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.577 CALIBER BRASS ENFIELD BULLET MOLD

.577 CALIBER BRASS ENFIELD BULLET MOLD

Brass scissor-type mold to cast a lead Enfield pattern bullet.  Single cavity mold with top spout. Mold measures approximately 8 ½” overall. Complete and in good condition. Has original base plug… (M26137). Learn More »

BRITISH PATTERN 1, PRIVATES’ COMBINATION TOOL

BRITISH PATTERN 1, PRIVATES’ COMBINATION TOOL

This is the British privates’ “No. 1” combination musket tool.  This pattern differs from the Sergeant’s tool by its lack of a mainspring clamp.  It is “Y” shaped and consists of a… (M26152). Learn More »

ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR CARBINE BORE BRUSH

ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR CARBINE BORE BRUSH

Bristle brush attached to a leather thong used to clean carbine bores.  This specimen has 30” long leather thong attached to one end.  Excellent condition. … (M26119). Learn More »

MODEL 1851 COLT NAVY (FOURTH MODEL)

MODEL 1851 COLT NAVY (FOURTH 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.… (1037-93). Learn More »

MODEL 1842 SMOOTHBORE MUSKET ID’d TO PENNSYLVANIA GAR POST #19 (COL. CHARLES TAYLOR)

MODEL 1842 SMOOTHBORE MUSKET ID’d TO PENNSYLVANIA GAR POST #19 (COL. CHARLES TAYLOR)

Stamped into the left cheek of the buttstock is “F.T.P.G.A.R.” over “19.” Initials translate to “FRED TAYLOR POST G.A.R. 19.” Grand Army of the Republic Post #19 was named for Colonel… (G3735). Learn More »

$2,550.00
Originally $2,950.00

STARR PERCUSSION CARBINE

STARR PERCUSSION CARBINE

Issued to the Federal cavalry during the Civil War, this weapon is a good example of a Starr carbine, a breech loading, .54 caliber, percussion weapon produced by the Starr Arms Company of Yonkers,… (G3785). Learn More »

$1,750.00
Originally $1,950.00

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1855 RIFLE-MUSKET DATED 1859 – EXCELLENT CONDITION

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1855 RIFLE-MUSKET DATED 1859 – EXCELLENT CONDITION

The rifle has a 40” round barrel of .58 caliber with a semi-bright surface that shows very light mottling and which is turning a plumb brown in spots. Front sight is the usual blade sight while at… (G3782). Learn More »

$2,950.00
Originally $3,250.00

CIVIL WAR THREE-SCREW COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER

CIVIL WAR THREE-SCREW COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER

This percussion sidearm is a Civil War Colt Model 1860 Army revolver in good overall condition. These handguns were in production from 1860 through 1873 and were the successor to the Colt Third Model… (G3528). Learn More »

$2,500.00
Originally $2,950.00

MODEL 1863 SPRINGFIELD TYPE I WITH FIXED BAYONET FROM ESTATE SALE NEAR PHILADELPHIA

MODEL 1863 SPRINGFIELD TYPE I WITH FIXED BAYONET FROM ESTATE SALE NEAR PHILADELPHIA

This Model 1863 looks to have been brought home after the war, propped in a barn corner and then forgotten. The wood is in excellent condition but all the iron surfaces have a dark patina under… (G3749). Learn More »

$1,950.00
Originally $2,250.00

FLINTLOCK MUSKET JAW SCREW

FLINTLOCK MUSKET JAW SCREW

Large screw for hammer (cock) jaw that held the flint on a flintlock musket.  Screw slot on top.  Clean threads. Measures approximately 1 7/8” long.  … (M26149). Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

RARE STARR CARBINE COMBINATION TOOL

RARE STARR CARBINE COMBINATION TOOL

This is a scarce gun tool.  This “L” shaped tool features a box end nipple wrench on one end and a screw driver blade on the other.  Iron is in good condition with an even, dark patina. … (M26147). Learn More »

$400.00
ON HOLD

BREECH PLUG FOR M1816 MUSKET

BREECH PLUG FOR M1816 MUSKET

This is the barrel breech plug from a model 1816 musket.  Iron is in very good condition with an even brown patina.  Threads are good.  Tang is clearly stamped “1829”. A nice piece for an early… (M26138). Learn More »

U.S. MODEL 1855 MUSKET WIPER – RARE .58 CALIBER

U.S. MODEL 1855 MUSKET WIPER – RARE .58 CALIBER

A much-used appendage for Civil War muskets.  This wiper would be screwed on to the threaded end of a ramrod and used to “pull” bullets or to extract cartridge paper and cleaning patches.  This… (1000-2451). Learn More »

M1854 AUSTRIAN LORENZ CLEANING JAG

M1854 AUSTRIAN LORENZ CLEANING JAG

This cleaning jag is a serrated tool that was screwed onto the ramrod and used with a patch to clean the rifle.  This variant measures 70mm long.  Hole drilled through top.  Stamped with “X” on… (M16143). Learn More »

SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION POCKET PISTOL

SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION POCKET PISTOL

Barrel is approx. 2.50 inches long and measures .30 at the muzzle but widens some at the breech. The metal surfaces are bright and look to have been cleaned. The hammer has a sloppy action but it does… (G3365). Learn More »

$150.00
Originally $225.00

IRON MOUNTED HARPERS FERRY M1855 PERCUSSION RIFLE, DATED 1860

IRON MOUNTED HARPERS FERRY M1855 PERCUSSION RIFLE, DATED 1860

This Civil War era single-shot muzzleloader is a .58 caliber Harpers Ferry Model 1855 percussion rifle in very fine to excellent overall condition. Longarm has a 33” round barrel with broad… (302-73). Learn More »

COLT .45 AUTOMATIC AMMO CLIP

COLT .45 AUTOMATIC AMMO CLIP

Adopted in 1911 and known for its stopping power at close range, the Colt .45 automatic saw service in every American conflict from the Mexican Border to Vietnam. Clearly stamped, "COLT / .45 AUTO.".… (1037-174). Learn More »

WINCHESTER-LEE 1882-85 MAGAZINE

WINCHESTER-LEE 1882-85 MAGAZINE

The U.S. Army ordered some 700 of the Lee 1882 and the Navy about 1,500 of the 1885, both chambered for the government .45-70. The rifle was popular, however, and the company sold thousands in other… (1037-188). Learn More »

WINCHESTER-LEE 6mm RIFLE SIGHT COVER

WINCHESTER-LEE 6mm RIFLE SIGHT COVER

The Lee “straight-pull” rifle was adopted by the US Navy and US Marine Corps starting in 1895 to keep up with the trend of smaller caliber, high velocity cartridges using smokeless powder. The… (1037-173). Learn More »

WINCHESTER-LEE 6mm RIFLE SIGHT COVER

WINCHESTER-LEE 6mm RIFLE SIGHT COVER

The Lee “straight-pull” rifle was adopted by the US Navy and US Marine Corps starting in 1895 to keep up with the trend of smaller caliber, high velocity cartridges using smokeless powder. The… (1037-172). Learn More »


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REFERENCE BOOK – C.S. ARMORY RICHMOND, DELUXE EDITION, BY DAVIES

This is a limited DELUXE edition of this book; this copy is # 39 of 300 of such edition, inscribed to previous owner, signed and dated. Everything and anything you need to know about Confederate arms manufactured at the Richmond Armory. Heavily… (516-456). Learn More »

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