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    Antique Shooting Accessory Box and Assorted Antique Shotgun Accessories. Comprising: 1) Antique Wooden Box. Painted green and measuring 12½x9½x9 inches with hinged lid secured by eyehooks and lock (key not present), small drawer, and leather carrying handle. "C. L. Miller Cedar Rapids Iowa" is hand painted on the top of the box. 2) Contents comprising 19 brass 12 gauge shotgun shells, various small hand tools, reloading devices, and other shotgun related material.
    Condition: 1) Very good. Box retains 40-50% original paint. The lid has a crack running its length and the leather carrying handle is a bit dry and fragile. 2) The tools and accessories are generally in very good condition.


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    Auction Dates
    Apr-May, 2012
    30th-1st Monday-Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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