18th century 1770 A.D.Scottish Gun Powder Horn

18th century 1770 A.D.Scottish Gun Powder Horn

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18th century 1770 A.D.Scottish Gun Powder Horn
18th century 1770 A.D.Scottish Gun Powder Horn
18th century 1770 A.D.Scottish Gun Powder Horn
18th century 1770 A.D.Scottish Gun Powder Horn

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Antique, 18th century rare Scottish highlander's flattened cowhorn gun powder horn dated “A 1770” and letters “G.E.G”(A stays for Anno-Year) DETAILS: curved body decorated with engraved wild boar, pelican, rabbit, tree in the middle and slipping unicorn surrounded by flowers, other side engraved with a scene depicting a deer running in the woods and the hound behind him. The nozzle is carved as a snarling bear head with bone inlaid eyes and its original wooden plug, the fitted base is engraved with characteristics highland flowers. Overall length with the stopper: 29cm (17 3/8 in). REFERENCES: Related powder horns are published in the catalogue Culloden the Swords and the Sorrows “An Exhibition to Commemorate the Jacobtie Rising of 1745 and the Battle of Culloden 1746 “illustration No. 6:1-6:6

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  • Reference #
  • E285
  • Quantity
  • 1
  • Category
  • Militaria & Weapons
  • Department
  • Antiques
  • Year
  • 1770
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  • Condition
  • Very Good