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Tansel Style Horn

A Timothy Tansel style horn made by Harris Maupin of Hillsboro, Mo. The lay-out and figures on this right-side-carry horn were taken from an original that I was fortunate enough to get at the 2013 CLA show. ( Always wonderful items at the Lexington show.) The horn measures about 14" on the outside curve with about a 2 3/4" diameter cherry plug. The base plug has an iron staple that contains a copper ring much like the original. The main figure on the horn is the "E Pluribus Unum" Federal eagle. Like the original, Black Hawk (which is labeled) is drawing his bow and arrow and along with a hound is pursuing a deer. The horn, again like the original, contains a buck to the right of the eagle and is dated 1841. This horn has the "fish mouth" serrated throat. The horn has a nice antique color, which brings out extensive marbling in the horn body. Banners and shield on the eagle have been high-lighted with a yellow-gold following the original pattern. I pay shipping costs. To inquire about this horn, call Harris at 636-586-8977.

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$425.00

8/30/2014
18th Century styled Crown Point Belt Axe

Based on an original axe that was found near Crown Point New York that was dated to 1750. Axe features 4 1/2 inch hand forged and shaped head with a 2 inch cutting edge which has been sharpened to a hair shaving degree! 13 1/2 inch Red Oak handle has been hand hewn and shaped as well as having been treated with historically correct stain and oil varnish. Blade has been triple tempered and carries a life time guarantee. This is a easy to carry light weight belt axe but, don't let its small size fool you! It's still plenty big enough to drop poles for a shelter, bust up kindling or dismember game. Personal check, Money Order or PAYPAL can be used as payment method. $10.00 shipping charge. Thanks for looking Folks!

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$165.00

8/30/2014
Southeastern inspired pouch and horn set

The set features the work of three artisans. The horn was made by Cory Joe Stewart of Lowgap, NC. It is right side carry 13 inches long. The base plug is hand carved and painted with the blue paint seen on early southern trade guns. The engraving on the horn features multiple animal images seen on original horns, including a unicorn and a crowned lion. The pouch was made by Joe Candillo. It is 9 inches by 9 inches made from brain tan buckskin and line with red wool. The edges of the pouch are adorned with white glass beads. All hand stitched. The finger woven strap was made by Antonia Santiago and is 47 inches. Woven into the strap are two rows of white glass beads. Both the pouch and the strap come with Certificates of Authenticity that show they are within accordance of the Indian Arts and Crafts Act as Authentic Native American Art. The horn is attached to the strap with handmade hemp cordage. There is also a cane measurer that measures 45 grains and a vent pick, attached to the set with the same cordage. This is a unique collaboration and would go great with a southeastern native interpretation or a European who has interacted with the indigenous peoples. $375.00 price includes shipping. Paypal is an option.

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$375.00

8/30/2014
Peter Neihart/Lehigh Valley Rifle

This longrifle is built in the style of Peter Neihart who worked in the area now known as the Lehigh Valley. The 44' octagonal to round, .54 cal. barrel is made by Colerain. The lock is by L. Zorne's Gun Shop. The curley maple stock is incised carved behind and in front of the cheek as well as behind the rear ramrad pipe. The area around the barrel tang has raised carving as did Neiharts pieces. The barrel, lock, and etc. are browned. And the brass is darkened for an aged look. For more photos or information call; (513) 899-2896 or email: mmchugh@embarqmail.com

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$2,900.00

8/29/2014
Musket Fob

Capped Turkey beard fob(trophy beard measures 10")brass brooch by Dave Dittmer,and cap work by Jim Hedges.With two original antique Chevron trade beads.Great addition to one's accoutrements. PayPal accepted.Thank you. Includes postage.

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$125.008/28/2014
Ball Club

Ball Club, Hand carved curly maple. 16.5 inch long. The design of this club is perfect for sash carry as it will not fall out when running. Email me for more pictures. Will trade for quill work.

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$210.00

8/27/2014
Tac Belt / Trade Knife

Leather tac belt, 39" and French trade knife w/sheath.

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$60.008/27/2014
Elk Leather Shooting Bag

Beautifully hand crafted shooting bag, one of a kind. This bag has 2 compartments with 4 pockets to accommodate your shooting tools, fully lined. Hand woven hemp strap, designed with a brassed capped turkey beard drop 2 antique millefiori trade beads sets it apart. Bag measures 8" x 8" Signed piece Pay Pal accepted Thank You

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$550.00

8/27/2014
Primitive Horn 2

14 1/2" left hand side lay. 4 1/2" paneled tip. Pine butt & stopper. Iron staple. Includes shipping in the USA

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$80.008/27/2014
Trade Wool Possibles Bag

Beautiful Blue Trade wool possibles bag, fully lined/ Decorated with brass washer brooches, edged beaded Custom woven strap and brass thimble drops with otter fur. The bag measures 7" x 8" Pay Pal gladly accepted Thank you for your interest.

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$250.00

8/27/2014
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