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.69 CALIBER WIPER FOR THE POTTSDAM MUSKET

.69 CALIBER WIPER FOR THE POTTSDAM MUSKET

With Federal authorities hard-pressed to supply arms, agents scoured Europe for just about anything that would shoot and European governments were happy to clear out older weapons from their arsenals… (M26139). Learn More »

US MODEL 1855/61 COMBINATION GUN TOOL

US MODEL 1855/61 COMBINATION GUN TOOL

Open-ended cone wrench and two screwdriver blades. Gray metal mixed with some darker gray spots and some bright metal. Just about every US rifle or carbine cartridge box of the period has a small… (1000-2419). Learn More »

$30.00
ON HOLD

US MODEL 1855/61 COMBINATION GUN TOOL

US MODEL 1855/61 COMBINATION GUN TOOL

Open-ended cone wrench and two screwdriver blades. Just about every US rifle or carbine cartridge box of the period has a small separate implement pouch for the gun tools, oily rags, etc., necessary… (1000-2420). Learn More »

US MODEL 1855/61 COMBINATION GUN TOOL

US MODEL 1855/61 COMBINATION GUN TOOL

Open-ended cone wrench and two screwdriver blades. Just about every US rifle or carbine cartridge box of the period has a small separate implement pouch for the gun tools, oily rags, etc., necessary… (1000-2418). Learn More »

FULL PACK OF .50 CALIBER GALLAGER CARTRIDGES – POULTNEY PATENT

FULL PACK OF .50 CALIBER GALLAGER CARTRIDGES – POULTNEY PATENT

A nice, solid pack containing ten .50 caliber cartridge for the Gallager carbine. These are the paper and brass foil cartridges. Made under Thomas Poultney’s patent of 1863. Pack is solid and in… (172-5443). Learn More »

BOX FOR 50 REMINGTON CARBINE CARTRIDGES – CRITTENDEN & TIBBALS

BOX FOR 50 REMINGTON CARBINE CARTRIDGES – CRITTENDEN & TIBBALS

Pasteboard box covered with a marbled wrap and green label and tape. Box held fifty “No. 46” rimfire cartridges. Box only no cartridges remain. Green label on top shows wear but remains in good… (172-5462). Learn More »

“USN” AMES POWDER FLASK, DATED “1845”.

“USN” AMES POWDER FLASK, DATED “1845”.

Maker-mark: “N.P. Ames” & date, “1845”, stamped on upper lid near spot.  Measures 9.125” in overall length, w/ “USN” in .5” lettering, and 3.25” anchors, stamped on both sides.… (M26356). Learn More »

US MODEL 1842 COMBINATION GUN TOOL

US MODEL 1842 COMBINATION GUN TOOL

Closed nipple wrench and two screwdriver blades. Just about every US rifle or carbine cartridge box of the period has a small separate implement pouch for the gun tools, oily rags, etc., necessary for… (1000-2415). Learn More »

$50.00
SOLD

CIVIL WAR AMMUNITION CRATE LID

CIVIL WAR AMMUNITION CRATE LID

Original pine lid from ammunition crate.  Measures 15 ¾” x 12 ¼” with six screw holes.  Top side is painted the regulation olive drab.  Stenciled in white paint, it is addressed to “LT.… (1054-1465). Learn More »

RARE PRE-CIVIL WAR GREENSBORO ALABAMA BUCKSHOT MOLD

RARE PRE-CIVIL WAR GREENSBORO ALABAMA BUCKSHOT MOLD

Two piece brass mold that meas. approx. 7.25 inches long by 1.00 inch wide. The mold opens on an upper hinge which can very easily separate if desired. A look at the inside shows that the mold is… (30-1849). Learn More »

$1,795.00
Originally $2,250.00

REMINGTON .36 PISTOL BULLET MOLD

REMINGTON .36 PISTOL BULLET MOLD

Iron mold with sprue cutter in good condition. Mould makes .36 conical and round ball bullets. Interior is very good with sharp mold cavities. Some light surface rust. Exterior has some light… (30-1668). Learn More »

$195.00
Originally $295.00

GUTTA PERCH PISTOL FLASK

GUTTA PERCH PISTOL FLASK

An especially fine gutta percha/hard rubber powder flask.  Examples of such flasks are found in Ray Riling’s “The Powder Flask Book” (published 1953) on pages 402 and 403.  The entire flask… (30-2142). Learn More »

AMERICAN POWDER HORN CIRCA 1790-1820

AMERICAN POWDER HORN CIRCA 1790-1820

A good size, very plain American powder horn of the late eighteenth or early nineteenth century. Powder horns were easily made from the horns of slaughtered cattle and offered hunters and woodsmen a… (1000-221). Learn More »

US M1883/4 FRONT SIGHT HOOD

US M1883/4 FRONT SIGHT HOOD

The army issued front sight hoods when requested by officers for .45-70 carbines and rifles to protect the sight from damage and misalignment. This is the 1883/4 milled version with a screw. It is… (998-911). Learn More »

RARE CONFEDERATE BOYLE, GAMBLE AND MCFEE BAYONET ADAPTER, SECOND MODEL WITH MATING NUMBER 45 AND FULL MARKINGS

RARE CONFEDERATE BOYLE, GAMBLE AND MCFEE BAYONET ADAPTER, SECOND MODEL WITH MATING NUMBER 45 AND FULL MARKINGS

Bayonet adapters enabled rifles such as the Model 1817 and Model 1841, as well as Southern-made military rifles, to be mounted with bayonets without weakening barrels by dovetailing in studs to engage… (1000-2312). Learn More »

US MODEL 1842 COMBINATION GUN TOOL

US MODEL 1842 COMBINATION GUN TOOL

Closed nipple wrench and two screwdriver blades for the 1842 .69 caliber musket. Just about every US rifle or carbine cartridge box of the period has a small separate implement pouch for the gun… (1000-2413). Learn More »

BURNSIDE CARBINE BULLET MOLD

BURNSIDE CARBINE BULLET MOLD

Iron mold to cast bullets for the Burnside carbine.  This casts the two-groove type with the dished base.  This is a lip cast type of mold where the lead is poured into the cavity through the edge… (M26219). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE RICHMOND RIFLE MUSKET COMBINATION TOOL

CONFEDERATE RICHMOND RIFLE MUSKET COMBINATION TOOL

These cleverly designed, forged iron musket tools were fabricated at Richmond. See Davies, “CS Armory Richmond,” for photographs of several examples. They combine a double-ended screwdriver blade… (1000-1194). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE .58 CALIBER SOLID BASE PICKET BULLET MOLD

CONFEDERATE .58 CALIBER SOLID BASE PICKET BULLET MOLD

This iron mold was designed to cast a single .58 caliber picket bullet, sometimes called a “sharpshooter’s bullet” by collectors. The bullets cast by this mold had a conical point atop a… (1000-2464). Learn More »

$395.00
ON HOLD

US MODEL 1855 TUMBLER PUNCH

US MODEL 1855 TUMBLER PUNCH

Just about every US rifle or carbine cartridge box of the period has a small separate implement pouch for the gun tools, oily rags, etc., necessary for the cleaning and maintenance of the soldier’s… (1000-2409). Learn More »


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1851 PATTERN SHAKO FOR OHIO STATE ARTILLERY

Pattern 1851 shakos are sporadically encountered but it is not often that one like this comes up for sale. This particular shako is for a State of Ohio artillery unit. The shako is of the usual construction with a body of dark blue wool broadcloth… (161-08). Learn More »

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