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Thoughts on the Kentucky Rifle 2nd ed by Joe Kindig Jr
Item# 9700    $140
Thoughts on the Kentucky Rifle 2nd ed by Joe Kindig Jr

Thoughts on the Kentucky Rifle in its Golden Age, Annotated 2nd Edition, 1st printing, 1983, by Joe Kindig, Jr. Published by George Shumway, York, PA. Given as a gift to a friend and signed by the infamous author Larry Wilson, who wrote extensively on Colt and Winchester guns. Good condition: the dust jacket with some tears; some foxing on the inscription and title pages, the rest of the copy very clean.

 
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The Winchester Book by George Madis
Item# 9698    $175
The Winchester Book by George Madis

5th edition The Winchester Book by George Madis, signed by the author. The Art and Reference House, Brownsboro, Texas, 1979. Limited edition of 1000 copies (none are numbered). Embossed brown leatherette cover stamped in gold. Measures 11.25 x 9 x 1.5 inches. Very good condition, tight and clean.

 
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Antique E W Mason duck decoy
Item# 9693    $575
Antique E W Mason duck decoy

Antique E. W. Mason duck decoy, made in Boston, MA. Mallard hen in good original used condition including hand painted surface and glass eyes. Measures 17 inches long beak to tail, and 7 inches high.

 
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Japanese Edo Abumi stirrups by Nakamura Keiken
Item# 9683    $3900
Japanese Edo Abumi stirrups by Nakamura Keiken

Pair of Abumi, saddle stirrups made by “Nakamura Keiken”. The Nakamura family are well known metal artists who also made Tsuba and other Samurai metal works in the Japanese Edo period. This pair of stirrups are both inlaid with pure gold and have Ryusui, a water theme. Natural wear, minor gold loss in some areas. Dating from the 18th-19th century. Each strirup measures 12 inches long x 10 inches high x 5 inches wide. Stirrups like these were used to support the rider’s feet while seated on horseback. During warfare, they allowed mounted samurai to stabilize position and control the horse while firing a weapon or brandishing a sword. Curving up and back in the front, they bring the loop for the leather connecting-strap over the instep, providing superior balance. Only high-ranking samurai could ride horses in the Edo period. Elegantly decorated stirrups were a sign of the owner’s privileged position.

 
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Antique Parker Bros shotgun double barrel 12 gauge
Item# 9679    $4200
Antique Parker Bros shotgun double barrel 12 gauge

Parker Brothers Makers, Meriden, Connecticut, shotgun. Double barrel, 12 gauge, 1905, #134023-6, Pat'd March 26, 1878, 26" long. Damascus steel barrels. Very good condition.

 
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