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HARPERS FERRY M1855 PERCUSSION RIFLE-MUSKET, DATED 1858

HARPERS FERRY M1855 PERCUSSION RIFLE-MUSKET, DATED 1858

This Civil War era single-shot muzzleloader is a .58 caliber Harpers Ferry Model 1855 percussion rifle-musket in excellent overall condition. Longarm has a 40” round barrel with broad three-groove… (480-380). Learn More »

$6,500.00
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MODEL 1860 SPENCER ARMY RIFLE

MODEL 1860 SPENCER ARMY RIFLE

This Spencer M1860 Army Rifle serial #9269 is all original, and mechanically perfect, with bore that is decent, though in the black. The serial number dates it to the third or fourth quarter of 1863.… (1244-03). Learn More »

$2,750.00
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SCARCE LEMAN MILITIA RIFLE

SCARCE LEMAN MILITIA RIFLE

This is a very good example of a scarce rifle. Henry E. Leman made just 300 or so rifles of this pattern, including some variations. This is all original and complete with ramrod, sights, bands,… (490-6825). Learn More »

UNISSUED SHARPS RIFLE FORE STOCK

UNISSUED SHARPS RIFLE FORE STOCK

An original fore stock made by the Sharps Rifle Company during the Civil War as “arsenal replacement” stock for battlefield damaged weapons. This was never used and is fully cut and mortised for… (362-964). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG COPELAND SPENCER M1860 ARMY RIFLE #2494: THIRD PURCHASE ORDER

GETTYSBURG COPELAND SPENCER M1860 ARMY RIFLE #2494: THIRD PURCHASE ORDER

Wiley Sword correlated Spencer production numbers with deliveries to provide estimated serial number ranges for the 1,200 Model 1860 Spencer Army Rifles ordered by Col. Joseph Copeland to arm the 5th… (1081-25). Learn More »

COLT “SPECIAL MODEL 1861” MUSKET, NEW JERSEY CONTRACT, DATED 1862/63

COLT “SPECIAL MODEL 1861” MUSKET, NEW JERSEY CONTRACT, DATED 1862/63

This original Civil War shoulder arm is a Colt “Special Model 1861” contract rifle musket made from 1861 to 1865 by the Colt Manufacturing Company of Hartford, Connecticut. Though no serial… (490-2956). Learn More »

BELGIAN M1857 MUSKET MARKED “MONSEUR / LIEGE” WITH BAYONET

BELGIAN M1857 MUSKET MARKED “MONSEUR / LIEGE” WITH BAYONET

This musket is a Liège (Belgium) made gun, a copy of a French Model 1857 Rifle Musket. Round barrel measures approximately 40 ½”, is the standard (French) .69/.70 caliber, and is rifled. Bore is… (2023-2481). Learn More »

SCARCE J. HENRY & SON “SABER RIFLE” PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA AND EARLY WAR VOLUNTEERS, ILLUSTRATED IN DRILL MANUALS

SCARCE J. HENRY & SON “SABER RIFLE” PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA AND EARLY WAR VOLUNTEERS, ILLUSTRATED IN DRILL MANUALS

These scarce, attractive and rather unique looking .58 caliber rifles made by J. Henry & Son have 35-inch octagon-to-round browned barrels, long-range rear sights and brass mounts encompassing the… (1193-24). Learn More »

REGIMENTALLY MARKED 1861-DATED P1853 ENFIELD 110th NEW YORK: PORT HUDSON

REGIMENTALLY MARKED 1861-DATED P1853 ENFIELD 110th NEW YORK: PORT HUDSON

This is a very good condition P1853 Enfield rifle musket, imported in the hundreds of thousands by both sides in the Civil War, but a scarce one bearing original markings indicating issue to the 110th… (1140-59). Learn More »

$2,950.00
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MODEL 1882 MAYNARD “IMPROVED HUNTING OR TARGET RIFLE, NO. 9”

MODEL 1882 MAYNARD “IMPROVED HUNTING OR TARGET RIFLE, NO. 9”

Here is a .35 caliber, Maynard “Improved Hunting or Target Rifle, Number 9” by Massachusetts Arms Company. The single-shot, breech-loading Maynard rifle used a thick-rim primed metallic cartridge… (490-6136). 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 »

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 »

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 »

$1,895.00
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WINCHESTER MODEL 1892, HALF OCTAGON BARREL, .38 WCF

WINCHESTER MODEL 1892, HALF OCTAGON BARREL, .38 WCF

A lighter frame version of the M1886 with same chambering as the M1873. Made 1892-1941, This is number 216566, giving it a 1903 date of manufacture. In .38 caliber, with short magazine and half… (1140-63). Learn More »

FRENCH 1785 CONTRACT MUSKET FOR THE STATE OF VIRGINIA CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION- MARKED “54TH VA. REGT. NORFOLK BOROUGH”

FRENCH 1785 CONTRACT MUSKET FOR THE STATE OF VIRGINIA CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION- MARKED “54TH VA. REGT. NORFOLK BOROUGH”

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… (1000-253). Learn More »

$4,000.00
Originally $5,000.00

CONFEDERATE ALTERATION OF A STATE OF VIRGINIA SWAN CONTRACT MUSKET MARKED “ORANGE CO.”

CONFEDERATE ALTERATION OF A STATE OF VIRGINIA SWAN CONTRACT MUSKET MARKED “ORANGE CO.”

In 1795 Virginia advertised for a contract to procure 4,000 muskets per annum. Colonel James Swan of Boston offered in September of 1796 to supply 4,000 musket per year for five years for a total of… (1000-289). Learn More »

$3,200.00
Originally $4,000.00

DRUM CONVERSION OF A STATE OF VIRGINIA SWAN CONTRACT MUSKET MARKED “VA. REGT. FAUQUIER” WITH CUT DOWN STOCK

DRUM CONVERSION OF A STATE OF VIRGINIA SWAN CONTRACT MUSKET MARKED “VA. REGT. FAUQUIER” WITH CUT DOWN STOCK

In 1795 Virginia advertised for a contract to procure 4,000 muskets per annum. Colonel James Swan of Boston offered in September of 1796 to supply 4,000 musket per year for five years for a total of… (1000-245). Learn More »

$3,025.00
Originally $3,800.00


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SCARCE VIEW OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL THOMAS ROSSER FROM THE ALBUM OF R. CHANNING PRICE PRESENTED TO HIM BY JEB STUART

CDV is a full standing view of Thomas L. Rosser wearing a dark civilian frock coat with a white vest and dark cravat with matching white trousers. He holds his dark hat in his hand, just behind his waist. Rosser is posed in front of a painted… (846-497). Learn More »

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