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You're not bulletproof...
Vampire Hunter / A custom engraved Colt Detective Special in .38 Special. Heavily adorned in vampire motif engravings, the ammo actually has carved vampire heads for the bullets. A small container for holy water is included in the coffin carry case. The cleaning rod also doubles as a stake.
Here is some amazing assemblage art of a used 1890s Vampire Hunting Kit. Including crucifix, stake, mallet, hatchet, German stamped letter to the mother of deceased victim, signed new testament bible by hunter Andrew Kauffman along with picture of victim, pliers, Remington derringer pistol, rosary, syringe, garlic extract, sulphur, hair from destroyed vampire, pulled fangs of destroyed vampire & holy oil.
G. D. Falksen
A box from the 1890s containing equipment to kill a vampire. Belief in the existence of vampires persisted throughout the 19th century and the study of vampirism increased in popularity after the publication of Bram Stoker’s novel ‘Dracula’ in 1897. This kit contains various items to slay the undead including: a rosary, crucifix, pistol, silver bullet mold, a hammer and 4 stakes, a copy of the Bible, three glass bottles containing holy water, consecrated earth and garlic paste