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This is an old Civil War era powder flask. It has weathered time pretty well The spring mechanism still works fine. It has a nice patina throughout. There is a some separation in the solder at the bottom.
This is a very colorful, artistic and tightly woven Native American weaving. It is in fairly good condition with a rough spot on one fringe area and a pencil diameter hole. Overall a nice piece.
An American made dark glazed clay trade tobacco pipe used in the early to mid 1800’s. Personally found in southern Ohio and has nice patina and in great shape.
This pipe was found in a field in southern Ohio. It is in good condition and has a nick on the rim that was made prior to it’s use.
An American made clay trade tobacco pipe with a colored glaze used in the early to mid 1800’s. Found in central Ohio with great patina.
These pipes were used and also traded to Native Americans in the early 1800’s. They were also very popular with the soldiers during the civil war. This one has a rare hand made metal cover.
This is a cool old pipe that is in pretty good shape. It has a couple small chips on the bowl and a shortened stem from use.
This very unusual trade pipe was found in a field in Hamilton County, Ohio. It has a distorted bowl from the manufacturing process. It has a bit of damage on the stem but is still a great piece.
This pipe was found in a field in southern Ohio. It is in great condition and has very nice patina.
This unusual old pipe was purchased as part of a collection in Ohio. It is unlike any that I have personally found. It appears old and is in good condition.
American made in the early to mid 1800’s. Light colored with a slight nick on the rim. Personally found in central Ohio.
American made dark glazed clay trade tobacco pipe used in the early to mid 1800’s. Found in central Ohio and has nice patina and is in great shape.