London, South Kensington
17 December 2008
A HORN POWDER-FLASK FOR A WHEEL-LOCK GUN; AND A FURTHER TWO HORN POWDER-FLASKS
THE FIRST LATE 17TH /EARLY 18TH CENTURY
THE REMAINING TWO RESPECTIVELY MID-18TH AND 19TH CENTURY
The first of flattened triangular form and fitted with iron wheel-lock spanner; the others respectively triangular with separate turn-off baluster nozzle, and triangular with carved baluster nozzle and inlaid small beads.
The first 10¾in (27.4cm) (3)
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