1 FOR $5 OR 3 FOR $10
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Get your chance now on this truly one of a kind powder horn, designed and created by renowned Master Horner Willy Frankfort. This piece was inspired by the map George Washington used on his mission to Fort LeBoeuf in 1753. 
This unique piece of art will look great on any mantle or as part of your kit in the field.  

Second Prize-George Washington inspired Masonic Horn Box
Third Prize-Fort LeBoeuf Horn Cup
Tickets are 1 for $5 or 3 for $10
Drawing: July 21, 2024 during Waterford Heritage Days
All proceeds benefit the Fort LeBoeuf Museum

Meet the Artisan, "Wild Willy" Frankfort

Wm. “Wild Willy” Frankfort, is an award-winning, registered Master Horner since 2006, with the Honorable Company of Horners. This Guild was started in 1996 to assist and instruct artists and craftsmen in the endeavor of creating powder horns and other horn items, like cups, spoons, combs, etc.  

 “Wild Willy” is a founding member of, Rangers of the Ohio Company and a member of The First Virginia Regiment Experimental Archeologist, and Re-Enactors.  As the President of the Peters Creek Historical society and Curator of the Wright House Museum of Western Expansion, his passion is 18th century frontier history, particularly the Virginia backcountry. 

He teaches at Pricketts Fort, West Virginia in the “Teaching History Through the Arts” program. Willy has also been an instructor with the National Parks Service and many private and local programs for the last twenty odd year