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RARE PRE-CIVIL WAR GREENSBORO ALABAMA BUCKSHOT MOLD

RARE PRE-CIVIL WAR GREENSBORO ALABAMA BUCKSHOT MOLD

Two piece brass mold that meas. approx. 7.25 inches long by 1.00 inch wide. The mold opens on an upper hinge which can very easily separate if desired. A look at the inside shows that the mold is… (30-1849). Learn More »

$1,795.00
Originally $2,250.00

HOLSTER FOR A FIVE-INCH COLT POCKET REVOLVER

HOLSTER FOR A FIVE-INCH COLT POCKET REVOLVER

This is a brown leather belt holster in good condition for a Colt .32 caliber percussion pocket revolver with a 5-inch barrel. The holster is a simple three-piece construction of the body and flap in… (172-5400). Learn More »

FRENCH 1785 CONTRACT MUSKET FOR THE STATE OF VIRGINIA CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION- BARREL MARKED “… CITY OF RICHMOND”

FRENCH 1785 CONTRACT MUSKET FOR THE STATE OF VIRGINIA CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION- BARREL MARKED “… CITY OF RICHMOND”

After the Revolution and before the adoption of the Federal Constitution, Virginia realized that she had no source of new arms. In 1785, when Patrick Henry was Governor of the state, the Council of… (1000-256). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE ALTERATION OF A STATE OF VIRGINIA SWAN CONTRACT MUSKET MARKED “ORANGE CO.”

CONFEDERATE ALTERATION OF A STATE OF VIRGINIA SWAN CONTRACT MUSKET MARKED “ORANGE CO.”

In 1795 Virginia advertised for a contract to procure 4,000 muskets per annum. Colonel James Swan of Boston offered in September of 1796 to supply 4,000 musket per year for five years for a total of… (1000-289). Learn More »

DRUM CONVERSION OF A STATE OF VIRGINIA SWAN CONTRACT MUSKET MARKED “VA. REGT. FAUQUIER” WITH CUT DOWN STOCK

DRUM CONVERSION OF A STATE OF VIRGINIA SWAN CONTRACT MUSKET MARKED “VA. REGT. FAUQUIER” WITH CUT DOWN STOCK

In 1795 Virginia advertised for a contract to procure 4,000 muskets per annum. Colonel James Swan of Boston offered in September of 1796 to supply 4,000 musket per year for five years for a total of… (1000-245). Learn More »

TOOLED LEATHER MODEL 1851/1861 NAVY SIZE REVOLVER HOLSTER

TOOLED LEATHER MODEL 1851/1861 NAVY SIZE REVOLVER HOLSTER

Several holsters of this configuration for navy size revolvers are illustrated in Meadows and are seen in period photos. They key point of identification is the use of an elongated flap extending in… (172-5395). Learn More »

“CAPTURED & COLLECTED” – CONFEDERATE REISSUED FIREARMS

“CAPTURED & COLLECTED” – CONFEDERATE REISSUED FIREARMS

Knott, USN (ret.), Capt. Steven W. Published by The Horse Soldier, 2019. Softcover, 80 pp., heavily illustrated with color photographs. This monograph examines the Confederate system used to recover,… (ST501179). Learn More »

THE CONFEDERATE ENFIELD - NEW REVISED EDITION

THE CONFEDERATE ENFIELD - NEW REVISED EDITION

***NEWLY REVISED EDITION, JUST ARRIVED FROM THE PRINTER!***   Written by Capt. Steven W. Knott, USN (Ret).  Softcover, 54 pages. Contains minor corrections from the first edition, as well as a new… (ST501177). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE RICHMOND RIFLE MUSKET COMBINATION TOOL

CONFEDERATE RICHMOND RIFLE MUSKET COMBINATION TOOL

These cleverly designed, forged iron musket tools were fabricated at Richmond. See Davies, “CS Armory Richmond,” for photographs of several examples. They combine a double-ended screwdriver blade… (1000-1194). Learn More »

COMBINATION GUN TOOL FOR THE INDIAN WAR CONVERSION OF THE US MODEL 1855/61

COMBINATION GUN TOOL FOR THE INDIAN WAR CONVERSION OF THE US MODEL 1855/61

The postwar frontier army was armed with conversions and modifications of Civil War arms to metallic cartridge arms into the 1870s. Just about every US rifle or carbine cartridge box of the period has… (1000-2422). Learn More »

.45-70 SHELL SCRAPER FOR RELOADING

.45-70 SHELL SCRAPER FOR RELOADING

The army realized that it might be necessary for troops to salvage, reprime and reload expended cartridges. Reloading kits were therefore constructed and supplied on a limited basis. This is a shell… (998-949). Learn More »

PUBLIC PROPERTY MARKED POWDER FLASK

PUBLIC PROPERTY MARKED POWDER FLASK

Just two thousand of these flasks were contracted for by James Baker of Philadelphia in 1825 and delivered by 1827. They were for use with military rifles, particularly the common rifle of 1817,… (1000-708). Learn More »

MODEL 1816 CONE CONVERSION MUSKET TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED TO J. N. VANCE, 30TH MISSISSIPPI SOLDIER

MODEL 1816 CONE CONVERSION MUSKET TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED TO J. N. VANCE, 30TH MISSISSIPPI SOLDIER

Musket is a smoothbore .69 single shot muzzleloader in overall good condition. The barrel has a surface that is mostly dark with streaks of lighter areas. The brass blade front sight is mounted on the… (1000-107). Learn More »

RELIC RICHMOND MUSKET TOOL

RELIC RICHMOND MUSKET TOOL

Excavated Confederate musket tool.  Hand forged iron tool manufactured at Richmond.  Constructed of one 3 ¾” long arm with a box-end wrench on the end.  A second piece, 3” long with a screw… (1000-1203). Learn More »

HEISER HOLSTER #419 FOR WEAPON WITH 5 ½ INCH BARREL

HEISER HOLSTER #419 FOR WEAPON WITH 5 ½ INCH BARREL

A fine H.H. Heiser holster for a weapon with a 5.50 inch barrel or shorter. Brown saddle leather with a nice buckskin wrap. Snap, button and strap are in excellent condition. Snap is marked with the… (172-4968). Learn More »

.69 CALIBER RIFLED MUSKET CARTRIDGE

.69 CALIBER RIFLED MUSKET CARTRIDGE

Regulation paper cartridge for the rifled .69 caliber muskets.  Paper cartridge containing a 3-groove “minie” ball and powder charge. Tied above the bullet and with the lower end folded closed to… (33-623). Learn More »

RARE SHARPS MODEL 1855 NAVY RIFLE

RARE SHARPS MODEL 1855 NAVY RIFLE

This is an example of an extremely rare Sharps Model 1855 U.S. Navy rifle. Sharps only manufactured approximately 263 of these rifles in 1856. They were serial numbered in the 20,000 to 21,000 range.… (490-1676). Learn More »

$9,950.00
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CONFEDERATE .69 CALIBER BUCKSHOT CARTRIDGE FROM COLUMBUS, GA

CONFEDERATE .69 CALIBER BUCKSHOT CARTRIDGE FROM COLUMBUS, GA

Civil War buckshot cartridges were made up of .31 caliber round shot for smoothbore muskets and shotguns. This specimen was made at the Columbus Ordnance Depot in Georgia. It contains 12 round shot in… (778-77). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CONVERSION OF A MODEL 1816 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET

CONFEDERATE CONVERSION OF A MODEL 1816 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET

This weapon is a single shot, muzzle loading, .69 caliber smoothbore musket manufactured at the US armory in Springfield. Originally produced as a flintlock it was converted to percussion by the… (1000-114). Learn More »

.56 CAL. BILLINGHURST & REQUA CARTRIDGE

.56 CAL. BILLINGHURST & REQUA CARTRIDGE

This is a complete non-dug cartridge for the 25-barrel Billinghurst & Requa Battery Gun. The brass cartridge case cylinder is closed with a machined base plug that contains an ignition hole. The… (778-78). Learn More »


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M1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO CAPT. EDWIN A. WOOD, CO. A, 51ST MASSACHUSETTS

Manufactured: Unknown Maker: Unknown Year: 1862 Model: Non Regulation Staff & Field Size: 31.00 Condition: VG This sword is classified as non-regulation as it has the full basket minus the “US”.  High grade example with brass guard and… (870-394). Learn More »

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