JUST ADDED ON 6/10 - GETTYSBURG - THE WHEATFIELD AREA - ROSENSTEEL FAMILY - Unusual Fired Bullet
This is an unusual fired bullet - it has a very deep cavity (reminiscent of a Williams Regulation bullet) but also appears to have had the nose cut which would imply it was nose cast. It was found in the wooded area between the Wheatfield and the area known as the loop (the road that leads away from the Wheatfield passes through here - it is the area that the Irish Brigade Monument is in). This artifact was a part of the collection of Iva Rosensteel, sister of George Rosensteel (founder of the Gettysburg National Museum and the famous Electric Map) so the provenance could not be better. This is the first time that this artifact is being offered for public sale and I feel very privileged in the opportunity to offer it. The Rosensteels were, of course, the most famous artifact collecting family in Gettysburg and the bulk of the relics on display at today's Gettysburg National Park Visitor Center come from the Rosensteels. A signed provenance letter will be provided with this relic.