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|Rising Sun Horn ( By Steve Herburger )|
This left side carry horn is 13" around the curve. The pine base is 2 5/8" x 3 1/4" and has a screw for the strap. There is a rising sun, the moon, a tree with two birds, a goose, a fox, a pig, a bird, and two deer on it. It has a ring on the rounded neck and a rounded tip.
|Left Side Horn ( By Steve Herburger )|
This nice sized left side carry horn is 12 3/8" around the curve. It has a 2 5/8" pine base. It has a engrailed ring and front of body. The neck and tip are rounded.
|Bucks County smooth rifle by Eric Kettenburg |
Bucks County smooth rifle (1760's-70's) by Eric Kettenburg - 14 ga (.69) 40" octagon to round barrel brightened to reflect cleaned-up secondary usage, with sights, tang bolt threaded into simple nut, Chambers early Ketland lock casehardened with single lock nail, approx 14" LOP, no buttplate, brass guard shows file marks, one ramrod pipe, scraped finish in bold curly maple shows tool marks and prominent rippling, nitrate of iron with raw linseed oil and beeswax finish, boned - stocked entirely by hand in a traditional shop. $2,250 plus shipping / insurance
|NECK BAG |
Neck bag made from brain tanned buffalo. Blue check pony beads make up a bears paw pattern on the flap. Edge trimmed with white pony beads. Blue white hearts adorn the neck strap. Measures 4" by 5".
|Bill Pritchard CLF Auction Rifle|
The auction rifle Bill Pritchard created combines characteristics of two closely related longrifles featured in Bill Iveys book, Schools of North Carolina Longrifles, number 44 and rifle number 32. Both rifles are from the Deep River School and associated with Alexander Frazier the earlier. With the 42 inch swamped Rice barrel in 45 caliber, and 13 1/2 inch length of pull, this is a fine handling, beautiful contemporary rifle with early Randolph County, North Carolina architecture. As always, the price is just a placeholder
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Lancaster Flintlock Rifle. This rifle was built by well known builder Jerry Kirklin from Birmingham, MI. The rifle is in new condition. Barrel marked J. Kirklin 1986. Only test fired and well taken care of. It has a .45 caliber Douglas 42" octagon barrel marked GAA under the barrel, large Siler flintlock marked LS, single trigger and the trigger guard is shaped with a wide curled face and decorative scroll back, single line molding runs from the toe of the butt to approx. middle of trigger guard, generous stock carving well executed. The LOP is 13 7/8", the front sight is 10 1/4" forward of the rear of the barrel which has 7 lands and grooves and 1 in 66 inch twist. The rifle has all brass furniture except for the lock and trigger. The stock is curly maple and has a bullet shaped sliding patch box. The rifle weighs in at approx. 8 lbs.. 5 day return privilege from date of receipt. This rifle has been well made with very good components and will serve someone very well with class for a long time. Detailed pictures on request.
|Banded Horn by Steve Herburger|
This nice large banded horn is 19 1/2" around the outside. It has a walnut base that is 2 3/4" across. It has one horn band on the body. The tip is a two peace white tail antler. It has a nice double twist for the right side. (sold pending funds)
Portmanteau in the shape of a mailbox or doctors bag. Made fron8/9 oz. tooling leather and sewn with hand waxed Barbours #5 pure linen flax.
Ends are wood that have been secured in place with brass tacks. Buckles are solid brass.
Bag size is 11 long by 4 Ό wide by 6 ½ high. The flap measures 12 long giving it a ½ overlap on each end.
Price includes free shipping to the lower 48.
Neck pouch made from glove tanned deer and sewn with waxed linen thread using a saddle stitch. Beaded with glass Czech pony beads, size 8. Beads on the neck strap are glass white hearts.
Bag measures 5 by 4 and the Fleur de lys beaded flap measures 4 Ύ by 4 ½. Bead colors are blue, white and red. The border beads are black.
Price includes shipping.
|Brain tanned shooting bag|
Small smoked brain tanned buffalo shooting bag. Measures 7 by 6 with a 2 tapered gusset. Sewn with hand waxed linen thread using a saddle stitch throughout. One inside pocket measuring 4 by 5. Beads on flap are #08 glass pony beads and attached using a Lazy Squaw stitch.
Matching garters are included in the purchase price.
Strap was hand woven using cotton yarn and measures 1 Ύ by 54 and is adjustable using the solid brass buckle. D rings are also solid brass.
Price includes shipping to the lower 48.