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Hunting Pouch

Here is a hunting pouch of oak tanned cow hide, completely hand stitched with waxed linen thread, and conditioned with bear grease. It measures 7 3/4“ wide by 6 1/2" deep, with an inside pocket 5 1/4 “ by 3 1/2”. Most folks would consider this a “day pouch” given its small size. The edges are bound with pig skin, and the inside is lined with linen ticking. The flap is held with a small iron buckle, with the adjustment section secured to the flap with a small piece of stained elk rawhide. The strap is also of oak tanned cow hide and measures 55” with an iron buckle. The adjustment strap is sectioned by a ring of twisted elk rawhide, and the buckle section features another ring of elk rawhide for securing a powder straps and other accoutrements. The pouch has an overall used and rustic appearance inside and out, and especially in the detail of the straps, and should interest the serious re-enactor. The pouch is shown with an antique powder horn that measures 10” from base to stopper tip. The set sells for $170.00, or the pouch alone for $130.00.

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$170.00

12/21/2014
Banded Horn

This horn is 13" in length and 2 1/4" wide at the butt. A single band is pinned in place at the butt. The butt plug is sassafras and has an iron staple to attach the strap. Two piece applied tip made from antler. Horn scraped thin to view powder level. $125 includes shipping with USA

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$125.0012/21/2014
Quilled Knife Sheath by Christie Suchora

My rendition of an artifact from the studio of Benjamin West, pre 1770, Eastern Great Lakes, currently housed in the British Museum and featured in "Woodland Artifacts From the Studio of Benjamin West 1738 to 1820" by J.C.H. King, American Indian Art Magazine Winter, 1991. Quilled sheath of heavily smoked, walnut dyed brain tan deer hide, all natural dyes on the quills and deer hair, tin cones have been fire blued. 9 inches by 2 inches. $395 + shipping and insurance. PayPal or Postal Money Order accepted.

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$395.00

12/21/2014
Joe Seabolt Knife***SPF***

This well made Joe Seabolt knife comes with a bark tan sheath. Blade length is 4 1/2". Overall length is 8". Poured pewter collar. Rounded crown deer antler handle. Additional pictures available upon request. Payment by PayPal is an option. Price includes USPS Priority mail. $225.00***SPF***

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$225.00

12/20/2014
Haversack

Bark tan deer flap, cotton print, fully lined with green linen and "aged". 13" x 9 1/2" with a 1 1/4" hemp strap attached to veg tan tabs. Pewter button. This is great looking bag. $55.00 includes shipping. Thanks for looking and Merry Christmas.

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$55.0012/20/2014
Chip Carved Coffer

Chip Carved Box, Nice sturdy new piece, made of worm holed wood, to give it a great extremely old look. 8.5" x 4.5" x 4.5"

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$125.00

12/20/2014
Effigy War Club

Ball Headed Club 26" one solid piece.

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$220.00

12/19/2014
Large Lip Horn By Steve Herburger

This horn is 17" around the curve. The pine base is 2 7/8" across. This horn has five rings on the neck and a flared tip. It has flats between the rings. It has six stars and scrolls on the body. The lip has two holes for the strap.

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$250.00

12/19/2014
F&I War Horn By Steve Herburger

This horn is 16" around the curve from the tip to the end of the horn. The base is domed out about 3/4 of an inch and is 2 3/4" by 3 5/8" across. It has two rings on the neck and a hand made iron drawer pull on the base for the strap. It has seven marching solders' the coat of arms' and vines on it.

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$175.00

12/19/2014
Powder Horn

Here is a real good Buffalo Horn ,that is made by Mitch Norin . It is 12 1/2 " from the tip to the plug and is 2 1/2 " wide across the plug . The plug is made from red cedar with a hand forged staple with a twist and the horn is air tight .The stopper is deer antler. with Liberty & Freedom scrimshawed on the sides . It has a nine sided panel raised spout , and brass tacks for holding the plug . It has a leather strap to hold the shoulder strap or you can take it off and put the strap right on the horn .This horn would make a nice Rocky Mountain Horn or any westward expansion horn .It is a right or left side carry . Price Reduced . Shipping Included In Price .

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$110.00

12/19/2014
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