10' in height, 8' in length. A document for Samuel Wallis signed in 1793 by James Wilson. Wilson, was a Founding Father and Associate Supreme Court Justice, who signed the Declaration of Independence. This document appears to be concerning a land purchase agreement between Wallis and Wilson.
Thoughts on the Kentucky Rifle in its Golden Age, Annotated Third Edition, by Joe Kindig Jr. First published 1960. Hardcover. 561 pages. 870 illustrations. Study of the Kentucky rifle as an art form, including examples and historical information on the various schools of long rifle gunsmiths in the United States.
Bone Tipped & Banded Horns: Regional Characteristics of Professionally Made Powder Horns, Vol. 1, by Jay Hopkins. Hardcover. 168 pages. 350 color images and illustrations. Historical and biographical reference for any student of powder horns and Kentucky rifles.
Horn is 10' in length, pouch is is 9' x 9' in height and length. Powder horn and pouch by Alonzo Jackson of Green County, Tennessee. Horn is carved out of a cow-horn. Pouch has floral patterns to sides.
14.5" length. 4" height. Powder horn owned by Benjamin Kinsett, who fought in the Massachusetts War of 1812. Item is a powder horn carved out of ox-horn. Features a tin patch fixed with pegs signed "BK".
3" axe head length. 17" height. Pipe tomahawk made by William Buckele. Item is made of fancy maple wood, brass, and polished silver metal. Features arrow inlays to grip, along with a Patriotic American Eagle inlay to grip. Axe head has floral and scroll engravings.
23" height. 43" arm to arm length. One painted leather pilot jacket from the movie, Letters From Iwo Jima (2006), directed by Clint Eastwood. Item is painted with US Army Air Force banners and symbols, back has "Lucky Strike" painted over top of a pin-up girl with two Imperial Japanese flags beneath.
17" blade length. 21.5" overall length. 19th century British socket bayonet. This item is most likely a Brown Bess India Pattern bayonet used by British forces during the Napoleonic Wars. The India Pattern bayonet was produced from 1795 to about 1815. Item has a possible proof house mark to wide area of bayonet spike.
6.5" blade length. 10.5" overall length. Single edge blade with a clipped point and false edge. Bone handle with a German silver crossguard. Marked "STANDARD/CUTLERY Co." to left ricasso. Includes a brown leather sheath.
6" blade length. 10" overall length. Single edge blade with clipped point and false edge. Wood handle features a metal crossguard. Blade has obfuscated markings that possibly say "VILLAGER" to right side, but several letters are illegible.
7.25" blade length. 13" overall length with scabbard. Bowie knife with ivory hilt and leather scabbard. One side of scabbard has pressed design overall. Other side has permanent marker writing that reads, "H + 1614 x 8 50".
Argus Cintar 50mm f/3.5 rangefinder camera. General Electric exposure meter. Accessories kept in a green canvas carrying case. Lot also includes WWII photos kept in 2 album binders, with an archival box.
.30 caliber. 2.25" barrel length. SN: 2770. Single action revolver with a fixed long fluted 5-shot cylinder and notch and half moon sights. Blued metal finish with kidney shaped walnut grips. Features a spur hammer. Without cylinder gate. Action is non-functioning. This item was manufactured sometime in 1875.
39" blade length. 44" overall length. Civil War-era single edge blade with offset broad and narrow fullers to both sides. Hilt features a pierced guard with forward swept quillon. Leather wrapped wood grip has a metal backstrap and finger grooving, with a bird's head pommel. Item appears to be marked with an "S" to right ricasso. This item does not appear to have any noticeable regimental marks.
Non-functional movie prop gun with capped barrel. 24" barrel length. SN: NSN. Features rear aperture sights and winged front sights. Has a parkerized alloy finish with semi-pistol gripped stock and sling swivels on forend and stock of rifle. Bottom of frame states “Denix/Made in Spain”. This item is a replica of a M1 Garand rifle, and was used in Clint Eastwood's film, Letters From Iwo Jima (2006).
Non-functional movie prop gun with capped barrel. 18" barrel length. SN: NSN. Features a rear aperture sight and winged front sights. Has a Parkerized alloy finish with semi-pistol gripped stock with sling swivel at the front. This item is a replica WW2-era M1 Carbine that was used in Clint Eastwood's film, Letters from Iwo Jima (2006). Interior of ejection slot reads "Denix/Made in Spain".