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MODEL 1795 SPRINGFIELD FLINTLOCK MUSKET – DATED 1807/1808

MODEL 1795 SPRINGFIELD FLINTLOCK MUSKET – DATED 1807/1808

The model 1795 is the first standard musket made for the US. It is also the first model made at the Springfield arsenal. Between 1795 and 1814 they manufactured approximately 85,000 muskets. Model… (1000-54). Learn More »

MINT GERMAN P.38 PISTOL

MINT GERMAN P.38 PISTOL

Exceptional example of the standard issue 9mm service pistol used by the Germans in World War II. Principal markings include: “8503m” (serial number); “byf 43” (manufacturer’s code and year… (G3948). Learn More »

$1,250.00
ON HOLD

.69 CALIBER WIPER FOR THE POTTSDAM MUSKET

.69 CALIBER WIPER FOR THE POTTSDAM MUSKET

With Federal authorities hard-pressed to supply arms, agents scoured Europe for just about anything that would shoot and European governments were happy to clear out older weapons from their arsenals… (M26139). Learn More »

US MODEL 1855/61 COMBINATION GUN TOOL

US MODEL 1855/61 COMBINATION GUN TOOL

Open-ended cone wrench and two screwdriver blades. Gray metal mixed with some darker gray spots and some bright metal. Just about every US rifle or carbine cartridge box of the period has a small… (1000-2419). Learn More »

$30.00
ON HOLD

US MODEL 1855/61 COMBINATION GUN TOOL

US MODEL 1855/61 COMBINATION GUN TOOL

Open-ended cone wrench and two screwdriver blades. Just about every US rifle or carbine cartridge box of the period has a small separate implement pouch for the gun tools, oily rags, etc., necessary… (1000-2420). Learn More »

US MODEL 1855/61 COMBINATION GUN TOOL

US MODEL 1855/61 COMBINATION GUN TOOL

Open-ended cone wrench and two screwdriver blades. Just about every US rifle or carbine cartridge box of the period has a small separate implement pouch for the gun tools, oily rags, etc., necessary… (1000-2418). Learn More »

U. S. SPRINGFIELD M1863 TYPE II MUSKET DATED 1864

U. S. SPRINGFIELD M1863 TYPE II MUSKET DATED 1864

This Civil War longarm is a .58 caliber Springfield Model 1863, Type II, single-shot muzzleloader in complete, original condition. The Springfield M1863 Type II musket was a government arsenal product… (218-529). Learn More »

$2,500.00
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VERY PRETTY SECOND MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE

VERY PRETTY SECOND MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE

Listed in company literature as the Model 1863, these .50 caliber single-shot breechloading carbines are known among collectors simply as the Second Model Maynard. Using a brass cartridge with pierced… (1046-10). Learn More »

FULL PACK OF .50 CALIBER GALLAGER CARTRIDGES – POULTNEY PATENT

FULL PACK OF .50 CALIBER GALLAGER CARTRIDGES – POULTNEY PATENT

A nice, solid pack containing ten .50 caliber cartridge for the Gallager carbine. These are the paper and brass foil cartridges. Made under Thomas Poultney’s patent of 1863. Pack is solid and in… (172-5443). Learn More »

BOX FOR 50 REMINGTON CARBINE CARTRIDGES – CRITTENDEN & TIBBALS

BOX FOR 50 REMINGTON CARBINE CARTRIDGES – CRITTENDEN & TIBBALS

Pasteboard box covered with a marbled wrap and green label and tape. Box held fifty “No. 46” rimfire cartridges. Box only no cartridges remain. Green label on top shows wear but remains in good… (172-5462). Learn More »

NEW MODEL 1859 SHARPS CARBINE

NEW MODEL 1859 SHARPS CARBINE

The most famous, single-shot, percussion firearm used during the Civil War was the Sharps carbine, a .52 caliber, breechloading firearm invented and patented by Hartford, Connecticut native Christian… (218-533). Learn More »

MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY IDENTIFIED TO AN OFFICER OF THE 2nd PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY WITH A WARTIME IMAGE OF THE OFFICER

MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY IDENTIFIED TO AN OFFICER OF THE 2nd PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY WITH A WARTIME IMAGE OF THE OFFICER

Revolver is in overall exceptional condition with a strong engraved ID on the backstrap. All serial numbers match including the wedge. Serial number of “8309” shows that this weapon was… (401-36). Learn More »

“USN” AMES POWDER FLASK, DATED “1845”.

“USN” AMES POWDER FLASK, DATED “1845”.

Maker-mark: “N.P. Ames” & date, “1845”, stamped on upper lid near spot.  Measures 9.125” in overall length, w/ “USN” in .5” lettering, and 3.25” anchors, stamped on both sides.… (M26356). Learn More »

SCARCE COLT 1855 SIDE HAMMER ROOT REVOLVER HOLSTER

SCARCE COLT 1855 SIDE HAMMER ROOT REVOLVER HOLSTER

The Colt 1855 Root revolver is an elegant side-hammer revolver that shows up in .28 and .31 calibers. We don’t see many belt holsters for them. This is a nice example in black leather that has a… (172-5399). Learn More »

US CAVALRY M1881 HOLSTER FOR COLT SINGLE-ACTION ARMY SCHOFIELD SMITH AND WESSON

US CAVALRY M1881 HOLSTER FOR COLT SINGLE-ACTION ARMY SCHOFIELD SMITH AND WESSON

Both the .45 caliber Colt and the Schofield Smith and Wesson were issued to the cavalry and it made sense to devise a holster that would hold either one. The solution was to provide alternate… (172-5401). Learn More »

PRUSSIAN POTSDAM PERCUSSION MUSKET

PRUSSIAN POTSDAM PERCUSSION MUSKET

This original German longarm is a .72 caliber, Potsdam smoothbore musket in very nice condition. Musket measures a total length of almost 56.25” with a 41.25” long barrel and has been converted… (1000-37). Learn More »

US MODEL 1842 COMBINATION GUN TOOL

US MODEL 1842 COMBINATION GUN TOOL

Closed nipple wrench and two screwdriver blades. Just about every US rifle or carbine cartridge box of the period has a small separate implement pouch for the gun tools, oily rags, etc., necessary for… (1000-2415). Learn More »

$50.00
SOLD

MODEL 1851 COLT NAVY (THIRD MODEL)

MODEL 1851 COLT NAVY (THIRD MODEL)

This is a beautiful Model 1851 Colt Navy revolver. It is a .36 caliber revolver with 6 shot cylinder, a 7 ½” octagonal barrel with attached loading lever, brass frame with round trigger guard.… (1061-34). Learn More »

WARTIME PRODUCTION BRASS FRAME .44 CALIBER HENRY REPEATING RIFLE

WARTIME PRODUCTION BRASS FRAME .44 CALIBER HENRY REPEATING RIFLE

This is a great looking Henry Rifle. The brass buttplate and receiver have an undisturbed, aged, mustard color that is even and mixed with some appropriate brown age spots. The buttplate, with the… (302-82). Learn More »

$22,500.00
ON HOLD

LANZ, OWEN & CO. MAKER MARKED INDIAN WAR US CAVALRY PATTERN 1881 HOLSTER WITH 1896 MODIFICATION

LANZ, OWEN & CO. MAKER MARKED INDIAN WAR US CAVALRY PATTERN 1881 HOLSTER WITH 1896 MODIFICATION

This is a very nice example of a full-length 1881 pattern cavalry holster for the Colt Single Action Army and the Smith and Wesson Schofield .45 caliber revolvers. Both were issued to cavalry units… (864-08). Learn More »


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VIRGINIA RECTANGULAR WAIST BELT PLATE

Virginia is known to have ordered these state-seal belt military plates just before the war. Northern manufacturers were willing to take on the business and there are two different die-strikes. One, Mullinax (1991) Plate 390 was made by James Smith… (33-255). Learn More »

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