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Until the mid-1980s cartridges and their boxes were largely ignored as collectibles in spite of the obvious and essential relationship with their respective guns.
But times change and most gun collectors now seek contemporary boxes of ammunition to display with their collectible guns, and virtually every award-winning gun display will have one or more original cartridge boxes, as well as other accoutrements, enhancing their exhibit.
Description: Here is a scarce cartridge to find in any condition.
This particular example is excavated and retains the majority of it's original casing.
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And the study of the Company’s ammunition history, manufacturing and marketing, lends itself to a look in the window of the New Haven plant’s overall health and prosperity.
There are many little-known aspects of Winchester ammunition history–endless testing of new smokeless powders in the 1890s; long range accuracy testing for the U. government; special projects that required specialized ammunition such as the 1914 Pan-American Games and the 1976 Palma Match; cartridges to restart flamed-out jet engines; special blanks for theater and television use.
This one is a little rougher than the last one we sold and is priced accordingly.MHDVery interesting book for the Winchester ammo specialist collector.Note that it covers ONLY centerfire metallics, and says virtually nothing about rimfires (except for the early .44 Henry Flat, etc.) or shotshells.Description: Here is a minty English manufactured Enfield cartridge with the green band around the top.You can clearly see the tallow on the bullet end with the cut down the side which was done during manufacturing.
In some cases, usually unbeknownst to those viewing these elaborate displays, the antique ammo is actually much rarer than the gun!