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    A nice clean full box, I believe pre WW2, not sealed. $125.00


EXTREMELY SCARCE FULL BOX. UNITED STATES CARTRIDGE COMPANY FROM LOWELL MASS.22 SHORT WITH RAISED US HEADSTAMP. I BELIEVE FROM c1870s CLEAN LABEL WITH CLEAR GRAPHICS. OLD PASTEBOARD BOX SHOWING SIGNS OF SOFTENING AND DETERIORATION ON END FLAPS. CLICK TO ENLARGE PHOTOS.

         $325.00

       


      Here is one of the scarcest boxes that I have had, (as well as one of the most expensive). As you can see, a box of .22 short Winchester Spotlight ammunition. This ammunition was developed in 1913 as what was called an "Impact illuminating bullet" Meant to flash when a hard target was struck. As you can see this box is open but remains full. Shown in the pictures, the label is missing a section on the underside of the box while the section under the box that remains (the part that has the date code) has a couple of small missing areas. The under side of the label that remains simply lifted up off the bottom of the box. The sixth picture shows a date code of 5-20, May of 1920.

$325.00


  Full 50 round box of 22 Hornet for AF survival rifle  $90.00


  Full unopened pack of Lane's percussion cartridges, marked for Colt and Remington Revolvers. I believe from the early 1900s. $250.00


 

 


FULL BOX REMINGTON .41 LONG COLT.

  BOX HAS SHELF SCUFFING AND A STICK ON LABEL FROM PREVIOUS OWNER ON BOTTOM $125.00  


I WOULD ALMOST BE WILLING TO BET THAT YOU HAVE NEVER SEEN A BOX OF THIS AMMO LET ALONE A COMPLETE SET OF THE THREE LOADINGS PICTURED. THIS .45 COLT AMMUNITION, 20 ROUNDS TO A BOX, WAS CUSTOM LOADED BY HORNADY USING NEW WINCHESTER BRASS, FOR U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY TEAMS. IT IS MY UNDERSTANDING THAT THEY WERE USED TO SURVEY MOUNTAIN RANGES IN THE DAYS BEFORE GPS SYSTEMS. WHEN SURVEY TEAMS DID NOT HAVE THE BENEFIT OF LINE OF SIGHT. THEY WERE FIRED FROM A COLT REVOLVER THAT WAS FIXED TO AN ADJUSTABLE TRIPOD, THE POSITION TO BE LOCATED BY ANOTHER TEAM MEMBER WITH A TRANSIT. ONE BOX CONTAINS "FINDER" CARTRIDGES, WHICH LEAVES A TRAIL OF WHITE SMOKE FOR AN INITIAL LOCATION. ANOTHER BOX CONTAINS "DAYTIME" CARTRIDGES, WHICH LEAVE A RED TRAIL, FOR LOCATING THE POSITION AGAINST A BACKGROUND OF BLUE SKY OR WHITE CLOUDS. THE THIRD BOX CONTAINS "TRACER" WHICH EMITS A WHITE STREAK FOR MARKING AGAINST AN OVERCAST SKY OR DUSK OR DAWN. THESE ARE THREE FULL 20 ROUND BOX'S. THE TWO EXAMPLE ROUNDS WERE EXTRAS THAT WERE PULLED AND CUT AWAY FOR EXAMINATION AND ARE INCLUDED WITH THE SET    

      All three boxes $650.00


FULL BOX 45-80

SPECIAL LOADED 2.4 INCH CASE FOR TRAPDOOR SPRINGFIELD MARKSMAN/SHARPSHOOTER RIFLES. USED BY ARMY MARKSMAN AT CREEDMORE. SOME BOOKS SAY 181 RIFLES PRODUCED AND ANOTHER SAYS 201 MADE. ALL HEAD STAMPS ALIKE, R-F-4-81. TOP AND BOTTOM OF 2 PIECE BOX WRAPPED SEPARATELY IN SHRINK WRAP. SINGLE ROUNDS OCCASIONALLY APPEAR, SELDOM FULL BOXES. $525.00

 


FULL BOX 45COLT/S&W SCHOFIELD REVOLVERS:

WHAT MAKES THIS BOX SO DESIRABLE IS THE DATE STAMP OF 1875. SURE, EVERYBODY SEEMS TO DESIRE THE 1876 DATE DUE TO THE YEAR OF THE CUSTER BATTLE. IN REALITY 1875 WAS THE 1ST YEAR OF PRODUCTION OF THE SHORTER ROUND TO FIT THE 1873 COLT AS WELL AS THE 1875 SCHOFIELD WHICH WAS ALSO IN IT'S FIRST YEAR OF PRODUCTION. SO ANY OF YOU COLLECTORS WHO ARE FORTUNATE ENOUGH TO OWN A 1ST MODEL SCHOFIELD, HERE IS A BOX OF AMMO IN IT'S FIRST YEAR PRODUCTION TO GO ALONG WITH THE 1ST YEAR REVOLVER. AS AN AFTERTHOUGHT THIS AMMO HAD A FULL 18 MONTHS PRODUCTION RUN BEFORE THE CUSTER BATTLE. BOX HAS BEEN SHRINK WRAPPED FOR PROTECTION. $950.00


A FULL BOX OF GEVELOT .22 CALIBER TRACER AMMUNITION. ONE END FLAP IS MISSING AND THERE IS A STRIP OF WORN AREA SHOWN IN THE PHOTOS.

$95.00


HERE'S A FULL BOX FOR ALL YOU BULLARD SINGLE SHOT AND LEVER ACTION SHOOTERS. 10 ROUNDS OF UMC 32-40 BULLARD IN A VERY NICE BOX. BOX HAS HAD SOME ATTEMPTS AT TAPE REPAIR ON COVER ENDS, WHICH SHOULD SHOW UP IN THE PHOTOS.                    


 

A FULL BOX OF WESTERN .32 SHORT RIMFIRE CARTRIDGES. A NICE CONDITION BOX. TAKE A LOOK.

   

$135.00


A FULL BOX OF REMINGTON .32 SHORT. ALL CORRECT "U" HEADSTAMPS BUT NOT NATIVE TO THIS BOX NOT SEALED.

  $135.00


A FULL BOX OF WINCHESTER .32 SHORT IN A "LESMOK" BOX. HAS MIXED HEADSTAMPS. 16 WITH THE IMPRESSED "H" AND 34 ROUNDS WITH THE WESTERN DIAMOND"<>" NOT SEALED

$130.00


A FULL OPENED BOX OF WINCHESTER .32 SHORT WITH ALL CORRECT ROUNDS THAT ARE NATIVE TO THIS BOX. NOT SEALED.

$145.00


A BOX OF .32 LONG RIMFIRE. 44 ROUNDS ARE NATIVE TO THE BOX AND HAVE THE "D" DOMINION HEADSTAMP, THE REMAINING 6 ROUNDS ARE OF PETERS MANUFACTURE AND HAVE THE "P" HEADSTAMP.

  $135.00


THIS IS NOT A FULL BOX

BUT IT'S SO NICE (and I don't have a page for partial boxes) THAT I HAD TO PUT IT SOMEWHERE A PARTIAL BOX OF 25 ORIGINAL ROUNDS OF STETSONS PATENT WINCHESTER .32 LONG RIMFIRE. GORGEOUS SIDE LABELS AND JUST ABOUT PERFECT TOP LABEL WITH JUST A SLIGHT CHIP. OPEN THREE SIDES, HINGES ON THE LONG .32 LONG R.F. EDGE. JUST POSTED NEW PICTURES WITHOUT CLEAR WRAP.

$195.00


HERE'S A FULL BOX OF PETERS 25-20. I BELIEVE FROM 1950-1962 ERA. 50 JACKETED SOFT-POINT ROUNDS TO THE BOX. BOX IS IN SOUND CONDITION WITH SOME MINOR SCUFFING ON THE CORNERS AS SEEN IN THE PICTURES. I'VE ADDED ANOTHER COUPLE OF PHOTOS DUE TO ME NOT MENTIONING THE FACT THAT THEIR IS SOME WRITING ON THE SIDE OF THE BOX IN INK PROBABLY THE ORIGINAL SELLING PRICE.

$110.00



c1940s

$150.00


       


c1919 A SINGLE FULL BOX OF 40 .30 CALIBER BALL CARTRIDGES FOR THE PEDERSON DEVICE DEVELOPED FOR THE 1903 SPRINGFIELD.

$385.00



  $110.00

25-20 WINCHESTER, FULL BOX, SOUTH CAROLINA AMMUNITION TAX STAMPS ON BOX.


$325.00

FULL BOX OF BLANK CARTRIDGES Missing one cover end flap, really nice label.


 

 MONTGOMERY WARDS PRODUCT FROM THE 1940s, A NICE CLEAN FULL BOX. $50.00


A REALLY NICE FULL BOX. $85.00  


c1920s

HAS SOME SCUFFING TO EDGES OF BOX $125.00


   SOME SCUFFING FROM STORAGE. SOME DAMAGE TO THE REVERSE SIDE OF BOX ABOVE THE SECOND "E" IN PETERS.$95.00


Full box mixed head stamps  THE STAMPS ON THE BOX ARE SOUTH CAROLINA AMMUNITION TAX STAMPS $80.00


       


       


       

AS LONG AS WE ARE ON A STEVENS KICK, HERE'S A FULL SEALED BOX OF STEVENS 25-25 AMMO.

NICE LABELS.

     $275.00


HERE'S ONE I DON'T SEE VERY OFTEN. A FULL BOX OF 45-70 SHOT CARTRIDGES. BOX SHOWS SOME STAINING BUT RETAINS 20 NATIVE ROUNDS.

 

$125.00


HERE'S A SEALED BOX OF UMC.45 S & W SCHOFIELD. BOX HAS SOME STAINING (CHECK ALL THE PICTURES) BUT OVERALL A NICE SCARCE UNOPENED BOX OF BLACK POWDER CARTRIDGES. PHOTOGRAPHED IN PROTECTIVE WRAP.

   $575.00


FULL BOX 351 WINCHESTER SL SOFT POINT HAS NAME STAMPED ON ONE SIDE OF BOX $115.00


FULL BOX 351 WINCHESTER SL BY PETERS   BOX HAS HAD TAPE REPAIRS TO OUTSIDE AND INSIDE TRAY. CONTAINS FULL METAL CASE BULLETS.$115.00


FULL BOX 351 SL WINCHESTER BY WESTERN $115.00

HAS SOME WRITING IN INK ON TOP AND SIDE OF BOX.


HERE IS ANOTHER FULL BOX OF 351 WINCHESTER BY DOMINION.

  $115.00


FULL BOX OF 5, 450/400 3inch NITRO EXPRESS WR CARTRIDGES WR LOGO MEANING WOLFGANG ROMEY. MANUFACTURED BY THE GERMAN FIRM PETERSHAGEN. NOT SEALED.

$100.00


FULL BOX OF 10 WESTLEY RICHARDS 425 MAGNUM ROUNDS. CAN'T SAY MUCH MORE. HAVE A LOOK AT THE PICTURES. BOX NOT SEALED.

  $125.00

 


A FULL STAND UP 2 PIECE BOX OF 10 ROUNDS OF WINCHESTER SMOKELESS .41 SWISS NOT SEALED. HAS PARTIONED DIVIDER. SCARCE IN THIS CONFIGURATION.

$150.00


A NICE COMPANION BOX TO THE ONE ABOVE. THIS BOX CONTAINS 10 ROUNDS OF .41 SWISS SHOT CARTRIDGES. ALSO HAS PARTIONED DIVIDER. BOX IS NOT SEALED. ALSO SCARCE IN THIS CONFIGURATION BY THIS MAKER.

$185.00


 

      A FULL SEALED BOX OF WINCHESTER 303 AMMUNITION MARKED "NOT FOR USE IN AIRCRAFT" DATED 1941. $60.00


A COMPANION FULL SEALED WINCHESTER BOX TO THE ABOVE MARKED "RED LABEL, SYNCHRONIZED GUNS"  DATED 1941  SELECTED FOR TOP QUALITY TO BE FIRED THROUGH THE PROPS. $110.00  


I DON'T USUALLY OFFER AMMUNITION THIS NEW BUT I WAS LUCKY TO HAVE OBTAINED A SMALL AMOUNT. $67.00 PER 50 ROUND BOX.