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    Antique Ammunition Cartridge Display Board by United States Cartridge Company. Framed under glass in a dark walnut stained reverse bevel frame and gilt liner. Entire frame measuring 35-inches X 40-inches. Black painted background with a red and gold shield-shaped display area, featuring 99 examples of cartridges, shot-shells and bullets offered by this firm. Below the cartridge display are 5 mounted cartridge box labels [a sixth one is missing]. Numerous extra wire holes are present in board, suggesting that were more examples of cartridges present at an earlier time. Condition: Good as configured. Some losses of cartridges but not in major display area. One label missing from lower left corner. Some minor warpage of background and some repainting in evidence. Overall however, an attractive Western ammunition display board.

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    June, 2013
    9th Sunday
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