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LANCASTER COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA SCREW-TIP POWDER HORN

LANCASTER COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA SCREW-TIP POWDER HORN

Dating to the early or mid-nineteenth century, this horn has the typical flat-topped base plug with coiled rope molding associated with Lancaster and rather simple screw tip spout. The base and spout… (480-218). Learn More »

$750.00
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54-GAUGE (~.44 CAL.) BRASS TWO-CAVITY KERR BULLET MOLD

54-GAUGE (~.44 CAL.) BRASS TWO-CAVITY KERR BULLET MOLD

This is a 54-gauge (approx. .44 cal.) two cavity bullet mold for the Kerr Patent Revolver. The mold halves are brass with a steel sprue cutter, screw, and pins. The mold is 7” in overall length,… (1146-63). Learn More »

PUBLIC PROPERTY MARKED POWDER FLASK

PUBLIC PROPERTY MARKED POWDER FLASK

These flasks were made for use with military rifles, particularly the 1817 Common Rifle, but could be used with the Hall or any of the older patterns still in service. Producing hollow-body copper… (286-1065). Learn More »

.58 CALIBER WILLIAMS PATENT “CLEANER” CARTRIDGE – BLUE PAPER

.58 CALIBER WILLIAMS PATENT “CLEANER” CARTRIDGE – BLUE PAPER

This is an original cartridge containing a .58 caliber, Williams, Type III bullet.  Patented and manufactured by Elijah D. Williams.  Williams’ patent called for the use of zinc washers and a pin… (149-31). 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 »

PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE TOMPION

PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE TOMPION

A very nice example of the Enfield rifle tompion. These were issued with the caliber .577 rifles to be inserted into the muzzles to protect against moisture and dirt from getting into the barrel.… (1052-44). Learn More »

“EAGLE” POWDER FLASK FOR REVOLVERS

“EAGLE” POWDER FLASK FOR REVOLVERS

This small flask is for the Colt pocket model or similar revolvers. Measures approximately 4.5” tall x 2” at widest point. Front features the American eagle with shield, thirteen stars, and with… (1107-150). 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 »

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… (2021-514). Learn More »

$30.00
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FULL PACK OF .36 CALIBER CARTRIDGES FOR “NAVY OR BELT PISTOL”

FULL PACK OF .36 CALIBER CARTRIDGES FOR “NAVY OR BELT PISTOL”

An original full package of .36 caliber paper cartridges in excellent condition. “For Remington’s, Colt’s, & other Navy or Belt Pistols.” The cartridges are sealed in a pasteboard box that… (1052-48). Learn More »

$495.00
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METALLIC CARTRIDGE PRIMER TIN – 500 BERDAN PRIMERS FOR CANDLE PRACTICE

METALLIC CARTRIDGE PRIMER TIN – 500 BERDAN PRIMERS FOR CANDLE PRACTICE

This tin originally contained 500 primers; empty now. These are extra strength primers used for candle practice only. These were manufactured by Union Metallic Cartridge Company in Bridgeport,… (2021-498). Learn More »

NICE POCKET OR CASE POWDER FLASK FOR REVOLVER

NICE POCKET OR CASE POWDER FLASK FOR REVOLVER

This is an excellent small flask for a pocket revolver. It is unmarked, but typical of those sold with .31 and .32 caliber revolvers. The spout is non-adjustable. The thumbpiece and spring are… (30-2233). Learn More »

ELEGANT FLYING EAGLE POCKET REVOLVER POWDER FLASK

ELEGANT FLYING EAGLE POCKET REVOLVER POWDER FLASK

This is a scarce flask and one of the most beautiful: an eagle in flight crosses to the viewer’s right with an E PLURIBUS UNUM ribbon in its beak and a United States shield at bottom. See, Riling… (30-2232). 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 »

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 »

.42 CALIBER CUPFIRE CARTRIDGE

.42 CALIBER CUPFIRE CARTRIDGE

Willard Ellis and John White patented this cartridge in 1859.  This copper cartridge held the priming compound within the bottom edge of the “cup” in order to circumvent Smith & Wesson’s… (2020-839). 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 »

MAYNARD CARBINE COMBINATION TOOL

MAYNARD CARBINE COMBINATION TOOL

In addition to devising a tape priming system, Dr. Edward Maynard patented a breech-loading carbine that was very well regarded. Lowering the triggerguard raised the breech for insertion of a metallic… (1052-09). Learn More »

MAGAZINE FOR THE MODEL 1917 SAVAGE PISTOL

MAGAZINE FOR THE MODEL 1917 SAVAGE PISTOL

Magazine is blued over three-quarters of its length and is very clean. Interior spring is strong. There are no visible markings.  [ad] [ph:L] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH… (2020-102). Learn More »

.35 CALIBER MAYNARD CARTRIDGE

.35 CALIBER MAYNARD CARTRIDGE

Dr. Edward Maynard held patent #22,565 dated January 11, 1859.  By this patent, cartridge cases for the Maynard carbine were made of drawn brass to form a tube with a closed end.  A brass disk was… (490-1996). Learn More »


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FANTASTIC GOLD-MOUNTED APPOMATTOX WOOD CARVED PIPE WITH CASE – 12TH WEST VIRGINIA INFANTRY

The day after Generals Grant and Lee met to arrange the surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia the two Generals met again for a brief time under an apple tree and when the meeting was over soldiers descended on the tree taking parts of it as… (30-2205). Learn More »

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