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REFERENCE BOOK ON THE COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER

REFERENCE BOOK ON THE COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER

Hardcover volume titled “A STUDY OF THE COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER” by Ron Graham, John A. Kopec and C. Kenneth Moore. Volume meas. approx. 8.75 x 11.25 inches and runs 523 pages with index.… (516-475). Learn More »

LARGE FRAME ALLEN AND WHEELOCK POCKET REVOLVER ID’D TO 16TH MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIER

LARGE FRAME ALLEN AND WHEELOCK POCKET REVOLVER ID’D TO 16TH MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIER

This revolver came from a collection of items belonging to brothers William and Edward Lyman of the 16th Massachusetts. The revolver was wired to a large frame of items carried by the brothers during… (M25900). Learn More »

MINT “BLACK WIDOW” LUGER RIG

MINT “BLACK WIDOW” LUGER RIG

Exceptional Like-New example of the highly sought-after “Black Widow” Luger used by the Germans in World War II.  Principal markings include: “9847y” (serial number); “byf”… (G3815). Learn More »

MINT BERETTA M1935 PISTOL WITH GERMAN “4UT” STAMP

MINT BERETTA M1935 PISTOL WITH GERMAN “4UT” STAMP

Exceptional Like-New example of the Beretta Model 1935 pistol used by the Germans in World War II.  Principal markings include: “570719” (serial number); “P BERETTA – CAL. 765 –… (G3816). Learn More »

MISMATCHED COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER MADE IN LATE 1862

MISMATCHED COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER MADE IN LATE 1862

This Colt Model 1860 Army is serial #78260 and was produced in late 1862. The serial number matches except for the wedge which bears #7463. All metal surfaces are gray in color with moderate to heavy… (1000-444). Learn More »

EARLY FOUR-SCREW COLT M1860 ARMY REVOLVER

EARLY FOUR-SCREW COLT M1860 ARMY REVOLVERR

This sidearm is a .44 caliber, four-screw Colt Army revolver with a 6-shot rebated cylinder that retains 50% of the cylinder scene and all original nipples. Stop pins are worn down. All the metal… (1000-441). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED M-1860 COLT ARMY REVOLVER WITH FLUTED CYLINDER, S/N 824

IDENTIFIED M-1860 COLT ARMY REVOLVER WITH FLUTED CYLINDER, S/N 824

A cap and ball percussion sidearm, this specimen is a complete Civil War Colt Model 1860 Army revolver in original condition. In production from 1860 through 1873, these handguns were the successor to… (503-150). Learn More »

MINT CONDITION REPRODUCTION OF 1ST MODEL COLT DRAGOON WITH THE ORIGINAL BOX

MINT CONDITION REPRODUCTION OF 1ST MODEL COLT DRAGOON WITH THE ORIGINAL BOX

  Weapon is a Colt manufactured reproduction of the 1st Model Colt Dragoon in new condition. The 7.50 inch long barrel is .44 and crisply stamped “ADDRESS SAML. COLT NEW-YORK CITY.” Barrel… (698-78). Learn More »

UNFIRED REPRODUCTION COLT TRAPPER’S MODEL X7 IN ORIGINAL BOX

UNFIRED REPRODUCTION COLT TRAPPER’S MODEL X7 IN ORIGINAL BOX

This reproduction is made by Colt as part of their Signature Series. Revolver is in excellent unused condition with all the original blue on the barrel and fluted cylinder and wonderful case colors on… (998-742A). Learn More »

UNFIRED REPRODUCTION FOUR SCREW COLT 1860 ARMY WITH FLUTED CYLINDER IN ORIGINAL BOX

UNFIRED REPRODUCTION FOUR SCREW COLT 1860 ARMY WITH FLUTED CYLINDER IN ORIGINAL BOX

This reproduction is made by Colt as part of their Signature Series. Revolver is in excellent unused condition with all the original blue on the barrel and cylinder and wonderful case colors on the… (698-90). Learn More »

$550.00
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ORIGINAL 19TH CENTURY WOODEN PISTOL CASE

ORIGINAL 19TH CENTURY WOODEN PISTOL CASE

Circa late 19th Century.  Measures 2.75 x 16.5 x 8.75”. Empty box, medium brown in color, handsomely trimmed in darker wood round the edges. Upper lid has blank, brass shield, 1 x .875”,… (172-4922). Learn More »

WEBLEY BENTLEY TYPE PERCUSSION DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER

WEBLEY BENTLEY TYPE PERCUSSION DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER

A variant of the Webley Bentley, .40 caliber six shot percussion revolver manufactured in the mid-19th century. Four inch barrel engraved, “E. Yeomans 35 Upper East Smithfield London”. British… (384-13). Learn More »

SMITH & WESSON NO. 2 REVOLVER WITH LOW SERIAL NUMBER

SMITH & WESSON NO. 2 REVOLVER WITH LOW SERIAL NUMBER

This is a Smith & Wesson, No. 2, Old Model Army Revolver. It is a .32 caliber, six-shot revolver with a 5” barrel, rosewood handles. Nice low serial number 2201. Production began in 1861 with… (G3733). Learn More »

$1,495.00
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SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1 THIRD ISSUE REVOLVER

SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1 THIRD ISSUE REVOLVER

Manufactured between 1868 and 1881 this revolver is a 7 shot .22 caliber weapon. Barrel is 3 3/16” long with a very strong maker’s stamp on top of barrel. Bore has light rifling and is clean.… (G3732). Learn More »

PETTINGILL ARMY REVOLVER, S/N 1954

PETTINGILL ARMY REVOLVER, S/N 1954

Percussion six-shot, double-action revolver by C.S. Pettingill (1856), manufactured by Rodgers and Spencer, which produced 2000 purchased by the Army 1861-63. This Army model features a rifled .44… (172-5064). Learn More »

SCARCE ARMY ISSUE C.S. PETTENGILL REVOLVER IN .44 CALIBER

SCARCE ARMY ISSUE C.S. PETTENGILL REVOLVER IN .44 CALIBER

The Army model was a six shot, .44 caliber “self-cocking” percussion revolver with a 7 ½” octagonal barrel. Barrel with 6 grooves. Clearly marked on top of frame, “PETTENGILL / PATENT /… (G3641). Learn More »

KETLAND/LONDON SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION PISTOL WITH BRASS “CANNON” BARREL

KETLAND/LONDON SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION PISTOL WITH BRASS “CANNON” BARREL

Single shot pistol with an interesting brass “cannon” style barrel approximately 3” long. The barrel has the “swell” at the muzzle and is marked at the left side of the breech with a worn,… (G3727). Learn More »

SPANG & WALLACE POCKET PISTOL

SPANG & WALLACE POCKET PISTOL

.36 caliber “Deringer”-style percussion pistol, with wooden ramrod and checkered grips. Company marking — “Spang & Wallace”—on scroll and leaf engraved lockplate, with “Phila”… (384-20). Learn More »

BELGIUM SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION PISTOL, C1860

BELGIUM SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION PISTOL, C1860

Maker Mark (under barrel): Crown/ AF/47 (encircled ELG star). .44 caliber, 3.75” hexagonal barrel, 7.5” length overall. Flower embossed receiver, spur hammer, smooth walnut grip. Crisp cocking… (990-26). Learn More »

MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY IN THE HOLSTER IDENTIFIED TO CAPTAIN WILMON W. BLACKMAR, 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY AND 1ST WEST VIRGINIA – MEDAL OF HONOR WINNER FOR ACTION AT FIVE FORKS, VA APRIL 1, 1865

MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY IN THE HOLSTER IDENTIFIED TO CAPTAIN WILMON W. BLACKMAR, 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY AND 1ST WEST VIRGINIA – MEDAL OF HONOR WINNER FOR ACTION AT FIVE FORKS, VA APRIL 1, 1865

Born in 1841 in Bristol, Bucks County, PA Blackmar was a 21 year old resident of Boston, MA when he enlisted on 8/30/1862 at Philadelphia, PA as a Corporal. On 8/30/1862 he mustered into "K" Co., 15th… (945-331). Learn More »

$10,000.00
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UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS USED MODEL 1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD BY AMES MFG. CO., CHICOPEE, MASS.

In 1859 the US Marine Corps regulations changed. The prized Mamaluke style sword was replaced with the same regulation sword used by the Army. This would later be reversed and today the Marines still carry the Mamaluke sword. It is exceedingly rare… (870-52). Learn More »

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