Some Great New Pinfire Boxes


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Here are some new pinfire boxes I picked up this past week. I think a couple of these bricks of four boxes may be some of the only surviving examples. I know I have not seen them before.


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This is a four pack brick of the next picture.


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[b]I also have another brick very similar to this one, but by Albert & Barnier. Though it was most likely made by SFM. (Link)

The following picture is what would be inside this brick. The one after then may have been a single version for individual sale.[/b]

The following four pictures are some Eley Boxes in various varieties.


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Here is a rare, but poor condition box by Gustav Genschow & Co.


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Here is early RWS box

And last, but not least, I picked up another sealed C.D. Leet box!


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#2

WOW! Those are awesome. Sealed packets of cartridges, especially of that vintage, are few and far between.


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[quote=“Aaron”][b]Here are some new pinfire boxes I picked up this past week.

I also have another brick very similar to this one, but by Albert & Barnier. Though it was most likely made by SFM. [/quote]

hello Aaron,
It is not Albert and Barnier but :
Benjamin Albert and after P. Barnier who was the successor.

and the ctges were not made by sFM

JP


#4

Wow, these are beauty! I’m amased how well preserved they are! Real beauty! Probably they are at least 100 years old.


#5

Impressive! Thanks for sharing!


#6

Hi Aaron. I hope you got those at the Morgantown show.