priming cap : attachment : battery cup
case : crack in case wall
Description: This scarce cartridge is of English origin, probably from the middle or late 1870s, listed by Eley Bros, and using an internally lubricated bullet. The case appears identical to the .440 Kynoch, which, however, used an externally lubricated heel type bullet. While originally a pistol round, the .430 achieved wider use in rifles for kangaroo and seals.
Mark, stamped, case base (headstamp): partially obscured by primer cup
ELEY BROs // \Uimpressed square in four triangular sections, creating a raised cross saltire. Each side of the square indented with a central notch\N