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VERY NICE GERMAN LUFTWAFFE MAUSER KAR-98K SERVICE RIFLE

VERY NICE GERMAN LUFTWAFFE MAUSER KAR-98K SERVICE RIFLE

Excellent example of a very uncommon German Air Force standard issue 7.92mm Kar-98k service rifle made early in the war.  Principal markings include: “8559n” (serial number); “byf 41”… (2022-1696). Learn More »

VERY FINE MODEL 1863, TYPE II, RIFLED MUSKET, DATED 1864

VERY FINE MODEL 1863, TYPE II, RIFLED MUSKET, DATED 1864

This original Civil War long arm is complete and in very fine condition, "Springfield" Model 1863, Type 2, .58 caliber, percussion muzzleloader. The rifle-musket was a government arsenal product… (218-595). Learn More »

COOK RIFLE

COOK RIFLE

This Cook & Brother New Orleans 2 band rifle is in "gun collector" condition; that is spectacular! Once in the famous collection of Dr. Edgar V. Howell Jr. of Atlanta Georgia it has for 10 years… (88-144). Learn More »

$39,950.00
ON HOLD

EXCELLENT 1844 DATED MODEL 1842 SPRINGFIELD: PRE-MEXICAN WAR AND FIRST YEAR OF PRODUCTION!

EXCELLENT 1844 DATED MODEL 1842 SPRINGFIELD: PRE-MEXICAN WAR AND FIRST YEAR OF PRODUCTION!

This U.S. Model 1842 musket is complete, all original, and would be hard to improve upon for date or condition. All bands, springs, swivels, and the ramrod are in place. Wood and metal have a tight… (218-583). Learn More »

$3,595.00
Originally $3,750.00

PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA-INSPECTED, DERINGER MODEL 1817 RIFLE CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION

PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA-INSPECTED, DERINGER MODEL 1817 RIFLE CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION

This longarm is a U.S. M1817 Common Rifle produced by contractor Henry Deringer of Philadelphia, PA. Under contract with the government, Deringer converted some 13,000 such flintlocks to percussion… (218-530). Learn More »

$2,295.00
Originally $2,445.00

US M1841 RIFLE BY ROBBINS, KENDALL AND LAWRENCE DATED 1848

US M1841 RIFLE BY ROBBINS, KENDALL AND LAWRENCE DATED 1848

The firm of Robbins, Kendall and Lawrence was organized in 1844 specifically to obtain a contract for U.S. Model 1841 rifles, offered by the government at a fixed priced per rifle rather than letting… (2022-380). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CAPTURED JOSLYN RIFLE!!!

CONFEDERATE CAPTURED JOSLYN RIFLE!!!

Proof positive that the Joslyn rifle was carried into combat!  The Joslyn rifle Model 1864 is a rare, breech loading longarm produced at the Springfield Armory between January and June 1865. Though… (88-140). Learn More »

$4,250.00
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CONFEDERATE ALTERATION OF A VIRGINIA MANUFACTORY MUSKET BY PERSIGNON: EX-CROMWELL, EX-BEN MICHEL, PUBLISHED ASAC AND BY MURPHY AND MADAUS, WITH A LIKELY VA MANUFACTORY BAYONET

CONFEDERATE ALTERATION OF A VIRGINIA MANUFACTORY MUSKET BY PERSIGNON: EX-CROMWELL, EX-BEN MICHEL, PUBLISHED ASAC AND BY MURPHY AND MADAUS, WITH A LIKELY VA MANUFACTORY BAYONET

This is a very strong example of a Virginia Manufactory musket converted to percussion by Francis Persignon of Richmond, most likely for the Commonwealth of Virginia between October 1861 and September… (1000-266). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE "COLLECTED" PALMETTO MUSKET

CONFEDERATE "COLLECTED" PALMETTO MUSKET

Amazingly this Southern made Palmetto musket was worked on no less than three times by Confederate Ordnance! This fine condition Model 1842 pattern percussion musket was manufactured in 1852 by the… (88-124). Learn More »

SCARCE 1799 DATED SPRINGFIELD 1795 TYPE-II MUSKET

SCARCE 1799 DATED SPRINGFIELD 1795 TYPE-II MUSKET

Springfield was designated one of two US armories for the manufacture of arms in 1794 and production of the “US muskets, Charleville pattern” (designated the Model 1795 by collectors for… (1052-68). Learn More »

RICHMOND TYPE-II RIFLE MUSKET, MID-1862

RICHMOND TYPE-II RIFLE MUSKET, MID-1862

This is very good example of a Richmond Type-II rifle musket made in mid-1862 showing the beveled low-hump lock plate introduced in March 1862 and using the early 1862 die strike replaced later in the… (490-2958). Learn More »

VETERAN INSCRIBED WHITNEY ENFIELD-TYPE RIFLE MUSKET

VETERAN INSCRIBED WHITNEY ENFIELD-TYPE RIFLE MUSKET

This is a good example of a scarce Civil War rifle musket by Eli Whitney. Flayderman estimates production at 3,500, with about a third well documented as going south. This was retained by a soldier… (490-1807). Learn More »

$2,500.00
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SPRINGFIELD 1858 CADET RIFLE MUSKET, TYPE-II, DATED 1859

SPRINGFIELD 1858 CADET RIFLE MUSKET, TYPE-II, DATED 1859

The 1858 Cadet is a slightly down-sized version of the M1855 rifle musket carrying a 38-inch long barrel and shorter stock, but the same Maynard tape priming system, three-groove rifling, etc. Just… (362-978). Learn More »

$3,295.00
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FINE QUALITY SCHUTZEN TARGET RIFLE BY J.H. HAPPOLDT OF CHARLESTON, SC

FINE QUALITY SCHUTZEN TARGET RIFLE BY J.H. HAPPOLDT OF CHARLESTON, SC

This South Carolina made fine quality percussion, muzzle-loading target rifle has an original detachable false muzzle. The piece may also be considered as a possible Sniper’s rifle by virtue of its… (766-1759). Learn More »

$4,500.00
Originally $5,500.00

MODEL 1892 WINCHESTER RIFLE

MODEL 1892 WINCHESTER RIFLE

Serial number 70464, this Model 1892 Winchester is .38 WCF, was made in 1894, and rates near Fine for overall condition with 80% thin shiny blue on the receiver, stronger on the right, with some… (169-533). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CAPTURED AND COLLECTED J.P. MOORE ENFIELDCONFEDERATE CAPTURED AND COLLECTED J.P. MOORE ENFIELD

CONFEDERATE CAPTURED AND COLLECTED J.P. MOORE ENFIELD

J.P. Moore was in the gun business in New York from 1822, and the firm existed under several names until about 1870. Moore’s are study and collecting area of their own. Moore sold the U.S.… (1175-02). Learn More »

SCARCE 1859-DATED SPRINGFIELD TYPE-3 M1855 RIFLE MUSKET

SCARCE 1859-DATED SPRINGFIELD TYPE-3 M1855 RIFLE MUSKET

This scarce Springfield Armory Type-3 1855 Rifle Musket is one of 2,200 produced from August into November 1859 and rates good to very good for condition, with all original parts, clear markings on… (490-2994). Learn More »

$2,800.00
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MODEL 1863 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET TYPE II DATED 1863  WITH ENFIELD RAMROD

MODEL 1863 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET TYPE II DATED 1863 WITH ENFIELD RAMROD

The barrel is turning a plumb brown with scattered areas of the original bright finish underneath. The front sight is present at the muzzle and the rear sight has two flip up leaves. Left flat of the… (1052-213). Learn More »

$1,495.00
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BEAUTIFUL “CAPTURED & COLLECTED” MODEL 1861 CONTRACT RIFLE MUSKET, DATED 1864

BEAUTIFUL “CAPTURED & COLLECTED” MODEL 1861 CONTRACT RIFLE MUSKET, DATED 1864

This Model 1861, .58 caliber, percussion rifle musket is complete, and in very good condition. Produced by E. Robinson in New York. Acquired at some point by the Confederates, cleaned and/or repaired,… (218-588). Learn More »

MODEL 1842 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET, DATED 1850

MODEL 1842 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET, DATED 1850

Model 1842, .69 caliber musket manufactured at Springfield, Mass. The barrel is a full 42” in length and in overall nice smooth condition with bright finish. No pitting around breech and bolster… (172-5805). Learn More »

$1,800.00
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RARE CONFEDERATE “THREE SQUARE” SOCKET BAYONET

This is an excavated example of a Confederate-made musket socket bayonet.  Measuring 21” overall with a 2.75” socket.  This was made for an early .69 caliber musket with a bayonet lug mounted on the bottom of the barrel; as the bridge is on the… (2022-459). Learn More »

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