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Related Items Pre 1900

Large Antique Bullet Mould
A large 16 bore steel pincer bullet mould with spru cutter. Faintly stamped “THE PROTECTOR”
9.5 inches long.
In good condition.
SOLD

16 Bore Steel Bullet Mould
A large steel pincer bullet mould with spru cutter. Stamped “THE PROTECTOR”
9.5 inches long.

In good condition.
SOLD

E Pluribus Unum Pistol Powder Flask c1850
An original copper, pistol powder flask dating to the 1850s with double sided motif of eagle and stars over “E Pluribus Unum” (Latin for "Out of many, one") 100% original and in very good condition and working order. Perfect for a display with Colt, Remington, Whitney or any other pistols of the era.
Total length 12cm

SOLD

Colt .44 Brass Bullet Mold
A brass bullet mold marked to the side COLT PNT and searial number 7919 to top. It has a .44 caliber round ball cavity and a .44 caliber conical cavity.
In good condition and would display well in a revolver case or could still be used if desired.
5” long
SOLD

Victorian 1st Yorkshire North Riding Regiment 19th Foot Belt & Buckle

Original period manufacture, adjustable white buff leather waistbelt with adjustable buckle, Interlocking brass clasp buckle which is regimentally marked to the 1st Yorkshire North Riding Regiment 19th Foot and maker stamped on the reverse Smith & Wright Birmingham. http://19thfoot.co.uk/uniform

In good condition.




SOLD

Victorian Sykes Patent Copper Powder Flask
A Victorian copper bodied powder flask for rifle or shot gun by Sykes of Sheffield.
Bag shaped body with embossed ribbed decoration.
Brass screw off top with three setting adjustable nozzle, both stamped SYKES PATENT.
This flask is in relatively good condition with some dents in the body.
Overall length 7.5 inches.

SOLD

.60 caliber round ball bullet mold

A 19th century .60” round ball bullet mold for muzzle loading musket or large bore pistol.

5” long

In good condition.

SOLD

Civil War era Manhattan Arms .36 caliber bullet mold
This is a rare original Civil War era bullet mold that was made by Manhattan Arms Co. and is so marked. It has a .36 caliber round ball cavity and a .36 caliber conical cavity.
This mold is well used but is still in very solid condition for 150 years old. It has it original spur cutter and original screw. There is some wear to the finish but would display well and could still be used if desired.
SOLD

19th Century Cosh

A late 19th century cosh also known as a blackjack.

Used for self defence by men and women. This fixable black leather bound cosh has lead weighted ends with brass horse head decorations at each end.

This is not a run of the mill cosh, it is of very high quality and would have been made for and used by someone of high standing.

11” (28cm) long and in very good condition.

SOLD