What images are you interested in. I mean by that, just the top of the box to show the box design, or the end labels to show the loadings, or all sides of the boxes? I have six different National 9mm Boxes, but they are basically of two patterns only.
Aside from the loads mentioned abouve, they offered Standard ammunition - just ordinary ball ammo, in .25 ACP 50 gr. FMJ and .25 ACP 50 gr JHP, and a variety of .38 loads, all with 158 grain bullets, plus one .357 load with 158 gr. JHP bullet.
In their speciality ammunition, the also offered a 124 gr FMJ 9mm Subsonic Load.
In the one undated catalog I have, they call their hydro-shok ammunition exactly that - they do not call it Scorpion. They may have changed that later; possibly sued or threatened with suit over the use of a copy-righted name.
Their Armor Piercing load was called “Black Steel” as was their Metal Piercing Load - very confusing, but the bullets are quite different. They offered two different bullet weights in the 9mm version of the Metal Piercing - 95 grain and 85 grain.
My catalog shows only one type of exploder ammunition, but I think it is an early catalog for them, as while they mention tracer ammunition, they give no specs and mention it as a near-future offering. My tracer box does not show the bullet weight, and I have nothing to measure it, as in all their loads except for the subsonic, I have only the empty boxes, no cartridge specimens which I had to give up some years ago. I don’t recall how they were marked.
The Subsonic round has a “NATIONAL” headstamp, and I have a ball round with that headstamp in 9mm I think, and certainly in .45 auto, even though my catalog doesn’t show the latter even being made by them. The column “Witt’s End,” by Otto Witt, in the IAA Journal Issue 437, May/Jun 2004, Page 51, shows National headstamps in .357 Magnum, .38 Special, 9mm and 45 Auto. My .25 Auto hollow-point specimen is with an R-P 25 AUTO headstamp and I do not believe National ever had their own headstamp in that caliber. I think I have NATIONAL boxes in other calibers besides 9mm.
Just to fill in information, my catalog doesn’t give any location information at all for National. Rather, the catalog shows Euclid Sales Co., of 1145 Euclid Avenue N.E., Atlanta, Georgia 30307 as the Distributor. National’s boxes don’t show any address either, other than Atlanta Georgia, but all the 9mm boxes I have, at least, show them as a Division of the Firearms Management Company of Atlanta.
The Shotgun adaptors are not shown in the catalog at all, although a series of holsters are, along with some other items including a line of T-Shirts with famous firearms on them.
Hope this helps round out the history a bit.