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Here are some Little Bighorn memorabilia we have sold in the past:

Little Bighorn Battle Relic — Metal Arrowhead With Streaked Yellow War Paint, Used by the Native Americans Against Custer’s Forces — From the Stella Foote Collection

One of the last surviving relics of the Battle of Little Bighorn, a metal arrowhead measuring 4” long, streaked with yellow war paint which, in Native American culture, symbolizes a willingness to fight to the death. And fight to the death they did; the Native American tribes had a resounding victory at Little Bighorn, killing and wounding over 300 federal troops including General George Custer. Arrowhead was part of the collection of Stella Foote, and then part of the equally impressive Alexander Acevedo collection, who auctioned the piece through Butterfield & Butterfield as part of Lot 113 in their ”Important Custer, Indian War & Western Memorabilia” sale on 4 April 1995. Arrowhead measures 4” long and .75” wide, with a 1” jagged nock at the end. Expected tarnishing but overall in very good condition, fully intact and with yellow war paint still dramatic. Sold for $1,875.

Little Bighorn memorabilia

Consign your Little Bighorn memorabilia at Nate D. Sanders Auctions. Send a description of your Little Bighorn memorabilia and images of your Little Bighorn memorabilia to us at Nate@NateDSanders.com.

Bullet Shell Casing From the Battle of Little Bighorn — From the Stella Foote Collection

One of the last surviving relics of the Battle of Little Bighorn, a used bullet shell casing expelled during the fight. Bullet casing was part of the collection of Stella Foote, and then the Alexander Acevedo collection, who auctioned the piece through Butterfield & Butterfield as part of Lot 113 in their ”Important Custer, Indian War & Western Memorabilia” sale on 4 April 1995. Casing measures 2.125” long and .625” in diameter. With bits of yellow cloth adhered, matching the color of the uniforms of U.S. troops. Sold for $938.

Little Bighorn memorabilia

Consign your Little Bighorn memorabilia at Nate D. Sanders Auctions. Send a description of your Little Bighorn memorabilia and images of your Little Bighorn memorabilia to us at Nate@NateDSanders.com.

Bullet Shell Casing From the Battle of Little Bighorn — From the Stella Foote Collection

One of the last surviving relics of the Battle of Little Bighorn, a used bullet shell casing expelled during the fight. Bullet casing was part of the collection of Stella Foote, and then part of the Alexander Acevedo collection, who auctioned the piece through Butterfield & Butterfield as part of Lot 113 in their ”Important Custer, Indian War & Western Memorabilia” sale on 4 April 1995. Casing measures approximately 2” long and .625” in diameter. Bent, and with bits of yellow cloth adhered, matching the color of the uniforms of U.S. troops. Sold for $938.

Little Bighorn memorabilia

Consign your Little Bighorn memorabilia at Nate D. Sanders Auctions. Send a description of your Little Bighorn memorabilia and images of your Little Bighorn memorabilia to us at Nate@NateDSanders.com.

Bullet Shell Casing From the Battle of Little Bighorn

One of the last surviving relics of the Battle of Little Bighorn, a used bullet shell casing expelled during the fight. Bullet casing was part of the collection of Stella Foote, and then part of the equally impressive Alexander Acevedo collection, who auctioned the piece through Butterfield & Butterfield as part of Lot 113 in their “Important Custer, Indian War & Western Memorabilia” sale on 4 April 1995. Casing measures 2.125″ long and .625″ in diameter. Bent from the force of the gun, and with bits of yellow cloth adhered, matching the color of the uniforms of U.S. troops. Sold for $774.

Little Bighorn memorabilia

Consign your Little Bighorn memorabilia at Nate D. Sanders Auctions. Send a description of your Little Bighorn memorabilia and images of your Little Bighorn memorabilia to us at Nate@NateDSanders.com.

Bullet Shell Casing From the Battle of Little Bighorn

One of the last surviving relics of the Battle of Little Bighorn, a used bullet shell casing expelled during the fight. Bullet casing was part of the collection of Stella Foote, and then part of the Alexander Acevedo collection, who auctioned the piece through Butterfield & Butterfield as part of Lot 113 in their “Important Custer, Indian War & Western Memorabilia” sale on 4 April 1995. Headstamp reads “U.M.C. 44 COLT”. Casing measures 1″ long and .5″ in diameter. Bent, and with a bit of yellow cloth adhered, matching the color of the uniforms of U.S. troops. Sold for $743.

Little Bighorn memorabilia

Consign your Little Bighorn memorabilia at Nate D. Sanders Auctions. Send a description of your Little Bighorn memorabilia and images of your Little Bighorn memorabilia to us at Nate@NateDSanders.com.

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