Whydah Cartouche box

Starting at: £45.00

This is a replica of the cartouche or cartridge box found in the wreckage of the Pirate ship The Whydah. It is made from Leather and stitched together using linen thread. Great for filling up with paper cartridges for living history events or just for stashing wallets, mobile phones, bars of chocolate etc. in out of view of the general public.

The Whydah Gally (variously written as Whidah or Whidaw) was the flagship of the pirate "Black Sam" Bellamy. The ship sank in a storm off Cape Cod on April 26, 1717, taking Bellamy and the majority of his crew with it.

It comes as standard with belt loops but can be made with a choice of 2 different widths of shoulder strap instead if desired. You can leave it with no insert or you can choose from a 24 hole wooden cartridge block, a 6 hole wooden cartridge box with tool trays either side or just one large wooden tray.

It is 3 inches wide, 6 inches long and 5 inches high.

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