Civil War Bullet from the Battle of Parker's Crossroads with Display Case and COA
"Brig. General Nathan B. Forrest
Shot Gardner Bullet from Forrest's Confederate Troops at the Battle of Parker's Cross Roads.
Brig. Gen. Nathan B. Forrest rode into battle at Parker's Cross Road after disrupting the Union Armies advance by destroying railroad supply lines in Kentucky and Tennessee. The Union Brigades of Col. Dunham and Fuller came in contact with Forrest at Parker's Crossroads while trying to cut him off from crossing the Tennessee River. At one point of the battle Forrest's mounted and dismounted troops were being attacked from the front and rear when Forrest responded by ordering: "Charge 'em both ways" repulsing both attacks of the Union troops resulting in Confederate Victory."
This case comes in a 6 x 8" matted display case with authentic civil war bullet from The Battle of Parker's Crossroad.
Two holes in the back for easy wall mounting.
You will receive a different bullet than pictured. Only presentable bullets will be used.