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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J. Lauck longrifle Signed J. Lauck longrifle. Winchester, Virginia. Original flintlock, engraved patchbox, and very well carved. Period brass repair at wrist. Original dry surface. Crisp and clean full stock.
East Tennessee iron and brass long rifle Curly maple East Tennnessee Iron and brass long rifle. Engraved barrel with name and date. Honaker details around cheek rest. Untouched fine curly maple, very slim stock. 47 in barrel.
American Pipe Tomahawk Mid 18th. century American pipe tomahawk. Brass inlay at pipe neck and junction of blade and eye. Ex Rudy Bahr collection.
F Zorger maple fowler F Zorger maple fowler signed on top flat of barrel. Converted to percussion. 37 in. Barrel.
Southern Powder Horn Finely engraved Southern powder horn showing a early two story house and lady of the house, along with a horse, sailing vessel and what probably is a sugar cane mill under a thatched roof structure bordered by pine or palm trees.
Whately Trade Carbine Trade Carbine. Signed Whately. Circa 1720. See Gordons "Great Gunmakers For The Early West" Pages 96-97.
W and G Chance Flintlock Trade Pistol W and G Chance Flintlock Trade Pistol, Circa 1830--1850. Barrel length 13 in. All brass mounts engraved.
H. Derringer Curly Maple Flintlock Contract Pistol H. Derringer Curly Maple Flintlock Contract Pistol.
Sullivan county, Tennessee long rifle.  Silver mounted, curly maple, Sullivan county, Tennessee long rifle. Attributed to Alfred Gross
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.