A LEATHER CARTRIDGE CASE
A LEATHER CARTRIDGE CASE

A LEATHER CARTRIDGE CASE

c. 1925 England

Offered by Mallett & Son (Antiques) Ltd

£3,500 gbp
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A bespoke brass bound oak and leather cartridge magazine by James Purdey & Sons, modelled on the 'Audley', designed to hold five hundred cartridges. The hinged top opening to reveal four dividers for different gages of cartridge, having bramagh locks and external straps.

Date by Label: 1921 - 1938.

This extremely fine cartridge case was manufactured at the time of the great country house parties, the weekends taken up with sophisticated driven shoots of partridge and pheasant. At the peak of its social interest, the ability to be considered an excellent shot opened the doors to the higher strata of society.
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O3F0097
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Date by Label: 1921 - 1938.
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