Lot 13    

Hunting Pouch with Powder Horn & Measure,
2005, Historic Americana / Nov 16, 17 & 18
19th century American with thread-sewn parfleche pouch with folded front flap, old worn canvas strap to which is attached a carved horned with original ring carved spout, which is a separate piece of bone attached with iron brads, flat spruce/pine plug end with iron wire for attaching strap and an antler tine powder measure attached with copper wire. In addition there is a rectangular block of lead attached with string. Bag is 9" wide x 8.5" high, strap is 12", horn is 9.7" long, measure is 2.5" long and lead is .5" x .5" x 1.3" long. All with fine old patina.

Condition:  
Flap on pouch with some damage, else as above, VG.
Sold: $345.00
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