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CONFEDERATE CONVERSION OF A MODEL 1816 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET

CONFEDERATE CONVERSION OF A MODEL 1816 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET

This weapon is a single shot, muzzle loading, .69 caliber smoothbore musket manufactured at the US armory in Springfield. Originally produced as a flintlock it was converted to percussion by the… (1000-114). Learn More »

$2,000.00
Originally $2,500.00

VERY RARE .36 CALIBER SMITH “RUBBER CASE” CARTRIDGE

VERY RARE .36 CALIBER SMITH “RUBBER CASE” CARTRIDGE

Gilbert Smith of Buttermilk Falls, NY, received patent #17,702 in June of 1857 for his invention of a cartridge case made of India rubber. All should be familiar with the .50 caliber Smith carbine… (1212-181). Learn More »

90-BORE (~.36 CALIBER) SHARPS “SPORTING RIFLE” CARTRIDGE

90-BORE (~.36 CALIBER) SHARPS “SPORTING RIFLE” CARTRIDGE

This style of cartridge was originally made prior to the Civil War and eventually replaced in the North by the “New Model” linen cartridges. However, the simple method of just tying the plain… (1212-87). Learn More »

60-BORE (~.44 CALIBER) SHARPS CARTRIDGE, GOMEZ & MILLS PATENT

60-BORE (~.44 CALIBER) SHARPS CARTRIDGE, GOMEZ & MILLS PATENT

Here is a very rare 60-Bore Sharps cartridge with a multi-groove bullet by Gomez and Mills. This cartridge is in fine condition. The paper is crisp, and you can clearly see where another cartridge… (1212-85). Learn More »

.36 CALIBER REVOLVER CARTRIDGE AND BULLET -- D.C. SAGE

.36 CALIBER REVOLVER CARTRIDGE AND BULLET -- D.C. SAGE

"Seamless" skin cartridges were made by D.C. Sage under the Hotchkiss patent of 1862. Mutton or hog's intestine was spirally wound around a former so that the seams crossed perpendicular to each other… (1212-111). 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 »

$6,000.00
Originally $7,500.00

CIVIL WAR IMPORT AUSTRIAN/PIEDMONT-SARDINIA/LIEGE MUSKETOON

CIVIL WAR IMPORT AUSTRIAN/PIEDMONT-SARDINIA/LIEGE MUSKETOON

This nice looking imported musketoon likely arrived in the U.S. courtesy of American purchasing agents scouring Europe for arms in 1861 and 1862. This is smoothbore, .70 caliber, with an overall… (998-27). Learn More »

$1,650.00
Originally $1,950.00

VERY RARE .36 CALIBER MARSTON PISTOL CARTRIDGE

VERY RARE .36 CALIBER MARSTON PISTOL CARTRIDGE

U.S. patent #8956 was granted to William W. Marston & Frederick Goodell on May 18, 1852 for this cartridge. It was intended to be used in a breech-loading single shot firearm of Marston's design,… (1212-226). Learn More »

VERY RARE .36 CALIBER SAVAGE “SKIN” CARTRIDGE

VERY RARE .36 CALIBER SAVAGE “SKIN” CARTRIDGE

Scarce .36 caliber Savage cartridge for Navy revolvers. Here is a cartridge that is rarely offered for sale in this fine condition. This style of cartridge was made by D.C. Sage of Middletown, CT.… (1212-114). Learn More »

VERY RARE .44 CALIBER JOSLYN REVOLVER CARTRIDGE

VERY RARE .44 CALIBER JOSLYN REVOLVER CARTRIDGE

Rarest of the rare, a .44 caliber cartridge for Joslyn Army revolvers. A pointy, two-groove bullet with paper case tied to the bullet. After filling with powder, the case was “choked and tied at the… (1212-92). Learn More »

SELMA ARSENAL WRAPPER AND ENFIELD CARTRIDGES

SELMA ARSENAL WRAPPER AND ENFIELD CARTRIDGES

Included in a wood display case is a cartridge wrapper from Selma Arsenal dated July 1864, seven complete cartridges, and a pack of percussion caps.  The cartridges and caps came out of this… (1000-743). Learn More »

$2,800.00
Originally $3,500.00

COPY OF “ELEY CARTIDGES” FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE DEAN S. THOMAS

COPY OF “ELEY CARTIDGES” FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE DEAN S. THOMAS

The full title of this volume is “ELEY CARTRIDGES: A HISTORY OF THE SILVERSMITHS AND AMMUNITION MANUFACTURERS” by C. W. Harding and published by Quiller Press of Wykey, Shrewsbury, England in… (236-469). Learn More »

PUBLIC PROPERTY MARKED POWDER FLASK

PUBLIC PROPERTY MARKED POWDER FLASK

Just two thousand of these flasks were contracted for by James Baker of Philadelphia in 1825 and delivered by 1827. They were for use with military rifles, particularly the common rifle of 1817,… (1000-708). Learn More »

$440.00
Originally $550.00

HANDSOME INSCRIBED MOORE REVOLVER WITH HOLSTER OF C.H. RICHMOND

HANDSOME INSCRIBED MOORE REVOLVER WITH HOLSTER OF C.H. RICHMOND

Moore revolvers used the .32 caliber self-contained metallic rimfire cartridge, which was available and convenient. They were not subject to damage by rough handling, weather resistant, and made a… (2023-2603). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE ORDNANCE “CAPTURED AND COLLECTED” 1862 DATED US MODEL 1861 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE MUSKET – “Q” INSPECTION MARK

CONFEDERATE ORDNANCE “CAPTURED AND COLLECTED” 1862 DATED US MODEL 1861 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE MUSKET – “Q” INSPECTION MARK

This 1862 dated Springfield is both in very good condition and bears a “Q” stamping on the underside of the stock just forward of the triggerguard tang that is now recognized as the final… (490-2845). Learn More »

MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY REVOLVER

MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY REVOLVER

A Civil War Colt Model 1860 Army revolver in good original condition. In production from 1860 through 1873, these handguns were the successor to the Colt Third Model Dragoon pistols. The Model 1860… (1099-33). Learn More »

$2,950.00
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ELEGANT DOUBLE COMPARTMENT PISTOL POWDER FLASK

ELEGANT DOUBLE COMPARTMENT PISTOL POWDER FLASK

This small pistol flask is embossed with an attractive pair of oak leaf and acorn clusters in the top quarter, below which a long, thin, scrolling chevron with dots separates it from a pair of knotted… (490-5380). Learn More »

COLT MODEL 1877 DOUBLE ACTION .38 CAL. SHORT BARREL LIGHTNING REVOLVER

COLT MODEL 1877 DOUBLE ACTION .38 CAL. SHORT BARREL LIGHTNING REVOLVER

Excellent-plus condition with 90 percent or better original finish, including on the hammer, strong blue and vivid case colors. Excellent, sharply checkered hard rubber grips with the rampant colt at… (490-5576). Learn More »

FIRST REVISED EDITION COPY OF “CONFEDERATE CARBINES & MUSKETOONS” BY MURPHY FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE DEAN S. THOMAS

FIRST REVISED EDITION COPY OF “CONFEDERATE CARBINES & MUSKETOONS” BY MURPHY FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE DEAN S. THOMAS

Nice, clean, tight, copy of the above titled book. Volume was written by John M. Murphy with supplemental research done by Howard Michael Madaus and published in 2002. The volume runs 320 pages with… (236-487). Learn More »

COLT SPECIAL MODEL 1861 MUSKET DATED 1863

COLT SPECIAL MODEL 1861 MUSKET DATED 1863

This Colt Special Model 1861 musket was made under government contract from 1861 to 1865 by the Colt Manufacturing Co. of Hartford, Connecticut. Longarm is a .58 caliber, single-shot muzzleloader with… (1099-31). Learn More »


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