SMALL HUNTER’S POWDER HORN

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Item Code: 1179-1564

This horn dates roughly 1820-1850. It is a plain, working powder horn only about 5.5” long, a size sometimes thought to be just for priming powder for a flintlock, but convenient enough to be carried in a hunting bag or pouch by a farmer out to bag something for dinner.

The wood base plug is firmly in place, the simple turned neck is intact, the body shows a nice combination of cream and dark gray with some light surface wear. A small brass staple on the top side at back end for strap.  [jet]   [ph:L]

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