Cap & Cartridge Boxes

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CIVIL WAR CAVALRY CARBINE CARTRIDGE BOX BY HOOVER, CALHOUN & CO.

CIVIL WAR CAVALRY CARBINE CARTRIDGE BOX BY HOOVER, CALHOUN & CO.

This carbine cartridge box is an original example of the classic leather accoutrement carried by Federal mounted forces during the Civil War. This specimen is constructed of strong, black bridle… (1052-223). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR .44 CALIBER PISTOL CARTRIDGE BOX

CIVIL WAR .44 CALIBER PISTOL CARTRIDGE BOX

Original pistol cartridge box with clean leather and tight seams. Outer flap shows cracking overall. No stampings on exterior. Latch tab is complete and held in place with a rivet and semi-circle of… (2022-962). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR .36 CALIBER PISTOL CARTRIDGE BOX

CIVIL WAR .36 CALIBER PISTOL CARTRIDGE BOX

Original pistol cartridge box with clean leather and tight seams. Outer flap shows some cracking to the finish, with some wear to the edges. Maker’s stamp, “Davy & Co.” running off lower… (2022-842). Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

EXPERIMENTAL CARTRIDGE BOX FOR 56-50 SPENCER AMMUNITION

EXPERIMENTAL CARTRIDGE BOX FOR 56-50 SPENCER AMMUNITION

Black bridle leather cartridge box that looks very much like a US Civil War issue cavalry carbine box. The shape of the body and the flap appear to be the same. It has both roller buckles and the… (490-2796). Learn More »

MAKER MARKED US MODEL 1841 RIFLEMAN’S CARTRIDGE BOX

MAKER MARKED US MODEL 1841 RIFLEMAN’S CARTRIDGE BOX

The leather on this box is in fair condition and has been treated with a leather preservative that has left behind a sticky residue. The outer flap has a good bit of surface finish loss and is… (490-2795). Learn More »

US INDIAN WAR PERIOD FUSE OR FLARE BOX

US INDIAN WAR PERIOD FUSE OR FLARE BOX

This black saddle leather box began life as a Hagner Number 2 type cartridge box. The inside was altered by adding a wooden box Overall, the leather is in excellent condition. The exterior flap has a… (490-2800). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED GROUPING OF ARTIFACTS BELONGING TO PRIVATE JABEZ B. OLES 144th NY INFANTRY AND 1st NY ENGINEERS

IDENTIFIED GROUPING OF ARTIFACTS BELONGING TO PRIVATE JABEZ B. OLES 144th NY INFANTRY AND 1st NY ENGINEERS

This grouping comes from a respected central New York collection with an identification that is verbal, but trustworthy and includes the soldier’s regulation issue canteen with his initials… (480-178). Learn More »

$2,025.00
Originally $2,250.00

NAVY YARD MARKED FUSE BOX

NAVY YARD MARKED FUSE BOX

This Navy fuse box is in used but good condition. The outer flap has crazing throughout. The latch tab is sewn to the underside of the flap and is in good condition with only minor surface crackling.… (516-210). Learn More »

$180.00
Originally $225.00

CONFEDERATE CARTRIDGE BOX WITH SLING

CONFEDERATE CARTRIDGE BOX WITH SLING

In shape and configuration this box follows the Pattern of 1839. The leather of the outer flap is in very nice condition. It is supple with only minor surface crazing throughout. There are several… (1000-501). Learn More »

1864 PATTERN CARTRIDGE BOX FOR THE .69 CALIBER RIFLED MUSKET

1864 PATTERN CARTRIDGE BOX FOR THE .69 CALIBER RIFLED MUSKET

This is good example of the last of the .69 caliber U.S. cartridge boxes, a long line that extended all the way back to the American Revolution. This is the July 1864 Type II in Johnson’s typology,… (286-1097). Learn More »

MODEL 1861 INFANTRY CARTRIDGE BOX OF JOHN DEANE, 3rd MASS MILITIA 1861 AND LATER MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT FOR ACTIONS AT FORT STEDMAN WHILE IN THE 29th MASS 1862 – 1865

MODEL 1861 INFANTRY CARTRIDGE BOX OF JOHN DEANE, 3rd MASS MILITIA 1861 AND LATER MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT FOR ACTIONS AT FORT STEDMAN WHILE IN THE 29th MASS 1862 – 1865

This cartridge box is the regulation 1861 pattern using a simple straight line of stitching to retain the latch tab on the cover. The latch tab, belt loops, and sling buckles are in place. The inner… (2022-299). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CARTRIDGE BOX FROM THE FIRST DAY’S FIELD AT GETTYSBURG, SHIELDS MUSEUM

CONFEDERATE CARTRIDGE BOX FROM THE FIRST DAY’S FIELD AT GETTYSBURG, SHIELDS MUSEUM

This Confederate cartridge box was a battlefield pick-up from the first day’s battlefield here at Gettysburg and comes from the collection of Tom Bohon, who acquired it in 1974 directly from the… (490-2448). Learn More »

$2,880.00
Originally $3,600.00

CONFEDERATE CARTRIDGE BOX WITH SHOULDER STRAP MADE FROM A RIFLE SLING

CONFEDERATE CARTRIDGE BOX WITH SHOULDER STRAP MADE FROM A RIFLE SLING

This cartridge box is a Confederate copy of the US Pattern 1839 box but with obvious alterations. The first difference is the outer flap. It is of the usual width but is cut short and is only long… (490-1690). Learn More »

$1,500.00
ON HOLD

CIVIL WAR US NAVY CARTRIDGE BOX WITH POST-WAR ALTERATION

CIVIL WAR US NAVY CARTRIDGE BOX WITH POST-WAR ALTERATION

Leather is in good overall condition. Outer flap has stamped “USN” in an oval. Latch tab is solid but shows some surface finish loss. Tab is held in place by single row of stitching. There is no… (1137-05). Learn More »

MASSACHUSETTS IMPORTED BRITISH “BALL BAG”

MASSACHUSETTS IMPORTED BRITISH “BALL BAG”

This is a scarce Civil War cartridge pouch that was used by the State of Massachusetts during the Civil War and occasionally seen in images of Massachusetts Infantrymen. This pouch is of English… (490-1685). Learn More »

$600.00
Originally $750.00

VERY GOOD .58 CALIBER INFANTRY CARTRIDGE BOX BY BAKER AND MCKENNEY WITH NEW YORK SNY PLATE

VERY GOOD .58 CALIBER INFANTRY CARTRIDGE BOX BY BAKER AND MCKENNEY WITH NEW YORK SNY PLATE

This .58 caliber cartridge box is in very good condition and complete with all buckles, loops, latch tabs, inner and outer flaps, implement pouch, etc., firmly in place, still has the two interior… (1142-118). Learn More »

CLASSIC CONFEDERATE CAP BOX FROM GETTYSBURG PICKED UP BY G.W. MOWERS OF FAYETTEVILLE, PA., VETERAN OF THE 21st PA CAV AND 87th PA INF.

CLASSIC CONFEDERATE CAP BOX FROM GETTYSBURG PICKED UP BY G.W. MOWERS OF FAYETTEVILLE, PA., VETERAN OF THE 21st PA CAV AND 87th PA INF.

If you have been checking our new arrivals you will have noticed material from George W. Mowers of Fayetteville, Pennsylvania. Mowers did two stints in the army during the Civil War: six months in the… (M26553). Learn More »

US CIVIL WAR MAKER MARKED CARTRIDGE BOX WITH NAME SCRATCHED ON FRONT

US CIVIL WAR MAKER MARKED CARTRIDGE BOX WITH NAME SCRATCHED ON FRONT

Box is a Pattern 1857 for carrying .58 elongated ball cartridges. The outer flap shows light surface scuffing and some crazing from use in the lower corners. There is also the outline of a removed… (766-1573). Learn More »

FULL BUFF LEATHER INFANTRY BELT SET: CARTRIDGE BOX WITH SLING AND BOTH PLATES, BELT WITH U.S. PLATE, CAP BOX, SCABBARD AND BAYONET

FULL BUFF LEATHER INFANTRY BELT SET: CARTRIDGE BOX WITH SLING AND BOTH PLATES, BELT WITH U.S. PLATE, CAP BOX, SCABBARD AND BAYONET

This Civil War infantry belt set includes the soldier’s .58 cartridge box on a buff leather shoulder sling and waist belt rig with accouterments including a buff waistbelt and bayonet scabbard. The… (1052-113). Learn More »

VERY RARE SET OF MODEL 1874 HAZEN LOOPS, ARSENAL MARKED

VERY RARE SET OF MODEL 1874 HAZEN LOOPS, ARSENAL MARKED

These leather loops were issued with the Model 1874 Cavalry Saber belt. The item meas. approx. 8.00 inches long x 2.00 inches wide. The front has a leather keeper at each end with a wider keeper at… (490-2791). Learn More »


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