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RARE CONFEDERATE READ AND WATSON FIRST-TYPE CONVERSION HALL RIFLE

RARE CONFEDERATE READ AND WATSON FIRST-TYPE CONVERSION HALL RIFLE

This is an extremely rare Confederate rifle made from 1862-1863 by the firm of Read and Watson in Danville, Virginia, by altering a .52 caliber Hall M1819 breechloading rifle to a percussion… (172-5738). Learn More »

CLASSIC PRUSSIAN POTSDAM MODEL 1809 PERCUSSION MUSKET

CLASSIC PRUSSIAN POTSDAM MODEL 1809 PERCUSSION MUSKET

This original German longarm is a .72 caliber, Potsdam Model 1809 smoothbore musket in good condition. Musket measures a total length of almost 56.25” with a 41.25” long barrel and has been… (172-5783). Learn More »

VERY FINE ORIGINAL, FIRST TYPE, TWO-TRIGGER FRANK WESSON RIFLE

VERY FINE ORIGINAL, FIRST TYPE, TWO-TRIGGER FRANK WESSON RIFLE

Here is an original, seldom-seen Frank Wesson single-shot breechloader in excellent condition, one of the best that we have handled. This 1st Type, twin-trigger, .44 caliber rimfire, Wesson rifle made… (779-09). Learn More »

ORIGINAL PRE-WAR COLT MODEL 1851 ‘NAVY’ REVOLVER

ORIGINAL PRE-WAR COLT MODEL 1851 ‘NAVY’ REVOLVER

Presented here is a Third Model specimen of an original Colt 1851 Navy Revolver in very good condition. One of the most popular pistols ever produced by Samuel Colt’s firm in Hartford, Connecticut… (779-06). Learn More »

RARE US FIRST CONTRACT COLT M1851 NAVY-NAVY REVOLVER DELIVERED TO NORFOLK 1857 AND RARE USN 1873 COLT RICHARDS-MASON CONVERSION

RARE US FIRST CONTRACT COLT M1851 NAVY-NAVY REVOLVER DELIVERED TO NORFOLK 1857 AND RARE USN 1873 COLT RICHARDS-MASON CONVERSION

This pistol was in the first contract purchase of Colt Navy revolvers by the USN, made in September 1857 and was in the first shipment of 615 revolvers delivered to the Norfolk Navy Yard November 9,… (1142-122). Learn More »

$6,500.00
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SECOND MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE SERIAL #17730

SECOND MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE SERIAL #17730

This is a very good example of the regulation, military issue Second Model Maynard cavalry carbine. The barrel has about 100 percent deep blue finish remaining with good bore and both sights in place.… (2021-769). Learn More »

SCARCE NEW MODEL 1859 SHARPS CARBINE – NAVY PURCHASE

SCARCE NEW MODEL 1859 SHARPS CARBINE – NAVY PURCHASE

The most famous, single-shot, percussion firearm used during the Civil War was the Sharps carbine, a .52 caliber, breechloading firearm invented and patented by Hartford, Connecticut native Christian… (172-5753). Learn More »

NICE 1864 DATED JOHN DICKSON & SON ENFIELD SHORT RIFLE

NICE 1864 DATED JOHN DICKSON & SON ENFIELD SHORT RIFLE

This iron mounted, commercially produced Enfield short rifle is complete, all original, and has nice medium brown color to the wood, lots of barrel blue, crisp markings, and a minty bore.  There were… (1111-06). Learn More »

PAPER WRAPPED PACK OF PERCUSSION CAPS

PAPER WRAPPED PACK OF PERCUSSION CAPS

Typical Civil War-era package of percussion caps.  Wrapped in tan cartridge paper, tied with string at top and folded closed at bottom.  Measures approximately 2 ½” long. One of these was… (172-4576). Learn More »

VERY SCARCE SWAN CONTRACT VIRGINIA MILITIA REGIMENTALLY MARKED MUSKET, CIRCA 1799: COMPANY C, 54th REGIMENT, NORFOLK BOROUGH

VERY SCARCE SWAN CONTRACT VIRGINIA MILITIA REGIMENTALLY MARKED MUSKET, CIRCA 1799: COMPANY C, 54th REGIMENT, NORFOLK BOROUGH

This musket follows the general lines of a British Short Land Pattern musket, but bears no British maker, ordnance, or proof marks. The lock is a two-screw lock with gooseneck hammer, rounded pan and… (1000-0255). Learn More »

OPEN PACKAGE FOR .44 CALIBER CARTRIDGES FOR “REVOLVING HOLSTER PISTOL” WITH BULLETS

OPEN PACKAGE FOR .44 CALIBER CARTRIDGES FOR “REVOLVING HOLSTER PISTOL” WITH BULLETS

An open package for .44 caliber paper cartridges in good condition with five of the original bullets inside. “Expressly For Colt’s Patent Revolving Holster Pistol.” This is the pasteboard box… (286-1019). Learn More »

MODEL 1861 RIFLE MUSKET, BY REMINGTON, DATED 1865

MODEL 1861 RIFLE MUSKET, BY REMINGTON, DATED 1865

This is a Model 1861, .58 caliber, percussion rifle musket in good condition. Produced by E. Remington & Sons, Ilion, New York. Remington produced 40,000 rifles from 1864 to 1866. All gun metal on… (172-5729). Learn More »

VERY LARGE POWDER FLASK BY J. DIXON & SONS, SHEFFIELD

VERY LARGE POWDER FLASK BY J. DIXON & SONS, SHEFFIELD

This very large flask has to have been for shotguns. Constructed with a copper body, with brass top and spout. Measures approximately 11” tall x 5” at widest point. Unadorned body. Thumb tab and… (172-5639). Learn More »

SPECIAL MODEL 1861 BY L.G. & Y. DATED 1864

SPECIAL MODEL 1861 BY L.G. & Y. DATED 1864

The LG&Y musket was a product of the firm of E.G. Lamson, A. F. Goodnow, and B. B. Yale with forging facilities at Windsor, Vermont and machine shops in Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts. This… (1000-179). Learn More »

U.S. NAVY M-1870 REMINGTON HOLSTER MODIFIED FOR USE WITH METALLIC CARTRIDGE REVOLVERS

U.S. NAVY M-1870 REMINGTON HOLSTER MODIFIED FOR USE WITH METALLIC CARTRIDGE REVOLVERS

This small black leather holster was originally made for the M-1870 Remington single shot pistol. Between 1873 and 1889 these holsters were modified at various U.S. Navy yards to accommodate Colt and… (172-5634). Learn More »

$950.00
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POWDER FLASK FOR REVOLVERS

POWDER FLASK FOR REVOLVERS

This flask is for early pocket model revolvers. Constructed with a copper body, with brass top and spout. Measures approximately 6” tall x 2.75” at widest point. Both sides are plain. Thumb tab… (172-5638). Learn More »

BANNERMAN’S WALL PLAQUE WITH FLINT AND PICK & BRUSH

BANNERMAN’S WALL PLAQUE WITH FLINT AND PICK & BRUSH

This is a wood plaque displaying flintlock musket accessories and made to hang on a wall. The folks at Francis Bannerman’s & Sons created wall plaques with various items attached as another way… (172-5626). Learn More »

METROPOLITAN ARMS COMPANY NAVY REVOLVER

METROPOLITAN ARMS COMPANY NAVY REVOLVER

This Navy revolver by the Metropolitan Arms Company is a copy of Colt’s 1851 Navy. Metropolitan started producing these revolvers after Colt’s production was interrupted by a fire in February of… (172-4243). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR FLAP HOLSTER FOR M1849 POCKET MODEL REVOLVER

CIVIL WAR FLAP HOLSTER FOR M1849 POCKET MODEL REVOLVER

This is a black leather holster made for revolvers. The leather still shows the “profile” of a revolver cylinder and barrel. A .31 caliber “pocket” model with long barrel fits into this… (172-5636). Learn More »

THIRD TYPE P.S. JUSTICE MUSKET

THIRD TYPE P.S. JUSTICE MUSKET

The .69 caliber barrel was originally finished brown but is now showing some small scattered light spots where the finish has rubbed off. Barrel surface is free of pitting. The front blade sight is… (142-73). Learn More »


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