Powder Horn – Scrimshaw Engraved
Powder Horn Scrimshaw EngravedThis Powder Horn Scrimshaw Engraved features compass directions, some leaf sprigs and the words 'Ye 9 September 1986'. You will also find a nice bordered area where you can add your name or the name of your regiment.
This horn has a nice curve in it. It is a nice light color. You will find wooden stops at both ends. You will have to add your own Powder Horn strap.
Powder horns are containers used to hold gunpowder. Historically, soldiers made Powder Horns from cows, oxen or buffalo horns. Natural horn has the advantage of being waterproof and already hollow inside. Stoppers of wood or bone or horn were placed at each end of the horn. A soldier filled the horn with gunpowder at the large end, and dispensed powder from the smaller end.
Soldiers sometimes decorated their Powder Horns with carvings or inlays. They usually carried them with a long strap over their shoulder.
The Wandering Bull offers Powder Horns as collectible items. Historical re-enactors also use Powder Horns as part of their kit.
You can choose from our standard stock Powder Horn or one of the One of a Kind horns that we acquire from other collectors.
This horn measures just about 12" long. Though a previous owner used it, it remains in very good condition.
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