A group of 18th and 19th century firearms accessories
Comprising: 1) Two brush/pick sets, each with bristle brush in brass socket and 3 inch brass pick with 12 inch brass. 2) An unidentified gun pick. 3) Two unidentified miltary tools composed of two brass picks mounted on twine lanyards. 4) Three Civil War era slotted maple musket tampions and a brass capped cork example as used with the Pattern 53 Enfield. 5) A six inch brass double-sided capper. 6) A crudely made gang mold for .36 and .31 caliber balls made from a split 5 inch section of brass rule. 7) A T-shaped iron combination tool, probably a flint knapper. 8) Five various powder measures, four of scoop variety, one adjustable.
Condition: All very good, most showing dark patina and some wear.