This one you may have seen before, and remember that these gunpowder bags when empty of gunpowder are used for storing extra tinder material.
Slightly narrower necks on these two. Just like my first one the tops are bent over to close, and then tied.
“ takes fire readily from the spark of a steel: but it is much improved by being kept dry in a bag that has contained gunpowder.”
Samuel Hearne, Northern Canada, 1772