Antiques Roadshow

Segment: Rafael Eledge — Rev. War British Cartridge Box

Clip: Season 23 Episode 24 | 4m 30s | Video has closed captioning.

During the Boston ROADSHOW event in 2012, famous Civil War enthusiast Rafael Eledge encountered an unlikely artifact his guest had found in an attic on Cape Cod. Neither Union nor Confederate, it was actually a beautifully preserved leather cartridge box originally used by a British soldier of the 43rd light infantry while on campaign in the rebellious colonies during the American Revolution.

Aired: 11/04/19

Rating: NR

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