John Sivertsen: Skeletal Remains from His Horse, along with the .45 Caliber Bullet Removed from the Horse's Skull. These bleached bones were found partially exposed, and led to excavation which yielded a rich trove of artifacts belonging to the horse's rider. Included is the .45 caliber bullet which was dug out of the horse's skull.
Pictured on page 281 of Glenwood Swanson's G. A. Custer: His Life and Times and accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity from Jason Pitsch, President of the Reno Battlefield Museum and owner of the property on which they were found. To view the pages from the above book regarding the Sivertsen Collection, click here.