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COMPLETE TIN OF MAYNARD TAPE PRIMERS

COMPLETE TIN OF MAYNARD TAPE PRIMERS

Cylindrical japanned-tin container holds ten roles of Maynard tape primers. Container remains in solid shape with no rust. There are scratches and some loss to the brown japanned finish. Complete with… (302-95). Learn More »

MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY REVOLVER

MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY REVOLVER

Here is a Civil War Colt Model 1860 Army revolver in good original condition. In production from 1860 through 1873, these handguns were the successor to the Colt Third Model Dragoon pistols. The Model… (30-2049). Learn More »

$1,950.00
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HARPER’S FERRY MODEL 1819 HALL RIFLE, DATED 1831 CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION

HARPER’S FERRY MODEL 1819 HALL RIFLE, DATED 1831 CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION

A very nice Harper’s Ferry arsenal second production type specimen of the Model 1819 Hall’s Flintlock Rifle altered to percussion. This single shot breech loading longarm measures 52 3/4” long… (218-570). Learn More »

MODEL 1861 TRENTON CONTRACT RIFLE MUSKET, DATED 1863

MODEL 1861 TRENTON CONTRACT RIFLE MUSKET, DATED 1863

Here is an original, 1863-dated Model 1861 .58 caliber “Trenton Contract” percussion rifle-musket in excellent condition overall. The weapon was a product of the Trenton Locomotive and Machine… (218-571). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR FEDERAL LIMBER OR AMMUNITION CHEST

CIVIL WAR FEDERAL LIMBER OR AMMUNITION CHEST

These wooden chests, utilized to transport and store artillery projectiles in the field, were mounted on the wheeled, horse drawn limber; additionally, they served as seating for three… (M24717). Learn More »

VERY NICE “SAVAGE” MODEL 1861 RIFLE MUSKET, DATED 1864, NEW JERSEY STAMPED

VERY NICE “SAVAGE” MODEL 1861 RIFLE MUSKET, DATED 1864, NEW JERSEY STAMPED

Original, 1864-dated, .58 caliber, Model 1861 percussion rifle-musket in very good condition. Specimen is a product of the Savage Revolving Fire Arms Company of Middletown, Connecticut circa 1862-64.… (1037-18). Learn More »

TRANTER REVOLVER BULLET MOLD FROM THE FIRST DAY’S BATTLEFIELD, EX- BOHON COLLECTION AND SHIELDS MUSEUM

TRANTER REVOLVER BULLET MOLD FROM THE FIRST DAY’S BATTLEFIELD, EX- BOHON COLLECTION AND SHIELDS MUSEUM

This British import bullet mold has a tight provenance through Tom Bohon to the Shields Museum, which opened here in Gettysburg in 1925 near the Reynolds equestrian statue on the first day’s field… (490-2445). Learn More »

$495.00
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“EAGLE” POWDER FLASK FOR REVOLVERS

“EAGLE” POWDER FLASK FOR REVOLVERS

This small flask is for baby dragoon or early pocket model revolvers. Constructed with a copper body and brass top and spout. Measures approximately 4.5” tall x 2” at widest point. Both sides… (1110-63). Learn More »

CRISP UNTOUCHED 1862-DATED M1861 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE MUSKET AND BAYONET

CRISP UNTOUCHED 1862-DATED M1861 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE MUSKET AND BAYONET

Model 1861’s rarely show up any more in this condition, crisp, showing just the effects of age, and completely untouched. Most have been appreciated and admired when found and then fallen prey to… (2020-1185). Learn More »

$5,500.00
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RARE 90-BORE CHRISTIAN SHARPS PISTOL-RIFLE

RARE 90-BORE CHRISTIAN SHARPS PISTOL-RIFLE

One of the most famous names in Civil War firearms, Christian Sharps, received his first patent for his breechloading mechanism in 1848. He later sold this patent and the Civil War-era Sharps carbines… (218-561). Learn More »

INDIAN WARS U.S. CAVALRY TRAPDOOR CARBINE

INDIAN WARS U.S. CAVALRY TRAPDOOR CARBINE

Trapdoor carbines had a long service life in the U.S. cavalry, from the 1870 .50 caliber version to the .45-70 model introduced in in 1873, which lasted with some variations up to the introduction of… (490-2472). Learn More »

SOUTHERNER DERINGER

SOUTHERNER DERINGER

These single-shot .41 caliber deringers trademarked “Southerner” on top of the barrel were manufactured by the Merrimack Arms Company of Newburyport, Mass., from 1866 to 1869 and by the Brown… (31-1549). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED 1863 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE MUSKET

IDENTIFIED 1863 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE MUSKET

This is a good example of the typical mid-war Union army rifle musket, the Springfield Model 1863. This one has a rectangular silver plaque on the left butt flat engraved “I. Mc D. Reid” or… (846-115). Learn More »

$2,925.00
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CONFEDERATE CAPTURED AND COLLECTED, LOW NUMBER, NEW MODEL 1859 SHARPS RIFLE

CONFEDERATE CAPTURED AND COLLECTED, LOW NUMBER, NEW MODEL 1859 SHARPS RIFLE

This is a early war, or even pre-war, Sharps rifle, serial number 37019, with a characteristically Confederate stock marking indicating it was among those “captured and collected” arms that made… (1117-83). Learn More »

COLT COMBINATION TOOL FROM THE MOLLUS WAR LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

COLT COMBINATION TOOL FROM THE MOLLUS WAR LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

This Colt tool combines a screwdriver and nipple wrench for disassembling and cleaning a revolver. The surface is smooth metal and shows good amount of original thin blue color. One side has a museum… (1052-22). Learn More »

US MODEL 1870 RIFLE AND CARBINE COMBINATION TOOL FROM THE MOLLUS MUSEUM

US MODEL 1870 RIFLE AND CARBINE COMBINATION TOOL FROM THE MOLLUS MUSEUM

These early Indian War combination tools were made from surplus M1863 rifle tools by grinding down the sides of the swinging screwdriver to fit the smaller screws on the trapdoor breeches of the… (490-2492). Learn More »

OFFICER’S SADDLE HOLSTERS FOR ARMY OR NAVY REVOLVERS: MOLLUS MUSEUM

OFFICER’S SADDLE HOLSTERS FOR ARMY OR NAVY REVOLVERS: MOLLUS MUSEUM

This pair of saddle holsters comes from the recently dispersed collections of the War Library and Museum in Philadelphia. Incorporated in 1888 by the Military Order of the Loyal Legion, the… (1052-20). Learn More »

ARTILLERY VENT PUNCH FOR 12-INCH GUN – WATERVLIET ARSENAL

ARTILLERY VENT PUNCH FOR 12-INCH GUN – WATERVLIET ARSENAL

This is a tool for clearing the vent of any obstructions. It has an octagonal head with a hole in the center, and a 21” wire brazed to it. The wire tapers to a smaller diameter at the end. The flat… (1117-47). Learn More »

ARTILLERY VENT PUNCH FOR 10-INCH GUN – WATERVLIET ARSENAL

ARTILLERY VENT PUNCH FOR 10-INCH GUN – WATERVLIET ARSENAL

This is a tool for clearing the vent of any obstructions. It has an octagonal head with a hole in the center, and a 17” wire brazed to it. The wire comes to a point at the end. The flat head is… (1117-46). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

CIVIL WAR MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

This Civil War Model 1860 Spencer breechloading, repeating carbine was produced by the Spencer Rifle Company of Boston, Massachusetts. Weapon is in good original condition. The carbine has a 20¼”… (G3416). Learn More »


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MODEL 1841 NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD IDENTIFIED TO SIMON BACKUS BISSELL

Simon Backus Bissell was born in Fairlee, Vt., on October 28, 1808. He was appointed Midshipman on November 6, 1824, Passed Midshipman on June 4 1831, and Lieutenant December 9, 1837. At the beginning of the Mexican-American War, he was assigned to… (870-63). Learn More »

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