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Woolen Sash THIS sash is made from 100% wool with all natural dye colors. 104" long and 2 1/2" wide. $55.00
Ladies Dress Gloves These fancy fingerless glovelets are made of knitted cotton that have lace and silk flowers applied to the wrist area. One size fits all. Open stock $10.00
Standard Priming Horn These match the antiqued large and medium standard horns. They range from 6" to about 8 1/2". The horn shown is 8 1/4. There is an open stock on these, all at the same price. Sets matched at your request and sizes picked to suit your taste. $28.00
Woolen Sash This one measures 110" x 2 3/4" and is made of Wilde brand 3 strand rug wool. All natural dye colors. $75.00
Rogers' Rangers Print This is a limited edition, signed and numbered print titled "Rogers' Rangers and Their 1758 Uniforms" by artist & historian Gary Zaboly. The print was used as an illustration in the recent book "The Annotated and Illustrated Journals of Major Robert Rogers". This print has appeared in Muzzeloader Magazine and was recommended by publisher Bill Scurlock. I have sole reproduction rights and have a made limited run of 250 prints available for sale; each with an original signature and number added by Gary. The print will NEVER be reproduced again either numbered or unnumbered. Along with the print you will receive a text explaining all the uniforms and accoutrements seen on the rangers. Depicted is Captain John Stark, a second officer and three rangers about to go out on a scout from their base camp on Rogers' Island adjacent to Fort Edward, New York at the head waters of the Hudson River. The print you will receive will be infinately more detailed than the photocopied facsimile shown on the site. Thanks to the finest laser drum photography and modern printing methods your print will be as detailed as my original artwork. The prints are 12"x18" and may easily be matted and placed in a readily found and inexpensive 16"x20" frame. I will send you the next lowest number available unless you request another. $4.00 is required for a protective mailing tube and 1st class domestic postage. $15.00
Leather Bound Garters This set of garters is made of premium quality Persian lamb wool, has had the ends bound with natural color, oiled 4/5 oz. cowhide and has enough leather thong attached to tie around the largest calf. The garter alone measures 10" x 1 1/4" $30.00
Decorated Wooden Shoes These authentic (carved in Holland) wooden shoes have been painted, sealed and hand painted with Pennsylvania German "stroke work" designs from the second half of the 18th century. For someone wishing to wear them, these are European size 26 / US size 8. $55.00
Decorated Wooden Shoes These authentic (carved in Holland) wooden shoes have been painted, sealed and hand painted with Pennsylvania German "stroke work" disigns of the second half of the 18th century. For those who would wish to wear them, these are European size 26 / US size 8. $55.00
Decorated Cutting Board This hard wood 8" x 12" cutting board has been painted, sealed and hand painted with Pennsylvania German "stroke work" similar to that of the late 18th century. $25.00
Hugh Wynn Free Quaker :Sometime Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel on the Staff of His Excellency General George Washington By S. Weir Mitchell. The story of a young Philadelphia man whose conflict between his pacifist religion and sense of patriotism took him from the enlisted ranks to the General Staff of the Continental Army. This edition published in 1900 by The Century Co. N.Y. 12 illustrations. A little wobbly but overall in good condition for a 100& year old book. The spine has darkened more than the front & back boards. An excellent story. $20.00
The Lasting of the Mohicans (History of an American Myth) By Martin Barker & Roger Sabin. Why has this book by J.F. Cooper been so popular since it was published in 1826? Why has it been the subject of many films from 1909 to 1992, television shows and TV movies, countless editions of books, comic books, toys and lunch boxes? These two British historians give their ideas. Well written with lots of vintage photos and illustrations. Soft cover. Regular price of this book in New condition is $16.95. Several available at only $13.00. $13.00
Looking Glass This small hardwood hand mirror is often purchased by either Indian warriors to use while applying their face paint or by frontier ladies to see better and tidy up their make up. Have a good stock on hand. $2.50
ABOUT OUR OLD WEST HOLSTERS AND GUNBELTS Since 1988 I've been researching and making authentic pre 1900 Old West gun leather for the cowboy re-enactor and SASS shooter. Since then I can account for reproducing over 100 variations of holsters that I've seen in museums, private collections or period photos. I've branched out to reproduce the Hollywood gun leather of the "B" westerns of the 1930s and 40s, the fast draw rigs from the TV westerns of the late 50s and the stylized belt and holster sets of the "spaghetti" westerns of the early 70s. All these leather goods are personally designed, hand cut, hand sewn, oiled and dyed to your specifications. True custom work. I've recreated Old West gun rigs for all the single action guns, the cap & ball revolvers of the 1840s to 1860s and even for more modern double action guns. The items you see on the site are available for immediate delivery for the guns specified in the caption. If you need something else, something similar,something for a different gun or of a different size, please inquire either by phone or email. I'll quote a price and estimated time of delivery. Check the catagory periodically as I get to post more items; holsters, gunbelts, bullet loop belt slides, etc, etc.Sorry, At present I no longer have the time to make modern holsters. $
The Sagamore Hill This Mexican Loop style holster is a duplicate of the type used by a young Teddy Roosevelt while he ranched in North Dakota and which now hangs in the gun room of his house "Sagamore Hill" in Oyster Bay, N.Y. In the 1880s this was in popular use in Wyoming and Montana, made by several famous makers. My version is made of 8-9 oz. oak tanned leather. This fits a Ruger Vaquero or Colt SAA with a 4 3/4" barrel. Medium-dark russet color,plain design, right handed. $sample shown
The Camp Verde An Arizona style holster of the 1880s to 90s for a Colt SAA with 4 3/4" barrel. This has border tooling and a separate retainer strap rivited to the holster skirt. Right handed, medium-dark russet color. The original, which accommodated a 7 1/2" gun, was seen in a museum. $sample shown
Infantryman 2 1/4" x 2" $13.00
Coach & Horses 3 1/2" x 1 1/2" $20.00
Lady Churning Butter 6 1/2" x 3 1/4" $30.00
Colonial Oxcart 4 1/2" x 2 3/8" $28.00
Large Heart with Basket of Roses 5" x 5 1/4" $24.00
Cottage 3 1/2" x 3" $19.00
Rustic Home 3 3/4" x 2 3/4" $18.00
Stork Delivering Baby 2 3/4" x 2" $14.00
Baby Tree 5 1/2" x 3 1/2". If only it were this easy! $28.00
Olde Williamsburg Design 3 3/4" x 4 5/8" $26.00

Wayne Zurl
207 Breckenridge Dr.
P.O. Box 70
Walland, TN 37886-0070
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