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Indian powder flask, wood covered with papier mache. Wooden stopper & two rings for carriage.
One of a collection of weapons seized from mutineers during the Indian Mutiny (1857-1859), ...
Indian powder flask, papier mache, volute shaped. Covered & ornamented with red pattern, wooden stopper.
One of a collection of weapons seized from mutineers during the Indian Mutiny ( ...
Indian powder flask, volute shaped. Wooden covered, dark brown, plain, with large wooden stopper.
One of a collection of weapons seized from mutineers during the Indian Mutiny (1857-18 ...
Cap charger for percussion caps, circular, brass. Dispenses caps one at a time.
Cap charger, for percussion caps, brass, hollow centre for cap storage with circular catch on lid, side spring at end for placing cap on nipple of gun, brass loop on other end.
Cap charger, for percussion caps, nickel silver hollow centre for cap storage, catch on lid, side spring to assist placing cap on nipple, unidentified fittings on other end and loop for ...
Natural flint sample, uncut, from Brandon, England. Also small sample of cut flint.
Flintlock, for pistol, double necked hammer, powder pan with fence, flint fitted.
Nipples with plug for converting flintlock guns to percussion (plug is cut off when fitted), Two examples.
Gutta-percha oil bottle, pear shapped, open nozzle, in poor condition.
Hello, I have one of these badges and My grandfather who went to WW1 was not married then, so would this have been given to his mother? Number on back - 123004. ...
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My husband found this same bottle in the middle of the altanic ocean 9/16/14 (hes a fisherman pulled up in net) this is way to cool!