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Both seemingly taken from the sea and cleaned, brass, the pair.......................................................

A pair of brass scabbard mounts found along the banks of Lake Champlain near where the Battle of Valcour Island took place on October 11th, 1776, one British and one Hessian [large], both cleaned with good detail.

A usually nice example......................................., 5", flat horn powder, c.

1750's, American made horn with a metal thumb activated closing spout to secure the powder. These spring action powder flasks are rare, fine.........................................., British cuff silver button with air holes on the reverse, with shank, hall mark appears to be a J within a shield or heart, good ground action on the surfaces, fine..................................................., 4" axe, wide flared blade belt axe, large oval eye, dug Fort Michilimackinac.

Pursuant to plans for establishing a military presence on the coast of Maine as well as the colony of New Ireland, a British force led by General Francis Mc Lean arrived off Castine in June 1779, seized the town, and established Fort George and other fortifications in the area.

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Fine..........................................., 5.25", this iron spatula was dug on a Revolutionary War hospital site near Albany, NY.

9.25" total length, bar length, 6.5", diameter of half sphere 3.1, weight 4.3oz.

Excavated over 40 years ago and marked on both half sphere BOSTON [light but evident].

Scalloped flap, small wear hole in top right portion of flap, curved design to fit on waist.

The tinned tube type manufacture started during the Revolutionary War. This box has definitely seen use with good honest wear........................................................, 11 1/2", a nice belly twist horn with a wooden dowel base, the screw off knob allowed for filling with black powder, original fiddle tip pin, carved tip, lovely yellow patina to the horn.

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