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Confederate .577 Caliber Enfield Bullet Recovered at Gettysburg

 
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From the famous Shields Museum collection of Gettysburg!

Confederate .577 caliber Enfield bullet with cone cavity recovered on the first day's battlefield, of July 1, 1863, west of the town, near the Chambersburg Pike. Very desirable Gettysburg relic.

Arthur "Ott" Shields opened a museum on the Chambersburg Pike, west of Gettysburg, near the General F. Reynolds equestrian monument, in 1925. Shields had one of the earliest and most comprehensive Gettysburg relic collections which rivaled the best museums in town including that of his father-in-law, John Rosensteel. The Shields family continued to operate the museum until the National Park Service purchased their property in 1985. The collection was sold that year by locally run Redding Auctions.

WBTS Trivia: On the morning of July 1, 1863, Confederate troops under the command of General Henry Heth marched down the Chambersburg Pike towards the town of Gettysburg. They were met by dismounted Union cavalrymen commanded by General John Buford, and the epic battle of Gettysburg was under way!



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