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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 loses 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.

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$1,650.00

9/1/2015
Rare and Unusual Botetourt Co, VA childs rifle

Here is a most unusual child's or ladies rifle with a cast brass, friction lid, engraved patchbox. Plain maple take-down stock. The barrel is rifled, .32 cal, 39 inch, and only 5/8ths inch across the flats. Yes, it needs restoration: fore end with pipes and cap, lock, and sights; but what a neat little gun. I will be set up at the 6th Annual Eastern PA show in Morgantown, PA on Sept 18 & 19. Please see www.AspenShadeLTD.com for more antique Kentucky rifles.

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$685.00

9/1/2015
Hand Forged

This is a beautiful piece, I have never seen anything this uniquely shaped. Maker Marked "HB"

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$255.00

8/28/2015
Old Repurposed Knife

Great addition to your kit. Can be added to the back of your bag or carried in your belt.

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$40.00

8/24/2015
Price Reduced .54 Cal. Rocky Mountain rifle. RJT# 3277-4 - $895.00 On sale: $695.00

Model: Mountain Rifle Serial Number: none Year of Manufacture: Ca. 1970 Caliber: .54 Action Type: Percussion caplock with double set triggers. Markings: none Barrel Length: 32 inch Sights / Optics: Buckhorn style as used on Lever guns,and silver blade Rouck mountain site. Type of Finish: Brown Finish Originality: yes Bore Condition: Bright and shinny no pitting or rust. Overall Condition: This rifle rates in about Very Good condition. Mechanics: excellent Box, Paperwork & Accessories: None Our Assessment: Dark Walnut stock. Lock and triggers work perfectly. No dings or chips. Hawken style trigger guard. Iron butt plate and toe guard. Hawken style lock. Patch box looks like an old original. Stock has a silver Liberty Bell inlay. Barrel escutcheons are silver Acorns. And silver thimbles. A nice gun. See full screen pictures at www.riverjucntion.com enter 3277-4 in the search If you like you can order on the same page with a credit card or paypal. Thanks for looking.

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$695.00

8/11/2015
Rare Swedish Percussion Cavalry pistol RJT# 3667 - $1,195.00

A rare Swedish Percussion Cavalry pistol of very large caliber, cut for a Wooden shoulder stock. Circa 1852. Marked underneath the frame 5R ASSN No52. Iron backstrap with a shaped slot for mounting the shoulder stock (Has been filled). Heavily checkered military style grip. 1852 stamped on the lock plate. Brass butt cap stamped with the number 1634, steel lanyard ring attached. Brass trigger guard. The shape of this pistol is very distinctive due to the unusual contours of the grip and having no sharp edges was a useful feature to ensure the pistol could easily be pulled out of the saddle holster in a hurry without snagging. This smooth bore pistol has a 20mm bore (.78) Caliber approx .8 inch about 10Ga and was loaded with six lead balls of approximately 9mm diameter. This smooth bore pistol was intended to be used against massed troops. The pistol stamped with other various military markings including a crown with a "C". Crisp action and in good working order. Overall length 18 inches. This smooth bore pistol was made by Husquvarna. To see full screen pictures go to www.riverjunction.com and search 3667 If you like you can pay there with credit card or paypal.

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$1,195.00

8/11/2015
Pioneer Made Buffalo Horn Hat Rack RJT# 3740 - $449.95

Description Buffalo Horn Hat rack of the 1870s. During the trail driving days and into the early 1900s, the making of items from horn reached a high popularity. Furniture companies added a sideline of horn furniture. Individuals, some on a large and others on a small scale, began to make chairs, tables, hall trees, hat racks and other items from cattle and buffalo horns. As thousands of horned cattle were shipped to various markets, their horns became available and were made use of by individuals wanting to have a part in the current horn fad. The finished products were as varied as the imagination of the makers. This is a 6-horn hat rack with the added feature of a pin cushion for miladies hat pins. Being made of buffalo they are by far more rare than cow horn racks. These horns are in excellent shape and are ready to hang your hat and gun belt on. A prefect addition to your old west room. See full screen pictures at www.riverjucntion.com enter 3740 in the search If you like you can order on the same page with a credit card or paypal. Thanks for looking. Why even Charlie Russel had one of these to hang his hat on.

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$450.00

8/11/2015
Flintlock Kentucky Pistol Dated "1791"

This is a classic Kentucky pistol with a curly maple stock. Dated twice on the sideplate. This pistol was purchased from David Condon seven years ago for $5500. A copy of the paperwork from that transaction goes with the pistol.

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$5,000.00

8/7/2015
Flintlock Kentucky Pistol Dated "1791"

This is a classic Kentucky pistol with a curly maple stock. Dated twice on the sideplate. This pistol was purchased from David Condon seven years ago for $5500. A copy of the paperwork from that transaction goes with the pistol.

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$5,000.00

8/7/2015
Original English-style Smoothbore

Early 19th century English-style smoothbore with walnut stock, 39" octagon-to-round smooth barrel. Ketland marked flintlock converted to percussion. Pleasing engraving on all brass hardware. Nice wall-hanger for a very reasonable price. Come by my table at the show to see it.

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$600.00

8/4/2015
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