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NEAR EXCELLENT CONDITION CIVIL WAR MOORE .32 CAL. RIMFIRE REVOLVER

NEAR EXCELLENT CONDITION CIVIL WAR MOORE .32 CAL. RIMFIRE REVOLVER

The pistol is in exceptional condition and rates near excellent. It is complete and all original, with close to 80 percent finish, crisp numbers and lettering, and unmarred wood grips with good color,… (490-4143). Learn More »

$1,850.00
ON HOLD

CIVIL WAR MOORE .32 CAL. RIMFIRE REVOLVER, NUMBER “88”!

CIVIL WAR MOORE .32 CAL. RIMFIRE REVOLVER, NUMBER “88”!

Chambering seven waterproof, self-contained, rimfire .32 caliber cartridges, the Moore was a popular privately purchased revolver in the Civil War with production estimated at 5,000 to 8,000 guns from… (490-4144). Learn More »

SMITH AND WESSON No. 2 ARMY REVOLVER ID’D BY CARVING TO C.W. KNIFFIN, LIEUTENANT 49th MASS, WIA PORT HUDSON

SMITH AND WESSON No. 2 ARMY REVOLVER ID’D BY CARVING TO C.W. KNIFFIN, LIEUTENANT 49th MASS, WIA PORT HUDSON

This is a good example of the Smith and Wesson Number 2 Army Revolver, a model made from 1861 to 1874, and very popular from its use of self-contained, waterproof rimfire cartridges. The army… (2022-982). Learn More »

PRE-WAR SOUTH CAROLINA MILITIA CAVALRY PISTOL: MARKED US MODEL 1816 FLINTLOCK PISTOL BY NORTH, FIRST TYPE

PRE-WAR SOUTH CAROLINA MILITIA CAVALRY PISTOL: MARKED US MODEL 1816 FLINTLOCK PISTOL BY NORTH, FIRST TYPE

This is a good example of the US Model 1816 pistol by Simeon North with the first type lock markings and is clearly stamped along the top of the barrel near the breech S. CAROLINA, indicating it went… (766-1740). Learn More »

$2,750.00
Originally $3,200.00

LEFAUCHEUX PINFIRE REVOLVER

LEFAUCHEUX PINFIRE REVOLVER

Lefaucheux pin-fire revolver in fair condition. Handgun was designed and produced by the highly acclaimed inventor of European firearms, Eugene Lefaucheux. Referred to as the Model 1854, the… (772-07). Learn More »

MASS. ARMS CO. WESSON & LEVETT BELT REVOLVER, IDENTIFIED TO 12TH MASS. SOLDIER WOUNDED AT ANTIETAM & FREDERICKSBURG, CAPTURED AT GETTYSBURG, DIED IN PRISON

MASS. ARMS CO. WESSON & LEVETT BELT REVOLVER, IDENTIFIED TO 12TH MASS. SOLDIER WOUNDED AT ANTIETAM & FREDERICKSBURG, CAPTURED AT GETTYSBURG, DIED IN PRISON

Offered here is a novel hand gun produced by the Massachusetts Arms Company in Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts. This company was forced to redesign their revolvers after losing a patent infringement… (1179-107). Learn More »

$6,000.00
ON HOLD

MODEL 1849 COLT POCKET REVOLVER WITH ENGRAVED PRESENTATION

MODEL 1849 COLT POCKET REVOLVER WITH ENGRAVED PRESENTATION

Presented here is a classic Colt cap and ball revolver commonly referred to as the 1849 Pocket Model. This personal sidearm, in good original condition overall, features a 6” long, octagonal barrel… (490-3164). Learn More »

MODEL 1836 FLINTLOCK PISTOL BY JOHNSON DATED 1842

MODEL 1836 FLINTLOCK PISTOL BY JOHNSON DATED 1842

This is a crisp example of the .54 caliber U.S. Model 1836 flintlock pistol in near excellent condition. The lock plate markings are sharp: US. / R. JOHNSON / MIDDN CONN / 1842 with just the bottom of… (490-3430). Learn More »

NICE .42 CALIBER PLANT “CUPFIRE” REVOLVER

NICE .42 CALIBER PLANT “CUPFIRE” REVOLVER

These interesting revolvers were made at the Plant Manufacturing Company in New Haven, CT. Merwin & Bray where the company’s agents and financiers. This is a Plant revolver, second model, with… (1099-24). Learn More »

BLUED SMITH & WESSON NO. 2 ARMY REVOLVER

BLUED SMITH & WESSON NO. 2 ARMY REVOLVER

This is a Smith & Wesson, No. 2, Old Model Army Revolver. It is a .32 caliber, six-shot revolver with a 5” octagonal barrel and rosewood handles. Post-Civil War serial number of 39070.… (1179-103). Learn More »

AMERICAN BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PEPPERBOX ARMS

AMERICAN BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PEPPERBOX ARMS

By Jack Dunlap. Pacific PB Books, Palo Alto, CA., 1964. [Reissue 1967]. 279pp, figures & ills, dust jacket.  In gray glazed cloth, 11.25 x 8.5, w/red cover ornament and black cover and spine… (1032-130). Learn More »

BACON NAVY MODEL REVOLVER

BACON NAVY MODEL REVOLVER

Revolver was produced by the Bacon Manufacturing Company of Norwich, Connecticut during the early 1860’s. An estimated 900 were made. Weapon is a six-shot, .38 rimfire with a 7.50 inch octagon… (160-35). Learn More »

VERY NICE SPUR-TRIGGER BACON ARMS CO. POCKET REVOLVER

VERY NICE SPUR-TRIGGER BACON ARMS CO. POCKET REVOLVER

This first model Bacon Pocket Model rates excellent for condition. The metal is smooth throughout and the barrel, loading assembly, hammer and cylinder have lots of blue finish remaining. The screw… (218-578). Learn More »

$1,695.00
Originally $1,795.00

PRESENTATION SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1 PRESENTED TO MATTHEW WATERS OF THE 18th MAINE INFANTRY & BATTERY D OF THE 1st MAINE HEAVY ARTILLERY

PRESENTATION SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1 PRESENTED TO MATTHEW WATERS OF THE 18th MAINE INFANTRY & BATTERY D OF THE 1st MAINE HEAVY ARTILLERY

Here we have a killer Smith & Wesson Model 1 Second Issue. Although this seven-shot revolver has seen much use, it’s seen the trials and tribulations of a soldier in the defenses of Washington,… (490-2969). Learn More »

SILVER-MOUNTED QUEEN ANNE TURN-OFF BARREL PISTOL BY NATHANIEL TREVEY CA. 1740-50

SILVER-MOUNTED QUEEN ANNE TURN-OFF BARREL PISTOL BY NATHANIEL TREVEY CA. 1740-50

Using a truncated stock not extending past the lock and a barrel fitted with a lug at the bottom breech to allow it to be unscrewed for loading, these pistols became popular in the reign of Queen Anne… (490-3434). Learn More »

FIRST MODEL ALLEN AND WHEELOCK .32 CALIBER SIDEHAMMER RIMFIRE REVOLVER

FIRST MODEL ALLEN AND WHEELOCK .32 CALIBER SIDEHAMMER RIMFIRE REVOLVER

This is a good early production example of this .32 rimfire revolver, made from 1859 to 1862, that was made before the addition of the “July 3, 1860” date on the right frame and still has a strong… (1052-235). Learn More »

$595.00
ON HOLD

QUEEN ANNE STYLE TURN-OFF BARREL PISTOL BY GRIFFIN AND TOW, CA 1772-82

QUEEN ANNE STYLE TURN-OFF BARREL PISTOL BY GRIFFIN AND TOW, CA 1772-82

This is very nice Revolutionary War period “turn-off” barrel side-lock pistol marked by “Griffin & Tow” in an arc over a Rococo floral scroll on the barrel breech at top, and “London”… (490-3432). Learn More »

TRUE “PEANUT” DERRINGER BY SLOTTER OF PHILADELPHIA

TRUE “PEANUT” DERRINGER BY SLOTTER OF PHILADELPHIA

This is a very pretty and elaborately decorated fraudulent peanut Derringer made by one of Henry Deringer’s more successful imitators, Slotter and Company of Philadelphia, who supplied these pistols… (30-2248). Learn More »

REMINGTON NEW MODEL NAVY, 1870s CONVERSION TO .38 RIMFIRE FOR THE COMMERCIAL MARKET IN ABOUT FINE CONDITION

REMINGTON NEW MODEL NAVY, 1870s CONVERSION TO .38 RIMFIRE FOR THE COMMERCIAL MARKET IN ABOUT FINE CONDITION

This revolver is a Remington New Model Navy, serial number 41269 with the additional Remington bench number 449 applied during its alteration to an “Improved Navy Revolver.” The Navy stopped… (490-3034). Learn More »

ADAMS 80 BORE SELF COCKING REVOLVER

ADAMS 80 BORE SELF COCKING REVOLVER

This pistol has no maker, retailer, or patent markings, only two small proof stamps on the underside of the barrel, but follows the general lines of the Adams self-cocking, or double action revolvers… (490-2968). Learn More »


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GREAT LOT OF ACCOUTREMENTS ID'D TO 11TH MASSACHUSETTS BATTERY SOLDIER

This group of items all came together with two wonderful old handwritten tags testifying to the fact that they all belonged to Private James W. Pierce of the 11th Massachusetts Battery. All the items in this group show uniform wear and age and have… (1179-295). Learn More »

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