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126 00.70.0072a Bullet

Six pieces a-f
No. 24-8
Bullets and Grapeshot
Found: Port Hudson
Presented by: M.F. Arey

127 00.70.0072b Bullet

Six pieces a-f
No. 24-8
Bullets and Grapeshot
Found: Port Hudson
Presented by: M.F. Arey

128 00.70.0072c Bullet

Six pieces a-f
No. 24-8
Bullets and Grapeshot
Found: Port Hudson
Presented by: M.F. Arey

129 00.70.0072f Bullet

Six pieces a-f
No. 24-8
Bullets and Grapeshot
Found: Port Hudson
Presented by: M.F. Arey

130 00.70.0073 Horn, powder

Cow horn; hand carved spout; wooden base, small hole in center; base inscribed, "AC Willard W___".

131 00.70.0074 Shot, case None
132 00.70.0076 Bullet

Small lead musket ball with a dep gouge on one side. Color: GY
Bullet from old Fort Garney, now Winnipeg
Presented by: Hoffman

133 00.70.0077 Grenade

World War I practice grenade.

00.70.0077 (Grenade) image
134 00.70.0078 Grenade

U. S. Army practice type of World War I & II; one piece cast steel body; cross-sectioned body; hole drilled in bottom & top side; no markings.

00.70.0078 (Grenade) image
135 00.70.0079 Grenade

French hand grenade WWII Fragmentation type; black painted steel body; egg shape; cross-sectioned body; hole in top & bottom, grenade being completely inert; smooth tapered neck. Color: BK April 1942

00.70.0079 (Grenade) image
136 00.70.0080 Bullet

33 cal. German rifle shell, 7.92 mm.

137 00.70.0081a Shell, bullet

Type used in close combat to inflict disabling wounds; hardwood (oak) hollow core bullet; copper or copper alloy shell casing, necked; shell base stamped, "P154-IXal-1-92"; live primer in base; used in K98K Mauser rifles, cal. 8mm (7.92mm). a. Wooden bullet. b. Metal shell casing.

138 00.70.0082 Mold, bullet

For Sharps Rifle,; double movable handles similar to those of a pliers or wire cutter, steel construction; large block mold on end & cutter; handles stamped on obverse "Sharps Rifle Co., Bridgeport, Conn.", "Cal. 40", serial no. "155"; handle stamped on reverse "Old Reliable", serial no. "155".
Used by Thomas Seerley's Father

139 00.70.0083 Mold, bullet

Brass metal construction; pin hinged handles; approx. .45 cal. Top is rounded. Color: GD
No. 24-7
Bullet Cast and used in the revolutionary war

140 00.70.0084 Clip, cartridge

Used with German models MG-34 & MG-42 machine guns; gray metal links (9) joined by spiraled wire; a cartridge would be placed in each link, the tapered end of the link snapping into the base of the shell. Color: GY
Parts of German Machine-Gun clip picked up on the battlefield at Omaha Beach, Normandy, France. July 1944. Donated by Eugene C. Bovee

141 00.70.0086 Metal fragment

Probably from a three (3) inch artillery shell; rusted chunk of jagged steel.

142 00.70.0087 Bullet

Lead bullets with brass casing. a. - g.

143 00.70.0088 Shell, projectile

Apex of an 8" shell, cone shaped. No. 24-15

Donated by C.D. Wiler

144 00.70.0089a Bullet

Bullets and shot from the Lookout Mountain Battlefield, Tennessee.

145 00.70.0089b Bullet

Bullets and shot from the Lookout Mountain Battlefield, Tennessee.

146 00.70.0089c Bullet

Bullets and shot from the Lookout Mountain Battlefield, Tennessee.

147 00.70.0091a Shell, artillery

Two parts. a.Top, with hole in top.

148 00.70.0091b Shell, artillery bottom

b. Bottom of Shell 

149 00.70.0092 Metal fragment

Fragment of a bombshell; large jagged iron piece; badly rusted and pitted;; previously numbered "No. 24-13" (?).

150 00.70.0093 Cover, shell, artillery

Paper tube, artillery shell wrapper; placed over heads of shells to cushion them while in munitions carrier; black paper construction; white stenciled letters, "gr. B. Pzgr. bkj 43 (1943)",

Paper wrapper from German ammunition dump, used to cushion the shells in ammunition carrier. Picked up near an over-run artillery Bricquebec, Normandy, France
Donated by Eugene C. Bovee

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