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Current Inventory - Updated July 29th., 2019

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23974 FINE 18TH CENTURY ENGRAVED AND TACKED PENNSYLVANIA POWDERHORN OR POWDER HORN. ($3500)

FINE 18TH CENTURY ENGRAVED AND TACKED PENNSYLVANIA POWDERHORN OR POWDER HORN. 14” beautifully mellowed rifle horn with Pennsylvania Dutch pin wheel and floral designs of a superior nature. Nicely carved throat with wavy incise carving. Initials “G S” engraved in script within the floral motif at the outer base. Seven original iron tacks and a wonderfully aged original pine plug with the original iron stud. Spectacular deep umber-gold color. One of the finest early non map horns we have had. For a similar horn see Madison Grant’s “Powder Horns and Their Architecture” page 73. Probable Bucks, York or Lancaster County origin. Exceptional and in superb untouched condition.


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