Michael Tuccori Antiques and Fine Art, LLC
Specializing in American Furniture and Kentucky Rifles from Virginia and the South

Michael Tuccori Antiques
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Kentucky Rifles and Accouterments

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Alexander McGilvary long rifle Alexander McGilvary long rifle, signed on the barrel McGilvary. Rockingham County, Virginia. Curly maple full stock with silver inlays. Converted to percussion. Barrel length 41 in.
Amos Sifers maple full stock rifle Amos Sifers rifle (owner). Brass mounted, maple full stock flintlock rifle, from Brumleys Gap, Washington County, Virginia. Brass patch box with hidden release and bone front sight. Full genealogy of Sifers family included. Barrel length 47 in.
Chief grade War of 1812 trade gun Chief grade War of 1812 trade gun with silver wrist escuteon. Barrel length 34 in. See Hanson "Firearms of the Fur Trade", pages 240-245.
American revolutionary war curly maple fowler American Revolutionary War curly maple fowler with British mounts in flintlock condition. Barrel length 36 in.
Henry Spitzer Virginia long rifle Henry Spitzer Virginia long rifle (unsigned). New Market, Virginia. Brass and silver engraved mounts with silver wire decoration. Carved butt stock, incorporating silver inlay and silver wire on cheek rest and comb. Barrel length 46 in. Converted to percussion. As found condition.
Haymaker Rifle Virginia long rifle, attributed to the Haymaker shop, Winchester, Virginia. Circa 1770 to 1780. Carved curly maple stock with wooden patchbox. Octagon to round smooth rifle. 51.34 in. Barrel, .58 caliber.
Pewter French and Indian war pipe tomahawk Pewter French and Indian war (1750-1760) pipe tomahawk. Presentation or chiefs trade ax, made for distribution to Indian allies. An example is documented in 1756 in the Sir William Johnson papers. LOA is 16.5 in. Ash shaft. Tomahawk is decorated with pewter inlays, cap and mouth piece. In untouched original surface. An extremely rare American colonial object.