Those who appreciate fine sporting arms often acquire other interesting items to remind them of special times afield or contribute to the enjoyment of a planned adventure. These treasures usually return to the market in conjunction with a collection of firearms. Accordingly, Sportsman’s Legacy is pleased to offer a selection of wildlife and sporting art, fine books and sporting collectibles for consideration.

Boone and Crockett Club medals from 1968 Awards Period Dinner, set of two, inscribed, new condition

Boone and Crockett Club medal honoring Daniel Boone. Presented to members and their guests during the Thirteenth Biennial Awards Meeting and dinner at the Carnegie Museum on May 8, 1968, these medallions are exceptionally rare. Measuring three inches wide, the front features a bust of Daniel Boone, the reverse an engraving of Boone meeting with two Native Americans and the spine features the inscription “Boone and Crockett Club Awards – Carnegie Museum – 5/8/68“. Cast by the Medallic Art Company in New York, each medallion rests in a presentation box with literature relating to the subject as well as the association with the Club. Offered here as a set of two medallions, with a handful of sets being available. The price is firm. $150 plus shipping. Proceeds benefit the Boone and Crockett Club.


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Kynoch .500/465 Nitro Express, four boxes, twenty rounds, 480-grain softs, one box from Westley Richards

Kynoch .500/465 Nitro Express ammunition. Four boxes of five rounds each (20 total rounds) of 480-grain softs. Box condition ranges from very good to excellent. Two are sealed, including one with a Westley Richards stamp. Five of the rounds have some tarnish, five do not and the seals on the other two boxes are unbroken. The price is firm. $250 plus shipping.


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Warthog skull, large tusks, professionally cleaned and prepared, fine condition

Complete warthog skull with wonderful tusks. Taken in Namibia in 2015, this large male was professionally cleaned and prepared. Nothing more needs to be done, as it is ready to display. Upper and lower tusks are intact. The smaller, lower tusks cracked during cleaning, but have been repaired. The small front teeth are missing, as is common, but the “eatin’ teeth” remain. Upper tusks extend approximately four inches from the skull when measured around the curl. The price is firm and layaway is available. $300 plus shipping.


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Ruana hatchet, last one made by Rudy Ruana, 1983, signed, never afield, history letter

Likely the last Ruana hatchet made by Rudy Ruana. Signed “1983 R. H. Ruana“, and accompanied by an interesting history, this hatchet was purchased directly from Rudy Ruana shortly before his death by the consignor’s brother (as detailed in a letter to be personally addressed to the purchaser). Mr. Ruana was losing his sight during this time and would align the metal pieces by touch prior to welding. He also dated and signed some of the pieces he did in 1983 as he knew retirement was imminent. To the best of anyone’s ability to determine, it has never been used or taken afield. $1,250 plus shipping.


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Vintage Winchester and Remington flyers in high condition

Lot of vintage firearm-related literature. Winchester items include flyers on the Model 12, 50 and 52; price lists (1949 & 1952), one catalog and a Western Ammunition Handbook. Other items include a superb Remington Model 760 hang tag and manual along with additional items from Anschutz, Bausch & Lomb, Buehler and Freeland. The price is firm and the lot will not be separated. $150 plus shipping.


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