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1.69.2386
hatchet | curved | eye | wid...
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1.69.2386 | back width: 1.125 in, handle length: 16.625 in | Purchased from Spring Creek Antiques for boyhood home architectural display. | Carpenter's hewing hatchet (small broad axe), iron head squared at back with pointed extensions up and down handle, wide curved blade, oblong eye, slightly curved wood handle canted to right side. Well use. | 1.69.2386.JPG | hatchet | curved | eye | wide | squared | oblong | iron | blade | head

1.69.1681
cane | metal | handle | varn...
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1.69.1681 | ca. 1890 | L: 35.5 in | Gift of Irving H. "Larry" Larom Estate | Varnished wooden walking cane with rubber bottom, curved handle with metal tip, c. 1890. | 1.69.1681.jpg | cane | metal | handle | varnished | bottom | curved | wooden | tip | rubber

1.69.1447
stick | curved | tip | wood ...
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1.69.1447 | L: 23.625 in | Part fo wooden working stick with curved handle, metal tip, n.d. | 1.69.1447.jpg | stick | curved | tip | wood | handle | metal

1.69.2401
axe | squared | iron | large...
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1.69.2401 | back width: 1.375 in, blade length: 9.625 in, handle length: 24.75 in | Purchased from Spring Creek Antiques for boyhood home architectural display. See document file. | Left rear of head is stamped: [cow]/[illegible]. | Large broadaxe, heavy iron head squared at back with pointed extension up and down handle, wide blade with curved back corners, oblong eye, slightly curved wood handle canted to left side. | 1.69.2401.jpg | axe | squared | iron | large | curved | blade | handle | eye | wood | oblong | wide

1.69.2006
horn | steel | screw | curve...
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1.69.2006 | overall length: 8.75 in, width: 3 in | Curved horn from a side saddle. Leather covered wooden shank. Flat face has tooled design. Steel screw for installation | 1.69.2006view2.JPG | 1.69.2006view1.JPG | horn | steel | screw | curved | wooden | leather | tooled

1988.8.278
Browning, J.M., Ogden, UT | ...
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1988.8.278 | ca. 1885 | L: 46 in, Barrel length: 27.125 in, H: 8.25 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | The Model 1886 lever action repeating rifle was developed to handle powerful center fire cartridges. Based on a Browning patent (U.S. 306,577), with improvements by Winchester master designer William Mason, the Model 1886 incorporated strong vertical bolt locks and a very smooth action. Magazine capacity varied depending on magazine length and cartridge caliber (cartridges ranged from .33 W.C.F. to .50/110 Express). Receivers were casehardened until 1901, when blued finish became standard. This experimental sporting rifle was one of John Browning's first attempts with a lever action repeating design which led to the development of the Model 1886. The action on this sample must be open to release the loading gate on the right side to load cartridges into the magazine. | bottom receiver/76__/bbl/45 GOVT./ | Cataloged by BCD 4/91. The middle of the barrel is missing blue--from storage rack wear--and there is deep pitting on the right side of the lever. | experimental | .45-70 | 763X | 1988.8.278v1.jpg | 1988.8.278v2.jpg | firearm | checkered | magazine | adjustable | sporting | buttplate | receiver in the bright | curved | steel | stock | octagon barrel | front sight | tubular | blade | barrel and magazine tube blued | buckhorn | repeating | forend cap, lever, trigger, hammer, buttplate casehardened | experimental | barrel | rounded | finish | rear sight | deluxe walnut | varnished | Experimental John M. Browning Rifle Maker: Browning, J.M.; Ogden, UT Serial Number: 76XX Caliber: .45-70 Date: ca. 1885 Catalogue Number: 1988.8.278 Gift of Olin Corporation Winchester Arms Collection This experimental rifle represents one of Browning's first attempts to design a lever action rifle capable of using high velocity cartridges. | Browning, J.M., Ogden, UT

1.69.1688
cane | wood | metal | bottom...
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1.69.1688 | ca. 1890 | L: 35.5 in | Gift of Irving H. "Larry" Larom Estate | Plain wooden walking cane with curved handle and metal spike end at bottom, c. 1890. | 1.69.1688.jpg | cane | wood | metal | bottom | curved | handle | spike

NA.108.33
Unknown | bow lance | leathe...
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NA.108.33 | L: 76.375 in, width: 1.875 in | Chandler-Pohrt Collection, Gift of Mr. William D. Weiss | Function: Utensils and implements - Fighting. Object: Bow lance - wooden curved bow, crosses and lightning designs painted in red and blue; leather wrapped around center for handle; rawhide bowstring; large metal double edge blade at one end. | na.108.33.jpg | lightning | crosses | bow lance | leather | wood | rawhide | blade | curved | metal | Unknown

1.69.1687
cane | tip | wood | varnishe...
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1.69.1687 | ca. 1920 | L: 35.25 in | Gift of Irving H. "Larry" Larom Estate | inscribed St. Moritz | Varnished wooden walking cane with curved handle, metal tip at bottom, metal decoration attached of mountain sheep inscribed, St. Moritz and a mountain village scene, c. 1920. | 1.69.1687.jpg | mountain village scene | mountain sheep | cane | tip | wood | varnished | handle | metal | curved

1988.8.279
Browning Brothers, Ogden, UT...
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1988.8.279 | ca. 1885 | L: 45.75 in, Barrel length: 27.125 in, H: 8.25 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | The Model 1886 lever action repeating rifle was developed to handle powerful center fire cartridges. Based on a Browning patent (U.S. 306,577), with improvements by Winchester master designer William Mason, the Model 1886 incorporated strong vertical bolt locks and a very smooth action. Magazine capacity varied depending on magazine length and cartridge caliber (cartridges ranged from .33 W.C.F. to .50/110 Express). Receivers were casehardened until 1901, when blued finish became standard. This experimental sporting rifle was one of John Browning's sample designs which led to the development of the Model 1886. The rifle has a two-piece bolt with a rising locking lug. | bbl top/45 GOVT/receiver top/BROWNING BROS, OGDEN, UT/rear sight/1876/ | Cataloged by BCD 4/91. The middle of the barrel is missing blue--from storage rack wear. There is rust on the receiver, barrel, end cap, and under forend. | Experimental John Browning | .45-70 | none | 1988.8.279v2.jpg | 1988.8.279v1.jpg | firearm | buttplate | repeating | blade | experimental | rounded | octagon barrel | open | checkered | sporting | rear sights | forend cap, lever, trigger, hammer, buttplate casehardened | steel | deluxe walnut | tubular | barrel | barrel and magazine tube blued | magazine | varnished | finish | curved | adjustable | stock | ladder | front sight | receiver in the bright | Experimental John M. Browning Rifle Maker: Browning Brothers; Ogden, UT Serial Number: None Caliber: .45-70 Date: ca. 1885 Catalogue Number: 1988.8.279 Gift of Olin Corporation Winchester Arms Collection This experimental rifle incorporates a number of design features which were used in the Winchester Model 1886. | Browning Brothers, Ogden, UT

NA.505.17
drumstick | wood | carved | ...
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NA.505.17 | L: 15.25 in | Ritual and Recreation: Musical Instruments. Curved and carved wood. | NA.505.17.JPG | na.505.17.jpg | drumstick | wood | carved | curved

1.69.722A
knife | black | leather | st...
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1.69.722A | ca. 1880 | overall length: 11.375 in, blade length: 6.5 in | Hunting knife, handmade. Curved steel blade with 2 1/2" straight bar guard (cast in one piece?). Bone handle with lead (?) butt and hilt poured/pounded around guard. | 1.69.722a.jpg | knife | black | leather | steel | handstitched | handle | blade | handmade | curved | bone

1.69.1786A
table | cabriole | circular ...
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1.69.1786A | 1930 | Diameter: 20 in, H: 28.25 in | Walnut Italian renaissance end table, or occasional table. Circular top with curved edges with quarter sectioned walnut veneer and carved skirt. Cabriole legs carved at knee and four with crossing S-curved stretchers and upright finial at center. Gift of the above source. ORIGIN: Where This table was given to Dick Frost by Mrs. Hughes of Lovell, Wyoming, in 1975. It was originally a wedding gift to Mrs. Hughes. | 1.69.1786A.JPG | table | cabriole | circular | upright finial | walnut | veneer | edges | S-curved stretchers | tops | center | legs | curved