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MODEL 1862 COLT POCKET POLICE REVOLVER

MODEL 1862 COLT POCKET POLICE REVOLVER

This .36 Pocket Police revolver has a barrel length of 4.50 inches, a five shot fluted cylinder and a matching serial number of 29948 placing its production in early 1865. It has a strong barrel stamp… (740-04) Learn More »

MODEL 1863 U.S. PERCUSSION RIFLE – MUSKET TYPE I

MODEL 1863 U.S. PERCUSSION RIFLE – MUSKET TYPE I

Cal. 58 “Springfield” produced by Springfield Armory. Model 1863 Type one muskets are easily identified by the lack of barrel band retaining springs. The lock surface has a bright polished look.… (172-3128) Learn More »

M1861 ‘WHITNEY-PLYMOUTH’ PERCUSSION US NAVY RIFLE

M1861 ‘WHITNEY-PLYMOUTH’ PERCUSSION US NAVY RIFLE

Produced at the Whitney Armory near New Haven, Connecticut in the middle of the Civil War, this original, fine condition naval long arm is often referred to as the “Plymouth Rifle”, the… (169-466) Learn More »

IDENTIFIED CIVIL WAR THREE-SCREW COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER

IDENTIFIED CIVIL WAR THREE-SCREW COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER

This cap and ball percussion sidearm is an identified Civil War Colt Model 1860 Army revolver that is fine original condition. Sidearm is identified to Private Edward Norton by serial numbers in the… (154-525) 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… (169-451) Learn More »

RARE, EXCAVATED, CONFEDERATE 3” ARCHER BOLT

RARE, EXCAVATED, CONFEDERATE 3” ARCHER BOLT

Here is an excavated, seldom-seen Civil War Confederate 3” field artillery projectile commonly referred to as an Archer Bolt. The design was likely produced by Dr. Robert Archer a partner of Joseph… (R19321) Learn More »

1905 GAR BADGE- DENVER

1905 GAR BADGE- DENVER

The top of this badge has a cast copper or bronze bar in the shape of crossed US flags with GAR at top center and a GAR star at center bottom.  Reverse still has the original pin. The drop consists… (M23532) Learn More »

ORIGINAL, CIVIL WAR .44 CAL. BALLARD CARBINE

ORIGINAL, CIVIL WAR .44 CAL. BALLARD CARBINE

The Ballard  is a single-shot, breech loading firearm used late during the Civil War. The .44 caliber, percussion carbine was invented and patented by Charles H. Ballard of Worcester, Mass in… (696-49) Learn More »

MODEL 1841 TRYON PERCUSSION RIFLE

MODEL 1841 TRYON PERCUSSION RIFLE

Presented here is a specimen of one of those “Good and Serviceable Arms” produced for the U.S. Ordnance Department by the contract firm of George W. Tryon of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Often… (169-454) Learn More »

SMITH AND WESSON MODEL NO 1 SECOND ISSUE REVOLVER IDENTIFIED TO “JNO McADAMS”

SMITH AND WESSON MODEL NO 1 SECOND ISSUE REVOLVER IDENTIFIED TO “JNO McADAMS”

Smith and Wesson produced about 117,000 revolvers between 1860 and 1868. The revolver is a 22 short rimfire caliber. The blued cylinder is a seven shot with a 3 3/16 inch blued octagon barrel. The… (740-143) Learn More »

MEMORIAL AND DISCHARGE FOR 166TH PENNSYLVANIA SOLDIER

MEMORIAL AND DISCHARGE FOR 166TH PENNSYLVANIA SOLDIER

This small group consists of a framed Soldier’s Memorial, an eagle masthead discharge and marriage certificate for Joshua Baumgardner of Company B, 166th Pennsylvania Infantry. The framed memorial… (L14491) Learn More »

MODEL 1896 SPRINGFIELD KRAG RIFLE WITH BAYONET

MODEL 1896 SPRINGFIELD KRAG RIFLE WITH BAYONET

The 1896 Model Krag was manufactured by the Springfield Armory from 1896 through 1898. Approximately 62,000 were manufactured. Krag’s are all 30-40 caliber center fire. They are bolt action rifles… (G3134) Learn More »

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MODEL 1896 SPRINGFIELD KRAIG RIFLE

MODEL 1896 SPRINGFIELD KRAIG RIFLE

The 1896 Model Kraig was manufactured by the Springfield Armory from 1896 through 1898. Approximately 62,000 were manufactured. Kraig’s are all 30-40 caliber center fire. They are bolt action rifles… (740-414) Learn More »

1900 GAR BADGE MADE OF CAPTURED CANNON

1900 GAR BADGE MADE OF CAPTURED CANNON

This two piece cast bronze badge has a wide scroll at top. Written on the scroll is: ON THE RECORD OF FOUR YEARS ABRAHAM LINCOLN’S NAME APPEARS GRANT AND LOGAN AND OUR TEARS ILLINOIS… (M23533) Learn More »

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1ST MODEL 1862 JOSLYN CARBINE IDENTIFIED TO TWO NEW YORK CAVALRYMEN

1ST MODEL 1862 JOSLYN CARBINE IDENTIFIED TO TWO NEW YORK CAVALRYMEN

This Joslyn carbine Model 1862, often referred to as the First Model, was assigned to two members of the New York 19th Cavalry. Carbine shows factory serial # 711, in addition to serial # 389, and was… (172-3268) Learn More »

ORIGINAL M1816 ‘WICKHAM’ UNALTERED FLINTLOCK MUSKET

ORIGINAL M1816 ‘WICKHAM’ UNALTERED FLINTLOCK MUSKET

Longarm specimen is an original M1816, undated musket made by Marine T. Wickham of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 1813, Wickham was a government inspector of arms at a U.S. arsenal, and later was… (G3195) Learn More »

ALTERED U.S. M1841 WHITNEY PERCUSSION COLT CONTRACT RIFLE

ALTERED U.S. M1841 WHITNEY PERCUSSION COLT CONTRACT RIFLE

Presented is a contract rifle specimen of one of those “Good and Serviceable Arms” produced by the Eli Whitney company of New Haven, Connecticut, commonly known as the “Mississippi Rifle.”… (169-453) Learn More »

BEYOND THE BATTLEFIELD – STORIES FROM GETTYSBURG’S RICH HISTORY

BEYOND THE BATTLEFIELD – STORIES FROM GETTYSBURG’S RICH HISTORY

Written by James Rada.  Legacy Publishing, 2014.  Softcover, 210 pp.  with b&w photos. Signed by the author. Home to a U.S. president, Hall of Fame pitcher and a classic automobile inventor,… (733-04) Learn More »

US MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY REVOLVER

US MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY REVOLVER

The most widely used sidearm of the Civil War, the 1860 Colt Army is a .44 caliber, 6 shot cylinder with an 8 inch round barrel and an attached loading lever. Serial numbers began at number 1 and… (30-1773) Learn More »

IDENTIFIED WORLD WAR TWO USMC UNIFORM GROUP

IDENTIFIED WORLD WAR TWO USMC UNIFORM GROUP

The items in this group belonged to Sergeant Samuel P. Gurley who served with Headquarters Squadron, 31st MAG (Marine Aircraft Group) in World War Two. The first item in the group is Sergeant… (172-3037) Learn More »


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