2021-10 Raynors HCA Live
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This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 10/16/2021
Early Colonial Era 18th Century, Queen Anne Style Decorated Priming Flask Horn, used mainly for Pistols, carried in the pocket of a waistcoat with a Brass fitting at Plug, Very Fine. Original Early to Mid 18th century possible French & Indian to Revolutionary War Use, Queen Anne Primer Powder Flask Horn. The body of this Horn Flask measures about 5.5” tall x 1.75” thick x 3” inches in size at its base. The top of this Flask is a Brass fitting with several thin decorative rings and appears to be sealed with wax. The stopper is made from either bone or antler and does not seat all the way into the plug hole spout due to age shrinkage. The horn itself has three decorative turn bands, shows wear from actual use in solid condition and it is fairly translucent when held up to a light with some expected scrapes, dings and a few tight age cracks attesting to its originality. This is a nice example of these rare and collectable Powder Flasks.
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Queen Anne Style Priming Flask Mainly For Pistols

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Minimum Bid: $325.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $0.00
Estimate: $400 - $600
Auction closed on Saturday, October 16, 2021.
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