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Thoughts on the Kentucky rifle in its golden age.

Joe Kindig

Thoughts on the Kentucky rifle in its golden age.

by Joe Kindig

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Published by G. N. Hyatt in [Wilmington, Del.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rifles -- History.,
  • Firearms -- Collectors and collecting.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMary Ann Cresswell, editor; Samuel E. Dyke [and] Henry J. Kauffman, research; Bluford W. Muir, photographer.
    ContributionsCresswell, Mary Ann, ed.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNK6912 .K5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 561 p.
    Number of Pages561
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5831799M
    LC Control Number61023719
    OCLC/WorldCa7096184

    Get this from a library! Thoughts on the Kentucky rifle in its golden age.. [Joe Kindig] -- Flintlock rifles were produced chiefly along the Appalachian piedmont from the eastern border of Pennsylvania to South Carolina. Among the localities in this region, distinctly different artistic. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kindig, Joe. Thoughts on the Kentucky rifle in its golden age. [Wilmington, Del.] G.N. Hyatt,

    Bookseller: Ron Peterson Antiques (US) Bookseller Inventory #: Title: Thoughts on the Kentucky Rifle in its Golden Age Author: Mary Ann Cresswell, Editor; Book condition: Used - Fine Jacket condition: N/A; Quantity available: 1. This rifle is a copy of the so-called “JD” rifle pictured in Joe Kindig Junior’s “Thoughts on the Kentucky Rifle in its Golden Age.” It includes forty-seven Sterling Silver and brass inlays, as well as the distinctive Upper Susquehana style of incised carving.

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Thoughts on the Kentucky rifle in its golden age by Joe Kindig Download PDF EPUB FB2

Editorial Reviews. Kindig's thoughts concern American flintlock rifles as works of art. Many separate schools of gunsmithing from early Pennsylvania and Maryland are treated here. On the basis of information gained since this book was first published inDr. George Shumway has provided many annotations and some additional illustrations/5(3).

Joe Kindig's _Thoughts on the Kentucky Rifle_ is a major work, cataloguing as it does the exhaustive Kindig longrifle collection. Even now, thirty seven years after its initial publication, no other work in the field (with the possible exception of George Shumway's _Rifles of Colonial America_, in two volumes,) comes close to its breadth of analysis, or to the sheer number of splendid arms /5(3).

Thoughts On The Kentucky Rifle In It's Golden Age Hardcover – January 1, by Joe Jr. Kindig (Author)5/5(4). This shopping feature will continue to load items. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. Back. Thoughts on the Kentucky rifle in its golden age (Longrifle series) Joe Kindig/5(4).

Thoughts on the Kentucky rifle in its golden age (Longrifle series) Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Kindig's thoughts concern American flintlock rifles as works of art and this book is a grand display of this art.5/5(4).

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Published by Trimmer Printing, Inc.; George N. Hyatt (Wilmington, Delaware) (). Thoughts on the Kentucky rifle in its golden age by Joe Kindig; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Biography, Collectors and collecting, Firearms, Gunsmiths, History, Kentucky rifle, Rifles; Places: Pennsylvania.

Thoughts on the Kentucky rifle in its golden age (Longrifle series): Joe Kindig. Joe Kindig. Thoughts on the Kentucky Rifle in Its Golden Age A very special 1st edition of Joe Kindig's "Thoughts On The Kentucky Rifle In Its Golden Age".

Limited to copies, it is half leather bound, slipcased, signed by Kindig and everybody that participated in its production, it has a silk marker ribbon, and a few of the plates are in full : Contemporary Makers. Thoughts on the Kentucky rifle in its golden age. Joe Kindig. G.N Schroyer Golden Age gunsmith high comb high relief identical indicate Jacob Dickert Jacob Sell John Armstrong John Meals John Noll Kentucky rifle makers Lancaster County later learned his trade Leonard Reedy listed Littlestown Thoughts on the Kentucky rifle in its golden.

Thoughts on the Kentucky Rifle in its Golden Age Author Kindig, Joe Jr Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - G+ (No dj; some fading to binding; book is slightly bent; pages and illus.

are clean; marks from previous library.) Quantity available 1 Binding Hardcover Publisher Trimmer Printing / George N. Hyatt Place of Publication.

For sale a copy of Thoughts on the Kentucky Rifle in it's Golden Age by Joe Kindig, Jr. Published in by George Shumway Publisher. Part of the longrifle series.

Limited first printing of copies. Comprehensive history of the Kentucky long rifle. pages of text and photos. Jacket a little scuffed, book itself in excellent Rating: % positive.

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Item # Kindig Price/ea. $ Average Rating. ARTIFACT: Wonderfully preserved copy of the book: "Thoughts on the Kentucky Rifle in its Golden Age Longrifle Series" written by Joe Kindig, Jr.

with dust jacket. Joe Kindig, Jr. is a well-known and respected antique dealer and his book is large, pages and contains tremendous amounts of reference material, personal thoughts and. Thoughts on the Kentucky Rifle in its Golden Age by Joe Kindig. Trimmer Printing / George N.

Hyatt, York, Penna. / Wilmington, Del, Hardcover. First edition. From the DJ: "Here, at last, between the covers of this handsome book is the definitive treatise on Kentucky rifles that students and collectors have long been Rating: % positive.

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Thoughts on the Kentucky rifle in its golden age by Joe Kindig,G. Shumway edition, in English - Annotated 2nd :   : Thoughts on the Kentucky Rifle in Its Golden Age, Annotated Second Edition: Thick Quarto. pages, index. The importance of this second edition is it contains new information about the gunsmiths and illustrations not available in the earlier edition.

The 18th Century Rococo designs are shown with the extensive use of C-scrolls, S-Scrolls, foliation and cross hatching.In Thoughts on the Kentucky Rifle in Its Golden Age – Annotated 3rd Edition, author Joe Kindig, Jr. defines the American Longrifle as the finest example of truly American rococo art, using rifles from his extensive collection.