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.69 CALIBER M1816/1842 MUSKET BALL SCREW

.69 CALIBER M1816/1842 MUSKET BALL SCREW

This is a non-excavated Civil War musket accessory. It is an iron appendage that could screw onto the threaded ramrod end to enable a soldier to “pull” a bullet and unload his musket. The piece… (490-3689). Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

“DUG” .50 CALIBER SMITH “RUBBER CASE” CARTRIDGES

“DUG” .50 CALIBER SMITH “RUBBER CASE” CARTRIDGES

Used in the Smith carbine extensively during the early years of the Civil War, we have several specimens of these unusual .50 caliber “rubber case” cartridges in excavated “relic”… (2022-1238). Learn More »

U.S. MODEL 1842 “MISSISSIPPI RIFLE” GUN TOOL MARKED “US”

U.S. MODEL 1842 “MISSISSIPPI RIFLE” GUN TOOL MARKED “US”

This is a non-excavated model 1842 musket tool.  Two screw driver blades with a box-end wrench. Clearly stamped “US” on the neck. Originally designed for the Mississippi rifle. Iron is clean with… (490-3681). Learn More »

U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1807 (RECONVERTED) FLINTLOCK “INDIAN CARBINE”, DATED 1808

U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1807 (RECONVERTED) FLINTLOCK “INDIAN CARBINE”, DATED 1808

Springfield Armory manufactured 1,202 .54 caliber smoothbore flintlock carbines for the Indian Department between 1807 and 1810. The carbines were intended as gifts for the Native American tribes, but… (1052-97). Learn More »

POCKET FLASK FOR A COLT BABY DRAGOON

POCKET FLASK FOR A COLT BABY DRAGOON

Brass flask meas. approx. 4.50 inches overall with the raised decoration of a spread-winged eagle on each side. The body of the flask has several small indentations on both sides just below the cap.… (490-3206). Learn More »

$195.00
ON HOLD

FINE QUALITY SCHUTZEN TARGET RIFLE BY J.H. HAPPOLDT OF CHARLESTON, SC

FINE QUALITY SCHUTZEN TARGET RIFLE BY J.H. HAPPOLDT OF CHARLESTON, SC

This South Carolina made fine quality percussion, muzzle-loading target rifle has an original detachable false muzzle. The piece may also be considered as a possible Sniper’s rifle by virtue of its… (766-1759). Learn More »

$4,500.00
Originally $5,500.00

EARLY 4-SCREW MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY REVOLVER MADE IN FALL 1861

EARLY 4-SCREW MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY REVOLVER MADE IN FALL 1861

This 1860 Colt Army revolver has matching serial number 14806 throughout, with the exception of the wedge, and the “BH” inspector cartouche of Benjamin Hannis who was assigned as inspector at the… (490-2984). Learn More »

MODEL 1892 WINCHESTER RIFLE

MODEL 1892 WINCHESTER RIFLE

Serial number 70464, this Model 1892 Winchester is .38 WCF, was made in 1894, and rates near Fine for overall condition with 80% thin shiny blue on the receiver, stronger on the right, with some… (169-533). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CAPTURED AND COLLECTED J.P. MOORE ENFIELDCONFEDERATE CAPTURED AND COLLECTED J.P. MOORE ENFIELD

CONFEDERATE CAPTURED AND COLLECTED J.P. MOORE ENFIELD

J.P. Moore was in the gun business in New York from 1822, and the firm existed under several names until about 1870. Moore’s are study and collecting area of their own. Moore sold the U.S.… (1175-02). Learn More »

FIRST MODEL (M1862) JOSLYN CARBINE

FIRST MODEL (M1862) JOSLYN CARBINE

This is a very good example of the breech-loading .52 caliber rimfire Joslyn carbine carried by a number of Union cavalry regiments. This one bears a U.S. inspector’s cartouche on the left side flat… (2022-381). Learn More »

.36 CALIBER REVOLVER CARTRIDGE – ST. LOUIS ARSENAL

.36 CALIBER REVOLVER CARTRIDGE – ST. LOUIS ARSENAL

Unusual tear-drop shaped bullet with “tie ring” at the base.  A sprue is often visible on base of these bullets when encountered separately.  These St. Louis Arsenal cartridges have been… (1179-387). Learn More »

.36 CALIBER REVOLVER CARTRIDGE – ST. LOUIS ARSENAL

.36 CALIBER REVOLVER CARTRIDGE – ST. LOUIS ARSENAL

Unusual tear-drop shaped bullet with “tie ring” at the base.  A sprue is often visible on base of these bullets when encountered separately.  These St. Louis Arsenal cartridges have been… (1179-385). Learn More »

.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… (1179-399). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR M1861/63 MUSKET WRENCH

CIVIL WAR M1861/63 MUSKET WRENCH

This Combination Tool was used for the standard Springfield musket. It was a widely used tool during the Civil War. It has an open cone wrench and two screwdrivers. It is approximately 3.5” long.… (2022-964). Learn More »

$39.50
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MODEL 1863 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET TYPE II DATED 1863  WITH ENFIELD RAMROD

MODEL 1863 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET TYPE II DATED 1863 WITH ENFIELD RAMROD

The barrel is turning a plumb brown with scattered areas of the original bright finish underneath. The front sight is present at the muzzle and the rear sight has two flip up leaves. Left flat of the… (1052-213). Learn More »

$1,495.00
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BEAUTIFUL “CAPTURED & COLLECTED” MODEL 1861 CONTRACT RIFLE MUSKET, DATED 1864

BEAUTIFUL “CAPTURED & COLLECTED” MODEL 1861 CONTRACT RIFLE MUSKET, DATED 1864

This Model 1861, .58 caliber, percussion rifle musket is complete, and in very good condition. Produced by E. Robinson in New York. Acquired at some point by the Confederates, cleaned and/or repaired,… (218-588). Learn More »

.58 CALIBER RIFLE MUSKET CARTRIDGE WITH WILLIAMS BULLET

.58 CALIBER RIFLE MUSKET CARTRIDGE WITH WILLIAMS BULLET

Regulation tan paper cartridge for the U.S. .58 caliber rifled musket. This is the typical "minie ball" cartridge of the American Civil War made up with a Williams patent, short, type III… (490-3602). Learn More »

MODEL 1842 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET, DATED 1850

MODEL 1842 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET, DATED 1850

Model 1842, .69 caliber musket manufactured at Springfield, Mass. The barrel is a full 42” in length and in overall nice smooth condition with bright finish. No pitting around breech and bolster… (172-5805). Learn More »

SCARCE PETTINGILL ARMY REVOLVER

SCARCE PETTINGILL ARMY REVOLVER

Pettingill revolvers are scarce, with only 2,000 delivered from October 1862 to January 1863 on a U.S. contract and issued in varying numbers to the 3rd Michigan, 1st Arkansas, 3rd Illinois, 3rd… (186-68). Learn More »

TINY PISTOL FLASK

TINY PISTOL FLASK

This is very small powder flask, likely of European manufacture and perhaps made on contract for an American retailer, intended for a pocket revolver or small single shot pistol. The copper body… (30-2250). Learn More »


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EARLY WAR U.S. CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER, 1840 STYLE, BY SMITH, CRANE AND COMPANY, NEW YORK, 1858 TO 1862

Smith, Crane and Company pieces are scarce. They were only in business from 1858 through 1862, retailing military goods in New York City. Their swords were imported, of German make and likely by Schnitzler and Kirschbaum, though not maker marked.… (870-263). Learn More »

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