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SHARPS BREECH-LOADING 4-SHOT PEPPERBOX PISTOL

SHARPS BREECH-LOADING 4-SHOT PEPPERBOX PISTOL

Made by C. Sharps & Co., c. 1859-74. .22 cal. Model 1C. Serial# 13827. Complete all original. Rosewood grips. Barrel release on underside of frame allows 4 barrels to slide forward. Approx. 50% of… (516-39) Learn More »

CIVIL WAR M1860 SPENCER REPEATING ARMY RIFLE

CIVIL WAR M1860 SPENCER REPEATING ARMY RIFLE

This famous longarm is a Civil War Model 1860 Spencer Repeating rifle in very good original condition. Initial army contracts with the Spencer Company of Boston, Massachusetts called for 10,000… (G3600) Learn More »

SHARPS CARBINE IDENTIFIED TO PRIVATE JOHN KILLIAN OF CO. A, 1ST POTOMAC HOME BRIGADE, MARYLAND CAVALRY

SHARPS CARBINE IDENTIFIED TO PRIVATE JOHN KILLIAN OF CO. A, 1ST POTOMAC HOME BRIGADE, MARYLAND CAVALRY

Pvt. Killian enlisted July 26, 1863 at the age of 43 in Frederick, MD. He is listed as present with his unit until his discharge at Harper’s Ferry, VA on June 21, 1865. We do not know anything else… (G3513) Learn More »

REMINGTON NEW MODEL ARMY REVOLVER

REMINGTON NEW MODEL ARMY REVOLVER

Serial number 54265. Made c. 1863-75, total quantity made approx. 122,000. One of the most widely carried side arms in the Civil War. .44 cal. Six shot round cylinder. 8” octagonal barrel. Walnut… (516-38) Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 3.67 INCH SIX POUND SPHERICAL SHOT RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG, FROM LOCAL GAR POST #9, SKELLY POST COLLECTION

CONFEDERATE 3.67 INCH SIX POUND SPHERICAL SHOT RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG, FROM LOCAL GAR POST #9, SKELLY POST COLLECTION

This original Confederate six pound spherical shot was once part of the local Skelly Post Collection, housed in the GAR building on Middle Street in Gettysburg. In the late 1980’s a number of… (286-257) Learn More »

COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER

COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER

Serial number 89757. All matching, places production in mid-1854. .31 caliber 5-shot cylinder. Octagonal barrel, length 5”. One piece walnut grips in excellent plus condition with nearly 100%… (516-44) Learn More »

GALLAGER CARBINE STANDARD MODEL

GALLAGER CARBINE STANDARD MODEL

Cal. .50 percussion. Serial number 8531. Lock surface has a grey look with faint case color and mottling evident. Some pepper visible forward of hammer. Marked “Gallager’s Patent / July 17th… (889-60) Learn More »

COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER

COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER

All matching serial number, 136174, places production in early 1863. Civilian model. .36 cal. 6-shot cylinder. 7 ½” octagonal barrel with attached loading lever. Trigger guard and backstrap with… (516-40) Learn More »

STARR ARMS CO. SINGLE-ACTION 1863 ARMY REVOLVER

STARR ARMS CO. SINGLE-ACTION 1863 ARMY REVOLVER

Made c. 1863-65; total quantity about 32,000. .44 caliber six shot round cylinder. Eight inch round barrel. Walnut grip with a faint inspector’s cartouche on each side. Serial number 39328. Superb… (516-49) Learn More »

ORIGINAL 5TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE

ORIGINAL 5TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE

Here is an original Civil War Burnside 5th Model carbine produced by the Burnside Rifle Co of Providence, Rhode Island. This cavalry model .54 caliber, single-shot, percussion breech-loading carbine… (882-01) Learn More »

5TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE IDENTIFIED TO THE 25TH NEW YORK CAVALRY

5TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE IDENTIFIED TO THE 25TH NEW YORK CAVALRY

Here is an original Civil War ‘Burnside’ 5th Model cavalry carbine in good original condition. Produced by the Burnside Rifle Co of Providence, Rhode Island, this .54 caliber, single-shot,… (G3521) Learn More »

ORIGINAL SMITH CARBINE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION BY AMERICAN MACHINE WORKS

ORIGINAL SMITH CARBINE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION BY AMERICAN MACHINE WORKS

Invented and patented by a medical physician named Gilbert Smith of Buttermilk Falls, New York in late 1855, here is an original Civil War Smith carbine in very fine condition used by Union forces… (637-162) Learn More »

NICE COLT 1851 NAVY REVOLVER

NICE COLT 1851 NAVY REVOLVER

One of the most popular pistols ever produced by Samuel Colt’s firm in Hartford, Connecticut was the 1851 Navy model considered at the time as a premier medium caliber handgun. As a six-shot, .36… (801-130) Learn More »

1869 ALS GEN. DANIEL E. SICKLES

1869 ALS GEN. DANIEL E. SICKLES

Signed by General Daniel Sickles of Gettysburg fame. Daniel Edgar Sickles (October 20, 1819 – May 3, 1914) was an American politician, soldier, and diplomat. Born to a wealthy family in New York… (526-16) Learn More »

US MODEL 1855 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE-MUSKET DATED 1859

US MODEL 1855 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE-MUSKET DATED 1859

Choice, original Model 1855 Rifle-Musket was manufactured at the Springfield Armory in 1859 with the only alteration noted being the addition of a Model 1861 leaf rear sight, which was probably added… (G3599) Learn More »

GAR SWORD

GAR SWORD

This GAR sword is in the patterned after the Model 1860 Field and Staff Officer’s sword and is in worn but good condition. The blade is double edged. Both edges have several small nicks. The obverse… (696-50) Learn More »

MINT CONDITION PATTERN 1853 BRITISH “VOLUNTEER RIFLE”

MINT CONDITION PATTERN 1853 BRITISH “VOLUNTEER RIFLE”

This is an excellent example of a high quality "Volunteer" Pattern 53 Rifle-Musket manufactured by London Armory. Blued barrel, casehardened lock, hammer and a high grade checkered Italian walnut… (174-01) Learn More »

BURNSIDE CARBINE IDENTIFIED TO PRIVATE PETER SCHUMAKER OF COMPANY K AND D, 4TH WISCONSIN CAVALRY

BURNSIDE CARBINE IDENTIFIED TO PRIVATE PETER SCHUMAKER OF COMPANY K AND D, 4TH WISCONSIN CAVALRY

Outstanding condition example of the 5th Model Burnside Carbine. A single shot breechloading .54 caliber weapon made by The Burnside Rifle Co., Providence, RI. Exhibits outstanding case colors on the… (516-59) Learn More »

ROBBINS & LAWRENCE CONTRACT M1841 ‘MISSISSIPPI’ RIFLE ID’D TO 51ST MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

ROBBINS & LAWRENCE CONTRACT M1841 ‘MISSISSIPPI’ RIFLE ID’D TO 51ST MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

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… (218-470) Learn More »

$3,795.00
Originally $3,995.00

MODEL 1849 POCKET COLT MADE IN EARLY 1854

MODEL 1849 POCKET COLT MADE IN EARLY 1854

This pocket Colt has a serial number of 88475 that matches throughout including the wedge pin. The octagonal barrel is 4.00 inches long and retains approx. 60% of the original bluing. The barrel has a… (218-459) Learn More »

$1,450.00
Originally $1,550.00


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5TH NEW YORK ARTILLERY REGIMENTAL FLAG - CIRCA 1840

The 5th New York Artillery Regimental Flag, reconstructed. Present are the original embroidered elements of the flag, including the Seal of the State of New York which includes the images of Liberty and Justice along with the American eagle spreading… (344-1698). Learn More »

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