Miscellaneous
AUTOGRAPHED COPY OF GEORGE C. NEUMANN'S: "SWORDS & BLADES OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION": Soft-bound edition, 287 pg. and autographed by the Author. A complete overview of the Swords, pole-Arms, Bayonets, etc., used by all sides, during the American Revolution.

Price: SOLD


A VERY GOOD CASED PAIR OF FRENCH/PARISAN-MADE WORLD WAR I PERIOD JAPPANED BRASS & LEATHER COVERED OFFICER’S FIELD BIOCULARS & LEATHER CASE, ca. 1910: In overall very good untouched condition with a lightly toned age-patina and generally smooth surfaces with evidence of handling and “field use”. Retains, generally clear optics, with several hairlines, fine outer surfaces and an untouched age-patina—--some minor scuffs, tears, abrasions and handling marks. The jappaned Brass and Leather Covered Body with signs of use and light wear: the leather covering with age-stains, crazing, tears and frays. Adjustable brass eyepieces with gutta percha adjustment knob, its original lenses and gutta percha “eye-pieces”. The frame with a worn “The B. F. AMERICAN OPTICAL Co” maker’s marking with clear “PARIS, BRUXELLES, CAEN” addresses. Of fine quality make and in functional order with generally clear optics and evidence of “field wear”. Complete with their original, stitched leather Carrying case with its securing belt and loops (desiccated leather surfaces with torn stitching). The interior with its original (worn) oilcloth liner and the outer surfaces with heavy wear, scuffs and losses. A very nice Pair of World War I Period Officer’s Field Binoculars, ca. 1910. In overall very good condition. Overall length 7” (fully extended) Case Measures 5” x 7 1/8”.

Price: $250.00


Herbert J. Jackson's: "EUROPEAN FIREARMS": First Published in 1923 with a "Treatise on SCOTTISH HAND FIREARMS, by Charles A. Whitelaw: Considered a fine early text on European pieces of the 16th-18th centuries with a comprehensive write-up on Scottish guns and their makers: 108 pg.

Price: $95.00


A VERY FINE 18th/19th CENTURY CHINESE GREEN JADE/JADITE ARCHER’S RING, ca. 1800: In overall very fine+ untouched condition with choice, deeply toned, “Glassy”/Imperial-type, Green, jade surfaces. Of very fine quality with Hand-carved contours with near perfect symmetry without cracks or fissures. Large, rounded, “Band” form body with a 1” outer diameter: made to protect the thumb of an Archer from the tension of the bow-string. Deeply, green-colored, “Glassy”, dark, Green Jade/Jadite with a very fine natural grain pattern without cracks. A very nice and high quality example of an 18th/19th Century Chinese Archer’s (thumb) Ring, ca. 1800. For similar examples, please see Stone’s: “Glossary of the Construction, Decoration and Use of Arms and Armor”.

Price: $675.00


19TH CENTURY AMERICAN BULLET MOLD, ca. 1830s: In overall very good condition. The iron with smooth surfaces and some scattered discoloration. Of typical "scissors-type" construction with sprue-cutter..

Price: $175.00


A VERY FINE & RARE "WELLS FARGO & Co." MARKED RAILWAY AXE w/ ITS ORIGINAL HAFT, dtd. 1880: In overall fine untouched condition. Of traditional, Railway/Fire-Axe form with a heavy/reinforced steel axe head with an integral pointed rear fluke. The 8 1/2" x 2 3/4", iron axe-head with a rectangular socket and a slightly curved, 3 1/2" rear spike/fluke. Marked with a deeply struck "Property of Wells Fargo & Co. Ex." marking and its opposite side with a "Santa Fe RR Route/1880" marking. In overall very fine untouched condition with lightly toned, smooth, steel surfaces with some light patches of discoloration. Original, molded and carved, hardwood (oak?) haft/handle with a matching untouched age-patina, sharp contours and expected signs of use and age. Complete with both of its original pin-fastened iron langets/side-straps. In overall very fine untouched condition. The blade with its original cutting edge, generally smooth iron surfaces and sharp contours and some scattered patches of discoloration. Very fine handle/haft with sharp contours, some scattered handling marks, minor abrasions and its original langets: retains approx. 85% and varnish/finish. A very nice and Rarely seen authentic "Wells Fargo & Co." Marked Railway Axe, dtd. 1880. Overall length, 18".

Price: HOLD


A FINE INDIAN WAR PERIOD PLAINS INDIAN (SIOUX) STONE-HEAD WAR CLUB (EX EDWARD VEBELL COLLECTION), ca. 1870: In overall Fine+ untouched condition. Sinew-wrapped & stitched, carved hardwood/(Osage orange?) shaft of classic Plains Indian (Sioux) form with evident light wear, signs of handling, age-shrinkage and the expected yellowing/age patina. The top of the shaft mounted with its original, light-colored. oval form, large, approx. 5" x 4", Riverstone/Hard-stone, striking head with its original/integral sinew lashing. In overall fine+ untouched condition with some light signs of use, handling and wear. A very nice and classic example of a mid-19th century/Indian War Period American Plains Indian (Sioux) Stone War Club, ca. 1870. Overall length, 16". Retains its original, 5", braided sinew suspension-loop, on the base of the handle with matching age-patinated surfaces. For similar examples, please see C. F. Taylor’s: "The Native Americans...". From the Collection of noted Author, WWII Artist and Illustrator, Edward Vebell of Westport, Conn. (1921-2018).

Price: $1,750.00


A VERY GOOD UNTOUCHED AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR PERIOD SINGLE CAVITY BULLET MOLD, ca. 1770-1800: In overall very good untouched condition and of approx. .40 caliber. The iron surfaces with an untouched chocolate-brown patina and some expected signs of use, scattered discoloration and pitting. Of early (18th century), Blacksmith made, "scissors-type" construction, as made with hand-forged contours and without a sprue-cutter. In overall very good untouched condition and a classic example of an early form American Blacksmith made 18th Century Bullet Mold, ca. 1770-1800. For similar examples, please see Neumann & Kravic's: "Collector's Illustrated Encyclopedia of the American Revolution”. Overall length, 4 1/2“.

Price: $275.00


A VERY GOOD ENGLISH/AMERICAN?-MADE REVOLUTIONARY WAR PERIOD TELESCOPE, ca. 1780: In overall very good condition with its lightly toned, original, brass tube and mounts. The unsigned, American-made?, three-stage, cylindrical body with smooth surfaces, good seams, some scattered light handling marks, a fine extendable barrel and a nicely turned collar and eye-piece. Retains its original glass lenses-- foggy when barrel is fully extended. In very good condition with smooth brass surfaces and a lightly toned age-patina without significant blemishes. Complete with its original protective brass lens-shield and the adjustable eyepiece with finely turned contours and its original brass dust-cover. Retains a fine age patina and sharp contours. Of classic English form, though the unsigned body suggests an American? manufacture; and overall a classic example of the type of telescope often carried by officers during the American Revolutionary War period, ca. 1780. For similar examples, please see Neumann & Kravic's: "Collector's Illustrated Encyclopedia of the American Revolution", pg. 259. Overall length 20" (collapsed)-38 1/4" (fully extended).

Price: $975.00


A FINE ANTEBELLUM PAIR OF 18th/19th CENTURY SLAVE ERA WROUGHT IRON LEG-CUFFS (SHAKLES) W/ ORIGINAL KEY, ca. 1770-1850: Of typical 18th-mid-19th century style with turn-screw type locks, a heavy-link, steel chain and handforged hasps. Of handforged iron, Blacksmith construction with smooth, clean, steel-gray, clean, iron surfaces and various light signs of use and wear. Retains 85%+ polish/finish with nicely linked heavy-guage chain and casehardened hasps. In overall fine condition and complete with its original Turn-key. In functional order with fine locking hasps and smooth steel surfaces. A very nice pair of 18th-to-mid-19th Century Antebellum Period Leg-cuffs/Shackles, ca. 1800-1850. Overall length 15”.

Price: $1,975.00


A FINE MID-19TH CENTURY/CIVIL WAR PERIOD OFFICER’S TYPE BRASS TELESCOPE w/ OUTER LEATHER CASE, ca. 1850: In overall very good+/fine condition with a lightly toned, brass tube and mounts. Of likely English/American make, though unsigned. The Leather covered brass body with lightly crazed, scuffed and well-used surfaces with a reddish brown “English-leather” patina and some fraying of the stitching. Four-stage, cylindrical brass body with smooth surfaces, some scattered light handling marks, patches of verdigris, a fine extendable barrel and a nicely turned collar with an adjustable eye-piece. Retains its original glass lenses—with clear optics. In very good+/fine condition with smooth brass & leather surfaces with scattered handling marks and signs of use/wear. The leather covering/casing with its two securing-loops and some old tears to the stitching. A classic example of a Civil War Period English/American made Officer’s telescope, ca. 1850; of the type often carried by Naval & Army Officers during the War. For similar examples, please see: "Civil War Collectibles”. Overall length 12 3/4" (collapsed)-30 1/2" (fully extended).

Price: $675.00


A VERY GOOD SPANISH-AMERICAN/INDIAN WAR PERIOD US MODEL 1878 CANTEEN, ca. 1880: In overall very good untouched condition with its "US" marked, olive-drab, canvass cover and brass suspension-mounts. The surfaces with some minor frays/worn spots and the expected age-stains and fading. Of classic smooth type US Mdl. 1878 form with its two piece tin body and an unmarked spout with its cork stopper. In overall very good untouched condition with a sound body and a very good exterior cover. A classic Spanish-American/Indian War Period US Model 1878 Canteen, ca. 1880.

Price: SOLD


A FINE WW. II PERIOD US ORDNANCE MARKED LEATHER OPTICS CANISTER, ca. 1940: In overall fine+ untouched condition with smooth brown leather surfaces and fine stitching, along its sides and at the base plugs. Of 6" diameter cylindrical form and complete with its leather securing belt, its buckle, buckle-stop and both of its leather plugs The exterior with smooth brown leather surfaces, very fine tight stitching, some light scattered handling marks, minor scuffs. Clearly marked with two (2) US Board of Ordnance Crossed-Cannons and with a deeply stamped "US" & "PROP" marking: indicates direct US Govt., ownership and inspection by the War Department, ca. 1940. In overall very fine untouched condition with smooth leather surfaces, a very good securing belt, fine seams with its hardware and some expected light crazing. Overall length 11 1/2". The type of leather canister used by the Artillery for the storage and transport of a gunnery sight: possibly for a Mortar or Field Gun, ca. 1940. .

Price: $125.00


A VERY GOOD & SCARCE AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR PERIOD BOILED-LEATHER FIGHTING CAP, ca. 1780: In overall very good untouched condition with the expected signs of use and wear. Of single piece, approx. 1/2" thick, boiled & pressed, leather construction; and of American Revolutionary War Period form with a domed crown and an integral, wide, circular brim. Retains generally smooth untouched leather surfaces with the expected signs of use and wear: an old tear on one side of the brim, where its meets the crown. The interior, en suite with a untouched, deeply oxidized, smooth, leather surfaces and an untouched age patina with its original banding & stitching. Complete with its original, nail-fastened, leather sweat-band with rose-cut/square-nail fasteners. In overall very good untouched condition with scattered handling marks, light abrasions/scuffs and minor shrinkage. Some expected crazing and age-cracks with sound and supple leather. Of classic American Revolutionary War Period form; and the type of heavy leather cap often worn for defense against Sword-Blows. An old "sword-nick", on the edge of the brim. Overall Measurements: 11" (Diameter) x 4" (Height). A scarce surviving example of this distinctive type of Leather Cap/Helmet, ca. 1780. For similar type examples, please see Neumann & Kravic's: "Collector's Illustrated Encyclopedia of the American Revolution" & W. Gilkerson's: "Boarders Away".

Price: $3,275.00


A FINE TRADE-BEAD DECORATED MID-19TH CENTURY AMERICAN PLAINS INDIAN (SIOUX) BUFFALO HIDE PIPE-BAG, ca. 1870: In overall fine untouched condition with naturaly brain & smoke tanned, light colored, buff leather surfaces with the expected signs of use, staining and wear. Hand-stitched (sinew thread) Buffalo hide body of Classic mid-19th Century American Plains Indian Pipe-Bag form with long, hand-cut, fringed decorations, along its base. Additionally, adorned on both sides with turquoise, umber, red and azurite-blue colored “Trade” beads, in a large, rectangular, traditional, geometric patterns. Retains nearly all of its Beaded decorations with very fine supple leather/hide surfaces. Expected patches of light wear and discoloration—from use. The bag with extensive long fringed decorations, nicely detailed bead-work and very fine stitches. In overall fine untouched condition with only minor surface abrasions and age-stains. A well crafted & Finely Bead Decorated mid-19th Century Plains Indian (Sioux) Buffalo Hide “Peace Pipe” Bag, ca. 1870. Overall length, 35". For similar examples, please see: C. F. Taylor’s: "The Native Americans...".

Price: $1,975.00


A VERY LARGE & SCARCE REVOLUTIONARY WAR PERIOD AMERICAN RUNLET-TYPE “WAGON” CANTEEN, ca. 1770: In overall fine untouched condition with untouched deeply oxidized turned wooden surfaces. Of classic Runlet configuration; and made from a single, nicely figured, turned, hardwood (Maple?) log with finely crafted smooth outer surfaces and tight incised carved end-plugs, en suite. In fine “attic” untouched condition and of large “Wagon” type size. The turned wooden body with a tapered pouring-hole with an old cork stopper. Retains choice, untouched, russet-brown surfaces with some expected oxidation, light handling marks, scuffs, water-stains and wear. An unusually large size American Revolutionary War Period Runlet-type “Wagon” Canteen, ca. 1770; and of the style often used by Soldiers & Civilians, both in the Field & at Encampments, etc. From a Connecticut Collection and marked on one of its base-plugs with an old paper collection-tag with a “332” Inventory Number. Overall length, 11 1/2" diameter, 7”. For similar examples, please see Neumann & Kravic’s: “Collector’s Illustrated Encyclopedia…”, pg. 61-64.

Price: HOLD


A FINE REPRODUCTION AMERICAN CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE RECTANGULAR (ATLANTA ARSENAL) "CSA" MARKED BELT BUCKLE, ca. 1860s/1960: In fine untouched condition with deeply patinated, generally smooth, cast brass surfaces and light patches of oxidation & verdigris. Of rectangular "Atlanta Arsenal" design with slightly rounded corners and made with a deeply embossed central "CSA". The slightly convex body with its three, integrally cast, triangular, securing hooks of classic "CSA" form. In fine condition with light evidence of use & wear. Retains fine brass surfaces with a deeply toned, patina and evidence of age. A very nice example of a 20th Century Reproduction of this distinctive pattern of Confederate Belt Buckle, ca. 1860s/1960.

Price: $850.00


A FINE QUALITY MID-19th CENTURY AMERICAN CIVIL WAR PERIOD SILVER & BRASS MOUNTED OFFICER’S TRAVELLING WRITING DESK, ca. 1860:Of typical mid-19th Century American (New England/Mid-Atlantic) form, with a finely sculpted and finished, Rosewood-veneer exterior with “German Silver” wire-inlayed, top with its brass, floral-form medallion/escutcheon-plate. Retains its original brass hinges, a key to the lid-lock (defective) and its flip-type inner “desk” with sliding brass locking-catch: a sculpted brass key-hole-escutcheon. Finely figured, Rosewood-veneered exterior with silver wire-inlayed borders, a very fine grain-pattern, light signs of use, 90% finish, and an old tight age/stress-crack across the lid-top. The rough-hewn bottom with evident saw/tool-marks, choice oxidized and patinated surfaces, scattered handling marks, abrasions and an old repaired stress-crack. In overall very good+/fine condition with lightly toned/aged inner surfaces. The secondary wood (cherry?) interior with an old blue Blotter/liner with gold trimmed borders. The blotter with some minor age-stains and signs of wear/use. Fine Rosewood borders with matching grain-pattern. Complete with its original ink-well partitions and its accessory compartment/ pen-box with rosewood-lid: the ink-well(s) missing and retains one of the original tops/stoppers. In overall very good+/fine condition and of high quality American make. ***From a New Canaan, Conn. Estate. The type of portable writing desk used by Officers of both sides, during the American Civil war 1861-1865. Overall measurements, 12” x 8 1/2" x 4”.

Price: $475.00


A VERY GOOD GREAT DEPRESSION ERA “WPA” MARKED PICK-AXE, ca. 1930s: : In overall very good untouched condition. Drop-forged steel, traditional-form, pick-axe head marked with a faint “WPA” (Works Project Administration) marking on its side. The turned and flared Hardwood (Hickory?) handle with generally smooth surfaces, some scattered handling marks, hairlines, oxidation and signs of use and wear. Marked on its side with a “WPA” Brand, en suite with the axe-head. In overall very good untouched condition with signs of use and an untouched age patina with scattered pitting. A scarce surviving example of a WPA marked American Great Depression Era Pick-Axe, ca. 1930s. The type of hand tool used to help build many of the American Public Works created by Franklin D. Roosevelt. From a Mass. Estate and likely used in the construction of one of the many local WPA sponsored projects.

Price: HOLD


HAND MADE WOODEN LONG GUN RACK & SCREWS: Designed for hanging Muskets or other long-guns. Antiqued Oil-Finished Knotty-Pine with bead-borders and peg-type gun-holders. Comes with three (3) mounting-screws for horizontal hanging, on wall. Handmade, in Connecticut. 46" x 4".

Price: $150.00


A FINE 19th CENTURY PLAINS INDIAN (SIOUX TYPE) ARROW, ca. 1850: In overall Fine untouched condition. Hand carved, hardwood/(Osage orange?), cylindrical arrow-shaft with a carved longitudinal "blood-groove" and its turkey feather fletching-- of classic Plains Indian (Sioux) form. Fine shaft & fletching with evident handling marks and its original hemp fiber bindings. The rear with its handcarved and fire-hardened arrow-noch and the expected signs of use. Complete with its large (Buffalo size) 19th Century “Trade Type” steel arrowhead of classic form with sharp edges, surface oxidation, sharp cutting-edges and a fine point. In overall fine untouched condition with some expected signs of use, handling and age. A very nice mid-19th century/Indian War Period American Plains Indian (Sioux Type) Arrow, ca. 1850. From an old Minn. Collection. Overall length, 26 3/4". For similar examples, please see C. F. Taylor’s: "The Native Americans...".

Price: $875.00


A VERY RARE MID to LATE 19TH CENTURY CHEYENNE INDIAN GHOST-DANCE DRUM, w/ its “TOM-TOM”, ca. 1870s (Ex. EDWARD VEBELL COLLECTION): In overall very good untouched condition. Of typical hardwood, sinew and hide construction with a buffalo? hide drum-skin/head and a light-colored hardwood stretcher/frame: original sinew lashings. The drum-skin with red & black-colored floral & geometric decorations with 75%+ paint (lightly faded) and fine smooth surfaces with some light wear and an old small tear. The frame with untouched and lightly weathered wooden surfaces, some minor stress cracks and evidence of use/wear. In overall very good condition with a pleasing untouched patina, lightly oxidized surfaces, and the expected signs of use and wear. A well preserved example of an authentic 19th century Cheyenne Ghost-Dance Drum, ca. 1870s. Formerly in the collection of noted Author, Historian, Olympian, WWII Veteran and “Stars & Stripes” illustrator, Edward Vebell (1921-2018) of Westport, Conn. and accompanied by its original, 7”, buffalo hide and wooden “Tom-Tom” type Drumstick with matching oxidized surfaces, signs of use (minor break at end) and in very good condition with supple leather surfaces. A scarce and unusual item dating the peak of the Indian War Period. Overall diameter, 11 1/4”.

Price: $1,275.00


A FINE 19th CENTURY PLAINS INDIAN (SIOUX TYPE) ARROW, ca. 1840-1850: In overall very good+ condition. Hand carved, hardwood/(Osage orange?),ochre painted shaft with a banded decorations, at the turkey feather fletching-- of classic Plains Indian (Sioux) form (one side with some "quiver-wear" to its feathers). The shaft & fletching with its natural fiber (hemp?) bindings. A hand-carved and fire-hardened arrow-nock and two (2) longitudinally carved blood-grooves, along the length of the shaft. Original, Early 19th Century, Hand Knapped Flint/Chert, arrowhead of classic Western/Plains form with sharp cutting-edges and a fine point. In overall very good+ condition with signs of use, handling-marks and wear. A classic example of an early mid-19th century/Indian War Period American Plains Indian (Sioux Type) Arrow, ca. 1840-1850. From an old Minn. Collection. Overall length, 24". For similar examples, please see C. F. Taylor’s: "The Native Americans...".

Price: $775.00


A VERY GOOD MID-19TH CENTURY PLAINS INDIAN (SIOUX?) WOODEN BOW, ca. 1850s (Ex. EDWARD VEBELL COLLECTION): In overall fine untouched condition with smooth, hand carved, wooden surfaces and it original braided sinew bow-string. Flat-sided, curved, 41 1/2”, hardwood (Osage Orange?) bow with finely carved and notched cord-terminals and a nicely oxidized & untouched, light-colored patina. Of traditional American Plains Indian hand-carved form with light surface-imperfections, abrasions and evident tool-marks. A classic mid-19th Century American Plains Indian (Sioux?) Bow, ca. 1850s. In very good+ untouched and sound condition with its original finely braided sinew bow-string. ***From the collection of noted Author, Historian, Olympian, WWII Veteran and “Stars & Stripes” illustrator, Edward Vebell (1921-2018) of Westport, Conn.

Price: SOLD


AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY PACIFIC NORTH WEST COAST TLINGIT/HAIDA CARVED CEDAR & POLYCHROME PAINTED TOTEM POLE, ca. 1930: In overall fine untouched condition with brightly colored hand-carved wooden surfaces. The imagery of classic Pacific North West Coast Indian design with highly stylized carvings of Ravens, Beaver, etc. Of traditional hand carved form and made from a single piece of Cedar with brightly painted and finely carved body. The nail-fastened base, en suite. In overall very fine untouched condition with finely carved details and 97%+ painted finish. Complete. Height, 15”.

Price: $1,075.00


A VERY GOOD GREAT DEPRESSION ERA “WPA” MARKED GRUB-AXE, ca. 1930s: In overall very good untouched condition. Drop-forged steel, traditional-form, Grub-axe head with a pick, at one end and flat blade, on the other. Faintly marked with a “WPA” (Works Project Administration) marking. The turned and flared Hardwood (Hickory?) handle with generally smooth surfaces, some scattered handling marks, tight hairlines, surface oxidation and expected signs of use and wear. Marked on its side with a matching “WPA” Brand, en suite with the head. In overall very good untouched condition with signs of use and wear. Retains an untouched age patina with scattered pitting and wear. A scarce surviving example of a WPA marked American Great Depression Era Grub-Axe, ca. 1930s. The type of hand tool used to help build many of the American Public Works created by Franklin D. Roosevelt, during the Great Depression (1929-1940). From a Mass. Estate and likely used in the construction of one of the many local WPA sponsored projects.

Price: HOLD


TWO (2) AMERICAN INDIAN WAR PERIOD .45/70 Cal. BULLETS, ca. 1880s: In overall unissued condition. Excellent surfaces without oxidation.

Price: $10.00


ORIGINAL 18th-EARLY 19th CENTURY MUSKET & PISTOL GUN-FLINTS, ca. 1700-1800: In overall very good+, untouched condition. Of various sizes with minor varioations in shape, etc. Of English & French/Dutch origin/form; and some with minor imperfections/chips. Fine original 18th/early 19th Century Examples, ca. 1700-1800.

Price: $20.00 (each)


A FINE & RARE NEOLITHIC PERIOD EUROPEAN STONE HAMMER, ca. 1000 BC: In overall very fine untouched condition. The 4 1/2", gray, hard-stone (Basalt) hammerhead with a hand-drilled, tapered and rounded socket aperture: as drilled with a stone drill. Retains smooth untouched, river-polished, gray surfaces with some expected light imperfections. Of somewhat triangular form with a pointed tip and a rounded back end. A well-made hand-crafted European Stone Age Hammer, ca. 3000 years old. In overall very fine untouched condition with choice smooth surfaces

Price: $1,375.00


AN REVOLUTIONARY WAR PERIOD/MID-18TH CENTURY HORSE'S BIT w/ RINGS (IN EXCAVATED & CLEANED CONDITION), ca. 1750: In overall very good excavated and cleaned condition and of type wrought iron construction. Nicely sculpted sidebars and the bit with a central indent for the horse's mouth. in very good excavated condition with scattered heavy pitting from internment. Acid cleaned steel surfaces with a lightly frosted "patina". A nice example of an American Revolutionary War Period Horse's Bit, ca. 1750. From an old New York Collection.

Price: SOLD


COPY OF GEORGE C. NEUMANN'S & FRANK KRAVIC'S: "COLLECTOR'S ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION": Soft-bound edition, 286 pg. A complete and general overview of the Weapons and Accouterments, used by all sides, during the American Revolution.

Price: $85.00


A PARTIAL US MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR SPRINGFIELD BAYONET SCABBARD-FROG, ca. 1880s: In poor to fair condition (as is) with its leather frog, brass clip & "US" marked stud). Retains untouched leather & brass surfaces with heavily oxidized leather and crazing. From an American Indian War Period US Model 1873 Trapdoor Springfield, ca. 1880s.

Price: $25.00


AUTOGRAPHED COPY OF GEORGE C. NEUMANN'S: "BATTLE WEAPONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION": Soft-bound edition, 393 pg. Autographed by Diana Neumann, the late author's wife. A complete overview of the Muskets, Pistols, Rifles, etc., used by all sides, during the American Revolution.

Price: $125.00


LARGE PAIR(S) OF HAND FORGED WROUGHT IRON GUN HOOKS & SCREWS: Ideal for hanging Muskets or other long-guns. Complete with four (4) mounting-screws for hanging. Handmade in New Hampshire. 4" x 2".

Price (pr.): $125.00


A VERY FINE PAIR OF AMERICAN INDIAN WAR PERIOD US MODEL 1872 CROSSED CANNONS ARTILLERY INSIGNIA: In overall very fine unissued condition and of standard US Mdl. 1872 design with impressed designs and soldered brass attachment rings. Retain much (80%+) of their gilt plating with patches of loss and oxidation.

Price: $80.00


A VERY GOOD LATE 19th/EARLY 20TH CENTURY RUSSIAN/SCANDINAVIAN DRINKING HORN, ca. 1890: In overall very good untouched condition. Of large size and traditional Northern/Eastern European form with a nicely toned, honey, straw & black colored cow horn body. A fine natural curve with a pointed tip and the "mouth" with its original wood & cork stopper (some wear & shrinkage to the cork stopper). Plain white metal (nickel silver) band fittings/mounts with two brass suspension-rings and its decorative rawhide lashings: the base-ring with an engraved "G" owner's initial, in Gothic script. In overall very good untouched condition with general sings of use, age and wear. The inner surfaces, en suite with heavy surface patination/oxidation. Some scattered handling marks and expected abrasions. A nice example of a late 19th/early Untouched deeply toned natural surfaces. Of large size with an overall length, approx. 25”. A nice example of a late 19th/early 20th Century Russian/Scandinavian Drinking Horn, ca. 1890.

Price: $200.00


SMALL PAIR(S) OF HAND FORGED WROUGHT IRON GUN HOOKS & SCREWS: Ideal for hanging Pistols, swords, powder horns or other small items. Complete with two (2) mounting-screws for hanging. Handmade in New Hampshire. 2 1/2" x 1 1/8".

Price (pr.): $85.00


AN AMERICAN CIVIL WAR ERA HORSE'S BIT, ca. 1860s: In overall very good excavated condition with dark, rust patinated iron surfaces. Pitted and worn with expected signs of use and evidence of internment. Of tradition form with its two rings and a central iron bit. Dates to, ca. 1860s.

Price: $50.00


A VERY FINE PAIR OF AMERICAN INDIAN WAR PERIOD US MODEL 1872 CROSSED SABERS CAVALRY INSIGNIA: In overall very fine unissued condition and of standard US Mdl. 1872 design with impressed crossed sabers design and soldered brass attachment rings. Retain much (80%+) of their gilt plating with patches of loss and oxidation.

Price: $100.00


A VERY FINE PAIR OF AMERICAN INDIAN WAR PERIOD US MODEL 1872 CROSSED RIFLES INFANTRY INSIGNIA:In overall very fine unissued condition and of standard US Mdl. 1872 design with impressed crossed Rifles designs and soldered brass attachment rings. Retain much (80%+) of their gilt plating with patches of loss and oxidation.

Price: $85.00


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