CONFEDERATE PERCUSSION CAP POUCH

$1,100.00

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Item Code: 33-246

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This is a nice example of a Confederate-made percussion cap pouch. In good condition, this pouch looks much like its northern counterpart.  The outer flap is in good condition with a crinkly surface. The latch tab is sewn to the underside of the flap and is unbroken. A brass finial is mounted on the bottom and is the smallest brass finial I’ve ever seen.  The single belt loop is of thin leather and 1 ¼” wide…a definite Confederate characteristic. Belt loop is sewn to the back of the pouch. There is a very thin inner flap that never had the side “ears”.  No original lamb’s wool. All stitching is complete and tight.

This is a typical Confederate percussion cap pouch.   [jet]

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