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    Rare Pre-Civil War Carbine/ Musketoon Cartridge Box. Inside dimensions 7.5" x 1.75" x 2.75" high at front. Wooden block bored with twenty .685" diameter holes. Very heavy black leather, marked "C. S. Storms/ Maker N. Y." on both one side panel and the back between the belt loops. Japanned iron roller buckles, round brass finial. The outside flap is decoratively cut along the bottom edge and extends well below the bottom of the box. The inside flap extends to the bottom edge of the box. Made with tool pouch and uses a 4" long, 1 1/16" wide latch tab. Very fine condition with just some minor crazing, no flaking, and no open seams. Likely for use with the Mexican War period musketoons. A very rare cartridge box.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2010
    26th Saturday
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