RevSpec Category Archive: Specials

Antique Powder Horn SOLD

Nice original powder horn in good useable conditional.  The horn measures 12″ on the outside curve and has a slight curve and twist making it ideal for right hand carry.  It has an air tight seal and retains its original surface with a nice patina.  It would make a great carry horn on a backwoods …

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Neck Knife with Quilled Sheath SOLD

This is one of Shanes hand forged knives paired up with a quilled neck sheath made by Bill Wright.  It measures 6″ overall with a 3″ long blade, perfect for skinning and cleaning or just cutting patches.  The handle is Curly Maple with a hand engraved pewter bolster and hand engraved sterling silver pommel cap.

Magnificent Pair of 17th Century Andirons

This rare and outstanding pair of 17th Century Andirons were made in France during the Louis 14th period dating to around 1675.   They are of wrought iron construction and the “grain” of the iron can easily be seen on the legs.  They feature a complicated hand cut joining system in which all three components are fastened …

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Pipe Box SOLD

Vintage early american pipe box of Pine construction.  Unique and pleasing file decoration on all edges.  Measures 18″ tall, 5″ wide and 4 1/4″ deep.

.32 caliber Southern Mnt. Rifle

Iron mounted, Southern Mnt. Rifle stocked in dark curly maple. It features a .32 caliber Green Mountain barrel that measures 42″ long, Davis double set triggers and a Ditchburn lock by Stan Hollenbaugh. The length of pull is 13 3/8″. Maker unknown

Bumford Trade Gun by Clay Smith

This is a “Like New” Bumford style trade gun by Clay Smith, painted oxide red and over painted with vine decoration.  This trade gun features a 36″ octagon to round Colerain barrel in 20 gauge and lock by R.E. Davis.  It is correctly marked with ‘London’ on the top of the barrel and View, Proof …

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18th Century Four Wick Oil Lamp SOLD

This 18th Century tin “Betty Lamp” or oil lamp is an interesting and rarely seen piece. Tin oil lamps were the earliest and most common form of lighting in America dating from the mid 1600′s to the late 1700′s. The pan would have been filled with a grease or oil such as whale oil, fish …

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Antique Beam Hook SOLD

This is an original iron beam hook, also referred to as a “Betty Lamp” hook.  These were designed to be driven into a beam to allow for the hanging of Betty lamps or other lighting devises.   They make great hooks for bags, horns and other accouterments as well.   This is a nice robust design and …

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Powder Horn by Mike Small SOLD

This beautifully made powder horn was hand crafted by Mike Small.  It features delicate moldings, a faceted spout and delicately laid off scrimshaw work.  It has a nice curve and twist making it ideal for right hand carry.  It is outfitted with a hand made leather strap by Jerry Rice that is fully adjustable via …

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Worm and Puller Set SOLD

We currently have one of our hand made Tow Worm and Ball Puller sets available.   These are based on originals of the period with hand filed puller threads.  The worm will fit a .45 caliber and larger bore, and both the worm and puller have 10×32 threads.

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