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Now is a great opportunity to support a good cause and get a chance to take
home this beautiful set.

You can easily purchase tickets by:

Mail: PO Box 2247, Staunton, VA 24402
Phone: 540.886.6189

Drawing will be held on August 10, 2024, at the CLA Annual Show.


Longrifle by Robert Ditchburn with a John Proud Powder Horn & Richard Duvelius Hunting Pouch

This beautiful longrifle is signed on the barrel in script on a silver inlay by contemporary longrifle gunsmith Robert Ditchburn, from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (deceased). This longrifle is stocked using highly figured maple and is relief carved on the cheek side, around the wrist, tang, forward of the lock, and around the rear ramrod pipe in Robert’s carving style. It features a brass patch box and is mounted using brass hardware; each piece has been elegantly hand-engraved. Robert used the bird-style brass patch box that is profusely engraved with piercings. He added a silver-engraved inlay featuring a federal eagle encircled in an engraved brass inlay on the cheekpiece. Below the cheekpiece is a silver and brass engraved inlay that is associated with Robert’s style of relief carving. The brass toe plate is both pierced and engraved. Four barrel-pin escutcheons are uniquely fashioned in silver and engraved. The brass trigger guard, butt plate, and side plate are of Robert’s design and are enhanced by his fine engraving patterns. Robert used one of his lock plates, for which he is widely known to create a beautiful flintlock that is engraved with his initials “RD” as the flintlock maker.


This hunting pouch and powder horn is a wonderful ensemble to accompany the Robert Ditchburn Longrifle. The hunting pouch was made by Richard Duvelius of Loudoun, Ohio. The leather pouch features an applied leather array of birds with tulips and stitching. The stitching and coloring of the birds was done entirely by hand. The hunting pouch is signed on leather tabs inside the pouch “RD 1999”. The pouch is accompanied by an attached powder horn made John Proud of Cortland. New York – a recognized Master Horner and member of the Honorable Company of Horner’s. Made in the traditional 18th century style, it is lightly engraved and is handsomely aged to a warm glow.