POWDER FLASK FOR FINE GUNPOWDER, 16th Century, Replica

$182.32
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(catalogue number: PRACH01)

Replica of a 16th-century powder flask for fine gunpowder, intended for burying the pan of a handgun. Handgunner usually wore it around their neck, as evidenced by engravings and woodcuts of German mercenaries - Landsknechts - from the first half of the 16th century. The powder flask is made of wood and able to hold about 30 g of fine gunpowder.

Total height: 12 cm

Width: 6,5 cm

Thickness: 3,3 cm

Weight: 90 g

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