A VIENNESE POWDER-FLASK, the rounded lanthorn horn body with flattened edges joined by brass round-headed nails, sprung brass nozzle with windows and stamped 'Beetz Wien', and four brass rings for suspension, mid-19th Century; an Eastern European powder-flask with engraved forked body of natural staghorn, pivoted cut-off (nozzle missing), and two iron loops for suspension, 17th/18th Century; a horn powder-flask with tapering body of kidney-shaped section decorated with raised vertical lines and, on the outer face at the top, with a design of inlaid white and dark horn roundels, and turned horn nozzle, 18th Century, probably German; and three further horn flasks, each 18th Century, one dated 1786

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A VIENNESE POWDER-FLASK, the rounded lanthorn horn body with flattened edges joined by brass round-headed nails, sprung brass nozzle with windows and stamped 'Beetz Wien', and four brass rings for suspension, mid-19th Century; an Eastern European powder-flask with engraved forked body of natural staghorn, pivoted cut-off (nozzle missing), and two iron loops for suspension, 17th/18th Century; a horn powder-flask with tapering body of kidney-shaped section decorated with raised vertical lines and, on the outer face at the top, with a design of inlaid white and dark horn roundels, and turned horn nozzle, 18th Century, probably German; and three further horn flasks, each 18th Century, one dated 1786
The first 11in. (6)

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