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EARLY “BATTY”-MARKED MARTIAL “PEACE” FLASK

EARLY “BATTY”-MARKED MARTIAL “PEACE” FLASK

Here is a large, handsome martial powder flask made for a percussion pistol or longarm. The name of “Batty” is widely known in flask history since his “Peace” flask product enjoyed the longest… (1000-709). Learn More »

WWI-ERA KRAG-JORGENSEN RIFLE [.30/.40] KRAG CARTRIDGE BANDOLIER

WWI-ERA KRAG-JORGENSEN RIFLE [.30/.40] KRAG CARTRIDGE BANDOLIER

Six pocket bandolier with strap. Manufactured at Frankford Arsenal. Marked “60 Ball Cartridges, Cal. .30 / Model of 1898 / Frankford Arsenal” across three of the pockets. Stamped on a fourth… (1000-739). Learn More »

LATE 1890’S MILLS CARTRIDGE BELT WITH PLATE

LATE 1890’S MILLS CARTRIDGE BELT WITH PLATE

Dark blue web belt with a single row of sewn loops for holding ammunition. Belt meas. approx. 3.00 inches wide by 34.00 inches long including the plate. Belt can be extended approx. another 10 inches.… (998-897). Learn More »

BRITISH SERGEANT’S MUSKET TOOL

BRITISH SERGEANT’S MUSKET TOOL

This is the sergeant’s combination musket tool for the Pattern 1853 Enfield. The tool is made up of several parts combined in the shape of a “T”.  The body of the tool measures 4 ¾” long. A… (1000-1192). Learn More »

MODEL 1855 MUSKET TOOL

MODEL 1855 MUSKET TOOL

Tool has nipple wrench on one end while the other has three screwdriver blades of varying size. Tool retains much of its original finish but does show some light surface pitting. Blades are stiff and… (998-944). Learn More »

VERY RARE NON-DUG RICHMOND CARBINE TOOL

VERY RARE NON-DUG RICHMOND CARBINE TOOL

This is an exceedingly scarce Confederate-made tool.  In very good, original condition, this hand forged iron tool was manufactured at Richmond.  For carbines, this is a smaller version of the… (1000-1197). Learn More »

SELMA ARSENAL WRAPPER AND ENFIELD CARTRIDGES

SELMA ARSENAL WRAPPER AND ENFIELD CARTRIDGES

Included in a wood display case is a cartridge wrapper from Selma Arsenal dated July 1864, seven complete cartridges, and a pack of percussion caps.  The cartridges and caps came out of this… (1000-743). Learn More »

LATE 1890’S MILLS CARTRIDGE BELT WITH PLATE

LATE 1890’S MILLS CARTRIDGE BELT WITH PLATE

Dark blue web belt with a single row of sewn loops for holding ammunition. Belt meas. approx. 3.00 inches wide by 40.50 inches long including the plate. Belt has four centrally mounted grommets on the… (998-849). Learn More »

CIRCA 1850’S PAIR OF LEATHER SHOT/POWDER FLASKS

CIRCA 1850’S PAIR OF LEATHER SHOT/POWDER FLASKS

Overall length 14”, with 2.125” brass nozzles, both functional for dispensing power. Along with buckles and holed attachment straps. Their brown leather supple with sewn repairs (neatly done) near… (665-14). Learn More »

SMALL BRASS POWDER FLASK

SMALL BRASS POWDER FLASK

Ca. 1845. 4.5” in length, 2.125” at base. Exhibits light coppery patina, a few slight dents. Else VG and handsome. Nozzle dosage lever operable.  [jp] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS… (490-1579). Learn More »

MARKED ARTILLERY AMMUNITION CRATE ID’D TO A NEW YORK LIGHT ARTILLERY OFFICER

MARKED ARTILLERY AMMUNITION CRATE ID’D TO A NEW YORK LIGHT ARTILLERY OFFICER

Crate is for 12 lb spherical case shells and was used by Captain Joseph W. Martin of the 6th New York Light Artillery. Exterior measurements on the crate are 20.00 inches long x 13.00 inches wide x… (1000-530). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE BUCKSHOT CARTRIDGE – AUGUSTA ARSENAL

CONFEDERATE BUCKSHOT CARTRIDGE – AUGUSTA ARSENAL

Very scarce Confederate buckshot cartridge made at Augusta Arsenal.  These Augusta cartridges are easily recognized by the salmon-colored paper and that they are filled with 15 buckshot.  Other C.S.… (286-234). Learn More »

$550.00
Originally $750.00

MODEL 1863 MUSKET COMBINATION TOOL

MODEL 1863 MUSKET COMBINATION TOOL

Original finish present throughout. Threads are strong.  [ad] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR LAYAWAY… (998-942). Learn More »

EARLY PATTERN MODEL 1855 .58 BALL PULLER

EARLY PATTERN MODEL 1855 .58 BALL PULLER

Original finish present throughout. Threads are strong. [ad] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR LAYAWAY… (998-925). Learn More »

COLT 1849 POCKET REVOLVER .31 CAL. BULLET MOLD

COLT 1849 POCKET REVOLVER .31 CAL. BULLET MOLD

Maker stamp: “Colt’s Patent”, plus “H”.  Brass pliers-handled with mold  grooves (2 ball, 2 bullet). Exhibits bright patina. Mold grooves bright and sharp. Colt produced 336,000 pocket… (490-1580). Learn More »

US “PEACE” POWDER FLASK

US “PEACE” POWDER FLASK

Dated 1847, by Batty. Brass plated copper flask designed to accompany the M1841 “Mississippi” rifle made famous by Jefferson Davis’ regiment during the Mexican War. Measure 9.25” in length,… (M25579). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ERA .52 CALIBER SPENCER CARTRIDGES IN SLEEVE

CIVIL WAR ERA .52 CALIBER SPENCER CARTRIDGES IN SLEEVE

Here is an inner sleeve from a package of Spencer cartridges. Six of these plain cardboard sleeves were packed into an outer, labelled box for the Spencer. This sleeve still contains six of the seven… (998-544). Learn More »

US MODEL 1855 MAINSPRING VICE

US MODEL 1855 MAINSPRING VICE

Tool used for removing the mainspring from the lock. Very good condition. Operates properly.  [ad] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE,… (286-390). Learn More »

US MODEL 1855/1861 COMBINATION TOOL

US MODEL 1855/1861 COMBINATION TOOL

One end has open-ended wrench while the other has two different sized screwdriver blades. Blades are stiff and need oiled otherwise the item is in good condition. … (286-392). Learn More »

BRASS POWDER FLASK

BRASS POWDER FLASK

Powder flask is missing spout. Has two rings on each side for hanging cord. The body is in good condition with light wear and very small dents. Brass has darkened with age and has scattered areas of… (172-4955). Learn More »


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BOOTS STATED TO BE THOSE WORN BY GENERAL SAMUEL K. ZOOK WHEN KILLED AT GETTYSBURG & OTHER RELATED ITEMS

These boots surfaced in the collection of the late Stan Landis of Quakertown, Pennsylvania and then passed to a New York collector where they were obtained in 1975 by George Lower, owner of the well-known shop “The Gettysburg Sutler,” who then… (355-39). Learn More »

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