Goldmarks percussion Caps, not the best condition, but a very cool lable.
Kilgore 37mm Flare, not special, but printed and stamped info, WWII timeframe production.
The stamped info reads:
INTERNATIONAL FLARE SIGNAL DIV.
KILGORE MFG. CO
TIPPECANOE CITY, O
Caps made by Kilgore and Mattel, interesting that they list the grain load.
Three book I picked up.
At the close of the show, a guy walks up and hands me these, with a “Happy Birthday, Jack”. A bunch of various .35 Remington, and a book of short stories by A. P. Chekov. In Russian. With a Russian-English Vocabulary at the end, which does not help. Anyone want a copy of short stories by Chekov?
And almost last, but certainly not least, an unopened can of .30-06.
No, I did not buy it. The goober selling it wanted $500. No, not a typo, yes, Five Hundred Dollars. At least 15 guys told him it was severly overpriced, and suggested a price it would sell for. By the end of the show, he had repriced it at $450. I offered $175, and waved cash at him, and I will not repeat what he called me.
And just for giggles, a box of Remington “Performance Wheelgun” .38 S&W, which I kind of wish I had bought, but, at this point, I was out of $. Cool box art.