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POWDER MEASURE ONCE OWNED BY J. HOWARD WERT

POWDER MEASURE ONCE OWNED BY J. HOWARD WERT

Made of tin this unusual item is listed in Wert’s catalog as a powder measure. It measures 1 5/8 inches deep with a rounded bottom and is 1 ¼ inches in diameter. It has the catalog number 111 on… (224-796). Learn More »

POWDER MEASURE ONCE OWNED BY J. HOWARD WERT

POWDER MEASURE ONCE OWNED BY J. HOWARD WERT

Made of tin this unusual item is listed in Wert’s catalog as a powder measure. It measures 1 ¾ inches deep with a rounded bottom and is 1 1/2 inches in diameter. It has the catalog number 111 on… (224-795). Learn More »

BOOK – SPECIFICATION AND DRAWINGS OF CARTRIDGES FOR SMALL ARMS, PATENTED IN THE UNITED STATES PRIOR TO JANUARY 1, 1878

BOOK – SPECIFICATION AND DRAWINGS OF CARTRIDGES FOR SMALL ARMS, PATENTED IN THE UNITED STATES PRIOR TO JANUARY 1, 1878

This is a reprint of the original 1878 edition that was in the collection of Herschel Logan. A high-quality reprint from Armory Publications. 7.5” x 11” x 2.5”, unpaginated. Approximately 300… (236-724). Learn More »

FRENCH 1785 CONTRACT MUSKET FOR THE STATE OF VIRGINIA CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION

FRENCH 1785 CONTRACT MUSKET FOR THE STATE OF VIRGINIA CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION

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… (1000-252). Learn More »

$3,025.00
Originally $3,800.00

SCARCE JOSHUA AND CHARLES BARSTOW 1808 CONTRACT MUSKET WITH BAYONET

SCARCE JOSHUA AND CHARLES BARSTOW 1808 CONTRACT MUSKET WITH BAYONET

Joshua Barstow and son Charles of Exeter, NH, signed a U.S. contract for 2,500 muskets 21 October 1808, with 500 to be delivered to Fort Constitution at Portsmouth, NH, annually over a five-year term.… (1037-15). Learn More »

PASTEBOARD PACKAGE OF FRENCH PERCUSSION CAPS

PASTEBOARD PACKAGE OF FRENCH PERCUSSION CAPS

Here is a very nice French pasteboard percussion cap container, unopened and full of caps. Round package made of white pasteboard with green paper labels affixed. A white paper label was pasted along… (1212-250). Learn More »

PASTEBOARD PACKAGE OF FRENCH PERCUSSION CAPS

PASTEBOARD PACKAGE OF FRENCH PERCUSSION CAPS

Here is a very nice French pasteboard percussion cap container, unopened and full of caps. Round package made of white pasteboard with green paper labels affixed. A white paper label was pasted along… (1212-210). Learn More »

THUER’S PATENT .31 CALIBER “POCKET MODEL” CARTRIDGE

THUER’S PATENT .31 CALIBER “POCKET MODEL” CARTRIDGE

This is a Thuer’s Patent metallic centerfire cartridge. This short .31 caliber cartridge is in good original condition and was for the Colt Thuer conversion “Pocket” revolver. These were… (1212-23). Learn More »

$75.00
ON HOLD

VERY SCARCE 1799-1800 SWAN CONTRACT VIRGINIA MILITIA REGIMENTALLY MARKED MUSKET: 42nd REGIMENT, PITTSYLVANIA

VERY SCARCE 1799-1800 SWAN CONTRACT VIRGINIA MILITIA REGIMENTALLY MARKED MUSKET: 42nd REGIMENT, PITTSYLVANIA

This musket is stamped “42. VA. REGT. PITTSYLVANIA” on the barrel, was later altered to percussion and then shortened for use in the civilian market. It is a scarce survivor from muskets delivered… (1000-241). Learn More »

LATE 1890’S MILLS CARTRIDGE BELT WITH PLATE

LATE 1890’S MILLS CARTRIDGE BELT WITH PLATE

Dark blue web belt with a single row of sewn loops for holding ammunition. Belt meas. approx. 3.00 inches wide by 40.50 inches long including the plate. Belt has four centrally mounted grommets on the… (998-849). Learn More »

$200.00
Originally $275.00

SPRINGFIELD M1855 PERCUSSION RIFLE-MUSKET, DATED 1857

SPRINGFIELD M1855 PERCUSSION RIFLE-MUSKET, DATED 1857

This Civil War era single-shot muzzleloader is a .58 caliber Springfield Model 1855 percussion rifle-musket in very nice overall condition. Longarm has a 40” round barrel with broad three-groove… (987-10). Learn More »

$3,200.00
Originally $3,650.00

FULL BOX OF SHARPS CARTRIDGES FROM C.W. CARTRIDGE COMPANY (1980s)

FULL BOX OF SHARPS CARTRIDGES FROM C.W. CARTRIDGE COMPANY (1980s)

This is a box of 10 modern shooting cartridges made by C. W. Cartridge Co., Wood Ridge, New Jersey. These were advertised as a new product in 1978. The cartridge body is made of nitrated paper rolled… (1212-242). Learn More »

$25.00
SOLD

.69 CALIBER BUCK & BALL CARTRIDGE

.69 CALIBER BUCK & BALL CARTRIDGE

This is an original .69 caliber Buck & Ball cartridge.  Composed of a .69 caliber round ball with three .31 caliber buckshot on top.  Wrapped in cartridge paper and tied with string between each… (2023-2033). Learn More »

MODEL 1841 HALL BREECHLOADING RIFLE: A SCARCE RIFLE, MADE IN PERCUSSION, AND THE LAST OF THE BREED

MODEL 1841 HALL BREECHLOADING RIFLE: A SCARCE RIFLE, MADE IN PERCUSSION, AND THE LAST OF THE BREED

The breechloading Model 1841 Hall rifle retained the .52 caliber 32 5/8” rifled barrel of the Model 1819, but finally caught up with Hall carbines in the use of percussion priming. These are fairly… (490-3498). Learn More »

THUER’S PATENT .36 CALIBER “POCKET NAVY” CARTRIDGE

THUER’S PATENT .36 CALIBER “POCKET NAVY” CARTRIDGE

This is a Thuer’s Patent metallic centerfire cartridge. This short .36 caliber cartridge is in excellent original condition and was for the Colt Thuer conversion “Pocket Navy” revolver. These… (1212-24). Learn More »

EXCELLENT, ORIGINAL THUER’S PATENT .44 CAL. BRASS CARTRIDGE

EXCELLENT, ORIGINAL THUER’S PATENT .44 CAL. BRASS CARTRIDGE

This is a Thuer’s Patent metallic centerfire cartridge. This .44 caliber cartridge is in excellent original condition and was for the Colt Thuer conversion “Army” revolver. These were designed… (1212-26). Learn More »

$225.00
ON HOLD

REPRODUCTION SET OF CRISPIN CARTRIDGES

REPRODUCTION SET OF CRISPIN CARTRIDGES

This is a cased display set of reproduction Crispin cartridges as given out at the 2005 California Cartridge Collectors Show. Foam-filled plastic case holds five different Crispin cartridges made for… (1212-251). Learn More »

NIPPLE WRENCH

NIPPLE WRENCH

This is the iron stem from a T-handle nipple wrench. There would have been a wood handle attached to this piece forming a “T”.  Measures approximately 2.5" long overall. Square shank on one end;… (490-4398). Learn More »

COMBINATION TOOL FOR BURNSIDE CARBINE

COMBINATION TOOL FOR BURNSIDE CARBINE

Socket end with two screwdriver blades. Blades are stiff but will separate. The longer of the two blades has a small chip in the edge of the face otherwise the item is in very nice condition.  [AD]… (286-1264). Learn More »

SCARCE MODEL 1841 SPRINGFIELD CADET MUSKET, DATED 1844

SCARCE MODEL 1841 SPRINGFIELD CADET MUSKET, DATED 1844

Model 1841 Cadet Musket was produced at Springfield Armory between 1844 and 1845.  This is one of only 450 of these weapons produced. Intended for the Corps of Cadets at West Point. This is a .57… (1000-138). Learn More »

$6,800.00
Originally $8,500.00


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SCARCE 1859 DATED AMES LIGHT CAVALRY SABER, AKA MODEL 1860

Old habits die hard. Although we now know production of the new pattern cavalry saber intended to replace the heavy Model 1840 started in 1857, most still refer to them as the Model 1860. This is a scarce example of one produced by Ames in 1859 and… (2022-718). Learn More »

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