Soldier who shakes gunpowder from his musket (no. 19), ca. 1600, Jacob de Gheyn (II) (workshop or), 1608 Canvas Print

Soldier who shakes gunpowder from his musket (no. 19), ca. 1600, Jacob de Gheyn (II) (workshop or), 1608 Canvas Print

A soldier, at his feet, to the right, who shakes a musket (a certain type of firearm) with both hands, in order to get any gunpowder fallen outside the pan (the powder reservoir) off (no. 19), ca. 1600. In his left hand, in addition to the course of the musket, there is also a furket (musket fork) and a burning fuse. Plate 19 in the instructions for handling the musket: Corte onderrechtinghe on the figuerlicke afbeeldinghe, so much aengaet the right ghebruyck of Musquet. Part of the illustrations in: J. de Gheyn, Wapenhandelinghe van Roers Musquetten ende spiessen, Amsterdam, 1608. Military around 1600.

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