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REMINGTON, MAYNARD TAPE CONVERSION OF M1816 MUSKET

REMINGTON, MAYNARD TAPE CONVERSION OF M1816 MUSKET

This heavy, full-stock, percussion, .69 caliber, musket was originally a Model 1816 flintlock, smoothbore musket. It was altered to percussion ignition. A new Remington Arms Company Maynard-style… (490-2957). Learn More »

REMINGTON MODEL 1862 CONTRACT RIFLE, AKA: THE REMINGTON “ZOUAVE”

REMINGTON MODEL 1862 CONTRACT RIFLE, AKA: THE REMINGTON “ZOUAVE”

Moller calls these rifles the “Remington 1862 Contract Rifle,” and Flayderman, the “Model 1863 Contract Rifle.” They are best known as the “Remington Zouave,” drawing a parallel between… (1184-57). Learn More »

PHOTO OF THE SMALL FAMILY HOUSE ON THE EMMITSBURG ROAD - THE FIRST HORSE SOLDIER LOCATION

PHOTO OF THE SMALL FAMILY HOUSE ON THE EMMITSBURG ROAD - THE FIRST HORSE SOLDIER LOCATION

The Small family lived on the Emmitsburg Road across from the famous Sherfy Farm. It was here in their living room that they started to sell relics; mostly bullets, shrapnel, cannonballs and other…. Learn More »

SCARCE U.S. MODEL 1841 PERCUSSION CADET MUSKET

SCARCE U.S. MODEL 1841 PERCUSSION CADET MUSKET

The Model 1841 Cadet musket was made by the Springfield Armory between 1844-1845 with a total of only 450 produced. These weapons were made in .57 caliber with a 40” round barrel. Metal surfaces are… (490-3481). Learn More »

SHARPS AND HANKINS NAVY CARBINE

SHARPS AND HANKINS NAVY CARBINE

This is very good example of the single-shot, breech-loading .52 Caliber rimfire Sharps and Hankins Navy Carbine, also known as the Model 1862, complete, all original, with a crisp action, clean and… (172-5792). Learn More »

LEFAUCHEUX PINFIRE REVOLVER

LEFAUCHEUX PINFIRE REVOLVER

Lefaucheux pin-fire revolver in fair condition. Handgun was designed and produced by the highly acclaimed inventor of European firearms, Eugene Lefaucheux. Referred to as the Model 1854, the… (772-07). Learn More »

SPRINGFIELD M1855 RIFLE-MUSKET, DATED 1857, CONFEDERATE “CAPTURED & COLLECTED”

SPRINGFIELD M1855 RIFLE-MUSKET, DATED 1857, CONFEDERATE “CAPTURED & COLLECTED”

This Civil War era single-shot muzzleloader is a .58 caliber Springfield Model 1855 percussion rifle-musket in good overall condition. Longarm has a 40” round barrel with broad three-groove rifling.… (490-1938). Learn More »

SCARCE C.B. HOARD, WATERTOWN, NY, M1861 CONTRACT RIFLE MUSKET

SCARCE C.B. HOARD, WATERTOWN, NY, M1861 CONTRACT RIFLE MUSKET

Model 1861 contract rifle muskets made by Charles B. Hoard of Watertown, NY, are relatively hard to come by. A manufacturer of steam engines before and after the war, he got involved in the arms… (490-2954). Learn More »

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1858 CADET RIFLE MUSKET, TYPE-2 WITH SCARCE 1859 DATE

SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1858 CADET RIFLE MUSKET, TYPE-2 WITH SCARCE 1859 DATE

The US Model 1858 Cadet Rifle Musket is part of the 1855 series of arms and is a slightly downsized version of the issue M1855 Rifle Musket. By August 1857 the US government had no more of the… (490-2961). Learn More »

EXCELLENT CONDITION COLT “SPECIAL MODEL 1861” MUSKET, DATED 1862

EXCELLENT CONDITION COLT “SPECIAL MODEL 1861” MUSKET, DATED 1862

This original Civil War shoulder arm is a Colt “Special Model 1861” contract rifle musket made from 1861 to 1865 by the Colt Manufacturing Co. of Hartford, Connecticut. Though no serial numbers… (490-3781). Learn More »

$2,795.00
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MASS. ARMS CO. WESSON & LEVETT BELT REVOLVER, IDENTIFIED TO 12TH MASS. SOLDIER WOUNDED AT ANTIETAM & FREDERICKSBURG, CAPTURED AT GETTYSBURG, DIED IN PRISON

MASS. ARMS CO. WESSON & LEVETT BELT REVOLVER, IDENTIFIED TO 12TH MASS. SOLDIER WOUNDED AT ANTIETAM & FREDERICKSBURG, CAPTURED AT GETTYSBURG, DIED IN PRISON

Offered here is a novel hand gun produced by the Massachusetts Arms Company in Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts. This company was forced to redesign their revolvers after losing a patent infringement… (1179-107). Learn More »

$6,000.00
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MINT “BLACK WIDOW” LUGER RIG

MINT “BLACK WIDOW” LUGER RIG

Exceptional Like-New example of the highly sought-after “Black Widow” Luger used by the Germans in World War II.  Principal markings include: “9847y” (serial number); “byf”… (881-20). Learn More »

THOUGHTS ON THE KENTUCKY RIFLE IN ITS GOLDEN AGE

THOUGHTS ON THE KENTUCKY RIFLE IN ITS GOLDEN AGE

By George N. Hyatt. Published by George Shumway, York, PA, 1964. 2nd Printing. 559 pp., 262 rifle ills. Cream glazed cloth, 9.25 x 12, black spine lettering. Exhibits light wear at the extremities.… (1032-127). Learn More »

THE VIRGINIA MANUFACTORY OF ARMS

THE VIRGINIA MANUFACTORY OF ARMS

By Giles Cromwell. Published by the University of Virginia Press. Charlottesville, VA, 1975. 208pp., 208 pp., 123 ills., tables. In Gray glazed cloth w/spine lettering & d.j.  Exhibits very… (1032-138). Learn More »

$100.00
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EXCELLENT MODEL 1842 HARPERS FERRY MUSKET, DATED 1851

EXCELLENT MODEL 1842 HARPERS FERRY MUSKET, DATED 1851

This is a Model 1842, .69 caliber, musket manufactured at the Harpers Ferry armory. These were made from 1844 to 1855 and just over 100,000 were made at Harpers Ferry. This example is in “minty”… (490-3468). Learn More »

MODEL 1873 WINCHESTER MADE IN 1881

MODEL 1873 WINCHESTER MADE IN 1881

This is .44-40 caliber M1873 Winchester rates about very good for condition, showing legitimate signs of use, but not abuse. The mechanics are fine and the rifling is fair, though the bore is dark.… (490-3124). Learn More »

THE KENTUCKY RIFLE

THE KENTUCKY RIFLE

By John G.W. Dillon. Published by Ludlum and Beebe, New York, 1946. 3rd Edition. Slipcase. 136 pp., ills. In medium blue glazed cloth, 8” x 11, w/gilt cover lettering. Exhibits very slight cover… (1032-136). Learn More »

THE POWDER FLASK BOOK

THE POWDER FLASK BOOK

By Ray Riling. Published by R. & R. Books, Livonia, NY, 1992. 495 pp., 453 flask illustrations. In green glazed w/gilt cover & spine lettering, 11.25”  x 8.75, plus dust jacket. Condition… (1032-107). Learn More »

$125.00
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CONFEDERATE PERCUSSION CONVERSION OF AN 1839 DATED HARPERS FERRY LIKELY BY THE COLUMBUS, MISSISSIPPI, ARSENAL

CONFEDERATE PERCUSSION CONVERSION OF AN 1839 DATED HARPERS FERRY LIKELY BY THE COLUMBUS, MISSISSIPPI, ARSENAL

This 1839 dated Harpers Ferry Model 1816 was one of 5,850 produced that year and is a scarce example of a Confederate alteration to percussion likely performed at the Columbus, Mississippi Arsenal in… (2022-47). Learn More »

“COLT’S PATENT” MOLD FOR .36 CAL. BULLETS

“COLT’S PATENT” MOLD FOR .36 CAL. BULLETS

Here is a good, clean iron mold for Navy revolvers (.36 caliber). Two cavity type; one round ball, one conical ball. Typical Civil War-era mold marked “Colt’s Patent” on top of sprue cutter.… (1184-61). Learn More »


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RARE WASHINGTON ARSENAL 1857 DATED ARTILLERY TUBE POUCH

This artillery tube pouch bears a wonderful arsenal stamp at top center of the outer flap consisting of “U.S. / WASHINGTON / ARSENAL” with the first two lines in an arc over a dynamic U.S. eagle and the word “arsenal” in a straight line… (490-3648). Learn More »

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