Unknown shotshell H.S


#1

Who manufactured this 24 ga. shotshell

DOTT.JACOBVCCI-NAPOLI
-24-

Alum. head, Battery cup pr.
Red paper case with
Polveri senza Fuma on the case wall.

Thank,
Bob Ruebel


#2

Bob–I don’t know who the maker is, but it is obvously from Italy.


#3

Is there any picture on the body?A rabbit or a dog?

I think that it is a shotshell made by an italian factory ( probably Fiocchi or Leon Beaux) especially for the man /shop whose name is in the headstamp

“polveri senza fumo” means “smokeless powders”


#4

The shotshell has a picture of what I would call a
Woodcock ( the bird pictured has a longer beek)
on the paper case wall below the smokeless powder words.
Bob R.


#5

Dott Jacobucci, Cercola, Napoli, Italia

An old shotshells manufacturer

jp


#6

It is a “beccaccia”.I don’t know the english word for it but it is a typical european bird

Is it like this?

it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scolopax_rusticola

I have a very similar 12 gauge shotshell with the “polvere senza fumo” writing and the picture of a pheasant.It was made by Leon Beaux and it is so headstamped


#7

[quote=“Pivi”]It is a “beccaccia”.I don’t know the english word for it but it is a typical european bird

Is it like this?

it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scolopax_rusticola

I have a very similar 12 gauge shotshell with the “polvere senza fumo” writing and the picture of a pheasant.It was made by Leon Beaux and it is so headstamped[/quote]

That is the one.
Thank you,
Bob R.


#8

I don’t get on the forumas often as I should. I just noted this tread and would like to add the following:

Dott. Achille Jacobucci of Cercola, Italy marked shotgun shells and primers. Many had headstamp of