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ENGLISH WHITWORTH RIFLE CARTRIDGE

ENGLISH WHITWORTH RIFLE CARTRIDGE

English Whitworth cartridge.  The cardboard tube cartridge was patented in 1859 and was of English manufacture. Inside is a paper-patched .45 caliber Whitworth bullet and beeswax wad. The bullet is a… (778-43). Learn More »

BRASS POWDER FLASK

BRASS POWDER FLASK

Powder flask has spout present and extended twist design on both sides. The body is in very good condition with light wear and small dents. Brass on the body of flask has an even, dark patina. Brass… (172-4953). Learn More »

WAR OF 1812 -- .69 CALIBER BUCK & BALL CARTRIDGE

WAR OF 1812 -- .69 CALIBER BUCK & BALL CARTRIDGE

This is an early .69 caliber Buck & Ball cartridge.  Composed of a .69 caliber round ball with three .31 caliber buckshot on top.  Wrapped in cartridge paper and tied with string between each… (410-135). Learn More »

.69 CALIBER MUSKET BALL PULLER

.69 CALIBER MUSKET BALL PULLER

A screw ball puller was necessary to remove a ball should the soldier forget to put in the gun powder before the minie ball. Item shows light surface rust in areas. … (286-348). Learn More »

U.S. MODEL 1855 TUMBLER PUNCH

U.S. MODEL 1855 TUMBLER PUNCH

Original tumbler and band spring punch. Throughout the 45 years of issuance (from 1855-1900) tumbler punches were manufactured both with a U.S. stamp and without. This particular piece does NOT have… (286-355). Learn More »

WINCHESTER MODEL 1882 RELOADING TOOL .38 W.C.F.

WINCHESTER MODEL 1882 RELOADING TOOL .38 W.C.F.

This is a hand-operated Winchester Model 1882 loading tool for the .38-40 cartridge.  This tool allowed owners of the Model 1873 and 1892 rifle to re-use their spent cartridges while on the… (M25653). Learn More »

POWDER HORN WITH BRASS ENDS

POWDER HORN WITH BRASS ENDS

Powder horn is in very good condition with a few scattered small chips and cracks. Horn measures approximately 12 ½” long x 2 7/8” at its widest end. End is sealed with an oval brass piece which… (172-5050). Learn More »

$250.00
ON HOLD

SIX-CAVITY GANG MOULD FOR COLT PISTOL BULLETS

SIX-CAVITY GANG MOULD FOR COLT PISTOL BULLETS

Iron gang mould as used by arsenals and other commercial manufacturers to cast .44 caliber Colt “new model” revolver bullets. All six cavities are in good shape and free of nicks. Sprue cutter… (172-4963). Learn More »

$395.00
ON HOLD

LARGE CARTRIDGE COLLECTION & DISPLAY BOX

LARGE CARTRIDGE COLLECTION & DISPLAY BOX

This is an old custom-made wood case, made to carry and display a cartridge collection. Well constructed of wood, with reinforced brass corner plates inside and out. Lid has full length piano hinge… (172-4528). Learn More »

BRASS POWDER FLASK

BRASS POWDER FLASK

Clamshell style powder flask has spout present. The body is in very good condition with light wear and very small dents. Brass has darkened with age and has scattered spotting. Total length measures 8… (172-4938). Learn More »

BRASS POWDER FLASK

BRASS POWDER FLASK

Clamshell style powder flask has spout present. The body is in very good condition with light wear and a few very small dents. Brass maintains a bright patina with some scattered spotting. Spout is… (172-4940). Learn More »

EXCELLENT CONDITION .36 CALIBER REVOLVER CARTRIDGE

EXCELLENT CONDITION .36 CALIBER REVOLVER CARTRIDGE

This is what was termed the “paper envelope” cartridge. Used in Colt, Remington, and any other .36 caliber percussion revolver of the Civil War. Constructed using a typical “new model” .39… (801-574). Learn More »

MAYNARD CARTRIDGE WRAPPER REMAINS FROM SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION

MAYNARD CARTRIDGE WRAPPER REMAINS FROM SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION

Contained ten .52 caliber Maynard carbine cartridges.  Intact w/strings.  In protective plastic box. Ott Shields amassed one of the earliest and well known collections of Gettysburg artifacts.  In… (149-21). Learn More »

$150.00
Originally $195.00

CONFEDERATE LABEL AND WRAPPER FOR 10 BUCKSHOT CARTRIDGES - COLUMBUS ARSENAL

CONFEDERATE LABEL AND WRAPPER FOR 10 BUCKSHOT CARTRIDGES - COLUMBUS ARSENAL

This very rare, Civil War ammunition relic, is an original, printed, outer paper wrapper that once held ten rounds of paper cartridges of .577 caliber used in the British pattern Enfield rifle. The… (149-20). Learn More »

$395.00
Originally $495.00

COLT ARMY PISTOL AMMUNITION CRATE

COLT ARMY PISTOL AMMUNITION CRATE

Wooden crate was made for the Colt army pistol. Crate has the original lid, handles and iron hardware. There is a faint maker’s mark stamped on one end which reads, “COLT’S ARMY PISTOL WITH… (611-546). Learn More »

$700.00
Originally $895.00

BULLET MOLD

BULLET MOLD

Mold is in good working condition with light surface rust and pitting. The cavity itself is in good condition and casts round bullets. Measures 4 ¼” long. Approx. ¼” has broken off of the end of… (172-4490). Learn More »

BRASS POWDER FLASK

BRASS POWDER FLASK

Clamshell style powder flask has spout present. A ring is attached on each side for hanging cord. The body is in good condition with light wear, very small dents and one pinhole. Brass has darkened… (172-4487). Learn More »

HAZARD GUNPOWDER CAN, PATENTED AUG. 22, 1893

HAZARD GUNPOWDER CAN, PATENTED AUG. 22, 1893

Tin can for gunpowder is painted gold. Label reads, “HAZARD SMOKELESS / HAZARD POWDER CO. / NEW YORK / FOR SHOTGUNS ONLY”.  Reverse has directions and patent date of Aug. 22, 1893. Can measures 3… (172-4477). Learn More »

.44 CALIBER COLT REVOLVER GANG MOLD

.44 CALIBER COLT REVOLVER GANG MOLD

Six-cavity gang mold for Colt revolver bullets. The exterior of this mold is in great condition and is stamped “44H” on the side of the mold and “AHK” inspector initials on top of each handle.… (M25606). Learn More »

.577 CALIBER ENGLISH ENFIELD PATTERN CARTRIDGE

.577 CALIBER ENGLISH ENFIELD PATTERN CARTRIDGE

Fabricated by Ludlow Brothers of Birmingham, England. Nice display in a 8.25” x 12.25” Riker case. Photocopy of an original wrapper at top with info sheet below, and then the cartridge at the… (M24051). Learn More »


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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. arsenals used 12 buckshot. Tied above and below… (286-234). Learn More »

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