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VERY SCARCE 1799-1800 SWAN CONTRACT VIRGINIA MILITIA REGIMENTALLY MARKED MUSKET: 42nd REGIMENT, PITTSYLVANIA

VERY SCARCE 1799-1800 SWAN CONTRACT VIRGINIA MILITIA REGIMENTALLY MARKED MUSKET: 42nd REGIMENT, PITTSYLVANIA

This musket is stamped “42. VA. REGT. PITTSYLVANIA” on the barrel, was later altered to percussion and then shortened for use in the civilian market. It is a scarce survivor from muskets delivered… (1000-241). Learn More »

SPRINGFIELD M1855 PERCUSSION RIFLE-MUSKET, DATED 1857

SPRINGFIELD M1855 PERCUSSION RIFLE-MUSKET, DATED 1857

This Civil War era single-shot muzzleloader is a .58 caliber Springfield Model 1855 percussion rifle-musket in very nice overall condition. Longarm has a 40” round barrel with broad three-groove… (987-10). Learn More »

$3,200.00
Originally $3,650.00

MODEL 1841 HALL BREECHLOADING RIFLE: A SCARCE RIFLE, MADE IN PERCUSSION, AND THE LAST OF THE BREED

MODEL 1841 HALL BREECHLOADING RIFLE: A SCARCE RIFLE, MADE IN PERCUSSION, AND THE LAST OF THE BREED

The breechloading Model 1841 Hall rifle retained the .52 caliber 32 5/8” rifled barrel of the Model 1819, but finally caught up with Hall carbines in the use of percussion priming. These are fairly… (490-3498). Learn More »

SCARCE MODEL 1841 SPRINGFIELD CADET MUSKET, DATED 1844

SCARCE MODEL 1841 SPRINGFIELD CADET MUSKET, DATED 1844

Model 1841 Cadet Musket was produced at Springfield Armory between 1844 and 1845.  This is one of only 450 of these weapons produced. Intended for the Corps of Cadets at West Point. This is a .57… (1000-138). Learn More »

$6,800.00
Originally $8,500.00

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 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
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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 »

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 »

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 »

$2,850.00
ON HOLD

MODEL 1858 CADET MUSKET DATED 1858

MODEL 1858 CADET MUSKET DATED 1858

An original Springfield Model 1858 Cadet rifle musket in .58 caliber in nice condition. Metal surfaces appear to have been cleaned and are bright. The 38.00-inch barrel has a surface that wears a… (490-3489). Learn More »

MODEL 1842 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET “RIFLED AND SIGHTED” 1853/55

MODEL 1842 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET “RIFLED AND SIGHTED” 1853/55

U.S. Model 1842 muskets that were rifled and given long-range rear sights saw service particularly in the early Civil War when arms were in short supply for the immense number of new volunteers and… (490-4633). Learn More »

MODEL 1847 ARTILLERY MUSKETOON

MODEL 1847 ARTILLERY MUSKETOON

This is the Model 1847 “Artillery” Musketoon, produced by the Springfield Armory circa 1848 to 1859, with a total production of 3,359. The musket is a .69 caliber, smoothbore, single-shot… (490-4627). Learn More »

$2,500.00
ON HOLD

LEMAN AND TYRUITT BROTHERS MARKED TREATY GUN

LEMAN AND TYRUITT BROTHERS MARKED TREATY GUN

This percussion Pennsylvania/Kentucky style rifle bears a small “US” stamp in the wood just below the triggerguard, placing it in the category of a “treaty rifle” acquired by the government as… (30-2261). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE “CAPTURED & COLLECTED” MODEL 1842 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET, DATED 1850/1852

CONFEDERATE “CAPTURED & COLLECTED” MODEL 1842 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET, DATED 1850/1852

Model 1842, .69 caliber musket manufactured at Springfield, Mass. The barrel is a full 42” in length and in overall good condition with brown tone. Pitting around breech and bolster area with date… (1195-01). Learn More »

1985 STUDY ON THE KENTUCKY RIFLE BY THE KENTUCKY RIFLE ASSOCIATION

1985 STUDY ON THE KENTUCKY RIFLE BY THE KENTUCKY RIFLE ASSOCIATION

The full title of this volume is “THE KENTUCKY RIFLE; A TRUE AMERICAN HERITAGE IN PICTURE” by The Kentucky Rifle Association and published by Forte Group of Alexandria, Virginia in 1985. The… (1032-132). Learn More »

DERINGER MILITARY FLINTLOCK RIFLE CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION

DERINGER MILITARY FLINTLOCK RIFLE CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION

These rare military arms were produced by Henry Deringer of Philadelphia between 1810 -1820. Overall this weapon meas. approx. 54.00 inches long. The octagon barrel is approx. 38.00 inches long and… (911-57). Learn More »

$4,675.00
Originally $5,200.00

AN ORIGINAL SWEDISH MODEL 1815 DOG LOCK MUSKET

AN ORIGINAL SWEDISH MODEL 1815 DOG LOCK MUSKET

This is an original Swedish Model 1815 Dog Lock Musket of about .75 caliber. A "Dog Lock" is a flintlock with a lever catch on the lock plate that engages the hammer at half cock. This acts as a… (766-1714). Learn More »

$1,350.00
Originally $1,650.00

REMINGTON, MAYNARD TAPE CONVERSION OF M1816 MUSKET

REMINGTON, MAYNARD TAPE CONVERSION OF M1816 MUSKET

This heavy, full-stock, percussion, .69 caliber, musket was originally a Model 1816 flintlock, smoothbore musket. It was altered to percussion ignition. A new Remington Arms Company Maynard-style… (490-2957). Learn More »

SCARCE U.S. MODEL 1841 PERCUSSION CADET MUSKET

SCARCE U.S. MODEL 1841 PERCUSSION CADET MUSKET

The Model 1841 Cadet musket was made by the Springfield Armory between 1844-1845 with a total of only 450 produced. These weapons were made in .57 caliber with a 40” round barrel. Metal surfaces are… (490-3481). Learn More »


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1862 TIFFANY GENERAL GUIDE FLAG OF THE 143rd NEW YORK

This Tiffany-made general guide flag was certainly among the colors presented to the 143rd New York Volunteers upon its formal organization in October 1862. Like the embroidered stars-and-stripes national color presented on that occasion, and now in… (1179-017). Learn More »

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