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BACON NAVY MODEL REVOLVER

BACON NAVY MODEL REVOLVER

Revolver was produced by the Bacon Manufacturing Company of Norwich, Connecticut during the early 1860’s. An estimated 900 were made. Weapon is a six-shot, .38 rimfire with a 7.50 inch octagon… (160-35). Learn More »

COOK RIFLE

COOK RIFLE

This Cook & Brother New Orleans 2 band rifle is in "gun collector" condition; that is spectacular! Once in the famous collection of Dr. Edgar V. Howell Jr. of Atlanta Georgia it has for 10 years… (88-144). Learn More »

9MM WALTHER P38 PISTOL MAGAZINE

9MM WALTHER P38 PISTOL MAGAZINE

Blued steel construction. Lightly stamped “jvd” on one side. Eight round capacity. Spring remains strong. Overall nice condition.  [jet]  [ph:L] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM,… (2022-1838). Learn More »

WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN MAUSER byf-43 P.38 WITH HOLSTER

WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN MAUSER byf-43 P.38 WITH HOLSTER

This has standard “byf/43” markings with “[eagle]/135 proofs and matching 3325 numbers. The “byf” manufacturer’s code indicates this 9mm Pistole 1938 was made by Mauser-Werke AG, Oberndorf… (2022-1837). Learn More »

EXCELLENT 1844 DATED MODEL 1842 SPRINGFIELD: PRE-MEXICAN WAR AND FIRST YEAR OF PRODUCTION!

EXCELLENT 1844 DATED MODEL 1842 SPRINGFIELD: PRE-MEXICAN WAR AND FIRST YEAR OF PRODUCTION!

This U.S. Model 1842 musket is complete, all original, and would be hard to improve upon for date or condition. All bands, springs, swivels, and the ramrod are in place. Wood and metal have a tight… (218-583). Learn More »

$3,595.00
Originally $3,750.00

VERY NICE SPUR-TRIGGER BACON ARMS CO. POCKET REVOLVER

VERY NICE SPUR-TRIGGER BACON ARMS CO. POCKET REVOLVER

This first model Bacon Pocket Model rates excellent for condition. The metal is smooth throughout and the barrel, loading assembly, hammer and cylinder have lots of blue finish remaining. The screw… (218-578). Learn More »

$1,695.00
Originally $1,795.00

PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA-INSPECTED, DERINGER MODEL 1817 RIFLE CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION

PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA-INSPECTED, DERINGER MODEL 1817 RIFLE CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION

This longarm is a U.S. M1817 Common Rifle produced by contractor Henry Deringer of Philadelphia, PA. Under contract with the government, Deringer converted some 13,000 such flintlocks to percussion… (218-530). Learn More »

$2,295.00
Originally $2,445.00

CRATE FOR ARTILLERY SHELLS MADE INTO TRUNK

CRATE FOR ARTILLERY SHELLS MADE INTO TRUNK

This heavy wood crate was for Civil War artillery shells. It remains in good condition. It measures approximately 20” (plus handles) x 13” x 12” with dovetailed corners. Original lid is now… (775-04). Learn More »

$750.00
ON HOLD

VERY RARE RICHMOND ARSENAL AMMUNITION CRATE FOR MUSKET CARTRIDGES DATED 1863

VERY RARE RICHMOND ARSENAL AMMUNITION CRATE FOR MUSKET CARTRIDGES DATED 1863

This is a rarely seen wood crate for musket cartridges from the Richmond Arsenal. It remains in good original condition. It measures approximately 16” (plus handles on both sides) x 12” x… (775-02). Learn More »

CRATE FOR ARTILLERY SHELLS FROM WATERVLIET ARSENAL

CRATE FOR ARTILLERY SHELLS FROM WATERVLIET ARSENAL

This heavy wood crate was for Civil War artillery shells. It remains in good original condition. It measures approximately 20” (plus handles) x 13” x 10” with mortised corners. No lid. Both… (775-03). Learn More »

NEW MODEL 1863 SHARPS CARBINE IDENTIFIED TO TROOPER IN 17TH ILLINOIS CAVALRY

NEW MODEL 1863 SHARPS CARBINE IDENTIFIED TO TROOPER IN 17TH ILLINOIS CAVALRY

The most famous, single-shot, percussion firearm used during the Civil War was the Sharps carbine, a .52 caliber, breechloading firearm invented and patented by Hartford, Connecticut native Christian… (22-25). Learn More »

US M1841 RIFLE BY ROBBINS, KENDALL AND LAWRENCE DATED 1848

US M1841 RIFLE BY ROBBINS, KENDALL AND LAWRENCE DATED 1848

The firm of Robbins, Kendall and Lawrence was organized in 1844 specifically to obtain a contract for U.S. Model 1841 rifles, offered by the government at a fixed priced per rifle rather than letting… (2022-380). Learn More »

PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE TOMPION

PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE TOMPION

A very nice example of the Enfield rifle tompion. These were issued with the caliber .577 rifles to be inserted into the muzzles to protect against moisture and dirt from getting into the barrel.… (2022-1558). Learn More »

$50.00
SOLD

PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE TOMPION

PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE TOMPION

A very nice example of the Enfield rifle tompion. These were issued with the caliber .577 rifles to be inserted into the muzzles to protect against moisture and dirt from getting into the barrel.… (2022-1557). Learn More »

$50.00
ON HOLD

PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE TOMPION

PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE TOMPION

A very nice example of the Enfield rifle tompion. These were issued with the caliber .577 rifles to be inserted into the muzzles to protect against moisture and dirt from getting into the barrel.… (2022-1556). Learn More »

$50.00
SOLD

INSCRIBED WHITNEY POCKET MODEL REVOLVER OF SERGEANT R.H. BLACKSTONE, 33rd MASS INFANTRY AND 2nd MASS HEAVY ARTILLERY

INSCRIBED WHITNEY POCKET MODEL REVOLVER OF SERGEANT R.H. BLACKSTONE, 33rd MASS INFANTRY AND 2nd MASS HEAVY ARTILLERY

This Second Model, Third Type, Whitney pocket revolver is .31 Caliber, five-shot, has a 4.5 inch barrel, serial number 14111, and has a very pretty, period script inscription on the buttstrap… (2022-983). Learn More »

.41 CALIBER “SWISS” RIMFIRE CARTRIDGE

.41 CALIBER “SWISS” RIMFIRE CARTRIDGE

The .41 caliber “Swiss” cartridge is a 10.54mm rimfire rifle cartridge. This specimen has a copper case with a “U” headstamp. Round-nosed lead bullet features two grooves. The most… (2022-923). Learn More »

$15.00
ON HOLD

.45-70 CARTRIDGE

.45-70 CARTRIDGE

The official designation of this cartridge at the time was “US center-fire metallic cartridge” with the commercial designation being .45-70-405.  This represented caliber .50, powder charge 70… (2022-922). Learn More »

$15.00
SOLD

.32 CALIBER TEATFIRE CARTRIDGES

.32 CALIBER TEATFIRE CARTRIDGES

Copper cartridges for .32 caliber Moore revolver.  David Williamson received a patent in 1864 for this teatfire cartridge. This was essentially a patent evasion to get around Smith & Wesson’s… (2022-916). Learn More »

.38 CALIBER RIMFIRE CARTRIDGE FOR RIFLES AND REVOLVERS

.38 CALIBER RIMFIRE CARTRIDGE FOR RIFLES AND REVOLVERS

These cartridges are copper-cased, rimfire cartridges. These are also known as “.38 Long” cartridges and have an overall length of 1.305”. There is no headstamp on these early cartridges. Rifles… (2022-920). Learn More »


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EXTREMELY SCARCE NEW HAMPHIRE OFFICER’S FALSE EMBROIDERED HAT INSIGNIA

Regular army officers had been authorized a silver “U.S.” within a gold bullion wreath for wear on their undress caps in 1839. This was carried over in the 1851 regulations for use on the 1851 shako, but was embroidered directly on the blue band… (2020-912). Learn More »

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