ARSENAL MARKED U.S. PERCUSSION CAP POUCH

$75.00

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Item Code: 490-1036

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This is a Civil War leather percussion cap pouch. The leather throughout the box is stiff and the flaps are tough to open. Moderate surface cracking overall. The outer flap had the integral closing tab which has torn off at the finial hole. The interior flap has one of the inner “ears” remaining with maker’s mark, “WATERTOWN / ARSENAL / 1864 / US”. The body of the box is in solid condition. There is only trace remnants of the fleece and there is no nipple pick. Bottom has round brass finial. Reverse has one broken belt loop remaining. Belt loops were stitched and riveted. All stitching that remains is tight and unbroken. Nice arsenal stamps.  [jet]

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