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NEW MODEL 1863 SHARPS CARBINE IDENTIFIED TO TROOPER IN 17TH ILLINOIS CAVALRY

NEW MODEL 1863 SHARPS CARBINE IDENTIFIED TO TROOPER IN 17TH ILLINOIS CAVALRY

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… (22-25). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE TEXAS HALL CARBINE

CONFEDERATE TEXAS HALL CARBINE

In 1839, 1,000 Model 1836 carbines were ordered from Harpers Ferry. These guns, known as “Type II” Model 1836s, included some minor changes from the earlier Model 1836 carbines. These 1,000… (88-137). Learn More »

$8,950.00
ON HOLD

SMITH CAVALRY CARBINE BY THE MASS. ARMS COMPANY

SMITH CAVALRY CARBINE BY THE MASS. ARMS COMPANY

This follows the standard configuration of the second model Smith, introduced about August 1863, eliminating sling swivels on the barrel band and buttstock in favor of a conventional side bar and… (362-993). 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 »

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 »

GALLAGER SECOND MODEL RIMFIRE CARBINE

GALLAGER SECOND MODEL RIMFIRE CARBINE

Invented by South Carolinian Mahlon J. Gallager, these carbines were widely used by northern cavalry in the Civil War with manufacturer Richardson and Overman delivering 17,728 percussion carbines on… (998-65). Learn More »

AMERICAN MACHINE WORKS SMITH CARBINE MADE IN 1864

AMERICAN MACHINE WORKS SMITH CARBINE MADE IN 1864

This Smith carbine rates very good or better for condition with at least 30 percent original finish, good lettering and numbers, and a nice fit, good finish, and color to the wood. The barrel is… (2022-379). Learn More »

VERY NICE SPORTING MODEL MAYNARD PERCUSSION CARBINE WITH MATCHING NUMBERED RIFLE AND SHOTGUN BARRELS

VERY NICE SPORTING MODEL MAYNARD PERCUSSION CARBINE WITH MATCHING NUMBERED RIFLE AND SHOTGUN BARRELS

This nice-looking Maynard comes with both its .36 caliber rifle barrel and 20-gauge shotgun barrel, both 26-inches long, covered with lots of original blue finish and both numbered 13211 to match the… (490-3054). Learn More »

ORIGINAL SMITH CARBINE IN VERY FINE CONDITION

ORIGINAL SMITH CARBINE IN VERY FINE CONDITION

Invented and patented by a medical physician named Gilbert Smith of Buttermilk Falls, New York in late 1855, here is an original Civil War Smith carbine in very fine condition used by Union forces… (516-70). Learn More »

$2,600.00
Originally $3,250.00

EXCELLENT CIVIL WAR TYPE II GWYN & CAMPBELL CARBINE

EXCELLENT CIVIL WAR TYPE II GWYN & CAMPBELL CARBINE

Presented here, in very good condition, is a Type II Gwyn & Campbell carbine.  One of some 4,000 carbines produced, the .52 caliber, percussion breech-loading Gwyn & Campbell carbine was the… (516-58). Learn More »

$3,360.00
Originally $4,200.00
SOLD

DIRECTIONS FOR USING GREENE’S CARBINE

DIRECTIONS FOR USING GREENE’S CARBINE

We have been lucky enough to acquire two of these scarce instruction sheets for Greene carbines. The carbine was breechloading and Greene’s innovation consisted of a better gas seal, but he obtained… (490-1889). Learn More »

$180.00
Originally $225.00

EXCELLENT LOW SERIAL NUMBER SECOND MODEL SMITH CARBINE

EXCELLENT LOW SERIAL NUMBER SECOND MODEL SMITH CARBINE

This is a very nice-looking Smith with lots of original barrel blue, 90 percent or better, visible case colors on the receiver, vibrant blue on the spring bar, triggerguard and tang, with the barrel… (2022-215). Learn More »

DIRECTIONS FOR USING GREENE’S CARBINE

DIRECTIONS FOR USING GREENE’S CARBINE

Greene carbines are rare on the collector’s market. The carbine was breechloading and his innovation consisted of a better gas seal, but he obtained a US contract in the late 1850s for only two… (490-1888). Learn More »

$180.00
Originally $225.00

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 »

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

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 »

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… (1117-200). Learn More »


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M1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO CAPT. EDWIN A. WOOD, CO. A, 51ST MASSACHUSETTS

Manufactured: Unknown Maker: Unknown Year: 1862 Model: Non Regulation Staff & Field Size: 31.00 Condition: VG This sword is classified as non-regulation as it has the full basket minus the “US”.  High grade example with brass guard and… (870-394). Learn More »

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