Eighteen Various Bullet-Moulds, Three Barrel-Keys, And Two Cherries
All 19th Century
The first comprising a massive Continental iron mould (some pitting) for casting a large spherical bullet, three Continental iron moulds each for casting a conical bullet and with hinged sprue-cutter, one engraved 'Dopelstüzen'(sic), a brass mould for casting a conical bullet, and with iron sprue-cutter, an iron Colt's patent .36 calibre mould for the Police or Pocket Model (Raply #M 29), two brass moulds of similar form, one for casting two conical bullets, and the other for one conical and two spherical bullets, a small iron mould without sprue-cutter and for a conical and spherical bullet, three iron moulds each for casting a spherical bullet and with integral sprue-cutter, the arms incorporating respectively a barrel-key, nipple-key and worm, three others including one for casting two spherical bullets, one arm of each incorporating a circular barrel-key, and three others each for casting a spherical bullet and with integral sprue-cutter; the second each of characteristic form, two incorporating a nipple-key; the last each of characteristic form (23)
The first 35 cm.
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