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SILVER-MOUNTED QUEEN ANNE TURN-OFF BARREL PISTOL BY NATHANIEL TREVEY CA. 1740-50

SILVER-MOUNTED QUEEN ANNE TURN-OFF BARREL PISTOL BY NATHANIEL TREVEY CA. 1740-50

Using a truncated stock not extending past the lock and a barrel fitted with a lug at the bottom breech to allow it to be unscrewed for loading, these pistols became popular in the reign of Queen Anne… (490-3434). Learn More »

POCKET PISTOL FLASK

POCKET PISTOL FLASK

This elegant pistol flask was likely made by the American Hard Rubber Company in the 1850s and is marked in fine letters near the neck, “Goodyear’s Patent May 6, 185[1.]” The final digit being… (1184-64). Learn More »

DEVELOPMENT OF THE PAPER-WRAPPED MUSKET CARTRIDGE IN COLONIAL AMERICA, 1640-1841

DEVELOPMENT OF THE PAPER-WRAPPED MUSKET CARTRIDGE IN COLONIAL AMERICA, 1640-1841

Brown, Rodger. 2022.  Hardback, 6 x 9 ¾”. 96 pages; numerous b&w photos and illustrations. During the Revolutionary War, both armies in the conflict were armed with muzzleloading smoothbore… (ST501205). Learn More »

SMALL HUNTER’S POWDER HORN

SMALL HUNTER’S POWDER HORN

This horn dates roughly 1820-1850. It is a plain, working powder horn only about 5 ¼ inches long, a size sometimes thought to be just for priming powder for a flintlock, but convenient enough to be… (1184-79). Learn More »

SMALL HUNTER’S POWDER HORN

SMALL HUNTER’S POWDER HORN

This horn dates roughly 1820-1850. It is a plain, working powder horn only about 5 3/4 inches long, a convenient size for pocket or hunting bag. Sometimes considered a small horn just for priming… (1184-77). Learn More »

SCARCE 1799 DATED SPRINGFIELD 1795 TYPE-II MUSKET

SCARCE 1799 DATED SPRINGFIELD 1795 TYPE-II MUSKET

Springfield was designated one of two US armories for the manufacture of arms in 1794 and production of the “US muskets, Charleville pattern” (designated the Model 1795 by collectors for… (1052-68). Learn More »

RICHMOND TYPE-II RIFLE MUSKET, MID-1862

RICHMOND TYPE-II RIFLE MUSKET, MID-1862

This is very good example of a Richmond Type-II rifle musket made in mid-1862 showing the beveled low-hump lock plate introduced in March 1862 and using the early 1862 die strike replaced later in the… (490-2958). Learn More »

AUTOGRAPHED FIRST EDITION COPY OF CONFEDERATE CARBINES & MUSKETOONS BY MURPHY

AUTOGRAPHED FIRST EDITION COPY OF CONFEDERATE CARBINES & MUSKETOONS BY MURPHY

Nice, clean, tight, slightly used copy of the above titled book. Volume was written by the John M. Murphy published by him in 1986. The volume runs 248 pages with index and is profusely illustrated.… (2022-1300). Learn More »

COLT ARMY .44 CALIBER BULLET MOLD MARKED 44H

COLT ARMY .44 CALIBER BULLET MOLD MARKED 44H

A bullet mold for Colt’s 1860 Army Revolver. This model of Colt became a standard issue army sidearm and some 200,000 of were made from 1860 through 1873 for the military and civilian market.… (490-3208). Learn More »

.31 CALIBER BULLET MOLD FOR COLT 1849 POCKET REVOLVER

.31 CALIBER BULLET MOLD FOR COLT 1849 POCKET REVOLVER

Marking: “Colt Patent.” Two cavity type; one round ball, one conical ball. Integral sprue cutter is attached at the hinge pin. Made of brass. Exhibits considerable nicks on outer sides. Mold… (490-3210). Learn More »

SMITH CAVALRY CARBINE BY THE MASS. ARMS COMPANY

SMITH CAVALRY CARBINE BY THE MASS. ARMS COMPANY

This Smith carbine has lots of original blue on the barrel and some good case color on the left frame with crisp markings:  “MANUFACTURED BY / MASS. ARMS CO / CHICOPEE FALLS. ” forward, and… (490-3788). Learn More »

FIRST MODEL ALLEN AND WHEELOCK .32 CALIBER SIDEHAMMER RIMFIRE REVOLVER

FIRST MODEL ALLEN AND WHEELOCK .32 CALIBER SIDEHAMMER RIMFIRE REVOLVER

This is a good early production example of this .32 rimfire revolver, made from 1859 to 1862, that was made before the addition of the “July 3, 1860” date on the right frame and still has a strong… (1052-235). Learn More »

$595.00
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VETERAN INSCRIBED WHITNEY ENFIELD-TYPE RIFLE MUSKET

VETERAN INSCRIBED WHITNEY ENFIELD-TYPE RIFLE MUSKET

This is a good example of a scarce Civil War rifle musket by Eli Whitney. Flayderman estimates production at 3,500, with about a third well documented as going south. This was retained by a soldier… (490-1807). Learn More »

$2,500.00
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QUEEN ANNE STYLE TURN-OFF BARREL PISTOL BY GRIFFIN AND TOW, CA 1772-82

QUEEN ANNE STYLE TURN-OFF BARREL PISTOL BY GRIFFIN AND TOW, CA 1772-82

This is very nice Revolutionary War period “turn-off” barrel side-lock pistol marked by “Griffin & Tow” in an arc over a Rococo floral scroll on the barrel breech at top, and “London”… (490-3432). Learn More »

WIPER FOR .69 CALIBER POTSDAM MUSKET

WIPER FOR .69 CALIBER POTSDAM MUSKET

This wiper was for the .69 caliber Potsdam musket.  Wipers were screwed to ramrods to hold a patch or wad of tow to clean the gun barrel.  This pattern is unusual as it has a male threaded end. … (490-3692). Learn More »

$45.00
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.69 CALIBER M1816/1842 MUSKET BALL SCREW

.69 CALIBER M1816/1842 MUSKET BALL SCREW

This is a non-excavated Civil War musket accessory. It is an iron appendage that could screw onto the threaded ramrod end to enable a soldier to “pull” a bullet and unload his musket. The piece… (490-3689). Learn More »

$75.00
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“DUG” .50 CALIBER SMITH “RUBBER CASE” CARTRIDGES

“DUG” .50 CALIBER SMITH “RUBBER CASE” CARTRIDGES

Used in the Smith carbine extensively during the early years of the Civil War, we have several specimens of these unusual .50 caliber “rubber case” cartridges in excavated “relic”… (2022-1238). Learn More »

U.S. MODEL 1842 “MISSISSIPPI RIFLE” GUN TOOL MARKED “US”

U.S. MODEL 1842 “MISSISSIPPI RIFLE” GUN TOOL MARKED “US”

This is a non-excavated model 1842 musket tool.  Two screw driver blades with a box-end wrench. Clearly stamped “US” on the neck. Originally designed for the Mississippi rifle. Iron is clean with… (490-3681). Learn More »

U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1807 (RECONVERTED) FLINTLOCK “INDIAN CARBINE”, DATED 1808

U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1807 (RECONVERTED) FLINTLOCK “INDIAN CARBINE”, DATED 1808

Springfield Armory manufactured 1,202 .54 caliber smoothbore flintlock carbines for the Indian Department between 1807 and 1810. The carbines were intended as gifts for the Native American tribes, but… (1052-97). Learn More »

POCKET FLASK FOR A COLT BABY DRAGOON

POCKET FLASK FOR A COLT BABY DRAGOON

Brass flask meas. approx. 4.50 inches overall with the raised decoration of a spread-winged eagle on each side. The body of the flask has several small indentations on both sides just below the cap.… (490-3206). Learn More »

$195.00
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VIVID EYEWITNESS ACCOUNT OF THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG – LT. HENRY J. WALTZ, 93RD PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS

An eyewitness account of the Battle of Gettysburg written by Lt. Henry J. Waltz, Quartermaster, Co. I, 93rd Pennsylvania Volunteers. The ledger measures 12” x 7 ½”; covers are rough, some separation to interior binding near the front of the… (1194-04). Learn More »

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