Z4221 Lot of Two .44 Colt Army Watervliet Cartridges and Empty Packet
Description: Scarce variant of this cartridge packet with "Colt" Army Revolver on the front instead of just the typical "Army Revolver." These arsenal packets are scarce in their own right. They were made of pasteboard and covered with a label unlike the typical packets with the wooden blocks. The bottom seam on the face is torn and both sides of the box are gone. This comes with two .44 Watervliet cartridges that are damaged. The one on the top left has been pushed too far down into the paper body and the one on the right is cracked in half.
Measures: 2.75" x 1.6"
Reference:Round Ball to Rimfire Vol. 3 Pg. 18 No. 739
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