CONFEDERATE PERCUSSION CAP POUCH

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Item Code: 1032-13

This is a nice example of a Confederate-made percussion cap pouch. In good condition, this pouch looks much like its northern counterpart.  The latch tab is a continuation of the outer flap and is unbroken and strong. The outer flap is in good condition while there is some finish loss to the body. The finial is a narrow brass finial.  The single belt loop is of thin leather and 1 ¾” wide…a definite Confederate characteristic. Belt loop appears to be attached at the top by three tacks peened down. There is an inner flap and both “ears” remain firmly sewn in place.  No original lamb’s wool, and there may never have been any. All stitching is complete and tight.

A number of caps remain in the pouch. This is as typical a Confederate percussion cap pouch as you can get.   [jet]

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