EARLY BATTLEFIELD PICK-UP PERCUSSION CAP POUCH WITH OLD NOTE

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Item Code: 2023-2901

This is a weathered percussion cap pouch with old paper label.

The cap pouch is complete except for the belt loops and fleece. It is however, very well worn exhibiting surface cracking overall. Closing tab is broken. Other features are brass finial and inner flap with both ears. Leather remains supple. Most likely an early field pickup.

The paper label that accompanies this pouch reads, “Cap pouch / near Upperville / 1863 Virginia / (Rebel) / Pres’t by Lieut. Creely [?]”.

A page from one of Dave Taylor’s old catalogs (2003) listing this very item is included. [jet][PH:L]

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