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REMINGTON MODEL 1867 NAVY ROLLING BLOCK PISTOL

REMINGTON MODEL 1867 NAVY ROLLING BLOCK PISTOL

Made C. early 1870’s. Single shot .50 cal. centerfire pistol. 7” round barrel with “I./H.E.” at breech above an anchor. Frame with 50% blued finish remaining; barrel with gray finish and no… (G3353) Learn More »

REMINGTON MODEL 1871 ARMY ROLLING BLOCK PISTOL

REMINGTON MODEL 1871 ARMY ROLLING BLOCK PISTOL

Made c. 1872-88. Total quantity made 6000+. .50 cal. centerfire single shot pistol. 8” round barrel. Walnut grip with nice inspector’s cartouche “CRS” inside single line frame. Walnut… (G3354) Learn More »

BLACK SILK MANTLE C. 1855-1865

BLACK SILK MANTLE C. 1855-1865

A classic outer garment from the mid-19th century. Lightweight black silk taffeta lined in brown glazed cotton.  Shaping achieved with curved seams over the shoulders; the seams have very tiny piping… (742-83) Learn More »

‘WHITNEYVILLE’ CONTRACT MODEL 1861 .58 CALIBER MUSKET DATED 1863

‘WHITNEYVILLE’ CONTRACT MODEL 1861 .58 CALIBER MUSKET DATED 1863

M1861, .58 caliber, three band percussion musket. Lock-plate dated “U.S./Whitneyville” & “1863”. Barrel & butt markings: “1863/VP eagle” and “US”, plus two left wrist inspector… (302-43) Learn More »

IDENTIFIED, 5TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

IDENTIFIED, 5TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

Here is an original, identified, Civil War ‘Burnside’ 5th Model cavalry carbine specimen in excellent condition. Via NARA company ordnance records provided, this carbine was issued to Private… (154-527) Learn More »

CIVIL WAR NEW MODEL 1863 SHARPS CARBINE

CIVIL WAR NEW MODEL 1863 SHARPS CARBINE

This single-shot, percussion shortarm used during the Civil War is an original Sharps New Model 1863 carbine, a .52 caliber, breech loading specimen. It was invented and patented by Hartford,… (173-2185) Learn More »

US MODEL 1851 COLT NAVY REVOLVER

US MODEL 1851 COLT NAVY REVOLVER

Serial Number “87208”, which dates the piece to 1858. All numbers matching, all parts original, exhibiting standard characteristics. Seven and a half inch, .36 caliber  octagonal barrel. Walnut… (172-3503) Learn More »

CIVIL WAR SECOND MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION

CIVIL WAR SECOND MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION

Regarded as one of the most accurate of all the cavalry arms used during the War is the Maynard carbine. This metallic cartridge, breech-loading 2nd Model Maynard carbine was the invention of Doctor… (218-449) Learn More »

$2,995.00
Originally $3,350.00

MODEL 1865 SPENCER CARBINE WITH THE STABLER CUTOFF

MODEL 1865 SPENCER CARBINE WITH THE STABLER CUTOFF

Presented is an excellent example of a M1865 Spencer Repeating carbine, a.k.a. the Contract Model 1865 Spencer. Designed almost identical to the Civil War Model 1860 repeating carbine, this carbine… (218-443) Learn More »

$3,550.00
Originally $3,650.00

US MODEL 1842 SPRINGFIELD RIFLED MUSKET

US MODEL 1842 SPRINGFIELD RIFLED MUSKET

This is the first regulation model of a musket made in the percussion ignition system at the national armories. The Springfield Armory produced 172,000 of these muskets between 1844 and 1855. It is a… (218-434) Learn More »

$3,295.00
Originally $3,495.00

STILL LOADED COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER ID TO SOLDIER IN 1ST IOWA CAVALRY

STILL LOADED COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER ID TO SOLDIER IN 1ST IOWA CAVALRY

This relic model 1851 Colt Navy is serial number 70247 and was made early to mid-1857. The weapon is complete except for the upper part of the grip frame and wood grips. Serial number is visible and… (G3329) Learn More »

BOX OF RELICS RECOVERED FROM PICKETT’S CHARGE

BOX OF RELICS RECOVERED FROM PICKETT’S CHARGE

The 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… (173-2164) 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… (173-2181) Learn More »

P. S. JUSTICE CONTRACT RIFLED MUSKET

P. S. JUSTICE CONTRACT RIFLED MUSKET

This original Civil War artifact is a .69 caliber percussion rifled musket manufactured in 1861 by the Philadelphia firm of P. S. Justice. In very good overall condition, this longarm is one of almost… (218-366) Learn More »

$1,995.00
Originally $2,195.00

1862 NEW TESTAMENT IDENTIFIED TO PRIVATE THOMAS A. FRENCH OF THE BALTIMORE LIGHT ARTILLERY

1862 NEW TESTAMENT IDENTIFIED TO PRIVATE THOMAS A. FRENCH OF THE BALTIMORE LIGHT ARTILLERY

Pvt. French enlisted on August 1, 1862 as a Private. He served the entire war, mustering out on June 17, 1865. In the summer of 1862 Capt. Frederick W. Alexander organized a battery at Baltimore under… (B4878) Learn More »

FINE, ORIGINAL M1860 SPENCER RIFLE IDENTIFIED TO EDWARD P. THOMPSON, 5TH INDEPENDENT COMPANY, 1st OHIO SHARPSHOOTERS

FINE, ORIGINAL M1860 SPENCER RIFLE IDENTIFIED TO EDWARD P. THOMPSON, 5TH INDEPENDENT COMPANY, 1st OHIO SHARPSHOOTERS

This identified, original Civil War longarm is a M1860 Spencer repeating rifle. Identification of the soldier is via serial number from the unit’s ordnance records.  Longarm was used by Corporal… (G3337) Learn More »

SAGE GREEN MANTLE C.1860-1870

SAGE GREEN MANTLE C.1860-1870

Lightweight but very warm, this hand-sewn knee-length mantle is styled with a round neckline and curved lower edge. Trimming gives the illusion of a second layer over the shoulders and upper back, but… (742-44) Learn More »

COLLECTION OF RELICS FROM GETTYSBURG RETREAT LINES!

COLLECTION OF RELICS FROM GETTYSBURG RETREAT LINES!

Found in March 2005 in an area which was a Confederate Hospital site near Seven Stars (approx. 4 miles west of Gettysburg). Includes an oval US buckle with oval stud pattern hooks on reverse side (one… (R20513) Learn More »

MINTY REMINGTON M1863 PERCUSSION ‘ZOUAVE’ RIFLE

MINTY REMINGTON M1863 PERCUSSION ‘ZOUAVE’ RIFLE

Presented in mint condition is this Model 1863 “Zouave” rifle made by the Remington arms firm of Ilion, New York between 1862 and 1865. 12,500 of these .58 caliber, single shot percussion… (218-456) Learn More »

ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

A fine, early example of the Spencer 1st Model seven-shot carbine that was invented and patented by Manchester, Connecticut native Christopher M. Spencer. During the war, over 95,000 Spencer carbines… (218-455) Learn More »


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