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    Pair of 19th Century Powder Flasks. Comprising: 1) Brown leather powder flask with embossed bird dog scene on each side. Approximately 8" in length. Brass spout and loading lever. Marked "Am. Flask & Cap Co." on the brass spout. Very good condition. 2) Dixon & Sons, England, brass powder flask. Approximately 8" in length. Embossed bird dog scene on the obverse. Four lanyard rings. Brass loading spout. Mechanically sound with a few shallow dents, otherwise in very good condition.

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    June, 2013
    8th Saturday
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