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.50 CALIBER MAYNARD CARTRIDGES

.50 CALIBER MAYNARD CARTRIDGES

Priced to Sell – These are non-excavated cartridges for the .50 caliber Maynard carbine.  Lead bullet with flat nose and a single groove in a brass case with large disc soldered to the bottom. A… (490-768). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CAPTURED AND COLLECTED BELGIAN ENFIELD BY DRISSEN & CO. WITH C.S. “Q” FINAL-INSPECTOR STAMP

CONFEDERATE CAPTURED AND COLLECTED BELGIAN ENFIELD BY DRISSEN & CO. WITH C.S. “Q” FINAL-INSPECTOR STAMP

This is a very good example of a Belgian made British 1853 Pattern Rifle Musket that was imported for use in the Civil War and ended up in the Confederate Cleaning and Repair system for “captured… (1164-08). Learn More »

SOUTH CAROLINA MARKED US MODEL 1816 FLINTLOCK PISTOL BY NORTH, SECOND TYPE DIE STRIKE

SOUTH CAROLINA MARKED US MODEL 1816 FLINTLOCK PISTOL BY NORTH, SECOND TYPE DIE STRIKE

This is a good, untouched, “in the black” example of the US Model 1816 pistol by Simeon North sent by the U.S. to the state of South Carolina under the terms of the Militia Act and marked by the… (766-1739). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE ORDNANCE “CAPTURED AND COLLECTED” BRIDESBURG RIFLE MUSKET

CONFEDERATE ORDNANCE “CAPTURED AND COLLECTED” BRIDESBURG RIFLE MUSKET

Some 200,000 thousand firearms captured or collected by CS Ordnance teams and civilians, along with perhaps another 50,000 turned in by CS units, went through the cleaning and/or repair… (1164-13). Learn More »

VERY FINE EXAMPLE OF A C1850’S PERCUSSION RIFLE MADE BY J. M. HAPPOLDT & SON, CHARLESTON, SC

VERY FINE EXAMPLE OF A C1850’S PERCUSSION RIFLE MADE BY J. M. HAPPOLDT & SON, CHARLESTON, SC

Gracefully made percussion halfstock Sporting rifle by noted Charleston maker. Beautifully marked in very fancy Old English hand engraved letters and fancy script in two lines on lock:  J. M.… (766-1760). Learn More »

GOOD LOOKING RIFLED AND SIGHTED .69 CALIBER H&P CONVERSION OF A POMEROY MODEL 1840 U.S. CONTRACT MUSKET

GOOD LOOKING RIFLED AND SIGHTED .69 CALIBER H&P CONVERSION OF A POMEROY MODEL 1840 U.S. CONTRACT MUSKET

Arsenal alterations of flintlock muskets to percussion by the cone-in-barrel method had proven unsafe with the higher pressures generated by rifled arms firing the Minie ball. This is a very good… (172-5782). Learn More »

EXTREMELY RARE SPRINGFIELD ARMORY 1875 PATTERN LEE RIFLE, ONE OF JUST 143 MADE!

EXTREMELY RARE SPRINGFIELD ARMORY 1875 PATTERN LEE RIFLE, ONE OF JUST 143 MADE!

This rare U.S. martial rifle rates about fine for condition, with the metal excellent with 80 percent or better beautiful blue and sharp markings, and the wood only a bit under that in showing some… (172-5778). Learn More »

SCARCE NEW MODEL 1865 SHARPS STILL IN PERCUSSION NEAR FACTORY NEW

SCARCE NEW MODEL 1865 SHARPS STILL IN PERCUSSION NEAR FACTORY NEW

There are no appreciable differences between the NM1863 and NM1865 Sharps other than the stamped model designation by the company, and its occasional absence, which some have speculated was due to… (490-2531). Learn More »

SHARPS MODEL 1855 BRITISH CONTRACT CARBINE WITH RACK NUMBERS

SHARPS MODEL 1855 BRITISH CONTRACT CARBINE WITH RACK NUMBERS

Sharps Model 1855 arms are scarce. Just under 1,000 went to the American market: 600 US Army carbines (on two contracts of 400 and 200 guns each,) about 350 Navy rifles and carbines, and a dozen or… (490-2664). Learn More »

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 »

$2,445.00
Originally $2,750.00

.45 CALIBER IRON PISTOL BALL MOLD & BARREL TOOL

.45 CALIBER IRON PISTOL BALL MOLD & BARREL TOOL

Iron scissor-type mold to cast a lead round ball for revolvers.  Measures approximately 3.5” long overall. Single cavity mold with spout. Sprue cutter is formed between the two handles. Cavity… (1164-46). Learn More »

RARE SMALL IRON TRIGGERGUARD COLT M1851 NAVY CUT FOR 2ND MODEL SHOULDER STOCK- ONLY 50 MADE

RARE SMALL IRON TRIGGERGUARD COLT M1851 NAVY CUT FOR 2ND MODEL SHOULDER STOCK- ONLY 50 MADE

Current scholarship classifies Colt M1851 Navies with iron triggerguards outside the older, but still useful, model designations pioneered by Swayze. Jordan and Geri break them down into the small… (1142-73). Learn More »

AN ORIGINAL SWEDISH MODEL 1815 DOG LOCK MUSKET

AN ORIGINAL SWEDISH MODEL 1815 DOG LOCK MUSKET

This is an original Swedish Model 1815 Dog Lock Musket of about .75 caliber. A "Dog Lock" is a flintlock with a lever catch on the lock plate that engages the hammer at half cock. This acts as a… (766-1714). Learn More »

SECOND MODEL MERRILL CARBINE

SECOND MODEL MERRILL CARBINE

This untouched example of the second model Merrill cavalry carbine rates good for condition. This is the standard configuration of some 4,100 Merrill carbines delivered from August 1863 to July 1864,… (172-5770). 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 »

IDENTIFIED M1861 SPRINGFIELD - MUNROE ELLISON 161st NEW YORK

IDENTIFIED M1861 SPRINGFIELD - MUNROE ELLISON 161st NEW YORK

This rifle saw a lot of action and campaigning in the western theatre and is a nice example of a Civil War veteran’s rifle musket, brought home and later inscribed to commemorate his service. The… (2021-698). Learn More »

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 »

$1,795.00
Originally $1,995.00

MINTY MAYNARD CARBINE

MINTY MAYNARD CARBINE

This is a very pretty example of the regulation, military issue Second Model Maynard cavalry carbine in excellent condition. This is the standard configuration, manufactured without patch box or… (218-551). Learn More »

$3,095.00
Originally $3,500.00

CONFEDERATE USED, C.S. ORDNANCE “CLEANED AND REPAIRED” 1862 DATED RIFLE MUSKET

CONFEDERATE USED, C.S. ORDNANCE “CLEANED AND REPAIRED” 1862 DATED RIFLE MUSKET

This rifle musket shows it saw service and on the bottom of the stock forward of the triggerguard bears a “Q” final inspection stamp of the Confederate Cleaning and Recovery (“C&R”)… (172-5547). Learn More »

VERY ATTRACTIVE ORIGINAL M1816 TYPE III SPRINGFIELD FLINTLOCK MUSKET DATED 1836

VERY ATTRACTIVE ORIGINAL M1816 TYPE III SPRINGFIELD FLINTLOCK MUSKET DATED 1836

Longarm is an original M1816, dated 1836 made by the arsenal at Springfield. All metal parts are bright and show little if any signs of use. Barrel has been lightly cleaned but the wood stock appears… (1052-92). 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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