Collection of Civil War relics excavated along Red Bud Run on the Third Winchester battlefield. The lot includes a brass U.S. carbine sling “batwing” buckle, general service eagle buttons, an 1865 two-cent piece, an 1858 Flying Eagle Cent, Minie balls, Sharps bullets, a Burnside bullet, cap box finial, accouterment rivets, and Spencer Carbine casings. The relics are housed in a hinged, glass top display case. The Third Battle of Winchester, also known as the Battle of Opequon, was fought near Winchester, Virginia, on September 19, 1864. Union Army Major General Philip Sheridan defeated Confederate Army Lieutenant General Jubal Early in one of the largest, bloodiest, and most important battles in the Shenandoah Valley. Among the 5,000 Union casualties were one general killed and three wounded. The casualty rate for the Confederates was high: about 4,000 of 15,500. Two Confederate generals were killed and four were wounded. A nice variety of relics from a historic Civil War battle. Housed in 6 x 9 inch wood hinged box.