Chop - lots of cartridge collectors do not collect individual-component items such as loose or packaged bullets, primers, etc., because of the enormity of that field. I, myself, only collect ones of very special interest to me, and even those as “samples,” meaning I don’t collect various small variations in printing, item weights expressed on boxes, etc.
However, they are interesting, and I, for one, enjoyed your pictures of both box and bullets.
One of the finest cartridge-related collections I have ever seen was a collection of primers. Easy to carry to shows as all in a book similar to a photo album. It was/is an incredible collection!
If you save these bullet boxes, don’t be afraid to post them You may not have received many comments because your initial research was very good, and answered most questions that cartridge collectors generate, with our friend Fede’s answer being the “frosting on the cake,” as usual.
Thanks for posting those here. It is a nice box, and that from one who doesn’t generally collect component boxes, nor anything at all to do with revolver rounds (auto pistol case types only).