Samuel Welsh – 1807


This is a large horn with nice honey colored patina. The neck is recessed, bordered with a saw tooth design and boldly signed just beneath ” Samuel Welsh  1807 “. The rest of the body of the horn is plain. The original stopper is still present and a remnant of the leather strap is till around the neck as well at the butt end in two holes. This horn along with the James Shaw horn were purchased from the Rockwell Gardiner estate.


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