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HENRY RIFLE SERIAL NUMBER 9220 IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

HENRY RIFLE SERIAL NUMBER 9220 IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

The Henry rifle needs no introduction to Civil War, western, or pretty much any arms collector or student of the American West. Oliver Winchester encouraged one potential dealer, “There will be no… (169-478). Learn More »

$29,500.00
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WINCHESTER MODEL 1866 CARBINE MADE IN 1872

WINCHESTER MODEL 1866 CARBINE MADE IN 1872

With its characteristic brass frame, the 1866 is perhaps the most attractive Winchester and, as Flayderman remarks, “the repeating rifle most deserving of the name, ‘The Gun that Won the… (169-480). Learn More »

WINCHESTER MODEL 1866 RIFLE MADE IN 1876

WINCHESTER MODEL 1866 RIFLE MADE IN 1876

Winchester made about 170,000 .44 caliber Model ‘66s in various configurations starting in 1866, when they overlapped with the last Henry rifles. Production ceased in 1884, but parts remained on… (169-479). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED WILDER’S LIGHTNING BRIGADE ATLANTA CAMPAIGN SPENCER CARBINE

IDENTIFIED WILDER’S LIGHTNING BRIGADE ATLANTA CAMPAIGN SPENCER CARBINE

Identified Spencers are scarce. Identified Spencers from real fighting units are rare. This is from one of the most famous: the 72nd Indiana of Wilder’s “Lightning Brigade.” The brigade gained… (1083-01). Learn More »

$8,500.00
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MAGNIFICENT AND HISTORIC CIVIL WAR PRESENTATION CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER, IDENTIFIED TO CAPTAIN WILLIAM H. POST, 72ND NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS; ONE OF TWO EXAMPLES KNOWN WITH THE OTHER BELONGING TO MAJ. GEN. JUDSON KILPATRICK

MAGNIFICENT AND HISTORIC CIVIL WAR PRESENTATION CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER, IDENTIFIED TO CAPTAIN WILLIAM H. POST, 72ND NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS; ONE OF TWO EXAMPLES KNOWN WITH THE OTHER BELONGING TO MAJ. GEN. JUDSON KILPATRICK

34" curved M1860 style blade mint with etched panels on both sides. The obverse panel features exquisitely hand engraved scroll / floral motifs flanking a beautiful spread wing eagle, while the… (1089-04). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED 95th PENNSYLVANIA FORAGE CAP - GOSLINE’S ZOUAVES

IDENTIFIED 95th PENNSYLVANIA FORAGE CAP - GOSLINE’S ZOUAVES

An identified cap from a fighting zouave regiment of the Army of the Potomac, belonging to Joseph M. Greeley, Co. D, 95th Pennsylvania. The regiment recruited in Philadelphia in the fall of 1861 under… (1089-03). Learn More »

$5,500.00
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RARE MEXICAN WAR INSCRIBED AMES ARTILLERY OFFICER’S SABER OF MAJOR ROBERT S. BUCHANAN, BREVET MAJOR U.S.A., MAJOR D.C. BATTALION OF VOLUNTEERS, LATER BREVET MAJOR GENERAL

RARE MEXICAN WAR INSCRIBED AMES ARTILLERY OFFICER’S SABER OF MAJOR ROBERT S. BUCHANAN, BREVET MAJOR U.S.A., MAJOR D.C. BATTALION OF VOLUNTEERS, LATER BREVET MAJOR GENERAL

John Thillmann noted that early “Type-1” model 1840 artillery officer’s sabers like this are, “nearly non-existant on the collector’s market.” This is not only a very good example of this… (870-96). Learn More »

$25,000.00
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REMARKABLY RARE 1840 PATTERN US ENGINEER OFFICER’S SWORD BY N.P. AMES, CUTLER, SPRINGFIELD, MASS.

REMARKABLY RARE 1840 PATTERN US ENGINEER OFFICER’S SWORD BY N.P. AMES, CUTLER, SPRINGFIELD, MASS.

The small and elite Corps of Engineers elicited top graduates from West Point. There were only 39 Engineer Officers at the time of this sword's manufacture. They performed a crucial role in the… (1082-03). Learn More »

$15,000.00
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CONFEDERATE INFANTRY OFFICER’S KEPI IN FANTASTIC CONDITION

CONFEDERATE INFANTRY OFFICER’S KEPI IN FANTASTIC CONDITION

This extremely rare item is in excellent museum quality condition and is one of the nicest pieces of Confederate headgear we have seen in quite some time. This cap is well made. The cloth is of a fine… (M26294). Learn More »

$17,500.00
Originally $22,500.00
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MAGNIFICENT SET OF SILVER GAMECOCK HEAD SPURS PRESENTED BY THE OFFICERS OF THE FIRST DELAWARE TO MAJOR GENERAL W.H. FRENCH

MAGNIFICENT SET OF SILVER GAMECOCK HEAD SPURS PRESENTED BY THE OFFICERS OF THE FIRST DELAWARE TO MAJOR GENERAL W.H. FRENCH

Unique in our experience, these impressive silver spurs are cast and chased in the form of a fighting rooster or gamecock. Intricately worked feathers spread back on the sidebars from the neck of each… (766-1029). Learn More »

$9,500.00
Originally $15,000.00

CS 3.67 INCH 6 LB. SPHERICAL SHELL RECOVERED ON CULPS HILL AND CONVERTED INTO AN OIL LAMP, FROM THE DANNER MUSEUM COLLECTION

CS 3.67 INCH 6 LB. SPHERICAL SHELL RECOVERED ON CULPS HILL AND CONVERTED INTO AN OIL LAMP, FROM THE DANNER MUSEUM COLLECTION

Among the most prized Civil War collectables are the artillery shells from the famed Danner Museum, which was located on Baltimore Street in Gettysburg.  This example is a Confederate 6-pound (3.67… (1078-01). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED 13th KENTUCKY CAVALRY CONFEDERATE CANTEEN

IDENTIFIED 13th KENTUCKY CAVALRY CONFEDERATE CANTEEN

A classic Confederate wood drum canteen that rode with John Hunt Morgan. We handled this canteen once years ago and are proud to offer it again. It came to us identified to a soldier named L. Waggoner… (M26503). Learn More »

VERY RARE SMITH & WESSON MODEL 320 REVOLVING RIFLE WITH AN ORIGINAL DETACHABLE SHOULDER STOCK

VERY RARE SMITH & WESSON MODEL 320 REVOLVING RIFLE WITH AN ORIGINAL DETACHABLE SHOULDER STOCK

The Smith & Wesson Model 320 manufactured between 1879 and 1887. Serial numbered to 977. This one is serial numbered “768” stamped on underside of the backstrap. This model was based heavily… (31-1597). Learn More »

$12,000.00
Originally $14,500.00

EXCELLENT WOSTENHOLM I*XL BOWIE KNIFE AND BELT SHEATH

EXCELLENT WOSTENHOLM I*XL BOWIE KNIFE AND BELT SHEATH

Wostenholm is a name intimately associated with knives of the American Bowie Knife era. They registered the “I*XL” trademark (obviously a play on “I Excel”) in 1831 and moved aggressively into… (30-2173). Learn More »

FANTASTIC FRAMED DRAWING OF THE BATTLE OF DRAINSVILLE DONE BY GETTYSBURG CARTOGRAPHER EMMOR B. COPE

FANTASTIC FRAMED DRAWING OF THE BATTLE OF DRAINSVILLE DONE BY GETTYSBURG CARTOGRAPHER EMMOR B. COPE

This wonderful and detailed drawing shows the meeting engagement on December 20, 1861 between a brigade of Pennsylvania Reserve regiments under Brig. Gen. E. O. C. Ord and a mixed Confederate force… (1054-2733). Learn More »

INSCRIBED LOW-NUMBER FLUTED COLT ARMY OF CONFEDERATE LT. JOHN ALLAN, ADJUTANT 6th VIRGINIA CAVALRY, KILLED IN ACTION AT GETTYSBURG

INSCRIBED LOW-NUMBER FLUTED COLT ARMY OF CONFEDERATE LT. JOHN ALLAN, ADJUTANT 6th VIRGINIA CAVALRY, KILLED IN ACTION AT GETTYSBURG

Until recently the battle at Fairfield was numbered among the “forgotten” cavalry engagements of Gettysburg, overshadowed by the clash on July 3 two miles east of the town behind the Union center.… (1000-440). Learn More »

C. 1843-1850 SNARE DRUM WITH “BARBOUR COUNTY VIRGINIA” AND AN AMERICAN EAGLE PAINTED ON THE SIDE!

C. 1843-1850 SNARE DRUM WITH “BARBOUR COUNTY VIRGINIA” AND AN AMERICAN EAGLE PAINTED ON THE SIDE!

Drum is a superb untouched attic condition drum. It measures 17 ¾” x 20” dia. The body is painted red with county and state in approx. 1” high letters around the premium hole. The percussion… (M25668). Learn More »

$7,500.00
Originally $11,500.00

SCARCE CIVIL WAR 24-POUNDER IRON FLANK HOWITZER MANUFACTURED BY CYRUS ALGER IN 1863!

SCARCE CIVIL WAR 24-POUNDER IRON FLANK HOWITZER MANUFACTURED BY CYRUS ALGER IN 1863!

This 24-pounder iron Flank Howitzer is one of 50 made during the American Civil War by Cyrus Alger, an arms manufacturer and inventor located in Boston. Markings are visible; “No. 1486”, the… (766-911). Learn More »

$17,500.00
Originally $22,500.00
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ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR RECRUITING BROADSIDE – “MOUNTED RIFLE RANGERS”

ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR RECRUITING BROADSIDE – “MOUNTED RIFLE RANGERS”

This totally original, visually stunning Civil War recruiting broadside represents the pinnacle of the genre. The wonderful woodcut at the broadside’s center depicts a cavalryman atop his mount,… (565-154). Learn More »

$4,950.00
Originally $5,495.00

CLOSE HELMET FOR A CUIRASSIER CA. 1615-1620

CLOSE HELMET FOR A CUIRASSIER CA. 1615-1620

A nice example of the close helmet worn by cuirassiers to about 1650. Armored cavalry had discarded the lance as their principle weapon in the 1500s and come to rely upon a pair of long-barreled… (766-926). Learn More »


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CIRCA 1820-25 ENGLISH KEYED BUGLE

Doubtless one of the finest examples extant. The piece was professionally restored a number of years ago and remains in pristine, almost new condition. Measures 20” overall, with a copper body with brass trim including 1 3/8” floating rim. All… (801-01). Learn More »