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Cody Firearms Museum

Makers: U.S. Quartermaster Department
Descriptions: leather, brass
Names: bag, Other
Date:1861-1865
Dimensions:H: 2.25 in, L: 32 in, width: 8 in
Credit Line:Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection
Remarks:Sewn black leather w/ brass button, rivets and ornaments; steel or iron pins & buckles; tin box lining. Information taken from various sources but primarily All He Could Carry: US Army Infantry Equipment (1839-1910) by Stephen J. Allie; Fort Leavenworth Historical Society Publication (RNW Note)
Model:U.S. M1855 Cartridge Box
Accession Number:1988.8.3823
Makers
U.S. Quartermaster Department
Descriptions
leather, brass
Names
bag, Other
Date:
1861-1865
Dimensions:
H: 2.25 in, L: 32 in, width: 8 in
Credit Line:
Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection
Remarks:
Sewn black leather w/ brass button, rivets and ornaments; steel or iron pins & buckles; tin box lining. Information taken from various sources but primarily All He Could Carry: US Army Infantry Equipment (1839-1910) by Stephen J. Allie; Fort Leavenworth Historical Society Publication (RNW Note)
Model:
U.S. M1855 Cartridge Box
Accession Number:
1988.8.3823

As of 06-14-2017 this object is on display in the Cody Firearms Museum.
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