This 11 1/2" long, 3 3/4" wide and 2" tall black leatherette covered hinge top wood diplay case has a red interrior with gold colored printing and contains 24 glass viles (12 viles on the top portion and 14 viles on the bottom portion) which are securely resting in their recessed sections and each vile is full containing a different size lead projectile. The top portion offers bird shot sizes starting with No. 12 (smallest) all the way up to No. 1 (largest) while the bottom section has 7 large size shot ranging from size B to size FF and 7 viles of buck shot ranging from size 4C up to 000. The gold colored printing on the top (outside says "United Lead Company / Tatham Plant / American Standard / New York". The interrior has printing as well in gold and it says "Tatham's Patent Finish / Drop Shot". The overall condition is very good with minimal flaking and wear to the black leatherette covering (primarily on the high edges) and some fading of the red interrior which is noticeable on the top half. A great conversation piece that would compliment any early American shotgun collection.