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A very good boxlock flintlock brass framed powder tester by Gardner of Newcastle. Overall Length 6in. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5099
A very good continental percussion powder tester. It has a rounded wooden butt with a silver escutcheon and some traces of the original blue to the springs. Overall length 5¾in. Good working order and condition
Stock No. 5098
A very good heavy gunsmiths percussion powder tester circa 1840 Overall length 5¾ in. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5097
A very early flintlock all metal tinder lighter circa 1700. There is a compartment on the left hand side for spare tinder. Overall length 6in.
Stock No. 5094
A rare, early hand ignited powder tester by Burel, Circa 1690, with later natural buck horn handle. One small chip to horn.Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5095
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 Colt Navy flask by Hawksley. The spring is broken, the top is frozen and there are a few small dents to the body. The flask is marked with a broad arrow and WD and a number ‘6’ to the top of the flask. This was almost certainly issued for use with Colt Navy pistols during the Crimean War.
Stock No. 5073
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
Our own very small bore
light with bright yellow light. Will fit as small as a 22 and only 1¼in. long.
Including postage and packing.