MAKER-MARKED CIVIL WAR PERCUSSION CAP POUCH

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Item Code: 2021-817

This is a Civil War-era percussion cap pouch. This pattern has the closing tab as a continuation of the outer flap. This latch tab is unbroken. Much of the finish on the outer flap is gone. Oval sub-inspector’s stamp remains visible on flap. The interior is clean and the inner flap has both “ears” firmly sewn in place. Inner flap has maker’s stamp, but only “Newark, NJ” is readable. No fleece or pick. Brass finial mounted on bottom. Both narrow belt loops remain in place on back and are stitched and riveted in place.  Much of the finish is gone from the belt loops as well. All stitching remains strong and intact. Pouch has been treated with a leather preservative leaving some residue. Leather remains supple.

A nice Civil War cap pouch.  [jet] [ph:L]

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