I searched a wooded area that used to be a farm homestead this past Sunday. My favorite find was this complete powder flask with an embossed image of a deer on both sides. It is only about 5 1/2 inches long, so I suspect it is for a pistol or small game rifle. I doubt this is a dropped modern reproduction, so I am guessing 1850s to 1870s. Also found a large, mostly complete crotal bell with pedal designs on the lower half (1700s or early 1800s?), a couple buttons, including a small shiny tombac, several small buckles, a Melba compact, and a couple wheat pennies. The obscene looking item is a ball tip for a Hames horse harness, while the other object might be a brake handle tip or something similar. Happy hunting and good luck out there.