.320 Long Central-Fire Revolver by Eley of London, One Collectible Full Box. (Over 130 Years Old!)
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This is for one box of 50 cartridges, for single cartridges for sale please see below in related items. Only one available, also have a partial box (1 cartridge) available for $75.00, see below in related items.
One Box of 50 cartridges (Over 130 year old!) .320 Long Central-Fire by Eley of London, England with no head-stamp, some patina on cartridges due to age, and sold as a collectible, may not fire, no returns. I estimate box grade; Excellent to near mint. Cartridges minor soiled but clean easy with soft cloth. No dents or cuts. Interesting rivited sides on inner box. Not sealed, looks to have never been factory sealed.
History of the. 320 Long Central-Fire revolver cartridge:
The .320 Long Central-Fire* revolver, was developed and introduced in England in 1873 for the Webley and Tranter revolvers and a few single-shot rifles in England.
In the USA , Harrington & Richardson produced a Double-Action revolver chambered in the caliber.
It was a short lived and production of firearms and cartridges was stopped app. 1890.
* Central-Fire is as the first and older term for Center-Fire primed cases or cartridges.