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I have a co-worker who's husband is in ordinance removal. He was on a call for possible explosive in the attic of someone's Grandfather who passed away. While there the people asked him to remove some "boxes of ammo" they did not want it around. Anyway, he has no interest in it but thought someone would, so I ended up with it. Its two decent sized boxes of bagged and labeled ammo and seem to range from pre Civil war to current stuff and EVERYTHING in between (A lot of 1800s stuff and WWI it looks like). My question is, does any of this have value to collectors and if so...where do I even start. Attached some random pics, just a small sample of all of it.

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id buy the 7.65 x 53 off you ive been looking for it for a long time
 
I have a co-worker who's husband is in ordinance removal. He was on a call for possible explosive in the attic of someone's Grandfather who passed away. While there the people asked him to remove some "boxes of ammo" they did not want it around. Anyway, he has no interest in it but thought someone would, so I ended up with it. Its two decent sized boxes of bagged and labeled ammo and seem to range from pre Civil war to current stuff and EVERYTHING in between (A lot of 1800s stuff and WWI it looks like). My question is, does any of this have value to collectors and if so...where do I even start. Attached some random pics, just a small sample of all of it.

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I have a co-worker who's husband is in ordinance removal. He was on a call for possible explosive in the attic of someone's Grandfather who passed away. While there the people asked him to remove some "boxes of ammo" they did not want it around. Anyway, he has no interest in it but thought someone would, so I ended up with it. Its two decent sized boxes of bagged and labeled ammo and seem to range from pre Civil war to current stuff and EVERYTHING in between (A lot of 1800s stuff and WWI it looks like). My question is, does any of this have value to collectors and if so...where do I even start. Attached some random pics, just a small sample of all of it.

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Hi, I'd be interested if there any 43 Spanish ammo/brass.
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I have a co-worker who's husband is in ordinance removal. He was on a call for possible explosive in the attic of someone's Grandfather who passed away. While there the people asked him to remove some "boxes of ammo" they did not want it around. Anyway, he has no interest in it but thought someone would, so I ended up with it. Its two decent sized boxes of bagged and labeled ammo and seem to range from pre Civil war to current stuff and EVERYTHING in between (A lot of 1800s stuff and WWI it looks like). My question is, does any of this have value to collectors and if so...where do I even start. Attached some random pics, just a small sample of all of it.

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The rimfire stuff probably has some value. I rechambered my rolling block rifle to .38 spc because the original .38 long rimfire cartridges go for $5 each and up, if you can find them.
 

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