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


Two Civil War Era Colt Powder Flasks

probably British for the American market, 19th century, both with mellow patination, no apparent stamps, one brass, military decoration over two pairs of crossed Colt rifles and pistols, two lanyard rings, 6-1/2 in.; together with one copper, with two crossed Colt pistols over 13 stars, flying eagle and military decoration, four lanyard rings, 5-3/4 in.

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


both with functional spouts, first with corrosion, one lanyard ring off (present), seam intact, light wear; second with large dent at right lanyard ring, seam open, oxidation, surface dirt

Estimate: $300 - $500
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium

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