SET OF 3 CARTRIDGES – MT. PLEASANT CARTRIDGE COMPANY

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Item Code: 1212-255

These are nice examples of modern cartridges that were produced in the 1950s and 1960s by the Mount Pleasant Cartridge Company in Racine, Wisconsin.

These are very similar to the compressed cartridges produced during the American Civil War by Hazard, but are missing the coating of collodion. They have a pressed powder charge that is glued to the base of the bullet.

Included in a .36, .44, and .58 caliber cartridge.

Nice set, and although these are somewhat modern, they are still collectible in their own right.  [jet]  [ph:L]

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