18th Century Flat Priming Horn with the Initials 'AXG'
An 18th century powder horn that was found in Pennsylvania, it was part of a 40+ year collection that was sold through an estate sale. Flat priming horns had to be soaked and then formed into that flat shape to make it fit better in the hand to fill the flash pan on flintlock muskets. The small carved stopper is interesting in that it is tiny and pointed. It is 6" long.
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