CIVIL WAR MAKER MARKED PERCUSSION CAP POUCH

$175.00

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Item Code: 172-5359

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This is a complete and nice percussion cap pouch. The leather over the whole piece shows moderate surface crazing. This pattern has the integral closing tab as an extension of the outer flap. The latch tab is unbroken. A light sub-inspector’s (“R. WHITE”) stamp is present on the flap. The interior flap is marked with a partially readable Newark, NJ marker stamp and has both inner “ears” in place. The full fleece is present but no pick. Bottom has brass finial. Both narrow belt loops remain in place on back and are stitched and riveted.

An original Civil War cap pouch in fine condition.  [jet]

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INSCRIBED SWORD OF LT. WILLIAM L. FOULKE, 79th ILLINOIS, WOUNDED IN ACTION AT LIBERTY GAP, TN, AND SAW ACTION AT STONES RIVER, MISSIONARY RIDGE, ATLANTA CAMPAIGN, FRANKLIN AND NASHVILLE

William L. Foulke received his commission as 2nd Lieutenant of Co. C in the 79th Infantry on May 11, 1863, was promoted to 1st Lieutenant, and served as acting regimental adjutant from January 1, 1865, mustering out with the regiment that June. His… (172-5481). Learn More »

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