I have Several Nice .41 Caliber Rimfire Cartridges in Fine Condition ! These were first introduced in the 1860’s for the Moore No. 1 Derringer, and later the Colt New Line & New House revolvers, the Remington Vest Pocket Pistol & Double Derringer, Williamson Single Shot, and others. These cartridges are all in excellent condition with a copper case, and bullets gray with some patina. All the bases show a head stamp of an impressed -M . There were several manufacturers using this stamp, in the U.S., England, Spain, and Sweden. These are Fine .41 Caliber Rimfire Cartridges ready for Display with that Pistol or as additions to your cartridge collection ! [ D.K. ]
$10 each - plus shipping
Nice Group of Seven - 100 Year Old .22 Short Cartridges
Here is AnotherNice Group of Seven ca. 1920, .22 Short Cartridges ! These came out of an old red & white box of Remington-UMC Lesmok Cartridges. All the cartridge cases show some discoloration and the bullets are oxidized almost white. As difficult and expensive as it is to locate actual Civil War Period .22 cartridges, these are much more affordable, and will Display Great with that little Smith & Wesson No. 1, Manhattan, or Allen & Wheelock Revolver !
$32 plus shipping
Nice Civil War Period 12mm Long Pinfire Pistol Cartridge
Here is Another Nice Civil War Period 12mm Long Pinfire Pistol Cartridge, made in Paris, France ! The case shows some discoloration and verdigris, but would likely clean up, if desired. Bullet and case are tight, and the cartridge displays great. Barely visible on the base, is the HB stamp, for Houllier Blanchard, and “Paris” at the bottom. A Nice Cartridge for your Collection, or Display with that Lefaucheux or other Pinfire Revolver !
$21 plus shipping
Nice Pair of Post War 7mm Pinfire Cartridges But Nearly Identical to Those that would have been used in the Folding Trigger Pinfire Revolvers During the War
Here is a Nice Pair of 7mm Pinfire Pistol Cartridges ! They both show very nice copper cases, with bullets having considerable white oxidation, though the cartridges are both nice and tight. Both have a head stamp of “Fiocchi”, an Italian Cartridge Company, that started business in 1876. These likely date ca. pre-1900, as by that time the pin fire cartridge was virtually obsolete. Nevertheless, this pair would display great with any folding trigger pin fire revolvers, including the Civil War Period examples. A Fine Pair of 7mm Pinfire Pistol Cartridges, that Display Great !
$25 plus shipping
.32 Caliber Short Rimfire Cartridge
Here is a Fine ca. 100 Year Old .32 Caliber Short Rimfire Cartridge ! It is still a nice tight cartridge, with a nice patina on both the case and bullet, and a few small spots of discoloration on the case. The base shows an impressed “H” head stamp, which was used by Winchester for many years, but this still and the cartridge date to the 1920’s. However, it will Display Great with a Smith & Wesson No. 2, or any of the other 1800s .32 Rimfire Revolvers !
Nice Pair of 100 Year Old .32 Caliber Long Rimfire Cartridges
Here is an Excellent Pair of .32 Caliber Long Rimfire Cartridges ! Both show slight discoloration on the cases and some oxidation on the lead bullets, but are tight, and in otherwise very good condition. One has no head stamp, and likely dates to the late 1800s, while the other shows a diamond shape head stamp, and is a Western Cartridge Co. product, dating ca. 1910-1927. The pair is priced at about half of what one Civil War Period .32 Rimfire would cost, if you can find one, and will display Great with a Smith & Wesson No. 2, Allen & Wheelock .32, or a couple of other Civil War Period .32 Caliber Revolvers. A Fine Pair of 100 Year Old .32 Caliber Rimfire Cartridges !
$14 plus shipping
Fine Non Dug .56-52 Spencer Cartridge
Here is a Very Nice Non-dug .56- 52 Spencer Carbine Cartridge ! First introduced in 1866 as an alternative to the .56-50, with less crimp at the mouth of the case, these cartridges were manufactured in limited quantity until after the turn of the century. Less often encountered than the Civil War .56-56, or the 1865, .56-50 patterns, this one is in good shape with a nice patina on the copper case, and case and bullet still tightly intact. A Fine .56-52 Spencer Cartridge !
$30 plus shipping
Fine Civil War Period .50 Caliber Maynard Carbine Cartridge
Here is Fine Non-dug .50 Caliber Maynard Carbine Cartridge ! The cartridge is still nice and tight showing a clear hole on the base for the flash of the percussion cap. The case has a nice dark patina that is a mix of gold/brown, and the bullet shows a mix of some dull gray lead along with areas of white patina. A Fine .50 Caliber Maynard Cartridge for your collection or Display with that Maynard Carbine !
Nice Dug .50 Caliber Maynard Carbine Cartridge
Here is a Nice Dug .50 Caliber Maynard Carbine Cartridge ! The bullet has a nice white patina, while the case shows a dark brown color. There is a split on one side of the cartridge, and it is possible that it is a “put together” though I do not know that for sure. Whatever the case, it is a tight cartridge that displays very well and is priced accordingly ! [ D.K. ]
Nice Dug .54 Caliber Burnside Carbine Cartridge
Here is a Fine Displaying Excavated Cartridge for the .54 Caliber Burnside Carbine !The case is creased in a couple of places, but the bullet is quite tight and I don’t think it is a “put-together.” Bullet has a nice dull gray patina, while the case itself is a smooth brown. A Nice Displaying Dug Burnside Carbine Cartridge ! [ D.K. ]
Nice Civil War Period 12mm Long Pinfire Pistol Cartridge
Here is a Nice Civil War Period 12mm Long Pinfire Pistol Cartridge, made in Paris, France ! The case shows some discoloration and verdigris, but would likely clean up, if desired. Bullet and case are tight, and the cartridge displays great. Barely visible on the base, is the HB stamp, for Houllier Blanchard, and “Paris” at the bottom. A Nice Cartridge for your Collection, or Display with that Lefaucheux or other Pinfire Revolver !
Very Nice Non-dug .56-56 Spencer Carbine Cartridge
Here is a Fine .56-56 Rimfire Spencer Carbine Cartridge ! It is just a few years post-war, having been manufactured by the Union Metallic Cartridge Co., and having their -U- head stamp. The case has acquired a nice brown patina and the bullet a white/gray color. Cartridge is unfired and still nice and tight. A Good UMC Cartridge for the Civil War Period Spencer Carbine !
Nice Dug .56-56 Civil War Spencer Carbine Cartridge
DS1 - Here is a Good Dug Civil War .56-56 Spencer Cartridge ! I got several of these recently, and all have some damage, but are still tight cartridges and not “put-together.” I have pictured the defects of each one, and priced them accordingly. They still Display Fine and aren’t going to fall apart. This is the best one of the lot, having only the one tiny chip out of the case at the upper edge. All I know is they were recovered in Virginia, but exactly where I do not know. A Good Displaying Dug Spencer Carbine Cartridge !