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COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER

COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER

All matching serial number, 136174, places production in early 1863. Civilian model. .36 cal. 6-shot cylinder. 7 ½” octagonal barrel with attached loading lever. Trigger guard and backstrap with… (516-40). Learn More »

STARR ARMS CO. SINGLE-ACTION 1863 ARMY REVOLVER

STARR ARMS CO. SINGLE-ACTION 1863 ARMY REVOLVER

Made c. 1863-65; total quantity about 32,000. .44 caliber six shot round cylinder. Eight inch round barrel. Walnut grip with a faint inspector’s cartouche on each side. Serial number 39328. Superb… (516-49). Learn More »

NICE COLT 1851 NAVY REVOLVER

NICE COLT 1851 NAVY REVOLVER

One of the most popular pistols ever produced by Samuel Colt’s firm in Hartford, Connecticut was the 1851 Navy model considered at the time as a premier medium caliber handgun. As a six-shot, .36… (801-130). Learn More »

FINE H. ASTON M1842 PERCUSSION PISTOL

FINE H. ASTON M1842 PERCUSSION PISTOL

This martial-marked percussion handgun is a very fine and most pleasing specimen of the Model 1842 single shot pistol produced by H. Aston of Middletown, Connecticut. Aston and Ira Johnson, both of… (172-4225). Learn More »

ORIGINAL WARTIME COLT MODEL 1851 ‘NAVY’ REVOLVER WITH PERIOD ALTERATION TO ACCEPT A STOCK

ORIGINAL WARTIME COLT MODEL 1851 ‘NAVY’ REVOLVER WITH PERIOD ALTERATION TO ACCEPT A STOCK

Presented here is a Fourth Model specimen of an original Colt 1851 Navy Revolver in good condition. One of the most popular pistols ever produced by Samuel Colt’s firm in Hartford, Connecticut was… (G3502). Learn More »

GROUPING OF ITEMS IDENTIFIED TO CALVIN LITTLEFIELD OF THE 94TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

GROUPING OF ITEMS IDENTIFIED TO CALVIN LITTLEFIELD OF THE 94TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

The following is Littlefield’s obituary as printed in the Watertown Daily Times dated Thursday January 6, 1910:     COL. CALVIN LITTLEFIELD AND HIS DISTINGUISHED CAREER LAST OF HIS… (801-169). Learn More »

HISTORICAL FIREARMS STOLEN FROM THE NATIONAL CIVIL WAR MUSEUM IN HARRISBURG, PA

HISTORICAL FIREARMS STOLEN FROM THE NATIONAL CIVIL WAR MUSEUM IN HARRISBURG, PA

Please click on the photograph above to view a flyer containing information regarding a Model 1860 Henry Rifle and pair of cased presentation Colt Revolvers identified to Secretary of War Simon…. Learn More »

J. M. COOPER DOUBLE-ACTION, NAVY MODEL REVOLVER

J. M. COOPER DOUBLE-ACTION, NAVY MODEL REVOLVER

Presented here is a secondary martial sidearm produced by the J. M. Cooper Company of Philadelphia, PA. Known as a Navy Second Model Revolver, this specimen was one of approximately 11,000 handguns… (841-01). Learn More »

SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION POCKET PISTOL

SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION POCKET PISTOL

Barrel is approx. 2.50 inches long and measures .30 at the muzzle but widens some at the breech. The metal surfaces are bright and look to have been cleaned. The hammer has a sloppy action but it does… (G3365). Learn More »

CASED, ENGRAVED MODEL 1862 COLT POLICE REVOLVER

CASED, ENGRAVED MODEL 1862 COLT POLICE REVOLVER

Serial Number “6797”, all numbers matching. 36 caliber, 5-shot-rebated and half fluted cylinder, with 6.5” barrel. All metal parts florally engraved, brass trigger guard and back-strap included.… (740-239). Learn More »

MARTIALLY-MARKED, THIRD MODEL COLT 1851 NAVY REVOLVER

MARTIALLY-MARKED, THIRD MODEL COLT 1851 NAVY REVOLVER

Here is an original, U. S. marked, Third Model version of the popular 1851 Colt Navy Revolver in very good overall condition. One of the most sought after models ever produced by Samuel Colt’s firm… (172-3661). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED SILVER PLATED MODEL 1849 POCKET COLT MADE IN EARLY 1857P ID'D TO NEW YORK SERGEANT

IDENTIFIED SILVER PLATED MODEL 1849 POCKET COLT MADE IN EARLY 1857

This pocket Colt has a serial number of 132954 that matches throughout including the wedge pin. It is silver plated throughout. The octagonal barrel is 4.00 inches long and with light scattered wear… (362-681). Learn More »

PRESCOTT POCKET REVOLVER ID’D TO MURDERED MARYLAND OFFICER

PRESCOTT POCKET REVOLVER ID’D TO MURDERED MARYLAND OFFICER

This .32 rimfire pocket revolver was made by E. A. Prescott from about 1862-1867. This is what is known as the short frame style with a 3.25 inch octagon barrel stamped in two lines on the top “E.… (750-01). Learn More »

$5,000.00
Originally $6,500.00

MODEL 1849 COLT POCKET REVOLVER FROM LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM

MODEL 1849 COLT POCKET REVOLVER FROM LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM

This pocket Colt has a 5.00 inch octagon barrel and six shot cylinder that retains 90% of the cylinder scene. The serial number on all parts match. The number is 278685 showing that the revolver was… (821-39). Learn More »

ORIGINAL PRE-WAR COLT MODEL 1851 ‘NAVY’ REVOLVER

ORIGINAL PRE-WAR COLT MODEL 1851 ‘NAVY’ REVOLVER

Presented here is a Third Model specimen of an original Colt 1851 Navy Revolver in very good condition. One of the most popular pistols ever produced by Samuel Colt’s firm in Hartford, Connecticut… (779-06). Learn More »

SWISS MODEL 1882 DOUBLE ACTION PISTOL WITH HOLSTER / STOCK

SWISS MODEL 1882 DOUBLE ACTION PISTOL WITH HOLSTER / STOCK

Introduced in 1882, chambered for the 7.5 mm, this revolver has extensive Swiss Cross proofs and matching full numbers on the 4.5 inch barrel, frame and cylinder, with matching partial numbers on most… (740-218). Learn More »

WW1 DWM 1917 DATED ARTILLERY LUGER WITH STOCK

WW1 DWM 1917 DATED ARTILLERY LUGER WITH STOCK

This is a WW1 artillery model 9 mm luger. It has an eight inch barrel.  It has a "1917" dated chamber, "DWM" on the toggle and "GESICHERT" and "GELADEN" marked safety and extractor. External numbers… (740-204). Learn More »

PAIR OF IRISH DUELING PISTOLS, CIRCA 1830’s

PAIR OF IRISH DUELING PISTOLS, CIRCA 1830’s

A stunning pair of percussion locks dueling pistols by M.L. Pattison of Dublin, Ireland. Working from 1802–1836. Each individual pistol exhibits the finest quality of European Gunsmithing of the… (172-2908). Learn More »

BRITISH TOWER LOCKPLATE AND HAMMER FOR FLINTLOCK PISTOL

BRITISH TOWER LOCKPLATE AND HAMMER FOR FLINTLOCK PISTOL

Iron lockplate with iron pan and frizzen. Surface is semi-bright with some light discoloration. The lockplate has a crown with “GR” below it forward of the hammer and the word “TOWER” behind… (689-104). Learn More »

SMITH & WESSON MODEL NO.1, SECOND ISSUE REVOLVER ID’D TO MEMBER OF 54TH AND 42ND MASSACHUSETTS

SMITH & WESSON MODEL NO.1, SECOND ISSUE REVOLVER ID’D TO MEMBER OF 54TH AND 42ND MASSACHUSETTS

Revolver is serial number 28175. It is engraved on the backstrap “W. E LOVEGROVE, CO. K, 54TH REG. MASS. VS.” The number “54” has an “X” over it with the number “42nd”… (690-06). Learn More »


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1850’S MILITIA OFFICER’S COATEE

Coat has a dark blue wool body with yellow wool collar, tails, turn-backs and piping on the cuffs. Front has a wool buff colored placket. All buttons are 17mm eagle “I” buttons. The dark blue wool body of the coatee is clean and tightly sewn.… (801-423). Learn More »

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