I am new here. I am pretty active on some other firearms boards but have not dealt with vintage ammunition much at all. After plumbing (unsuccessfully) the minds of my main firearms boards I was referred here as a more authoritative source for vintage ammunition.
Little while back I saw a large lot of vintage ammunition for sale at a flea market, and given the price was simply too good to pass up (you really don’t want to know the details, it probably will make you cry) I bought a nice 30 caliber ammo can filled with 20 boxes of this ammunition.
They are in boxes marked RWS 8x57jr, Sinoxid and the like ( you can all the markings in the pics) I got 19 boxes of the round nose style, and one box of a more modern FMJ style, although its stepped? No idea what the technical term for this style is. I have done some research and found out that the round is used in drillings. I found one picture here that says these might be pre-war? Unfortunately that’s about where my research has hit a wall.
Any one have any more information about these. Any idea on value (I have 19 boxes of the round nose and one box of the fmj style) Sorry I really am clueless when it comes to collectable cartridges.