of the Battle of Gettysburg.  The fragment has not been cleaned.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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MAY 19TH - NEW!!!!  Gettysburg - Reynolds' Avenue / McPherson's Ridge - The John Geiselman Collection

  Spoon Bowl

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This spoon bowl (3 1/4 inches long) was a part of the famous Geiselman Collection and was identified as having been found on Reynolds' Avenue which runs along the eastern slope of McPherson's Ridge. Geiselman began his collection of Gettysburg artifacts when he was a boy in the 1920s and had access to almost all of the prominent Gettysburg battlefield collections. He was meticulous in his relic identification and the collection, which was displayed for years in the Geiselman Country Store Museum, was carefully archived.  McPherson's Ridge is where the first major action of teh Battle of Gettysburg began and witnessed fierce fighting throughout the morning of July 1st. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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    Brass Buckle -  found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 This larger brass buckle (1 7/8 x 1 1/8 inches - not as large as a waist belt buckle but certainly larger than a standard accoutrement buckle) was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! The buckle has been bent and has a small crack. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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    Musical Instrument Piece - Possibly a Bugle -  found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 This I am pretty certain that this curved piece of brass (2 1/2 x 2 1/4 inches) was once a part of a musical instrument, possible a bugle, which I think is very cool.  It was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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MAY 12TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Confederate Lead Side Loader Plug from a Spherical Shell -  found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 This lead plug (3/4 inch diameter) was used to plug the hole in the side of a Confederate 12 pound spherical shell that was used to load the case shot.  It was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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MAY 12TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Little Round Top - The Dean Thomas Collection

    Dropped .58 Caliber Bullet with Thomas' Painted Identification

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 This dropped bullet comes from the collection of well-known bullet authority Dean Thomas and is marked with his characteristic painted identification that indicates that it was found at Little Round Top and includes Thomas' identification number.  Thomas, author of "Handbook of Civil War Bullets and Cartridges" and "Ready...Aim...Fire!  Small Arms Ammunition in the Battle of Gettysburg" has been relic hunting and collecting for decades and is well-known within the collecting field.  The index card with information about the bullet that was created by the previous owner, a New York collector, will be included.  I will email a letter with the provenance information.

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MAY 12TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - First Day's Battlefield - The Rosensteel Collection

Eagle Coat Button found by John Cullison

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 This eagle coat button (19 mm) with "SCOVILL MFG. CO. WATERBURY back mark was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found on the First Day's Battlefield and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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 Fired Bullet found by John Cullison

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 This fired bullet was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found at the Wheatfield and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  There is a small mark in the side of the bullet that appears to have been made after the war.    I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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MAY 12TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - The Wheatfield - The Rosensteel Collection

Dropped .58 Caliber Bullet found by John Cullison

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 This dropped .58 caliber bullet was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found at the Wheatfield and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  There is a small mark in the side of the bullet that appears to have been made after the war.    I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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MAY 12TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - VI Corps Hospital - John Trostle Farm

 Soldier Carved Bullet - Musket Nipple Protector -  found by Eddie Miller

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 A carved musket nipple protector that was found by well-known Gettysburg relic hunter Eddie Miller at the site of the VI Corps Hospital on the John Trostle Farm.   The Trostle Farm was located west of the Round Tops on Goulden Road. Soldiers from the II, III and V Corps were also treated here.  Relics from this hospital site are often more difficult to find than some of the other Union hospital sites.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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MAY 12TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - III Corps Hospital - Schwartz Farm

 Soldier Carved Bullet -  found by Eddie Miller

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 A carved bullet that was found by well-known Gettysburg relic hunter Eddie Miller at the site of the II Corps Hospital on the Jacob Schwartz Farm.   The Schwartz Farm was located southwest of the Round Tops on what is now Hospital Road. This was the largest and most famous of the hospitals that was established after the battle.  I relic hunted on the Schwartz Farm myself at one time - the original Civil War barn that housed the Confederate wounded was still on the site.  Apparently, the Third Corps Hospital was on the ridge that parallels the road that leads up to the farm and extended onto the next property.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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MAY 12TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Barlow's Knoll - Fired High Impact Bullet

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 This fired high impact .58 caliber bullet was found on farmland adjoining the Gettysburg National Military Park just north of Barlow's Knoll by a well known Gettysburg relic hunter about ten years ago (on private property with permission). Barlow's Knoll was the position held by the XI Corps on the extreme right of the Union Line on July 1st. The position was eventually overwhelmed by the attack of Jubal Early's Division and its collapse forced the entire Union line to withdraw. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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MAY 12TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - The Wheatfield - The Rosensteel Collection

Carved .69 Caliber Round Ball found by John Cullison

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 This round ball, which has one flattened side that appears to have been carved, was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found at the Wheatfield and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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MAY 12TH - NEW!!! - Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Confederate Iron Artillery Shell Case Shot -  found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 This Confederate iron case shot (3/4 inch diameter) was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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MAY 12TH - NEW!!!!  Gettysburg - Hanover Road near the East Cavalry Field

Large Artillery Shell Fragment

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 A nice sized heavy fragment (3 1/2 x 3 1/4 inches) that was found close to the Hanover Road near the East Cavalry Field at Gettysburg (on private property with permission). The East Cavalry Field was the site of the famous cavalry battle that took place on the third day of the Battle of Gettysburg.  The fragment has not been cleaned.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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MAY 12TH - NEW!!!!  Gettysburg - Fairfield - Confederate Retreat Route

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 A shell fragment (2 3/8 x 1 7/8 inches) that was found just east of the village of Fairfield along the Confederate retreat route from Gettysburg (on private property with permission).  Fairfield lies 8 miles west of Gettysburg and was also the scene of a sharp cavalry fight.   The fragment has not been cleaned.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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Gettysburg - The Valley of Death - The Dean Thomas Collection

    Confederate .58 Caliber Gardner Bullet with Thomas' Painted Identification

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This dropped Gardner bullet comes from the collection of well-known bullet authority Dean Thomas and is marked with his characteristic painted identification that indicates that it was found in the Valley of Death and includes Thomas' identification number "G4355".  The Valley of Death was the hotly contested area between Little Round Top and Devil's Den through which Plum Run flowed.  Thomas, author of "Handbook of Civil War Bullets and Cartridges" and "Ready...Aim...Fire!  Small Arms Ammunition in the Battle of Gettysburg" has been relic hunting and collecting for decades and is well-known within the collecting field.  The index card with information about the bullet that was created by the previous owner, a New York collector, will be included.  I will email a letter with the provenance information.

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Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Confederate Iron Artillery Shell Case Shot with Sprue -  found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 This Confederate iron case shot with sprue (3/4 inch diameter) was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GYRMP38

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Gettysburg - The Wheatfield - The Rosensteel Collection

Fired .58 Caliber found by John Cullison

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 This fired .58 caliber bullet was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found at the Wheatfield and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Gettysburg - The Wheatfield - The Rosensteel Collection

.69 Caliber Round Ball, May be an Early Pick Up,  found by John Cullison

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 This round ball, which has only a light patina which would seem to indicate that it was a relatively early pick up, was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found at the Wheatfield and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Gettysburg - III Corps Hospital - Schwartz Farm

 Very Neat Soldier Carved Bullet -  found by Eddie Miller

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 A very neat carved bullet that was found by well-known Gettysburg relic hunter Eddie Miller at the site of the II Corps Hospital on the Jacob Schwartz Farm.   The Schwartz Farm was located southwest of the Round Tops on what is now Hospital Road. This was the largest and most famous of the hospitals that was established after the battle.  I relic hunted on the Schwartz Farm myself at one time - the original Civil War barn that housed the Confederate wounded was still on the site.  Apparently, the Third Corps Hospital was on the ridge that parallels the road that leads up to the farm and extended onto the next property.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GMHS05

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Gettysburg - II Corps Hospital - Jacob Schwartz Farm

 Nice Soldier Carved Musket Nipple Protector -  found by Eddie Miller

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 A nicely carved musket nipple protector that was found by well-known Gettysburg relic hunter Eddie Miller at the site of the II Corps Hospital on the Jacob Schwartz Farm.   The Schwartz Farm was located southwest of the Round Tops on what is now Hospital Road. This was the largest and most famous of the hospitals that was established after the battle.  I relic hunted on the Schwartz Farm myself at one time - the original Civil War barn that housed the Confederate wounded was still on the site.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Gettysburg - Barlow's Knoll - Nice Fired High Impact Bullet

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 This fired high impact .58 caliber bullet was found on farmland adjoining the Gettysburg National Military Park just north of Barlow's Knoll by a well known Gettysburg relic hunter about ten years ago (on private property with permission). Barlow's Knoll was the position held by the XI Corps on the extreme right of the Union Line on July 1st. The position was eventually overwhelmed by the attack of Jubal Early's Division and its collapse forced the entire Union line to withdraw. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Iron Case Shot found by John Cullison

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 An iron case shot (5/8 inch diameter) that was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found at "Pickett's Charge" and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Gettysburg - The Rosensteel Collection - Possibly an Early Find

    Great High Impact Fired Bullet found by John Cullison

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 This great example of a high impact fired bullet with a fairly light patina, so it may be an early find, was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This bullet was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact has wonderful provenance! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Gettysburg - Mummasburg Road just Beyond Oak Hill

Fragment from a 12 Pound Spherical Shell with Fuse Threads

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 A fragment from a 12 pound spherical shell from the area where the Bormann fuse was located (2 1/8 x 1 inch) that was found close to the Mummasburg Road just beyond Oak Hill at Gettysburg (on private property with permission). The first elements of Ewell's II Corps arrived on the Gettysburg battlefield on July 1st at Oak Hill - no doubt, the shell from which this fragment came was fired at those Confederate soldiers.  The fragment has not been cleaned.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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Gettysburg - The Lady Farm - Fragment  from the Nose of a Shell with Fuse Threads

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 This fragment from the nose of a shell (2 1/2 x 1 1/2 inches) with fuse threads was found on the Lady Farm more than twenty years ago (private property with permission).  The Lady Farm was the position of General Edward Johnson's Confederate Division during the battle and was a field hospital.  The farm was bombarded with shells that were fired from Culp's Hill, Power's Hill and probably Cemetery Hill.   The fragment has been cleaned and coated with a light sealant.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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         Gettysburg - Pumping Station Road behind Seminary Ridge

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 A shell fragment (2 3/4 x 2 inches) that was found close to Pumping Station Road just behind the Confederate position on Seminary Ridge (near the Eisenhower Farm) at Gettysburg (on private property with permission). This area of Seminary Ridge was occupied by Longstreet's Corps on July 2nd and 3rd.  The fragment has not been cleaned.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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Gettysburg Hospital Site - Round Ball with Teeth Marks

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 These are often advertised as "pain bullets" that have resulted from a soldier biting on the bullet during surgery, although, it is far more likely that the teeth marks were created by an animal like a pig.  This round ball was recovered at a Civil War hospital site in Gettysburg, but I do not have details about which one it was.  I will email a letter with the provenance information.

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Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Piece of a Confederate Spur -  found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 This piece of spur, which has slightly more rounded lines than a regulation spur which would likely make it Confederate, was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GYRMP36

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Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Brass Belt Keeper -  found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 This brass belt keeper was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GYRMP34

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Gettysburg - XII Corps Hospital - George Bushman Farm

 Nice Soldier Carved Bullet - Possibly a Gardner -  found by Eddie Miller

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 An interesting carved bullet that I believe was originally a Gardner bullet (it is possible that it may also have been a Sharps with the cavity carved out, but I don't think so) that was found by well-known Gettysburg relic hunter Eddie Miller at the site of the XII Corps Hospital on the George Bushmann Farm.   The Bushman Farm was located southwest of the Round Tops on what is now Hospital Road. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Item Number -GMHS10

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Gettysburg - Barlow's Knoll - Nice Fired Bullet

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 This fired .58 caliber bullet, which struck its target straight on, was found on farmland adjoining the Gettysburg National Military Park just north of Barlow's Knoll by a well known Gettysburg relic hunter about ten years ago (on private property with permission). Barlow's Knoll was the position held by the XI Corps on the extreme right of the Union Line on July 1st. The position was eventually overwhelmed by the attack of Jubal Early's Division and its collapse forced the entire Union line to withdraw. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Gettysburg - Emmitsburg Road - Just South of Confederate Position on July 2nd / Law's Brigade

South Cavalry Field - Small Group of Relics

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A group of seven relics, including three button backs and a small iron piece that might be from a bayont, that were found just off the Emmitsburg Road on property that borders the southern part of the National Battlefield Park in the area where Law's Brigade was located when the attack on the afternoon of July 2nd began. This is also where the South Cavalry battle was fought on July 3rd which included Farnsworth's famous but doomed charge on the Confederate right.  It was found by a well-known local relic hunter (private property, with permission). I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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Gettysburg - The East Cavalry Field - The John Geiselman Collection

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This lead artillery shell case shot (almost 3/4 inch diameter), which appears to be a relatively early find, was a part of the famous Geiselman Collection and was identified as having been found on the East Cavalry Field. Geiselman began his collection of Gettysburg artifacts when he was a boy in the 1920s and had access to almost all of the prominent Gettysburg battlefield collections. He was meticulous in his relic identification and the collection, which was displayed for years in the Geiselman Country Store Museum, was carefully archived. The fight at the East Cavalry Field was an important part of Gettysburg's 3rd day as Stuart's Confederate Cavalry was prevented from getting behind the Union lines during Pickett's Charge. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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Gettysburg - The Rosensteel Collection

    Great High Impact Fired Bullet found by John Cullison

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 This great example of a high impact fired bullet was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This bullet was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact has wonderful provenance! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Iron Sword Scabbard Mount - Probably Confederate -  found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 This iron scabbard mount, which was probably Confederate because of its relatively crude construction, was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  Part of the band is missing.   I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Fired .69 Caliber Bullet -  found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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  A fired .69 caliber bullet that was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Gettysburg - The Wheatfield - The Rosensteel Collection

Fired Bullet found by John Cullison

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 A fired .58 caliber bullet that was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found at the Wheatfield and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Gettysburg - Pumping Station Road behind Seminary Ridge

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 A large shell fragment (3 7/8 x 2 1/2 inches) that was found close to Pumping Station Road just behind the Confederate position on Seminary Ridge (near the Eisenhower Farm) at Gettysburg (on private property with permission). This area of Seminary Ridge was occupied by Longstreet's Corps on July 2nd and 3rd.  The fragment has not been cleaned.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Iron Case Shot found by John Cullison

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 An iron case shot (1/2 inch diameter) that was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found at "Pickett's Charge" and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Gettysburg - The Rosensteel Collection

    Unusual Bullet found by John Cullison

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 This bullet is very unusual - it is either fired with a very hard impact when the bullet struck from the back first or, it was pounded this way by a soldier.  It also has an unusual hole in the cavity.  It was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This bullet was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact has wonderful provenance! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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    Piece from the Throat of a Confederate Staff Officer's or Militia Sword Scabbard with Gilt Remaining!

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 This is half of the brass throat section of a leather sword scabbard for either a Confederate staff officer's sword or a militia sword (which also would have, in all likelihood, been caried by a Confederate officer).  The piece (2 1/2 inches long) has a nice green patina but you can still clearly see the gold gilt that once decorated this piece of the scabbard.  It was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Enfield Musket Trigger & Assembly Piece - Possibly Battle Damaged

 found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 This brass piece from an Enfield musket trigger assembly still has a part of the iron trigger and an attachment screw.  It is bent backwards in such a way (which would have required quite a bit of force applied to the original musket) that it makes me suspect that it is, in fact, battle damage, possibly caused by an exploding shell.  It was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Gettysburg - The Wheatfield - The Rosensteel Collection

Fired Bullet found by John Cullison

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 A fired .58 caliber bullet that was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found at the Wheatfield and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Confederate Iron Case Shot found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 This 3/4 inch diameter iron case shot is not quite round - the crude manufacturing left it a little flat on two sides.  It was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Gettysburg - The Rosensteel Collection

    Fired Bullet found by John Cullison

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 This fired bullet was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This bullet was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact has wonderful provenance! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Gettysburg - The Rosensteel Collection

    Fired Rear Impact Bullet with Light Patina found by John Cullison

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 This fired bullet, with fairly light patina indicating it might have been an earlier find, must have tumbled in flight and struck rear first.  It was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This bullet was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact has wonderful provenance! I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Gettysburg - First Day's Battle - Herr's Ridge

Large Fragment from a 12 Pound Spherical Shell

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 A nice sized fragment (3 x 1 3/4 inches) of a 12 pound spherical shell that was found near Herr's Ridge on the First Day's battlefield at Gettysburg (on private property with permission).  Herr's Ridge was occupied by the main Confederate line that faced the Union position on McPherson's Ridge on July 1st, 1863.  The fragment has not been cleaned.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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    Brass Strap Buckle found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 A brass buckle (1 1/2 x 1 3/8 inches) with iron tongue that was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Gettysburg - Emmitsburg Road - Just South of Confederate Position on July 2nd / Law's Brigade

South Cavalry Field - Dropped Sharps Bullet

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This dropped Sharps bullet was found just off the Emmitsburg Road on property that borders the southern part of the National Battlefield Park in the area where Law's Brigade was located when the attack on the afternoon of July 2nd began. This is also where the South Cavalry battle was fought on July 3rd which included Farnsworth's famous but doomed charge on the Confederate right.  It was found by a well-known local relic hunter (private property, with permission). I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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Gettysburg - First Day's Battle - Herr's Ridge

Shell Fragment - Possibly from the Base of a Hotchkiss Nose Section

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  This round fragment (2 inch diameter) may be from the base of the nose section of a Hotchkiss shell.  It was found near Herr's Ridge on the First Day's battlefield at Gettysburg (on private property with permission).  Herr's Ridge was occupied by the main Confederate line that faced the Union position on McPherson's Ridge on July 1st, 1863.  The fragment has not been cleaned.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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Gettysburg - Pickett's Charge - The Rosensteel Collection

    Brass Scabbard Piece found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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  This brass piece (3 x 1 3/8 inches), which appears to be from either a sword bayonet scabbard or a leather sword scabbard, was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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    Piece of a Brass Spur found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 A piece of a brass spur that was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Gettysburg - First Day's Field - Eagle Button

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 An eagle button (19 mm - "EXTRA QUALITY" back mark) that was found on the first day's battlefield at Gettysburg by a local relic hunter (private property with permission).   I do not have the specific recovery location.  The patina on this one is uneven.  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Gettysburg - The East Cavalry Field - The John Geiselman Collection

Fragment from a 12 Pound Spherical Shell

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This nice fragment from a spherical shell (2 3/4 x 2 1/4 inches) was a part of the famous Geiselman Collection and was identified as having been found on the East Cavalry Field. Geiselman began his collection of Gettysburg artifacts when he was a boy in the 1920s and had access to almost all of the prominent Gettysburg battlefield collections. He was meticulous in his relic identification and the collection, which was displayed for years in the Geiselman Country Store Museum, was carefully archived. The fight at the East Cavalry Field was an important part of Gettysburg's 3rd day as Stuart's Confederate Cavalry was prevented from getting behind the Union lines during Pickett's Charge. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.

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    Musket Sling Hook found by Lawrence Monroe in 1946

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 A musket sling hook that was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was with a group that was identified with an old paper label that indicated that they were found by "Monroe" (almost certainly a reference to Lawrence Monroe) in 1946 at "Pickett's Charge".  The original label must have been on dark or browned paper - all that has been retained is a photocopy of that label which has come out dark (not included with the relic, but I can email the image above).  I have tried to lighten it a bit in the photograph above.  This is the first time that this relic has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by Lawrence Monroe), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the Lawrence Monroe collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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    Confederate Iron Case Shot found by John Cullison

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 An iron case shot (3/4 inch diameter - probably Confederate) that was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found at "Pickett's Charge" and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  This example has had some rust "flaking" - you can see this in the photo. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Gettysburg - The Wheatfield - The Rosensteel Collection

Dropped .58 Caliber Bullet found by John Cullison

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 A dropped bullet that was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific bullet was identified as having been found at the Wheatfield and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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    Confederate Iron Case Shot found by John Cullison

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 An iron case shot (3/4 inch diameter - probably Confederate) that was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found at "Pickett's Charge" and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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    Confederate Iron Case Shot found by John Cullison

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 An iron case shot (3/4 inch diameter - probably Confederate) that was once part of the famous Rosensteel Collection of Gettysburg. This specific relic was identified as having been found at "Pickett's Charge" and was part of the relic collection given to the Rosensteels by John Cullison.  This is the first time that it has ever been offered on the open public market for sale.  The Rosensteel Collection is arguably the most famous collection of Gettysburg relics that has ever existed.  John Rosensteel opened his Round Top Museum of Gettysburg artifacts in 1888.  The collection, which grew in size as a variety of local collections were acquired (including artifacts found by John Cullison), became the nucleus of the Electric Map Museum collection and ultimately the Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center collection.  You can see a 1964 advertisement for the Gettysburg National Museum (Electric Map Museum) at this link which notes that the John Cullison collection was part of the museum holdings.  This Gettysburg artifact not only has wonderful provenance but it was also found at one of the most famous locations on the battlefield!  This example has had some rust "flaking" - you can see this in the photo. I will e-mail a letter containing the specific provenance information.                                  

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Gettysburg - First Day's Battle - Herr's Ridge

Nice Fragment from the Nose of a Shell with Fuse Threads

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GRCP07b-2.jpg

 A nice artillery shell fragment (3 x  1 3/4 inches) from the nose of an artillery shell with fuse threads that was found near Herr's Ridge on the First Day's battlefield at Gettysburg (on private property with permission).  Herr's Ridge was occupied