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WINCHESTER-LEE 6mm RIFLE SIGHT COVER

WINCHESTER-LEE 6mm RIFLE SIGHT COVER

The Lee “straight-pull” rifle was adopted by the US Navy and US Marine Corps starting in 1895 to keep up with the trend of smaller caliber, high velocity cartridges using smokeless powder. The… (1037-172). Learn More »

SCARCE 1832 PATTERN RIFLEMAN’S FLASK BY DINGEE

SCARCE 1832 PATTERN RIFLEMAN’S FLASK BY DINGEE

Just two thousand of these flasks were contracted for by James Baker of Philadelphia in 1825 and delivered by 1827. They were for use with military rifles, particularly the common rifle of 1817,… (1000-707). Learn More »

.58 CALIBER BRASS ENFIELD BULLET MOLD – SIDE CAST

.58 CALIBER BRASS ENFIELD BULLET MOLD – SIDE CAST

Brass scissor-type mold to cast a lead Enfield pattern bullet.  Single cavity mold with front-side spout. The number “24” is stamped on the right side of the mold block. This represents .58… (1000-1401). Learn More »

SHARPS MODEL 1853 SLANT BREECH CARBINE ID’D TO JOHN GOLDEN, 6TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

SHARPS MODEL 1853 SLANT BREECH CARBINE ID’D TO JOHN GOLDEN, 6TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

Sharps received only a very small US military contract for the M1853 Slant Breech Carbine, with some 250 guns being contracted for. These guns saw service with the 1st and 2nd US Dragoons on the… (490-1769). Learn More »

PUBLIC PROPERTY MARKED POWDER FLASK

PUBLIC PROPERTY MARKED POWDER FLASK

Just two thousand of these flasks were contracted for by James Baker of Philadelphia in 1825 and delivered by 1827. They were for use with military rifles, particularly the common rifle of 1817,… (1000-708). Learn More »

J. AND F. GARRETT SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION PISTOL

J. AND F. GARRETT SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION PISTOL

Typically unmarked, these brass framed single shot pistols are attributed to J. and F. Garret of Greensboro, NC, makers of the Tarpley carbine. Serial numbers concealed on the backstrap by the grips… (1030-274). Learn More »

MODEL 1816 CONE CONVERSION MUSKET TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED TO J. N. VANCE, 30TH MISSISSIPPI SOLDIER

MODEL 1816 CONE CONVERSION MUSKET TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED TO J. N. VANCE, 30TH MISSISSIPPI SOLDIER

Musket is a smoothbore .69 single shot muzzleloader in overall good condition. The barrel has a surface that is mostly dark with streaks of lighter areas. The brass blade front sight is mounted on the… (1000-107). Learn More »

VERY SCARCE U.S. MARINE CORPS MARKED 1889/1905 PATTERN HOLSTER

VERY SCARCE U.S. MARINE CORPS MARKED 1889/1905 PATTERN HOLSTER

These russet leather holsters are most often associated with the Colt 1905 Marine Corps pattern .38 revolver, but also seem to have been in use earlier, when Marines were carrying Navy 1889 Colts.… (1037-492). Learn More »

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RELIC RICHMOND MUSKET TOOL

RELIC RICHMOND MUSKET TOOL

Excavated Confederate musket tool.  Hand forged iron tool manufactured at Richmond.  Constructed of one 3 ¾” long arm with a box-end wrench on the end.  A second piece, 3” long with a screw… (1000-1203). Learn More »

HEISER HOLSTER #419 FOR WEAPON WITH 5 ½ INCH BARREL

HEISER HOLSTER #419 FOR WEAPON WITH 5 ½ INCH BARREL

A fine H.H. Heiser holster for a weapon with a 5.50 inch barrel or shorter. Brown saddle leather with a nice buckskin wrap. Snap, button and strap are in excellent condition. Snap is marked with the… (172-4968). Learn More »

REMINGTON MODEL 1871 ARMY ROLLING BLOCK PISTOL

REMINGTON MODEL 1871 ARMY ROLLING BLOCK PISTOL

Made 1872 to 1888. Total quantity made was about 6000. This pistol is a .50 caliber centerfire single shot.  Eight inch round barrel.  Walnut grip with nice inspector’s cartouche “CRS” inside… (490-1662). Learn More »

.69 CALIBER RIFLED MUSKET CARTRIDGE

.69 CALIBER RIFLED MUSKET CARTRIDGE

Regulation paper cartridge for the rifled .69 caliber muskets.  Paper cartridge containing a 3-groove “minie” ball and powder charge. Tied above the bullet and with the lower end folded closed to… (33-623). Learn More »

RARE SHARPS MODEL 1855 NAVY RIFLE

RARE SHARPS MODEL 1855 NAVY RIFLE

This is an example of an extremely rare Sharps Model 1855 U.S. Navy rifle. Sharps only manufactured approximately 263 of these rifles in 1856. They were serial numbered in the 20,000 to 21,000 range.… (490-1676). Learn More »

PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE BY LONDON ARMS COMPANY

PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE BY LONDON ARMS COMPANY

Barrel surface has turned brown over the majority of its surface with light surface action. Front blade sight is present. Flip-up rear leaf sight with sliding bar (spring is replacement) is a… (1000-344). Learn More »

STARR PERCUSSION CARBINE NAMED TO 13TH ILLINOIS CAVALRY TROOPER WILLIAM J. MORROW

STARR PERCUSSION CARBINE NAMED TO 13TH ILLINOIS CAVALRY TROOPER WILLIAM J. MORROW

This weapon is identified by the name “W. J. MORROW” carved into the stock and by serial number through records at the National Archives. Manufactured between 1862 and 1865, the Starr percussion… (490-1599). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE .69 CALIBER BUCKSHOT CARTRIDGE FROM COLUMBUS, GA

CONFEDERATE .69 CALIBER BUCKSHOT CARTRIDGE FROM COLUMBUS, GA

Civil War buckshot cartridges were made up of .31 caliber round shot for smoothbore muskets and shotguns. This specimen was made at the Columbus Ordnance Depot in Georgia. It contains 12 round shot in… (778-77). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE FLAP HOLSTER FOR REVOLVER

CONFEDERATE FLAP HOLSTER FOR REVOLVER

Hard to find, this is a non-regulation leather holster made to accommodate a Spiller and Burr revolver. The holster measures about 11” along the front edge. Holster is made from one piece of… (490-1689). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CONVERSION OF A MODEL 1816 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET

CONFEDERATE CONVERSION OF A MODEL 1816 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET

This weapon is a single shot, muzzle loading, .69 caliber smoothbore musket manufactured at the US armory in Springfield. Originally produced as a flintlock it was converted to percussion by the… (1000-114). Learn More »

.56 CAL. BILLINGHURST & REQUA CARTRIDGE

.56 CAL. BILLINGHURST & REQUA CARTRIDGE

This is a complete non-dug cartridge for the 25-barrel Billinghurst & Requa Battery Gun. The brass cartridge case cylinder is closed with a machined base plug that contains an ignition hole. The… (778-78). Learn More »

INSCRIBED MODEL 1861 COLT NAVY REVOLVER

INSCRIBED MODEL 1861 COLT NAVY REVOLVER

A cap and ball percussion sidearm, this specimen is a complete Civil War Colt Model 1861 Navy revolver in very good original condition. In production from 1861 through 1873 with nearly 39,000… (945-292). Learn More »


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