Identified Firearms

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SMITH AND WESSON No. 2 ARMY REVOLVER ID’D BY CARVING TO C.W. KNIFFIN, LIEUTENANT 49th MASS, WIA PORT HUDSON

SMITH AND WESSON No. 2 ARMY REVOLVER ID’D BY CARVING TO C.W. KNIFFIN, LIEUTENANT 49th MASS, WIA PORT HUDSON

This is a good example of the Smith and Wesson Number 2 Army Revolver, a model made from 1861 to 1874, and very popular from its use of self-contained, waterproof rimfire cartridges. The army… (2022-982). Learn More »

MASS. ARMS CO. WESSON & LEVETT BELT REVOLVER, IDENTIFIED TO 12TH MASS. SOLDIER WOUNDED AT ANTIETAM & FREDERICKSBURG, CAPTURED AT GETTYSBURG, DIED IN PRISON

MASS. ARMS CO. WESSON & LEVETT BELT REVOLVER, IDENTIFIED TO 12TH MASS. SOLDIER WOUNDED AT ANTIETAM & FREDERICKSBURG, CAPTURED AT GETTYSBURG, DIED IN PRISON

Offered here is a novel hand gun produced by the Massachusetts Arms Company in Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts. This company was forced to redesign their revolvers after losing a patent infringement… (1179-107). Learn More »

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MODEL 1849 COLT POCKET REVOLVER WITH ENGRAVED PRESENTATION

MODEL 1849 COLT POCKET REVOLVER WITH ENGRAVED PRESENTATION

Presented here is a classic Colt cap and ball revolver commonly referred to as the 1849 Pocket Model. This personal sidearm, in good original condition overall, features a 6” long, octagonal barrel… (490-3164). Learn More »

PRESENTATION SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1 PRESENTED TO MATTHEW WATERS OF THE 18th MAINE INFANTRY & BATTERY D OF THE 1st MAINE HEAVY ARTILLERY

PRESENTATION SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1 PRESENTED TO MATTHEW WATERS OF THE 18th MAINE INFANTRY & BATTERY D OF THE 1st MAINE HEAVY ARTILLERY

Here we have a killer Smith & Wesson Model 1 Second Issue. Although this seven-shot revolver has seen much use, it’s seen the trials and tribulations of a soldier in the defenses of Washington,… (490-2969). Learn More »

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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UNIFORM, LADDER BADGE AND MORE IDENTIFIED TO 3RD NEW HAMPSHIRE OFFICER BREVETED FOR BRAVERY IN BATTLE

Charles Augustus White was born in West Deering, New Hampshire on September 19, 1836. In 1840 the family moved to East Antrim and then Manchester. In 1847 his mother died and the family was broken up. White and one sister and one brother went to live… (1179-268). Learn More »

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