Empty box 12mm Pinfire from Civil War
This is the non-label version of the Charles Fusnot box that comes from inside the bricks of four.
Empty box of 15mm Pinfire by SFM
Empty box for 15mm pinfire by Societe Francaise des Munitions. These display great with a Double Barrel Pinfire Boxlock
Full Tin of 12mm Blank Cartridges by Walbinger, Meuschel & Co.
This is a German tin made by Walbinger, Meuschel & Co. out of Bischweiler. It is full of 25 blank cartridges.
Empty tin of 9mm Pinfire
This is a really rare empty box of 9mm pinfire cartridges by Gustav Genschow & Co of Durlach, Germany. Unfortunately it is in terrible condition.
Empty tin of 9mm pinfire by Braun & Bloem
Another empty tin in poor condition by Braun & Bloem of Düsseldorf, Germany. They used really low quality paper for the labels so many of these have dissolved away into nothing left.
Partial tin of 9mm pinfire Shot loads
This is a neat tin by Hirtenberger during the Serafin Keller era.
Full box 9mm pinfire shot loads
This is a full box in really good condition by Societe Francaise des Munitions. It contains 25 9mm shot load pinfire cartridges.
Empty box 15mm short pinfire cartridges
This is an empty box which once held 10 of the short 15mm pinfire cartridges. I often have examples of the cartridge available for around $60 as well.
Empty box 9mm pinfire by UMC
This is a horrible condition empty box of 9mm pinfire by Union Metallic Cartridge Company of Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States.
Empty tin of 7mm pinfire shot loads
This is a empty tin in great condition! It was made by Rheinisch-Westfälischen Sprengstoff-Fabriken A.-G. of Nürnberg, Germany.
Partial box of 7mm Pinfire Blanks
This is a partial box of 7mm pinfire blank cartridges by Societe Francaise des Munitions.
Full box of FIFTY 9mm pinfire cartridges by German manufacturer, Braun & Bloem
Braun & Bloem was a large cartridge manufacturer headquartered in Düsseldorf, Germany. These acidic tins have often completely ate through the thin paper labels. Many boxes are left with no label.
Partial box of 9mm pinfire cartridge by Czechoslovakian manufacturer, Sellier & Bellot
There are 6 original cartridges included.
Full 9mm Pinfire box by French manufacturer, Pierre Barnier
Pierre Barnier was previously known as Benjamin Albert and would become known as Manufacture Générale de Munitions. They were located in Valence, Drôme, France.
Full 12mm pinfire box by French manufacturer, Société Française des Munitions
Société Française des Munitions (SFM) of Paris, France is the successor to Gevelot. It was the largest ammunition company that has ever existed before or since. This box contains greased bullets which were less common.