Dating sites in culpeper virginia
Description: Here is something you don't see everyday.This is an original wooden block packet containing 18 .50-45 Benet primed cartridges for the .50 carbine. There is an interior slot bored out for every cartridge.Description: Nice excavated Type II Hotchkiss shell with three flame grooves.The fuse is intact and this shell has been fired as you can see the rifling on the lead sabot. It is important to note that brass fused shells were not employed during the battle of Antietam.
The buckle is a solid aluminum buckle produced by Dransfeld & Co. According to the historical database there are two William B. I am assuming these are marksmanship badges for the MVM.
Description: Here is an original working die for some sort of insignia/plate/etc.. The main female die is stamped into a brass ingot with posts on the back.
This created a working die that could be used, melted, and remade rather than destroying the main die.
The box is solid with a slight crack in the top section. This packet includes and original wrapped cross and ribbon. This piece does show a little oxidation but is very nice!
This piece is unique and must have been made at an Arsenal. Description: This is an excellent book published by the New York Historical Society that covers relics from the Revolutionary War through 1812.