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REMINGTON MODEL 1862 CONTRACT RIFLE, AKA: THE REMINGTON “ZOUAVE”

REMINGTON MODEL 1862 CONTRACT RIFLE, AKA: THE REMINGTON “ZOUAVE”

Moller calls these rifles the “Remington 1862 Contract Rifle,” and Flayderman, the “Model 1863 Contract Rifle.” They are best known as the “Remington Zouave”. The company obtained a… (362-1168). Learn More »

$1,950.00
ON HOLD

MODEL 1861 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE MUSKET, DATED 1862

MODEL 1861 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE MUSKET, DATED 1862

This the Model 1861, .58 caliber, percussion rifle musket as made at the Springfield Armory in Massachusetts. All gun metal on this rifle has matching patina. A spread-winged eagle motif is stamped on… (2023-3264). Learn More »

PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE MUSKET BY POTTS & HUNT

PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE MUSKET BY POTTS & HUNT

The round barrel is just over 38.5” long. The surface has turned a dark pewter color over much of its surface with only light pitting at the breech. Front blade sight and flip-up, long-range rear… (1000-343). 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 »

EXCELLENT JAPANESE TYPE 99 RIFLE AND BAYONET WITH CAPTURE PAPER FROM SAIPAN

EXCELLENT JAPANESE TYPE 99 RIFLE AND BAYONET WITH CAPTURE PAPER FROM SAIPAN

Very nice example of an early First Series 7.7mm Arisaka Type 99 rifle with documented provenance to Saipan! Principal markings include: Chrysanthemum (Imperial Army property mark); “30846”… (2024-46). 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 »

WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA RIFLE BY ABIAS BUTLER SMITH

WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA RIFLE BY ABIAS BUTLER SMITH

This attractive half-stock Pennsylvania rifle has 37 ½ inch, .40 caliber octagonal barrel engraved on the top flat in script: “A B Smith.” This was Abial Butler Smith, born in Pennsylvania in… (1218-01). Learn More »

SCARCE PRIVATE ISSUE SHIP’S MUSKET BY BARNETT, AND BAYONET

SCARCE PRIVATE ISSUE SHIP’S MUSKET BY BARNETT, AND BAYONET

This British musket imitates a contemporary government Brown Bess musket, but is much shorter. There are many military-style short muskets, musketoons and carbines that are not identifiable, but this… (1214-02). Learn More »

HISTORIC WAR OF 1812 NEW YORK STATE ISSUE MUSKET

HISTORIC WAR OF 1812 NEW YORK STATE ISSUE MUSKET

The .69 smooth bore original flint lock musket was manufactured by Lemuel Pomeroy of Pittsfield Massachusetts under the "Militia Act of 1808" specifically for the State of New York. This example draws… (88-185). Learn More »

$2,750.00
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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
ON HOLD

EXCELLENT MARLIN M1892 LEVER ACTION RIFLE, SCARCE .22 CAL.

EXCELLENT MARLIN M1892 LEVER ACTION RIFLE, SCARCE .22 CAL.

This Marlin stands out with 90% or better overall original finish and a pistol-grip checkered stock with attractive grain. The octagon barrel has full coverage of blue shifting toward plum brown… (1140-64). Learn More »

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 »

RARE MASSACHUSETTS LINDNER ALTERATION MODEL 1841 RIFLE

RARE MASSACHUSETTS LINDNER ALTERATION MODEL 1841 RIFLE

This is one of one hundred M1841 Rifles altered to the Lindner breechloading system for the state of Massachusetts in Fall 1861. Massachusetts had acquired 4,000 M1841s made by Robbins and Lawrence… (172-5903). 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

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
ON HOLD

FRENCH 1785 CONTRACT MUSKET FOR THE STATE OF VIRGINIA CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION

FRENCH 1785 CONTRACT MUSKET FOR THE STATE OF VIRGINIA CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION

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… (1000-252). Learn More »

$3,025.00
Originally $3,800.00


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CONFEDERATE GENERAL THOMAS “STONEWALL” JACKSON’S SIGNED, PERSONAL COPY OF A COMPLETE TREATISE ON FIELD FORTIFICATIONS

Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson Signed Copy of His West Point Textbook, A Complete Treatise on Field Fortifications. The future Confederate general's bold signature, signed "Thos. J. Jackson" ca. 1846, occurs at the top of the front free endpaper. The… (1179-682). Learn More »

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