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|Original Hunting (Blowing) Horn|
This is a large blowing horn with a great double curve and fantastic color! The curve measures around 17" and the end is 3"+. There is some bug damage around the groove at the mouth piece end, the sound is very mellow. Hard to find one like this! Add $12.00 shipping cost, contact for payment options. Thanks for looking!
A couple of years ago I bought a large quantity of flints that had been uncovered in a East India Company arsenal in Napal untouched for 200 years. They were mostly Brown Bess musket size and larger. Great collectors bundle! The dark English flints number at 77 pieces, the lighter French flints tally 72, total of 149 for one price including shipping! Contact for payment options and thanks for taking a look!
|Original Lakota Horn Dance Stick|
This is a beautiful solid piece for the age.
Will trade for quillwork or a pipe hawk.
|Original Mississippi Mud bowl|
This is an original mud bowl with designs on side.
Does have a stress crack on side due to age. Does not effect the integrity of the bowl.
Will trade for quill work, or a pipe hawk.
|Signed J R James Rhinehart Hampshire Co ca 1835|
Here is a signed Rhinehart rifle in near perfect condition. James decided to use one of the more successful patchboxes of the Hampshire School opting usually for the acorn finial. The surfaces are clean but not sanded or scrubbed and shows that the early users took extreme care with it. The .45 cal barrel is 38 inches long, the original length. everything on the rifle is original.
|Signed A McGilvray, Harrisonburg, VA ca 1850|
Here is a superb signed McGilvray rifle in excellent untouched condition. It has a 44 inch .45 cal rifled barrel, figural silver cheek piece inlays, forestock molding, nicely engraved patchbox, and like new condition. There are no replacements or apologies on this rifle.
|unsigned Vincent half stock rifle Washington Co, OHIO |
This may be made by John Vincent or his son John Caleb Vincent (or someone else). Similarities with other rifles by them are the patchbox, side palte, trigger guard, and fore end cap. It may be made in Kentucky as well.
It has nice wood and a couple silver inlays. The double set trigger plate is brass. It is in nice condition with no replacements, 42 inch .40 cal barrel. it is a half stock.
|Signed H Hillegas Harrisburg, PA ca 1830|
Here is a rare signed H Hillegas flintlock rifle in great condition. It is pictured in Chandler's Patchbox book. I purchased it from Joe Kindig III several years ago. It is a large rifle stocked in walnut; the patchbox is the only decoration.
Please see newly posted rifles on my website www.AspenShadeLTD.com I will be at the Bushy Run show at the end of this month.
|12 gauge Scott & Son RJT# 3283-10 - $895.00|
Model:Double barrel muzzle loader shot gun
Serial Number: none
Year of Manufacture: Ca. 1850
Caliber: 12 ga.
Action Type: Percussion
Markings: The top of the barrel is marked “London Fine Twist". On the lock plate is Scott & Son.
Barrel Length: 30 inch
Sights / Optics: brass bead
Stock Configuration & Condition: straight stock
Type of Finish: Varnish
Finish Originality: yes
Bore Condition: smooth
Overall Condition: very nice
Our Assessment: Very hard to find a nice muzzle loading shot gun that is not used up this is the best I have ever had. The metal is smooth no rust or pitting.
Cash, postal money order, cashiers check, personal & business checks.
May order at www.riverjucntio.com on-line with credit card.
|"J. Henry & Son" Percussion Fowler|
Nicely marked on the barrel and lock. 35 inch barrel. Old-time repair on the wrist. Crack under the lock, one or both escutcheons replaced, octagon to round barrel, iron mounted, barrel key missing.