PATTERN 1860 ENFIELD CARTRIDGE BOX

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Item Code: 490-6815

This English cartridge box is constructed of black bridle leather and a white buff leather closing tab. Complete with inner and outer flaps, iron roller buckles, and wide belt loops.

Five-compartment cartridge tin is in perfect shape.  This pattern did not have the integral cap pouch. No maker’s stamps.

These were imported during the war by the Confederacy as well as several Northern states. Most stitching is strong and leather is pliable; two slight separations on corners of inside flap.  In unissued or slightly used condition, showing no wear on the belt loops. The white leather closing tab has been cut on one side of the center finial hole.

A very nice example of a cartridge box rarely offered for sale.  [jet] [ph:L]

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