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N. P. AMES NAVY PERCUSSION PISTOL, M1843, DATED 1844

N. P. AMES NAVY PERCUSSION PISTOL, M1843, DATED 1844

This pistol was the first percussion pistol ever made and contracted with the U. S. government. Adopted by the U. S. Navy, the Model 1843 was produced under contract by the N. P. Ames Company of… (814-16) Learn More »

69TH REGIMENT NEW YORK STATE MILITIA, COMPANY K (IRISH ZOUAVES) 1861 – DON TROIANI

69TH REGIMENT NEW YORK STATE MILITIA, COMPANY K (IRISH ZOUAVES) 1861 – DON TROIANI

#5 in Civil War Regimental Series. Number 77/750. Copyright 1988. Overall measures 15” x 20 1/8”.  Excellent condition; unframed. Accompanied by Certificate of Authenticity from the artist.… (P13419) Learn More »

RICHMOND ‘LOW HUMP’ TYPE-3 RIFLE-MUSKET DATED 1863

RICHMOND ‘LOW HUMP’ TYPE-3 RIFLE-MUSKET DATED 1863

This Richmond Armory longarm, often referred to as a Confederate ‘Low Hump’ rifle musket, is a complete and authentic example of the Type-3 Richmond musket. The ‘low hump’ characteristic… (173-2187) Learn More »

FINE EXAMPLE OF AN 1863 DATED ‘MOORE’ ENFIELD PATTERN RIFLE MUSKET

FINE EXAMPLE OF AN 1863 DATED ‘MOORE’ ENFIELD PATTERN RIFLE MUSKET

This specimen is a scarce and desirable Civil War era rifle musket made by the J. P Moore & Sons Company of New York City. Moore was known to be a sub-contractor for the Colt Firearms in… (172-3599) Learn More »

‘TOWER-MARKED’ BRITISH PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD PERCUSSION MUSKET

‘TOWER-MARKED’ BRITISH PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD PERCUSSION MUSKET

This original British longarm is a .577 caliber, Enfield Pattern 1853 Type 1 rifle-musket, single-shot muzzleloader in wonderful condition. Of all the British arms, the Pattern 1853 rifle-musket is… (172-3594) Learn More »

COLT M1855 SIDE-HAMMER REVOLVER, MODEL 3

COLT M1855 SIDE-HAMMER REVOLVER, MODEL 3

Serial Number “22458” [1860]. .28 Caliber, 5 shot, single action, percussion revolver, with a 3.5” barrel. Maker barrel mark: “Colt’s PT [Patent] Address Col. Colt / 1855 Hartford CT USA”.… (172-3663) Learn More »

M1816 HARPERS FERRY MUSKET ALTERED TO PERCUSSION

M1816 HARPERS FERRY MUSKET ALTERED TO PERCUSSION

This Model 1816 Harpers Ferry .69 caliber smoothbore musket was altered from flintlock to percussion with a ‘cone-in’ conversion. In good condition, the single-shot musket has had all its gunmetal… (173-2190) Learn More »

BERKS COUNTY, PA BOUNTY CERTIFICATE - PVT. JOHN ROY H. THOMAS, 45TH US COLORED TROOPS

BERKS COUNTY, PA BOUNTY CERTIFICATE - PVT. JOHN ROY H. THOMAS, 45TH US COLORED TROOPS

Dated Provost Marshal’s Office, 14th District, Harrisburg, PA, August 12, 1864.  Pre-printed form. 2pp., noting  the enlistment of “John Henry Thomas ‘Colonel” “for the period of one (1)… (565-96) Learn More »

$110.00
Originally $125.00

M1816 SPRINGFIELD FLINTLOCK RECONVERSION MUSKET DATED 1838

M1816 SPRINGFIELD FLINTLOCK RECONVERSION MUSKET DATED 1838

A fine specimen of a M1816 musket dated 1838 and produced by the Springfield Armory at Springfield, Massachusetts. This original, 69 caliber flintlock longarm was once converted to percussion, and… (173-2189) Learn More »

E. WHITNEY MODEL 1841 U.S. PERCUSSION RIFLE

E. WHITNEY MODEL 1841 U.S. PERCUSSION RIFLE

Often referred to as the ‘Mississippi Rifle’ this shoulder arm is a U.S. percussion rifle, Model 1841 made by the Eli Whitney firm in New Haven, Connecticut. This single-shot, muzzleloader… (173-2191) Learn More »

GEM SIZED TINTYPE OF THREE TIME WOUNDED 4TH VERMONT CORPORAL

GEM SIZED TINTYPE OF THREE TIME WOUNDED 4TH VERMONT CORPORAL

This gem sized tintype comes in a CDV size paper frame. The image shows Corporal John R. Ives (incorrectly spelled Ivers in some records) wearing a dark frock coat with Corporal chevrons and a 6th… (P13500) Learn More »

BLOOD STOCK RACE HORSE BROADSIDE

BLOOD STOCK RACE HORSE BROADSIDE

This rare broadside poster from the New Jersey Blood Stock Association measures 27 inches by 20 inches. It advertises horses for sale. It has significant tears, folds and wrinkles. The header of the… (565-105) Learn More »

$420.00
Originally $470.00

ROBBINS, KENDALL & LAWRENCE-CONTRACT MODEL 1841 U.S. PERCUSSION RIFLE

ROBBINS, KENDALL & LAWRENCE-CONTRACT MODEL 1841 U.S. PERCUSSION RIFLE

Presented is a rifle specimen produced by the Robbins, Kendall & Lawrence firm, the first of many successful arms-making companies located in Windsor, Vermont. Often referred to as the… (172-3593) Learn More »

GAR DEPARTMENT COMMANDER’S SWORD ID’D TO FORMER DRUMMER BOY IN 10TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

GAR DEPARTMENT COMMANDER’S SWORD ID’D TO FORMER DRUMMER BOY IN 10TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

This high quality GAR sword is in the pattern of the Model 1860 Field and Staff Officer’s sword. It is identified to former Musician Myron P. Walker of the 10th Massachusetts Infantry. He carried… (172-3585) Learn More »

ROBBINS & LAWRENCE CONTRACT M1841 U.S. PERCUSSION ‘MISSISSIPPI’ RIFLE

ROBBINS & LAWRENCE CONTRACT M1841 U.S. PERCUSSION ‘MISSISSIPPI’ RIFLE

Among the many variations made of the Model 1841 US percussion rifle, this shoulder arm was produced under government contract by the firm of Robbins & Lawrence of Windsor, Vermont. One of 15,000… (460-1449) Learn More »

BOX OF RELICS RECOVERED FROM PICKETT’S CHARGE

BOX OF RELICS RECOVERED FROM PICKETT’S CHARGE

Relics were recovered on Pickett’s Charge field by John Cullison, a local Gettysburg resident, who excavated relics on the field from 1935-1959. Cullison sold his collection to the famed Gettysburg… (173-2179) Learn More »

BOX OF RELICS RECOVERED FROM PICKETT’S CHARGE

BOX OF RELICS RECOVERED FROM PICKETT’S CHARGE

Relics were recovered on Pickett’s Charge field by John Cullison, a local Gettysburg resident, who excavated relics on the field from 1935-1959. Cullison sold his collection to the famed Gettysburg… (173-2173) Learn More »

PRESCOTT POCKET REVOLVER ID’D TO MURDERED MARYLAND OFFICER

PRESCOTT POCKET REVOLVER ID’D TO MURDERED MARYLAND OFFICER

This .32 rimfire pocket revolver was made by E. A. Prescott from about 1862-1867. This is what is known as the short frame style with a 3.25 inch octagon barrel stamped in two lines on the top “E.… (750-01) Learn More »

$5,000.00
Originally $6,500.00

IMPORT NON-REGULATION FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO TWICE WOUNDED 6TH WISCONSIN & 12TH NEW HAMPSHIRE OFFICER WHO ALSO SAW SERVICE IN THE MEXICAN WAR AS AN ENLISTED MAN

IMPORT NON-REGULATION FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO TWICE WOUNDED 6TH WISCONSIN & 12TH NEW HAMPSHIRE OFFICER WHO ALSO SAW SERVICE IN THE MEXICAN WAR AS AN ENLISTED MAN

This sword is identified to Colonel John F. Marsh who served as a Lieutenant and Captain in the 6th Wisconsin of the famous “Iron Brigade” and then became Lieutenant Colonel of the 12th New… (172-3587) Learn More »

U.S. MODEL COLT 1860 ARMY REVOLVER WITH POSSIBLE C.S. USE

U.S. MODEL COLT 1860 ARMY REVOLVER WITH POSSIBLE C.S. USE

This cap and ball percussion sidearm is a Civil War Colt Model 1860 Army revolver in good overall condition. These weapons were in production from 1860 through 1873 and were the successor to the Colt… (173-2188) Learn More »


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