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EXCELLENT REMINGTON NEW MODEL ARMY REVOLVER

EXCELLENT REMINGTON NEW MODEL ARMY REVOLVER

The Colt factory fire in January 1864 did not help production of the 1860 Army, but the real reason for the drop off in orders to Colt was the Ordnance Department had grown tired of his pricing… (475-314). Learn More »

INSCRIBED SMITH AND WESSON NO.2 ARMY OF LT. HENRY T. JOHNS 49th AND 61st MASSACHUSETTS, MEDAL OF HONOR: FORLORN HOPE AT PORT HUDSON

INSCRIBED SMITH AND WESSON NO.2 ARMY OF LT. HENRY T. JOHNS 49th AND 61st MASSACHUSETTS, MEDAL OF HONOR: FORLORN HOPE AT PORT HUDSON

Henry T. Johns was a 34 year-old Methodist minister in Hinsdale, Massachusetts, who felt he could no longer put off enlisting in the army after the set backs of McClellan’s Peninsula Campaign in… (715-24). Learn More »

FINE OR NEAR EXCELLENT DOUBLE-ACTION STARR REVOLVER

FINE OR NEAR EXCELLENT DOUBLE-ACTION STARR REVOLVER

This is a very nice Starr 1858 double action revolver in fine or near excellent condition with better than 30 percent original finish, crisp markings, and nice wood showing inspector cartouches on… (2020-1017). Learn More »

$1,495.00
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1838 DATED U.S. 1836 PATTERN PISTOL BY ASA WATERS WITH PERCUSSION CONVERSION

1838 DATED U.S. 1836 PATTERN PISTOL BY ASA WATERS WITH PERCUSSION CONVERSION

The Model 1836 pistol was the culmination of decades of experiment, experience, and change. Reilly considered it to be the “finest military flintlock pistol ever produced,” with “trim lines,… (1000-1016). Learn More »

EXCELLENT MAUSER 1940 LUGER – VERY RARE VARIANT

EXCELLENT MAUSER 1940 LUGER – VERY RARE VARIANT

Exceptional example of a very rare Mauser Banner Luger diverted from a police contract to the German Army in early 1940.  Principal markings include: “1084x” (serial number); “MAUSER” banner… (2020-646). Learn More »

INSCRIBED PRESENTATION COLT 1849 POCKET REVOLVER

INSCRIBED PRESENTATION COLT 1849 POCKET REVOLVER

This 1849 Colt pocket is serial numbered 181658, giving it an 1860 date of manufacture according to the Colt company site. This was the most popular of Colt’s percussion arms, some 340,000 being… (172-5580). Learn More »

MODEL 1849 COLT POCKET REVOLVER MANUFACTURED IN 1862

MODEL 1849 COLT POCKET REVOLVER MANUFACTURED IN 1862

Presented here is a classic Colt cap and ball revolver commonly referred to as the 1849 Pocket Model. This personal sidearm, in good original condition overall, features a 4” long, octagonal barrel… (2020-853). Learn More »

$625.00
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NICE LOOKING INSCRIBED SMITH AND WESSON NO. 1 SECOND ISSUE REVOLVER: JAMES M. KIRKLAND, VETERAN OF THE 169th PA, AKA “CYCLONE KIRKLAND” OF PITTSBURGH, PA

NICE LOOKING INSCRIBED SMITH AND WESSON NO. 1 SECOND ISSUE REVOLVER: JAMES M. KIRKLAND, VETERAN OF THE 169th PA, AKA “CYCLONE KIRKLAND” OF PITTSBURGH, PA

This pretty pocket pistol has good finish remaining on the barrel, frame and engraved backstrap, very nice rosewood grips, and an interesting owner. These seven-shot .22 caliber pistols were made by… (172-5582). Learn More »

SHARPS FOUR-BARREL PEPPERBOX

SHARPS FOUR-BARREL PEPPERBOX

Weapon is .22 rimfire pepperbox with four barrels. Barrel area retains much of its bluing. Barrels slides forward for loading by depressing a button on the underside of the forward section of the… (1099-08). Learn More »

MOORE FRONT LOADING TEAT FIRE REVOLVER

MOORE FRONT LOADING TEAT FIRE REVOLVER

Weapon is a Moore .32 front loading revolver with a 3.25-inch barrel and six shot cylinder. These weapons were produced from 1864-1870. Barrel marking of “MOORE’S PAT. FIREARMS CO. BROOKLYN,… (1099-06). Learn More »

MODEL 1862 COLT POLICE REVOLVER

MODEL 1862 COLT POLICE REVOLVER

This is a Model 1862 Colt Police revolver. This is a .36 caliber revolver with a five-shot rebated half fluted cylinder, a 6 ½” long round barrel with attached loading lever, and an iron frame with… (1111-05). Learn More »

REPRODUCTION .44 REMINGTON BY PIETTA WITH CONVERSION CYLINDER

REPRODUCTION .44 REMINGTON BY PIETTA WITH CONVERSION CYLINDER

Revolver has a 5.50 inch octagon barrel and a six-shot cylinder. Barrel, loading lever, cylinder and frame all retain the original blue. All nipples are present on the cylinder. Hammer shows case… (1042-42). Learn More »

STARR DOUBLE ACTION 1858 ARMY REVOLVER

STARR DOUBLE ACTION 1858 ARMY REVOLVER

Starr made about 23,000 revolvers circa 1850s-1860s. The single action replaced the Model 1858 double action because it was less expensive to manufacture. The only other revolvers that surpass the… (482-450). Learn More »

$1,295.00
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MANHATTAN .31 REVOLVER SERIES I

MANHATTAN .31 REVOLVER SERIES I

Weapon is .31 caliber revolver made by the Manhattan Fire Arms Company and bears serial #947 throughout except for the wedge which is blank. Barrel is 4.00 inches in length and is octagon in shape.… (1099-10). Learn More »

FLINTLOCK PISTOL – BELGIAN COPY OF M1836 PISTOL

FLINTLOCK PISTOL – BELGIAN COPY OF M1836 PISTOL

This sidearm is a Belgian copy of the Model 1836 single-shot pistol. The 16” long pistol is a .54 caliber smoothbore muzzleloader that has a 10” round barrel with a clear bore. Barrel is a mottled… (1111-03). Learn More »

BULLDOG REVOLVER

BULLDOG REVOLVER

Double-action .30 revolver with a 1.75 inch barrel and fluted six shot cylinder with folding trigger. Flat topped round barrel is decorated with a dot pattern on the top and along both edges. Top of… (31-1572). Learn More »

$475.00
Originally $595.00

COLT FACTORY ENGRAVED OPEN TOP REVOLVER

COLT FACTORY ENGRAVED OPEN TOP REVOLVER

Made from about 1871-1877 this revolver is .22 with a 2 3/8 inch barrel. Barrel is nickel plated and decorated on each side with a grape arbor type decoration. The top of the barrel has a strong two… (31-1565). Learn More »

$1,800.00
Originally $2,250.00

SOUTHERNER DERRINGER

SOUTHERNER DERRINGER

Produced between 1866-73. Top barrel marking: “SOUTHERNER”, with company marking left side. 41 Cal. Rimfire spur-trigger, single-shot. 2.5” octagonal blued barrel pivots sideways to load. Brass… (31-1550). Learn More »

$880.00
Originally $1,100.00

SMITH & WESSON MODEL #1, 2ND ISSUE REVOLVER

SMITH & WESSON MODEL #1, 2ND ISSUE REVOLVER

Between 1860 and 1868, the Smith & Wesson arms company in Springfield, Massachusetts produced some 17,000 of these small arms for government and civilian use. This weapon is .22 cal short rimfire… (31-1546). Learn More »

$395.00
Originally $495.00
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SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION PISTOL WITH FOLDING TRIGGER

SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION PISTOL WITH FOLDING TRIGGER

Large caliber single barrel pistol imported from an unknown arms maker, probably Belgian or French.  In good overall condition, the muzzle-loading cap and ball pistol measures 9” long and has a 54… (31-1489). Learn More »

$380.00
Originally $475.00


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THE ONLY KNOWN WIDMANN 1840 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER: DATED 1844

This is a unique opportunity to acquire a one-of-a-kind U.S. cavalry officer’s saber. Frederick W. Widmann emigrated to the U.S. in 1816 and set up business in Philadelphia as a die-sinker and sword-mounter using imported sword blades by 1825.… (870-279). Learn More »

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