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    Civil War Cartridge Box Identified to Sergeant Ansel J. Darling, Company G, Michigan 17th Infantry, Killed in Action at Antietam. An early war transition cartridge box mounted with brass "US" box plate, stenciled on the inside flap "A DARLING 17 MICH". Ansel Darling enlisted on July 12, 1862, as a Sergeant and mustered into "G" Company of the 17th Michigan on August 18, 1862. He was killed a month later at Antietam, September 17, 1862. The box lacks the inner tins and strap buckles, otherwise it is in very good condition.

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    June, 2015
    12th-13th Friday-Saturday
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