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Item Code PF0226, Price SOLD (GBP) Four pistol size powder flasks. The charger is stamped with their trumpet trademark. Would look great in a top quality percussion shotgun case. Item Code PF0136, Price SOLD (GBP) A very rare pistol powder flask by James Dixon & Sons marked with the British Government broad arrow and WD.

Item Code PF0235, Price SOLD (GBP) A rare rifle powder flask by James Dixon & Sons with a charger adjustable on 2 scales for either grains or drams. Item Code PF0212, Price SOLD (GBP) An attractive Birmingham manufactured powder flask embossed with a pheasant and foliage. Item Code PF0228, Price SOLD (GBP) A very good extra quality leather covered powder flask with nickel silver mounts by Sykes. Excellent condition with good tight stitching and great leather.

Item Code PF0225, Prices SOLD (GBP) Four pistol size powder flasks. Item Code PF0040, Price SOLD (GBP) A large 19th Century powder flask By G.

Item Code PF280, Price 300 (GBP) A very interesting 18th Century brass bound horn powder flask scrimshawed on one side Thomas Jackson and on the other side the date 1802 with writing I struggle to decipher but which I think refers to a boat or ship of Boston so could this be an American flask? Item Code PF0263, Prices see description below (GBP) Three small pistol powder flasks: pine cone pattern powder flask with adjustable charger 5" overall 150, oakleaf pattern powder flask 4 1/2" overall 150 and very rare entwined dolphin powder flask 4 3/4" overall SOLD. Item Code PF0271, Price SOLD (GBP) A rare powder flask by Heath half covered with leather and fitted with a suspension ring. This is the only flask I have seen by Heath and is a distinctive style. Item Code PF0254, Price SOLD (GBP) A pistol size bottle shape powder flask. Very good condition with considerable amounts of the original lacquer remaining on both body and top. Item Code PF0252, Price SOLD (GBP) A rare James Dixon & Sons powder flask for the Colt London Navy revolver. Very good condition with lots of the original lacquer on the body. A great find for someone casing up a Colt Navy revolver. there are a couple of minor cracks to the horn but these are tight and don't detract from the flask. Item Code PF0248, Price SOLD (GBP) A sweet tiny powder flask by James Dixon & Sons for a small pistol. Suitable for a percussion rifle or small bore shotgun. Item Code PF0218, Price SOLD (GBP) Another very large powder flask . Stamped Patent and charger graduated from 5 drams to 6 drams. Item Code PF0204, Price SOLD (GBP) A superb 19th Century very high quality pressed horn powder flask with a Bosche type charger. Item Code PF0189, Price SOLD (GBP) Two small hand sized powder flasks by Sykes which are sized to fit nicely in the hand and pocket. Good untouched condition with their original springs intact. Item Code PF0162, Price SOLD (GBP) A tiny powder flask by G & J. Hawksley only 3 3/4" long with an adjustable charger from 3/16 drams to 5/16 drams. Missing the top of the charger and the spring is broken. This could well have seen service in the Crimea where several thousand Colt Navy revolvers were used by British Officers and NCO's. These flasks are very hard to find in any condition. Untouched and uncleaned with a few minor dents in the body. Item Code PF0118, Price SOLD (GBP) A heavy quality extra thick copper bodied powder flask with flash proof top. Item Code PF0114, Price SOLD (GBP) An unusual French horn powder flask with cross charger. There has been one beetle bite which has been filled at some time past. Item Code PF0122, Price SOLD (GBP) A superb planished tin powder flask by Sykes Sheffield with nickel raised seams. Good condition - a repair to the brass edging strip and some minor cracks to the horn.

All good condition but the dolphin flask has a broken lever on the top hence the price. The partial leather covering is completely original to the flask. Item Code PF0250, Price SOLD (GBP) An early 19th Century powder flask of bottle shape. Unusually for this type of flask the top unscrews to fill (rather than a fixed top). Item Code PF0245, Prices SOLD (GBP) Three small powder flasks suitable for casing with a 54B percussion revolver. Item Code PF0242, Price SOLD (GBP) A rare 18th Century lanthorn powder flask with a wrap around spring probably for a pistol. Item Code PF0231, Price SOLD (GBP) A James Dixon & Sons powder flask for a Colt 1851 London Navy revolver. Fair condition with some dents and a little chewed around the top of the charger but these flasks are difficult to find and it is all completely original. Superb condition and very hard to find in this condition as they had a tendency to rust. Probably German or Austrian and the best crisp and detailed pressed horn I have ever seen. Very good untouched condition and complete with the original cord. Item Code PF0207, Price SOLD(GBP) A 19th Century powder flask embossed with three horses by G & J. Item Code PF0196, Price SOLD (GBP) A James Dixon & Sons powder flask for a Colt Navy revolver. The nozzle is adjustable from 4/8 drams to 6/8 drams. The top still has most of the original lacquer and the spring retains it's fire blue. The reverse side of the body has a dent which you can see in the photos. Measures 5 3/4" not including missing portion of the charger. Item Code PF0115, Price SOLD (GBP) A pistol powder flask with an embossed design on both sides. Item Code PF0128, Price SOLD (GBP) A rifle powder flask made by James Dixon & Sons and shown in their catalogue (see the page in the phot) but not maker marked. Made by James Dixon & Sons of Sheffield and stamped James Dixon & Sons Sheffield on the top. Excellent condition with loads of lacquer remaining. There is a minor push on one side of the copper body that could probably be removed without trace. It is marked Gosset Brevette which means that it was the patent of Gosset who was the manufacturer in Paris. Item Code PF0126, Price SOLD (GBP) A high quality rifle powder flask by James Dixon & Sons Sheffield with sprung charger for accurate measurement of powder. Unusually the hole for the tiny screw in the charger that is used to mark the adjustments has never been drilled. One small area of pitting on the reverse side which you can see in the photos. Spring incomplete and the lever is frozen - needs soaking in some oil to free. This of the type that was cased with Purdey Manton and Boss shotguns. Very good condition with most gilt lacquer on the brass top and fire blued spring. Item Code PF0074, Price SOLD (GBP) A rare powder flask by James Dixon & Sons Sheffield with very high relief embossing of a Scottish stag hunting scene below thistles. Nickel silver top and copper body with hanging game and suspension ring. One of the cups is missing from one side of the handle. Measures 7" overall and has a suspension ring at the bottom.

Item Code PF0265, Price 165 (GBP) A rare earthernware salt glaized powder flask shape vessel by Stephen Green Imperial Potteries Lambeth made about 1850. One minor old chip to the spout otherwise excellent condition. finding leather covered flasks in this condition is getting very difficult. This is the type of flask used with percussion target rifles in the 19th Century. Item Code PF0262, Price SOLD (GBP) A rare shot flask with swivel charger by G & J. Item Code PF0247, Price SOLD (GBP) A superb little fluted pistol size powder flask by G & J. Item Code PF0214, Price SOLD (GBP) A rare powder flask marked Lang Cockspur st. Item Code PF0199, Price SOLD (GBP) A rare pattern and very attractive powder flask by James Dixon & Sons. Item Code PF0200, Price SOLD (GBP) A powder flask with leather covered body made by James Dixon & Sons in the 1980's in it's original box. Item Code PF0187, Price SOLD (GBP) A tiny pistol powder flask which only measures 2 3/4" overall. Superb untouched condition with most of the original finish remaining. Item Code PF0182, Price 85 SOLD (GBP) A Sykes Extra Quality planished tin bodied powder flask. Some solder can be seen on a small section of one seam. Some rust and pitting to the top which would improve with a clean. There are a couple of dents on the bottom seam which you can see in the photos. Excellent condition retaining lots of the original laquer. Item Code PF0175, Price SOLD (GBP) A superb powder flask by James Dixon & Sons with their waterproof cap (which fits over the top underneath the charger) registered by them. These flasks were intended to throw accurate charges for use with long range rifle shooting. Worth doing a little restoration as a hard to find powder flask. A very hard to find flask and all completely original. There are a number of dings over the body of the flask. One small push in one side of the body that should come out OK. Would be suitable with a pair of percussion pistols. Item Code PF0075, Price SOLD (GBP) A very rare early 19th Century powder flask with a pressed horn body showing a sporting scene. One seam has been tightened during its working life by two rivets.

Item Code PF0266, Price 95 (GBP) A very unusual and attractive powder flask made from papier mache with screw off top which also forms a measure. Stitching is perfect and the leather is tight with no lumpiness. Item Code PF279, Price SOLD(GBP) A very rare triangular shot flask with original sewn in carrying sling. Leather was a bit dry although it has improved with the application of Pecard leather dressing. Item Code PF0273, Price SOLD (GBP) A very good quality all nickel silver powder flask by Sykes and marked "Extra Quality" . One minor ding on the front of the body and spring broken. Item Code PF0261, Price SOLD (GBP) A very rare planished tin rifle powder flask by G & J. and a perfect addition for anyone with a cased Joseph Lang shotgun or rifle. Very good untouched condition with lots of the original lacquer remaining. This pattern of dead game flask was illustrated in the Great Exhibition Catalogue of 1851 as made and exhibited By Dixons. The nozzle is adjustable from 2 1/4 drams to 3 drams. There is a push on the reverse of the flask body and the spring has been replaced. This would be one of the last powder flasks made by the Company and whilst not up to the quality of their production in the 19th Century, it would make an interesting addition to a serious collection of powder flasks to represent the end of the line for one of the best and largest manufacturers of powder flasks that ever was. Item Code PF0201, Price SOLD (GBP) Another powder flask with leather covered body made by James Dixon & Sons in the 1980's in it's original box. There were originally 4 leather suspension loops but these have been cut off at some time in antiquity, possibly to make it easier to put in a large pocket or bag. Planished tin powder flasks were cased with Purdey Boss and Manton guns. I am not sure whethr this is a small period repair or just splash of solder when originall manufactured. Item Code PF0176, Price SOLD (GBP) A very early 19th Century powder flask suitable for a flintlock shotgun. Item Code PF0168, Price 175 (GBP) A small powder flask suitable for a small rifle or pistol. Item Code PF0169, Price SOLD (GBP) A small powder flask by James Dixon & Sons suitable for an 80 Bore Adams or Tranter percussion revolver. Spring broken and some resoldering evident on the charger which would probably scrape off. Item Code PF0160, Price SOLD (GBP) A shot flask by Sykes with an adjustable charger graduated up to 1 1/2 ounces. A couple of push type dents on one side which would probably press out with care. Item Code PF0146, Price SOLD (GBP) A 19th Century powder flask by William Bartram of the type that was cased with the early London Colt Navy revolvers but fitted with a non Colt nozzle so it was probably intended for a small park rifle. Item Code PF0147, Price SOLD (GBP) An unsual early 19th Century powder flask with a cap on the nozzle which also serves as a measure. There is a small dent on one side and the spring is broken. The body is brass bound and has 4 suspension rings. The are some hairline cracks in the horn but it is solid and still tight. Item Code PF0092, Price SOLD (GBP) An early 19th Century powder flask with elongated copper body. Item Code PF0091, Price SOLD (GBP) A rare powder flask by G.

Powder horns were made from cow or ox horn and used for carrying gunpowder.

Embellishing these animal horns with maps was a popular activity with frontiersmen and with soldiers serving in British Colonial America, especially during the French and Indian War (1754 – 1763) and the American Revolutionary War (1775 – 1783).

James Dixon & Sons tiny pistol flask measuring just 2 7/8" overall and in excellent condition with some original lacquer. Price SOLD A very unusual flask with pull off top which also then becomes a measure.

A few minor dents and very slight separation of the seam on the bottom. Left to right: Hawksley pattern (but no maker mark) oakleaf design pistol powder flask 5" overall in very good condition, no dents, original spring and good colour SOLD. James Dixon & Sons three way powder flask measuring 3 1/4" overall. Spring is missing and there is a dent in one side of the body.

Decorated with initials GVR and QUERENDO together with a coat of arms and on the other side a beehive. Item Code PF0276, Price - see decription (GBP) Two pistol size powder flasks: a rare tiny plain copper bodied flask with adjustable charger measuring only 3 1/4" overall 125 and a planished tin flask 4" overall SOLD. Item Code PF0277, Price 350 (GBP) A superb small powder flask by Sykes probably for a percussion sporting rifle. The Victorian diamond registered design mark is embossed on one side. There is a dent one one side which you may be able to push out? There is a ding on the reverse side which you can see in the photos. Some very minor old damage to the iron mounts which you can see in the photos. The push fit brass cap and a couple of the brass screws are missing. Item Code PF0213, Price 200 (GBP) A good leather covered powder flask by G & J. In the 1970's some of these horns were sold out of Alnwick Castle and this is one of them. This is an original 19th Century manufactured flask and not one of the 2nd generation flasks made in the 1960's. Item Code PF0192, Price SOLD (GBP) An early hard leather powder flask dating from the end of the 18th Century. Not usuable but would look good in a cased shotgun where the compartment is for a belt rather than bag. Very good condition with lots of the original lacquer remaining. Probably dates from the Crimean War period and was possibly taken as a souvenir by a British soldier. On the reverse side there is a slight push but otherwise no dents and the seams are perfect. There is a slight push on the body on one side which you can see in the pgotos. Rare in this size of 2 1/2lb and with a nice embossed scene on one side. Very nice condition with perfect stitching and very good leather. Item Code PF0095, Price SOLD (GBP) A rare rifle powder flask by G.

The scrimshaw looks period to me and is well done and attractive. Retains most of the original lacquer finish and would look great with a cased British rifle. Item Code PF0278, Price 300 (GBP) A late 18th or early 19th Century leather covered horn powder flask with windows to show the powder level. Item Code PF0256, Price 185 (GBP) A small pistol size powder flask with an adjustable charger 3/8 1/2 and 5/8 drams. (GBP) A rare late 17th Century or early 18th Century Scottish or Scandinavian horn priming flask with an iron spring loaded dispenser. Item Code PF0249, Price 350 (GBP) A rare and very large 18th Century powder flask with a makers mark of what appears to be RS stamped on the top (see photos). One of the largest 18th Century flasks I have ever seen and rare to find one maker marked. The loops for suspension have been removed from the sides at some time but this hasn't affected the stitching which is all complete and tight. Item Code PF0239, Price 525 (GBP) A very rare and completely original 19th Century gunstock powder flask by James Dixon & Sons Sheffield. Item Code PF0236, Price 45 each (GBP) Two shot flasks The smaller 1lb flask has a steel top and is stamped Sykes on the top and the leather body together with a previous owners initials. The one on the right is an Irish charger and is stamped 3lbs on the leather bag. Item Code PF0224, Price 135 each (GBP) A couple of very early 19th Century powder flasks with horn windows so that you could see how much powder there was in each flask. The circular flask is missing the nozzle and the other flask has a broken spring but even so these are very rare powder flasks and hard to find in any condition. There is a small crack to the horn on the reverse side which you can see in the photos. Genrally good condition with a few dents and dings you can see in the photos. Item Code PF0209, Price 75 (GBP) A James Dixon & Sons plain copper bodied powder flask with their Patent top. Very good untouched condition with some orignal lacquer mixed with patina. Item Code PF0150, Price SOLD (GBP) A good quality mid 19th Century pistol size powder flask. There are a couple of small dents on the reverse side. Item Code PF0141, Price SOLD (GBP) A large fluted powder flask with an adjustable charger upto 6 drams. Obviously has been in a museum as it still retains the original white catalofue number FA 52. Item Code PF0113, Price SOLD (GBP) A great shot flask by G & J. It still retains the original inked price on the collar and the top has some traces of case colour hardening. Item Code PF0105, Price SOLD (GBP) A rare and superb quality horn and nickel silver powder flask dating from the 1830-50 period. Excellent condition with good stitching and leather.

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