Unknown shotshell H.S

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

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

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”

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.

Dott Jacobucci, Cercola, Napoli, Italia

An old shotshells manufacturer

jp

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=“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.

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