Carbines

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CIVIL WAR SECOND MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE

CIVIL WAR SECOND MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE

This breech-loading 2nd Model Maynard carbine was the invention of Doctor Edward Maynard from New Jersey who patented his first model carbine in 1851. The U.S. Ordnance Department contracted for over… (218-487). Learn More »

US MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE IDENTIFIED TO PVT. JOHN STANLEY, 18TH NEW YORK CAVALRY

US MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE IDENTIFIED TO PVT. JOHN STANLEY, 18TH NEW YORK CAVALRY

The carbine is ID'd by serial number 59622 listed in the National Archives as issued to Stanley, who joined the 18th NY Cavalry on 9/1/64, serving until May 1865. He was 42 years old when he… (173-2263). Learn More »

$2,975.00
Originally $3,250.00

BRITISH PATTERN M1856 ENFIELD CAVALRY PERCUSSION CARBINE

BRITISH PATTERN M1856 ENFIELD CAVALRY PERCUSSION CARBINE

The Model 1856 Pattern Enfield cavalry carbine was originally designed for the British East India Company and later saw service with the horsemen of the India Native Forces, aka the Bengal Lancers.… (173-2682). Learn More »

$1,350.00
Originally $1,695.00

VERY FINE, NEW MODEL 1863 SHARPS CARBINE

VERY FINE, NEW MODEL 1863 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… (516-66). Learn More »

$3,600.00
ON HOLD

MODEL 1865 SPENCER CARBINE WITH THE STABLER CUTOFF

MODEL 1865 SPENCER CARBINE WITH THE STABLER CUTOFF

Presented is an excellent example of a M1865 Spencer Repeating carbine, a.k.a. the Contract Model 1865 Spencer. Designed almost identical to the Civil War Model 1860 repeating carbine, this carbine… (218-443). Learn More »

$2,995.00
Originally $3,095.00

HISTORIC RELIC SPENCER CARBINE FROM APPOMATTOX!

HISTORIC RELIC SPENCER CARBINE FROM APPOMATTOX!

A totally untouched Model 1860 Spencer Carbine with one of the finest histories we’ve ever seen! Accompanying the carbine is a magnificent old handwritten tag describing its history which reads,… (355-33). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR SHARPS & HANKINS NAVY CARBINE

CIVIL WAR SHARPS & HANKINS NAVY CARBINE

Known as the Sharps & Hankins Model 1862 carbine, this weapon is a wartime .52 caliber breechloading firearm designed by Hartford, Connecticut native Christian Sharps. Presented here is an… (729-118). Learn More »

FIFTH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE

FIFTH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE

.54 cal. single shot breech loader. Manufactured by the Burnside Rifle Co., Providence, RI. SN 7504 all matching. Approx. 43,000 5th Models were made c. 1863-65. This specimen has a nice walnut stock… (218-484). Learn More »

US MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

US MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

A nice untouched original Spencer Carbine with matching serial number 59,889. The US government contracted for over 95,000 Spencer Carbines during the American Civil War, with 65,000 made at… (173-3286). 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 »

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 »

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 »

JOSLYN MODEL 1855 CARBINE

JOSLYN MODEL 1855 CARBINE

Model 1855 carbines are referred to as the “Monkey Tail” carbine. A.H.Walters, Milbury, Massachusetts, made them between 1855 to 1856. They are 54 caliber, percussion, and breechloader carbine. It… (169-226). Learn More »

$6,500.00
Originally $9,500.00

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… (172-4250). Learn More »

MERRILL CARBINE “FIRST TYPE” WITH BUTTON LATCH

MERRILL CARBINE “FIRST TYPE” WITH BUTTON LATCH

This is the single shot Merrill "First Type" carbine, .54 caliber, with button latch. The Merrill carbine bears a unique breech system with a long lever released by a spring latch. It is percussion… (172-4251). Learn More »

RARE GIBBS CARBINE - EARLY PRODUCTION

RARE GIBBS CARBINE - EARLY PRODUCTION

Presented here, in good condition, is a seldom seen Gibbs Model .52 caliber, percussion, breechloading carbine of the Civil War. Designed and produced by William F. Brooks of New York City in 1863,… (838-15). Learn More »

$3,950.00
ON HOLD

BRASS MOUNTED M1859 SHARPS CARBINE ID’D TO TROOPER IN 2ND PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

BRASS MOUNTED M1859 SHARPS CARBINE ID’D TO TROOPER IN 2ND PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

Carbine is a Civil War Model 1859 Sharps made by the Sharps Rifle Manufacturing Company of Hartford, Connecticut. Carbine is a straight-breech, .52 caliber percussion, single shot breechloader fitted… (838-16). Learn More »

$3,950.00
ON HOLD

RARE, ORIGINAL BALL REPEATING CARBINE

RARE, ORIGINAL BALL REPEATING CARBINE

Presented here is a very fine, seldom seen example of a breech loading, repeating .50 caliber rimfire Ball carbine that came late (May 1865) to service during the Civil War. Produced in Windsor,… (891-01). Learn More »

SHARPS CARBINE IDENTIFIED TO PRIVATE JOHN KILLIAN OF CO. A, 1ST POTOMAC HOME BRIGADE, MARYLAND CAVALRY

SHARPS CARBINE IDENTIFIED TO PRIVATE JOHN KILLIAN OF CO. A, 1ST POTOMAC HOME BRIGADE, MARYLAND CAVALRY

Pvt. Killian enlisted July 26, 1863 at the age of 43 in Frederick, MD. He is listed as present with his unit until his discharge at Harper’s Ferry, VA on June 21, 1865. We do not know anything else… (G3513). Learn More »


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US OFFICER’S SLOUCH HAT WITH COCKADES

This early, black wool officer’s slouch hat has two black silk cockades sewn on the turned-up brim. Each cockade has a brass spread-winged eagle button in the center. Patina on buttons is bright. On both the front and back of hat are two decorative… (801-26). Learn More »

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