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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1855 US PERCUSSION RIFLE-MUSKET DATED 1860

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1855 US PERCUSSION RIFLE-MUSKET DATED 1860

This single-shot muzzleloader is a .58 caliber Model 1855 percussion rifle-musket in good overall condition.  This particular musket was a government arsenal product from Springfield, Massachusetts.… (1028-01). Learn More »

MODEL 1863 BRIDESBURG CONTRACT MUSKET, DATED 1863

MODEL 1863 BRIDESBURG CONTRACT MUSKET, DATED 1863

This Model 1863, .58 caliber, percussion rifle-musket, dated 1863, is in complete, fine condition. Produced at the Alfred Jenks & Co facility in Bridesburg, PA. The 40” long barrel exhibits just… (1000-180). Learn More »

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1816 MUSKET CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1816 MUSKET CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION

Smoothbore musket that meas. approx. 57.50 inches overall. All iron, except the barrel, is finished brown. Round .69 barrel meas. approx. 42.00 inches long. Surface is bright and may have been lightly… (1000-89). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED MODEL 1860 SPENCER RIFLE – JAMES CLEMENTS;  SERVED IN BOTH THE MEXICAN WAR AND THE CIVIL WAR

IDENTIFIED MODEL 1860 SPENCER RIFLE – JAMES CLEMENTS; SERVED IN BOTH THE MEXICAN WAR AND THE CIVIL WAR

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… (401-32). Learn More »

$5,000.00
Originally $5,600.00

US MODEL 1855 HARPERS FERRY DATED 1857 WITH CONFEDERATE MARKING

US MODEL 1855 HARPERS FERRY DATED 1857 WITH CONFEDERATE MARKING

All iron on this weapon is a dark brown, almost black and untouched. The barrel is heavily pitted at the breech. The rest of the surface has only light scattered pinpricks of pitting. Front and rear… (1000-141). Learn More »

MODEL 1873 SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR RIFLE

MODEL 1873 SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR RIFLE

Springfield manufactured approximately 73,000 Model 1873 rifles and carbines between 1873 and 1877. They were the first trapdoors chambered for the 45-70 cartridge. Rifle barrel has even brown patina… (G3811). 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 »

SECOND MODEL ‘ALLIN CONVERSION’ TRAPDOOR RIFLE

SECOND MODEL ‘ALLIN CONVERSION’ TRAPDOOR RIFLE

This is a Model 1866 US breechloading rifle with the Allin Conversion, a.k.a. the Second Model Allin “Trapdoor.” In 1866, the Springfield Armory altered existing M1863 percussion muskets to a .50… (1000-358). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE USED MODEL 1861 BRIDESBURG, DATED 1863 WITH MATCHING BAYONET, FROM UTICA GAR HALL

CONFEDERATE USED MODEL 1861 BRIDESBURG, DATED 1863 WITH MATCHING BAYONET, FROM UTICA GAR HALL

Several details are evidence of Confederate use. Stamped into the wood forward of the triggerguard is a letter “Q” showing that at some point this weapon was captured by the Confederates and sent… (88-05). Learn More »

MODEL 1863 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE MUSKET TYPE-1 DATED 1863

MODEL 1863 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE MUSKET TYPE-1 DATED 1863

Barrel surface is in excellent condition. It shows signs of light cleaning but is otherwise very nice with no mottling or pitting. The front sight is present at the muzzle and the rear sight has both… (945-350). Learn More »

SPRINGFIELD M1842 U.S. PERCUSSION MUSKET DATED 1855

SPRINGFIELD M1842 U.S. PERCUSSION MUSKET DATED 1855

This original longarm is a .69 caliber Springfield Model 1842, single-shot, smoothbore muzzleloader in good overall condition. Gunmetal is plum brown with scattered areas of rust pitting, specifically… (172-3276). Learn More »

$1,250.00
Originally $1,550.00

“N.J.” MARKED M1816 ‘WICKHAM’ FLINTLOCK MUSKET

“N.J.” MARKED M1816 ‘WICKHAM’ FLINTLOCK MUSKET

Longarm is an original M1816 musket made by Marine T. Wickham of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 1813, Wickham was a government inspector of arms at a U.S. arsenal, and later was listed as a gunsmith… (846-116). Learn More »

$1,435.50
Originally $1,595.00
ON HOLD

RARE NIPPES CONVERSION OF A MODEL 1840 MUSKET

RARE NIPPES CONVERSION OF A MODEL 1840 MUSKET

Between 1848 and 1849 two contracts for 1000 weapons each was given to D. S. Nippes of Philadelphia for his Model 1840 muskets with the Maynard tape primer ignition system. This musket meas. approx.… (1000-97). Learn More »

ATTRACTIVE NEW ENGLAND FLINTLOCK FOWLER ATTRIBUTED TO WELCOME MATHEWSON OF RHODE ISLAND

ATTRACTIVE NEW ENGLAND FLINTLOCK FOWLER ATTRIBUTED TO WELCOME MATHEWSON OF RHODE ISLAND

41” smooth .58 cal. rifle barrel. Overall 56 ¼”. Butt is 1 ¾” x 4 5/8”. Cherry stock, English lock and brass engraved English type furniture with brass engraved French style sideplate. All… (1002-01). Learn More »

$2,995.00
Originally $3,750.00
ON HOLD

RARE CONFEDERATE NIPPES – MAYNARD ALTERED MUSKET BY NEW ORLEANS GUNSMITH P. BOURON & SONS

RARE CONFEDERATE NIPPES – MAYNARD ALTERED MUSKET BY NEW ORLEANS GUNSMITH P. BOURON & SONS

Approximately 200 Nippes contract Maynard lock muskets were on inventory at the Federal Arsenal in the Spring of 1861. Confiscated by the Confederate Government during the outbreak of war and were… (998-28). Learn More »

MODEL 1863 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE MUSKET DATED 1864

MODEL 1863 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE MUSKET DATED 1864

Barrel surface is turning plumb brown and has some moderate to heavy pitting around the nipple area. The rest of the surface has a few tiny spots of pitting here and there otherwise it is good. The… (362-808). Learn More »

REFERENCE BOOK ON THE SPRINGFIELD .45-70

REFERENCE BOOK ON THE SPRINGFIELD .45-70

Hardcover volume titled “THE .45-70 SPRINGFIELD” by Robert J. Frasca, Ph.D and Robert H. Hill Volume meas. approx. 8.75 x 11.25 inches and runs 381 pages. Volume was published by Springfield… (516-474). Learn More »

$90.00
ON HOLD

P. S. JUSTICE CONTRACT RIFLED MUSKET

P. S. JUSTICE CONTRACT RIFLED MUSKET

This original Civil War weapon is a .69 caliber percussion rifled musket manufactured in 1861 by the Philadelphia firm of P. S. Justice. In very good overall condition, this longarm is one of almost… (1000-306). Learn More »

REMINGTON M1863 “ZOUAVE” RIFLE IN GOOD CONDITION

REMINGTON M1863 “ZOUAVE” RIFLE IN GOOD CONDITION

The Model 1863 “Zouave” rifle was produced by the firm of Remington in Ilion New York between 1862 and 1865. Weapon is .58 caliber, single shot percussion muzzleloader in good condition. The… (G3796). Learn More »

$1,500.00
ON HOLD

MODEL 1842 HARPERS FERRY SMOOTHBORE MUSKET DATED 1851

MODEL 1842 HARPERS FERRY SMOOTHBORE MUSKET DATED 1851

An original Harper’s Ferry Model 1842, .69 caliber, smoothbore musket in good condition. The metal surfaces all appear to have been lightly cleaned. Barrel surface is as described above with a… (1000-130). Learn More »

$1,500.00
ON HOLD


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19th CENTURY STUDIO CAMERA WITH STAND & LENS MARKED R. WALZL OF BALTIMORE

At the middle of the 19th century, the newest technology was wet-plate photography, a process in which an image is captured on chemically coated pieces of plate glass. This was a complicated process done exclusively by photographic professionals.… (997-01). Learn More »

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