Group of Civil War Artillery Fuses, Bullet Molds, and Cartridges, c. 1861-65, seven packs of artillery fuses, friction primers, musket and pistol caps, a port fire fuse, a Colt .44 caliber bullet mold, three round ball molds, carbine rounds, two packs of .44 caliber pistol cartridges, two tompions, and a nipple protector.
Provenance: From the collection of the late Peter F. Frazier and M. Prudence Fleck.
All in good condition, one pack of pistol cartridge has opened, but all are present.
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