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A very fine 54 bore flask by Dixon & Sons, retaining all it’s original finish to body and gilding to the top. The body has a couple of very tiny dents. Overall length including ring 5¾in.
Stock No. 5199
A white metal cartridge extractor by Hawksley for a 12 bore sporting gun. Very good condition.
Stock No. AC12
A 12 bore brass finger ring cartridge extractor. Very good condition.
Stock No. AC14
Due to these flints being natural and hand knapped the dimensions are approximate.
|EXTRA SMALL:||Suitable for small pocket pistols.||Average size up to 2cms.||£1.50 each|
|SMALL:||Suitable for overcoat size pistols.||Average size 2cms.||£2 each|
|MEDIUM:||Suitable for larger pistols and small rifles.||Average size 2 – 2.5 cms.||£2.50 each|
|LARGE:||Suitable for muskets, etc.||Average size over 2.5cm.||£3 each|
A very large adjustable copper powder flask marked ‘Capewell’s Patent 1880’ and is graduated to measure between 2½ and 6 drams of powder. It is late for a large bore percussion rifle but was possibly used for reloading cartridges. It has two or three tiny dents to the body and a very good condition nickel top. Overall length 12 in. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5383
A French Empire Style flintlock powder tester circa 1800. It has a rolled trigger guard, steel butt cap and slight staining to the metal work but no pitting. Good wood with very good chequering. Good working order and condition Overall length 9in.
Stock No. 5096
A nice, original match
ignited powder tester, circa 1750. It has a graduated wheel against a spring.
There are a few small knocks to the brass and it has a nice, clean butt.
Stock No. 5038
An 18th century Spanish ibex horn
powder flask. This is a beautiful, large powder flask, 13½in. overall. It has
all steel mounts which are to a grey finish. Very good condition.
Stock No. 4965