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IDENTIFIED US MODEL 1816 SPRINGFIELD CONVERSION MUSKET – 91ST PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

IDENTIFIED US MODEL 1816 SPRINGFIELD CONVERSION MUSKET – 91ST PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

This US Model 1816 Conversion Springfield Musket was issued to Private Charles Lowry of Company C, 91st PA Vol. Infantry. A totally untouched musket, the stock bears the following hand carved… (355-19). Learn More »

MILLER MODEL-1861 .58 CALIBER RIMFIRE CONVERSION

MILLER MODEL-1861 .58 CALIBER RIMFIRE CONVERSION

William H. and George W. Miller designed and patented the Miller conversion system. The Meridian Manufacturing Company altered 2,000 Model-1861 muskets, mostly Parker’s Snow & Co., between 1865… (172-4257). Learn More »

HARPERS FERRY M1855 PERCUSSION RIFLE, DATED 1859

HARPERS FERRY M1855 PERCUSSION RIFLE, DATED 1859

This Civil War era single-shot muzzleloader is a .58 caliber early Harpers Ferry Model 1855 percussion rifle in good overall condition. Longarm has a 33” round barrel with broad three-groove… (172-4249). Learn More »

UNMARKED PERCUSSION MODEL 1817 “COMMON RIFLE”

UNMARKED PERCUSSION MODEL 1817 “COMMON RIFLE”

This weapon was made by several contractors from about 1817 to about 1840’s with a total of 38,200 being made. Most Model 1817 “Common Rifles” were made in the flintlock configuration but this… (482-338). Learn More »

MAYNARD PERCUSSION SPORTING RIFLE WITH INTERCHANGABLE SHOTGUN BARREL

MAYNARD PERCUSSION SPORTING RIFLE WITH INTERCHANGABLE SHOTGUN BARREL

Weapon has a 26 inch long barrel round barrel octagon at breech. Barrel is blued throughout with some minor scratches and two thin lines of white paint residue 1.75 inches long with some other small… (838-17). Learn More »

RARE US MODEL 1855 RIFLE BY HARPER’S FERRY DATED 1859 IN UNCLEANED CONDITION

RARE US MODEL 1855 RIFLE BY HARPER’S FERRY DATED 1859 IN UNCLEANED CONDITION

Rifle appears to be untouched and uncleaned. All iron surfaces wear a matching dark patina and light to moderate surface pitting throughout. The round barrel of this .58 weapon meas. 33” long with a… (172-3998). Learn More »

US MODEL 1816 FLINTLOCK MUSKET CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION

US MODEL 1816 FLINTLOCK MUSKET CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION

This is a US Model 1816 Flintlock Musket converted to Percussion circa 1850 through late 1860s. Lock plate is marked “HARPERS/FERRY/1838” behind the hammer and with a small eagle over “US”… (875-01). Learn More »

SUPER FINE CONDITION US SPECIAL MODEL CONTRACT 1861 RIFLE MUSKET

SUPER FINE CONDITION US SPECIAL MODEL CONTRACT 1861 RIFLE MUSKET

This is an excellent example of a US Special Model Contract 1861 Rifle Musket manufactured by Lamson, Goodnow & Yale Co. in Windsor, Vermont. The total quantity made was 50,000. The lock is marked… (516-62). Learn More »

U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1861 RIFLE MUSKET, DATED 1862 WITH ATTRIBUTION TO THE 25TH MASSACHUSETTS

U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1861 RIFLE MUSKET, DATED 1862 WITH ATTRIBUTION TO THE 25TH MASSACHUSETTS

This weapon was purchased at auction from the estate of James Drennan who served as a Lieutenant in the 25th Massachusetts Infantry. Drennan was born in Ireland and eventually settled in Worcester,… (526-44). Learn More »

VERY NICE SHARPS NEW MODEL 1859 RIFLE ID’D TO 151ST NEW YORK SOLDIER WHO SERVED AS A BRIGADE SHARPSHOOTER - WONDERFUL MOUNTED SILVER PLAQUE ON STOCK ATTESTING TO ID

VERY NICE SHARPS NEW MODEL 1859 RIFLE ID’D TO 151ST NEW YORK SOLDIER WHO SERVED AS A BRIGADE SHARPSHOOTER - WONDERFUL MOUNTED SILVER PLAQUE ON STOCK ATTESTING TO ID

This weapon was carried in the Civil War by Dem Youngers of Company C, 151st New York Infantry and bears a silver plaque on the stock attesting to that fact. This rare Sharps is a New Model 1859 with… (526-43). Learn More »

HISTORICAL FIREARMS STOLEN FROM THE NATIONAL CIVIL WAR MUSEUM IN HARRISBURG, PA

HISTORICAL FIREARMS STOLEN FROM THE NATIONAL CIVIL WAR MUSEUM IN HARRISBURG, PA

Please click on the photograph above to view a flyer containing information regarding a Model 1860 Henry Rifle and pair of cased presentation Colt Revolvers identified to Secretary of War Simon…. Learn More »

SPRINGFIELD M1863 MUSKET DATED 1864

SPRINGFIELD M1863 MUSKET DATED 1864

This Civil War musket is a .58 caliber “Springfield” Model 1863, single-shot muzzleloader in complete good condition. The Springfield M1863 musket was a government arsenal product from… (172-3440). Learn More »

‘BELGIAN’ ALTERATION M1816 HARPERS FERRY RIFLED MUSKET - SCARCE WITHOUT REAR SIGHT

‘BELGIAN’ ALTERATION M1816 HARPERS FERRY RIFLED MUSKET - SCARCE WITHOUT REAR SIGHT

This Model 1816 Harpers Ferry rifled .69 caliber musket was converted from flintlock to percussion via the Belgian style alteration. This rifled, single-shot musket is in very good, attic condition… (G3376). Learn More »

VERY FINE MODEL 1861 BRIDESBURG-CONTRACT MUSKET, DATED 1862

VERY FINE MODEL 1861 BRIDESBURG-CONTRACT MUSKET, DATED 1862

This Model 1861, .58 caliber, percussion rifle-musket, dated 1862, is in complete, very fine condition. Produced at the Alfred Jenks & Co facility in Bridesburg, PA, the musket retains its… (172-3845). Learn More »

$3,950.00
ON HOLD

MINTY, ‘C. D. SCHUBARTH’ CONTRACT .58 CALIBER MODEL 1861 MUSKET

MINTY, ‘C. D. SCHUBARTH’ CONTRACT .58 CALIBER MODEL 1861 MUSKET

In remarkable condition, this original, 1863-dated Model 1861 .58 caliber percussion rifle-musket is a contract longarm produced by C. D. Schubarth and Co. of Providence, R.I. In 1862, the firm… (172-3597). Learn More »

PIEDMONTESE MODEL 1844 / 60 PERCUSSION RIFLED MUSKET

PIEDMONTESE MODEL 1844 / 60 PERCUSSION RIFLED MUSKET

2,000 of these rifled muskets produced at Liege, Belgium in the mid-19th century. Musket 56” in overall length. Has a 40½” long round barrel with a .69 caliber bore. Bore is in mint condition.… (362-544). Learn More »

EXCELLENT CONDITION REMINGTON M1863 PERCUSSION ‘ZOUAVE’ RIFLE

EXCELLENT CONDITION REMINGTON M1863 PERCUSSION ‘ZOUAVE’ RIFLE

Presented in outstanding condition is this Model 1863 “Zouave” rifle produced by the Remington arms firm of Ilion New York between 1862 and 1865. Of some 12,500 such firearms produced, this .58… (482-328). Learn More »

$3,550.00
Originally $3,750.00

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 »

$1,550.00
ON HOLD

SPRINGFIELD ARMORY M1865 SPENCER REPEATING RIFLE ALTERED WITH THE ‘STABLER CUTOFF’

SPRINGFIELD ARMORY M1865 SPENCER REPEATING RIFLE ALTERED WITH THE ‘STABLER CUTOFF’

This longarm is a Model 1865 Spencer Army Repeating rifle that was altered post-war at the National Armory at Springfield, Mass. As Civil War era Spencer repeating arms became unserviceable after the… (766-15). Learn More »

MODEL 1873 ‘TRAPDOOR’ U.S. SPRINGFIELD RIFLE

MODEL 1873 ‘TRAPDOOR’ U.S. SPRINGFIELD RIFLE

Produced by the Springfield Armory, this .45-70 caliber, centerfire, cartridge weapon, serial number #250079. All iron surfaces have a flat dull gray patina with no bluing or color casehardening. Does… (172-3366). Learn More »


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BOOTS STATED TO BE THOSE WORN BY GENERAL SAMUEL K. ZOOK WHEN KILLED AT GETTYSBURG & OTHER RELATED ITEMS

These boots surfaced in the collection of the late Stan Landis of Quakertown, Pennsylvania and then passed to a New York collector where they were obtained in 1975 by George Lower, owner of the well-known shop “The Gettysburg Sutler,” who then… (355-39). Learn More »

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