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SOLD SOLD SOLD 2 x WW1 1915 Dated, 1868 Pattern, British Army In India Lancer’s Cavalry Lance Both With Red and White Pennant and Leather Wrist Thong. Sn 14027 - 14027
2 X WW1 1915 dated, 1868 Pattern British Cavalry, War Department stamped British Army In India Lance's with both with Pennants and leather wrist thongs. This pattern lance saw active service in many parts of the world and famous campaigns, and was extremely successful and as a lance used from horseback was virtually impossible to improve upon. Used notably during the Zulu wars and in insurrections in India and later in WW1. Special lancer cavalry units were highly trained in using the lance which was used up to and including the first world war. Unlike preceding and the later 1885, 94 lance patterns, this version used a strong male bamboo shaft. The lances are made from a single bamboo shaft which is smooth and solid. On both the triangular section head has three blade edges for maximum penetration and measures 6", the ferule measures 12.5" overall. Both she spear point ferrules are nicely marked with the India Arsenal inspection mark, WD Arrow and ‘No.1 I P’ together with ‘1915’ date. The shoe or butts are shaped to fit into a special carrying harness on the horse saddle. Both the head and butt are steel. Both shafts have a red and white pennants attached. Also on the lances are a Blancoed cord grip and leather wrist thong which is also blancoed. The lances both measure 9.3 feet. These are very nice complete examples. **Please note that delivery is by arrangement due to the length and within the UK Only**.
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Original British Enfield Model 1853 Muzzle Loading Percussion Rifle Sergeant’s Multi Tool By T.Gilbert. Sn 13789 - 13789
Dating from 1853, this is the more complex of the Enfield gun tools, designated the "Sergeants". The muzzle loading Model 1853 Enfield percussion rifle was much used during the American Civil War, as well as with British and Empire forces worldwide. These tools were carried by Sgt’s to assist in maintaining / repairing rifles. Made of steel,the tool dismantles as it should. The screwdriver arm is stamped with a small inspection mark and by the manufacturer ‘T.Gilbert’. Fully assembled the tool measures 5” x 3 ¾”. The price for this quality tool includes UK delivery. Sn 13789
£225.00

Victorian 'Plain' Small Copper and Brass Powder Flask. Sn 13533 - 13533
An original Victorian copper and brass plain powder flask. It is in excellent condition and has just one pin point dent on one side. The seams are in perfect condition. The neck has an external thumb spring which operates smoothly as it should. The brass collar retains the original brass rivets. (see 'The Powder Flask Book' by Ray Riling, pages 271 and 275 fig 174). It measures from the top of the neck to the bottom 5 1/4". It is in excellent condition. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13533
£135.00

**SOLD**SOLD**Small Victorian Copper & Brass 'Bag' Plain Powder Flask With Ring Attachment For Pistol Shooters Of The Percussion Era. Sn 13534 - 13534
A small Victorian 'Bag' plain powder flask with a ring attachment. This small powder flask only measures 4 1/2" from the top of the neck to the bottom. It is in perfect unmarked condition, free of any dents and damage. Small flasks have over the years been erroneously considered to be priming flask but with a ring attachment were in fact used with a cord attached for handy accessibility by pistol shooters of the percussion era. (see Pages 272 & 274 Fig 152 of 'The Powder Flask Book' by Ray Riling.) The flask is in excellent condition. It has an adjustable three position neck which adjusts smoothly. It has an external thumb spring which operates smoothly. The collar retains the original screws. It has a brass ring on the base. The flask seams are in perfect undamaged condition. The flask has a very nice patina. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13534
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Victorian 'Pine Cone' Design Copper and Brass Powder Flask By G. & J.W. Hawksley. Sn 13532 - 13532
An original Victorian copper and brass powder flask with an overall 'pine cone' design. It is in excellent condition and free of dents and with the seams in perfect condition. The neck has an external thumb spring which operates smoothly as it should. The brass collar retains the original screws. The neck is nicely stamped with the manufacturers name "G. & J.W. Hawksley" (A Sheffield maker from 71-75 Carver Street and appears in directories from 1876, see 'The Powder Flask Book' by Ray Riling, pages 114 and 297 fig 414) and it has four adjustable dram settings "2 1/4, 2 1/2, 2 3/4, 3". It measures from the top of the neck to the bottom 8". It is in excellent condition. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13532
£125.00

***RESERVED*** 18th Century Black Powder Testing Device. Sn 1839 - 1839
A very old brass device to test 1/7 th of a dramme of black powder on a spring loaded rotating wheel that the percussion of the powder in the cap rotates backwards to test its strength. A rare item Price includes UK delivery. Sn 1839
£325.00

Victorian 19th Century Copper and Brass 'Foliage' Powder Flask by Dixon & Sons. Sn 10917 - 10917
An original 19th Century, British plain powder flask in copper with a brass adjustable charger, made by Dixon & Sons. The flask has plain panels on the front and back along with chamfered edges. The seams are in very good condition. It has just a couple of small dents from normal use as can be seen in the photographs. All of the neck screws are present. The external neck spring is intact and operates smoothly as it should. The adjustable three setting charger is stamped with "Dixon & Sons". The flask measures 6 3/4" in length. This type of plain flask is illustrated on page 276, item 194 of "The Powder Flask Book" by Ray Riling. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 10917
£245.00

Victorian 19th Century Copper and Brass 'Pheasant' Powder Flask by Dixon & Sons. Sn 10915 - 10915
A Victorian 19th Century copper and brass 'Pheasant' powder flask by Dixon & Sons. An original 19th Century, British adjustable, embossed powder flask in copper, with a brass charger made by Dixon & Sons. The flask is one of the 'Pheasants' flasks and features a male pheasant in a floriated panel on the front along with a bird in flight in the top right. It has a plain rear. The flask works perfectly. The seams are in good condition and the flask has a couple of small dents as can be seen in the photographs. All of the neck screws are present. The neck spring is intact and operates smoothly. The charger is stamped with "Dixon & Sons" and it has three settings. The flask measures 7 1/2" in length. This actual flask is illustrated as image 739 on page 334 of "The Powder Flask Book" by Ray Riling. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 10915
£175.00

English, Victorian, Syke's 'Extra' Patent Leather Shot Flask With Nickel Plated Brass Nozzle & adjustable Measure. Sn 9234. - 9234
This is an excellent original complete English, Victorian, Sykes 'Extra Patent', Leather Shot Flask With Nickel Plated Brass Nozzle. It measures 7 1/4" overall length and the leather pouch is 1 3/4" at it's widest point. The base of the pouch is fitted with a heavy duty leather lanyard ring. It has it's original screw thread, Nickel Plated nozzle with sprung lever and adjustable shot measures marked '1 & 1 1/4 oz'. The steel nozzle lever is crisply marked by the manufacturer 'Sykes Extra'. All stitching of the leather is intact and the nozzle retains it's original nickel finish. It is fully functioning and undented. The leather pouch is filled with inert filler for display. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 9234.
£175.00

English, Victorian, Dixon & Sons Patent, Leather Shot Flask With Brass Swivel Head & Adjustable Measure. Sn 9233. - Sn 9233
This is an excellent original complete English, Victorian, Dixon & Sons Patent, Brass Swivel Head Leather Shot Flask. It measures 10" overall length and the leather pouch is 3 1/4" at it's widest point. The leather body near to the neck is impressed 'lb' above '3' and the front has a large roundel containing an impressed hunting scene with 'Master of Hounds' & Hounds in a forest setting. The leather pouch has had a contemporary minor pinpoint repair to a tiny hole near it's base which is stable and only visible on very close inspection. The base of the pouch is fitted with a heavy duty leather lanyard ring. It has it's original screw thread, brass swivel head nozzle with sprung lever and adjustable shot measures marked '1 1/4 , 1 1/2, 1 3/4 oz'. The nozzle is crisply marked by the manufacturer 'Dixon & Sons Patent'. All stitching of the leather is intact and the brass nozzle is fully functioning and undented. The leather pouch is filled with inert filler for display. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 9233.
£195.00
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