December 06, 2018 03:00 PM EST Asheville, North Carolina


Eight Civil War Style Powder Flasks

19th/20th century, comprising two similar brass, embossed with peace and friendship decoration, one stamped "Batty/1851", 7 in. (pouch only); two similar copper with embossed military decoration, one stamped "Colts patent", other stamped "made in USA", larger 6-1/2 in.; one copper with embossed faithful dog decoration, after Remington, 5 in.; one copper, embossed with sitting eagle decoration, after Colt, 3-1/2 in.; one copper embossed with flying eagle over a pair of Colt revolvers, stamped "e pluribus unum", after Colt, 3-3/4 in.; together with one copper, embossed with flying eagle decoration, gadrooning, 5-1/2 in.

Provenance:From the Estate of Judge David Creekmore, Knoxville, Tennessee


first with large dent at front, seams undone, heavy polishing with residue, wear throughout, spout not functioning; second with only light corrosion; third with corrosion stains, two dents, light abrasions; fourth with wear and corrosion consistent with age and use, flask spring broken (missing element); fifth with light abrasions; sixth with small dent, light abrasions; seventh with light corrosion, sticker residue; eighth with corrosion, abrasions (possibly as made), polish residue

Estimate: $100 - $300
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium

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