Scrimshaw Powder Horns: with my links to "How To Build Your Own Powder Horn", and "How to Scrimshaw"

Scrimshaw Powder Horns: with my links to "How To Build Your Own Powder Horn", and "How to Scrimshaw"

This artfully engraved powder horn belonging to the prominent Dr. Henry Livingston, Sr. (1714-1799) of Dutchess County, New York, is a singular colonial artifact with a colorful history dating to the early part of the epic French and Indian War. The horn was engraved by Samuel Mor and presented to Dr. Livingston on June 11, 1756, at frontier Saratoga. Remarkably, the well documented artifact has descended in the same family for generations

This artfully engraved powder horn belonging to the prominent Dr. Henry Livingston, Sr. (1714-1799) of Dutchess County, New York, is a singular colonial artifact with a colorful history dating to the early part of the epic French and Indian War. The horn was engraved by Samuel Mor and presented to Dr. Livingston on June 11, 1756, at frontier Saratoga. Remarkably, the well documented artifact has descended in the same family for generations

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Powder Horn,Hunting Equipment,Mountain Man,Flask,Utensils,Horns,Vikings,Armour,Repurposed

Contemporary Makers: Powder Horn by Siegfried Mau with Strap by Tom Condé

Contemporary Makers: Powder Horn by Siegfried Mau with Strap by Tom Condé

Antique Powder Horn w/ Scrimshaw Design of Yellow and Black

Antique Powder Horn w/ Scrimshaw Design of Yellow and Black Bird - Very Detailed Color Engraving - Victorian Style Folk Art Primitive

Antique Powder Horn w/ Scrimshaw Design of Yellow and Black

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