Antique weapons, paper ephemera and fine arts and crafts by Eric's Fabulous Finds Eric's Fabulous Finds
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Art Pottery and Stoneware : Contemporary item #1066092
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$575.00
This large olla is a rare collector piece by Claudia Sanchez featuring delicate, intricate lace designs with cuadritos (small squares) painted in cream color on red clay. The artist's signature is incised on the bottom of the pot. Yarn wrapped pottery ring included. Museum quality, highly collectible art pottery. Comes with Certificate of Authenticity.

Dimensions: Height 8 1/4 inches, Width 11 inches...

All Items : Militaria : Pre 1900 item #1067400
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$375.00
British plain powder flask with copper enameled body with brass unscrew top, adjustable 3-setting charger (3.5, 4 and 4.5 graduated measures). Has a very unusual brass hinged pouring spout; single hanger ringlet on bottom of body. Unmarked, bag type body. The powder slide cover on the body of the flask opens and closes, but does not spring closed by itself. Nice patina, a couple of minor dings, but good overall condition. Tight seams with an old repair...
All Items : : Pre 1900 item #1067657
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$125.00
This rare Inuit seal skin bird was made around 1890. It is a fine example of the sort of toy the Inuit of West Greenland handcrafted using skin scraps. Children learned from their mothers how to process skins and also made toy figurines of people and animals to play with.

Dimensions: 3 ½ inches high, 1 ¾ inches wide, weight ½ ounce. Please note that this item cannot be shipped to the USA.

All Items : Art : Sculpture : Contemporary item #1068757
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$245.00
This handmade Oyster Shell dish is a spectacular work of art by a very fine Canadian potter named Jan Sells...
All Items : Art : Sculpture : Contemporary item #1068760
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$245.00
This handmade Bear Claw Shell Dish Shell dish is a spectacular work of art by a very fine Canadian potter named Jan Sells...
All Items : Ethnic : Pre 1900 item #1068791
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$375.00
This Indian skinning knife is a rare Cree artifact. It has a wooden handle and a hand forged blade that was probably made out of an old discarded file. An embroidered ribbon was attached to the knife to keep the tool handy as it was carried around. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Dimensions: blade 2 1/2 inches long, 2 3/4 inches wide, handle 3/4 inch wide, 3/4 inch deep. Overall length 5 1/4 inches. Weight 1 1/4 ounces.

All Items : Art : Sculpture : Contemporary item #1070806
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$610.00
GEOFF SEARLE is a Canadian Master Potter, born and raised In Kimberly, British Colombia. He attended the Kootenay School of Art in Nelson, B. C. and has been working as a potter since 1972, producing stoneware, porcelain, raku and pit-fired pieces. His exquisite softly lustrous raku vases have an architectural harmony and balance that is almost as intriguing as the man himself...
All Items : Art : Sculpture : Contemporary item #1070810
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$1,125.00
GEOFF SEARLE is a Canadian Master Potter, born and raised In Kimberly, British Colombia. He attended the Kootenay School of Art in Nelson, B. C. and has been working as a potter since 1972, producing stoneware, porcelain, raku and pit-fired pieces. His exquisite softly lustrous raku vases have an architectural harmony and balance that is almost as intriguing as the man himself...
All Items : Art : Sculpture : Contemporary item #1070811
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$1,200.00
GEOFF SEARLE is a Canadian Master Potter, born and raised In Kimberly, British Colombia. He attended the Kootenay School of Art in Nelson, B. C. and has been working as a potter since 1972, producing stoneware, porcelain, raku and pit-fired pieces. His exquisite softly lustrous raku vases have an architectural harmony and balance that is almost as intriguing as the man himself...
All Items : Ethnic : Pre 1900 item #1102316
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$275.00
Antique Brazilian plantation wine canteen, hand made pottery circa 1840. This canteen has a rich dark brown mottled glaze with lots of character. The back is unglazed and has a small peripheral chip. The side handles have a hole to insert a cord so that it can be worn on the shoulder (or hung on a wall). Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. Size: 8.5 inches across, 1.5 inches deep, 2.75 inches from the back to the top of the neck. Weight: approximately 1 kilo, 168 grams...
All Items : Art : Prints : Contemporary item #1133137
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$465.00
Limited edition giclee print on canvas by Canadian Mask Artist Francesca Profili created by her from a professional photograph of her original sculpture...
All Items : Miscellaneous : Pre 1900 item #1186934
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$75.00
"Gold Hill Mining Company" gold dust bag. Recovered from a drawer in an old travelling wardrobe trunk circa 1900. The bag, approximately 11 inches long by 5 1/2 inches wide, is from the 1800's and appears to be made from an old cotton bag that originally contained flour.

Comes with a Letter of Provenance and a Certificate of Authenticity.

All Items : Militaria : Pre 1950 item #1187097
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$100.00

HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON COME-ALONG.

These “nippers” were made in the U.S.A. by Harrington and Richardson about 1940. These are Model #126 and came in 2 sizes, this one being the longer one; the other was shorter by a couple of chain links. Weight 100 grams.

These flexible cuffs were called "Come-alongs" because once put around someone's wrist and closed, all it took was a slight twist of the wrist by the person in charge and no matter what size that prisoner was......they cam...

All Items : Militaria : Pre 1900 item #1187106
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$200.00

Leather cosh or sap. Used by police forces in Wales, England and North America as well as sheriffs and badmen alike. This beauty has been hand stitched and dates from the 1800's and has seen quite a bit of use. Most police departments switched to the wooden baton (Billie Club) around the mid 1900's

Length: 11 1/2 inches, Width: 2 1/4 inches across the top, Weight: 17 1/2 ounces (488 grams).

Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

All Items : Militaria : Pre 1950 item #1187210
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$225.00

This blackjack dates from the early to mid 1900's and is a small, easily-concealed weapon consisting of a leather-wrapped lead weight attached to the end of a leather-wrapped coil spring. The strap on the end opposite the weight wraps around the wrist.

It works by storing kinetic energy in the dense core when swung, this stored energy then spreads the impact over a larger surface area; the leather covering lessens the chance of lacerating the skin and the chance of breaking bones. A blow...

All Items : Militaria : Pre 1837 VR item #1189593
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$2000.00

Flintlock pistol by Jn. Mann & Sons of Glasgow Scotland made specifically to be used for trade with the Native Indians of North America.

Made circa 1820, It has a full stock of walnut with rope burn tiger striping with brass furniture. The lock is stamped "MANN", the barrel is stamped "Glasgow" and has three Birmingham proof marks that were in use beginning in 1813. The ramrod which appears original, looks like it might be a bit short and could have been shortened or replaced at one time...

All Items : Militaria : Pre 1900 item #1190375
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$3800.00
This British made Tranter patent, single action revolver (serial #146) is a 32 cal. rim fire in the original fitted case with label still attached, comes with accessories and key. Functions well with lots of original bluing still visible.The barrel is 3 3/8 inches long and overall 8 inches long; the bore is good. Made by Jno. Lane, Tomstock Street, Leamington. This gun was a favourite of Confederate soldiers during the American Civil War. The revolver weighs 20 ounces and the case shown as pictu...
All Items : Militaria : Pre 1800 item #1190383
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$2,850.00
This as a rare, British made boarding cutlass/lance c-1750. It has a rich warm brown patina and you can see the maker's name (W. Gilpin) stamped on the back. The grip is hollow so you can insert a long pole into it and then pin it into place through the hole in the handle. With this method it was used as a lance, ship to ship. When the pirate was finally able to board the other vessel, he just pulled the pin from the handle, dropped the pole and viola!.... he had a cutlass.

This hand forge...

 
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