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.442 WESTLEY RICHARDS “MONKEY TAIL” CARTRIDGE

.442 WESTLEY RICHARDS “MONKEY TAIL” CARTRIDGE

This specimen is a very nice regulation paper wrapped skin cartridge for the British “Monkey Tail” rifles. This one is wrapped in tan paper. Cloth tear strip sticking out of the bottom end. Very… (1212-40). Learn More »

.442 WESTLEY RICHARDS “MONKEY TAIL” CARTRIDGE – BLUE PAPERSHOTGUN

.442 WESTLEY RICHARDS “MONKEY TAIL” CARTRIDGE – BLUE PAPER

This specimen is a very nice paper wrapped skin cartridge for the British “Monkey Tail” rifles. This one is unusual as it is wrapped in blue paper (typically tan paper). Cloth tear strip sticking… (1212-54). Learn More »

REPRODUCTION .44 REMINGTON BY PIETTA WITH SPARE CYLINDER

REPRODUCTION .44 REMINGTON BY PIETTA WITH SPARE CYLINDER

Revolver has an 8.00 inch octagon barrel and a six-shot cylinder. Barrel, loading lever, cylinder and frame are all finished bright. All nipples are present on the cylinder. Hammer is also bright.… (922-30). Learn More »

BURNSIDE 5TH MODEL CARBINE, CONFEDERATE “CLEANED & REPAIRED”

BURNSIDE 5TH MODEL CARBINE, CONFEDERATE “CLEANED & REPAIRED”

This is the Burnside single shot percussion carbine, Model 1864, aka "5th model". It is a .54 caliber carbine manufactured by the Burnside Rifle Co., in Providence, Rhode Island. General Ambrose… (362-1163). Learn More »

SPRINGFIELD M1863, TYPE II, RIFLE MUSKET, DATED 1864

SPRINGFIELD M1863, TYPE II, RIFLE MUSKET, DATED 1864

This Civil War longarm is a .58 caliber Springfield Model 1863, Type II, single-shot muzzleloader. This M1863 musket was a government arsenal product from Springfield, Massachusetts. Over two hundred… (2023-3263). Learn More »

DEAN & ADAMS REVOLVER CARTRIDGE WITH PROTECTIVE WRAPPER BY ELEY, LONDON

DEAN & ADAMS REVOLVER CARTRIDGE WITH PROTECTIVE WRAPPER BY ELEY, LONDON

Rare .44 caliber (54 gauge) cartridge used in the Model 1851 Adams revolver. On October 1, 1852, Robert Adams was awarded a British Patent. The early style of these Adams cartridges were known as… (1212-99). Learn More »

EARLY BIRD-SHOT CARTRIDGE FOR 16-GAUGE SHOTGUN

EARLY BIRD-SHOT CARTRIDGE FOR 16-GAUGE SHOTGUN

Offered here is an early and interesting shot cartridge. 16-gauge cartridge with powder and shot contained in an outer paper wrapper. Cloth tear strips provide access to the cartridge. An orange label… (1212-138). Learn More »

US MODEL 1840 POMEROY CONTRACT MUSKET RIFLED AND SIGHTED

US MODEL 1840 POMEROY CONTRACT MUSKET RIFLED AND SIGHTED

The US Model 1840 musket is complicated in nomenclature and production details. Initially designated the Model 1835, it was finally designated the 1840 and collectors occasionally call it the Model… (490-4171). Learn More »

1989 COPY OF A STUDY ON BRITISH SERVICE REVOLVERS FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE DEAN S. THOMAS

1989 COPY OF A STUDY ON BRITISH SERVICE REVOLVERS FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE DEAN S. THOMAS

The title of this study is “REVOLVERS OF THE BRITISH SERVICES, 1854-1954” by W. H. J. Chamberlain and A. W. F. Taylerson and published by Museum Restoration Service of Bloomfield, Ontario and… (236-874). Learn More »

SCARCE .36 CALIBER TINFOIL CARTRIDGE BY ELEY, LONDON

SCARCE .36 CALIBER TINFOIL CARTRIDGE BY ELEY, LONDON

This is a very rare cartridge dating to before the Civil War. Made by Eley Brothers in London, this is a .36 caliber pistol cartridge with a tinfoil powder case. The cartridge was then packed in a… (1212-101). Learn More »

VERY FINE FLAP HOLSTER FOR ARMY REVOLVER

VERY FINE FLAP HOLSTER FOR ARMY REVOLVER

This is a non-regulation leather holster made to accommodate a large revolver such as a Colt or Remington “Army” revolver. The holster measures 11.25” along the front edge of the pocket. Holster… (1179-535). Learn More »

1839 DATED SPRINGFIELD US MODEL 1816 TYPE-III, AKA THE M1822/28, PERCUSSION CONVERSION

1839 DATED SPRINGFIELD US MODEL 1816 TYPE-III, AKA THE M1822/28, PERCUSSION CONVERSION

This is a very good, tight example of a Springfield Model 1816 percussion conversion musket typical of those carried by many early Civil War volunteers and intended to fire .69 caliber “buck and… (490-1671). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE IMPORT BRITISH P1853 ENFIELD RIFLE MUSKET DATED 1862

CONFEDERATE IMPORT BRITISH P1853 ENFIELD RIFLE MUSKET DATED 1862

This is an untouched, attic-condition, all-original example of the British P1853 Enfield, imported in large numbers by both sides in the Civil War, but bearing markings indicating it was specifically… (490-5711). Learn More »

ARSENAL PERCUSSION CONVERSION STARR CONTRACT M1816 TYPE-III, AKA M1822/28 MUSKET

ARSENAL PERCUSSION CONVERSION STARR CONTRACT M1816 TYPE-III, AKA M1822/28 MUSKET

This musket rates very good for condition and is great example of a U.S. flintlock musket produced on contract for the U.S. government and then altered to percussion at a U.S. government arsenal in… (480-327). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED CARBINE FROM THE 11th VIRGINIA CAVALRY - GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN USED

IDENTIFIED CARBINE FROM THE 11th VIRGINIA CAVALRY - GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN USED

This is an arsenal cut down Model 1854 Lorenz .54 caliber rifle-musket. Known as "Razee" carbines in official Confederate correspondence. The carbine measures 41 inches in total length. The barrel is… (88-186). Learn More »

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“FIREARMS FROM EUROPE” BY NOE, YANTZ, & WHISKER

“FIREARMS FROM EUROPE” BY NOE, YANTZ, & WHISKER

Here is a good volume on European firearms imported to the United States during the Civil War. Book has colorful printed hard cover and is the extra large European “A4” size (measures 9.25” x… (236-842). Learn More »

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US WORLD WAR TWO M-1A1 PARATROOPER CARBINE SCABBARD

US WORLD WAR TWO M-1A1 PARATROOPER CARBINE SCABBARD

Scabbard was designed solely for the M-1A1 folding stock carbine. Made of OD Green canvas the scabbard was slightly padded with a flap at top that was fastened by two lift-dot fasteners. The rear has… (1216-21). Learn More »

LEATHER HOLSTER WITH VERBAL ID TO 17TH & 56TH NORTH CAROLINA CAPTAIN

LEATHER HOLSTER WITH VERBAL ID TO 17TH & 56TH NORTH CAROLINA CAPTAIN

Small black leather holster made for a small model pistol like a Colt pocket or Bacon revolver. Leather is very thin but in good supple condition. Outer flap has a 5.00 inch long strap sewn to the… (1179-533). Learn More »

FINE-PLUS CONDITION NEW MODEL 1859 SHARPS CARBINE

FINE-PLUS CONDITION NEW MODEL 1859 SHARPS CARBINE

This Sharps rates Fine+ for condition. It is complete, with all original parts, over 30 percent original finish including full barrel coverage of blue turned plum, matching on the barrel band, sharp… (302-114). Learn More »

VERY NICE ELEY’S WIRE SHOT

VERY NICE ELEY’S WIRE SHOT

A colorful paper container with printed advertising and labels. Round label on the end reads, “ELEY’S / Improved Patent Wire Cartridge / No. 1”.  Contains a wire “basket” filled with shot.… (1219-09). Learn More »


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REMARKABLE SWORD IDENTIFIED TO GEORGE WILLIAM GORDON (1801-1877), US CONSUL TO BRAZIL (1840-46) AND SLAVE TRADE OPPONENT

A remarkable sword manufactured by W.H. Horstmann & Co., New York after the Model 1834 US Revenue Cutter/Marine sword. Neatly engraved on the reverse folding guard, “Geo. Wm. Gordon / United States Consul”. Born on February 8, 1801 in Exeter,… (870-60). Learn More »

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