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~THANK YOU~ Glen&Connie Mock~

We want to thank everyone for their generous help and prayers with our fund.It is hard to express in words our feeling to the people who stepped up to help us.A special thank you to Frank, Lolly and Hershel House for their wonderful gifts for the drawing, and for all the work that David Wright , Jason Gatliff and all the others that made this possible.This is truly a great organization we have, but instead of an organization I believe a family.God bless you all and Thank you so much.Your Friends Glen and Connie Mock

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NFS - Contact artist for pricing.8/29/2015
Eight Fabulous Kentucky Rifles

I have eight wonderful Kentucky rifles for sale. They range in price from $5,000 to $45,000. I'll happily send you pictures, but you owe it to yourself to see these in person, if you are interested in buying one. Dickert & Gill (beautifully signed, 48" barrel, flint) $8500, Abraham Schweitzer (beautifully signed, relief carved, percussion) $7500, Frederick Sell (fowler, relief carved, percussion) $5000, Simon Miller (beautifully signed, carved, percussion) $5500, John Bonewitz (signed w/initials, relief carved, flint) $13000, Wolfgang Haga (black, relief carved, percussion) $35000, Jacob Kuntz (beautifully signed, relief carved, flint, ex-Kindig) $45000, John Brooks (beautifully signed, relief carved, flint) $8000. The Schweitzer is pictured.

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7/30/2015
Knives, Sword, and Tomahawk by Kyle Willyard

These are just a few of the items I will have for sale at the CLA show in Lexington this week. Please stop by the table and visit for a while.

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NFS - Contact artist for pricing.8/9/2015
Josh Crain, Joe Seabolt,Hershel House, John House CLF Auction Post

Joshua Crain A classic Mississippi push dagger with an engraved brass sheath. The perfect accesory for the 19th century gentleman or lady. Joe Seabolt, Hershel House and John House Absolutely classic Woodbury longhunters knife. You will probably want to download the photos of this knife for your reference file. You will find few equals and none better than this knife. The price is just a place keeper If you are not attending the Lexington meeting or are not a CLA member you CAN use the absentee bidding process explained on the auction page. Click here to view the 2015 CLF Fund Raising Auction

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7/14/2015
Crosby and Albert Desperate Times bag on CLF Auction

Tim Albert and Tim Crosby The Desperate Times bag is another of the two Tims story telling bags. Great bag, great write up , well worth a visit to the auction site. The price is just a place keeper If you are not attending the Lexington meeting or are not a CLA member you CAN use the absentee bidding process explained on the auction page. Click here to view the 2015 CLF Fund Raising Auction

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7/14/2015
Matt Fennewald and Dan Fruth on CLF Auction

Matt Fennewald and Alex Fourman have donated an impeccable Otter hunting bag with Buffalo Powder to the auction. This is a fine native American style bag, nicely hand done and documented. Dan Fruth has made a grand pre-rev war style southern rifle. This is agent study of an early rifle of the Shenandoah Valley and the CLF site has a fine photo essay. As always, the price is just a place keeper If you are not attending the Lexington meeting or are not a CLA member you CAN use the absentee bidding process explained on the auction page. Click here to view the 2015 CLF Fund Raising Auction

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7/16/2015
Seabolt and Ahlers Knife, Jon Weeks Bag and Horn set

Thee CLF 2015 Auction is proud to offer these two works. Joe Seabolt and Heinz Ahlers have teamed up to produce this 9 1/2 inch blade long knife with antler handle. John Weeks has donated a carefully researched bag and horn set commemorating his Revolutionary War ancestor. Great photos are available on the CLF web site along with John's information on his ancestor, Charles Parkingham Hooper Adams. The price is just a place keeper If you are not attending the Lexington meeting or are not a CLA member you CAN use the absentee bidding process explained on the auction page. Click here to view the 2015 CLF Fund Raising Auction

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7/20/2015
sold pending funds Botetourt Co, VA childs rifle

Here is a most unusual child's or ladies rifle with a cast brass, friction lid, engraved patchbox. Plain maple take-down stock. The barrel is rifled, .32 cal, 39 inch, and only 5/8ths inch across the flats. Yes, it needs restoration: fore end with pipes and cap, lock, and sights; but what a neat little gun. I will be set up at the 6th Annual Eastern PA show in Morgantown, PA on Sept 18 & 19. Please see www.AspenShadeLTD.com for more antique Kentucky rifles. sold pending funds

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9/1/2015
Tansel Style Horn in CLF Auction

This Tansel style horn donated by the Northwest Horn Makers has the all the features, fish moth molding, polychrome coloring, Federal eagle and a Washington portrait. Check it out on the CLF auction page. The price is just a place keeper If you are not attending the Lexington meeting or are not a CLA member you CAN use the absentee bidding process explained on the auction page. Click here to view the 2015 CLF Fund Raising Auction

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$1.00

7/27/2015
Lehigh Liberty Lady Pin

Mystery has long shrouded the carved and inlayed figures found on arms built in the Lehigh Valley region and occasionally eastern Berks county. Is it a woman with a hat? A Native American figure? Chief Tamany? The "Liberty Lady" was often found carved into the stock just ahead of the triggerguard. It was also occasionally engraved on patchboxes or found as a silver or brass inlay in place of carving. This design was modeled referencing two different inlays on original Lehigh Valley rifles by Herman Rupp. This pin is produced in pewter, with a tumbled finish, made 100% in the USA by a small environmentally responsible company. Each pin is individually packaged and displayed on an attractive figured maple background. Dimensions are 1 1/4" x 5/8". Introductory price per pin is $10 plus $4 shipping in a padded envelope. Pins can also be purchased in person at shows and demonstrations. See my schedule of events on the Contact page. Please email me to place an order. Thank you! http://www.neahkahnieflintlocks.com/lehigh-liberty-lady.html

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$10.00Under maintenance2/20/2015
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