This little axe was hand forged by blacksmith Todd Hughes. Todd used to set up at Fort Frederick a number of years ago and always had a wide variety of axes available. It’s a nice size for either a camp axe or bag axe, with the head measuring 5″ oal with a 12.5″ long haft.
This is a nice hand made powder horn by Frank Willis. It has a curve and a twist that make it ideal for left handed carry. Very nice condition overall, appearing to have barely been used. Outfitted with a woven strap that measures 36″ long from ring to ring. Price: $265.00
This is a nice sized, used bag made by Speedy Hogarth. Speedy’s bags are all hand stitched and of the highest quality to ensure a long life. The measurements of the bag are 12″ tall by 11″ wide, with a 2″ wide leather strap. There are multiple internal pockets for storage as well as a […]
This is a nice .54 caliber left handed Jaeger built by D.M. Davies. It features a 31″ Getz swamped barrel, Large Siler lock and Davis double set triggers. It is outfitted with a woven sling and is decorated with relief carving, engraving and wire inlay. The trigger pull length falls right in at 14 1/4″.
This 18th Century style turn screw is entirely hand made from original, unworked 18th Century Wrought Iron. It is constructed from one solid piece of iron and decorated with a suppressed ball turning, ogee moldings and hand engraved finial. It was finished off using the correct heat treating technology of the period to ensure proper […]
This is a really nice Billy Watson Damascus folder, numbered “22” on the blade. The hand forged blade measures 4 1/2″ long with an overall open length of 10″ and a closed length of 5 1/2″. It’s in great condition with a firm spring and locks in solid. Price: $325.00
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. […]
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 […]
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 […]