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Some people asked me to make these.  I have made threaded clamshell boxes before, but I wasn't real excited to make these as I didn't know what I was going to use as a moisture seal on the inside of the container.  Turns out that paraffin, the stuff that is used in canning is an odorless, food-safe, moisture seal.  Pretty straight forward.
The Baccyflap on the left is the later model, plastic version that can still be bought here and there.  The one on the right is the one that I made most recently out of briar.  It isn't really quite as much larger then the Parker as it appears.  The Parker is leaning and the briar one isn't.  The Parker is 3.75 inches in diameter, and the Briar one is 3/16 of an inch larger.  They have approximately the same internal volume.
As you can see, I didn't try to match the original exactly.  I liked the domed shape more.  I don't think that they would feel much different in the pocket.
The internal rim of the vessel is undercut just like the shape of the original baccyflap.  The inside is not stained as I didn't want to risk anything that might cause an odor or comprimise its food-safe qualities.  This is were I used the paraffin wax.  The outside has carnuba wax like one would do with a pipe.  The bottome of the container is not stained either, but that is just an aesthetic choice.