Early Powder Flask / Horn In "queen Anne" Style Dating Back To The Late 1700`s
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Early Powder Flask / Horn In "queen Anne" Style Dating Back To The Late 1700`s:
Early POWDER FLASK / HORN in "Queen Anne" style dating back to the late 1700`s
Up for sale:
this late 18th Century POWDERHORN.
This type of horn has been used widely across Europe and the US.
The item that Iam offering for sale has been manufactured in Western Europe.
This horn has a wooden bottom part which has been fixed with tiny steel nails.
The body and top are made of domestic animal horn (non endangered species).
The top can be screwed off and has use as a measure to measure the amount of blackpowder.
As you can see this powder horn has a lovely ancient patina to it...
The overall length is 210 mm (8.3 Inches) and it measures 85 mm (3.3 Inches) at the widest point.
Condition: the horn is in untouched condition > the top screws off very well > there are some nicks to the horn body but no holes.
A tiny piece if the horn has come off in the bottom area (only very minor).
Overall a SUPERB late 18th Century powder horn which looks great next to a flintlock rifle or shotgun.
There is PRICE! COMBINED SHIPPING IS POSSIBLE, SAVE SOME $ !
Payment within 3 days after end of sale!
Items will be shipped within 4 working days after end of sale.
Powderflaskhunter is a hobby based seller who is active since the year 2000.
I find great pleasure in finding nice & collectable items for my own colection and for resale.
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