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|2.7 m/m Kolibri||This little guy is the smallest center-fire cartridge ever made, ca 1913. Primer has been struck, but a nice clean example of a rare cartridge. Shown here between a dime and a .22 Short.||SOLD|
|6 m/m Lee
|Winchester. Five "WRACo 6 m/m U.S.N." headstamped Full Metal Jkt rds in orig clip. "Pat. Oct 8 95" stamped on clip base as it should be. Getting quite rare. Have seen the clips alone, w/o ctdgs, go for over $150 on more than one occasion. (Photo'd in shrink-wrap; pls ignore label removal mark)||
|Winchester. Seldom seen Jacketed Hollow Soft Point loading (most being Full Metal Jacket). Two-piece box, label-dated 6-15. While top edges have been pasted back, the cartridges appear to be all untouched, native to the box. SCARCE!||$85|
|Sako (Finland). Very old (thought to be WWI military, headstamped "Sako 17") original box of 25. Labeled in both English & Finnish. Clean, original ctdgs in 5 rows of 5 ctdgs each, separated by cardboard dividers. Really neat little historical display box.||$37.50|
|8m/m Lebel||Remington. Klnbore box, full and orig, clean ctdgs.||$75|
42 Russian Berdan
|UMC. This VERY RARE and desirable "Dog Logo" box from the late-1870s once held twenty .42 Russian Berdan paper-patched cartridges. It now holds one such original rd. The cartridge was developed for the Russians by an American general, Hiram Berdan, the same person for whom the Berdan primer is named. The Union Metallic Cartridge Co used Berdan primers extensively in their large rifle calibers throughout the 1870s (and beyond) and while other makers produced the .42 Russian caliber, this is the "real thing", the 42 Russian Berdan by UMC. A rare bit of history in a box! [From my personal collection]||$95|
|.500-.465 Nitro Ex||Kynoch. Five 25-rd red/yellow Kynoch boxes in a solder-sealed "safari tin". Stamped on tin: "25 / 465 NITRO EXPRESS / 480 GRS. / SOLID". One lower edge split (see pix) otherwise nice & clean. Rare to find these tins anymore, especially in the old calibers. CHEAP!!||$100|
100 years of Winchester Cartridge Boxes, 1856-1956
One Hundred Years of Winchester Cartridge Boxes, 1856-1956