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|Key Wind Waltham Pocket Watch|
Very well cared for American Waltham Key Wind pocket watch with original chain and key. Completely rebuilt with new main spring. Keeps great time. Shipping included in price.
Offering for sale this set of four table knives. The knives are all marked Barnes Shear Steel.
They are 10.25 inches overall with 6.5 inch blades. The handles all have cracks, but the knives are all sturdy and are useable. A diamond pattern is present on both sides of the handles. It is nice to see a set of four still intact. Available at $50. plus shipping.
Also for sale a small table knife. The knife and bone handle are in great shape. This would make a great little knife to carry in your kit. Available at $20. plus shipping.
The next knife is rather unusual. It is unmarked. The length overall is 10 inches with a blade that is 5.5 inches long. The handle looks like some of the English import Bowies. It appears to be carved bone. The blade is either worn down from extensive use or was reshaped by its owner. A good solid knife that would be handy as a patch knife. Available at $35. plus shipping.
The next item is a early set of fork and table knife marked A. Barton. Beautifully carved bone handles are outstanding. There are silver ferrules at the points of attachment. The knife measures 10.5 inches overall with a 6.5 inch blade. The ferrule is loose and someone has placed string underneath it to secure it. The fork measures 8 inches overall. The fork handle has cracks but is solid overall. A really nice little set available at $65. plus shipping.
|NFS - Contact artist for pricing.||12/12/2013|
|Antique Archer Flintlock Pistol|
This pistol is 7 inches in length. This pistol is engraved Archer on one side and London on the other.The pistol grip has original repair on the bottom of the grip. The grip has a silver inlay on the top with initials D.M.
|Signed S.A. Solomon Arbogast Randolph Co WVA ca 1850|
Here is an attic condition signed West Virginia rifle with a nice old repair at the wrist. According to Jim Whisker, Solomon Arbogast worked in Valley Head, Mingo District, Randolph County, West Virginia. A comparison with a signed David Cutlip rifle, also from Randolph, showing the unusual lock mortise, low comb architecture, and wood screw attachment of the trigger guard are helpful in identifying this rare maker's work.
39 & 1/2 inch barrel, no losses or replacements, original handmade lock, original ramrod. email me for more pictures.
Available at $1950.
|African trade gun|
Trade flintlock time period around 1815. I think it is 89 cal. it is in great shape.
That is about all I can tell you about this gun
|J. Russell & Co. Green River Works Table Knives|
Set of six table knives. All but one has the Green River stamp on it. Two brass pins and brass guard. Overall length is 8". Shipping included.
|Ashmore Over-under 40 Caliber New England Rifle|
** Sale Pending **
Rifle in good condition, good bores, smooth strong locks. Overall length 46.5", barrel 30.5". Double ramrod - one on each side of barrels. Brass patch box typical of Ashmore rifles; brass butt plate. $1200 plus shipping.
|Nice Halfstock Rifle with Eagle Finial Capbox|
This halfstock is in good shape with a good bore. Inside capbox lid marked, "Remington, Ilion, NY," but it is not fully legible. Someone overcleaned this gun awhile back, but it is still very presentable. Total length is 46" and the barrel is 32" long. Hooked breech, .34 caliber, walnut stock, lightly engraved capbox, star on cheek, iron buttplate and triggerguard. Double-sets work well, lock's been cleaned. Crack in wood above lock, small chip replaced in same area, small crack at toe.
Western PA/Eastern Ohio fullstock longrifle, Quilted maple stock, lock and barrel stamped J.J. Henry, converted to percussion,
Masonic compass and square in the center of the patchbox and Masonic emblems and date of
1832 on brass wear plate. Wood loss between wear plate and ramrod inlet pipe from the ramrod channel visible in photo. A heavy barrel target rifle which bears a Westmoreland Cty style patchbox. Would prefer not to ship to avoid damage. Location Western PA Contact me for more details.
powder horns, sets of hunting horn and priming horn are $135 per set , ,any questions ,email AT email@example.com,859-986-5452, thanks for looking,Dave, Shipping is $8.00 per set, other pics of sets are available just ask