|Looking for the furniture to this Jaeger|
I bought this original Jaeger rifle a couple years ago. The gentleman that I had purchased the rifle from had already sold off the original brass parts from it but had a set of castings made from the originals, which I was able to use to have it restored. I would love to find the original brass parts from this gun to return it to it's original condition. Thanks!
|NFS - Contact artist for pricing.||4/20/2016|
|WANTED TO BUY|
Looking for an Original forged pipe tomahawk head or a nice brass one. Must be old and 19th C.
|Antique Shot Pouch|
Very nice antique shot pouch. $45. plus $6.80 priority shipping.
|Early American Wrought Iron Large Hearth Skimmer / Strainer |
Super nice, very early wrought iron skimmer with riveted on handle. Almost 26" long overall with a 6 1/2" diameter skimmer head. Handle is "XXX" marked. Super nice condition and a hard to find large hearth size piece. Early-mid 1800's likely...maybe older? Shipping included.
|Forged Copper Grease Pot (original)|
Copper grease pot, used to melt grease to put on traps and such. 3" X 7" X 3.5"
|18th Century American Snuff Box |
Original, 18th Century American snuff box in very good condition. It exhibits quality construction techniques as well as neatly done wiggle engraving. The wiggle engraving was a very common style of engraving used in the 18th Century and this one is done with 2 adjacent smoking pipes above a pitcher and what appears to be 2 drinking glasses. The box also has a nicely executed border to tie it all together. It is in extremely nice condition, having basically no wear to the brass box itself or the engraving, the hinge is in perfect tact and the clasp holds the lid closed properly. The dimensions are 2 7/8" long by 2 1/8" wide and 1" thick. For additional photos please visit our website and go to CURRENT SPECIALS. www.cabincreek.net
|Trade rifle |
Offering a ketland and co. Trade rifle it's smooth bore round barrel full stock conversion . The barrel is held on with 3 wedges . The gun has a old screw repair to wood around the lock but it is strong . The rifle has a nice untouched overall look Steve 1-501-278-7706. Or Tammy 501-207-2599
|Fullstock Longrifle - Signed (stamped) "S. Stout"|
41 1/2" barrel, but otherwise fairly plain. Some cracks, small wood missing from upper barrel channel. Lockplate marked with an "H" and an arrow through it. Missing ramrod, buttplate loose, broken trigger. Looks like it was stocked in North Carolina, although S. Stout worked in Virginia.
|Hampshire County West Virginia ca 1840|
Here is an all original Hampshire County rifle that is unrestored. The following story came with the rifle.
This rifle was purchased from Larry Combs of Pin Oak, Hampshire County, WV in 2005 who bought it from Grayson Moreland. Grayson's mother was Pearl Milleson, daughter of John Milleson. This was John's rifle; his initials "J M" are on the barrel. The Milleson's were from Forks of Capon area of the Bloomery District. Grayson remembers going hunting with his grandfather John Milleson using this rifle. The forearm has saddle wear from carrying it on his horse. Grayson died at 82 years.
It has an old surface and exhibits much wear. Not many rifles come with a family history. A small piece of the acorn finial is missing. email me for more pictures. check out my website www.AspenShadeLTD.com for another Hampshire county rifle.
|Officers/Gentleman personal dining kit RJT# 4201 - $795.00|
Officers/Gentleman personal dining kit- ALLEN DUKLET SHEFFIELD made and marked folding separate knife, fork, and spoon. With pewter drinking cup, salt caddie and pepper shaker all neatly secured in a leather covered canister. The knife, fork and spoon are all handled with black horn all in perfect condition. (no moth chews). very rare. A great collectible or impress your friends next time you dine.
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