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SHARPS CARBINE CONVERSION FOR THE METALLIC CARTRIDGE

SHARPS CARBINE CONVERSION FOR THE METALLIC CARTRIDGE

Presented here is a Sharps carbine factory-alteration specimen designed to use a centerfire, metallic, self-contained cartridge. Carbine is in good overall condition with serial number “C29084”… (1000-422). Learn More »

SMITH CARBINE

SMITH CARBINE

The .50 caliber barrel retains most of its original blue throughout and is free of pitting. Blue finish is thinning and turning a plumb brown. The iron blade front sight is mortised into the barrel… (1000-417). Learn More »

WONDERFUL SMITH CARBINE IN VERY FINE CONDITION

WONDERFUL SMITH CARBINE IN VERY FINE CONDITION

Carbine meas. approx. 39.00 inches overall. The .50 caliber barrel retains its original blue throughout and is free of any imperfections. The iron blade front sight is mortised into the barrel above… (1000-404). Learn More »

ORIGINAL 5TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE FROM THE SOLDIER’S NATIONAL MUSEUM, GETTYSBURG

ORIGINAL 5TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE FROM THE SOLDIER’S NATIONAL MUSEUM, GETTYSBURG

Here is an original Civil War ‘Burnside’ 5th Model carbine in very good original condition. The carbine was once part of the famous Jennie Wade Museum and Soldier’s National Museum collections… (G3784). Learn More »

STARR METALLIC CARTRIDGE CARBINE

STARR METALLIC CARTRIDGE CARBINE

Produced between 1865 and 1867 by the Starr Arms Company of Yonkers, New York. The Starr carbine resembled the more famous ‘Sharps’ breechloader carbine of the Civil War. These carbines were all… (998-66). Learn More »

NEW MODEL 1859 SHARPS CARBINE

NEW MODEL 1859 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… (G3783). Learn More »

JOSLYN MODEL 1862 CARBINE

JOSLYN MODEL 1862 CARBINE

The Joslyn carbine Model 1862, often referred to as the First Model, was a cavalry weapon that used an innovative pivoting breechblock system invented and patented by Massachusetts gun designer… (218-508). Learn More »

$2,695.00
Originally $2,850.00

STARR PERCUSSION CARBINE

STARR PERCUSSION CARBINE

Issued to the Federal cavalry during the Civil War, this weapon is a good example of a Starr carbine, a breech loading, .54 caliber, percussion weapon produced by the Starr Arms Company of Yonkers,… (G3785). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR JOSLYN MODEL 1864 CARBINE IN GOOD CONDITION

CIVIL WAR JOSLYN MODEL 1864 CARBINE IN GOOD CONDITION

The Joslyn carbine Model 1864, sometimes called the Second Model, was a cavalry weapon that used an innovative breechloading, single-shot, .52 caliber rimfire system invented and patented by… (998-149). Learn More »

VERY NICE MERRILL CARBINE

VERY NICE 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 Merrill carbine in .54 caliber. This… (998-74). Learn More »

MINTY MAYNARD “2nd MODEL” CARBINE

MINTY MAYNARD “2nd MODEL” CARBINE

The Massachusetts Arms Company manufactured around 20,000 of these carbines between 1863 and 1865. This differs from the first model in that it has no patch box, or tape primer system among some other… (998-81). Learn More »

EXCELLENT TRIPLETT & SCOTT RIMFIRE REPEATING CARBINE

EXCELLENT 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… (998-72). Learn More »

WW2 US .30 CAL. M1 STANDARD CARBINE

WW2 US .30 CAL. M1 STANDARD CARBINE

Standard was awarded a contract for 370,000 carbines on August 6, 1942. Approximately 247,160 total carbines were made by Standard Products, about 4% of M1 carbines made. The first block of serial… (G3737). Learn More »

$2,250.00
ON HOLD

EXCELLENT GWYN & CAMPBELL CIVIL WAR TYPE 2 CARBINE

EXCELLENT GWYN & CAMPBELL CIVIL WAR TYPE 2 CARBINE

Presented here, in excellent condition, is a Type II Gwyn & Campbell carbine. One of some 4,000 carbines produced, the .52 caliber, percussion breech-loading Gwyn & Campbell carbine was the… (218-507). Learn More »

$2,695.00
Originally $2,795.00

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 excellent original condition. Carbine, which fired the… (G3721). Learn More »

$3,995.00
ON HOLD

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 excellent original condition. Carbine, which fired the… (990-28). Learn More »

$3,250.00
ON HOLD

NEW MODEL 1863 SHARPS CARBINE CONVERTED TO CENTERFIRE

NEW MODEL 1863 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… (482-419). Learn More »

MODEL 1865 SPENCER CARBINE WITH STABLER CUTOFF

MODEL 1865 SPENCER CARBINE WITH STABLER CUTOFF

Model 1865 Spencer Repeating carbine in good condition. These were produced between 1865 and 1866 by the Spencer Repeating Rifle Company of Boston, Mass. The Model 1865 carbine employed the… (218-505). Learn More »

$2,095.00
Originally $2,195.00

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… (218-527). 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… (809-33). Learn More »


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PRESENTATION M1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 2ND LT. THOMAS W. CARTRIGHT, 5TH NEW YORK (DURYEE ZOUAVES) - DIED OF WOUNDS RECEIVED AT GAINES’ MILL

This attractive Model 1850 Foot Officer’s sword, complete with original metal scabbard was presented to Lieutenant Thomas W. Cartright. This young man enlisted in the 5th New York Infantry on April 25, 1861 as a private. He quickly rose through the… (870-648). Learn More »

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