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    Superb Condition Confederate Artillery Tube Pouch by J. Darrow Augusta, Georgia. Box of russet brown leather with latch tab giving the appearance of pigskin. Nicely marked in lower center of the front flap in egg shaped cartouche "J. Darrow / Maker / Augusta Ga." The word "Maker" in a modified old English script. Remarkable condition with some signs of use and minor scuffing but absolutely no crackling or flaking. All seams tight and sound. Tool marks visible on sides, front interior of box, back of box and pin prick on inside flap. Incised line around both the inner and outer flaps. Certainly one of the finest examples of this desirable piece of maker marked Confederate equipment extant, and absolutely untouched.

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    June, 2012
    9th Saturday
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