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|Diameter: 2.5 in|
|Glass target ball, blue, plain except for seam lines around ball, one-third distance from bottom then vertically to top and around top quarter; short and slightly flared neck. Used for target shooting prior to the 1890's when clay piegeons became more popular.|
As of 04-19-2017 this object is on display in the Buffalo Bill Museum.
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Treasures from Our West - Curated by NancyM