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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 »

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
ON HOLD

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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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 »

SLIM JIM HOLSTER FOR THE 1851 OR 1861 COLT NAVY

SLIM JIM HOLSTER FOR THE 1851 OR 1861 COLT NAVY

The “slim Jim” holster was a popular holster in the early west for percussion revolvers, being closely contoured to the revolver and with an open top that permitted it to be quickly drawn.… (172-5390). Learn More »

$695.00
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RARE PRE-CIVIL WAR GREENSBORO ALABAMA BUCKSHOT MOLD

RARE PRE-CIVIL WAR GREENSBORO ALABAMA BUCKSHOT MOLD

Two piece brass mold that meas. approx. 7.25 inches long by 1.00 inch wide. The mold opens on an upper hinge which can very easily separate if desired. A look at the inside shows that the mold is… (30-1849). Learn More »

$1,795.00
Originally $2,250.00

GUTTA PERCH PISTOL FLASK

GUTTA PERCH PISTOL FLASK

An especially fine gutta percha/hard rubber powder flask.  Examples of such flasks are found in Ray Riling’s “The Powder Flask Book” (published 1953) on pages 402 and 403.  The entire flask… (30-2142). Learn More »

HOLSTER FOR A FIVE-INCH COLT POCKET REVOLVER

HOLSTER FOR A FIVE-INCH COLT POCKET REVOLVER

This is a brown leather belt holster in good condition for a Colt .32 caliber percussion pocket revolver with a 5-inch barrel. The holster is a simple three-piece construction of the body and flap in… (172-5400). Learn More »

GAYLORD MARKED COLT DRAGOON HOLSTER

GAYLORD MARKED COLT DRAGOON HOLSTER

This large sturdy holster has an “E. Gaylord / Chicopee / Mass.” stamp partially visible on the belt loop. Gaylord was one of the largest suppliers of military accouterments to the government and… (172-5393). Learn More »

EARLY WAR COLT NAVY HOLSTER

EARLY WAR COLT NAVY HOLSTER

This exact pattern of holster, though for an 1860 army, is illustrated by Meadows (1987) page 66 with his comments that it is, “of good quality but non-standard design. It could be a privately… (172-5392). Learn More »

PIETTA REPRODUCTION OF A BRASS FRAMED .44 COLT REVOLVER W/ORIGINAL BOX

PIETTA REPRODUCTION OF A BRASS FRAMED .44 COLT REVOLVER W/ORIGINAL BOX

Reproduction of a .44 Colt in like new condition. Octagon barrel is approx. 8.00 inches long with a good clean bore. All bluing remains on the barrel and cylinder. The loading lever is cased hardened.… (922-25). Learn More »

FRENCH 1785 CONTRACT MUSKET FOR THE STATE OF VIRGINIA CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION- BARREL MARKED “… CITY OF RICHMOND”

FRENCH 1785 CONTRACT MUSKET FOR THE STATE OF VIRGINIA CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION- BARREL MARKED “… CITY OF RICHMOND”

After the Revolution and before the adoption of the Federal Constitution, Virginia realized that she had no source of new arms. In 1785, when Patrick Henry was Governor of the state, the Council of… (1000-256). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE ALTERATION OF A STATE OF VIRGINIA SWAN CONTRACT MUSKET MARKED “ORANGE CO.”

CONFEDERATE ALTERATION OF A STATE OF VIRGINIA SWAN CONTRACT MUSKET MARKED “ORANGE CO.”

In 1795 Virginia advertised for a contract to procure 4,000 muskets per annum. Colonel James Swan of Boston offered in September of 1796 to supply 4,000 musket per year for five years for a total of… (1000-289). Learn More »

DRUM CONVERSION OF A STATE OF VIRGINIA SWAN CONTRACT MUSKET MARKED “VA. REGT. FAUQUIER” WITH CUT DOWN STOCK

DRUM CONVERSION OF A STATE OF VIRGINIA SWAN CONTRACT MUSKET MARKED “VA. REGT. FAUQUIER” WITH CUT DOWN STOCK

In 1795 Virginia advertised for a contract to procure 4,000 muskets per annum. Colonel James Swan of Boston offered in September of 1796 to supply 4,000 musket per year for five years for a total of… (1000-245). Learn More »

TOOLED LEATHER MODEL 1851/1861 NAVY SIZE REVOLVER HOLSTER

TOOLED LEATHER MODEL 1851/1861 NAVY SIZE REVOLVER HOLSTER

Several holsters of this configuration for navy size revolvers are illustrated in Meadows and are seen in period photos. They key point of identification is the use of an elongated flap extending in… (172-5395). Learn More »

“CAPTURED & COLLECTED” – CONFEDERATE REISSUED FIREARMS

“CAPTURED & COLLECTED” – CONFEDERATE REISSUED FIREARMS

Knott, USN (ret.), Capt. Steven W. Published by The Horse Soldier, 2019. Softcover, 80 pp., heavily illustrated with color photographs. This monograph examines the Confederate system used to recover,… (ST501179). Learn More »


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US CARTRIDGE BOX ID’D TO MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT JOHN M. DEANE OF THE 3RD & 29TH MASSACHSUETTS INFANTRY

This infantry cartridge box was preserved by the family with a significant trove of artifacts belonging John M. Deane that we are offering in separate sales. When the war broke out Deane was a 29 year-old teacher in Freetown, Mass. He had been in the… (846-210). Learn More »

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