2" orange-red paper case with brass head and rolled turnover. White top wad. Loaded with No. 5 shot.
The .360 cartridge was one of the smallest of the shotgun bores, but never achieved widespread popularity. Its main uses were for collecting ornithological specimens and destruction of small vermin. It possessed no real advantage over the much more popular, cheaper 9 mm (No. 3 Bore) rimfire garden gun.
2) printed on top wad
3) printed on side of case