US CIVIL WAR PISTOL CARTRIDGE BOX

$115.00 SOLD

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Item Code: 1235-40

The leather on this box is in overall good condition.

The outer flap shows only heavy wear in the form of surface finish loss at top and edges. Latch tab shows wear but is solid and attached by arched stitching and a copper rivet. Lower left corner of the flap has the inspectors mark while the right corner has a faint “US.” Maker’s mark was present below the latch tab rivet but surface finish loss has obliterated everything but the word “NEWARK.”

The inner body of the box is in nice shape with both leather dividers on the inside.

The bottom of the box has a brass pear-shaped finial with a slight buildup of verdigris.

The reverse has both belt loops in good condition with minor surface finish loss and crazing.  [ad] [ph:L]

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