˜TWO INDIAN POWDER-FLASKS

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Lot 65

˜TWO INDIAN POWDER-FLASKS, 18TH CENTURY; THREE BULLET MOULDS; AND A CLEANING ROD the first of horn, with engraved brass terminals decorated with a trellis pattern filled with foliage, the nozzle with spring cut-off and the basal terminal formed as a stylised fish tail; the second encased in leather and with traces of early paint, fitted with a turned stopper; one bullet mould with a brief inscription; together with a file; a further tool and two leather pouches the first: 24.5 cm; 9 5/8 in (10)