Friday, November 30, 2018

Thursday, November 29, 2018

The Robert Weil Collection: Sale Items

Antique European holster pistol c. 1750
Full working order. $720+shipping

Billy Griner Powder Horn with a Hicks & Lathem Pouch
The horn measures 11 plus inches on the outside curve. The bag measures 8 inches at its widest by 11 inches deep. The bag is lined and their is an external pouch on the back. The flap is bark tan. 
$240. plus $20. shipping in the continental USA.

Bundle No. 5
ALR pin, linen bag, tableware, wooden container, leather container, repaired container. 

Ken Scott Haversack
Bag measures 10.75 inches wide by 13 inches deep. The flap is bark tan secured by a copper button. The body is aged newly made coverlet. Leather strap with an iron buckle. 

Hunting Pouch
Nicely made bag measures 7.5 inches wide by 9 inches deep. 
Button closure. Interior pocket. Forged iron buckle. 

Contact for additional information.

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Powder Horn by Pete Hutton

Photographed at the 2018 Tennessee Kentucky Rifle Show by Jan Riser.

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Ax by Jesse Brennan

Photographed at the 2016 CLA Show by Jan Riser.

The Robert Weil Collection: Sale Items

Bench Copy of a 17th Century Powder Flask by Steve Lodding 

Flask is 3.75 inches tall excluding the spout and 3.5 inches at its widest. 

$ $20. shipping in the continental USA.

Coverlet Bag by Jan Riser
Hand sewn bag made from old coverlet. Bag is lined with old linen. Straps are linen and leather. Neat little patch knife by unknown maker. 
$100. plus $20. shipping in the continental USA.

Screw Tip Horn by Art DeCamp
Horn is approximately 17 inches on the outside curve. 
$240. plus $20 shipping in the continental USA.

Bag by Jeff Bibb, Horn by Art DeCamp and measure by Bruce Horne. 

Bruce Horne Measure
Measure throws 60 grains of FF powder. 
$80. plus $10. shipping in the continental USA.

Contact artriser@mindspring for more information.

Monday, November 26, 2018

New Rifle by Brian Barker

 .40 rifle with a 44" Rice "A" weight barrel and a Chambers gunmakers lock. The triggers are my own manufacture in a Davis plate and springs. I also made all the hardware for this rifle. It's not from any particular school but has elements from N. Carolina, Tennessee and south west Virginia. The stock is made from persimmon wood.

Copy and photos supplied by Brian Barker.