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U.M.C. “Dog Head” Logo No. 2 S&W Picture Box .32 RF Short
Item #: Z5732
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Z5732 U.M.C. "Dog Head” Logo No. 2 S&W Picture Box .32 RF Short
Description: Partial box containing 48 original .32 Short rimfire cartridges for the Smith & Wesson No. 2 revolver. The box is complete and pretty clean with wear to the outer edges. It has a fabric background with a clear red label with black print. The label features the early "Dog Head” logo with a picture of a Smith & Wesson No. 2. The trademark for the "Dog Head” logo was issued on November 10, 1868 and used through 1886. The side label is mostly intact on this example, and you can make out the designation on the sides and front and back.

The top label reads as follows:
FIFTY, .32 CALIBRE SHORT
No. 2
PISTOL CARTRIDGES
With SWAGED BULLETS.
MANUFACTURED BY THE
UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE COMPANY,
BRIDGEPORT, CONN. U.S.A.

The side label reads as follows:
Made Expressly for Target Gallery Shooting
32 SHORT
Warranted to fit and guaranteed superior to any in the market.

Measures: 3.38” x 1.75” x 1.045”
Price: $165.00 UPS Shipping Required

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Item # Z5732
Your Price $165.00 USD

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