|Original 1700s flat German coat/bag horn|
This is an amazing piece, with original carved tip, period repair work in one small spot. 9" across outside curve.
|Kentucky Pistol |
Nice Kentucky pistol in percussion with curly maple fullstock. Lock marked "Partridge," but otherwise unsigned. Older repaired cracks through sideplate, area of forestock, and especially wrist (two dowels show from the top of the wrist). Engraved sideplate and buttcap and three silver inlays. Unusually small trigger guard. Cheap and I'll pay for shipping! 8 1/2" rifled barrel is octagon to round and looks to be about .44 caliber.
|Antique Horn with Joe Mills Strap|
Large left hand carry horn with an aged strap by Joe Mills. The horn measures 15.75 inches on the curve. The one area of bug damage has a period repair. Quite a nice old horn. $125. shipped
|Relief Carved Flintlock Kentucky Rifle - John Brooks|
A fabulous signed John Brooks rifle that is elegantly relief carved and with the most wonderfully engraved patchbox. It has a 44 inch octagon to round barrel. The last 8 inches of the barrel and forestock at the muzzle have been stretched - professionally done and hardly detectable. I believe that the original nosecap was used. Nicely engraved toe plate, several silver inlays including thumbpiece and cheekpiece (star), reconverted flintlock.
|English Brass Barreld Flintlock Bluderbuss ca 1810|
Here is a beautiful brass barreled blunderbuss signed W Jones both on the flintlock and the barrel. It has a spring loaded bayonet. The checkered grip walnut stock probably has been refinished. Superb condition. Here is a similar one on the net http://www.ambroseantiques.com/flongarms/jones.htm
|Antique Williamsburg style oil lantern|
This is an original oil lantern , sometimes called a barn lantern. It is metal construction with a door and old glass windows. It houses a working oil lamp which will stay lit in windy conditions. The frame measures: 18" to the top of the bail and is 6 & 1/2" wide. The font is made from galvanized tin with a # 2 Queen Ann burner. It is in excellent antique without having been restored.
the price includes shipping to cont. USA. Many more photos upon request.
|Original Antique Lancaster Screw-tip Powder Horn|
This is an original later Lancaster, PA style powder horn (circa 1840 to 1850), with a nice pressed rope low-domed butt and its original screw tip. The horn body is "greenish" colored and has nice smooth carry wear patina on the inside curve. There is a stabilized crack in the horn body. All else is in good original condition. The horn has nice twist and curve to its shape. Overall measurement across is 13" with a 2-3/4" diameter butt. Additional photos on request.
Price = $325.00, plus postage
High End percussion rifle made by J.P.Moore of New York. This rifle has a flint patchbox and is profusely engraved. it is stocked in European walnut and is .45 cal. It has a single set trigger and low hunting sights. It remains in excellent antique condition. Many more photos on demand for those who are genuinely interested to purchase. More info about the rifle can be found in the library on the ARL site. The price includes shipping to cont. USA.
|Awesome Hand Hewn Cabin|
This beautifully hand hewn 1830's hemlock log cabin could certainly be described more as a log home. It is 32 X 28 and a full 2 stories. Two Interior fireplaces, original flooring and some original paneling. Located in southrn Pennsylvania it is still standing and has been on same tract of land owned by family since 1700's. A mere $28,000 plus shipping and it could be yours. More photos available.
|Signed EVAN, Evan Johnson, Jamestown, NC ca 1850|
This easily identified halfstock rifle was made in Jamestown and probably by Evan Johnson. It has several brass inlays and a silver cap box. High grade curly maple was used for stocking. There are losses to the fore end repaired long ago with colored wood substitute. Missing one ramrod pipe the other needs soldering to the under rib. The 40 inch .38 cal barrel is signed in block letters. Some work to be done but you'll end up with a nice recognizable and signed North Carolina rifle.