SECTION OF A POWDER FLASK RECOVERED IN CAROLINE COUNTY, VA

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Item Code: R19822

This 3 ¾” x 3” section of the body of a powder flask was dug at a winter camp site in Caroline County, VA in September, 1975. Heavy verdigris along 2 edges. Accompanied by digger’s typewritten label which is attached to the piece.

 

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