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2ND MODEL BACON POCKET REVOLVER

2ND MODEL BACON POCKET REVOLVER

Metal surfaces are gray throughout with moderate scattered spots of oxidation. The .31 barrel is round and meas. approx. 4.00 inches long. Top of the barrel is faintly marked “BACON MFG CO. NORWICH,… (1099-07). Learn More »

POND SINGLE ACTION POCKET REVOLVER

POND SINGLE ACTION POCKET REVOLVER

All metal surfaces are gray with multiple scattered spots of oxidation throughout. Octagon barrel is .32 and is 6.00 inches long with an iron blade front sight. Top flat is strongly marked “L. W.… (1099-05). Learn More »

SMITH & WESSON MODEL NO.2 REVOLVER

SMITH & WESSON MODEL NO.2 REVOLVER

Revolver is .32 rimfire with a barrel that meas. approx. 6.00 inches long. Top of barrel is faintly marked “SMITH & WESSON, SPRINGFIELD, MASS.” Blade type front sight is present at muzzle.… (299-09). Learn More »

METROPOLITAN ARMS COMPANY NAVY REVOLVER

METROPOLITAN ARMS COMPANY NAVY REVOLVER

This Navy revolver by the Metropolitan Arms Company is a copy of Colt’s 1851 Navy. Metropolitan started producing these revolvers after Colt’s production was interrupted by a fire in February of… (172-4243). Learn More »

MARTIALLY MARKED ROGERS & SPENCER REVOLVER IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

MARTIALLY MARKED ROGERS & SPENCER REVOLVER IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

Weapon is .44 with a 7.50 inch octagonal barrel and six-shot round cylinder, hinged type loading lever, full frame and walnut grips. The serial number, 72 matches throughout. The octagonal barrel… (490-1673). Learn More »

SHARPS SHARPS FOUR-BARRELLED PEPPERBOX PISTOL

SHARPS SHARPS FOUR-BARRELLED PEPPERBOX PISTOL

The Sharps four-barrel pepperbox was manufactured in several models and in the tens of thousands from 1859 to 1874. The cleverly designed pistol fired rimfire cartridges loaded by sliding the… (1099-09). Learn More »

REMINGTON “MODEL 1867” NAVY ROLLING BLOCK PISTOL

REMINGTON “MODEL 1867” NAVY ROLLING BLOCK PISTOL

Circa 1870s pistol. Total quantity manufactured is unknown. Recent thinking is that all of the “Model 1867” pistols are actually converted from pre-existing Model 1865 pistols. This is a .50… (490-2431). Learn More »

MODEL 1816 FLINTLOCK BY SIMEON NORTH

MODEL 1816 FLINTLOCK BY SIMEON NORTH

These single shot flintlock pistols were made by the Connecticut firm of Simeon North between 1817-1820. Pistol has .54 round smoothbore barrel held to the stock by a single iron double strapped band… (1037-92). Learn More »

$1,095.00
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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” barrel, rosewood handles. Post-Civil War serial number 60737. Production began in 1861,… (1000-452). Learn More »

EXCELLENT REMINGTON DOUBLE DERINGER

EXCELLENT REMINGTON DOUBLE DERINGER

This is a pretty example of the Type II or Model 3 of the Remington Model 95 Double Deringer in Flayderman’s terminology, bearing a single line barrel address: “REMINGTON ARMS CO. ILION, N.Y.”… (172-5606). Learn More »

INSCRIBED LOW-NUMBER FLUTED COLT ARMY OF CONFEDERATE LT. JOHN ALLAN, ADJUTANT 6th VIRGINIA CAVALRY, KILLED IN ACTION AT GETTYSBURG

INSCRIBED LOW-NUMBER FLUTED COLT ARMY OF CONFEDERATE LT. JOHN ALLAN, ADJUTANT 6th VIRGINIA CAVALRY, KILLED IN ACTION AT GETTYSBURG

Until recently the battle at Fairfield was numbered among the “forgotten” cavalry engagements of Gettysburg, overshadowed by the clash on July 3 two miles east of the town behind the Union center.… (1000-440). Learn More »

$18,500.00
Originally $25,000.00

FOUR-INCH COLT POCKET MADE IN 1862

FOUR-INCH COLT POCKET MADE IN 1862

This .31 Caliber Colt Pocket Revolver has lots of tarnished silver left on the triggerguard and buttstrap, and even some color on the cylinder, which has a very sharp stagecoach robbery scene. Both… (266-1033). Learn More »

$1,295.00
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SMITH & WESSON MODEL NO.1 THIRD ISSUE REVOLVER

SMITH & WESSON MODEL NO.1 THIRD ISSUE REVOLVER

Revolver is .22 rimfire with a barrel that meas. approx. 3 3/16  inches long. Top of barrel is strongly stamped with “SMITH & WESSON, SPRINGFIELD, MASS. PATENTED APRIL 3 .55, JULY 5 .59  DEC.… (1107-37). Learn More »

SMITH & WESSON NO. 2 ARMY REVOLVER

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 6” barrel, rosewood handles. Post-Civil War serial number 44417. Production began in 1861,… (G3939). Learn More »

MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY REVOLVER

MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY REVOLVER

Here is a Civil War Colt Model 1860 Army revolver in good original condition. In production from 1860 through 1873, these handguns were the successor to the Colt Third Model Dragoon pistols. The Model… (30-2049). Learn More »

$1,950.00
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SMITH AND WESSON FIRST MODEL SINGLE ACTION .38 “BABY RUSSIAN”

SMITH AND WESSON FIRST MODEL SINGLE ACTION .38 “BABY RUSSIAN”

These top-break, single-action .38 caliber revolvers were made from 1876 to 1877 and featured a spur-trigger that was appropriate to its designation as a “pocket” revolver since it would not get… (490-2236). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ERA PERCUSSION DOUBLE BARREL PISTOL

CIVIL WAR ERA PERCUSSION DOUBLE BARREL PISTOL

This pistol features two side by side .41 caliber barrels that are 3.00 inches long. The barrels and frame are finished bright with blued hammers. Both barrels retain the original nipples. Hammers… (490-2234). Learn More »

$350.00
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INSCRIBED SMITH AND WESSON NO.2 ARMY OF LT. HENRY T. JOHNS 49th AND 61st MASSACHUSETTS, MEDAL OF HONOR: FORLORN HOPE AT PORT HUDSON

INSCRIBED SMITH AND WESSON NO.2 ARMY OF LT. HENRY T. JOHNS 49th AND 61st MASSACHUSETTS, MEDAL OF HONOR: FORLORN HOPE AT PORT HUDSON

Henry T. Johns was a 34 year-old Methodist minister in Hinsdale, Massachusetts, who felt he could no longer put off enlisting in the army after the set backs of McClellan’s Peninsula Campaign in… (715-24). Learn More »

1838 DATED U.S. 1836 PATTERN PISTOL BY ASA WATERS WITH PERCUSSION CONVERSION

1838 DATED U.S. 1836 PATTERN PISTOL BY ASA WATERS WITH PERCUSSION CONVERSION

The Model 1836 pistol was the culmination of decades of experiment, experience, and change. Reilly considered it to be the “finest military flintlock pistol ever produced,” with “trim lines,… (1000-1016). Learn More »

NICE LOOKING INSCRIBED SMITH AND WESSON NO. 1 SECOND ISSUE REVOLVER: JAMES M. KIRKLAND, VETERAN OF THE 169th PA, AKA “CYCLONE KIRKLAND” OF PITTSBURGH, PA

NICE LOOKING INSCRIBED SMITH AND WESSON NO. 1 SECOND ISSUE REVOLVER: JAMES M. KIRKLAND, VETERAN OF THE 169th PA, AKA “CYCLONE KIRKLAND” OF PITTSBURGH, PA

This pretty pocket pistol has good finish remaining on the barrel, frame and engraved backstrap, very nice rosewood grips, and an interesting owner. These seven-shot .22 caliber pistols were made by… (172-5582). Learn More »


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MEDICAL STAFF SWORD OF SURGEON ROBERT BROWNE, 31st NEW JERSEY AND U.S. VOLS BREVETED MAJOR AND LT. COLONEL

Robert Bethel Browne did two tours of duty as an army surgeon in the Civil War: the first as the Surgeon of the 31st New Jersey, when he acquired this sword, and then as an Assistant Surgeon in the U.S. Volunteer forces of the U.S. Army, when he… (1117-117). Learn More »

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