"Sawed-Off" 1881 Replica Cap Gun

The Street Howitzer was a favorite of barkeeps and is reputed to have been used by Doc Holiday in the gunfight at the OK Corral. This non-firing replica features break open 13" double barrels with functioning hammer and triggers. Walnut stained solid wood grips.

Stage Coach Gun

‘Riding Shotgun' was a hard and sometimes fatal occupation for those guards brave enough to provide security for the stagecoach routes in the Wild West. When insuring a safe ride through hostile territory was the job, your trusty shotgun was your last and best line of defense.

Old Time Rocking Horse

The expert skills of wood carvers, cabinetmakers and saddlers are evident in this large-sized reproduction of a rocking horse dating back to the 19th century. It is hand carved in top quality plantation-grown mahogany, with exquisite hand blown glass eyes and outfitted with a handmade western saddle with hefty brass stirrups and tack of real bridle leather.

Hornet Racer

Cast of Aircraft Aluminum, the Hornet is a reproduction of the Cox Thimble Drome Tether Cars of the late 1940's. Those early model cars are highly collectible today.

1937 Ranger J-Class Racing Yacht

The 1937 Ranger was a J-class racing yacht that successfully defeated the British Endeavor to win the America's cup. The Ranger totally dominated the trials and Cup Races of 1937, winning 35 of the 37 starts.

Fisherman Balancing Toy

Teach a man to fish and, well you know the rest of the story. This is an unusual accessory for your fishing cabin or as a focal point in your nautical collection. Move the toy on its pivot and watch as the fisherman as he checks his line for the next big one.

M1873 Revolver Cap Pistol

This replica Army pistol will make a great accessory for cowboy action shooters.

Rodeo Cowboy Balancing Act

Here’s your physics lesson: you can balance an object on a tiny point, if the object’s center of gravity is directly below the point of support. Around for centuries, balancing toys are designed to swing from left to right, capture your attention and keep you intrigued with how it can possibly stay in place.

Maserati Desk Racer

Hand cast and extravagantly finished, this aluminum Maserati desk racer is a flashback to the 50s, when legends such as Jack Brabham, Stirling Moss and Fangio put it all on the line at the Italian Grand Prix at the Monza Road Circuit.

Defender

This pond yacht is a replica of Defender, the 1895 America's Cup defender. Affiliated with the New York Yacht Club, she was designed by Nathanael Greene Herreshoff, built by Herreshoff Manufacturing Company in a closed-off hangar, and launched at night so as to conceal her construction.

King of the Skies Pedal Plane

Take to the friendly skies with another plane inspired by the 1940s. This pedal airplane has lots of chrome - windshield, steering wheel, hood scoops, propeller, and hubcaps - with a shiny red automotive powder coat lead-free paint job.

Pursuit Pedal Plane

Designed after an original U.S. pursuit plane, this airplane pedal car will bring you many years of enjoyment. With lots of chrome - windshield, steering wheel, hood scoops, propeller, and hub caps and features a shiny silver powder coat lead-free paint.

Rocking Bull

Not your everyday rocking horse, this solid wood Rocking Bull will bring a smile to the faces of all your Christmas day guests and provide hours of enjoyment for your little one. Sure to become an heirloom to be handed down from generation to generation.

Road Hog Trike

All of the parents and grandparents in our office think this one is a doozie. Made of high quality steel and identical in every way to the Sky King of old, this one is 26" high with a beautiful black powder, child safe, non-toxic (LEAD FREE) coating, chrome trim, chrome wheels, leather tassels, and padded adjustable spring seat.

Child's Pull Sled

Made of exterior-varnished ash and red stained maple, this sled is ideally suited to be a pull sled for a small child.

HO Scale Santa Fe Train

In Germany in 1947, our family followed my father who was serving in the United States Army, I was 13. For Christmas, my brother, sister and I got the most complete electric train I had ever seen. It had all the cars the tiny engine could pull and lots of track. It was wonderful! Only my first set of snow skis could pull me away from it. I do not know if this set will be as much pleasure for you and your kids (or grandkids), but I sure hope so!

American Bison Football

My football career was very short lived, but I always enjoyed throwing the ball around at family gatherings.

World War I Sopwith Camel

The Sopwith Camel bi-plane was responsible for more aerial victories than any other Allied airplane during WWI. Called the camel because of the hump over the twin machine guns, it was credited with shooting down 1,294 enemy aircraft.

Red Baron Triplane

During World War I, air combat was the stuff from which legends were made. Ace pilots were household names and the results of air duels between German and Allied air forces were printed daily in newspapers across the world. Perhaps the most famous fighting ace was Manfred von Richthofen, known to the English speaking world as the Red Baron.

Handcrafted Bent Maple Toboggan

Not your typical hardware store toy! This beautiful, hardwood toboggan was designed after an antique model that graced the pages of a popular mail order catalog of the '20s.