I just thought I'd share some of my older black powder and some not so common cartridges with you.
From left to right we have .56-50 Spencer, .58-60-500(.58 Musket) for the Allin conversion Trapdoor rifle, .50-70, .45 govt(.45-70-405) head stamped for Rifle, next one is .45-70 head stamped for carbine, but the bullet seems too big. The dealer told me it was for a gatling gun, but the head stamp says otherwise. (I have to do more digging on this one) .45 govt(.45-70-500) berdan primed, and .45 colt, like the 2 .45 govt, Benet cup primed. The .45s are Frankford aresenal, even though it was te only arsenal making ammunition at the time.
.45 colt, .45 schofield, .50 Remington single shot, .38 long colt(UMC)
.30 govt(.30-40 Krag) paper bullet, .30 govt tinned cartridge, .30-06, .30 Pederson, .276 Pederson (lube #2) (lube #1). I can't remember the name of the finned looking bullet, but it was developed late in ww2 but never used, it was considered too inhumane. Instead it was given to the French during their stint in vietnam. They were put into cardboard boxes and dropped out of a plane, the weight/speed of the fall was supposed to be equal to getting shot with a .45. I read that the Americans gave them to the French to use at Dien Bien Phu on the anti-aircraft positions.
Boyz anti-tank .55, with stripper clip, wish it was full
from what I remember, this was for a blank round.