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.36 CALIBER (84 GUAGE) ENGLISH REVOLVER CARTRIDGE IN ENVELOPE – ELEY, LONDON

.36 CALIBER (84 GUAGE) ENGLISH REVOLVER CARTRIDGE IN ENVELOPE – ELEY, LONDON

Nice example of a hard-to-find cartridge. This specimen is still housed in its protective outer wrapper, with blue label, and brown cloth pull tab. Many English revolvers from Adams, Kerr, and Tranter… (1212-44). Learn More »

$50.00
SOLD

.36 CALIBER (84 GUAGE) ENGLISH REVOLVER CARTRIDGE IN ENVELOPE – ELEY, LONDON

.36 CALIBER (84 GUAGE) ENGLISH REVOLVER CARTRIDGE IN ENVELOPE – ELEY, LONDON

Perfect example of a hard-to-find cartridge. This fine specimen is still encased in its protective outer wrapper, with orange label, and brown cloth pull tab. Many English revolvers from Adams, Kerr,… (1212-112). Learn More »

WINCHESTER MODEL 1892, HALF OCTAGON BARREL, .38 WCF

WINCHESTER MODEL 1892, HALF OCTAGON BARREL, .38 WCF

A lighter frame version of the M1886 with same chambering as the M1873. Made 1892-1941, This is number 216566, giving it a 1903 date of manufacture. In .38 caliber, with short magazine and half… (1140-63). Learn More »

RARE MASSACHUSETTS LINDNER ALTERATION MODEL 1841 RIFLE

RARE MASSACHUSETTS LINDNER ALTERATION MODEL 1841 RIFLE

This is one of one hundred M1841 Rifles altered to the Lindner breechloading system for the state of Massachusetts in Fall 1861. Massachusetts had acquired 4,000 M1841s made by Robbins and Lawrence… (172-5903). Learn More »

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 »

VERY RARE .50-50 EXPERIMENTAL CARTRIDGE – FRANKFORD ARSENAL

VERY RARE .50-50 EXPERIMENTAL CARTRIDGE – FRANKFORD ARSENAL

This is a .50 caliber copper rimfire cartridge. One of many profiles and sizes experimented with at the Frankford Arsenal following the Civil War. The search was for the most appropriate bullet,… (1212-146). Learn More »

RARE ROPER REVOLVING SHOTGUN SHELL – 16 GAUGE

RARE ROPER REVOLVING SHOTGUN SHELL – 16 GAUGE

This is a reloadable, steel shotgun shell. Patented by Sylvester Roper (#53,881) on April 10, 1866. This is the 16-gauge shell with its recessed head and percussion nipple. Measures 2.4” long. Very… (1212-230). Learn More »

RARE ROPER REVOLVING SHOTGUN SHELL – 410 GAUGE

RARE ROPER REVOLVING SHOTGUN SHELL – 410 GAUGE

This is a reloadable, steel shotgun shell. Patented by Sylvester Roper (#53,881) on April 10, 1866. This is the 410-gauge shell with its recessed head and percussion nipple. Measures 2.42” long.… (1212-229). 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 »

ENGLISH PERCUSSION CAP PACK

ENGLISH PERCUSSION CAP PACK

This is a “pulp bag” of percussion caps as manufactured at the Royal Laboratory at Woolwich, England. Each pack was to contain 15 copper percussion caps.  Packages are full of caps and twisted… (2023-2737). Learn More »

FRENCH 1785 CONTRACT MUSKET FOR THE STATE OF VIRGINIA CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION- MARKED “54TH VA. REGT. NORFOLK BOROUGH”

FRENCH 1785 CONTRACT MUSKET FOR THE STATE OF VIRGINIA CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION- MARKED “54TH VA. REGT. NORFOLK BOROUGH”

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… (1000-253). Learn More »

$4,000.00
Originally $5,000.00

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 »

$3,200.00
Originally $4,000.00

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 »

$3,025.00
Originally $3,800.00

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 »

.69 CALIBER POWDER CHARGE – GRAY PAPER

.69 CALIBER POWDER CHARGE – GRAY PAPER

This powder charge is in very good condition. Measures 2” long. Fine gray cartridge paper is tied closed at both ends, however there is also a typical folded tail. A blank musket charge that could… (1212-176). Learn More »

.69 CALIBER ROUND BALL CARTRIDGE – MEXICAN?

.69 CALIBER ROUND BALL CARTRIDGE – MEXICAN?

This cartridge is in good condition, with two small cracks at the base of the ball. Measures 2.75” long. Course cartridge paper is pasted closed over the ball. The powder end is closed with the… (1212-136). Learn More »

18MM (~.70 CALIBER) CARTRIDGE FOR ALTERED SWISS RIFLES

18MM (~.70 CALIBER) CARTRIDGE FOR ALTERED SWISS RIFLES

This cartridge is in excellent condition. Measures 1.9” long. Lubricated over bullet with end tucked into the bullet cavity. These “expanding ball” cartridges were for the Swiss Model 1842… (1212-184). Learn More »

10.35MM CARTRIDGE FOR THE 1856 SWISS FEDERAL RIFLE

10.35MM CARTRIDGE FOR THE 1856 SWISS FEDERAL RIFLE

This cartridge is in very good condition; one very small crack. Measures 3.25” long. Lubricated over bullet with end tucked into the bullet cavity. The Model 1856 Swiss rifle at the time of its… (1212-179). Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

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 »

REGIMENTALLY MARKED 1861-DATED P1853 ENFIELD 110th NEW YORK: PORT HUDSON

REGIMENTALLY MARKED 1861-DATED P1853 ENFIELD 110th NEW YORK: PORT HUDSON

This is a very good condition P1853 Enfield rifle musket, imported in the hundreds of thousands by both sides in the Civil War, but a scarce one bearing original markings indicating issue to the 110th… (1140-59). Learn More »

$2,950.00
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ENGRAVED GOLD 20th CONNECTICUT REGIMENTAL BADGE WITH BATTLE HONORS OF LT. OLIVER TAYLOR DOOLITTLE

This is a beautiful gold, engraved and identified regimental badge of the 20th Connecticut, which fought in the Army of the Potomac and Army of the Cumberland, seeing action at Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, the Atlanta Campaign, the March to the Sea,… (622-434). Learn More »

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