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LEATHER SADDLE HOLSTERS FOR THE COLT DRAGOON REVOLVER

LEATHER SADDLE HOLSTERS FOR THE COLT DRAGOON REVOLVER

Black leather saddle holsters for the large and heavy Colt Dragoon pistols. Overall, the leather is in good condition but the yoke between the holsters shows heavy surface finish loss. Each side of… (490-2779). Learn More »

"DUG" .58 CALIBER RIFLE MUSKET CARTRIDGE BY JOHNSON & DOW

"DUG" .58 CALIBER RIFLE MUSKET CARTRIDGE BY JOHNSON & DOW

Johnson & Dow received patents #33,393, #34,061, and #35,687 dated October 1, 1861, January 7, and June 24, 1862 for their cartridges. Using paper or fabric that was treated to make it… (490-2889). Learn More »

VERY SCARCE .45 CALIBER TEATFIRE CARTRIDGE

VERY SCARCE .45 CALIBER TEATFIRE CARTRIDGE

Cartridge for large .45 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… (490-1985). Learn More »

$280.00
Originally $350.00

EARLY POWDER MEASURE FOR PENNSYLVANIA/KENTUCKY RIFLES

EARLY POWDER MEASURE FOR PENNSYLVANIA/KENTUCKY RIFLES

Early hand-made powder measure for long hunting rifles. Measures 4.25" long overall with the tube being 4" long by 3/8" in diameter.  A nice accessory for a long rifle. [jet]… (490-2896). Learn More »

SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1 ½ SECOND ISSUE REVOLVER

SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1 ½ SECOND ISSUE REVOLVER

Manufactured between 1868 and 1875 this revolver is a 5 shot .32 weapon. Barrel is 3.50 inches long with a very strong maker’s stamp on top of barrel. Bore has good rifling and is clean. Cylinder is… (G3633). Learn More »

$650.00
Originally $795.00
ON HOLD

“SLIM JIM” HOLSTER FOR REVOLVER

“SLIM JIM” HOLSTER FOR REVOLVER

This is a nice brown leather “Slim Jim” holster for M1851 and M1861 Colt Navy conversions. Holster body is one piece sewn down the back seam. Stitching remains strong and unbroken. Geometric… (1142-128). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR IMPORT AUSTRIAN/PIEDMONT-SARDINIA/LIEGE MUSKETOON

CIVIL WAR IMPORT AUSTRIAN/PIEDMONT-SARDINIA/LIEGE MUSKETOON

This nice looking imported musketoon likely arrived in the U.S. courtesy of American purchasing agents scouring Europe for arms in 1861 and 1862. This is smoothbore, .70 caliber, with an overall… (998-27). Learn More »

SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1 ½ SECOND ISSUE REVOLVER ID’D TO A LIEUTENANT WILLIAM GREEN

SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1 ½ SECOND ISSUE REVOLVER ID’D TO A LIEUTENANT WILLIAM GREEN

Manufactured between 1868 and 1875 this revolver is a 5 shot .32 weapon. Barrel is 3.50 inches long with a very strong maker’s stamp on top of barrel. Bore has faint rifling and several spots of… (490-1657). Learn More »

WWII HOLSTER FOR JAPANESE NAMBU PISTOL

WWII HOLSTER FOR JAPANESE NAMBU PISTOL

This is a very nice original WWII Issue holster for the Japanese Nambu type 14 semi-automatic pistol. This is constructed of thick rubberized canvas with a hard shell outer flap which covers the… (362-958). Learn More »

PRE-WAR SOUTH CAROLINA MILITIA CAVALRY PISTOL: MARKED US MODEL 1816 FLINTLOCK PISTOL BY NORTH, FIRST TYPE

PRE-WAR SOUTH CAROLINA MILITIA CAVALRY PISTOL: MARKED US MODEL 1816 FLINTLOCK PISTOL BY NORTH, FIRST TYPE

This is a good example of the US Model 1816 pistol by Simeon North with the first type lock markings and is clearly stamped along the top of the barrel near the breech S. CAROLINA, indicating it went… (766-1740). Learn More »

WOODEN CRATE FOR SHARPS CARBINES DATED AUGUST 1876

WOODEN CRATE FOR SHARPS CARBINES DATED AUGUST 1876

Wooden shipping crate for 10 sharps carbines. Crate is missing the lid but is marked on one end with a clear date of “AUGUST 1876.” The same edge has some faint markings that look to read “10… (172-5755). Learn More »

EXTREMELY SCARCE HARPERS FERRY .58 CALIBER GANG MOLD FOUND AT GETTYSBURG

EXTREMELY SCARCE HARPERS FERRY .58 CALIBER GANG MOLD FOUND AT GETTYSBURG

This is a complete Harpers Ferry gang mold for .58 caliber Minie balls that is not only extremely scarce on its own, but has a good Gettysburg provenance, having been picked up after the battle by a… (172-5762). Learn More »

REMINGTON BEALS NAVY REVOLVER – EARLY THIRD TYPE

REMINGTON BEALS NAVY REVOLVER – EARLY THIRD TYPE

This Remington Beals .36 caliber Navy Revolver is serial number 4102, dating it to about November 1861. Production ran to about 15,000 from 1860 to 1862. The government ended up with about 12,500 of… (2021-1173). Learn More »

$1,295.00
ON HOLD

CONFEDERATE CAPTURED AND COLLECTED LG&Y SPECIAL MODEL 1861 DATED 1864

CONFEDERATE CAPTURED AND COLLECTED LG&Y SPECIAL MODEL 1861 DATED 1864

This Special Model 1861 Contract Rifle-Musket by Lamson, Goodnow and Yale, is dated 1864 and bears the S-mark of a Confederate inspector working in the cleaning and repair system set up to reissue… (490-2622). Learn More »

SPRINGFIELD M1840 U.S. FLINTLOCK MUSKET ALTERED TO PERCUSSION

SPRINGFIELD M1840 U.S. FLINTLOCK MUSKET ALTERED TO PERCUSSION

This is a nice specimen of a Model1840 U.S. flintlock musket altered to percussion. The M1840 flintlock was the last standard production model flintlock longarm made. Often referred to as the Model… (172-3883). Learn More »

$3,150.00
Originally $3,500.00
SOLD

.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 »

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 »


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WINCHESTER MODEL 1866 RIFLE MADE IN 1876

Winchester made about 170,000 .44 caliber Model ‘66s in various configurations starting in 1866, when they overlapped with the last Henry rifles. Production ceased in 1884, but parts remained on hand and the last left the factory only in 1898. This… (169-479). Learn More »

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