While at Gettysburg doing "History Meets the Arts" for Lord Nelson's Gallery, I took a horn along to engrave for my son as my project for the weekend. It measures 15" long with his name on the front, the back side has a deer standing among pine trees with a sun smiling down. It has a turned applied horn tip held on by wooden pins and a turned maple end cap. He will also be receiving the nice bag made by Bill Legdon of Johnstown Pa., a Nathan Allen knife held in a sheath on the back of the bag, and as always, no respectable powder horn would be seen with out a fine woven strap by Kris Polizzi from Elizabethtown Pa.
Now Josh will be seen in style will at the primitive shoots. Hope you enjoy it Josh
Copy and photos supplied by Tim Sanner at Tim Sanner Powder Horns.