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U.S. Cavalry Stirrup
This stirrup was purchased as part of a collection in the late 60’s. It had a tag on it that claimed it was from the war of 1812. However I believe it is more in line with WW1. It has U.S. stamped on the inside with initials A.B. underneath. The strap looks to be original and has a tear that runs almost the entire width.
Primitive Hand Forged Wrought Iron Food Chopper
This is a very nice early food chopper. It is excellent condition and still has a very sharp blade. The handle is solid and strong. It shows the skill of the early american blacksmiths. It will last another 200 years even if it is put back into service. I use one very similar to this one and just love it. Free delivery.
Small Native American Rug
This little blanket or rug is in fairly ok condition. It has a dime size hole in one corner and had some moth grazing in some spots on the surface. The fringe is in great shape and would still make a nice display piece. It would look great on a shelf under some axes, pestles or Native American pottery.
Primitive Whale Oil Lamps / Betty Lamps
These 17th-18th century early primitive whale oil lamps are in fairly good condition for there age. They have not been cleaned to remove the wonderful aged look. All look to be hand made and one has a small lid on a chain. All three delivered free.
Native American Micro Bead Coin Purse
This is very old and well made using the tiniest of beads. They are much smaller than normal seed beads. It opens to a total length of 5-3/4″ with two small pockets inside. It shows the work of a very skilled craftsman who had much more patience than I ever could.