And primer tins; mostly U.M.C.
You will have Will going through those now :)…
Lovely selection, good photos too, thanks for the pictures.
All done with a flatbed scanner. It knows what it’s doing with itself far, far better than I know what I’m doing with a camera.
I was blown away by the Peters No. 2 1/2 and No. 6 paper overlabels on Peters enameled tins. Also the 250-count tin of Wesson Primers tin; I have pretty much the same label without the WESSON. Somebody hand penned the word Berdan in the same area. It contained Berdan primers. I guess printed before UMC thought there was a need to differentiate between Berdan and newly-introduced Wesson primers.
I thought the Marlin marked one one was most uncommon of the bunch.
Nice collection Rich
Also If you could bring your U…M…C…& C. C o… tin to SLICS I have three which I will bring & it would be interesting if yours is different.
Will do. I’ve seen a total of two other examples of the Marlin tin, but that’s it.
I agree with Pete. The Marlin tin is pretty nice. I have not seen that one before. Even though I don’t collect primer tins, I still like to look at them. That is a very nice collection Rich. Thanks for sharing.