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deGheyn 
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deGheyn
04-19-18 11:22 AM - Post#1680535    


Does anyone know of a good source for reproduction triangular or oblong powder flasks. I've found one in Europe, but the shipping will cost more than the flask. This is the type I'm referring to: 16th c. flasks

This is the source I've found: oblong
triangular

 
deGheyn 
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deGheyn
04-19-18 12:22 PM - Post#1680547    

    In response to deGheyn

Sorry guys, newbie here, posted in the wrong forum & it won't let me delete.


 
Artificer 
Cannon
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04-22-18 03:59 AM - Post#1680981    

    In response to deGheyn

It ain't cheap, but these folks make good quality stuff. Scroll down to:

Powder Flask / Voyageur Flask (above)
Handmade by Peter Goebel. Historic reproduction.
Copied from an original, our flask dates from the 17th to 18th centuries. Made from non-sparking copper with a friction fit lid attached with a chain. Measures 4" wide by 5 and 1/2 tall. A great alternative to a horn.
Powder Flask / Voyageur Flask: $145.00

http://goosebay-workshops.com/Militaria

Gus

 
Ogre 
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Ogre
05-14-18 08:41 PM - Post#1684711    

    In response to Artificer

Cool stuff.

 
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