Great selection! These are all Argentine brands or made for the Argentine market.
First row, from left to right:
1 - “La Perdíz” (The Patridge) made for Carlos Moll, importer and distributor of Walsrode Powder.
2 - Geco B.M.D. made for Alfredo Gottling, owner of the gunstore named “La Porteña” (the feminine demonym of the inhabitants of Buenos Aires).
3, 6 & 7 - “El Correo” (The Mail) made for Hasenclever y Cía.
4 - “El Casco” (The Helmet) made for Kirschbaum y Cía.
5 - Geco of Argentina.
Second row, from left to right:
1 - “Tejón” (Badger) made for Kirschbaum y Cía.
2 & 5 - “El Correo” (The Mail) made for Hasenclever y Cía.
3 - “Faisán” (Pheasant) distributed by Pedro Wörns.
4 - “Mirasol” (name of a bird found in Argentina; English equivalent is “Stripe-backed bittern”) made for Adolfo Voelker.