Civil War Bullets for Sale...page 8

Civil war bullets offered for sale mounted in their own individual cases that were found relic hunting in Virginia.


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Civil War Bullets for Sale
All dug in Remington, Virginia*
Civil War Sesquicentennial
(2011-2015)

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Riker Case Lot's 15 - 21 Civil War bullets pictured are the exact bullets that you will receive.  Buy now with PayPal or IF you do not have a PayPal account you can still purchase with the credit cards shown above.  MDITUSA will show up on your credit card statement.  Own a piece of authentic civil war history.  These civil war bullets and civil war relics make great conversation pieces or mount them in their own custom frames.  Civil war bullets for collectors, Christmas, birthdays,  anniversaries, or for metal detecting club hunts.  These bullets make a perfect gift!  You may also purchase these same bullets at YankeeBullets.

All orders shipped USPS Priority Mail (1-3 day) or USPS First Class Mail (2-5 day) and typically ship the day of or the day after the order was placed.
Do not change the "Quantity" number in the PayPal shopping cart as the lots are one of a kind. 
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.50 caliber Smith Carbine Paper Cartridge Type in a Riker box. Lot #15
Riker Case 4 1/4" X  3 1/4"
(small case)

.50 caliber Smith carbine paper cartridge type.

The civil war bullet will not ship in the case but is wrapped separately to prevent damage to the glass. Pull pins out of the side of the Riker box, remove glass top, place bullet inside, place glass top back on box, press down firmly and re-install the side pins in the same holes.
 
Images (5)     Price:  $10.00

  
.50 caliber Smith Carbine Rubberr Cartridge Type in a Riker box. Lot #16
Riker Case 4 1/4" X  3 1/4"
(small case)

.50 caliber Smith carbine rubber cartridge type.

The civil war bullet will not ship in the case but is wrapped separately to prevent damage to the glass. Pull pins out of the side of the Riker box, remove glass top, place bullet inside, place glass top back on box, press down firmly and re-install the side pins in the same holes.
 
Images (5)     Price:  $10.00

  
.69 caliber rifled musket civil war bullet in a Riker box. Lot #17
Riker Case 4 1/4" X  3 1/4"
(small case)

One .69 caliber rifled musket bullet 3-ringer from the Battle of Brandy Station, Virginia (the largest cavalry battle ever fought on the North American continent).

The civil war bullet will not ship in the case but is wrapped separately to prevent damage to the glass. Pull pins out of the side of the Riker box, remove glass top, place bullet inside, place glass top back on box, press down firmly and re-install the side pins in the same holes.
 
Images (5)     Price:  $10.50

  
.58 caliber rifled musket civil war bullet in a Riker box. Lot #18
Riker Case 4 1/4" X  3 1/4"
(small case)

One .58 caliber rifled musket bullet 3-ringer from the Battle of Brandy Station, Virginia (the largest cavalry battle ever fought on the North American continent).

The civil war bullet will not ship in the case but is wrapped separately to prevent damage to the glass. Pull pins out of the side of the Riker box, remove glass top, place bullet inside, place glass top back on box, press down firmly and re-install the side pins in the same holes.

Images (5)     Price:  $10.50

  
Riker case with one .54 caliber Merrill's carbine civil war bullet. Lot #19
Riker Case 4 1/4" X  3 1/4"
(small case)

One .54 caliber Merrill's carbine.  MM138, TT91A.

The civil war bullet will not ship in the case but is wrapped separately to prevent damage to the glass. Pull pins out of the side of the Riker box, remove glass top, place bullet inside, place glass top back on box, press down firmly and re-install the side pins in the same holes.


Images (5)     Price:  $10.00

  
Riker case with one .44 caliber Army Revolver Bartholow civil war bullet. Lot #20
Riker Case 4 1/4" X  3 1/4"
(small case)

One .44 caliber Army Revolver "Bartholow".  MM479, TT48.  Revolver pictured is a Model 1860 Colt Army Revolver.

The civil war bullet will not ship in the case but is wrapped separately to prevent damage to the glass. Pull pins out of the side of the Riker box, remove glass top, place bullet inside, place glass top back on box, press down firmly and re-install the side pins in the same holes.
Images (5)     Price:  $10.00
 
  
Riker box with one Union and one Confederate civil war bullet. Lot #21
Riker Case 4 1/2" X  5 1/2"

One .58 caliber rifled musket and one .58 caliber Gardner. One pair of Union and Confederate bullets.

The civil war bullet will not ship in the case but is wrapped separately to prevent damage to the glass. Pull pins out of the side of the Riker box, remove glass top, place bullet inside, place glass top back on box, press down firmly and re-install the side pins in the same holes.


 
Images (5) Price:  $18.00
 
  
Two .69 caliber rifled musket civil war bullets in a Riker display case. Lot #22
Riker Case 4 1/2" X  5 1/2"

Two fired .69 caliber rifled musket bullets (3-ringers) from the Battle of Brandy Station, Virginia (the largest cavalry battle ever fought on the North American continent). Plug base type on left.

The civil war bullet will not ship in the case but is wrapped separately to prevent damage to the glass. Pull pins out of the side of the Riker box, remove glass top, place bullet inside, place glass top back on box, press down firmly and re-install the side pins in the same holes.

Images (5) Price:  $15.50
 
  
Pair of .36 caliber St. Louis Arsenal. Lot #23
Riker Case 4 1/4" X  3 1/4"
(small case)

Two varieties of the .36 caliber St. Louis Arsenal bullets. One MM99 TT38A and one MM500 TT38B.  These are seldom seen as a pair. MM99 TT38A is from Fort Craig, New Mexico.
Click here to read all about this bullet.

The civil war bullet will not ship in the case but is wrapped separately to prevent damage to the glass. Pull pins out of the side of the Riker box, remove glass top, place bullet inside, place glass top back on box, press down firmly and re-install the side pins in the same holes.

Images (5) Price:  $25.00
 
  
Pair of .36 caliber St. Louis Arsenal bullets. Lot #24
Riker Case 4 1/4" X  3 1/4"
(small case)

Two varieties of the .36 caliber St. Louis Arsenal bullets. One MM99 TT38A and one MM500 TT38B.  These are seldom seen as a pair.  MM99 TT38A is from Prairie Grove, Arkansas.
Click here to read all about this bullet.

The civil war bullet will not ship in the case but is wrapped separately to prevent damage to the glass. Pull pins out of the side of the Riker box, remove glass top, place bullet inside, place glass top back on box, press down firmly and re-install the side pins in the same holes.

Images (5) Price:  $25.00
 
  
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*Unless noted otherwise.
Lot shown will be shipped. The civil war bullets have been identified to the best of my ability. If you are not satisfied with your purchase, your money will be refunded. First come first serve basis.

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