|Collection||Reuel B. Pritchett Museum Collection|
|Donor||Strickler, Robert L.|
Brown leather cartridge pouch. Rectangular leather double-flapped pouch holds a wooden board with holes for twenty carbine percussion cartridges. Latch on upper pouch with hole for brass stud closure. Lower pouch is stamped on flap, "MANUFACTURED BY J.E. CONDICT 57 WHITE ST. NEW YORK." Buckles and leather strap at back attach case to a leather shoulder harness. Strap is fitted in brass with a large buckle.
Worn by John W. Andes, a Confederate soldier of the United States Civil War.
|Material||Brass, Leather, Wood|
|Made||J. E. Condict (New York, N.Y)|
|Used||Andes, John W.|
|Place of Origin||New York (N.Y).|
|Dimensions||W-8.09 L-26.05 Dia-3.05 inches|
Andes, John W.