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17th Century

List Price - $50.00
Our Price: $45.90



17TH CENTURY BLACK POWDER FLASKNobleWares Image of Revolutionary War Black Powder Flask model 612 by Denix OD612 DENIX
The original Powder Flask was made in the late 17th Century and used to hold black powder for the reloading of flintlock pistols and muskets. Our Denix model is made in cast metal with an antiqued silver finish and features a beautifully engraved fair maiden nude gazing towards the sky, while on the opposite an engraved profile of a bearded man crowned with a laurel wreath. Provided with an actionable leverage to open and close the plug and with a cord to hang it from the wall or belt.


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measure 6" X 4" X 2 1/4"
actionable leverage stopper
Unique engravings on each side

Leather cord shoulder strap

Weight 1lb 7oz


(Please note: Although this item was designed to replicate an actual historical museum piece originating from the period, this item is NOT a functional replica and is not intended to store black powder, or material of any sort. The Denix OD612 is a costume replica designed for decoration, authentic entertainment prop, and display purposes only)

18th Century Powder Horns Authenticity & Safety By Keith H Burgess: In the clip, the author talks about safety & authenticity in powder horns, he also covers powder flasks. If you use a powder horn, or are thinking of making or purchasing one, you should watch this video.

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