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MODEL 1849 “LONDON” COLT POCKET REVOLVER MANUFACTURED IN 1855

MODEL 1849 “LONDON” COLT POCKET REVOLVER MANUFACTURED IN 1855

Presented here is a classic Colt cap and ball revolver commonly referred to as the 1849 Pocket Model. This personal sidearm, in very good original condition overall, features a 4” long, octagonal… (G3906) SOLD. Learn More »

1993 COPY OF “THE GETTYSBURG DEATH ROSTER” - THIRD EDITION

1993 COPY OF “THE GETTYSBURG DEATH ROSTER” - THIRD EDITION

Full title is “THE GETTYSBURG DEATH ROSTER: THE CONFEDERATE DEAD AT GETTYSBURG” by Robert K. Krick. Very nice, clean hard cover that meas. approx. 8.75 x 11.50 inches. It runs 134 page and lists… (1054-525) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

SECOND EDITION OF “CUTLER’S BRIGADE AT GETTYSBURG”

SECOND EDITION OF “CUTLER’S BRIGADE AT GETTYSBURG”

Title is “CUTLER’S BRIGADE AT GETTYSBURG” by James L. McLean. Volume meas. approx. 8.75 x 11.25 and runs 253 pages with index. This volume was originally published by Butternut & Blue as… (1054-523) SOLD. Learn More »

$50.00
SOLD

INDIAN WAR FRAZIER CARTRIDGE BOX WITH CAVALRY INSIGNIA

INDIAN WAR FRAZIER CARTRIDGE BOX WITH CAVALRY INSIGNIA

Three distinct patterns of Frazier boxes are available to the collector: this belt loop pattern, a version with a shoulder sling, and a later version with a sliding cover. Patents for the first two… (1055-02) SOLD. Learn More »

US MODEL 1842 COMBINATION GUN TOOL

US MODEL 1842 COMBINATION GUN TOOL

Closed nipple wrench and two screwdriver blades for the 1842 .69 caliber musket. Just about every US rifle or carbine cartridge box of the period has a small separate implement pouch for the gun… (1000-2414) SOLD. Learn More »

$50.00
SOLD

INDIAN WAR US MODEL 1866 COMBINATION GUN TOOL

INDIAN WAR US MODEL 1866 COMBINATION GUN TOOL

About 70 percent thinning blue with areas of rubbing showing gray. An essential gun tool for the soldier of the frontier army in the years just following the Civil War.  [sr] … (1000-2431) SOLD. Learn More »

$20.00
SOLD

US MODEL 1855 MAIN SPRING VISE WITH US MARKING

US MODEL1855 MAIN SPRING VISE WITH US MARKING

An essential tool for compressing the main spring of the rifle lock to enable the lock to be disassembled for maintenance, cleaning or replacement of parts. Just about every US rifle or carbine… (1000-2424) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

SHARPS PELLET PRIMER TUBE

SHARPS PELLET PRIMER TUBE

Sharps carbines and rifles were equipped with a pellet primer system intended to obviate the need for percussion caps. This small brass tube holds a number of flat disk primers. It was seated in a… (998-899) SOLD. Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

G.A.R. POST COMMANDER MEMBERSHIP BADGE

G.A.R. POST COMMANDER MEMBERSHIP BADGE

Top hangar is a spread winged eagle perched on crossed cannons and artillery shells. Reverse is maker marked, “PAT. MAY 4, 1886, JUNE 7, 1886”. Suspended from this is a silk ribbon with U.S. flag… (M26154) SOLD. Learn More »

$50.00
SOLD

REMINGTON BAYONET FOR THE MOSIN-NAGANT M1891

REMINGTON BAYONET FOR THE MOSIN-NAGANT M1891

In World War One the Russian government contracted with Remington and Westinghouse to produce Model 1891 Mosin-Nagant rifles to arm its forces. About 1.6 million were made from 1915 to 1917, but only… (1037-227) SOLD. Learn More »

REMINGTON ROLLING BLOCK EXPORT RIFLE BAYONET

REMINGTON ROLLING BLOCK EXPORT RIFLE BAYONET

The Remington rolling block rifle was produced in huge quantities on contract and for commercial sale to foreign governments from the 1860s until well past 1900. The single shot action was simple and… (1037-210) SOLD. Learn More »

$1000 CONFEDERATE BOND

$1000 CONFEDERATE BOND

Mid-war bond issued from the Confederate Capital at Richmond, Virginia. The bond was authorized March 23, 1863, dated April 1, 1863 and is numbered 5446. The center image is of the Customs House.… (1030-504) SOLD. Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

SCARCE WW2 JAPANESE TYPE 30 REAR AMMO POUCH WITH OILER

SCARCE WW2 JAPANESE TYPE 30 REAR AMMO POUCH WITH OILER

Standard issue, model 30 (1897) rear ammunition pouch as used by the Japanese Imperial Army throughout the World War Two. Pouch is approximately 6.75 inches long x 3.00 inches wide x 3.75 inches tall.… (1057-01) SOLD. Learn More »

.69 CALIBER ROUND BALL CARTRIDGE

.69 CALIBER ROUND BALL CARTRIDGE

Paper cartridge in very good condition.  Single lead round ball and powder charge wrapped in tan cartridge paper. Tied above and below the ball with string. End is closed with regulation folds to… (490-1760) SOLD. Learn More »

.58 CALIBER WILLIAMS PATENT “CLEANER” CARTRIDGE – BLUE PAPER

.58 CALIBER WILLIAMS PATENT “CLEANER” CARTRIDGE – BLUE PAPER

This is an original cartridge containing a .58 caliber, Williams, Type III bullet.  Patented and manufactured by Elijah D. Williams.  Williams’ patent called for the use of zinc washers and a pin… (1000-1167) SOLD. Learn More »

C1860 TIN SNUFF / TOBACCO BOX

C1860 TIN SNUFF / TOBACCO BOX

Oval box meas. approx. 3 ¼ “ x 1.25”x 5/8”.  Minor light scattered spots of rust. Bottom with minor dent at center.  [ld] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER… (179-912) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

REMINGTON MODEL 1917 BAYONET WITH PARKERIZED FINISH

REMINGTON MODEL 1917 BAYONET WITH PARKERIZED FINISH

This World War One U.S. version of the British Pattern 1913 bayonet was used on the “American Enfield,” designated the US Model 1917 rifle, an adaptation of the British 1914 Pattern rifle that was… (1037-222) SOLD. Learn More »

CIVIL WAR REGULATION MODEL 1851 PATTERN U.S. OFFICER’S RECTANGULAR SWORD BELT PLATE

CIVIL WAR REGULATION MODEL 1851 PATTERN U.S. OFFICER’S RECTANGULAR SWORD BELT PLATE

This Federal rectangular eagle / wreath waist belt plate is a typical Model 1851 officer’s early war specimen. In very good overall condition, the slightly convex-shaped, solid, brass device… (M22319) SOLD. Learn More »

$225.00
Originally $275.00


SOLD

SPECIAL ORDERS NO. 44, CITY POINT, VA, MARCH 4, 1865

SPECIAL ORDERS NO. 44, CITY POINT, VA, MARCH 4, 1865

A printed order regarding payment to Confederate deserters for property brought in when they desert. An earlier order No. 3 is printed below giving details to the deserters. Terms given are very close… (1041-77) SOLD. Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

CONFEDERATE GENERAL ORDERS APPOINTING ROBERT E. LEE AS “GENERAL IN CHIEF OF THE ARMIES OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES,” AND DEPOSING BRAXTON BRAGG

CONFEDERATE GENERAL ORDERS APPOINTING ROBERT E. LEE AS “GENERAL IN CHIEF OF THE ARMIES OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES,” AND DEPOSING BRAXTON BRAGG

An original copy of General Orders No. 3, published by the C.S. Adjutant and Inspector General’s Office in Richmond on February 6, 1865. The order is in three parts, published for “the information… (1030-130) SOLD. Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD


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RARE CONFEDERATE SHARPS CARBINE CARTRIDGES WITH JEFFERSON DAVIS CONNECTION

Three Confederate Sharps paper cartridges, mounted in riker box [8.5 x 6.25”], with the accompanying note: “RARE CONFEDERATE PAPER CARTRIDGE [2 RINGS BULLETS]. These Were Suppose to have been Found in Pres. Jeff Davis Home After the War. From the… (696-42). Learn More »

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