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US MODEL 1842 PISTOL BY ASTON MADE IN EARLY 1852

US MODEL 1842 PISTOL BY ASTON MADE IN EARLY 1852

The last of the US single shot martial pistol and first of the US percussion pistols, the US Model 1842 percussion pistol was successor to the flintlock Model 1836 and like that earlier pistol was… (490-5704). Learn More »

$1,150.00
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EARLY LUCIUS W. POND POCKET REVOLVER

EARLY LUCIUS W. POND POCKET REVOLVER

Patent Infringement Revolver Sued by S&W This is a brass frame Pond pocket revolver, manufactured circa 1861 in Worcester, Massachusetts. The Pond revolver was the subject of a lawsuit in 1862… (362-1158). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CAPTURED AND COLLECTED, CLEANED AND REPAIRED, COLT ARMY REVOLVER

CONFEDERATE CAPTURED AND COLLECTED, CLEANED AND REPAIRED, COLT ARMY REVOLVER

This Colt Army Revolver rates near very good for condition with little finish remaining, but generally smooth metal and good markings on the barrel, cylinder and frame, significant remnants of the… (286-1286). Learn More »

$4,500.00
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1989 COPY OF A STUDY ON BRITISH SERVICE REVOLVERS FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE DEAN S. THOMAS

1989 COPY OF A STUDY ON BRITISH SERVICE REVOLVERS FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE DEAN S. THOMAS

The title of this study is “REVOLVERS OF THE BRITISH SERVICES, 1854-1954” by W. H. J. Chamberlain and A. W. F. Taylerson and published by Museum Restoration Service of Bloomfield, Ontario and… (236-874). Learn More »

INSCRIBED COLT BREVET NAVY REVOLVER OF 1ST LT. H. J. GILTINAN, 73RD PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY – KILLED IN ACTION AT CHANCELLORSVILLE

INSCRIBED COLT BREVET NAVY REVOLVER OF 1ST LT. H. J. GILTINAN, 73RD PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY – KILLED IN ACTION AT CHANCELLORSVILLE

.36 caliber. 7.5" octagonal barrel. SN: 14198. Blued finish, brass backstrap and triggerguard, one-piece walnut grip. Single action percussion Belgian-made copy of a Colt Navy revolver with… (1052-682). Learn More »

$4,950.00
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CONNECTICUT ARMS AND MANUFACTURING CO. HAMMOND .44 RIMFIRE “BULLDOG” PISTOL, CA. 1865-1868

CONNECTICUT ARMS AND MANUFACTURING CO. HAMMOND .44 RIMFIRE “BULLDOG” PISTOL, CA. 1865-1868

Brothers Henry and Lewis Hammond tried to enter the Civil War military arms business by incorporating in mid-1863 and developing a breech-loading single-shot cartridge system. This met delays in… (490-4432). Learn More »

INSCRIBED SMITH AND WESSON MODEL No. 1 SECOND ISSUE REVOLVER

INSCRIBED SMITH AND WESSON MODEL No. 1 SECOND ISSUE REVOLVER

This is a very fancy example of the Smith and Wesson 7-shot .22 caliber rimfire “tip-up” revolver using a nickeled frame, mother-of-pearl grips and inscribed backstrap. This is a Second Issue… (1179-110). Learn More »

COLT NEW LINE .41 CENTERFIRE SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER

COLT NEW LINE .41 CENTERFIRE SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER

Colt introduced their “New Line” of revolvers in 1873. There were designed by William Mason and ultimately came in five different models in calibers from .22 to .41, all using solid frames, spur… (490-4430). Learn More »

SCARCE JC TERRY VEST POCKET SINGLE SHOT DERRINGER

SCARCE JC TERRY VEST POCKET SINGLE SHOT DERRINGER

John Carlos Terry made fewer than 700 of these single-shot .22 rimfire deringers in Springfield, Mass., by Flayderman’s estimate. He dates them “c.1860s,” but had one in his own collection… (490-3174). Learn More »

HANDSOME INSCRIBED MOORE REVOLVER WITH HOLSTER OF C.H. RICHMOND

HANDSOME INSCRIBED MOORE REVOLVER WITH HOLSTER OF C.H. RICHMOND

Moore revolvers used the .32 caliber self-contained metallic rimfire cartridge, which was available and convenient. They were not subject to damage by rough handling, weather resistant, and made a… (2023-2603). Learn More »

MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY REVOLVER

MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY REVOLVER

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 1860… (1099-33). Learn More »

$2,950.00
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COLT MODEL 1877 DOUBLE ACTION .38 CAL. SHORT BARREL LIGHTNING REVOLVER

COLT MODEL 1877 DOUBLE ACTION .38 CAL. SHORT BARREL LIGHTNING REVOLVER

Excellent-plus condition with 90 percent or better original finish, including on the hammer, strong blue and vivid case colors. Excellent, sharply checkered hard rubber grips with the rampant colt at… (490-5576). Learn More »

TYPE-I RICHARDS CONVERSION COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER

TYPE-I RICHARDS CONVERSION COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER

This is great early western Colt center-fire .44 caliber revolver of the 1870s in good condition. The Colt Richards conversion of the 1860 Army was produced starting in 1871 following the expiration… (490-3461). Learn More »

$3,600.00
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SPANISH MADE LEFAUCHEUX BY ORBEA HERMANOS

SPANISH MADE LEFAUCHEUX BY ORBEA HERMANOS

This follows the pattern generally termed the Model 1854, but there were variations. Holding six pinfire 12mm (about .47 caliber) cartridges loaded in the cylinder through a side loading gate and… (2022-2415). Learn More »

INSCRIBED MOORE REVOLVER OF CAPTAIN MICHAEL MURNANE, 169th NEW YORK

INSCRIBED MOORE REVOLVER OF CAPTAIN MICHAEL MURNANE, 169th NEW YORK

This Moore revolver rates very good for condition with little finish left on the barrel assembly, common for Moores from grabbing it there to swing out the barrel assembly and the chamber for loading,… (490-4155). 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

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 »

$2,750.00
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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” 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 »


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G.A.R. POST IMPRESSIVE SHELL-STRUCK WAR LOG: A “FRAGMENT” FROM CHICKAMAUGA

This impressive section of tree trunk was cut from the battlefield of Chickamauga and displayed in a Boston G.A.R. post. It measures about 36 by 16 by 14 inches and has embedded in it a ten-pound Parrott shell, the lower portion and iron sabot of… (365-11). Learn More »

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