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SHARPS NEW MODEL 1859 RIFLE WITH 36 INCH BARREL

SHARPS NEW MODEL 1859 RIFLE WITH 36 INCH BARREL

The overall length of this single shot breech loading rifle is approx. 53.00 inches. The barrel surface was blued but is now turning a plumb brown. There are no signs of any pitting. Rear sight is a… (172-5521). Learn More »

US CONTRACT MODEL 1861 MUSKET BY NORFOLK

US CONTRACT MODEL 1861 MUSKET BY NORFOLK

The barrel is semi-bright with light mottling and light pitting around the breech. Rear sight retains much of its blue and has one flip-up leaf. Front iron blade sight is present at muzzle. Left… (172-5513). 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 »

M-1854 AUSTRIAN LORENZ RIFLE

M-1854 AUSTRIAN LORENZ RIFLE

This is the Austrian M-1854 Lorenz rifle musket. The Lorenz was the third most used rifle-musket during the American Civil War, with US purchases in excess of 250,000 and documented CS purchases of… (88-45). Learn More »

$1,850.00
ON HOLD

CONFEDERATE ALTERED MISSISSIPPI RIFLE ID’D TO MEMBER OF 62ND VIRGINIA MOUNTED INFANTRY

CONFEDERATE ALTERED MISSISSIPPI RIFLE ID’D TO MEMBER OF 62ND VIRGINIA MOUNTED INFANTRY

At the beginning of the American Civil War nearly 20,000 US M-1841 “Mississippi” rifles were in the arsenals within the states that had seceded to form the Confederacy. (see Murphy & Madaus… (88-43). Learn More »

$3,500.00
ON HOLD

NICE CONDITION REMINGTON M1863 PERCUSSION “ZOUAVE” RIFLE

NICE 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 nice overall condition.… (G3975). Learn More »

$1,350.00
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 »

HENRY RIFLE SERIAL NUMBER 9220 IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

HENRY RIFLE SERIAL NUMBER 9220 IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

The Henry rifle needs no introduction to Civil War, western, or pretty much any arms collector or student of the American West. Oliver Winchester encouraged one potential dealer, “There will be no… (169-478). Learn More »

WINCHESTER MODEL 1866 RIFLE MADE IN 1876

WINCHESTER MODEL 1866 RIFLE MADE IN 1876

Winchester made about 170,000 .44 caliber Model ‘66s in various configurations starting in 1866, when they overlapped with the last Henry rifles. Production ceased in 1884, but parts remained on… (169-479). Learn More »

FRENCH 1785 CONTRACT MUSKET FOR THE STATE OF VIRGINIA CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION

FRENCH 1785 CONTRACT MUSKET FOR THE STATE OF VIRGINIA CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION

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… (1000-252). Learn More »

VERY RARE SMITH & WESSON MODEL 320 REVOLVING RIFLE WITH AN ORIGINAL DETACHABLE SHOULDER STOCK

VERY RARE SMITH & WESSON MODEL 320 REVOLVING RIFLE WITH AN ORIGINAL DETACHABLE SHOULDER STOCK

The Smith & Wesson Model 320 manufactured between 1879 and 1887. Serial numbered to 977. This one is serial numbered “768” stamped on underside of the backstrap. This model was based heavily… (31-1597). Learn More »

$12,000.00
Originally $14,500.00

NEW MODEL 1863 SHARPS RIFLE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

NEW MODEL 1863 SHARPS RIFLE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

The Sharps rifle, a .52 caliber, breechloading firearm invented and patented by Hartford, Connecticut native Christian Sharps. Presented here is a very nice example of the New Model 1863 Sharps rifle… (30-2166). Learn More »

M1841 “MISSISSIPPI” RIFLE – HARPERS FERRY 1853

M1841 “MISSISSIPPI” RIFLE – HARPERS FERRY 1853

This single shot muzzle loading, Model 1841 Mississippi rifle was manufactured at the Harpers Ferry arsenal in 1853. Barrel is 33” long with a surface that is smooth and semi bright with darker… (218-535). Learn More »

$3,850.00
Originally $3,995.00

CONFEDERATE “CLEANED & REPAIRED” M1816 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET, FEATURED IN BOOK

CONFEDERATE “CLEANED & REPAIRED” M1816 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET, FEATURED IN BOOK

This Model 1816, .69 caliber, percussion musket, dated 1836, is in complete, very good condition. Originally produced at the Springfield Armory.  Later converted to percussion by Richmond gunsmith… (G3936). Learn More »

$3,950.00
ON HOLD

MODEL 1873 WINCHESTER 3RD MODEL MUSKET WITH BAYONET

MODEL 1873 WINCHESTER 3RD MODEL MUSKET WITH BAYONET

This popular, repeating firearm is an iron-framed, lever-action .44 Winchester Model 1873 repeating musket, the type which inspired the only Hollywood movie ever named for a Western firearm:… (1037-138). Learn More »

1862 DATED BRITISH P-53 ENFIELD RIFLE MUSKET

1862 DATED BRITISH P-53 ENFIELD RIFLE MUSKET

The most popular imported long-arm North and South, the British Pattern 1853 rifle musket was brought into this country in large numbers by Confederate and U.S. government authorities, various states,… (1075-02). Learn More »

U.S. MODEL 1851 PERCUSSION CADET RIFLED MUSKET

U.S. MODEL 1851 PERCUSSION CADET RIFLED MUSKET

The Model 1851 Cadet musket was made by the Springfield Armory between 1851-1853 with a total of around 4,000 being produced. These weapons were made in .57 caliber with a 40” round barrel. Research… (172-5421). Learn More »

FRENCH MODEL 1853 RIFLE MADE BY “L. LAMBIN” IN LIEGE

FRENCH MODEL 1853 RIFLE MADE BY “L. LAMBIN” IN LIEGE

Weapon is a single shot muzzle loading .58 caliber with metal surfaces that are black throughout except for the muzzle which is bright with a doglegged shadow of black. This was caused by a bayonet… (G3947). Learn More »

$1,450.00
ON HOLD

U.S. MODEL 1851 PERCUSSION CADET MUSKET DATED 1852

U.S. MODEL 1851 PERCUSSION CADET MUSKET DATED 1852

The Model 1851 Cadet musket was made by the Springfield Armory between 1851-1853 with a total of around 4,000 being produced. These weapons were made in .57 caliber with a 40” round barrel. Research… (172-5436). Learn More »

WHITNEY “PLYMOUTH” 1861 PERCUSSION NAVY RIFLE

WHITNEY “PLYMOUTH” 1861 PERCUSSION NAVY RIFLE

Produced at the Whitney Armory near New Haven, Connecticut early in the Civil War, this original, fine condition long arm is often referred to as either the Plymouth rifle, the Whitneyville rifle or… (490-1813). Learn More »


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FIRST SERGEANT CHARLES E. DEARING CO. B 16th MAINE DIARY AND NOTEBOOK

This is a detail-filled and very interesting notebook used by Charles E. Dearing, 16th Maine, both as diary and as a record book for his duties as First Sergeant of Company B, and as commander of a detachment of soldiers returning to their regiments… (766-1097). Learn More »

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