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Complete with its waist belt and a single remaining paper wrapped cartridge! 1960’s Cape Cod purchase. See Collector’s Illustrated Encyclopedia of the American Revolution, p.69 #22 for a very similar example. Built around a 24 compartment or hole oak block to accommodate 24 paper wrapped cartridges. Leather face overlapping the block bottom. Leather belt loops to the back and a leather flap with tooled double line borders and a central saltire. The underside of the flap with a button holed tab to engage a matching tab with leather button (the stub only remaining) for closure. The flap cracked and detached at the back crease but complete. Retaining its original line tooled edge leather waist belt. One end with an iron buckle and belt loop. The other plain but with remnants of a separate inner belt to engage the buckle with the plain belt end secured in the loop and covering the inner fastening.

Stock Number: B9177

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