June 1, 2024 G & J.W.Hawksley Rifle Flask

G & J.W.Hawksley Rifle Flask

G & J.W.Hawksley Rifle Flask

A beautiful rifle flask with patent charger by G & J.W.Hawksley. In excellent condition and full working order. The Patent charger has two scales of capacity: on one side of grains from 60 to 110, on the other side of drams from 2 ¼ to 4 ¼. It can be fixed at any point on either scale. Standing approximately 9“ tall. See G. & J.W.Hawksley catalogue 1889 Page 71.

G.& J.W. H. was the firm of George and John William Hawksley, manufacturers of utilitarian objects in the last half of the 19th and the first part of the 20th centuries. They made powder flasks and shot belts as well as brandy flasks. Their business is recorded at 75 Carver Street. George Hawksley’s residence was at 73 Carver Street. J.W. resided at 22 Holliscroft and is recorded as being a horn merchant as well. The name is also recorded as George Hawksley and Co. at 32 Charlotte Street as a manufacturer of silver and plated ware. Hawksley is also found at the 75 Carver Street address as Hawksley, Needham & Co. as a maker of spring knives.

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June 1, 2024 G & J.W.Hawksley Rifle Flask

G & J.W.Hawksley Rifle Flask

G & J.W.Hawksley Rifle Flask

A beautiful rifle flask with patent charger by G & J.W.Hawksley. In excellent condition and full working order. The Patent charger has two scales of capacity: on one side of grains from 60 to 105, on the other side of drams from 2 ¼ to 3 ¼. It can be fixed at any point on either scale. Standing 8 ½“ tall. See G. & J.W.Hawksley catalogue 1889 Page 71.

G.& J.W. H. was the firm of George and John William Hawksley, manufacturers of utilitarian objects in the last half of the 19th and the first part of the 20th centuries. They made powder flasks and shot belts as well as brandy flasks. Their business is recorded at 75 Carver Street. George Hawksley’s residence was at 73 Carver Street. J.W. resided at 22 Holliscroft and is recorded as being a horn merchant as well. The name is also recorded as George Hawksley and Co. at 32 Charlotte Street as a manufacturer of silver and plated ware. Hawksley is also found at the 75 Carver Street address as Hawksley, Needham & Co. as a maker of spring knives.

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May 3, 2022 G & J.W Hawksley Embossed Powder Flask

G & J.W Hawksley Embossed Powder Flask

G & J.W Hawksley Embossed Powder Flask

 

G & J.W Hawksley Embossed Powder Flask. A lovely flask in excellent original condition and full working order. Throwing 2 – 2¾ drams.

G.& J.W. H. was the firm of George and John William Hawksley, manufacturers of utilitarian objects in the last half of the 19th and the first part of the 20th centuries. They made powder flasks and shot belts as well as brandy flasks. Their business is recorded at 75 Carver Street. George Hawksley’s residence was at 73 Carver Street. J.W. resided at 22 Holliscroft and is recorded as being a horn merchant as well. The name is also recorded as George Hawksley and Co. at 32 Charlotte Street as a manufacturer of silver and plated ware. Hawksley is also found at the 75 Carver Street address as Hawksley, Needham & Co. as a maker of spring knives.

 

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January 9, 2022 G & J.W.Hawksley Powder Flask

G & J.W.Hawksley Powder Flask

G & J.W.Hawksley Powder Flask

G & J.W.Hawksley Powder Flask. A lovely large G & J.W.Hawksley improved bronze copper powder flask. Standing approximately 10″ tall and in generally excellent condition with just a couple of minor dents. The adjustable nozzle throws 3-4 drams in 1/4 dram increments. Fitted with an inside spring top. In full working order.

G.& J.W. H. was the firm of George and John William Hawksley, manufacturers of utilitarian objects in the last half of the 19th and the first part of the 20th centuries. They made powder flasks and shot belts as well as brandy flasks. Their business is recorded at 75 Carver Street. George Hawksley’s residence was at 73 Carver Street. J.W. resided at 22 Holliscroft and is recorded as being a horn merchant as well. The name is also recorded as George Hawksley and Co. at 32 Charlotte Street as a manufacturer of silver and plated ware. Hawksley is also found at the 75 Carver Street address as Hawksley, Needham & Co. as a maker of spring knives.

See G. & J.W.Hawksley catalogue from 1889 page 62

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December 14, 2020 G & J.W.Hawksley Rifle Flask

G & J.W.Hawksley Rifle Flask

G & J.W.Hawksley Rifle Flask

A huge fluted rifle flask with patent charger by G & J.W.Hawksley. In excellent condition and full working order. Patent charger throwing 105 – 195 grains and standing some 11” tall.

G.& J.W. H. was the firm of George and John William Hawksley, manufacturers of utilitarian objects in the last half of the 19th and the first part of the 20th centuries. They made powder flasks and shot belts as well as brandy flasks. Their business is recorded at 75 Carver Street. George Hawksley’s residence was at 73 Carver Street. J.W. resided at 22 Holliscroft and is recorded as being a horn merchant as well. The name is also recorded as George Hawksley and Co. at 32 Charlotte Street as a manufacturer of silver and plated ware. Hawksley is also found at the 75 Carver Street address as Hawksley, Needham & Co. as a maker of spring knives.

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November 18, 2020 G & J.W. Hawksley 3-Way Flask

G & J.W. Hawksley 3-Way Flask

G & J.W. Hawksley 3-Way Flask

A G & J.W. Hawksley 3 way flask. Spring is broken. A lovely flask with adjustable nozzle which has unfortunately been polished in the past! A large flask standing 5” tall.

G.& J.W. H. was the firm of George and John William Hawksley, manufacturers of utilitarian objects in the last half of the 19th and the first part of the 20th centuries. They made powder flasks and shot belts as well as brandy flasks. Their business is recorded at 75 Carver Street. George Hawksley’s residence was at 73 Carver Street. J.W. resided at 22 Holliscroft and is recorded as being a horn merchant as well. The name is also recorded as George Hawksley and Co. at 32 Charlotte Street as a manufacturer of silver and plated ware. Hawksley is also found at the 75 Carver Street address as Hawksley, Needham & Co. as a maker of spring knives.

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November 14, 2020 Hawksley Rifle Flask

Hawksley Rifle Flask

Hawksley Rifle Flask

Hawksley Rifle Flask. A rifle flask by G & J.W.Hawksley with patent charger throwing 60-110 grains

See Hawksley catalogue 1889 page 74

G.& J.W. H. was the firm of George and John William Hawksley, manufacturers of utilitarian objects in the last half of the 19th and the first part of the 20th centuries. They made powder flasks and shot belts as well as brandy flasks. Their business is recorded at 75 Carver Street. George Hawksley’s residence was at 73 Carver Street. J.W. resided at 22 Holliscroft and is recorded as being a horn merchant as well. The name is also recorded as George Hawksley and Co. at 32 Charlotte Street as a manufacturer of silver and plated ware. Hawksley is also found at the 75 Carver Street address as Hawksley, Needham & Co. as a maker of spring knives.

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November 14, 2020 Hawksley Powder Flask

Hawksley Powder Flask

Hawksley Powder Flask

Hawksley Powder Flask. Hog skin covered Hawksley flask with large charger throwing 4-6 drams. 6 1/2” body in good condition

See Hawksley catalogue 1889 page 70

G.& J.W. H. was the firm of George and John William Hawksley, manufacturers of utilitarian objects in the last half of the 19th and the first part of the 20th centuries. They made powder flasks and shot belts as well as brandy flasks. Their business is recorded at 75 Carver Street. George Hawksley’s residence was at 73 Carver Street. J.W. resided at 22 Holliscroft and is recorded as being a horn merchant as well. The name is also recorded as George Hawksley and Co. at 32 Charlotte Street as a manufacturer of silver and plated ware. Hawksley is also found at the 75 Carver Street address as Hawksley, Needham & Co. as a maker of spring knives.

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November 14, 2020 Hawksley Powder Flask

Hawksley Powder Flask

Hawksley Powder Flask

Hawksley Powder Flask. In perfect condition other than it has been polished at some time! 6 1/2” body, hidden spring throwing 2 1/2 – 3 1/4 drams.

G.& J.W. H. was the firm of George and John William Hawksley, manufacturers of utilitarian objects in the last half of the 19th and the first part of the 20th centuries. They made powder flasks and shot belts as well as brandy flasks. Their business is recorded at 75 Carver Street. George Hawksley’s residence was at 73 Carver Street. J.W. resided at 22 Holliscroft and is recorded as being a horn merchant as well. The name is also recorded as George Hawksley and Co. at 32 Charlotte Street as a manufacturer of silver and plated ware. Hawksley is also found at the 75 Carver Street address as Hawksley, Needham & Co. as a maker of spring knives.

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