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ORIGINAL M1816 TYPE I UNALTERED FLINTLOCK MUSKET BY POMEROY WITH NORTH CAROLINA MARKINGS

ORIGINAL M1816 TYPE I UNALTERED FLINTLOCK MUSKET BY POMEROY WITH NORTH CAROLINA MARKINGS

Longarm specimen is an original M1816, dated 1818. Although the lock does not bear the maker’s name we know it was made by Pomeroy of Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Musket is a .69 caliber, single shot… (1037-05). Learn More »

ADAMS 80 BORE SELF COCKING REVOLVER

ADAMS 80 BORE SELF COCKING REVOLVER

This pistol has no maker, retailer, or patent markings, only two small proof stamps on the underside of the barrel, but follows the general lines of the Adams self-cocking, or double action revolvers… (490-2968). Learn More »

CS CAPTURED AND COLLECTED POTSDAM MUSKET WITH POSSIBLE CS CAV USE

CS CAPTURED AND COLLECTED POTSDAM MUSKET WITH POSSIBLE CS CAV USE

This shortened Prussian Model 1809 musket bears a “T” inspector’s stamp on the underside of the stock indicating it passed through the Confederate Ordnance cleaning and repair (C&R) system.… (490-2634). Learn More »

M1816 ‘WICKHAM’ TYPE III FLINTLOCK MUSKET

M1816 ‘WICKHAM’ TYPE III FLINTLOCK MUSKET

Longarm is an original M1816, 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 listed as a gunsmith… (172-5803). Learn More »

.58 CALIBER BENET PRIMED “BUTTON HEAD” CENTERFIRE CARTRIDGE FOR EARLY CARTRIDGE CONVERSION RIFLES RICHMOND COLT CARTRIDGE

.58 CALIBER BENET PRIMED “BUTTON HEAD” CENTERFIRE CARTRIDGE FOR EARLY CARTRIDGE CONVERSION RIFLES

This is a cartridge developed for the .58 caliber conversions of Civil War rifles produced by the Springfield Armory and civilian contractors in the post-Civil War years.  Manufactured by Frankford… (172-5901). Learn More »

$75.00
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.58 CALIBER BENET PRIMED “BUTTON HEAD” CENTERFIRE CARTRIDGE FOR EARLY CARTRIDGE CONVERSION RIFLES RICHMOND COLT CARTRIDGE

.58 CALIBER BENET PRIMED “BUTTON HEAD” CENTERFIRE CARTRIDGE FOR EARLY CARTRIDGE CONVERSION RIFLES

This is a cartridge developed for the .58 caliber conversions of Civil War rifles produced by the Springfield Armory and civilian contractors in the post-Civil War years.  Manufactured by Frankford… (172-5899). Learn More »

$75.00
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EXCELLENT CONDITION LOCK FOR SHARPS CARBINE OR RIFLE

EXCELLENT CONDITION LOCK FOR SHARPS CARBINE OR RIFLE

This is a Sharps lock plate showing strong original case colors. The Lawrence and Sharps patent stamps remain clearly visible. It is stripped of all the Lawrence primer components. The mainspring,… (490-3053). Learn More »

NIPPES MARYLAND HENRY CONTRACT MUSKET WITH BAYONET

NIPPES MARYLAND HENRY CONTRACT MUSKET WITH BAYONET

During the War of 1812 the state of Maryland purchased 5,832 muskets from private suppliers, the largest of whom was J.J. Henry of Philadelphia, who formed a consortium of gun makers to fulfill his… (1037-139). Learn More »

$2,250.00
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MODEL 1860 COLT REVOLVER WITH MISMATCHED SERIAL NUMBERS

MODEL 1860 COLT REVOLVER WITH MISMATCHED SERIAL NUMBERS

This Colt Model 1860 Army is serial #147044 and was produced in late 1863. The serial number matches except for the trigger guard which bears #26438 which was produced in early 1862. All metal… (766-1820). Learn More »

PRESENTATION SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1 PRESENTED TO MATTHEW WATERS OF THE 18th MAINE INFANTRY & BATTERY D OF THE 1st MAINE HEAVY ARTILLERY

PRESENTATION SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1 PRESENTED TO MATTHEW WATERS OF THE 18th MAINE INFANTRY & BATTERY D OF THE 1st MAINE HEAVY ARTILLERY

Here we have a killer Smith & Wesson Model 1 Second Issue. Although this seven-shot revolver has seen much use, it’s seen the trials and tribulations of a soldier in the defenses of Washington,… (490-2969). Learn More »

$4,500.00
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.52 CALIBER SHARPS “RINGTAIL” CARTRIDGE FROM JEFF DAVIS ESTATE

.52 CALIBER SHARPS “RINGTAIL” CARTRIDGE FROM JEFF DAVIS ESTATE

This is the “Old Model” bullet found in the cartridge for the Sharps carbine and rifle. Bullet features an extended ring on the base to which the paper gun powder cylinder was tied. The Old Model… (696-42C). Learn More »

$350.00
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SCARCE 1858 LOCK-DATED US MODEL 1855 TYPE 5 HARPERS FERRY RIFLE

SCARCE 1858 LOCK-DATED US MODEL 1855 TYPE 5 HARPERS FERRY RIFLE

This Harpers Ferry Model 1855 rifle shows use, as most do, but is a very good example of the Type-5 in Willyard’s typology: iron mounted with the short stock tip, patch box (or catch box in the new… (490-3001). Learn More »

$4,500.00
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SHARPS FOUR-BARRELLED DERINGER

SHARPS FOUR-BARRELLED DERINGER

The American Arms Company made about 5,000 of these double barrel deringers from about 1866 to 1878. They use a brass frame and a pair of superimposed barrels that are rotated manually for loading and… (286-1115). Learn More »

POCKET PISTOL FLASK

POCKET PISTOL FLASK

A very pretty powder flask for a pocket-size pistol that would look well in a nice cased set or among other examples showing variations in motifs and the art of die-sinking. This is in very good… (286-1114). Learn More »

AMERICAN MACHINE WORKS SMITH CARBINE MADE IN 1864

AMERICAN MACHINE WORKS SMITH CARBINE MADE IN 1864

This Smith carbine rates very good or better for condition with at least 30 percent original finish, good lettering and numbers, and a nice fit, good finish, and color to the wood. The barrel is… (2022-379). Learn More »

U.S. CAVALRY COLT .44 ARMY MADE IN 1863

U.S. CAVALRY COLT .44 ARMY MADE IN 1863

This Colt Model 1860 .44 Caliber Army Revolver rates good for condition and was the classic cavalry sidearm of the Civil War. These revolvers were purchased by the U.S. army in numbers rivalled only… (2022-817). Learn More »

$1,495.00
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FOLK ART POWDER HORN WITH WONDERFUL U.S. EAGLE BY C.J. AVINGER, LIKELY ORANGEBURG, S.C.

FOLK ART POWDER HORN WITH WONDERFUL U.S. EAGLE BY C.J. AVINGER, LIKELY ORANGEBURG, S.C.

This powder horn shows old insect damage with losses to the horn and a missing plug, but has a very impressive American eagle carved on it, not affected by the losses, stretching out its wings over… (766-1755). Learn More »

MODEL 1861 SPRINGFIELD DATED 1861

MODEL 1861 SPRINGFIELD DATED 1861

This is a first-year-of-production example the standard rifle musket of the Civil War, the Model 1861 Springfield, actually made at that armory. With production starting at Springfield in July 1861,… (172-5775). Learn More »

$6,500.00
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NEAR FINE SMITH CARBINE

NEAR FINE SMITH CARBINE

This Smith carbine has loads of original blue on the barrel, top spring, collar of the receiver, the buttplate, the triggerguard and the triggerguard tang, as well as thin case color on the receiver… (490-2998). Learn More »

MAYNARD RIFLE, MODEL 1873, IMPROVED HUNTING OR TARGET RIFLE NO. 9

MAYNARD RIFLE, MODEL 1873, IMPROVED HUNTING OR TARGET RIFLE NO. 9

Dr. Edward Maynard (1813-1891) was both a brilliant dentist and a gifted inventor. Born in Madison, New York, Maynard entered the United States Military Academy at West Point, but was later forced to… (2021-821). Learn More »


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JOMINI’S PRACTICE OF WAR

By C.F Pardigon. Published by West & Johnston, Richmond, 1863. 216 pp. Heavy card covers, in blue cloth, 3.75 x 5.75”, black front cover title stamp, gilt lettering. Front cover minus a sliver of blue cloth, running top to bottom, along the… (1000-1659). Learn More »

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