Engraved Powder Horn Belonging to Jeremiah Eastman
- Sold for:
- Clocks, Watches & Scientific Instruments - 2946M
- Date / Time :
- October 27, 2016 10:00AM
Engraved Powder Horn Belonging to Jeremiah Eastman, c. 1758, horn with light engraving, marked "IEREMIAH EASTMAN his Horn Sept/SEPTE yE 12 1758" with cross-hatched lines and foliate designs, wooden stopper, and pine plug marked "I E," overall lg. 17 in.
Provenance: Sold to benefit the preservation of the collections of the Danvers Historical Society.
Note: The horn also bears the inscription "fort AT West Morland." This was one of a string of forts located in Westmorland, New Hampshire, along the Connecticut River for the purpose of protecting New England from Indian raids.
In good condition, but the engraving is light.
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