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  • Culp's Hill

Fired bullets from Culp's Hill, Gettysburg (ON HOLD,BS)

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Being offered here are two fired bullets which were recovered on private property on Culp’s Hill, Gettysburg. They are three-ring Minie balls. The digger didn’t wash these bullets but only brushed off the dirt – much of it is left inside the bullets.

Culp’s Hill was the right-most flank of the "fishhook" line formed by Union Army troops during the Battle of Gettysburg and saw fighting all three days of the battle. Culp’s Hill has two rounded peaks with a narrow saddle between them. Although heavily wooded and unsuitable for artillery, the main peak of Culp’s Hill rises substantially above the surrounding landscape. Nearby Baltimore Pike was critical for Union Army supplies and preventing a Confederate advance on Baltimore or Washington, DC - Culp’s Hill was critical to Union strategy.

I am keeping several of these bullets for my own collection and am selling the others, so take advantage to add something that was 100% definitely used in the Battle of Gettysburg. They come in the glass top display case pictured.

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