My aunt found this longbow with leather quiver and cedar arrows in her basement and passed it on to me. She tells me it belonged to her grandfather who passed away in the late 50's. I cleaned them up with water and a soft sponge and the bow is in great shape except for a cracked horn nock. Even the origional finish is intact. It was made by "The Archer's Company" of Pinehurst, NC. and is solid yew with horn nocks, 71 inches in length, stamped "37" (I'm assuming pounds), and has a wrapped felt handle. I've done a little research and as best as I can tell, it was made in the late 1920's or early 1930's. I'd love it if anyone could give me more info on this bow. As I said above, one of the horn nocks is cracked and I'd like to find a replacement. Anybody have any idea where I might be able to find one?
Thanks in advance!