CIVIL WAR 12 PDR LIGHT PASS BOX

$600.00
Originally $700.00

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Item Code: 853-88

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In the field artillery, pass boxes were used by an individual gunner to carry live artillery-cartridges from a service-magazine to the piece, dryly and securely.

This leather box is cylinder shaped, and has a leather sling as a handle. Sling has an iron buckle for adjusting the length. Box is marked with, “12 PDR”.

This measures 10 ¾” high x 5 ¼” in circumference. Entire sling measures 52 ½”.

Leather has some slight crazing but is supple. Stitching is tight. All straps are intact but sling is broken just above the buckle.

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