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COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER WITH REPRODUCTION CYLINDER & LOADING LEVER

COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER WITH REPRODUCTION CYLINDER & LOADING LEVER

This Colt Model 1860 Army is serial #85402 and was produced in 1863. However, it should be noted that both the cylinder and the loading lever are reproductions. The weapon has an overall gray… (362-963). Learn More »

VERY RARE DERINGER BY SCHUMANN OF MEMPHIS

VERY RARE DERINGER BY SCHUMANN OF MEMPHIS

When Turner Kirkland published “Southern Derringers of the Mississippi Valley,” he could find no complete example of a Schumann deringer, only a barrel. In the intervening years only this example… (401-52). Learn More »

THIRD MODEL 1851 COLT NAVY REVOLVER

THIRD MODEL 1851 COLT NAVY REVOLVER

Original, U. S. marked, Third Model version of the popular 1851 Colt Navy Revolver in good overall condition. Manufactured sometime in the 1st quarter of 1857, this M1851 Navy bears matching serial… (172-5788). Learn More »

NEAR MINT REMINGTON RAND M1911A1 PISTOL FROM 1943 (NOT REWORKED)

NEAR MINT REMINGTON RAND M1911A1 PISTOL FROM 1943 (NOT REWORKED)

Exceptional example of the standard issue .45 caliber service pistol used by the Americans in World War II.  Principal markings include: “NO. 1324944” (serial number); “REMINGTON RAND INC. … (881-14). Learn More »

$2,650.00
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MINT GERMAN P.38 PISTOL

MINT GERMAN P.38 PISTOL

Exceptional example of the standard issue 9mm service pistol used by the Germans in World War II.  Principal markings include: “1169b” (serial number); “ac 44” (manufacturer’s code and year… (1159-02). Learn More »

$1,395.00
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DOUBLE-ACTION STARR .44 REVOLVER, LIKELY DELIVERED IN APRIL 1863

DOUBLE-ACTION STARR .44 REVOLVER, LIKELY DELIVERED IN APRIL 1863

This double-action Starr revolver is complete, all original, and rates about fine to excellent for condition with about 60 percent finish, smooth metal and sharp markings. The barrel shows thin… (1159-01). Learn More »

$2,395.00
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VERY GOOD NAVY ARMS COMPANY REPRODUCTION 1866 WINCHESTER RIFLE

VERY GOOD NAVY ARMS COMPANY REPRODUCTION 1866 WINCHESTER RIFLE

This is an extremely nice copy of the classic brass-framed 1866 Winchester or “Yellow Boy” rifle, the successor the Henry and forerunner of the 1873 and later classic types, but was popular and… (1037-97). Learn More »

SCARCE US NAVY FIRST CONTRACT COLT M1851 REVOLVER DELIVERED IN DECEMBER 1857 TO THE NEW YORK NAVY YARD AND CONVERTED TO CENTERFIRE FOR THE NAVY BY COLT IN 1873

SCARCE US NAVY FIRST CONTRACT COLT M1851 REVOLVER DELIVERED IN DECEMBER 1857 TO THE NEW YORK NAVY YARD AND CONVERTED TO CENTERFIRE FOR THE NAVY BY COLT IN 1873

This iron frame M1851 Colt Navy serial numbered 62125 was made in 1856 and delivered to the U.S. Navy Yard in New York in 1857. It is a rare survivor among Colt revolvers purchased on the first Navy… (1142-125). Learn More »

MILITARY FLAP HOLSTER FOR A .31 CALIBER REVOLVER

MILITARY FLAP HOLSTER FOR A .31 CALIBER REVOLVER

This is a scarce example of a privately purchased belt holster with a military style flap to carry a small .31 caliber percussion revolver, typical of those carried for personal defense by officers… (480-221). Learn More »

LANCASTER COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA SCREW-TIP POWDER HORN

LANCASTER COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA SCREW-TIP POWDER HORN

Dating to the early or mid-nineteenth century, this horn has the typical flat-topped base plug with coiled rope molding associated with Lancaster and rather simple screw tip spout. The base and spout… (480-218). Learn More »

$750.00
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54-GAUGE (~.44 CAL.) BRASS TWO-CAVITY KERR BULLET MOLD

54-GAUGE (~.44 CAL.) BRASS TWO-CAVITY KERR BULLET MOLD

This is a 54-gauge (approx. .44 cal.) two cavity bullet mold for the Kerr Patent Revolver. The mold halves are brass with a steel sprue cutter, screw, and pins. The mold is 7” in overall length,… (1146-63). Learn More »

MINT JAPANESE TYPE 14 SERVICE PISTOL

MINT JAPANESE TYPE 14 SERVICE PISTOL

Exceptional example of a standard issue 8mm Nambu Type 14 pistol made in 1939!  Principal markings include:  “58680” (serial number); characters shachi and nam (manufacturer); character sho and… (2021-989). Learn More »

1810 DATED US M1795 SPRINGFIELD SHIP’S MUSKET MARKED TO U.S.S. JAVA

1810 DATED US M1795 SPRINGFIELD SHIP’S MUSKET MARKED TO U.S.S. JAVA

This 1795 pattern musket is a Springfield ship’s musket made at the armory using barrel too short for army regulation patterns, but otherwise serviceable. These are distinct from older rebuilt or… (1037-06). Learn More »

FRENCH M1837 MARINE SERVICE PISTOL

FRENCH M1837 MARINE SERVICE PISTOL

In 1837 the French Marine Service developed a new handgun. It was the first percussion ignition handgun adopted by the French. The pistol is 12 ½” in overall length with a 6” round barrel that… (88-87). Learn More »

$625.00
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FRENCH YEAR 9 GENDARMERIE PISTOL

FRENCH YEAR 9 GENDARMERIE PISTOL

5", .60 cal. barrel dated "G / 1817". Lock engraved "MAUBEUGE / MANUF". All iron furniture. Fine+ stock but a couple of age cracks and a minor wood loss near the front band but easily repaired.… (88-90). Learn More »

$495.00
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UNTOUCHED 1796 BRITISH REGULATION CAVALRY PISTOL

UNTOUCHED 1796 BRITISH REGULATION CAVALRY PISTOL

This is an untouched 1796 British Regulation Cavalry pistol designed for light cavalry. It is the weapon that fought the Napoleonic War and was here with the 14th Light Dragoons at New Orleans and the… (88-91). Learn More »

$925.00
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NICE COLT THIRD MODEL NAVY MADE IN 1856

NICE COLT THIRD MODEL NAVY MADE IN 1856

This .36 caliber Colt Navy has the smaller, round triggerguard of the Third Model and is serial numbered 49055, giving it an 1856 date of manufacture. The barrel assembly shows thin blue. The frame… (1142-124). Learn More »

COLT MODEL 1861 NAVY-NAVY RICHARDS-MASON CONVERSION

COLT MODEL 1861 NAVY-NAVY RICHARDS-MASON CONVERSION

This is a good example of the scarce Richard’s-Mason metallic cartridge conversion done in 1873 by Colt for the U.S. Navy on its remaining Model 1861 .36 caliber Navy-Navy revolvers (Colt M1861… (1142-123). Learn More »

RARE CONFEDERATE READ AND WATSON FIRST-TYPE CONVERSION HALL RIFLE

RARE CONFEDERATE READ AND WATSON FIRST-TYPE CONVERSION HALL RIFLE

This is an extremely rare Confederate rifle made from 1862-1863 by the firm of Read and Watson in Danville, Virginia, by altering a .52 caliber Hall M1819 breechloading rifle to a percussion… (172-5738). 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… (172-5748). Learn More »


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ARMED CONFEDERATE LIEUTENANT COLONEL

This uncased eighth-plate tintype is a very clear studio view of a Confederate lieutenant colonel wear frock coat, narrow brim hat, gauntlets and tall boots. He has tilted his hat slightly to one side and wears a sort of tight-lipped smile. His… (1138-2029). Learn More »

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