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BRASS BARREL FLINTLOCK PISTOL, C. 1820’S

BRASS BARREL FLINTLOCK PISTOL, C. 1820’S

Belgian barrel proof mark: “ELG” encircled. .63 caliber. Overall length 13”, octagonal barrel 8”. Brass butt, & front sight, loading rod; iron metal work with scroll ornamentation. Cross… (172-4238). Learn More »

SCARCE EXCAVATED .69 CALIBER RIFLED MUSKET CARTRIDGE BY HAZARD POWDER COMPANY

SCARCE EXCAVATED .69 CALIBER RIFLED MUSKET CARTRIDGE BY HAZARD POWDER COMPANY

This is an excavated cartridge for .69 caliber rifled muskets made by the Hazard Powder Company.  Constructed using a regulation .69 caliber, 3-groove minie ball, Hazard used a powder charge that was… (M25374). Learn More »

$125.00
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“SOUTHERNER” DERRINGER, BROWN MANUFACTURING COMPANY

“SOUTHERNER” DERRINGER, BROWN MANUFACTURING COMPANY

Serial No. 796. Produced 1866-73. Total quantity estimated 16500. Top barrel marking: “SOUTHERNER”, with company marking left side. 41 Cal. Rimfire spur-trigger, single-shot. 2.5” octagonal… (31-1549). Learn More »

“SEVEN SHOT” MOORE BELT REVOLVER

“SEVEN SHOT” MOORE BELT REVOLVER

Serial no. “7082”. .32 cal., 5” octagonal barrel, brass nickel-silvered frame and handle, w/broad scroll engraving, walnut grips, square butt. Barrel markings: “MANF’D FOR SMITH & WESSON… (172-3812). Learn More »

REVOLUTIONARY WAR ERA POWDER HORN ID’D TO ALEXANDER RHOADES, 46th PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

REVOLUTIONARY WAR ERA POWDER HORN ID’D TO ALEXANDER RHOADES, 46th PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

This powder horn was purchased at a sale in 1947 from John Rhoades, who documented that this belonged to his father, Alexander Rhoades, who carried it in the Civil War. Alexander Rhoades was a… (377-13). Learn More »

RARE MODEL 1859 SHARPS CARBINE PURCHASED BY US NAVY

RARE MODEL 1859 SHARPS CARBINE PURCHASED BY US NAVY

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… (172-4282). Learn More »

RARE, IDENTIFIED 19TH CENTURY FLINTLOCK MUZZLELOADING ‘PUNT GUN’

RARE, IDENTIFIED 19TH CENTURY FLINTLOCK MUZZLELOADING ‘PUNT GUN’

This unusual, very long muzzleloading musket, referred to as a waterfowl “punt gun” is identified to its owner with a handcarved inscription on the right side of the butt stock that reads “James… (640-03). Learn More »

$3,500.00
Originally $4,500.00

MODEL 1842 SPRINGFIELD SMOOTHBORE MUSKET DATED 1852

MODEL 1842 SPRINGFIELD SMOOTHBORE MUSKET DATED 1852

An original Springfield Model 1842, .69 caliber, single-shot, smoothbore musket in good condition. The metal surfaces do not appear to have been cleaned and now wear a nice dull sheen with scattered… (344-2483). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ERA REMINGTON NEW MODEL 1858 ARMY REVOLVER

CIVIL WAR ERA REMINGTON NEW MODEL 1858 ARMY REVOLVER

This percussion handgun is a Civil War era Remington New Model 1858 Army revolver in excellent condition. Remington arms manufactured these sidearms for the military from 1863 to 1875. The New Model… (906-01). Learn More »

BOX OF FLOBERET 4mm AMMO

BOX OF FLOBERET 4mm AMMO

Top of box is stamped with, “250 FLOBERT- KAPSLELN, lange, CALIBER 4mm”. Lid lifts off to reveal over ninety pieces still remaining. Measures 2 ¾” across. Box is in very good condition with… (172-4108). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED US MODEL 1816 SPRINGFIELD CONVERSION MUSKET – 91ST PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

IDENTIFIED US MODEL 1816 SPRINGFIELD CONVERSION MUSKET – 91ST PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

This US Model 1816 Conversion Springfield Musket was issued to Private Charles Lowry of Company C, 91st PA Vol. Infantry. A totally untouched musket, the stock bears the following hand carved… (355-19). Learn More »

FOURTH MODEL COLT 1851 “NAVY” REVOLVER

FOURTH MODEL COLT 1851 “NAVY” REVOLVER

One of the most popular pistols ever produced by Samuel Colt’s firm in Hartford, Connecticut was Colt’s 1851 Navy model, a premier medium caliber handgun. Colt designated the term “Navy” to… (172-4076). Learn More »

MILLER MODEL-1861 .58 CALIBER RIMFIRE CONVERSION

MILLER MODEL-1861 .58 CALIBER RIMFIRE CONVERSION

William H. and George W. Miller designed and patented the Miller conversion system. The Meridian Manufacturing Company altered 2,000 Model-1861 muskets, mostly Parker’s Snow & Co., between 1865… (172-4257). Learn More »

FOURTH MODEL COLT 1851 NAVY REVOLVER

FOURTH MODEL COLT 1851 NAVY REVOLVER

Here is an original Fourth Model version of the popular 1851 Colt Navy Revolver in very good overall condition. One of the most sought after models ever produced by Samuel Colt’s firm in Hartford,… (31-1558). Learn More »

HARPERS FERRY M1855 PERCUSSION RIFLE, DATED 1859

HARPERS FERRY M1855 PERCUSSION RIFLE, DATED 1859

This Civil War era single-shot muzzleloader is a .58 caliber early Harpers Ferry Model 1855 percussion rifle in good overall condition. Longarm has a 33” round barrel with broad three-groove… (172-4249). Learn More »

RARE SECOND MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE PRESENTED TO 2ND RHODE ISLAND OFFICER

RARE SECOND MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE PRESENTED TO 2ND RHODE ISLAND OFFICER

Here is an original Civil War Burnside carbine in good condition that was produced by the Burnside Rifle Co of Providence, Rhode Island from 1860 to 1862. This cavalry model .54 caliber, single-shot,… (490-1003). Learn More »

$5,950.00
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ORIGINAL FIRST MODEL MERRILL CARBINE

ORIGINAL FIRST MODEL MERRILL CARBINE

This original, breech-loading carbine is one of only some 14,500 weapons produced by H. Merrill of Baltimore, MD. This cavalry weapon is a wartime example of the First Type Merrill carbine in .54… (172-3448). Learn More »

$5,250.00
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BURNSIDE MODEL 1864 CARBINE “5TH MODEL”

BURNSIDE MODEL 1864 CARBINE “5TH MODEL”

This is the Burnside single shot percussion carbine, Model 1864, aka "5th model". It is a .54 caliber carbine manufactured by the Burnside Rifle Co., in Providence, Rhode Island. General Ambrose… (172-4254). Learn More »

JOSLYN CARBINE, MODEL 1864

JOSLYN CARBINE, MODEL 1864

The Joslyn carbine was a single shot rim fire carbine and was developed parallel with the Spencer, both employed the same .52 caliber metal cartridge. The Joslyn was loaded by pivoting the breech… (172-4253). Learn More »

UNMARKED PERCUSSION MODEL 1817 “COMMON RIFLE”

UNMARKED PERCUSSION MODEL 1817 “COMMON RIFLE”

This weapon was made by several contractors from about 1817 to about 1840’s with a total of 38,200 being made. Most Model 1817 “Common Rifles” were made in the flintlock configuration but this… (482-338). Learn More »


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COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER, S/N “72052”

Accompanied by Colt letter of Authentication dated January 8, 1998 certifying that firearm # 72052 was one of a shipment of 15 Colts sent to “Schoverling, Daily & Gales, New York, New York, September 16, 1881.” Handsome .45 caliber six… (31-1561). Learn More »

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