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NICE 1864 DATED JOHN DICKSON & SON ENFIELD SHORT RIFLE

NICE 1864 DATED JOHN DICKSON & SON ENFIELD SHORT RIFLE

This iron mounted, commercially produced Enfield short rifle is complete, all original, and has nice medium brown color to the wood, lots of barrel blue, crisp markings, and a minty bore.  There were… (1111-06). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CAPTURED AND COLLECTED WESSON CARBINE

CONFEDERATE CAPTURED AND COLLECTED WESSON CARBINE

This is a scarce Frank Wesson two-trigger, single-shot breechloading military carbine that was captured or collected on the battlefield and sent through the Confederate Ordnance cleaning and repair… (2021-201). Learn More »

THIRD MODEL BROWN BESS BY BARNETT WITH BAYONET AND RACK NUMBER

THIRD MODEL BROWN BESS BY BARNETT WITH BAYONET AND RACK NUMBER

This is a very good example of a Third Model Brown Bess, or the Type-2 India Pattern (which uses a stronger, double-throated cock.) The pattern was adopted by the British Ordnance in 1809 and was the… (1037-121). Learn More »

PUBLIC PROPERTY MARKED POWDER FLASK

PUBLIC PROPERTY MARKED POWDER FLASK

These flasks were made for use with military rifles, particularly the 1817 Common Rifle, but could be used with the Hall or any of the older patterns still in service. Producing hollow-body copper… (286-1065). Learn More »

.58 CALIBER WILLIAMS PATENT “CLEANER” CARTRIDGE – BLUE PAPER

.58 CALIBER WILLIAMS PATENT “CLEANER” CARTRIDGE – BLUE PAPER

This is an original cartridge containing a .58 caliber, Williams, Type III bullet.  Patented and manufactured by Elijah D. Williams.  Williams’ patent called for the use of zinc washers and a pin… (149-31). Learn More »

PAPER WRAPPED PACK OF PERCUSSION CAPS

PAPER WRAPPED PACK OF PERCUSSION CAPS

Typical Civil War-era package of percussion caps.  Wrapped in tan cartridge paper, tied with string at top and folded closed at bottom.  Measures approximately 2 ½” long. One of these was… (172-4576). Learn More »

NEW MODEL 1859 SHARPS

NEW MODEL 1859 SHARPS

The Sharps carbine is the most famous single-shot carbine of the war. They were highly regarded, eagerly sought, and widely used by both sides. An indicator of how well liked is that the U.S.… (172-5745). Learn More »

VERY SCARCE SWAN CONTRACT VIRGINIA MILITIA REGIMENTALLY MARKED MUSKET, CIRCA 1799: COMPANY C, 54th REGIMENT, NORFOLK BOROUGH

VERY SCARCE SWAN CONTRACT VIRGINIA MILITIA REGIMENTALLY MARKED MUSKET, CIRCA 1799: COMPANY C, 54th REGIMENT, NORFOLK BOROUGH

This musket follows the general lines of a British Short Land Pattern musket, but bears no British maker, ordnance, or proof marks. The lock is a two-screw lock with gooseneck hammer, rounded pan and… (1000-0255). Learn More »

PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE TOMPION

PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE TOMPION

A very nice example of the Enfield rifle tompion. These were issued with the caliber .577 rifles to be inserted into the muzzles to protect against moisture and dirt from getting into the barrel.… (1052-44). Learn More »

SCARCE FOUR-INCH MARSTON THREE-BARREL DERINGER

SCARCE FOUR-INCH MARSTON THREE-BARREL DERINGER

William Marston made about 3,300 of these .32 caliber rimfire three-shot deringers from 1864 to 1872. The three-barrel group pivots downward to load and there is a barrel selector dial on the right… (490-2608). Learn More »

CASED METROPOLITAN POLICE REVOLVER

CASED METROPOLITAN POLICE REVOLVER

The Metropolitan Arms Company was formed within weeks of the February 1864 Colt armory fire that would interfere with much of that company’s business for two years. One of the five principal… (490-2596). Learn More »

COLT MODEL 1861 NAVY REVOLVER

COLT MODEL 1861 NAVY REVOLVER

The serial numbers on this revolver all match except for the wedge. Serial number is 3213 which places production in the latter part of 1861. The wedge is numbered 113. Revolver is .36 caliber with a… (1061-32). Learn More »

$1,750.00
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VERY NICE EXAMPLE OF THE FINAL MODEL GALLAGER CARBINE

VERY NICE EXAMPLE OF THE FINAL MODEL GALLAGER CARBINE

The carbine offered here is one of the 5,000 Gallager carbines that were converted to take the Spencer 56-52 cartridge. The nipple was replaced by a firing pin and an extractor was added. These were… (172-5743). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR SHARPS & HANKINS NAVY CARBINE

CIVIL WAR SHARPS & HANKINS NAVY CARBINE

Known as the Sharps & Hankins Model 1862 carbine, this weapon is a wartime .52 caliber breechloading firearm designed by Hartford, Connecticut native Christian Sharps. Presented here is an… (172-5754). Learn More »

$1,800.00
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ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR 2ND MODEL MERRILL CARBINE

ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR 2ND MODEL MERRILL CARBINE

Barrel is semi-bright with only light scattered mottling near the barrel band and minor surface pitting along the left side of the breech. The same area has some signs of vice marks or indentations… (172-5744). Learn More »

“EAGLE” POWDER FLASK FOR REVOLVERS

“EAGLE” POWDER FLASK FOR REVOLVERS

This small flask is for the Colt pocket model or similar revolvers. Measures approximately 4.5” tall x 2” at widest point. Front features the American eagle with shield, thirteen stars, and with… (1107-150). Learn More »

AMERICAN RESTOCKED FRENCH 1733 PISTOL

AMERICAN RESTOCKED FRENCH 1733 PISTOL

This pistol seems to be stocked in birch rather than walnut, making it a candidate as a pistol restocked in America or assembled from the many parts imported here during the Revolution. In overall… (401-43). Learn More »

$2,650.00
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EXCELLENT PLUS, NEAR FACTORY NEW PEABODY CARBINE

EXCELLENT PLUS, NEAR FACTORY NEW PEABODY CARBINE

This carbine is near factory new. It has vivid, fiery case color on the frame, hammer, and lock, with full blue to the barrel, crisp markings, and sharp edges and great color to the wood. These… (172-5742). Learn More »

OPEN PACKAGE FOR .44 CALIBER CARTRIDGES FOR “REVOLVING HOLSTER PISTOL” WITH BULLETS

OPEN PACKAGE FOR .44 CALIBER CARTRIDGES FOR “REVOLVING HOLSTER PISTOL” WITH BULLETS

An open package for .44 caliber paper cartridges in good condition with five of the original bullets inside. “Expressly For Colt’s Patent Revolving Holster Pistol.” This is the pasteboard box… (286-1019). Learn More »

MILLER CONVERSION OF A MODEL 1861 RIFLED MUSKET

MILLER CONVERSION OF A MODEL 1861 RIFLED MUSKET

William H. and George W. Miller designed and patented the Miller conversion system. The Meridian Manufacturing Company altered 2,000 Model-1861 muskets, mostly Parker’s Snow & Co., between 1865… (218-584). Learn More »


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