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SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1 ½ SECOND ISSUE REVOLVER ID’D TO A LIEUTENANT WILLIAM GREEN

SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1 ½ SECOND ISSUE REVOLVER ID’D TO A LIEUTENANT WILLIAM GREEN

Manufactured between 1868 and 1875 this revolver is a 5 shot .32 weapon. Barrel is 3.50 inches long with a very strong maker’s stamp on top of barrel. Bore has faint rifling and several spots of… (490-1657). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED M1861 SPRINGFIELD - MUNROE ELLISON 161st NEW YORK

IDENTIFIED M1861 SPRINGFIELD - MUNROE ELLISON 161st NEW YORK

This rifle saw a lot of action and campaigning in the western theatre and is a nice example of a Civil War veteran’s rifle musket, brought home and later inscribed to commemorate his service. The… (2021-698). Learn More »

MODEL 1816 CONE CONVERSION MUSKET TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED TO J. N. VANCE, 30TH MISSISSIPPI SOLDIER

MODEL 1816 CONE CONVERSION MUSKET TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED TO J. N. VANCE, 30TH MISSISSIPPI SOLDIER

Musket is a smoothbore .69 single shot muzzleloader in overall good condition. The barrel has a surface that is mostly dark with streaks of lighter areas. The brass blade front sight is mounted on the… (1000-107). Learn More »

HISTORICAL FIREARMS STOLEN FROM THE NATIONAL CIVIL WAR MUSEUM IN HARRISBURG, PA

HISTORICAL FIREARMS STOLEN FROM THE NATIONAL CIVIL WAR MUSEUM IN HARRISBURG, PA

Please click on the photograph above to view a flyer containing information regarding a Model 1860 Henry Rifle and pair of cased presentation Colt Revolvers identified to Secretary of War Simon…. Learn More »


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MAMALUKE SABER MANUFACTURED IN ENGLAND

Manufactured: England  Maker: William Harvey  Year: 1840 - 1850  Model: Mameluke  Size: 30.25  Condition: VG Wonderful Mamaluke Saber manufactured in England.  Most likely for a British officer but possible it was imported to the US market. … (870-74). Learn More »

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