Thursday, August 28, 2014

Jan. 12, 1855: “Manufacturer & Importer of Guns, Rifles And Pistols, Double and Single Barrels, Cast Steel & Iron Rifle Barrels”

Vermont Watchman & State Journal, J. Hapgood (Boston) Ad; “Manufacturer & Importer of Guns, Rifles And Pistols, Double and Single Barrels, Cast Steel & Iron Rifle Barrels”, Jan. 12, 1855

Jan. 12, 1855: Sehorn’s/Courtney, Tennent & Co., Charleston, S.C./S.K. Reeder Ad(s) . . .

The Athens Post, Sehorn’s/Courtney, Tennent & Co., Charleston, S.C./S.K. Reeder Ad(s); “Fine Revolving Pistols; Rifle Pistols of all sizes”/”Direct Importers Of Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, Pistols, &c.”/”Rifles. A LOT of Wright’s North Carolina Rifles on han[d] and for sale by S.K. Reeder”, Jan. 12, 1855

Dec. 8, 1854: “has on hand a large and well selected stock of Guns, Pistols, Revolvers, Rifles”/”Brittannia Ware, Guns, Pistols, Revolvers…”

Lewisburg Chronicle, J.O. Richardson Danville Hardware Store Ad(s); “has on hand a large and well selected stock of Guns, Pistols, Revolvers, Rifles”/”Brittannia Ware, Guns, Pistols, Revolvers…”, Dec. 8, 1854

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Nov. 1, 1854: “Awarded at the second Annual Fair . . . 7 Guns and Pistols, J.S. Baker . . . 1 Rifle, James Brandel”

Semi-Weekly Standard, “Awarded at the second Annual Fair . . . 7 Guns and Pistols, J.S. Baker . . . 1 Rifle, James Brandel”, Nov. 1, 1854

Oct. 11, 1854: “Just received, an assortment of Double and Single Barreled Shot Guns, and are daily expecting a large assortment of Rifles, Pistols, Revolvers…”

The Grand River Times, Wm. Preusser & Co. Ad; “Just received, an assortment of Double and Single Barreled Shot Guns, and are daily expecting a large assortment of Rifles, Pistols, Revolvers…”, Oct. 11, 1854

Sept. 7, 1854: “A man with a zone of these pistols around his waist would be well nigh invincible. . . . what with their large contracts with the government and perhaps equally extensive business in the general market…”

Green Mountain Freeman, “A man with a zone of these pistols around his waist would be well nigh invincible. . . . what with their large contracts with the government and perhaps equally extensive business in the general market…”, Sept. 7, 1854