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T W Tignor-BH-Shotgun-1920 Richmond Va
Item #: NEW-0015113

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Nice graphic of a shot gun.  T W Tignor also produced shot guns.  Acidic staining on left side and mid top edge.  Customer was P H Martin.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $15.50 USD
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G W Stratton-Macon Ga-1879 BH-Shot Guns More
Item #: NEW-0014835

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dingy back 

Shipping Weight: 0.2 lb
Price: $11.50 USD
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Barrett-Castlen-Macon Ga-Shot Guns-Pistols-187-BH
Item #: NEW-0014821

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One fold

Shipping Weight: 0.2 lb
Price: $27.50 USD
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B A Wise-Cutlery-Macon Ga-BH-1872
Item #: NEW-0014673

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This purchase was made by John C Curd, historic hardware store owner.  Image of Buck's Brilliant Stoves.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $15.50 USD
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1907 Winchester Guns-Color Graphics-Bristol Tennessee
Item #: NEW-0012799

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Cancel is from Bristol Tennessee and advertising for the Mitchell-Powers Hardware Company in Bristol, Va-Tenn. Wear to the cover, the worst being the roughly opened edge and a long separation at the bottom edge.  See scan. to view the other wear.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $67.50 USD
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Peters Arms-Sporting Goods-Cincinnati-1902 Invoice
Item #: NEW-0012774

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This invoice is in poor condition but it is such an important company that I purchased it anyway.  Edge tears and dingy appearance.  Please study the scan carefully. Arms ammunition fishing tackle

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $12.50 USD
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Todd's Gun Store-Montgomery Al-1926 Invoice
Item #: NEW-0012041

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This was/is a very long existing store in Montgomery.  They dealt in guns, ammunition, fishing tackle and offered safes and locks.  Good condition.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $12.50 USD
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Seltzer-Klahr Hardware-Philadelphia-Winchester Adv Cover
Item #: NEW-0010607

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Left edge roughly torn but little of the content is missing.  Small tear at bottom and light staining. The darkened area covering the left hand side is not on the cover, just in the scan. Cancel from Philadelphia Pa and another on the back which reads 1907 Mantoloking (?)N J.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $67.50 USD
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Elder-Conroy Hardware-Clarksville Tn-1910 Cover
Item #: NEW-0010083

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Please view the scans to see the condition problems on this scarce cover.  US Cartridges

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $67.50 USD
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1852-Billhead-William Read-Guns-Boston Massachusetts
Item #: NEW-0010063

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1852 billhead from a famous gun maker and dealer in Boston Massachusetts from 1826 until 1880. Read also dealt in sporting apparatus and hardware goods and a agent for Ames" shovels and Hazard's Powder. He also issued a famous sports catalog.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $42.50 USD
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Ithaca Guns Envelope-Strong Graphics
Item #: NEW-009849

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Graphic, advertising envelope.  Unused.  Minor wear.  "Still boring Ithaca Guns."

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $55.50 USD
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Hosse-Gun Repair-Pistols-1925 BH-Nashville
Item #: NEW-009607

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Early bill head for a current Nashville Company that now deals with locks.  See scan

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $8.50 USD
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J H Fall Hardware-Nashville-1890 BH
Item #: NEW-008685

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Nice graphics illustrate the products offered by this Hardware store in Nashville Tennessee. Guns, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle etc.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $7.50 USD
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Gray-Fall Co-Nashville-Winchester Shot Guns-Cover
Item #: NEW-007857

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Postally unused advertising cover from Gray, Fall & Company in Nashville Tennessee accompanied by a advertising lettersheet. Features a gun-Winchester Repeating Shot Guns-Repeating and single shot rifles and reloading tools. Price of the gun on the front $25.00. The back also features two different Winchester models. Personal letter is addressed to Edward Hicks and in the hand of S M D Clark. Cover roughly torn on the back. See scan. This would be a great go-with for the Winchester collector.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $85.50 USD
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J B F Champlin-Cattaraugus Cutlery-Case Knives-1919
Item #: NEW-007215

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Neat invoice from the Little Valley New York cutlery company which has an engraving of the founder of the company, J B F Champlin. Also has ghost images of knifes, scissors, etc. This would make a good go with for a knife collector. Case Here is a brief history of this famous company which is from the web. The company was founded by John B.F. Champlin and originally called J.B.F. Champlin, later J.B.F. Champlin & Son. In 1886, Champlinís brothers-in-law, the four Case brothers, W.R., John D., Jean, and Andrew joined the company. It then became known as the Cattaraugus Cutlery Company. They didnít become a manufacturer until about 1890 when they purchased tools and equipment from the Beaver Falls Cutlery Company that had recently gone out of business. Cattaraugus went on to make extremely high quality knives and straight razors that are much sought after by collectors.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $35.50 USD
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Eugene C Lewis-1890 ALS-Gun Powder
Item #: NEW-006528

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This is a one page letter written by famous Nashville citizen Eugene C Lewis to his sister. It is a personal letter regarding legal matters related to Blanche Lewis's adoption of some children. Blanche Lewis was well known as the nurse of the soldiers wounded at Fort Donelson. One tear at one of the folds. At the time this letter was written Lewis was running the Sycamore Powder Company. This powder Mill was established in 1835. About 1868 the company bought the entire machinery of the Confederate Powder Works at Augusta, Ga., and moved it to Sycamore Mills. This plant, later moved to Old Hickory Tennessee and was taken over by DuPont at wars end and remained in production until World War I. The beautiful graphics appear to the labels off the boxes for Tennessee Sporting Gunpowder in Sycamore Tennessee. At the time of this letter the company had moved to Nashville Tennessee. Rather poor condition on the envelope with numerous heavy folds and tear just below the graphics. Lewis was the driving force behind the construction of the Parthenon as well as the Tennessee Centennial Exposition, Union Station and many of Nashville's parks, roadways, boulevards and monuments.

Price: $300.50 USD (Sale Pending)
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Sycamore Powder Mills-Cheatham Co Tn
Item #: NEW-004874

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Beautiful letter sheet which is important to the history of Cheatham County as well as to Nashville Tennessee. Content is business unrelated to the Mill. Advertised Tennessee Sporting and Blasting Powder. This letter sheet is dated 1904, Nashville, with the director being E C Lewis, a major figure in Tennessee history. The letter sheet indicates that the Mill was established in 1835. About 1868 the company bought the entire machinery of the Confederate Powder Works at Augusta, Ga., and moved it to Sycamore Mills. This plant, later moved to Old Hickory Tennessee and was taken over by DuPont at war's end and remained in production until World War I.

Price: $75.50 USD (Sale Pending)
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Winchester Rifle 1880 Illustrated Letter Head
Item #: AME-000828

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Eight and a half by five inch stationary ruled paper with great graphics. titled Winchester Repeating Arms Company. Dated Oct. 21, 1880 from New Haven Connecticut. Folds but otherwise in great condition. This appears to be an autograph letter signed by W W Winchester, President I believe that W W stands for William Wirt Winchester who was the son of Oliver Winchester, founder of the company, who developed the Henry Rifle which was used extensively during the Civil War by the North. William, heir to the Winchester empire died on March 7, 1881, which would be just a few months after this letter was written. This is a business letter, seeking supplies.This would be a nice go with for the Winchester collector.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $200.50 USD
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Catalog Updated
6/7/2017 9:05:00 AM
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