Daily Archives: December 31, 2011

The Eliphalet Austin Horn, dated 1776

The EA 1776 horn, carved with chicken like turkey, some sort of rope design and a large flowering plant. It has a nice deep honey brown patina. The horn was purchased from a descendant of Col. William Goodwin, who fought … Continue reading

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A raised carved, flintlock Kentucky rifle by N. Stephenson

This rifle has beautiful raised carving at the rear of the cheek piece,  behind the tang, along the wrist and behind the rear ramrod thimble. It has a sliding wood patch box cover with engraved brass borders surrounded by finely … Continue reading

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New York French & Indian War Horn, dated 1758

This is a beautifully carved New York French & Indian War horn. It was professionally carved, showing the British Coat of Arms, a bold NEW YORK 1758 and a wonderful full view of : The harbor, windmill,  fortifications, buildings and ships. … Continue reading

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American Revolutionary War Naval Officer’s Silver-Hilted Sword

This beautiful ca.1770 cuttoe is of American or English manufacture. The beautiful gadrooned shaped hand grip is of turned ivory, dyed green in the fashion of that period. Montmorency blade is 26″ long. Furniture of the hilt is silver, decorated … Continue reading

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