Description: Very nice .44 Henry rimfire cartridge known as the .44 Henry, pointed, short case cartridge. This example doesn't have a headstamp but was likely manufactured by Crittenden & Tibbals of South Coventry, Connecticut. This style of cartridge is excavated in late war sites. A very nice Civil War cartridge!
Measures: D .445” OAL 1.341” CL .839”
Reference: "Round Ball to Rimfire” Vol. 2 Pg. 296 No. 604
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