Lewis Drake and Associates presents the finest in rare and modern sporting firearms from shotguns, rifles, fowlers, and pistols made by such companies as Boss, Purdey, and Holland & Holland, to the best in shooting sports accessories, exquisitely hand crafted rosewood British campaign furniture reproductions, as well as a classic line of leather travel & sporting goods. You will also find on our website gallery a unique compilation of unusual one-of-a-kind originals that we have collected worldwide and interesting home and bar décor items that will add an uncommon element of intrigue to your home or office.
Please contact Lewis, personally, at
Lewis@Drake.net, should you have an inquiry about the sale, trade, or consignment of your own fine firearm. We are a trusted and well respected company and implement many resources to optimize the exposure of your gun. Our advertising campaign includes multipage color inserts in numerous gun enthusiast targeted magazines. We attend trade shows on average of one a month including the Las Vegas Antique Arms Show, Safari Club International, and the Grand America. Our detailed photography and accurate descriptions showcase your firearm to tens of  thousands that browse our website expecting to find the absolute best. We, also, alert our extensive database of clients on our new arrivals. In fact, we may already know the perfect customer waiting for your gun!

Clearing Inventory Sale!

Roorkhee Chair in Canvas           Small Chamba Pouch
(1 In Stock!)                         Now Just $40

Passport Airline/ Wallet              Business Portfolio    
Now just $85                         Now just $200

                                     Turnscrew Set              Horn or Bone Stricker Boxes            
Now just $237.50
                     Now just $25  

                   Game Carrier                      Cartridge Pouch               
              Now Just $24
                                       Now Just $65                      


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The Rare, Unique, & Antique

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James Purdey, London. Extraordinarily rare 15-bore, Double-barreled, flintlock Sporting Gun, #224, made for Rev. Edward Missenden Love, Rector of Somersby, Yarmouth, in 1820.

Interestingly,  the gun was, “brought into the Purdey shop by Rev. Love on 17 November 1827 to be cleaned for 5s0d, the barrels repaired and rebrowned for 15s0d and was supplied with 50 flints for 2s6d”.  That last quote was from Richard Beaumont’s excellent book entitled, “The Early Purdey’s”, which actually identifies the owner as, Rev. Edward Missenden Lane, and is either a misprint or simply an error in transcription from the early record book as the silver wrist escutcheon on #224, with the coat of arms of the lined Greyhound surmounted by the Latin inscription, “pro deo et veritate”, translated as, “For God and Truth”, has been well documented by other sources as that belonging to Missenden Love  rather than Lane.

I believe there are only a half-dozen original Purdey double-barreled flintlock guns known to exist, one owned by Purdey’s and perhaps another at the Tower Of London, along with another four in private hands, of which #224 is one. As I recall, at least two of the other three do not have the external safety sear feature.

Overall, breathtakingly beautiful and, perhaps, the rarest and finest British double barreled sporting gun, of any era, you will ever have the opportunity to put to your shoulder!

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Genuine California Gold Rush Era Nuggets. These four nuggets weigh a total of 31 ounces with the largest example alone weighing in at almost 18 ounces. Nuggets this size are extremely rare and very collectible. Please click here for complete information and more photos.

We only have one, 17.85 oz.t,  nugget left and we are offering this one

today at the special price of  1.5 x spot price!

Starrett Tool Display

Extremely rare Starrett machinists tool display case, ca. 1955.  Solid oak cabinet with hinged, locking, glass panel door measures 45”x 30”x 4”.  Cabinet and all tools are complete and original in every detail and remain in mint condition throughout. This is the ultimate one-of-a-kind gift for your favorite tool lover. See more details by clicking here.


Utica Tool Cabinet Display Case Set

Extremely rare set of three Utica Tool Co., Utica New York, factory display cabinets, ca. 1955. Painted wood cabinets with hinged glass doors measure 29”x 16”x 3”.  Cabinets and all tools remain in mint condition throughout.  The superb quality including precise fit, proper temper of the steel, and flawless finish of every tool here are a timeless testament to the pride our once-mighty workforce  had and what the “Made in U.S.A.” label once meant. The perfect one-of-a-kind Christmas gift for the tool lover in your life.

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Revolutionary War Camp Stove
Rare Revolutionary War-era camp cooking stove. Forged iron construction and overall rusted but perfectly sound. An interesting bit of American history and still just as serviceable today as it was back then.

A neat hard-to-find gift for the war memorabilia collector or history buff. Would add the perfect home decor touch to a rustic themed room. View more detailed photos by clicking

"Der Menschenfresser" (The Maneater)
45 1/8"x 85 1/8" oil on fabric ca.1916
Friedrich Wilhelm Kuhnert, German (1865 - 1926)

"Der Menschenfresser"  ( The Maneater)
Friedrich Wilhelm Kuhnert, German  (1865 - 1926)
45 1/8"x 85 1/8"  oil on fabric, ca.1916

Stunning oil on fabric painting by Friedrich Wilhelm Kuhnert completed ca. 1916.  This masterpiece was Kuhnert's favorite work and remained in his possession until his death in 1926.
Never before offered for public sale, Lewis Drake and Associates is honored to present this remarkable opportunity to own one of the most significant works of wildlife art ever offered. Click on this link for a detailed history, description, and photographs.


Wild Bill Elliot Spurs

Absolutely magnificent pair of gold and silver overlaid spurs made for old Western movie star, Wild Bill Elliot, ca. 1950. A real show stopper of a pair of spurs. The inner side of the swan neck shank is shiny silver and beautifully hand engraved with a classic scroll design even down to the radiating points of the spinning rowels. The outside is bright gold over oxidized silver to highlight the striking detail in brilliant contrast. Leather spur strap is impeccably tooled with a rope and basket weave pattern and fits over round buttons featuring the monogram BE in raised gold block letters. Spectacular craftsmanship with a legendary pedigree to match.

Very unusual gift for that western memorabilia enthusiast, and simply ideal for that special cowboy in your life. Click
here to read more and see detailed photographs.


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