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.44 CALIBER COLT REVOLVER GANG MOLD

.44 CALIBER COLT REVOLVER GANG MOLD

Six-cavity gang mold for Colt revolver bullets. The exterior of this mold is in great condition and is stamped “44H” on the side of the mold and “AHK” inspector initials on top of each handle.… (M25606). Learn More »

MODEL 1868 U.S. SPRINGFIELD ‘TRAPDOOR’ RIFLE

MODEL 1868 U.S. SPRINGFIELD ‘TRAPDOOR’ RIFLE

Produced by the Springfield Armory, this .50 caliber, centerfire, cartridge weapon was made from 1868 through 1872. The barrel surface wears a bright cleaned finish. Left side of barrel near the… (928-02). Learn More »

NEW YORK STATE REMINGTON ROLLING BLOCK RIFLE WITH BAYONET

NEW YORK STATE REMINGTON ROLLING BLOCK RIFLE WITH BAYONET

Original Remington military long arm produced circa 1867-1888 with the unique ‘rolling block’ configuration and action. The ‘rolling block’ rifle employed an interlocking system of hammer and… (934-15). Learn More »

$950.00
ON HOLD

TOWER-MARKED BRITISH PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD PERCUSSION MUSKET

TOWER-MARKED BRITISH PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD PERCUSSION MUSKET

This original British longarm is a .577 caliber, Enfield Pattern 1853 Type III rifle-musket, single-shot muzzleloader in very good condition. Of all the British arms, the Pattern 1853 rifle-musket is… (934-25). Learn More »

FINE CIVIL WAR SHARPS AND HANKINS RIMFIRE ARMY CARBINE

FINE CIVIL WAR SHARPS AND HANKINS RIMFIRE ARMY CARBINE

Known as the Sharps & Hankins Model 1862 carbine, this weapon is a wartime .52 caliber, rimfire, breechloading firearm designed by Hartford, Connecticut native Christian Sharps. Fitted with six… (218-500). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

CIVIL WAR MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

Produced by the Spencer Rifle Company of Boston, Massachusetts, this ten-pound Civil War Model 1860 Spencer breechloading repeating carbine is in very good original condition. Carbine, which fired the… (362-794). Learn More »

VERY FINE, U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1879 TRAPDOOR RIFLE

VERY FINE, U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1879 TRAPDOOR RIFLE

Mass produced by the Springfield Armory in Springfield, Massachusetts between 1879 and 1885, a total of 160,000 of the .45-70 caliber Trapdoor rifles were made. This rifle specimen, in fine original… (218-490). Learn More »

$1,395.00
Originally $1,500.00

M1843 HALL-NORTH BREECHLOADING CARBINE – GENERAL FREMONT PURCHASE

M1843 HALL-NORTH BREECHLOADING CARBINE – GENERAL FREMONT PURCHASE

Presented here is a Model 1843 Hall-North .52 caliber, breechloading percussion carbine, sometimes referred to as a Side Lever Hall. Top of flat receiver is clearly stamped with a five-line address… (218-488). Learn More »

$2,795.00
Originally $2,950.00

ROBBINS & LAWRENCE CONTRACT M1841 ‘MISSISSIPPI’ RIFLE ID’D TO 51ST MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

ROBBINS & LAWRENCE CONTRACT M1841 ‘MISSISSIPPI’ RIFLE ID’D TO 51ST MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

Among the many variations made of the Model 1841 US percussion rifle, this shoulder arm was produced under government contract by the firm of Robbins & Lawrence of Windsor, Vermont. One of 15,000… (218-470). Learn More »

$3,245.00
Originally $3,395.00

WHITNEY CONTRACT M1841 ‘MISSISSIPPI’ RIFLE

WHITNEY CONTRACT M1841 ‘MISSISSIPPI’ RIFLE

Among the many variations made of the Model 1841 US percussion rifle, this shoulder arm was produced under government contract by the firm of Eli Whitney of New Haven, Connecticut. One of 15,000 such… (218-498). 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: “4917a” (serial number); “byf 44” (manufacturer’s code and year… (G3657). Learn More »

$1,200.00
ON HOLD

RICHMOND SHARPS CARBINE

RICHMOND SHARPS CARBINE

Presented here is a Richmond-made, straight-breech Confederate Sharps carbine. Of the approximately 5,000 firearms called “Richmond Carbines” made for the Confederate government between 1862 and… (362-777). Learn More »

SPRINGFIELD M1855 PERCUSSION RIFLE-MUSKET, DATED 1858

SPRINGFIELD M1855 PERCUSSION RIFLE-MUSKET, DATED 1858

This Civil War era single-shot muzzleloader is a .58 caliber, Model 1855 percussion rifle-musket in good overall condition. Longarm has a 40” round barrel with broad three-groove rifling. Stock is… (928-03). Learn More »

$1,700.00
ON HOLD

MODEL 1859 SHARPS CARBINE WITH DOUBLESET TRIGGERS

MODEL 1859 SHARPS CARBINE WITH DOUBLESET TRIGGERS

This Model 1859 Sharps carbine was made by the Sharps Rifle Manufacturing Company of Hartford, Connecticut circa 1859 to 1862. This weapon is a straight-breech, .52 caliber percussion, single shot… (909-31). Learn More »

NICE CONDITIONED ORIGINAL 5TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE

NICE CONDITIONED ORIGINAL 5TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE

Original Civil War Burnside 5th Model carbine produced by the Burnside Rifle Co of Providence, Rhode Island. This cavalry model .54 caliber, single-shot, percussion breech-loading carbine is in good… (362-793). Learn More »

US MODEL 1884 TRAPDOOR RIFLE

US MODEL 1884 TRAPDOOR RIFLE

.45-70 cal. single shot breechloading trapdoor rifle. Serial number 140201.  Barrel is approximately 32 ½” long. Breech (near tang) is stamped with serial number, receiver stamped “US / MODEL /… (934-16). Learn More »

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1863 RIFLE MUSKET TYPE 2 DATED 1864 – REPORDUCTION RAMROD

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1863 RIFLE MUSKET TYPE 2 DATED 1864 – REPORDUCTION RAMROD

The barrel of this weapon has been lightly cleaned and shows only light mottling. There is no pitting. The front sight is present at the muzzle. Rear sight has both flip up leaves instead of just a… (G3656). Learn More »

NEAR MINT JAPANESE TYPE 14 SERVICE PISTOL AND HOLSTER WITH SPECIAL INSCRIPTION

NEAR MINT JAPANESE TYPE 14 SERVICE PISTOL AND HOLSTER WITH SPECIAL INSCRIPTION

Principal Markings:  “20861” (serial number); character shachi (manufacturer); character sho and “19.3” (date of manufacture: “showa year 19.3” = March 1944); characters ju-yon-nen-shiki… (G3658). Learn More »

MODEL 1861 BRIDESBURG-CONTRACT MUSKET, DATED 1863

MODEL 1861 BRIDESBURG-CONTRACT MUSKET, DATED 1863

The Alfred Jenks & Co facility in Bridesburg, PA had one of the largest contracts for arms award during the Civil War. This musket is one of their fine products. The weapon has a barrel that is… (928-01). Learn More »

REMINGTON-MAYNARD TAPE CONVERSION RIFLED-MUSKET

REMINGTON-MAYNARD TAPE CONVERSION RIFLED-MUSKET

Weapon is a percussion .69 caliber, rifled musket that originally started life as a M1816 smoothbore musket. It was later altered by the Frankford Arsenal and fitted with the new Maynard Type primer… (G3425). Learn More »


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ABRAHAM LINCOLN “FIVE DOLLAR BILL” CABINET CARD IMAGE

Photo taken by Matthew Brady Studio 6.5 X 4.25”.  Front mark: “Brady. Washington, D.C.” Backmark: “L.C. Handy/ Photographer/ Publisher, 494 Maryland Ave./ South Washington, D.C.” Exhibits very slight stain in upper right corner. Else sharp… (930-11). Learn More »

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