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    Civil War Era .577 Caliber Wooden Ammunition Crate. Approximately 17" long, 12" in width and 8" tall. Wooden construction with dovetail joints constructed with a combination of earlier square nails and later types of nails. Remnants of the original stencils appear on each end of the crate "RIFLE MUSK / CAL .577". A paper card affixed to the inside top lid is captioned by hand: "Keep / Cartridge box used during / Civil War 1861-1865 / Cal .577 / no. on each end of the box". This box has been repurposed in the years after the war and has been fitted with leather strap closures. Good condition and great display piece.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2015
    12th-13th Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 9
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