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AtlantaCutlery.com carries unique historical curiosities, from whistles and bells, badges and playing cards to nautical compasses and decor.

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Forged Iron Flint Striker

#805024
This forged iron flint striker fits firmly and fairly comfortably in the hand. A nice addition to your re-enactment.
$5.95

Iron Railroad Signal Lantern

#805230
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).

$79.95

Cast Iron John Deere Mini Anvil

#805145
This solid cast iron mini anvil features the prominent name of the John Deere company in raised lettering. A unique little collectible honoring the American industrial era which helped shape our present.
$15.95

Cast Iron Ford Mini Anvil

#805144
This solid cast iron mini anvil features the prominent name of the Ford company in raised lettering. A unique little collectible honoring the American industrial era which helped shape our present.
$15.95

Forged Iron Dice Set

#805057
This set of 2 dice is hand forged from iron. Even the village smithy liked a good game of chance every now and then.
$19.95

Viking Voyage Comb

#804922
This amazing bone Viking Voyage Comb has been hand carved the exact way Viking and medieval people did for centuries.
$12.95

Bone Viking Comb

#804923
This amazing Bone Viking Comb has been hand carved the exact way Viking and medieval people did for centuries.
$12.95

Bobby Whistle

#804964
This functional all metal whistle is a replica of the WWII issued British Bobby whistle and engraved "METROPOLITAN POLICE, LONDON 1942".
$5.95

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: 1800s Pair of Brass Dice

The die is cast.
These are perfect.
Reviewed by: Thomas, February 02, 2020

Review of: 1800s Pair of Brass Dice

Perfect!
Reviewed by: John, August 07, 2019

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

Review of: 1800s Pair of Brass Dice

Everybody needs a pair of brass dice.  They can also double as a weapon should the game get out of hand.  Nice paperweights, too.
Reviewed by: Maurice, May 22, 2019

Review of: Civil War Map Case - CSA

This reproduction is so good that it could pass as an original.  The oxidation is heavy, but some fine sandpaper can reduce it and make it look like it has pocket wear.  I am planning on using this with a collection of reproductions that commemorate the Cherokee Rifles, a Civil War battalion from the Indian Territory, which is the State of Oklahoma, today.  The Cherokee Rifles were led by Stand Waite, and were the last Confederates to lay down their arms.  Of course, this could be used with any Confederate military display or even in re-enactments.  Might be a good place to keep your Confederate money, also.
Reviewed by: Sherwin, February 15, 2019

Review of: Civil War Map Case - US

This is simply a great novelty, and I love it. Although it is a little heavy for carrying my business cards in my shirt pocket, it still has a very classy presence when dispensing a card.
Reviewed by: Douglas, February 08, 2019

Review of: Civil War Map Case - CSA

It is nice but small for maps, maybe for sections of maps. small enough to put in pockets. Very good and solid.
Reviewed by: Pedro, July 10, 2017