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  • Subject: Powder Horn
  • Powder flask & stopper
        A hand-made powder horn, dated approximately 1800, that is believed to have existed since 1790. Both the flask and the stopper are made wood. For more information, read “‘Scruples of Conscience’: The War of 1812 in the Sugarloaf Settlement” by Donald G. Anger, the Port Colborne Historical and Marine Museum. ...
      A hand-made powder horn, dated approximately 1800, that is believed to have ...
  • Powder Horn- Dr. Cyrus Sumner
        A powder horn with brass fittings at both ends. There is one brass ring remaining to which some material such as hide or leather would have been fastened for carrying purposes. At the narrow end there is also a small moveable "catch". It is believed that the powder horn was ...
      A powder horn with brass fittings at both ends. There is one ...
  • Powder Horn: 1812-1814
        This is a polished powder horn, dated 1812-1814, with a wooden fitted end and cork screw. It also has a brass spout and red tassels on blue rope for carrying. It is believed to be from the Royal Artillery. Powder horns were common among soldiers at this time because they ...
      This is a polished powder horn, dated 1812-1814, with a wooden fitted ...
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