With Little BigHorn Battlefield Artifacts / Relics becoming ever more scarce this lot is a must have for any Indian War Collector. Restrictions on the land have made it impossible for anyone in the public to find anything that hasn't been found already.
In this lot I'm offering 3 fired and struck 45/70 Bullets dug from the banks of the Little BigHorn at Cheyenne Camp. The are generically mounted on older display board with Elmer's Glue I believe . ( I would have them cleared of the glue and professionally displayed.) I obtained them a few years ago from a gentleman who has owned them since the 1970's . There is an identification tag on the board that's been there since the bullets were mounted prior to the 1970's .The other item is also unique. It's an Authentic Autograph of the Probable Last Surviving Cheyenne Warrior that fought in the Battle. "Louie Dog" Signed I believe in 1936 on Crow Indian Agency Montana Identification Stationary . Feel free to contact me with any questions!!Shipping is FREE! I will ship securely within one business day of recurring payment via PayPal Thank you for your interest and happy offerding!!
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