RevSpec Category: Items For Sale

Large Seabolt Knife w/ Quilled Sheath

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 […]

Shawn Webster Quilled Sheath w/ Trade Knife Dagger

Very nice quilled neck sheath by Shawn Webster with a “trade knife” style dagger. The neck sheath measures 10″ long and is decorated with ample amounts of quill work, horse hair cones and a fully quilled neck band. The dagger measures 9 3/4″ overall with a 6 1/4″ blade and a 3 1/2″ turned ash […]

Horn Container by John Proud

Nice little storage container by John Proud. Turned from horn with banded accents, turned cherry base and a turned cherry lid with horn knob. Measures about 3″ tall. Price: $195.00

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 […]

Gun #40 in RCA by Brad Fountain

Built by Brad Fountain, this copy of rifle #40 from Rifles of Colonial America is an early Eastern Pennsylvania style with strong Germanic architecture and decoration.  It captures the essence of the original rifle perfectly, with its plain Maple stock, wooden patchbox, relief carving and brass mountings.  The .62 caliber smoothbore barrel is 38″ long, […]

Riflemans Knife by Rich McDonald

Large double edge fighting knife and sheath by Rich and Jeanne McDonald.  The knife features a 9″ double edged blade, scrolled crossguard and an ash handle with a copper wrapped ferrule.  The sheath has a very rugged design with an iron rivet construction and iron wrapped tip.  Overall length is 14 1/8″. Price: $650.00

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.