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Grouping of Civil War era dug artifacts. 1ST ITEM: Decorated brass militia buckle or plate with central eagle and flags in each corner, most likely ordered for a community organized Georgia or Alabama militia and found in Tallapoosa, Georgia (near the Alabama border), pre Civil War era, circa 1850 – 1870. 2-1/4" square. 2ND ITEM: A grouping of three Civil War buckles, all Union, one oval US and two rectangular with central Eagle, circa 1860's. 3RD ITEM: Flattened minie ball impressed with indian head penny with miscellaneous clothing items, button & suspender buckles and knapsak hook. 4TH ITEM: Grouping of 13 Civil War cased minie balls. Provenance: All items were found by Joe Lipsius, a Captain on the Regimental staff of the 272nd Infantry Regiment, 69th Division during WWII. Mr. Lipsius is an enthusiast of metal detecting and an avid WWII collector from Georgia. Condition: All items in dug condition, 1ST ITEM: Buckle detached from hook.