RevSpec Category: Sold Items

1756 Horn Cup by John Proud SOLD

French and Indian War era engraved horn cup by John Proud.  The cup proudly displays the motto, “Success To His Majesty’s Arms” bannered above the monogram “GR” and the date, 1756.  It measures 3″ tall with a base diameter of 1 1/2″. Price: $230.00

Pipe Hawk by Steve Lodding SOLD

Pipe Hawk made by Steve Lodding. The design for the hawk comes from a French original that was made in 1760. It features a sterling silver cap and sterling silver bands on the curly maple shaft. The mouth piece is bone accented by a poured pewter inlay. The decorated head of the hawk is made […]

Reading Rifle by David Dodds SOLD

This is a nice custom rifle by David Dodds, built in the Reading Pennsylvania style. It’s stocked in a piece of curly maple and features a 44″ Getz barrel in .54 caliber with a Chambers Early Ketland Flintlock that has been hand tuned here at the shop. The rifle is outfitted with a hand made […]

Large Seabolt Knife w/ Quilled Sheath SOLD

Nice large antler handled fighting knife by Joe Seabolt with a very neatly done quilled belt sheath. The knife measures 13 3/4″ overall with an 8 1/2″ blade that balances well in the hand. The quilled sheath holds the knife snuggly and measures nearly 13 3/4″ long. This is a good looking combo that offers […]

54 caliber Colonial Virginia Rifle SOLD

This is one of our Colonial Virginia Rifles that Shane had built just a few years back. It has seen very little usage during that time and still remains in excellent condition. Our Virginia rifles feature a 42″ Colerain “c” weight barrel, Davis trigger and a large Siler lock, all hand tuned for a fast […]

Early Transitional Rifle by Brad Fountain SOLD

This early transitional rifle, built by Brad Fountain of the Colonial Williamsburg gunshop, is a copy of rifle #40 from “Rifles of Colonial America” Volume 1, and is an early Eastern Pennsylvania style rifle with strong Germanic architecture and decoration.  Shumway makes comparisons between this rifle and the Edward Marshall rifle in RCA, as well […]

Antique Sharpening Stone Holder SOLD

Neat original sharpening stone holder that’s decorated and made from horn.  It was intended to carry a workers sharpening stone for their sycthe while out working the fields.  It still retains its original iron belt hook and remains in original untouched condition.  Approx. 8″ long and 2 1/4″ wide at the top.