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A small copper powder flask from cased Colt revolver complete, possibly a modern replica

A small oblong box type copper powder flask from a cased firearm Smallest type, un-named and complete

A small tapered powder flask with suspension ring from cased set or suspended, missing spring

A small tapered tubular powder flask with suspension ring from a cased set of hanging down, complete

A small heavy plain powder flask with of flattened design, complete

A small fluted copper English pistol / revolver powder flask complete

A small English quality plain tubular powder flask by Sykes from a cased firearm, complete

A quality embossed English rifle powder flask flask from a cased firearm made by Sykes patent

A brass English rifle powder flask complete with scallop decorations

A fluted brass powder flask missing pouring spout, many small dents

An embossed brass rifle powder flask made by G. Roe, maker spring Af

A stand of arms Colt copper powder flask complete & possible replica

A brass rifle powder flask by Hawksley both sides with deer and hunting dogs with 2 carrying rings complete

A brass rifle powder flask embossed on front with hanging birds & deer minor dents maker James Dixon, adjustable measure

A Morocco leather covered copper rifle powder flask Different superior design, brass fittings

A Morocco leather covered copper rifle powder flask Superior design with brass fittings, made by James Dixon for Parker Hale

A Morocco leather covered copper rifle powder flask with nickel fittings, made by James Dixon for Parker Hale, superior pattern

A light weight rifle powder flask unmarked with many scallops & twirls

A plain copper rifle powder flask by Hawksley Variable charges

French powder flask. Copper body embossed with hunting dog and game, approx 20 cm long

A scrimshaw powder horn engraved 'Advance Australia' with tall ship, coat of arms and Britania, 19th century, reverse engraved with limerick, 40 cm long

An English powder flask, c. 1860s, featuring hunting scenes, condition: working mechanism

Plain copper and brass powder flask (marked G. & J.W. Hawksley)

Copper and brass late 19th century powder flask marked Dixon and Sons

Fine copper and brass powder flask (marked G. & J.W. Hawksley)

Antique European horn and brass mounted powder horn, rope lanyard

Antique European horn and brass mounted powder horn, rope lanyard

Antique 19th century French carved walnut hunting trophy panel, carved in high relief with deer, phesants, guns and powder horn, 87 cm long x 54 cm wide

Antique European horn and brass mounted powder horn, rope lanyard

A powder flask by James Dixon & Sons, English, mid-19th century. 20 cm.

Antique powder horn for black powder, some gaps at the back with a hole. Approx 24 cm long

Early 19th century powder horn, with cut copper trim. Bottom brass screw hole. B.E. Early Sydney piece

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