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MINTY 1861 CONTRACT RIFLE MUSKET BY SAVAGE

MINTY 1861 CONTRACT RIFLE MUSKET BY SAVAGE

The only problem with this rifle-musket is that it will make you want to upgrade every other long arm in your collection. The wood has wonderful color and surface with crisp edges and is essentially… (218-552). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE “CLEANED & REPAIRED” BRITISH PATTERN 1853 RIFLE MUSKET

CONFEDERATE “CLEANED & REPAIRED” BRITISH PATTERN 1853 RIFLE MUSKET

This classic original British longarm is an 1862 dated Enfield Pattern 1853 rifle manufactured by Tower, a private Birmingham, England arms facility. Single shot, muzzle loading rifle musket is full… (2020-67). Learn More »

MODEL 1873 WINCHESTER WITH CODY MUSEUM LETTER

MODEL 1873 WINCHESTER WITH CODY MUSEUM LETTER

One of the most popular Winchesters among shooters and collectors, the Model 1873 appears in a wide variety of variations and was manufactured from 1873 to 1919. This one is 32.-20 caliber, serial… (169-529). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED SHARPS RIFLE – HENRY ZELLER, 39TH NEW YORK INFANTRY & 6TH US VETERAN VOLUNTEERS; WOUNDED AT GETTYSBURG!

IDENTIFIED SHARPS RIFLE – HENRY ZELLER, 39TH NEW YORK INFANTRY & 6TH US VETERAN VOLUNTEERS; WOUNDED AT GETTYSBURG!

Zeller’s rifle, serial number C,38247, is in the standard configuration of the Sharps “New Model 1863” rifles purchased by the Army to arm Hancock’s First Veteran Army Corps with modern… (600-09). Learn More »

$4,550.00
Originally $4,950.00

MODEL 1842 HARPERS FERRY RIFLED MUSKET DATED 1848

MODEL 1842 HARPERS FERRY RIFLED MUSKET DATED 1848

An original Harper’s Ferry Model 1842, .69 caliber, rifled musket in good condition. The metal surfaces all wear a salt and pepper appearance. Barrel surface is as described above and wears a… (362-788). Learn More »

$2,450.00
Originally $2,950.00

MODEL 1842 SPRINGFIELD SMOOTHBORE MUSKET

MODEL 1842 SPRINGFIELD SMOOTHBORE MUSKET

Model 1842, .69 caliber smoothbore musket manufactured at Springfield, Mass. The barrel is a full 42” in length and in overall nice smooth condition. The bore is clean with minor spots of pitting.… (362-562). Learn More »

$1,850.00
Originally $2,025.00

WILLIAM GLAZE PALMETTO ARMORY COMMERCIAL RIFLE OF SAMUEL HART, 1st SERGEANT CO. B, 1st SOUTH CAROLINA RESERVES, “THE CHARLESTON GUARD.”

WILLIAM GLAZE PALMETTO ARMORY COMMERCIAL RIFLE OF SAMUEL HART, 1st SERGEANT CO. B, 1st SOUTH CAROLINA RESERVES, “THE CHARLESTON GUARD.”

This is a very scarce example of a privately purchased rifle (or technically a rifled musket) made by William Glaze and his Palmetto Armory for private sale to the South Carolina militia just before… (766-1182). Learn More »

VERY NICE MODEL 1816 MUSKET ALTERED TO PERCUSSION WITH MAYNARD PRIMING SYSTEM

VERY NICE MODEL 1816 MUSKET ALTERED TO PERCUSSION WITH MAYNARD PRIMING SYSTEM

This Model 1816 Springfield .69 caliber smoothbore was altered from flintlock to percussion. This was accomplished by cutting off the old breech and adding a new breech with integral bolster and… (172-5519). Learn More »

EXCELLENT US MODEL 1842 MUSKET MADE AT SPRINGFIELD 1853

EXCELLENT US MODEL 1842 MUSKET MADE AT SPRINGFIELD 1853

The last of the .69 caliber U.S. long arms, the Model 1842 was also the first percussion arm made at the national armories and a big step forward in having fully interchangeable parts even though… (218-553). Learn More »

COLT SPECIAL MODEL 1861 MUSKET DATED 1864

COLT SPECIAL MODEL 1861 MUSKET DATED 1864

This Colt Special Model 1861 musket was made under government contract from 1861 to 1865 by the Colt Manufacturing Co. of Hartford, Connecticut. Longarm is a .58 caliber, single-shot muzzleloader with… (1087-01). Learn More »

SPRINGFIELD M1871 .50/70 ROLLING BLOCK RIFLE

SPRINGFIELD M1871 .50/70 ROLLING BLOCK RIFLE

Original Springfield military long arm produced circa 1871-1872 with the unique ‘rolling block’ configuration and action. The ‘rolling block’ rifle employed an interlocking system of hammer… (490-2176). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CAPTURED US CONTRACT MODEL 1861 MUSKET BY NORWICH

CONFEDERATE CAPTURED US CONTRACT MODEL 1861 MUSKET BY NORWICH

This contract Model 1861 by the Norwich Arms Company is in good condition with a very clear and unmistakable “Q” stamped just forward of the trigger guard showing that it was captured, cleaned and… (362-866). Learn More »

ICONIC WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 “SADDLE RING” CARBINE

ICONIC WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 “SADDLE RING” CARBINE

Nice early production Winchester Model 1892 carbine made prior to World War I in 1914.  In overall Fine original condition with no replaced or repro parts, the carbine retains about 60% of its… (G3994). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE MARKED PATTERN 1858 NAVAL RIFLE

CONFEDERATE MARKED PATTERN 1858 NAVAL RIFLE

Exceptional example of a Confederate purchased British Pattern 1858 Naval Rifle with a “JS”-Anchor stamp and an engraved inventory number! The rifle is in Very Good condition with a pleasing… (476-116). Learn More »

$6,500.00
ON HOLD

GETTYSBURG PICK-UP “SPANISH CONTRACT” ENFIELD FROM G.W. MOWERS

GETTYSBURG PICK-UP “SPANISH CONTRACT” ENFIELD FROM G.W. MOWERS

This Enfield rifle was possibly Confederate-used and is certainly a Gettysburg pick-up. The rifle comes from the large group of material gathered by George W. Mowers that we recently purchased… (G3991). Learn More »

REMINGTON “ZOUAVE,” OR THE REMINGTON MODEL 1862 CONTRACT RIFLE

REMINGTON “ZOUAVE,” OR THE REMINGTON MODEL 1862 CONTRACT RIFLE

One of the most attractive U.S. martial arms, the Remington 1862 Contract Rifle (in Moller’s terminology) has been known for decades as the “Zouave,” a nickname that is hard to overcome. And,… (1093-01). Learn More »

U.S. MODEL 1817 RIFLE BY JOHNSON DATED 1823

U.S. MODEL 1817 RIFLE BY JOHNSON DATED 1823

The .54 caliber Model 1817 rifle was unusual in being made entirely by contractors, with the exception of the few model pieces made at Harpers Ferry to use as patterns. The rifle is often designated… (1093-02). Learn More »

MODEL 1861 RIFLE MUSKET BY WILLIAM MASON, TAUNTON, MASS.

MODEL 1861 RIFLE MUSKET BY WILLIAM MASON, TAUNTON, MASS.

This is a Model 1861 rifle musket made under contract by William Mason, in Taunton, Massachusetts. All gun metal on this rifle is smooth with matching bright surface. Barrel shows light pitting and… (476-112). Learn More »

$1,250.00
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EARLY PRODUCTION MODEL 1873 WINCHESTER RIFLE WITH RARE 62B TANG SIGHT

EARLY PRODUCTION MODEL 1873 WINCHESTER RIFLE WITH RARE 62B TANG SIGHT

Very nice early production (1884) Winchester Model 1873 in .38-40 caliber with an extremely rare set of special order sights installed.  The rifle boasts both a Series 62B rear folding tang peep… (2020-40). Learn More »

A FAMILY DIVIDED: THE INSCRIBED COLT 1849 POCKET PISTOL OF CONFEDERATE LT. WILLIAM J. BROADFOOT, MARYLAND INFANTRY, MORTALLY WOUNDED AT GETTYSBURG

A FAMILY DIVIDED: THE INSCRIBED COLT 1849 POCKET PISTOL OF CONFEDERATE LT. WILLIAM J. BROADFOOT, MARYLAND INFANTRY, MORTALLY WOUNDED AT GETTYSBURG

Maryland is often cited as an example of divided loyalties. In this case the state also furnishes an example of a family divided. Joseph O. Broadfoot served as an officer in the Maryland Infantry,… (766-1079). Learn More »

$9,500.00
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REMARKABLE SWORD IDENTIFIED TO GEORGE WILLIAM GORDON (1801-1877), US CONSUL TO BRAZIL (1840-46) AND SLAVE TRADE OPPONENT

A remarkable sword manufactured by W.H. Horstmann & Co., New York after the Model 1834 US Revenue Cutter/Marine sword. Neatly engraved on the reverse folding guard, “Geo. Wm. Gordon / United States Consul”. Born on February 8, 1801 in Exeter,… (870-60). Learn More »

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