Ten pound size Federal Parrott projectile picked up years ago by a farmer at Stones River. It is complete with the full rifled iron sabot intact and has been drilled, but remains rusty and uncleaned just as picked up.
This relic condition Remington revolver was recovered years ago at "Devil's Den", Gettysburg. Similar examples can be found in "Battle of Gettysburg - The Relics, Artifacts & Souvenirs", by Robert Jones
Shenkl shell, made in Pittsburgh, PA, Numerous Shenkl shells of varying calibers are still found around Charleston, most of which appear to have been fired by Admiral John A. Dahlgren’s naval gunships during the Siege of Charleston Charleston Museum
A young tourist couple was hiking one of the trails in the Stones River National Park this afternoon, looked down, and washed out on the side of the trail was this beautiful gilted cast brass pommel cap to a Civil War Foot Officer's sword. One can only wonder what type catastrophic event could break the heavy cast iron sword tang in half. (Continued in comments).