CIVIL WAR PERCUSSION CAP POUCH WITH “NJ” PLATE ON FLAP

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Item Code: 2022-208

This is a Civil War-era percussion cap pouch reused for New Jersey militia after the war.

The leather shows light wear overall.

This pattern has the closing tab as a continuation of the outer flap. This latch tab is unbroken. No makings of any sort. The interior flap has both “ears” firmly sewn in place. No fleece, but nipple pick remains. Bottom has brass finial.

Small sized oval plate (2.75” x 1.5”) is brass faced with lead fill; four wires hold it to the flap.

Both narrow belt loops on back remain attached at the bottom but are separated at the top. All other stitching remains strong and intact.

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

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