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Laflin & Rand Powder Co. Orange Rifle New York
6/9/2014 - Firearms Timed Online Auction
11.5" height x 9.5" diameter. Can with black background with red stripe. Bottom of can with raised letters that read Gunpowder.

Condition:  
Top label is in near excellent condition. Top of can with light oxidation forming.
Sold: $58.75
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