CIVIL WAR PERCUSSION CAP POUCH RECYCLED FOR INDIAN WARS

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Item Code: 172-5405

This is a complete and very nice percussion cap pouch. It started life as a Civil War pattern pouch, was probably unissued, and was then recycled for use during the Indian Wars era.

The leather over the whole piece shows light wear and surface crazing. This pattern has the integral closing tab as an extension of the outer flap. The latch tab is unbroken. “US” in an oval, reminiscent of a Civil War belt plate, is embossed on the center of the outer flap. The original interior flap has been cut away leaving just the two outer edges which were sewn in place. The fleece has detached but is present in the bottom of pouch; no pick. Bottom has pointy brass finial. Both narrow belt loops remain in place on back and are stitched and riveted.   [jet]

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