RARE 250-COUNT CIVIL WAR ERA JOYCE’S PERCUSSION CAP TIN WITH BRASS LABEL

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Item Code: 2024-128

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Here is an original Civil War era tin of ribbed revolver percussion caps made by Joyce. This is a tall, probably 250 count size tin. Measures 1.5” in diameter by 1.5” tall. The japanned tin is in very good condition. Tin still contains perhaps 60-70% of the caps.

Original green and white tissue inside. Brass label attached to the lid is in very good condition. The label reads, “JOYCE’S / PATENT WATERPROOF / 1855 / ANTI CORROSIVE CAPS.”

Hard to find tin and a good accessory for any percussion revolver or cased set.  [jet] [ph:L]

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