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DIXON & SON MARKED POWDER FLASK

DIXON & SON MARKED POWDER FLASK

This is a pretty powder flask with an adjustable spout and brown lacquered body impressed with a basket weave design on the faces and leaves curling up on either edge, with small brass suspension… (1184-74). Learn More »

HAWKSLEY MARKED POWDER FLASK

HAWKSLEY MARKED POWDER FLASK

Good condition, plain body powder flask with prominent edge seam and adjustable spout measured in drams. Stamped “G.& J.W. HAWKSLEY / SHEFFIELD” on the top of the collar. Constructed with… (1184-71). Learn More »

WILMOT’S PATENT RIFLE MUSKET TOMPION

WILMOT’S PATENT RIFLE MUSKET TOMPION

This rifle tompion is in very good condition. Tompions were placed in the muzzle of a weapon to keep dirt and moisture out of the barrel. Constructed of brass with cork and wool, this was for the .58… (2022-2755). Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

WOOD TOMPION FOR .58 CALIBER MUSKET

WOOD TOMPION FOR .58 CALIBER MUSKET

Turned wood tompion for the .58 caliber musket. This was used to plug the barrel of the weapon at the muzzle to keep moisture and dirt from getting in the bore. Measures 2.75” long with turned knob… (2022-2758). Learn More »

$50.00
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HINGED CLIP WITH TWO .56 CAL. BILLINGHURST & REQUA CARTRIDGES

HINGED CLIP WITH TWO .56 CAL. BILLINGHURST & REQUA CARTRIDGES

Offered here is a rare hinged clip for the Billinghurst-Requa Battery Gun. This is a 36” long piece that was made to hold 25 cartridges at once. Its condition is good with only some light surface… (2022-2886). Learn More »

RARE 15 MM PINFIRE CARTRIDGE

RARE 15 MM PINFIRE CARTRIDGE

Pinfire cartridge for 15mm revolvers and carbines. Lead bullet in a copper cartridge case. The gun’s hammer struck a rigid wire or “pin” extending from the case. The pin, in turn, set off a… (2022-2821). Learn More »

$65.00
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“COLT’S PATENT” MOLD FOR .36 CAL. BULLETS

“COLT’S PATENT” MOLD FOR .36 CAL. BULLETS

Here is a good, clean iron mold for Navy revolvers (.36 caliber). Two cavity type; one round ball, one conical ball. Typical Civil War-era mold marked “Colt’s Patent” on top of sprue cutter.… (1184-61). Learn More »

CENTRAL VIRGINIA POWDER HORN

CENTRAL VIRGINIA POWDER HORN

This powder horn uses a flat base plug secured to the body with brass tacks and mounts a simple brass finial for a strap or cord. The body is solid, with no cracks or wormholes and shows as a… (1184-76). Learn More »

TOMPION FOR BURNSIDE CARBINE

TOMPION FOR BURNSIDE CARBINE

A wood tompion for a cavalryman’s .54 caliber Burnside carbine. This has the characteristic ball top, pointed tip, and cruciform slotted body of the Burnside tompions. They are occasionally seen in… (490-3945). Learn More »

EARLY 4-CAVITY GANG MOLD FOR .69 CALIBER ROUND BALLS

EARLY 4-CAVITY GANG MOLD FOR .69 CALIBER ROUND BALLS

Offered here is an early round ball gang mold. Made of iron this mold measures approximately 10.5” long overall. Hinged at one end, the mold opens to show four cavities to cast .69 caliber round… (490-3878). Learn More »

HAWKSLEY POWDER FLASK

HAWKSLEY POWDER FLASK

This has a wonderful profusion of design elements that seems to combine rococo foliate C-scrolls symmetrically arranged with some geometric ornaments- something in the “too much is not enough”… (1184-75). Learn More »

HAWKSLEY POWDER FLASK

HAWKSLEY POWDER FLASK

A nicely decorated sportsman’s powder flask decorated in two panels with a hunting dog at top and the hunter’s prey at bottom: two stags with prominent antlers standing over a row of five less… (1184-73). Learn More »

.41 CALIBER “SWISS” RIMFIRE CARTRIDGE

.41 CALIBER “SWISS” RIMFIRE CARTRIDGE

The .41 caliber “Swiss” cartridge is a 10.54mm rimfire rifle cartridge. This specimen has a copper case with a “U” headstamp. Round-nosed lead bullet features two grooves. The most… (2022-923). Learn More »

US MODEL 1855 MAINSPRING VICE

US MODEL 1855 MAINSPRING VICE

Tool used for removing the mainspring from the lock. Very good condition. Operates properly.  [ad] [PH:L] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB… (179-1173). Learn More »

$93.00
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POCKET PISTOL FLASK

POCKET PISTOL FLASK

This elegant pistol flask was likely made by the American Hard Rubber Company in the 1850s and is marked in fine letters near the neck, “Goodyear’s Patent May 6, 185[1.]” The final digit being… (1184-64). Learn More »

DEVELOPMENT OF THE PAPER-WRAPPED MUSKET CARTRIDGE IN COLONIAL AMERICA, 1640-1841

DEVELOPMENT OF THE PAPER-WRAPPED MUSKET CARTRIDGE IN COLONIAL AMERICA, 1640-1841

Brown, Rodger. 2022.  Hardback, 6 x 9 ¾”. 96 pages; numerous b&w photos and illustrations. During the Revolutionary War, both armies in the conflict were armed with muzzleloading smoothbore… (ST501205). Learn More »

SMALL HUNTER’S POWDER HORN

SMALL HUNTER’S POWDER HORN

This horn dates roughly 1820-1850. It is a plain, working powder horn only about 5 ¼ inches long, a size sometimes thought to be just for priming powder for a flintlock, but convenient enough to be… (1184-79). Learn More »

SMALL HUNTER’S POWDER HORN

SMALL HUNTER’S POWDER HORN

This horn dates roughly 1820-1850. It is a plain, working powder horn only about 5 3/4 inches long, a convenient size for pocket or hunting bag. Sometimes considered a small horn just for priming… (1184-77). Learn More »

COLT ARMY .44 CALIBER BULLET MOLD MARKED 44H

COLT ARMY .44 CALIBER BULLET MOLD MARKED 44H

A bullet mold for Colt’s 1860 Army Revolver. This model of Colt became a standard issue army sidearm and some 200,000 of were made from 1860 through 1873 for the military and civilian market.… (490-3208). Learn More »

.31 CALIBER BULLET MOLD FOR COLT 1849 POCKET REVOLVER

.31 CALIBER BULLET MOLD FOR COLT 1849 POCKET REVOLVER

Marking: “Colt Patent.” Two cavity type; one round ball, one conical ball. Integral sprue cutter is attached at the hinge pin. Made of brass. Exhibits considerable nicks on outer sides. Mold… (490-3210). Learn More »


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ELABORATE PRESENTATION GRADE OFFICER’S SWORD WITH SCABBARD INSCRIBED TO CAPTAIN AUGUSTUS HOELZLE OF BATTERY K ARTILLERY OF THE 1ST DIVISION OF THE NATIONAL GUARD OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK

This sword was probably sold by Schuyler, Hartley & Graham of New York. The pattern is pictured in their 1864 catalogue in figures 13 and 16. Rather than have a standard blade, the lightly curved 32 inch blade has "B.K." (Battery K) on the left… (870-447). Learn More »

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