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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 »

$2,500.00
Originally $2,975.00

ID’D CONFEDERATE USED BRITISH PATTERN 1858 ARTILLERY CARBINE

ID’D CONFEDERATE USED BRITISH PATTERN 1858 ARTILLERY CARBINE

Identified to Private Joseph B. Haislip of Co. C, 9th Virginia Cavalry, Lee’s Horse Cavalry of Jeb Stuart’s Cavalry Corps. The 9th was under the command of the famous Colonel Richard L. T. Beale,… (173-2765). Learn More »

$3,500.00
Originally $3,950.00

NEW MODEL 1859 SHARPS CARBINE CONVERTED TO CENTERFIRE

NEW MODEL 1859 SHARPS CARBINE CONVERTED TO CENTERFIRE

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… (G3644). Learn More »

MODEL 1873 WINCHESTER 3RD MODEL RIFLE WITH SCARCE M62 FOLDING PEEP SIGHT

MODEL 1873 WINCHESTER 3RD MODEL RIFLE WITH SCARCE M62 FOLDING PEEP SIGHT

This popular, repeating firearm is an iron-framed, lever-action .38 Winchester Model 1873 repeating rifle, the type which inspired the only Hollywood movie ever named for a Western firearm:… (G3638). Learn More »

NEW MODEL 1859 SHARPS CARBINE, PART OF 1861 NAVY PURCHASE

NEW MODEL 1859 SHARPS CARBINE, PART OF 1861 NAVY PURCHASE

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… (218-497). Learn More »

FINE CONDITION PALMER BOLT ACTION CARBINE

FINE CONDITION PALMER BOLT ACTION CARBINE

This Palmer carbine is a bolt action, single-shot, .50 caliber rimfire carbine made by the E. G. Lamson Company of Windsor, Vermont. This carbine was the first bolt action metallic cartridge firearm… (218-494). Learn More »

FINAL MODEL GALLAGER CARBINE

FINAL MODEL GALLAGER CARBINE

The carbine offered here is one of the 5,000 Gallager carbines that were converted to fire rimfire Spencer cartridges. The nipple was replaced by a firing pin and an extractor was added. These were… (362-773). Learn More »

ORIGINAL SMITH CARBINE IN VERY FINE CONDITION

ORIGINAL SMITH CARBINE IN VERY FINE CONDITION

This is an original Civil War Smith carbine in very nice condition. Carbines of this type were used by Union forces during the Civil War. This single-shot, percussion carbine is a .50 caliber,… (218-491). Learn More »

ORIGINAL SMITH CARBINE IN VERY FINE CONDITION

ORIGINAL SMITH CARBINE IN VERY FINE CONDITION

Invented and patented by a medical physician named Gilbert Smith of Buttermilk Falls, New York in late 1855, this is an original Civil War Smith carbine in superior condition used by Union forces… (482-390). Learn More »

MODEL 1836 HALL U. S. BREECHLOADING CARBINE

MODEL 1836 HALL U. S. BREECHLOADING CARBINE

Presented here is a Model 1836 Hall breechloading smoothbore percussion carbine. These carbines were made by Harper’s Ferry from 1837 to 1840 with many being issued to the 2nd US Dragoons who were… (218-492). Learn More »

MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

The Spencer .52 caliber, repeating carbine was invented and patented by Manchester, Connecticut native Christopher M. Spencer. The U.S. government contracted for a total of over 95,000 Spencer… (909-155). Learn More »

TRIPLETT & SCOTT RIMFIRE REPEATING CARBINE

TRIPLETT & SCOTT RIMFIRE REPEATING CARBINE

This Triplett & Scott repeating carbine is a .50 caliber rimfire shoulder arm made by the Meriden Manufacturing Company of Meriden, Connecticut, circa 1865. One of an estimated quantity of 5,000… (218-493). Learn More »

MERRILL CARBINE ID’D TO TWO MEMBERS OF THE 7TH INDIANA CAVALRY

MERRILL CARBINE ID’D TO TWO MEMBERS OF THE 7TH INDIANA CAVALRY

This Merrill carbine bears serial number 12776 and shows on the Ordnance return for the 7th Indiana Cavalry as having been initially issued to Private Anthony Fredrick of Company D. Scratched on the… (G3634). Learn More »

5TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE IDENTIFIED TO THE 25TH NEW YORK CAVALRY

5TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE IDENTIFIED TO THE 25TH NEW YORK CAVALRY

Here is an original Civil War ‘Burnside’ 5th Model cavalry carbine in good original condition. Produced by the Burnside Rifle Co of Providence, Rhode Island, this .54 caliber, single-shot,… (G3521). Learn More »

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 »

4TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE

4TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE

Original Civil War Burnside 4th Model cavalry carbine that is in fair original condition. Produced by the Burnside Rifle Co of Providence, Rhode Island, this cavalry weapon is a .54 caliber… (913-09). Learn More »

MODEL 1865 SPENCER CARBINE WITH THE STABLER CUTOFF

MODEL 1865 SPENCER CARBINE WITH THE STABLER CUTOFF

Model 1865 Spencer Repeating carbine in nice untouched condition. These were produced between 1865 and 1866 by the Spencer Repeating Rifle Company of Boston, Mass. The Model 1865 carbine employed the… (909-03). Learn More »

MODEL 1858 STARR CARBINE MADE BY THE STARR ARMS COMPANY OF YONKERS, NY

MODEL 1858 STARR CARBINE MADE BY THE STARR ARMS COMPANY OF YONKERS, NY

Between 1861 and 1864 over 20,000 percussion model carbines were produced by the Starr Arms Company. A .54 caliber with a barrel length of 21 inches, overall 37.65 inches long. Barrel with approx. 98%… (36-102). Learn More »

$3,800.00
Originally $4,750.00

ORIGINAL SMITH CARBINE IN VERY FINE CONDITION

ORIGINAL SMITH CARBINE IN VERY FINE CONDITION

Invented and patented by a medical physician named Gilbert Smith of Buttermilk Falls, New York in late 1855, this is an original Civil War Smith carbine in superior condition used by Union forces… (172-4442). 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 »


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GROUP OF ITEMS ID’D TO MEMBER OF 20TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

The items in this group are ID’D to Elias B. Buck of Co. B, 20th Pennsylvania Cavalry. The first item in the group is a large, framed, full colored charcoal drawing of Buck in uniform. Framed this item meas. approx. 21.00 x 25.00 inches. The… (503-32). Learn More »

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