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MEN’S DRESS SATIN WAIST COAT, CIRCA 1860’S

MEN’S DRESS SATIN WAIST COAT, CIRCA 1860’S

A well-made civilian, mid-century waistcoat comprised of a two panel breast front in a black satin material. This version has the “Notched Shawled Collar” with seven hand worked corded buttons… (742-09) Learn More »

ORIGINAL HARPERS FERRY CHARLEVILLE PATTERN TYPE III FLINTLOCK MUSKET IDENTIFIED TO THE 52ND VIRGINIA INFANTRY REGIMENT

ORIGINAL HARPERS FERRY CHARLEVILLE PATTERN TYPE III FLINTLOCK MUSKET IDENTIFIED TO THE 52ND VIRGINIA INFANTRY REGIMENT

Specimen is an original Charleville Pattern unaltered flintlock musket made at the Harpers Ferry Arsenal in Virginia. Likely produced for a state militia, this flintlock longarm was never converted to… (401-15) Learn More »

WAR DATE CLIPPED SIGNATURE MAJ. GEN. GEORGE SYKES

WAR DATE CLIPPED SIGNATURE MAJ. GEN. GEORGE SYKES

Clipped section of a document measuring 3 ¼” x 2 ¾”.  Excellent condition; dark handwriting is fully legible.  “Head Quarters 2nd Div 5th Corps / May 20th 1863 / Appd _______ ___  / Geo… (L14595) Learn More »

SIGNATURE – BRIG. GEN. ROMEYN B. AYRES

SIGNATURE – BRIG. GEN. ROMEYN B. AYRES

Ink signature on small card measuring 3 ½” x 1 3/8”. “R B Ayres / Brig Genl”. Very fine conditioning; age yellowing to card, particularly at edges. Otherwise clean and fully legible. Romeyn… (L14598) Learn More »

ORIGINAL UNMARKED PERCUSSION SHORTARM (CARBINE)

ORIGINAL UNMARKED PERCUSSION SHORTARM (CARBINE)

This small shortarm is a single-shot, .52 caliber, muzzle loading, smoothbore firearm used during the mid-nineteenth century. Produced by an unknown maker, the carbine-like weapon bears no markings… (172-3357) Learn More »

MODEL 1873 ‘TRAPDOOR’ U.S. SPRINGFIELD RIFLE

MODEL 1873 ‘TRAPDOOR’ U.S. SPRINGFIELD RIFLE

Produced by the Springfield Armory, this .45-70 caliber, centerfire, cartridge weapon, serial number #250079. All iron surfaces have a flat dull gray patina with no bluing or color casehardening. Does… (172-3366) Learn More »

RARE, M1881 U.S. ‘TRAPDOOR’ A.K.A. ‘FORAGER’ SHOTGUN

RARE, M1881 U.S. ‘TRAPDOOR’ A.K.A. ‘FORAGER’ SHOTGUN

Produced by the Springfield Armory circa 1881-1885, this centerfire, 20 gauge shotgun, serial number 1183, is one of only 1,376 such pieces produced. Most iron surfaces wear a flat dark plum patina… (172-3351) Learn More »

SHARPS CARBINE CONVERSION FOR THE METALLIC CARTRIDGE

SHARPS CARBINE CONVERSION FOR THE METALLIC CARTRIDGE

Presented here is a Sharps carbine factory-alteration specimen designed to use a centerfire, metallic, self-contained cartridge. This carbine most likely was part of the October 26, 1867 contract to… (172-3359) Learn More »

COLT MODEL 1861 ‘SPECIAL’ MUSKET, DATED 1863

COLT MODEL 1861 ‘SPECIAL’ MUSKET, DATED 1863

This Civil War shoulder arm is an original Colt Model 1861 ‘Special’ musket made under government contract from 1861 to 1865 by the Colt Manufacturing Co. of Hartford, Connecticut. Though no… (172-3350) Learn More »

U.S. M1873 PATTERN ‘TRAPDOOR’ CARBINE

U.S. M1873 PATTERN ‘TRAPDOOR’ CARBINE

Produced by the Springfield Armory, the Model 1873 ‘Trapdoor’, .45-70 caliber, breechloading, centerfire carbine is one of over 230,000 of all types of rifles and carbines made from 1868 through… (172-3358) Learn More »

EXTREMELY RARE SHARPS M1855 ‘SLANT BREECH’ U.S. CARBINE

EXTREMELY RARE SHARPS M1855 ‘SLANT BREECH’ U.S. CARBINE

Presented here is a super rare, excellent specimen of the Sharps ‘Slant Breech’ Model 1855 U.S. carbine altered for the Maynard tape ignition system. This Model 1855 carbine variation is seldom… (172-3356) Learn More »

CIVIL WAR JOSLYN MODEL 1864 CARBINE IN GOOD CONDITION

CIVIL WAR JOSLYN MODEL 1864 CARBINE IN GOOD CONDITION

The Joslyn carbine Model 1864, sometimes called the Second Model, was a cavalry weapon that used an innovative breechloading, single-shot, .52 caliber rimfire system invented and patented by… (172-3353) Learn More »

FINE, ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR 2nd MODEL MERRILL CARBINE

FINE, ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR 2nd MODEL MERRILL CARBINE

This original, breech-loading carbine, is one of only some 14,500 weapons produced by H. Merrill of Baltimore, MD. The cavalry shortarm is a wartime example of the Second Type Merrill carbine with a… (172-3352) Learn More »

5TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE IN ORIGINAL CONDITION

5TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE IN ORIGINAL CONDITION

Here is an original Civil War ‘Burnside’ cavalry carbine specimen in good condition produced by the Burnside Rifle Co of Providence, Rhode Island in the last two years of the war. This cavalry… (172-3360) Learn More »

CIVIL WAR JOSLYN MODEL 1864 RIFLE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

CIVIL WAR JOSLYN MODEL 1864 RIFLE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

The Joslyn rifle Model 1864 is a rare, breech loading longarm produced at the Springfield Armory between January and June 1865. Though once considered a post war conversion muzzle loader to a breech… (172-3354) Learn More »

MODEL 1866 SPRINGFIELD ALLIN CONVERSION TRAPDOOR RIFLE

MODEL 1866 SPRINGFIELD ALLIN CONVERSION TRAPDOOR RIFLE

This handsome longarm is one of the Civil War Model 1859 military rifles made by the Sharps Rifle Manufacturing Company of Hartford, Connecticut, circa 1859 to 1862. U.S. government contract… (172-3355) Learn More »

GROUP OF MEDALS ID’D TO 62ND NEW YORK PRISONER OF WAR

GROUP OF MEDALS ID’D TO 62ND NEW YORK PRISONER OF WAR

This group of medals is identified to Walter W. Hyde of Company E, 62nd New York Infantry. First in the group is Hyde’s wartime engraved silver 6th Corps badge. It meas. approx. 1.50 x 1.50 inches.… (M23762) Learn More »

WORLD WAR TWO 6TH MARINE DIVISION UNIFORM

WORLD WAR TWO 6TH MARINE DIVISION UNIFORM

World War Two four pocket blouse named to F. D. May in the right sleeve. Blouse is made of forest green wool material with a four-button front and two breast and two lower pockets. There is also a… (718-27) Learn More »

MODEL 1842 HARPERS FERRY MUSKET

MODEL 1842 HARPERS FERRY MUSKET

Example of a Mexican War dated (1847) .69 caliber percussion smooth bore musket produced at the Harpers Ferry Armory, Virginia. This specimen has at one time in its history had a Springfield Armory… (791-01) Learn More »

$1,400.00
Originally $1,500.00

WONDERFUL GROUP OF ITEMS ID’D TO MEDAL OF HONOR WINNER SAMUEL C. WRIGHT OF THE 29TH MASSACHUSETTS

WONDERFUL GROUP OF ITEMS ID’D TO MEDAL OF HONOR WINNER SAMUEL C. WRIGHT OF THE 29TH MASSACHUSETTS

This group contains 5 different photographs of Wright from 1861 to 1900, a Pattern 1826 eagle breast plate picked up at Antietam, a small ledger book of relics belonging to Wright and a notebook of… (457-19) Learn More »

$4,500.00
Originally $5,000.00


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