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The box is made from russet leather and is equipped with cast buckles for attachment of the over the shoulder sling. The closing finial is made of lead. The tins are made in two pieces and are original to the box. Archibald and Richard McKensie were Charleston saddle and harness makers in the decades leading up to the war.

The box is made from russet leather and is equipped with cast buckles for attachment of the over the shoulder sling. The closing finial is made of lead. The tins are made in two pieces and are original to the box. Archibald and Richard McKensie were Charleston saddle and harness makers in the decades leading up to the war.

The box is made from russet leather and is equipped with cast buckles for attachment of the over the shoulder sling. The closing finial is made of lead. The tins are made in two pieces and are original to the box. Archibald and Richard McKensie were Charleston saddle and harness makers in the decades leading up to the war.

The box is made from russet leather and is equipped with cast buckles for attachment of the over the shoulder sling. The closing finial is made of lead. The tins are made in two pieces and are original to the box. Archibald and Richard McKensie were Charleston saddle and harness makers in the decades leading up to the war.

This late war jacket with Script "I" buttons was worn by Confederate artillery officer William Blakemore. The red trim was added post-war.

Confederate low quarter brogans from the collection of the North Carolina MOH

A Confederate 'CS' Two-Piece Buckle and Belt Set – Richmond Depot Issue

Houston Depot cartridge box

Rare CS cartridge box with tin. Nice black leather box with lead finial and correct one piece tin inside. The top flap was cot off as often seen on CS boxes. Speculation has it the the top flap was removed for easy access or leather for their shoes. Old paper inside reads Private Edward Kay Co I Thirtieth Va.

CS cap box of russet brown leather. Has typical single belt loop and lead finial, and it has the one piece front with inner flap.

CS cap box of russet brown leather. Has typical single belt loop and lead finial, and it has the one piece front with inner flap.

The box shown here likely ran the blockade, and was issued with the Enfield rifle and rifle-muskets brought from England. It could however have been issued with any Confederate long arm.The box carries the “S.ISAAC CAMPBELL & Co. 71 JERMYN ST. LONDON” stamping on the inside of the outer flap.

The box shown here likely ran the blockade, and was issued with the Enfield rifle and rifle-muskets brought from England. It could however have been issued with any Confederate long arm.The box carries the “S.ISAAC CAMPBELL & Co. 71 JERMYN ST. LONDON” stamping on the inside of the outer flap.

The box shown here likely ran the blockade, and was issued with the Enfield rifle and rifle-muskets brought from England. It could however have been issued with any Confederate long arm.The box carries the “S.ISAAC CAMPBELL & Co. 71 JERMYN ST. LONDON” stamping on the inside of the outer flap.

The box shown here likely ran the blockade, and was issued with the Enfield rifle and rifle-muskets brought from England. It could however have been issued with any Confederate long arm.The box carries the “S.ISAAC CAMPBELL & Co. 71 JERMYN ST. LONDON” stamping on the inside of the outer flap.

The box shown here likely ran the blockade, and was issued with the Enfield rifle and rifle-muskets brought from England. It could however have been issued with any Confederate long arm.The box carries the “S.ISAAC CAMPBELL & Co. 71 JERMYN ST. LONDON” stamping on the inside of the outer flap.

Confederate made infantry cap box totally hand sewn of brown russet leather with a crude single wide belt loop on the back and crude lead finial on the bottom. The front flap has double incised decorative edge border lines, classically country crude.

Rare dug Confederate leather cartridge box with .58 two ring and tin liners. Leather remain in good condition because it was dug from a wet area.

NORTH CAROLINA CARTRIDGE BOX used by J L Barnes Co A 32 Ncv REgt and found at at the Rail Road cut at Gettysburg

NORTH CAROLINA CARTRIDGE BOX used by J L Barnes Co A 32 Ncv REgt and found at at the Rail Road cut at Gettysburg

Unmarked William Brands & Co. painted canvas cap box. The flap is very stiff on this box almost like there is cardboard under the fabric. Finial is brass.

William Brands & Co. painted canvas cartridge box. Finial is lead.

This unmarked percussion cap box is manufactured primarily of canvas, painted with a waterproof coating; generally referred to as tarred linen. The body of the box is made of leather as are the end caps. The front and back is made of a single piece of painted canvas with a wide painted canvas belt loop sewn on. The closing finial is made of lead. The closure tab is russet leather.

This unmarked percussion cap box is manufactured primarily of canvas, painted with a waterproof coating; generally referred to as tarred linen. The body of the box is made of leather as are the end caps. The front and back is made of a single piece of painted canvas with a wide painted canvas belt loop sewn on. The closing finial is made of lead. The closure tab is russet leather.

This unmarked percussion cap box is manufactured primarily of canvas, painted with a waterproof coating; generally referred to as tarred linen. The body of the box is made of leather as are the end caps. The front and back is made of a single piece of painted canvas with a wide painted canvas belt loop sewn on. The closing finial is made of lead. The closure tab is russet leather.