Tiffany & Co. Arms from the Robert M. Lee Collection. See more from the collection here.
18th-19th cent., [scrimshaw musket size scrimshaw powder horn with patriotic and armorial motifs and the motto “Res non verba”, or “Deeds not words”]
Key guns, 1600s
‘Jailers’ keys were apparently filled with gun powder to create a primitive gun that could be detonated if there was any trouble when opening a cell door. We found several original versions that back up this claim, dating from the 17th century and of various complexity.’