|Dimensions||1.62 × 1.75 in|
This one was not a personal find. It does not have the patina similar to the ones I have found. So I believe it is a more recent replica but I could be wrong. It would be a good one to have and use. Free shipping.
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Very unusual old copper Indian bust. It is very artistic and would make a great wall hanging in a relic room.
This Early American shot pouch is constructed of hand sewn leather and lead spout with a carved wooden plug. The leather is I believe to be soft Russian leather with a red stain on the inside that was common in that period. It appears to be all original and is in great shape. It also still contains a handful of lead shot that is of various sizes that was made by dripping molten lead into water.
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.
This 1956 ‘arrowhead’ appears to have been molded out of clay. It makes a great conversation piece. It was purchased from the Lassen Volcanic National Park and mailed from Seattle with a 3 cent stamp and a written note on the back side.