Probably not too many of you have a Belding & Mull mould, but with all the interesting threads on assigned mould numbers and people wanting to know what a particular mould looked like I thought it best if I add those to my on line picture albums. The scans were taken from a 1943 hand book.
It's interesting to note on the bottom of the first page that a extra $2.50 is charged for having mould hollow pointed. I have a 1937 price list flier posted too from B&M saying single cavity moulds were $5.25.
Two of the moulds I have are unvented, and I think all came with handles attached. They're big & heavy, but fairly easy to work with.
In that flier, they sell their own brand of moulds, scopes, gas checks, sights, tools, plus brass( they don't state what brand), & powder, both black and smokeless. I see no mention of primers....Geo