Antique weapons, paper ephemera and fine arts and crafts by Eric's Fabulous Finds Eric's Fabulous Finds
All Items : Militaria : Pre 1900 item #1067400
Eric's Fabulous Finds
$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 : Militaria : Pre 1800 item #1064063
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$2,500.00
This is a very rare Chinese Matchlock rifle from the early 1700's has an octagonal barrel with original parts and pistol style lock, wrapped with hammered copper. It is approximately .50 caliber. The copper wrapping is missing in some parts but the gun is in good condition for such a well-used weapon.

The matchlock is generally a very long rifle and it is considered to be the earliest ancestor of the modern hand held weapons...

All Items : Militaria : Pre 1900 item #1063695
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$200.00
This Gras t-bone bayonet was the last of the French sword type bayonets. It was manufactured from 1874 to about 1885 to fit the French Model 1874 "Gras" Infantry Rifle, a refinement of the Model 1866 Chassepot Infantry Rifle. This French bayonet is a Model 1874. It has a solid brass pommel with integral latching mechanism (push button/spring steel). The grips are wood...
All Items : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1910 item #1063687
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$225.00
This charming Native hand made clay Raven whistle was recovered in a dump near the Salish Indian Reserve in Sechelt B.C. The whistle appears to have been much used and probably dates from 1880 to 1910. Comes with a signed letter of provenance that accompanied the whistle when I acquired it in 1996.The Pender Harbour area was once the winter capital of the Coast Salish nation, specifically the Shishalh tribe...
All Items : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1900 item #1063666
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$1,295.00
Inuit hand carved, articulated wooden doll from West Greenland (Kalaallit Nunaat in Inuit language). The dolls arms and legs are hinged with wooden pins and the clothing is made of hand made, with embroidered cotton, leather and sealskin. Dates from about 1890 to 1910. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Length 16 inches, width 4½ inches, depth 2½ inches, weight 9 ounces.
Please note that this item cannot be shipped to the USA.

All Items : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1837 VR item #1063122
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$1350.00
Native Indian metal trade knife marked " A B & C" on the tang. Bought from a collector in British Columbia, possibly Cree or Blackfoot

Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Length 11 ½ inches long, width 2 3/8 inches wide, weight 6 ounces.

All Items : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1837 VR item #1063120
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$1650.00
Indian metal trade spear point. Recovered on the coast of New England many years ago. The spear point was found in the woods sticking in a tree that had rotted and fallen down. You can see how deep it was imbedded in the wood as the tip is lighter in color than the rest of the metal. This item was recovered in the traditional hunting grounds of the Abenaki Indians and this prized possession was lost either during a hunting expedition or possibly during a skirmish with an enemy...
All Items : Militaria : Pre 1900 item #1063116
Eric's Fabulous Finds
$400.00
In 1818 Thomas Griffin Hiatt appears for the first time in the Wrightson Directory as a manufacturer of felon's irons and gate locks, they were located on Moor St. in Birmingham. A few years later Hiatt moved around the corner to #26 Masshouse Lane, where he is located in the next edition of the Wrightson's Birmingham directory as a manufacturer of felon's irons, gate locks, handcuffs, horse and dog collars...
All Items : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1900 item #1060857
Eric's Fabulous Finds
$850.00
A very fine Shamanic medicine container made by a Cree Medicine Man in the mid 1800's, complete with its original contents. The parfleche (deerskin rawhide) material was shaped with exquisite craftsmanship into a small circular box with a tightly fitting lid. The contents of the pouch are the original materials used for healing incantations and include twigs, bark, sap and what appears to be seeds...
 
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