Corner Corner
Home
About Us
Our Products
Ordering
Specials & News
Guns
Horns
Leather Goods
Knives Etc.
Woven Items
Books
Delft Tiles
   Occupation
   Landscape &c.
   Transfer Ware
   Special Order
Cookie Molds
Folk Pottery
Jewelry
Ladies Finery
Cowboy Gear
Other Goods
Magazines
Event Schedule
Links
Contact Us
Vertical Rule
Online Catalog

Prices do not include Shipping. Please see the Ordering page for Shipping costs.

Click on Thumbnail for Larger Image.
Product Description Image Price
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
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
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
Black Claw Pendant These are carved from cow bone and stained black by Iroquois women in Ontario. They are about 2 1/2" tall. PRICE ON THESE INCLUDE 1st CLASS DOMESTIC POSTAGE. $2.50
White Claw Pendant These are hand carved from bleached cow bone by Iroquois women from Ontario. Each is about 2 1/2" tall. PRICE ON THESE INCLUDES 1ST CLASS DOMESTIC POSTAGE. $2.50
Turtle Clan Pendant These are hand carved from bleached cow bone by Iroquois women from Ontario. They are about 1 1/2" tall. Quite appropriate for all you fans of the lads from Last of the Mohicans; Chingachgook, Uncas and Hawkeye (by adpotion) were members of the Turtle Clan. PRICE ON THESE INCLUDES 1ST CLASS DOMESTIC POSTAGE. $3.00
Eagle Clan Pendant These are hand carved from bleached cow bone by Iroquois women from Ontario. Each is about 2" tall. Please note: These are white; we can thank Hewlett-Packard for the lovely aqua tint on the photo. PRICE INCLUDES 1ST CLASS DOMESTIC POSTAGE. $3.50
Bone Arrowhead Pendant These are hand carved from bleached cow bone by Iroquois women from Ontario. Each is about 1 3/4" tall. PRICE INCLUDES 1ST CALSS DOMESTIC POSTAGE. Once again, my apologies, these are pure white not aqua. Blame H-P not yours truly. $2.50
Old Hooded Cradle We doubt that this doll sized old cradle is a genuine antique (over 100 years old) but it is probably at least 40 to 50 years old. It is patterned after the 18th and early 19th century hooded cradles often seen at historic homes and museums. It is 18 1/2" long x 12" wide x 11'1/2" high. Made of full 1/2" pine boards with 3/4" rockers, it has been varnished on the inside to a natural pine color and painted black on the outside as was done with the majority of colonial era furniture. In excellent condition. We were told this was made in Kentucky. $65.00


Wayne Zurl
207 Breckenridge Dr.
P.O. Box 70
Walland, TN 37886-0070
865-977-5034
wayzur865@aol.com
Corner Corner
Copyright © 2003 Wayne Zurl. All rights reserved.
Web Site Designed and Hosted by Historical Enterprises.