These two bullets are .65 in long, .4114 diameter. The one on the top is 144 grain, on the bottom 148 grain. Both have the form of a Lemat with the most salient difference being the curvature at the waist. Can anybody provide a positive identification?
The best place on the internet to get a civil war bullet correctly identified is the "Civil War Projectiles" discussion forum at bulletandshell.com. Go to the homepage and click on the forum at the top of the contents list on the left of the homepage. Like here at T-Net, you have to join to be able to post. Also like here in the What-Is-It? forum, well-focused closeup pics and precise measurement of the bullet's diameter and length are necessary for getting the correct ID.