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.46 CALIBER BALLARD CARBINE

.46 CALIBER BALLARD CARBINE

This Ballard carbine is a .46 caliber, rimfire, single shot, breechloading arm produced between 1867-1869. Ballard arms (rifles and carbines) were invented and patented by Charles H. Ballard of… (172-4603). Learn More »

INSCRIBED LOW-NUMBER FLUTED COLT ARMY OF CONFEDERATE LT. JOHN ALLAN, ADJUTANT 6th VIRGINIA CAVALRY, KILLED IN ACTION AT GETTYSBURG

INSCRIBED LOW-NUMBER FLUTED COLT ARMY OF CONFEDERATE LT. JOHN ALLAN, ADJUTANT 6th VIRGINIA CAVALRY, KILLED IN ACTION AT GETTYSBURG

Until recently the battle at Fairfield was numbered among the “forgotten” cavalry engagements of Gettysburg, overshadowed by the clash on July 3 two miles east of the town behind the Union center.… (1000-440). Learn More »

$18,500.00
Originally $25,000.00

BURNSIDE CARBINE BULLET MOLD

BURNSIDE CARBINE BULLET MOLD

Iron mold to cast bullets for the Burnside carbine.  This casts the two-groove type with the dished base.  This is a lip cast type of mold where the lead is poured into the cavity through the edge… (2020-565). Learn More »

$495.00
ON HOLD

STARR PERCUSSION CARBINE

STARR PERCUSSION CARBINE

Issued to the Federal cavalry during the Civil War, this weapon is a good example. Manufactured between 1862 and 1865, the Starr percussion carbines were all .54 caliber breechloaders fitted with… (1000-419). Learn More »

FOUR-INCH COLT POCKET MADE IN 1862

FOUR-INCH COLT POCKET MADE IN 1862

This .31 Caliber Colt Pocket Revolver has lots of tarnished silver left on the triggerguard and buttstrap, and even some color on the cylinder, which has a very sharp stagecoach robbery scene. Both… (266-1033). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ENFIELD SERGEANT’S GUN TOOL

CIVIL WAR ENFIELD SERGEANT’S GUN TOOL

Sometimes nicknamed the T-tool, these British combination guntools for the Enfield rifle musket do not seem to have been imported in bulk, but are excavated “with some frequency” and were likely… (2020-1190). Learn More »

PACK OF 7 CARTRIDGES FOR M1860 (56-56) SPENCER (& JOSLYN)

PACK OF 7 CARTRIDGES FOR M1860 (56-56) SPENCER (& JOSLYN)

This is one of the “inner” sleeves from a full box of 42 Spencer cartridges.  A complete box of Spencer ammunition contained six of these smaller boxes.  Each “inner sleeve” held seven… (362-913). Learn More »

PACK OF 7 CARTRIDGES FOR M1860 (56-56) SPENCER

PACK OF 7 CARTRIDGES FOR M1860 (56-56) SPENCER

This is one of the “inner” sleeves from a full box of 42 Spencer cartridges.  A complete box of Spencer ammunition contained six of these smaller boxes.  Each “inner sleeve” held seven… (362-914). Learn More »

ALLIN CONVERSION MODEL 1865 TRAPDOOR RIFLE

ALLIN CONVERSION MODEL 1865 TRAPDOOR RIFLE

This rifle is the first model of the Allin conversion trapdoor. The breech loading “Trapdoor” mechanism, designed by Erskine S. Allin of the Springfield Armory was adopted in 1865 and 5000 model… (490-1835). Learn More »

$2,795.00
ON HOLD

MODEL 1862 JOSLYN CARBINE

MODEL 1862 JOSLYN CARBINE

This is a very good example of the breech-loading .52 caliber Joslyn carbine as carried by a number of Union cavalry regiments. Total production is estimated at 3,300, with 2,201 purchased by the… (506-20). Learn More »

$1,450.00
ON HOLD

SMITH & WESSON MODEL NO.1 THIRD ISSUE REVOLVER

SMITH & WESSON MODEL NO.1 THIRD ISSUE REVOLVER

Revolver is .22 rimfire with a barrel that meas. approx. 3 3/16  inches long. Top of barrel is strongly stamped with “SMITH & WESSON, SPRINGFIELD, MASS. PATENTED APRIL 3 .55, JULY 5 .59  DEC.… (1107-37). Learn More »

RARE YORK COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA SCREW-TIP POWDER HORN

RARE YORK COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA SCREW-TIP POWDER HORN

These elegant screw-tip powder horns are as quintessentially American as the Pennsylvania-Kentucky rifles they often accompanied. Produced as early as the French and Indian War, they retained their… (490-2454). Learn More »

$750.00
ON HOLD

“EAGLE” POWDER FLASK FOR REVOLVERS

“EAGLE” POWDER FLASK FOR REVOLVERS

This small flask is for the Colt pocket model or similar revolvers. Measures approximately 4.5” tall x 2” at widest point. Front features the American eagle with shield, thirteen stars, and with… (1107-150). Learn More »

“EAGLE” POWDER FLASK FOR REVOLVERS

“EAGLE” POWDER FLASK FOR REVOLVERS

This small flask is for the Colt pocket model or similar revolvers. Constructed with a copper body and brass top and spout. Measures approximately 4.5” tall x 2” at widest point. Both sides… (1110-62). Learn More »

.44 CALIBER HAZARD CARTRIDGE

.44 CALIBER HAZARD CARTRIDGE

Cartridge for .44 caliber Army revolver made by Hazard Powder Company.  These were made under the three Doremus & Budd patents of 1862, using a moulded powder cake glued to the bullet and then… (1117-70). 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” lead… (1117-72). Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

.31 CALIBER REVOLVER CARTRIDGE

.31 CALIBER REVOLVER CARTRIDGE

This is a complete and original cartridge for Colt .31 caliber “pocket” revolver. This was made at the Colt Cartridge Works. The bullet has no grooves and utilizes a slight rebated area at the… (1117-71). Learn More »

.50 CALIBER MAYNARD CARTRIDGE

.50 CALIBER MAYNARD CARTRIDGE

Dr. Edward Maynard held patent #22,565 dated January 11, 1859.  By this patent, cartridge cases for the Maynard carbine were made of drawn brass to form a tube with a closed end.  A brass disk was… (M26456). 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 revolvers that surpassed the Starr… (362-823). Learn More »

SMITH & WESSON NO. 2 ARMY REVOLVER

SMITH & WESSON NO. 2 ARMY REVOLVER

This is a Smith & Wesson, No. 2, Old Model Army Revolver. It is a .32 caliber, six-shot revolver with a 6” barrel, rosewood handles. Post-Civil War serial number 44417. Production began in 1861,… (G3939). Learn More »

$550.00
ON HOLD


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VIRGINIA RECTANGULAR WAIST BELT PLATE

Virginia is known to have ordered these state-seal belt military plates just before the war. Northern manufacturers were willing to take on the business and there are two different die-strikes. One, Mullinax (1991) Plate 390 was made by James Smith… (33-255). Learn More »

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