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.50 CALIBER GALLAGER CARBINE CARTRIDGE, POULTNEY'S PATENT

.50 CALIBER GALLAGER CARBINE CARTRIDGE, POULTNEY'S PATENT

Manufactured under Poultney's patent (#40,988 dated December 15, 1863) which was originally granted to Thomas Rodman and Silas Crispin who assigned it to Thomas Poultney. The cartridge case is made of… (172-5893). Learn More »

RIFLED SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1842 MUSKET DATED 1847

RIFLED SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1842 MUSKET DATED 1847

Even before the official adoption of the 1855 series of arms the Ordnance Department was upgrading older .69 caliber muskets by rifling them. Some 44,000 are known to have been rifled or both rifled… (362-979). Learn More »

$1,795.00
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NEAR MINT M1861 SPRINGFIELD DATED 1862

NEAR MINT M1861 SPRINGFIELD DATED 1862

This Model 1861 is complete and all original, made at Springfield, with matching 1862 dates on lock and barrel, sharp edges, tight fit of wood to metal, crisp markings including two nice cartouches, a… (490-2995). Learn More »

$5,950.00
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CHICAGO CITIZENS ASSOCIATION REMINGTON .44 NEW MODEL ARMY SMITH & WESSON – KITTREDGE TYPE-4 METALLIC CARTRIDGE .46 CONVERSION

CHICAGO CITIZENS ASSOCIATION REMINGTON .44 NEW MODEL ARMY SMITH & WESSON – KITTREDGE TYPE-4 METALLIC CARTRIDGE .46 CONVERSION

This Remington is a scarce factory conversion to .46 metallic cartridge done between September 1868 and April 1869, one of 4,540, and on the right frame bears the large “C.A.” stamp of the… (490-1661). Learn More »

REMINGTON .44 NEW MODEL ARMY SMITH & WESSON – KITTREDGE TYPE-1 CONVERSION

REMINGTON .44 NEW MODEL ARMY SMITH & WESSON – KITTREDGE TYPE-1 CONVERSION

This revolver is in about Fine condition with 30 percent or better original finish and is one of 4,540 Remingtons altered by the company for Benjamin Kittredge of Cincinnati between September 1868 and… (490-3033). Learn More »

$2,395.00
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1780S HUNTING BAG AND STRUCK POWDER HORN

1780S HUNTING BAG AND STRUCK POWDER HORN

This small hunting or bullet bag has a small powder horn with it made from pressed horn in the flat European style. The horn has an oval wood base and a facetted spout that bears some geometric… (490-3047). Learn More »

VERY SCARCE “NAVY-NAVY” COLT US NEW MODEL 1861 NAVY REVOLVER STILL IN PERCUSSION

VERY SCARCE “NAVY-NAVY” COLT US NEW MODEL 1861 NAVY REVOLVER STILL IN PERCUSSION

This Colt M1861 Navy revolver bears the small anchor with a small “I” on the barrel near the cylinder known as one of the inspection marks used by the US Navy during its 1866 survey of weapons in… (1142-115). Learn More »

$3,750.00
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COLT LONDON NAVY .36 PERCUSSION REVOLVER IN VERY GOOD CONDITION

COLT LONDON NAVY .36 PERCUSSION REVOLVER IN VERY GOOD CONDITION

This is a very good, near fine condition Colt M1851 London Navy. These were made by Colt in London from 1853 through 1856 in their own serial number range, totaling 42,910. This Second Model has… (1142-133). Learn More »

VERY GOOD M1851 COLT NAVY MADE IN 1854

VERY GOOD M1851 COLT NAVY MADE IN 1854

A very good Third Model Colt M1851 .36 Caliber Navy Revolver, serial number 35465, manufactured in 1854. This has matching numbers throughout, the one-line New York barrel address, small Colt’s /… (1142-135). Learn More »

REVOLUTIONARY WAR BRITISH PATTERN 1769 SHORT LAND MUSKET WITH INTACT UNIT FRACTION MARKED WRISTPLATE

REVOLUTIONARY WAR BRITISH PATTERN 1769 SHORT LAND MUSKET WITH INTACT UNIT FRACTION MARKED WRISTPLATE

This is a good example of the typical British infantry weapon of the American Revolution- the 1769 Pattern Short Land Musket. Sometimes still called the Second Model by collectors, this has the early… (2022-602). Learn More »

$4,500.00
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VERY NICE SPORTING MODEL MAYNARD PERCUSSION CARBINE WITH MATCHING NUMBERED RIFLE AND SHOTGUN BARRELS

VERY NICE SPORTING MODEL MAYNARD PERCUSSION CARBINE WITH MATCHING NUMBERED RIFLE AND SHOTGUN BARRELS

This nice-looking Maynard comes with both its .36 caliber rifle barrel and 20-gauge shotgun barrel, both 26-inches long, covered with lots of original blue finish and both numbered 13211 to match the… (490-3054). Learn More »

MINT REMINGTON MODEL 1903 SERVICE RIFLE FROM 1942

MINT REMINGTON MODEL 1903 SERVICE RIFLE FROM 1942

Exceptional Like-New example of a rare Remington Model 1903 (Modified) service rifle made early in World War II.  These rifles were issued in 1942 to Army and USMC troops because adequate numbers of… (2022-736). 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 »

$446.00
Originally $495.00

RARE MEXICAN WAR 1847 DATED WASHINGTON ARSENAL AMMUNITION CRATE

RARE MEXICAN WAR 1847 DATED WASHINGTON ARSENAL AMMUNITION CRATE

Civil War ammunition crates are tough to find and a Mexican War dated example is pretty much in a category of its own. This is a nicely marked example that would look great in a Mexican War or… (766-1815). Learn More »

$1,295.00
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EXCELLENT CIVIL WAR TYPE II GWYN & CAMPBELL CARBINE

EXCELLENT CIVIL WAR TYPE II GWYN & CAMPBELL CARBINE

Presented here, in very good condition, is a Type II Gwyn & Campbell carbine.  One of some 4,000 carbines produced, the .52 caliber, percussion breech-loading Gwyn & Campbell carbine was the… (516-58). Learn More »

$3,360.00
Originally $4,200.00
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CAN OF CARTRIDGE PRIMERS FROM FRANKFORD ARSENAL

CAN OF CARTRIDGE PRIMERS FROM FRANKFORD ARSENAL

This nearly full (a few missing from top layer) primer tin is for 500 cartridge primers. There are ten cardboard layers holding 50 primers each with a small piece of white cloth between each layer.… (611-482). Learn More »

$100.00
Originally $135.00

DIRECTIONS FOR USING GREENE’S CARBINE

DIRECTIONS FOR USING GREENE’S CARBINE

We have been lucky enough to acquire two of these scarce instruction sheets for Greene carbines. The carbine was breechloading and Greene’s innovation consisted of a better gas seal, but he obtained… (490-1889). Learn More »

$180.00
Originally $225.00

VERY SCARCE 1799-1800 SWAN CONTRACT VIRGINIA MILITIA REGIMENTALLY MARKED MUSKET: 42nd REGIMENT, PITTSYLVANIA

VERY SCARCE 1799-1800 SWAN CONTRACT VIRGINIA MILITIA REGIMENTALLY MARKED MUSKET: 42nd REGIMENT, PITTSYLVANIA

This musket is stamped “42. VA. REGT. PITTSYLVANIA” on the barrel, was later altered to percussion and then shortened for use in the civilian market. It is a scarce survivor from muskets delivered… (1000-241). Learn More »

EXCELLENT LOW SERIAL NUMBER SECOND MODEL SMITH CARBINE

EXCELLENT LOW SERIAL NUMBER SECOND MODEL SMITH CARBINE

This is a very nice-looking Smith with lots of original barrel blue, 90 percent or better, visible case colors on the receiver, vibrant blue on the spring bar, triggerguard and tang, with the barrel… (2022-215). Learn More »

RARE ORIGINAL W. KIDDER MARKED CASE FOR A COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET MODEL REVOLVER

RARE ORIGINAL W. KIDDER MARKED CASE FOR A COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET MODEL REVOLVER

This is an original hardwood partitioned case for a .31 caliber Colt M1849 Pocket Model Revolver as made by Walter Kidder. His cases are very rare and were mostly used on decorated Colt revolvers in… (490-3004A). Learn More »


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M1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO CAPT. EDWIN A. WOOD, CO. A, 51ST MASSACHUSETTS

Manufactured: Unknown Maker: Unknown Year: 1862 Model: Non Regulation Staff & Field Size: 31.00 Condition: VG This sword is classified as non-regulation as it has the full basket minus the “US”.  High grade example with brass guard and… (870-394). Learn More »

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