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, […]
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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: $750.00
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.
Beautifully made pen holder by Art DeCamp. The horn selected for this piece offers beautiful colors marbled throughout the surface giving it loads of character. The pen holder is made from a tapered piece of horn, turned with wedding band moldings at the top and bottom, and chimed disks perfectly fit to cap each end. […]
This is a great useable original horn that’s ready to be carried through the woods. It’s been recently outfitted with a leather strap by Terry Crawford. The horn exhibits a bold curve and twist making it great for right hand carry. It’s sealed tight and will keep your powder dry all day with no issues. […]
This hand forged belt knife was made by the late George Ainslie of Prairie Elk Forge. George worked out of Lavina, Montana where he specialized in hand forged items as well as working on restoration projects for historic sites. The knife measures 13 1/4″ overall with an 8″ blade. The hand sewn sheath was made […]