Dropped Civil War Confederate Tie Ring Sharps Recovered From Brandy Station, Va
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Dropped Civil War Confederate Tie Ring Sharps Recovered From Brandy Station, Va:
Up for sale is this Confederate Tie Ring Sharps Civil War Bullet Recovered From the Site of the Battle of Brandy Station, VA (Beauregard Plantation).We purchased this bullet directly from the digger and it was found on private property with the owner's permission. This bullet come from a major battle and will be a great addition to any collection. You will receive the item shown in the photos. All of our items are guaranteed to be authentic. Please see photos for condition.
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TheBattle of Brandy Station, also called theBattle of Fleetwood Hill, was the largest of theAmerican Civil War, as well as the largest ever to take place on American soil.It was fought on June 9, 1863, aroundBrandy Station, Virginia, at the beginning of theGettysburg Campaignby theUnioncavalry underMaj. Gen.Alfred Pleasontonagainst Maj. Gen.J.E.B. Pleasonton launched a surprise dawn attack on Stuart's cavalry at Brandy Station. After an all-day fight in which fortunes changed repeatedly, the Federals retired without discoveringGen.Robert E. Lee's infantry camped nearCulpeper. This battle marked the end of the Confederate cavalry's dominance in theEast.
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