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M1863 SHARPS PERCUSSION CARBINE WITH SIGNS OF FIELD USE

M1863 SHARPS PERCUSSION CARBINE WITH SIGNS OF FIELD USE

This weapon is a Civil War Model 1863 Sharps carbine made by the Sharps Rifle Manufacturing Company of Hartford, Connecticut. Carbine is a straight-breech, .52 caliber percussion, single shot… (172-5425). Learn More »

FULL PACK OF 56-50 M1865 SPENCER CARTRIDGES – J. GOLDMARK

FULL PACK OF 56-50 M1865 SPENCER CARTRIDGES – J. GOLDMARK

This is a full “soft pack” of 42 Spencer rimfire cartridges. Model 1865, .50 caliber cartridges. Pack is unopened and labeled.  Cartridges made by Joseph Goldmark of New York and would have a… (172-5475). Learn More »

$500.00
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POST-WAR COLT MODEL 1861 NAVY REVOLVER

POST-WAR COLT MODEL 1861 NAVY REVOLVER

The serial numbers on this revolver all match except for the wedge, which is blank and ill-fitting. Serial number is 33715 which places production early in 1869. Revolver is .36 caliber and has a… (1037-131). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR FLAP HOLSTER FOR REVOLVERS

CIVIL WAR FLAP HOLSTER FOR REVOLVERS

This is a black leather holster made to accommodate the Colt, Remington and other revolvers. The holster “pocket” measures about 12” along its front edge. Holster is made from a single piece of… (172-5350). Learn More »

1912 DISMOUNTED HOLSTER FOR THE 1911 COLT AUTOMATIC

1912 DISMOUNTED HOLSTER FOR THE 1911 COLT AUTOMATIC

Since the 1911 Colt was intended to be a cavalry sidearm, the holster for it was designed with a swivel. Some services that were also issued the pistol, however, were dissatisfied with the attachment… (864-09). Learn More »

MARTIALLY MARKED MODEL 1851 COLT NAVY (THIRD MODEL)

MARTIALLY MARKED MODEL 1851 COLT NAVY (THIRD MODEL)

This is a very nice Model 1851 Colt Navy revolver. It is a .36 caliber revolver with six-shot cylinder, a 7 ½” octagonal barrel with attached loading lever, and brass frame with round trigger… (862-05). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CAPTURED US CONTRACT MODEL 1861 MUSKET BY PARKER SNOW AS SEEN IN NEW REFERENCE BOOK ON CAPTURED & COLLECTED WEAPONS

CONFEDERATE CAPTURED US CONTRACT MODEL 1861 MUSKET BY PARKER SNOW AS SEEN IN NEW REFERENCE BOOK ON CAPTURED & COLLECTED WEAPONS

This contract Model 1861 by Parkers Snow & Company appears on page 60 of the new book “CAPTURED & COLLECTED: CONFEDERATE REISSUED ARMS” by Cpt. Steve W. Knott, USN (ret.) Weapon is in nice… (G3866). Learn More »

.69 CALIBER WIPER FOR THE POTTSDAM MUSKET

.69 CALIBER WIPER FOR THE POTTSDAM MUSKET

With Federal authorities hard-pressed to supply arms, agents scoured Europe for just about anything that would shoot and European governments were happy to clear out older weapons from their arsenals… (M26139). Learn More »

US MODEL 1855/61 COMBINATION GUN TOOL

US MODEL 1855/61 COMBINATION GUN TOOL

Open-ended cone wrench and two screwdriver blades. Just about every US rifle or carbine cartridge box of the period has a small separate implement pouch for the gun tools, oily rags, etc., necessary… (1000-2420). Learn More »

VERY PRETTY SECOND MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE

VERY PRETTY SECOND MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE

Listed in company literature as the Model 1863, these .50 caliber single-shot breechloading carbines are known among collectors simply as the Second Model Maynard. Using a brass cartridge with pierced… (1046-10). Learn More »

BOX FOR 50 REMINGTON CARBINE CARTRIDGES – CRITTENDEN & TIBBALS

BOX FOR 50 REMINGTON CARBINE CARTRIDGES – CRITTENDEN & TIBBALS

Pasteboard box covered with a marbled wrap and green label and tape. Box held fifty “No. 46” rimfire cartridges. Box only no cartridges remain. Green label on top shows wear but remains in good… (172-5462). Learn More »

NEW MODEL 1859 SHARPS CARBINE

NEW MODEL 1859 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… (218-533). Learn More »

$3,250.00
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US CAVALRY M1881 HOLSTER FOR COLT SINGLE-ACTION ARMY SCHOFIELD SMITH AND WESSON

US CAVALRY M1881 HOLSTER FOR COLT SINGLE-ACTION ARMY SCHOFIELD SMITH AND WESSON

Both the .45 caliber Colt and the Schofield Smith and Wesson were issued to the cavalry and it made sense to devise a holster that would hold either one. The solution was to provide alternate… (172-5401). Learn More »

MODEL 1851 COLT NAVY (THIRD MODEL)

MODEL 1851 COLT NAVY (THIRD MODEL)

This is a beautiful Model 1851 Colt Navy revolver. It is a .36 caliber revolver with 6 shot cylinder, a 7 ½” octagonal barrel with attached loading lever, brass frame with round trigger guard.… (1061-34). Learn More »

$1,950.00
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LANZ, OWEN & CO. MAKER MARKED INDIAN WAR US CAVALRY PATTERN 1881 HOLSTER WITH 1896 MODIFICATION

LANZ, OWEN & CO. MAKER MARKED INDIAN WAR US CAVALRY PATTERN 1881 HOLSTER WITH 1896 MODIFICATION

This is a very nice example of a full-length 1881 pattern cavalry holster for the Colt Single Action Army and the Smith and Wesson Schofield .45 caliber revolvers. Both were issued to cavalry units… (864-08). Learn More »

UNION CONTINENTALS HALF-STOCK RIFLE NUMBER 70 BY PATRICK SMITH

UNION CONTINENTALS HALF-STOCK RIFLE NUMBER 70 BY PATRICK SMITH

Buffalo gun maker Patrick Smith supplied half-stock military rifles in 1861 to members of the Union Continentals, a volunteer militia company organized in Buffalo, NY, as an offshoot of the Buffalo… (259-202). Learn More »

MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY WITH HOLSTER IDENTIFIED TO MEMBER OF THE 16TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY WITH HOLSTER IDENTIFIED TO MEMBER OF THE 16TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

All metal surfaces are gray with only light scattered mottling. All serial numbers match except the wedge which is blank. Serial number of “77912” shows that it was manufactured in 1862. Round .44… (766-1046). Learn More »

$2,950.00
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SUPERB CONDITION REMINGTON M1863 PERCUSSION “ZOUAVE” RIFLE

SUPERB CONDITION REMINGTON M1863 PERCUSSION “ZOUAVE” RIFLE

The Model 1863 “Zouave” rifle was produced by the Remington arms firm of Ilion New York between 1862 and 1865. This .58 caliber, single shot percussion muzzleloader is in superb condition. The… (1046-08). Learn More »

US 1881/96 HOLSTER FOR THE SINGLE ACTION ARMY AND SCHOFIELD S&W

US 1881/96 HOLSTER FOR THE SINGLE ACTION ARMY AND SCHOFIELD S&W

The 1881 pattern cavalry holsters were designed to fit both the .45 caliber Colt single action army revolver with a 7 ½ inch barrel and the Schofield Smith and Wesson simply by providing two… (172-5394). Learn More »

FULL FLAP MILITARY STYLE HOLSTER FOR THE COLT POCKET

FULL FLAP MILITARY STYLE HOLSTER FOR THE COLT POCKET

The 1849 Colt pocket revolver was immensely popular as a lightweight sidearm among officers. This is a non-regulation style holster that could have been used by early westerners as well, but has a… (172-5386). Learn More »


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1898 VARINA JEFFERSON DAVIS ALS ON THE DEATH OF HER DAUGHTER

2 pp., in ink on mourning paper, to a committee consisting of Mrs. J. Pinckney Smith, Chairwoman; Mrs. Edgar Farrar; Mrs. S.R. Mallory; Miss Olivia Freret; and Mrs. Cora L. Richardson, Corresponding Secretary.   Excellent overall condition;  fold… (337-231). Learn More »

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