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|Utensils, Bone, pewter, hardwood.|
Pre Civil War utensils, (18) 3 prong, (1) 2 prong, (3) 4 prong, (7) knives.
|Civil War Flask|
Offered is a Frary, Benham & Co. flask from 1840-60 in excellent and usable condition. There are no seam splits and hanging rings are intact. It is missing the spout lever spring, but this is easily replaced. This flask from a well respected maker is as nice as you will find anywhere. Forced to sell due to loss of job and I must raise funds. It is offered for $275.00 OBO including shipping to the lower 48.
|Original antique hunting pouch and powder horn RJT# 3137|
Original dated 19th century American hunting bag. The bag is made of what I believe to be home tanned goat hide, lined with homespun linen and sewn with heavy thread. It is a gusset bag with welted seams. The front flap has an embossed square pattern with a black heart sewn on in the center. The heart has the date 1868 hand stitch into it and above that what appears to be initials. There is a smaller pocket on the bag under the flap and it is Linen lined as well. Originally there was a belt tongue under the flap to fasten it down, it is missing but the buckle portion remains. The very old leather shoulder strap is very dry and delicate. The buckle that it fastens to is hand forged and quite finely made. If you wanted to the strap could be easily replaced with an old belt. Included is a Shot flask, a powder horn with an adjustable measuring spout, and
brass butt cap and a hand made shot pouch with wooden spout and stopper. It still has shot in it. The Bag is 10" wide x 10" high, horn is 10" long. All parts with fine old patina. As all pouches of this era it is a display piece only, it would not stand up to any use. I have not seen one of these original bags for sale in 20 years, but this year I found two. The dating and monogram on this one makes it pretty special though. If they could talk, just imagine the stories they might tell.
Bigger pictures at riverjunction.com
|Pocket Pistol |
Offered is a late 18th Century brass cannon barreled pistol. Several collectors and colleagues have surmised that it is likely an 'apprentice' gun since we can find no discernible markings. It is likely English or Irish in origin. The hand-checkering on the grip is in excellent condition as is the entire piece. It mics at .50 cal. smoothbore and has a frizzen-lock sliding safety. I daresay that it is at least museum-quality. Let me know if there are any specific photos you would like to see. Asking $1150 including shipping to lower 48. Thank you so much for looking.
|English export fowler circa 1795-1805 |
Original English export Fowler with London proof marks. Ketland flintlock appears to be original to the gun. Early wooden rr and jag. Partial replacement of forearm $1295.00 Can deliver to the Aug 15/16 CLA show or shipped at buyers expense
See this link for more photo's: http://americanlongrifles.org/forum/index.php?topic=31696.0
|10 ga. William Moore double barrel muzzleloader RJT# 3304-31 |
Barrels are 27 inches long. Overall length of the gun is 43 inches. Barrels are 10 gauge. Externally, the barrels are brownish gray in color with fairly smooth surfaces with no pitting around the breech area. Platinum blowout plugs are present on each breechplug. Barrel wedge is surrounded by steel oval escutcheons which are lightly engraved. The walnut stock has a straight grip wrist which is checkered as is the forend. Some wear exists on checkering of both areas. Stock otherwise is smooth and sound with very nice figure in the buttstock area. Front action lock mechanisms are line border engraved on each side. Locks are engraved WILLIAM MOORE & Co. Engraving is very nice on both sides. Engraving is present on the matching hammers. Locks click up nicely. Stock is mounted with iron furniture including the buttplate, triggerguard and ramrod entry thimble. All these parts are engraved. Overall condition is very good plus. Bigger picture at riverjunction.com
|Big old shotgun|
If you like big guns and heavy loads this is your gun. 10ga. 10.5lbs. Very good condition. 31in barrels,ribs and thimbles tight. .050 walls at muzzle, smooth shiney bores. Stock solid checkering good, small chip at bottom of RH lock. 13.5 to rear trigger, 14.5 to front. Locks very good notches line up, will pull through half cock with heavy pressure. plate around barrel wedge dinged up but tight. Only marking is real twist on rib and beigian proofs Reason for selling, its cast for righty and I'm lefty. More picture on request, any ? call or email.
|Engraved Over and under rifle shotgun RJT# 3310-37 - |
Model: double rifle /shotgun
Serial Number: 947
Year of Manufacture: Ca. 1840-50
Caliber: Rifle .36 and the shotgun bore 16 ga.
Action Type: cap lock
Markings: The top of the barrel is marked J. O. Robson Buffalo Cast Steel 947, Left side plate is engraved scroll work and marked "Buffalo", Right side plate engraved with scroll work and marked "J.O. Robson" Butt Plate and patch box on the butt is also engraved.
Barrel Length: 29 inches
Sights / Optics: Rear sight is Leihigh Valley style. Pin in a dove tail front sight.
Stock Configuration & Condition: Straight grip with crescent butt plate.
Type of Finish: Oiled
Finish Originality: yes
Bore Condition: Rifle bore strong rifling clean bright with some pitting. Shotgun bore Clean with minor pitting.
Overall Condition: The markings are clear. Overall, this rifle rates in about Very Good condition.
Box, Paperwork & Accessories: None
Our Assessment: The stock has be cracked at the wrist but has been stabilized. The hammers have been rebuild and fitted to the locks. The metal show some pitting but has a smooth feel. The nipples have been replaced and has been fired. Larger pictures at riverjunction.com
|New England Fowler|
New England Fowler: 48 inch barrel, replaced cock on the lock. The forestock needs some repair. Otherwise the wood is in good condition. Contact Don Newsom at 218-246-9457
|Signed J McCamant Wellsburg, Brooke Co, WV |
The signature is mostly legible but there is no doubt the rifle is by James McCamant. In need of some restoration this rifle has retained all its silver inlays except 1 (forestock escutcheon), was cracked and glued through the buttstock, lost a few inches of barrel AT THE MUZZLE (35 inches now), and has suffered from lots of use. The lock does not work. BUT, it has several engraved silver inlays, and beautiful engraved openwork patchbox, and a signed barrel. It is worthy of restoration! email me for more pictures.
See other antique Kentucky rifles at www.AspenShadeLTD.com. This and other rifles will be on display at the 30th Annual Virginia-Kentucky rifle mini show in Front Royal, VA Oct 24 & 25. Click on events on my website for more info. SOLD 10/18/14