AtlantaCutlery.com carries unique historical curiosities, from whistles and bells, badges and playing cards to nautical compasses and decor.
This kit contains over 80 essential first aid supply items packed into a MOLLE compatible Tactical Convertipack!
This military-inspired first aid kit is housed in a soft canvas pouch with a nylon zipper and belt loop. Includes Steripad, adhesive tape, bandages, alcohol prep pads, towelettes, sugar, soap, and aspirin.
Every vehicle should have a compact basic survival/first aid kit. Fitting easily in a glove box, door pocket, cargo pants, or purse, it holds essential emergency survival supplies in a durable, stainless steel tin. Survival kit includes first aid supplies, fishing line, wire saw, compass, steel multi-tool "card", fire starter, and more!
This whip is made in Spain using genuine split cowhide leather.
Hand made and finished by a single craftsman in Spain using only top grain leather, the workmanship and quality make this 6-foot bullwhip ideal for professional use.
Hand made and finished by a single craftsman in Spain using only top grain leather, the workmanship and quality make this 9-foot bullwhip ideal for professional use.
This iron Railroad Lantern features a kerosene burner on the inside, as well as a rotating case that permits you to cast red, green or plain light through a glass lens (included).
Made from existing antiques for accuracy in size and depth, this Large Miners Pan is made from antiqued, thin gauge steel and hand aged to perfection. You can use it just like the ones employed during the gold rush!
Top Customer Reviews
Review of: Iron Railroad Signal Lantern
Very NICE, brand-new railroad signal! All glass (fixed clear, rotatable colored lenses) is clean, clear and undamaged. Metal lantern body is clean and undamaged, the painted finish unblemished. Definitely a bargain for less than $80!
Reviewed by: George, March 04, 2020
Review of: Old West Pharo Cards
The most interesting of the three items. It shows you just what card players had to deal with, no plastic coating,. square corners, and a grade of paper that today we would call recycle material. It must have been rough trying to shuffle them (no bridge shuffle). Plus you have instruction on how to dry them when they get damp (had to be a lot of fun). Interesting history lesson.
Reviewed by: Maurice, May 22, 2019