A good 19th Century Horn and brass powder horn with graduated nozzle, 50 to 65 grains. Two suspension loops and concentric ring engraving to brass base. Working top, but seized nozzle.
A James Dixon and Sons repro powder flask made in limited quantities by PARKER HALE back in the 1960s. This much sought after flask is in as new condition and has a nozzle graduated from 50 to 70 grns.
A rare circular copper and brass powder flask with adjustable charger and showing early 19th Century sportsman with gun and dog. In good condition, rather over polished one side and requiring new spring to cut off. The body of flask is 98mm in diameter and the height 137mm.
A very good 19th century three way copper and brass pistol flask, adjustable charger , broken spring to cut off and vine leaf decoration, probably French. The flask is 130mm long.