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SHARPS AND HANKINS NAVY CARBINE

SHARPS AND HANKINS NAVY CARBINE

This is a good example of the single-shot, breech-loading .52 Caliber rimfire Sharps and Hankins Navy Carbine, also known as the Second Model or Model 1862, complete, all original, and showing some… (1224-01). Learn More »

ATTIC CONDITION UNRESTORED SHARPS NEW MODEL 1863 CAVALRY CARBINE

ATTIC CONDITION UNRESTORED SHARPS NEW MODEL 1863 CAVALRY CARBINE

This untouched, unrestored attic condition Civil War Sharps carbine is typical of the finds we used to make years ago in the attics of veterans or their families. It shows wear and field use, is… (622-433). Learn More »

$2,450.00
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IDENTIFIED 3rd NEW YORK CAVALRY SHARPS AND HANKINS CAVALRY MODEL CARBINE

IDENTIFIED 3rd NEW YORK CAVALRY SHARPS AND HANKINS CAVALRY MODEL CARBINE

This scarce 19-inch barrel Sharps and Hankins cavalry carbine, serial #3337, is listed in the descriptive book of Company A, 3rd NY Cavalry, as belonging to Charles W. Emerson, who served as private,… (1236-02). Learn More »

$3,500.00
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CIVIL WAR FIRST MODEL, FIRST CONTRACT, WARNER CARBINE SERIAL #113

CIVIL WAR FIRST MODEL, FIRST CONTRACT, WARNER CARBINE SERIAL #113

The Warner is an attractive brass frame carbine- in fact, the only brass frame carbine purchased by the U.S. during the war. This is a very good example of the First Model Warner, delivered in 1864,… (172-5980). Learn More »

$6,250.00
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NEW MODEL 1859 SHARPS CARBINE

NEW MODEL 1859 SHARPS CARBINE

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… (1099-36). Learn More »

ORIGINAL SMITH CARBINE IN VERY NICE CONDITION

ORIGINAL SMITH CARBINE IN VERY NICE CONDITION

Invented and patented by Gilbert Smith of Buttermilk Falls, New York in late 1855, here is an original Civil War Smith carbine in super condition. This single-shot, percussion shortarm is a .50… (1121-09). Learn More »

NICE GALLAGER CARBINE

NICE GALLAGER CARBINE

Gallager carbines saw extensive use during the Civil War. The 22 ¼” round barrel has flip up rear sight and heavy blade front sight. Surface is smooth with scattered mottling and retains some… (490-3710). Learn More »

BURNSIDE 5TH MODEL CARBINE, CONFEDERATE “CLEANED & REPAIRED”

BURNSIDE 5TH MODEL CARBINE, CONFEDERATE “CLEANED & REPAIRED”

This is the Burnside single shot percussion carbine, Model 1864, aka "5th model". It is a .54 caliber carbine manufactured by the Burnside Rifle Co., in Providence, Rhode Island. General Ambrose… (362-1163). Learn More »

FINE-PLUS CONDITION NEW MODEL 1859 SHARPS CARBINE

FINE-PLUS CONDITION NEW MODEL 1859 SHARPS CARBINE

This Sharps rates Fine+ for condition. It is complete, with all original parts, over 30 percent original finish including full barrel coverage of blue turned plum, matching on the barrel band, sharp… (302-114). Learn More »

$5,500.00
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MODEL 1847 ARTILLERY MUSKETOON

MODEL 1847 ARTILLERY MUSKETOON

This is the Model 1847 “Artillery” Musketoon, produced by the Springfield Armory circa 1848 to 1859, with a total production of 3,359. The musket is a .69 caliber, smoothbore, single-shot… (490-4627). Learn More »

$2,500.00
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SHARPS AND HANKINS NAVY CARBINE

SHARPS AND HANKINS NAVY CARBINE

This is very good example of the single-shot, breech-loading .52 Caliber rimfire Sharps and Hankins Navy Carbine, also known as the Model 1862, complete, all original, with a crisp action, clean and… (172-5792). Learn More »

SMITH CAVALRY CARBINE BY THE MASS. ARMS COMPANY

SMITH CAVALRY CARBINE BY THE MASS. ARMS COMPANY

This Smith carbine has lots of original blue on the barrel and some good case color on the left frame with crisp markings:  “MANUFACTURED BY / MASS. ARMS CO / CHICOPEE FALLS. ” forward, and… (490-3788). 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 »

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 »

FINE, ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR 2nd MODEL MERRILL CARBINE

FINE, ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR 2nd MODEL MERRILL CARBINE

This original, breech-loading carbine, is one of only some 14,500 weapons produced by H. Merrill of Baltimore, MD. The cavalry shortarm is a wartime example of the Second Type Merrill carbine with a… (172-3352). Learn More »


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PIECE OF WOOD FROM THE ROOM IN THE WHITE HOUSE WHERE LINCOLN SIGNED THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION

“A piece of wood from the White House where President Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation and usd (sic) as a private office by the Presidents since Jefferson’s time. Presented to Genl. W. J. Palmer by his friend and Comrade Col. W.M.… (945-297). Learn More »

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