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Why spend hours running around finding great stocking stuffers when we’re here to help. Our unusual gifts are here to transform that regular stocking into a powerful festive gifting weapon!

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1800s Pair of Brass Dice

#804695
This hand made pair of dice is solid brass with an antique finish and rounded corners.
$9.95

1870's NSW Crab Lock

#804908
This is a solid iron replica 1870's NSW Crab Lock with a deeply aged hand finish. All the look and feel of the original from NSW Railways.
$19.95

1917 Royal Navy Sliding Magnifier

#804933
The handle on this solid brass reproduction telescoping magnifier reads "Made For Royal Navy Sliding Magnifying 1917".
$24.95

5-in-1 Survival Tool

#804582
This pen-shaped stainless steel compact Survival Tool features a compass, punch/glass breaker, flint, striker and a whistle. Great for emergency kits and backpacking.
$11.95

Adam Steel & Wire Works Jailhouse Key

#804555
This is an early 1900's Adam Steel & Wire Works jailhouse brass key reproduction.
$14.95

Alcatraz Guard Badge

#804564
This Alcatraz Guard Badge is a well-made replica from America’s past to complete your history collection. The metal badge is hand made and aged to be accurate to the originals with a heavy pin back for attaching to the thick clothing of the era. Each is properly dished and deeply stamped.
$5.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Military Type Khaki Finish Neck Knife

Great little knife! It has a lot of utilitarian uses! I got it as a well needed letter and box opener for around the house. I have found myself using it for tasks in the kitchen and in the vegetable garden. I'm pleased with its size, sturdiness, the feel of the grip and the myriad of uses I have used it for on a daily basis due to the convenience of the neck sheath, when I wear it. You will be pleasantly surprised and pleased with this knife.
Reviewed by: Art, June 10, 2019

Review of: American Frontier Iron Handcuffs

These will go great with my dad's decor. Seem well made, we even tried them out
Reviewed by: ernie, June 02, 2019

Review of: KA-BAR Playing Cards

Nice cards.  They are made to look like they have been used in a foxhole.  A must for collectors of playing cards, yes, there are really people who do this as a hobby.  My closet is full of them.
Reviewed by: Maurice, May 22, 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: Pinkerton Detective Agency Badge

I did work for Pinkerton at one time.  Of course, they are not like the old West Pinkertons, these days, but I thought that this would look neat with the Pinkerton pieces that I have collected.  Made from pewter in India, this badge polished up very nicely with a hand polishing cloth.  Looks nice with other badges.
Reviewed by: Sherwin, February 15, 2019

Review of: Boy Scout Pocket Coin

I was a Boy Scout when I was younger.  I never knew that there was such a coin, before I saw the one offered by Atlanta Cutlery.  I like the idea.  I wish that I had one when I was a boy.  This would make an excellent gift for any young Boy Scout.  I like the concept.
Reviewed by: Sherwin, February 15, 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: NY Insane Asylum Padlock

Well made, works smoothly.
Fun to have friends look at the brass plaque.
Very authentic looking.
Reviewed by: Eric, February 08, 2019

Review of: Kikkerland Bug Plier Multi-Tool

Very nice, works well..
Smooth contour, no rough edges to damage my pocket.
Nice to carry for quick repairs.
Real Phillips screwdriver, not just a flat tip.
Reviewed by: Eric, February 08, 2019