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15 MM PINFIRE CARTRIDGE

15 MM PINFIRE CARTRIDGE

Pinfire cartridge for 15mm carbines. Lead bullet in a brass cartridge case. The gun’s hammer struck a rigid wire or “pin” extending from the case. The pin, in turn, set off a percussion cap… (490-1993). Learn More »

RARE 15 MM PINFIRE CARTRIDGE

RARE 15 MM PINFIRE CARTRIDGE

Pinfire cartridge for 15mm carbines. Lead bullet in a copper cartridge case. The gun’s hammer struck a rigid wire or “pin” extending from the case. The pin, in turn, set off a percussion cap… (490-1992). Learn More »

MINT GERMAN FN HI-POWER PISTOL

MINT GERMAN FN HI-POWER PISTOL

Exceptional example of the highly prized 9mm FN Hi-Power service pistol used by the Germans in World War II.  Following the occupation of Belgium in 1940, the Germans seized the Fabrique Nationale… (2020-106). Learn More »

$2,200.00
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.56 CAL. BILLINGHURST & REQUA CARTRIDGE

.56 CAL. BILLINGHURST & REQUA CARTRIDGE

This is a complete non-dug cartridge for the 25-barrel Billinghurst & Requa Battery Gun. The brass cartridge case cylinder is closed with a machined base plug that contains an ignition hole. The… (490-1994). Learn More »

TIN OF REVOLVER PERCUSSION CAPS

TIN OF REVOLVER PERCUSSION CAPS

A very nice Japanned tin of pistol percussion caps. Can is about half full of small ribbed caps. No label of any kind. Probably 90% of Japanned finish remains. Measures approximately 1” tall x 1… (M26360). Learn More »

SHARPS NEW MODEL 1859 RIFLE WITH 36 INCH BARREL

SHARPS NEW MODEL 1859 RIFLE WITH 36 INCH BARREL

The overall length of this single shot breech loading rifle is approx. 53.00 inches. The barrel surface was blued but is now turning a plumb brown. There are no signs of any pitting. Rear sight is a… (172-5521). Learn More »

POWDER HORN FROM CHARLES E. DEARING 16th MAINE

POWDER HORN FROM CHARLES E. DEARING 16th MAINE

We recently acquired the effects of Charles E. Dearing (1838-1930,) who served in the 16th Maine during the Civil War. This powder horn was among his papers, relics, and mementos and is in excellent… (766-1103). Learn More »

$35.00
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VERY SCARCE .45 CALIBER TEATFIRE CARTRIDGE

VERY SCARCE .45 CALIBER TEATFIRE CARTRIDGE

Cartridge for large .45 caliber Moore revolver.  David Williamson received a patent in 1864 for this teatfire cartridge. This was essentially a patent evasion to get around Smith & Wesson’s… (490-1985). Learn More »

$350.00
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100 COUNT PACK OF PERCUSSION CAPS BY GOLDMARK

100 COUNT PACK OF PERCUSSION CAPS BY GOLDMARK

Nice original paste board container about half full of Civil War musket caps.  Round container covered with green paper on top and around sides. Perfect round label remains on top. Container is in… (490-2044A). Learn More »

$95.00
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1843 DATED U.S. 1836 PATTERN PISTOL BY ASA WATERS WITH PERCUSSION CONVERSION

1843 DATED U.S. 1836 PATTERN PISTOL BY ASA WATERS WITH PERCUSSION CONVERSION

The Model 1836 pistol was the culmination of decades of experiment, experience, and change. Reilly considered it to be the “finest military flintlock pistol ever produced,” with “trim lines,… (1000-425). Learn More »

WHITNEY RIMFIRE BREECHLOADING REVOLVER

WHITNEY RIMFIRE BREECHLOADING REVOLVER

These revolvers were made by Whitney from 1871 to 1879. In all four different versions were offered in .22, .32 and .38 calibers with varying barrel lengths. This particular revolver is the No. 1 .22… (980-103). Learn More »

WILLIAM UHLINGER POCKET REVOLVER

WILLIAM UHLINGER POCKET REVOLVER

These revolvers were made from 1861 to 1865 by William P. Uhlinger of Philadelphia. Most were unmarked except for the serial number because the revolver was an infringement on a Smith & Wesson… (1030-284). Learn More »

BRITISH MADE ADAMS DOUBLE-ACTION REVOLVER

BRITISH MADE ADAMS DOUBLE-ACTION REVOLVER

Presented here is an original, double-action Adams Patent percussion revolver. Produced in England and exported, many of these sturdy, solid-framed, five-shot Adams revolvers found their way to the… (1000-459). Learn More »

US CONTRACT MODEL 1861 MUSKET BY NORFOLK

US CONTRACT MODEL 1861 MUSKET BY NORFOLK

The barrel is semi-bright with light mottling and light pitting around the breech. Rear sight retains much of its blue and has one flip-up leaf. Front iron blade sight is present at muzzle. Left… (172-5513). Learn More »

NICE CONDITIONED CIVIL WAR 2ND MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE IDENTIFIED TO 11TH INDIANA CAVALRY SOLDIER

NICE CONDITIONED CIVIL WAR 2ND MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE IDENTIFIED TO 11TH INDIANA CAVALRY SOLDIER

The overall length of the carbine is 36.50 inches. The barrel is octagon at the breech and round along the rest of its length for a total of 20.00 inches. It was originally blued but is now turning a… (172-5528). Learn More »

1848 DATED BATTY “PEACE” FLASK

1848 DATED BATTY “PEACE” FLASK

Calling a military rifleman’s powder flask a “peace” flask is a bit of an contradiction, but the raised central motif of clasped hands on either side, initially symbolizing something more along… (2020-48). Learn More »

US MODEL 1886 MILLS CARTRIDGE BELT FOR THE .45-70

US MODEL 1886 MILLS CARTRIDGE BELT FOR THE .45-70

This H-shaped, heavy, cast belt plate was adopted by the U.S. Army in 1886 and used on what is sometimes called the “loose-loop” belt, which has woven cartridge loops and ends that are secured to… (M26041). Learn More »

FOREHAND AND WADSWORTH VEST POCKET PISTOL

FOREHAND AND WADSWORTH VEST POCKET PISTOL

These .22 caliber single-shot rimfire pistols were made from 1871 to 1890, though totaling only about 2,000 in quantity. Their debt to the Allen and Company vest pocket deringer is obvious, and in… (490-2171). Learn More »

SHARPS FOUR-BARRELLED PEPPERBOX PISTOL

SHARPS FOUR-BARRELLED PEPPERBOX PISTOL

The Sharps made these four-barrel pepperbox pistols in several models from 1859 to 1874. This is the Model 1A in Flayderman’s system, .22 caliber, showing a straight standing breech, straight join… (490-2167). Learn More »

REMINGTON-ELLIOT FOUR-BARREL DERINGER

REMINGTON-ELLIOT FOUR-BARREL DERINGER

Remington made these ring-trigger, multi-barrel, repeating deringers in .32 caliber from 1863 to 1888. Production is estimated at around 17,500 (70 percent of the combined total of 25,000 in both .22… (490-2166). Learn More »


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REMARKABLE SWORD IDENTIFIED TO GEORGE WILLIAM GORDON (1801-1877), US CONSUL TO BRAZIL (1840-46) AND SLAVE TRADE OPPONENT

A remarkable sword manufactured by W.H. Horstmann & Co., New York after the Model 1834 US Revenue Cutter/Marine sword. Neatly engraved on the reverse folding guard, “Geo. Wm. Gordon / United States Consul”. Born on February 8, 1801 in Exeter,… (870-60). Learn More »

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