Civil War Era Leather Shot Flask - Ca. 1800-1820. Brown leather bodied shot flask, which contained and dispersed small lead shot, or gun-powder for muskets. Made from two-pieces of leather sewn together to form an elongated oval. Leather is sturdy and seams are tight. The leather neck of the pouch is securely whipped with cord around the major length of the copper spout. Very nice Measures approximately 5 1/8 inches.
Inventory Number: FIR 023