✅ SOLVED Lead Oval from Civil War Site

tcornel

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We were hunting in Virginia at a confirmed civil war permission.

It is lead and measures 2 11/16 by 1 7/16. Perhaps 1/8 inch thick. No markings that I can see. There are some indents middle, upper center.

Could this be a backing for some kind of badge, etc. ?
 

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tcornel

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Maybe they sliced it down . I do know they did all kinds of things to bullets for WHAT EVER REASONS they wanted
 
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tcornel

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All Treasure Hunting
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I've found those in winter camps in Stafford and Spotsylvania county Va . I always felt they were poker chips.
Thank you for the id. That maes sense. This was found in Spotsylvania County near the battlefield.
 
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