Z5768 Percussion Ammunition Packets: Union, Confederate & European 1845-1888 (Brand New In Wrapper)
Description: Excellent reference book on percussion ammunition packets from the 1840’s to the 1880’s. The book contains a total of 133 pages and shows the majority of the percussion ammunition packets used during the American Civil War. While this book covers most of the ammunition packets available during the Civil War, there is also an additional 7 pages towards the back covering cartridges. This reference has color photos and is a must have for any percussion arms collector.
Chapter 1 – Combustible Cartridge Manufacturers – Bartholow, Broux, Chadwick, Colt Cartridge Works, Hazard, Johnston & Dow, Leet & Hall, H.W. Mason, Merrill, Elam O. Potter, D.C. Sage, Shaler, Sharps Rifle Company, E.R. Sturtevant, Tibbals, etc.
Chapter 2 – Non-Combustible Cartridge Manufacturers – Burnside, B.C. English, Samuel Jackson, John Krider, Mass. Arms, Poultney &Trimble, & Volcanic.
Chapter 3- Federal Arsenals – Allegheny, Benicia, Frankford, Kennebec, St. Louis, Washington, Watervliet, etc.
Chapter 4 – Confederate Arsenals – Atlanta, Augusta, Charleston, Columbus, Fayetteville, Lynchburg, Macon, Richmond, Savannah, Selma.
Chapter 5 – English & European Cartridges
Again, this is a must have book for any packet collector. This book lists the majority of the post-war H.W. Mason packets. It will save you a lot of money if you are actively buying packets. I see a lot of these packets being sold as true Civil War packets.
Publisher: Thomas Publications
Authors: John J. Malloy, Dean S. Thomas, and Terry A. White
Measures: 8.75” x 11.25”
Price: $40.00 Shipped via USPS Media Mail. You can order this book directly through the cart. All shipping charges within the cart will be voided on my end.
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