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ENFIELD PATTERN 1853 PERCUSSION RIFLE-MUSKET ID’D TO COMPANY K, 33RD MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

ENFIELD PATTERN 1853 PERCUSSION RIFLE-MUSKET ID’D TO COMPANY K, 33RD MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

The Enfield Pattern 1853 rifle-musket is one of the best known and highly regarded of all British military arms. Originally purchased and imported by the US Ordnance Department during the War, this… (G3336). Learn More »

COLT BELT AND POCKET PISTOL ELEY CAP TIN FROM THE MOLLUS MUSEUM

COLT BELT AND POCKET PISTOL ELEY CAP TIN FROM THE MOLLUS MUSEUM

This is a nice cap tin with the blue label in very good condition. See Rapley, Colt Percussion Accoutrements, CT#7 for a parallel. The Eley firm started making percussion caps in 1828 and dominated… (490-2491). Learn More »

IRON MOUNTED STARR RIMFIRE CARBINE

IRON MOUNTED STARR RIMFIRE CARBINE

This Starr carbine has loads of blue on the barrel and very nice grain to wood of the buttstock. Both sights are in place. The rear sight has the leaf in place and is a mottled gray and blue in color.… (490-2475). Learn More »

NEW MODEL 1863 SHARPS CARBINE

NEW MODEL 1863 SHARPS CARBINE

The most famous, single-shot, percussion firearm used during the Civil War was the Sharps carbine, a .52 caliber, breechloading firearm invented and patented by Hartford, Connecticut native Christian… (1117-100). Learn More »

BRASS “PICKET” BULLET MOLD

BRASS “PICKET” BULLET MOLD

Brass scissor-type mold to cast a lead “picket” type bullet for rifles.  Single cavity mold with spout. No sprue cutter on this. Cavity measures approximately 0.375” for a muzzle loading rifle.… (1117-158). Learn More »

REMINGTON ROLLING BLOCK SCREWDRIVER

REMINGTON ROLLING BLOCK SCREWDRIVER

For the Remington rolling block pistol (M1871). This appears similar to the Civil War Spencer tool with its two screwdriver blades and lanyard hole at top.  Blackened finish. Shorter blade is tapered… (362-919). Learn More »

SMITH & WESSON .44 DOUBLE-ACTION FIRST MODEL: DOUBLE ACTION FRONTIER

SMITH & WESSON .44 DOUBLE-ACTION FIRST MODEL: DOUBLE ACTION FRONTIER

The Double Action Frontier (or “New Model Navy”) was introduced in 1881 and shipped until 1913, but all frames had been manufactured prior to 1900. Production ran to 53,590. This one is serial… (490-2237). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR IMPORT BRITISH P53 ENFIELD RIFLE MUSKET

CIVIL WAR IMPORT BRITISH P53 ENFIELD RIFLE MUSKET

This is a good example of the British Pattern 1853 Rifle Musket that would fit well in a collection of Northern and Southern Civil War arms. Made by a number of British manufacturers, but generically… (648-13). Learn More »

$1,395.00
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BRASS TIPPED TOMPION FOR THE ENFIELD RIFLE MUSKET

BRASS TIPPED TOMPION FOR THE ENFIELD RIFLE MUSKET

This was used to plug the barrel of the weapon at the muzzle to keep moisture and dirt from getting in the bore. Brass tip discolored some from age. Cork body in good condition. … (M16029). Learn More »

NEW MODEL 1863 SHARPS CARBINE

NEW MODEL 1863 SHARPS CARBINE

The “New Model 1863” introduced few changes to the New Model 1859, a larger clean-out screw on the left breechblock for example, and most parts were interchangeable, so the new designation was not… (1117-84). Learn More »

BURNSIDE FIFTH MODEL CARBINE, “MODEL OF 1864,” EARLY 1864 PRODUCTION

BURNSIDE FIFTH MODEL CARBINE, “MODEL OF 1864,” EARLY 1864 PRODUCTION

This is very good example of one of the standard issue Union cavalry carbines of the Civil War and was favorably rated. The carbine is serial numbered 5912 and is the “Model of 1864” sub-type of… (1117-201). Learn More »

.577 CALIBER ENGLISH ENFIELD PATTERN CARTRIDGE

.577 CALIBER ENGLISH ENFIELD PATTERN CARTRIDGE

Fabricated by Ludlow Brothers of Birmingham, England. Nice display in a 8.25” x 12.25” Riker case. Photocopy of an original wrapper at top with info sheet below, and then the cartridge at the… (M24055). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE FLAP HOLSTER FOR REVOLVER FROM 4TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY

CONFEDERATE FLAP HOLSTER FOR REVOLVER FROM 4TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY

This is a scarce, non-regulation Confederate holster made to accommodate a Colt Army or similar revolver. The holster measures about 10 ½” along the front edge. Holster pocket and flap is made from… (1117-174). Learn More »

.44-40 WINCHESTER 1873 THIRD MODEL CARBINE

.44-40 WINCHESTER 1873 THIRD MODEL CARBINE

This is a good example of the iconic 1873 Winchester carbine, a very popular rifle to say the least, with more than 700,000 made from 1873 through 1924 and closely associated with the American west… (299-08). Learn More »

$3,495.00
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HIGH HUMP RICHMOND RIFLE-MUSKET DATED 1862

HIGH HUMP RICHMOND RIFLE-MUSKET DATED 1862

Having captured the Federal Arsenal at Harper’s Ferry the Confederates removed the machinery to Richmond where this weapon was made. The type of lockplates produced by the captured machinery shared… (1000-370). Learn More »

$5,500.00
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EXCELLENT BIRMINGHAM MADE 1863 DATED P1853 RIFLE MUSKET

EXCELLENT BIRMINGHAM MADE 1863 DATED P1853 RIFLE MUSKET

This is a beautiful, completely original and correct British Pattern 1853 Rifle Musket with bright wood having good edges and tight fit to the metal, loads of blue on the barrel, visible case color on… (302-84). Learn More »

$3,950.00
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SMITH AND WESSON FIRST MODEL SINGLE ACTION .38 “BABY RUSSIAN”

SMITH AND WESSON FIRST MODEL SINGLE ACTION .38 “BABY RUSSIAN”

These top-break, single-action .38 caliber revolvers were made from 1876 to 1877 and featured a spur-trigger that was appropriate to its designation as a “pocket” revolver since it would not get… (490-2236). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ERA PERCUSSION DOUBLE BARREL PISTOL

CIVIL WAR ERA PERCUSSION DOUBLE BARREL PISTOL

This pistol features two side by side .41 caliber barrels that are 3.00 inches long. The barrels and frame are finished bright with blued hammers. Both barrels retain the original nipples. Hammers… (490-2234). Learn More »

$350.00
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NICE 1864 DATED JOHN DICKSON & SON ENFIELD SHORT RIFLE

NICE 1864 DATED JOHN DICKSON & SON ENFIELD SHORT RIFLE

This iron mounted, commercially produced Enfield short rifle is complete, all original, and has nice medium brown color to the wood, lots of barrel blue, crisp markings, and a minty bore.  There were… (1111-06). Learn More »

$2,900.00
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INSCRIBED SMITH AND WESSON NO.2 ARMY OF LT. HENRY T. JOHNS 49th AND 61st MASSACHUSETTS, MEDAL OF HONOR: FORLORN HOPE AT PORT HUDSON

INSCRIBED SMITH AND WESSON NO.2 ARMY OF LT. HENRY T. JOHNS 49th AND 61st MASSACHUSETTS, MEDAL OF HONOR: FORLORN HOPE AT PORT HUDSON

Henry T. Johns was a 34 year-old Methodist minister in Hinsdale, Massachusetts, who felt he could no longer put off enlisting in the army after the set backs of McClellan’s Peninsula Campaign in… (715-24). Learn More »


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CIRCA 1820-25 ENGLISH KEYED BUGLE

Doubtless one of the finest examples extant. The piece was professionally restored a number of years ago and remains in pristine, almost new condition. Measures 20” overall, with a copper body with brass trim including 1 3/8” floating rim. All… (801-01). Learn More »

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