RevSpec Category Archive: Specials

1710-1730 French Candle Stick SOLD

This is an early French candle stick, dating to the 1710-1730 time period. It features a beautifully turned bell shaped base that features a scalloped edge and a series of turned moldings that run up the base. The shaft of the candle stick resembles an octagon to round fowler barrel, which we are particularly fond …

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Ken Scott Bag with Decorated Powder Horn

This is a beautifully crafted and decorated bag by Ken Scott. It is full of small details everywhere you look. All of the edges are scalloped, the flap is decorated in the center as well as having punch decoration all around the scalloping. It has a great backwoods look, yet retains a higher level of …

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Powder Horn by Frank Willis SOLD

This is a nice, larger size bag born made by Frank Willis. It measures approx. 17 1/2″ on the outside curve and has a 3″ diameter base plug. It has great form, with just the right amount of curve and twist to snug close to the body while being carried. The decoration on the horn …

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Lally House Neck Sheath with Charlie Wallingford Knife

This is a beautiful Eastern Woodland porcupine quilled neck knife sheath by Lally House. Her art speaks for itself… This piece is highly decorated including the neck strap which is fully quilled as well. The overall length of the sheath with the knife is 10″. The knife, made by Charlie Wallingford is forged from high …

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Shane Emig Belt Knife

Hand Forged belt knife by Shane Emig. The 6″ blade is forged from high carbon 1095 spring steel and hardened and tempered to hold a strong edge. The partial tang is riveted to the 5″ white tail antler handle with an iron rivet. The hand stitched sheath was also done by Shane.

Joe DeLaRonde Ravenshead Hawk SOLD

This is one of Joe DeLaRonde’s hand forged Ravenshead Hawks. “Each tomahawk, spike hawk and polled axe is handforged with a high carbon steel bit forge welded into the cutting edge. These are authentic reproductions of pieces found in museums and private collections.” The overall length of the head is 6 1/4″ and the handle …

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Tow Worm and Ball Puller Combo SOLD

We have two sets of our tow worm and ball puller combos in stock and ready to ship. These were just completed by Brad and are 18th Century period correct and hand made. They are approx. 3″ long and feature 8×32 threads. The larger worm will fit a .54 caliber bore or larger and the …

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Eastern Wool Gun Cover

We have our Eastern Wool Gun Covers back in stock!! They are locally made from high quality blanket grade wool and are designed to perform the necessary function of keeping moisture away from your rifle while offering a cushion of protection during transportation. Overall length is 66″. Price is $25/each

New Speedy Hogarth Bag SOLD

This is a new Speedy Hogarth bag that we just received. It’s a very pleasing design with a beautiful woven strap that is fully adjustable. The bag measures 10 1/2″ high and tapers from 9 1/2″ wide at the top to 10 1/2″ wide at the bottom. Inside the bag is a double accessory pocket …

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Custom Hunting Bag SOLD

This is a great 18th Century style bag that has been Brad’s personal hunting and shooting bag for several years. This bag definitely has “The Look” as it has traveled many miles while trekking and hunting in the Eastern Pennsylvania woods. The bag measures approximately 9″ wide and 9 1/2″ tall, and contains many unique …

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