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SCARCE COLT 1855 SIDE HAMMER ROOT REVOLVER HOLSTER

SCARCE COLT 1855 SIDE HAMMER ROOT REVOLVER HOLSTER

The Colt 1855 Root revolver is an elegant side-hammer revolver that shows up in .28 and .31 calibers. We don’t see many belt holsters for them. This is a nice example in black leather that has a… (172-5399). Learn More »

US CAVALRY M1881 HOLSTER FOR COLT SINGLE-ACTION ARMY SCHOFIELD SMITH AND WESSON

US CAVALRY M1881 HOLSTER FOR COLT SINGLE-ACTION ARMY SCHOFIELD SMITH AND WESSON

Both the .45 caliber Colt and the Schofield Smith and Wesson were issued to the cavalry and it made sense to devise a holster that would hold either one. The solution was to provide alternate… (172-5401). Learn More »

LANZ, OWEN & CO. MAKER MARKED INDIAN WAR US CAVALRY PATTERN 1881 HOLSTER WITH 1896 MODIFICATION

LANZ, OWEN & CO. MAKER MARKED INDIAN WAR US CAVALRY PATTERN 1881 HOLSTER WITH 1896 MODIFICATION

This is a very nice example of a full-length 1881 pattern cavalry holster for the Colt Single Action Army and the Smith and Wesson Schofield .45 caliber revolvers. Both were issued to cavalry units… (864-08). Learn More »

1916 PATTERN WORLD WAR TWO COLT AUTO HOLSTER BY GRATON & KNIGHT

1916 PATTERN WORLD WAR TWO COLT AUTO HOLSTER BY GRATON & KNIGHT

The Model 1916 holster for the Colt 1911 automatic replaced the old 1912 patterns that held the pistol too low on the leg for most soldiers. The firm of Graton and Knight made them both in WW1 and… (864-07). Learn More »

US 1881/96 HOLSTER FOR THE SINGLE ACTION ARMY AND SCHOFIELD S&W

US 1881/96 HOLSTER FOR THE SINGLE ACTION ARMY AND SCHOFIELD S&W

The 1881 pattern cavalry holsters were designed to fit both the .45 caliber Colt single action army revolver with a 7 ½ inch barrel and the Schofield Smith and Wesson simply by providing two… (172-5394). Learn More »

FULL FLAP MILITARY STYLE HOLSTER FOR THE COLT POCKET

FULL FLAP MILITARY STYLE HOLSTER FOR THE COLT POCKET

The 1849 Colt pocket revolver was immensely popular as a lightweight sidearm among officers. This is a non-regulation style holster that could have been used by early westerners as well, but has a… (172-5386). Learn More »

SLIM JIM HOLSTER FOR THE 1851 OR 1861 COLT NAVY

SLIM JIM HOLSTER FOR THE 1851 OR 1861 COLT NAVY

The “slim Jim” holster was a popular holster in the early west for percussion revolvers, being closely contoured to the revolver and with an open top that permitted it to be quickly drawn.… (172-5390). Learn More »

HOLSTER FOR A FIVE-INCH COLT POCKET REVOLVER

HOLSTER FOR A FIVE-INCH COLT POCKET REVOLVER

This is a brown leather belt holster in good condition for a Colt .32 caliber percussion pocket revolver with a 5-inch barrel. The holster is a simple three-piece construction of the body and flap in… (172-5400). Learn More »

GAYLORD MARKED COLT DRAGOON HOLSTER

GAYLORD MARKED COLT DRAGOON HOLSTER

This large sturdy holster has an “E. Gaylord / Chicopee / Mass.” stamp partially visible on the belt loop. Gaylord was one of the largest suppliers of military accouterments to the government and… (172-5393). Learn More »

EARLY WAR COLT NAVY HOLSTER

EARLY WAR COLT NAVY HOLSTER

This exact pattern of holster, though for an 1860 army, is illustrated by Meadows (1987) page 66 with his comments that it is, “of good quality but non-standard design. It could be a privately… (172-5392). Learn More »

TOOLED LEATHER MODEL 1851/1861 NAVY SIZE REVOLVER HOLSTER

TOOLED LEATHER MODEL 1851/1861 NAVY SIZE REVOLVER HOLSTER

Several holsters of this configuration for navy size revolvers are illustrated in Meadows and are seen in period photos. They key point of identification is the use of an elongated flap extending in… (172-5395). Learn More »

BEAUTIFULLY TOOLED GEORGE LAWRENCE AND COMPANY REVOLVER HOLSTER

BEAUTIFULLY TOOLED GEORGE LAWRENCE AND COMPANY REVOLVER HOLSTER

The Lawrence company is well known among collectors of western leather gear. Under the Lawrence name the company dates back to the early 1890s and manufactured “saddles, harness and sporting… (172-4970). Learn More »

US MARINE CORPS MODEL 1912 DISMOUNTED HOLSTER FOR THE COLT .45 AUTOMATIC COMPLETE WITH LEG STRAP

US MARINE CORPS MODEL 1912 DISMOUNTED HOLSTER FOR THE COLT .45 AUTOMATIC COMPLETE WITH LEG STRAP

A very scarce US Marine Corps 1912 pattern holster. Designed for mounted use, the 1912 pattern holsters for the 1911 Colt .45 automatic had long suspensions and a swivel to keep the holster vertical… (1037-182). Learn More »

VERY SCARCE U.S. MARINE CORPS MARKED 1889/1905 PATTERN HOLSTER

VERY SCARCE U.S. MARINE CORPS MARKED 1889/1905 PATTERN HOLSTER

These russet leather holsters are most often associated with the Colt 1905 Marine Corps pattern .38 revolver, but also seem to have been in use earlier, when Marines were carrying Navy 1889 Colts.… (1037-492). Learn More »

HEISER HOLSTER #419 FOR WEAPON WITH 5 ½ INCH BARREL

HEISER HOLSTER #419 FOR WEAPON WITH 5 ½ INCH BARREL

A fine H.H. Heiser holster for a weapon with a 5.50 inch barrel or shorter. Brown saddle leather with a nice buckskin wrap. Snap, button and strap are in excellent condition. Snap is marked with the… (172-4968). Learn More »

SMITH & WESSON MODEL #1, 2ND ISSUE REVOLVER

SMITH & WESSON MODEL #1, 2ND ISSUE REVOLVER

Between 1860 and 1868, the Smith & Wesson arms company in Springfield, Massachusetts produced some 17,000 of these small arms for government and civilian use. This weapon is .22 cal short rimfire… (31-1546). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE FLAP HOLSTER FOR REVOLVER

CONFEDERATE FLAP HOLSTER FOR REVOLVER

Hard to find, this is a non-regulation leather holster made to accommodate a Spiller and Burr revolver. The holster measures about 11” along the front edge. Holster is made from one piece of… (490-1689). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR FLAP HOLSTER FOR REVOLVERS

CIVIL WAR FLAP HOLSTER FOR REVOLVERS

Hard to find, this is a black leather holster made to accommodate the Colt, Remington and other revolvers. The holster “pocket” measures about 11” along its front edge. Holster is made from two… (1000-766). Learn More »

CIRCA 1850 DRAGOON PISTOL HOLSTERS

CIRCA 1850 DRAGOON PISTOL HOLSTERS

Pair of large leather saddle holsters, 17” in length, 6” in width across the top. Obviously designed to accommodate either the new Colt dragoon revolvers of the time or earlier flintlocks such as… (550-13). Learn More »

US NAVY HOLSTER, C. 1909

US NAVY HOLSTER, C. 1909

“Right Hand” holster, of black leather, with oval encircled “USN” stamped on upper flap, and three-rivet reverse belt loop. Measures 13.25” in length from top of flap to the tip, with pocket… (172-4495). Learn More »


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HIGH GRADE NON-REGULATION W. CLAUBERG CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABRE ID’D TO 1ST LT. JACOB MILLER, BATTERY A, MARYLAND JUNIOR LIGHT ARTILLERY

Occasionally a Cavalry Officer’s Civil War period sabre comes to market that is not a regulation sabre. This ID’d sabre is one that provides us with the many different high grade, high quality manufactured swords by the firm of W. Clauberg of… (865-02). Learn More »

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