NICE CIVIL WAR PERCUSSION CAP POUCH

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Item Code: 172-5631

This is a Civil War-era percussion cap pouch. The leather shows some use. This pattern has the closing tab as a continuation of the outer flap. This latch tab is curled but unbroken. The interior is clean and the inner flap has both “ears” firmly sewn in place. Complete with fleece; no pick. Bottom has brass finial. Both narrow belt loops remain on back and are stitched and riveted in place.  All stitching remains strong and intact.

Outer flap in good condition with light wear to left edge and latch tab. Inner flap is very nice with light “WATERTOWN / ARSENAL / 1864” stamp. The latch tab and two belt loops exhibit wear like they were once in use on a belt.

A very nice condition “1864” cap pouch.  [jet]  [ph:L]

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