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A. J. DeCamp Custom Powder Horns
Contemporary Powder Horns & Accoutrements for sale:
North Carolina 3-Banded horn of Randolph County style:  This circa 1790's to 1810 North Carolina horn is patterned after originals. The cherry wood butt has a long button for strap attachment, with brass headed tack in the center of the button.  The two-piece antler turned tip is pinned in place on the spout end of the horn.  Two contrasting horn bands are on the natural colored semi-translucent horn body.  There is also a contrast horn band at the butt end of the horn.

This measures approximately 12" across, 2-5/16" diameter at the butt and could be carried either right or left side.  It will ride perfectly on a hunting bag.

Price = $390.00, with free shipping
North Carolina 4-Banded horn of Randolph County style:  This circa 1790's to 1810 North Carolina horn is patterned after originals. The maple wood butt has a long button for strap attachment, with brass headed tack in the center of the button.  There is a contrasting wide horn band at the butt end of the horn and three contrasting horn bands are on the natural colored semi-translucent horn body.  The two-piece turned antler tip is pinned to the spout end of the horn.

This horn measures approximately 12" across, 2-1/2" diameter at the butt and could be carried either right or left side.  It will ride perfectly on a hunting bag.

Price = $395.00, with free shipping
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Engraved Virginia "Kings Mountain" Screw-tip Powder Horn:  This circa 1780's Virginia screw-tip horn is patterned after EH-25 in Jay Hopkins book "Bone-tipped and Banded Horns".  The original had a family history of Kings Mountain Battle carry by its original owner.  The engraving on this horn is similar and like other Virginia horns from the area of South central VA.  The walnut butt has an integral button for strap attachment, and is highlighted with black paint accents.  The turned horn internal screw tip and collar are also highlighted with black paint accents.  The golden/brown horn body is engraved with a border and cartouche with stylized tobacco leaves.  The center of the cartouche is left open so Your Initials Can Be Added. This horn measures 12" across, 2-3/4" diameter at the butt and is set for right side carry.

Price = $385.00, with free shipping.  Includes adding up to three engraved initials in cartouche.
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 "Aged" Virginia Style Screw-tip Powder Horn:  This circa 1780's Virginia screw-tip horn is patterned after VM-1 (Virginia Miscellaneous) in Jay Hopkins book "Bone-tipped and Banded Horns".  This horn is clearly influenced by the Early Philadelphia style horn.  Its design is simplified and made using slightly different techniques.  The walnut butt has a metal staple strap attachment.  There is a horn band applied just below the butt using brass nails.  The band has been "worn" almost flat on the inside carry portion to simulate heavy carry.  The turned horn internal screw tip and collar are similar to earlier designs.  The collar is retained by one leg of the wire staple.  The body of the horn was scraped and patina has been applied to this "aged" horn.  The horn measures 11" across, 2-3/4" diameter at the butt and is set for right side carry.

Price = $395.00, with free shipping.