This Winchester-Western Division manufactured yellow, red, white and blue cardboard box contains 11 of the original 50 rounds of 45 grain 22 Winchester Automatic ammunition with brass cases and kopperklad bullets and is in about very good condition with water staining, dirt smudging and honest wear. A previous owner has written "2–" in red ink on the left end flap. The bottom panel displays the company names "OLIN MATHIESON" and "WINCHESTER-WESTERN DIVISION". The left end flap is bottom hinged and the right end flap is top hinged. The end flap warning reads "RANGE 1 MILE / BE CAREFUL". The brass casings display the "H-10" headstamp.

Date of Manufacture: This style box was introduced in 1959 and was produced until 1962.

Note: This box is similar to the Huegel # WRA-19 WA-1(a) variation. The difference observed is that the printing on this box is in red and blue ink as opposed to red, white and black ink. This box displays the "A" style bottom.

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