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    M19 WWII Remington Arms 00 Buck Brass Shotgun Shells - Sealed Spam Can & Loose boxes

    Hello all,

    I recently acquired a batch of M19 00 Buck Brass Shotgun Shells Lot #5905

    There are two spam cans, one of which is sealed and the other opened with 10 boxes of 10 rounds each......all lot numbers match (5905) see photos below.

    I will be selling the loose boxes and may eventually sell the sealed spam can.

    I have a good idea that the 10-round boxes will sell for $100 plus, but the sealed spam can with 14 boxes is a different animal altogether. And I have no doubt a Trench Gun enthusiast would be thrilled to own it!

    Would like to know if anyone has sold such an item recently and what the expected selling price might be??














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