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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 »

MODEL 1842 HARPERS FERRY RIFLED MUSKET

MODEL 1842 HARPERS FERRY RIFLED MUSKET

Model 1842, .69 caliber musket manufactured at Harpers Ferry. The barrel is a full 42” in length and in overall nice smooth condition. Pitting around breech and bolster area as is to be expected.… (218-537). Learn More »

$2,350.00
Originally $2,450.00

US MODEL 1855 HARPERS FERRY RIFLE MUSKET FOUND AT SPANGLER’S SPRING – ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

US MODEL 1855 HARPERS FERRY RIFLE MUSKET FOUND AT SPANGLER’S SPRING – ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

This Harpers Ferry Rifle Musket was part of George Rosensteel’s Civil War National Museum; later the museum incorporated the Electric Map. While inheriting his Uncle John Rosensteel’s Round Top… (899-03). Learn More »

$4,500.00
Originally $6,950.00
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1855 HARPERS FERRY MODEL 1855 RIFLE MUSKET DATED 1858 IN THE BRIGHT

1855 HARPERS FERRY MODEL 1855 RIFLE MUSKET DATED 1858 IN THE BRIGHT

The 1855 series of arms introduced a number of innovations, most notably rifled arms for all infantry and the .58 caliber Minie ball as the standard infantry round. Long arms were still divided,… (1000-147). Learn More »

SPRINGFIELD 1871 ALTERATION OF SPENCER CAVALRY CARBINE TO INFANTRY RIFLE

SPRINGFIELD 1871 ALTERATION OF SPENCER CAVALRY CARBINE TO INFANTRY RIFLE

This is a rare armory alteration of a Spencer in very good condition with a nice bore. Just 1,108 Burnside Model 1865 carbines were fitted with 32 ½ inch .50 caliber barrels and Stabler cutoffs at… (218-546). Learn More »

FRENCH 1785 CONTRACT MUSKET FOR THE STATE OF VIRGINIA CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION- MARKED “54TH VA. REGT. NORFOLK BOROUGH”

FRENCH 1785 CONTRACT MUSKET FOR THE STATE OF VIRGINIA CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION- MARKED “54TH VA. REGT. NORFOLK BOROUGH”

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… (1000-253). Learn More »

DERINGER MILITARY FLINTLOCK RIFLE CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION

DERINGER MILITARY FLINTLOCK RIFLE CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION

These rare military arms were produced by Henry Deringer of Philadelphia between 1810 -1820. Overall this weapon meas. approx. 54.00 inches long. The octagon barrel is approx. 38.00 inches long and… (911-57). Learn More »

$5,200.00
Originally $6,500.00

HARPER'S FERRY M1842 US RIFLED PERCUSSION MUSKET

HARPER'S FERRY M1842 US RIFLED PERCUSSION MUSKET

This longarm in good overall condition is an original .69 caliber Model 1842 and one of the seldom seen ‘rifled’ ’42 muzzleloaders made by the Harper’s Ferry Arsenal. In 1842, the need for… (286-566). Learn More »

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1816 TYPE III WITH LEMAN CONVERSION TO PERCUSSION

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1816 TYPE III WITH LEMAN CONVERSION TO PERCUSSION

Smoothbore musket that meas. approx. 57.50 inches overall. Round .69 barrel meas. approx. 42.00 inches long and has a surface that is semi-bright with light mottling scattered throughout. There is… (G3950). Learn More »

$1,250.00
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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 »

SOUTH CAROLINA MARKED 1842 MUSKET FROM THE GETTYSBURG ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION - NOTARIZED LETTER

SOUTH CAROLINA MARKED 1842 MUSKET FROM THE GETTYSBURG ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION - NOTARIZED LETTER

This smoothbore Model 1842 musket is a southern arsenal rework with an unmarked lock and minus the ramrod. The buttplate tang bears an “SC” South Carolina mark. The barrel surface has mostly… (1020-05). Learn More »

$3,500.00
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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 »

MODEL 1795 SPRINGFIELD FLINTLOCK MUSKET – DATED 1807/1808

MODEL 1795 SPRINGFIELD FLINTLOCK MUSKET – DATED 1807/1808

The model 1795 is the first standard musket made for the US. It is also the first model made at the Springfield arsenal. Between 1795 and 1814 they manufactured approximately 85,000 muskets. Model… (1000-54). Learn More »

$2,250.00
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PRUSSIAN POTSDAM PERCUSSION MUSKET

PRUSSIAN POTSDAM PERCUSSION MUSKET

This original German longarm is a .72 caliber, Potsdam smoothbore musket in very nice condition. Musket measures a total length of almost 56.25” with a 41.25” long barrel and has been converted… (1000-37). 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 1842 SPRINGFIELD SMOOTHBORE MUSKET DATED 1848

MODEL 1842 SPRINGFIELD SMOOTHBORE MUSKET DATED 1848

An original Springfield Model 1842 single shot, smoothbore, .69 caliber musket in good condition. All metal surfaces have a nice dark patina. Barrel surface is dark and smooth with moderate pitting at… (G3920). Learn More »

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 »

CONFEDERATE USED 1862 DATED ENFIELD P53 RIFLE MUSKET WITH ENGRAVED C.S. CONTROL NUMBERS

CONFEDERATE USED 1862 DATED ENFIELD P53 RIFLE MUSKET WITH ENGRAVED C.S. CONTROL NUMBERS

This is a quintessential example of a British P53 Rifle Musket exported to the Confederacy by running the Federal blockade that has very legible CS control numbers on the buttplate tang and signs of… (G3873). Learn More »

MODEL 1860 SPENCER RIFLE – VERY GOOD CONDITION, S/N 23660

MODEL 1860 SPENCER RIFLE – VERY GOOD CONDITION, S/N 23660

This famous longarm is a Civil War Model 1860 Spencer Repeating rifle in very good original condition. Initial army contracts with the Spencer Company of Boston, Massachusetts called for 10,000… (302-75). Learn More »

$9,500.00
Originally $11,950.00
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IRON MOUNTED HARPERS FERRY M1855 PERCUSSION RIFLE, DATED 1860

IRON MOUNTED HARPERS FERRY M1855 PERCUSSION RIFLE, DATED 1860

This Civil War era single-shot muzzleloader is a .58 caliber Harpers Ferry Model 1855 percussion rifle in very fine to excellent overall condition. Longarm has a 33” round barrel with broad… (302-73). Learn More »

$10,950.00
Originally $12,950.00


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C1850-60 SHAKO IDENTIFIED TO HENRY K. WHITE, 71ST NEW YORK STATE MILITIA, AND LATER OWNER OF H. K. WHITE MILITARY GOODS

A beautiful example of the headgear worn up to the outbreak of the American Civil War. The body is paste board covered in a very high quality dark blue wool and measures approx. 7” tall. The crown is black painted leather in very good condition… (33-273). Learn More »

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