TurkishM1890 cartridges, made 1324 (1908 approx).
Seems at least Turkish Assembled from German components. The first Turkish ammo factory only started in 1908 with German Assistance; before that ammo was imported made-up, or as components for assembly.
The Spitzer change-over occured about 1908-1910, and pre-1903 rifles had their rearsight ladders changed with new ones supplied by Mauser.
The other script is hard to decifer.
Cartridges are in very good condition except for the Leaker ( moisture into powder).
As the Gallipoli regiments were mostly armed with M90s, it is certaintgat most were still unconverted;
Although by August 1915, M1903 Rifles and Carbines were being used with Spitzer ammo.
My M1908 Engineer’s Musketoon was captured at Jacobs Post, ( Lone Pine) on 15 August 1915,from a Turkish Engineers unit strenghtening their trenches opposite Jacob’s Post Trench. 7th Batt.AIF.
Read about the battle in Bean’s History.
Nice recovery. Keep it safe…the leaky case should be dismantled and cleaned ( vinegar and hot water) to prevent further deterioration.
Vizier of Turkomania on GB and Parallax C&R.