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10/28/2019 2:53 PM
Item 823993738
Location Allport, PA 16821
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(MAKE AN OFFER) S186W, Models 1855-62, the type that had the lead backed brass US buckle fastened to the rain flap. Still tied together with the original ordnance string. Soldered together as usual, but no separator in top compartment and left un-tinned, which accounts for the coating, or rust on all surfaces. Fortunately, the metal is sound and will take to cleaning up again. These are super rare today, but on Bannerman's Island Arsenal, they were lying in heaps after the crates they were in had rotted away. We sold these in the 1960's for $5 a pair and ran out of them as the Civil War Centennial Reenactments were just getting tooled up for action. The demand was high and this is our last pair. Each measures 1 3/8" x 3 3/8" x 5". Even if you don't need these for your cartridge boxes, they make a seriously historical statement for display, to show how they were tied with ordnance cord and shipped in big crates to be mated up with the leather cartridge boxes being made at contractor factories. All original, ship weight is 2 lbs

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2.00 Pounds