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IDENTIFIED 3rd NEW YORK CAVALRY SHARPS AND HANKINS CAVALRY MODEL CARBINE

IDENTIFIED 3rd NEW YORK CAVALRY SHARPS AND HANKINS CAVALRY MODEL CARBINE

This scarce 19-inch barrel Sharps and Hankins cavalry carbine, serial #3337, is listed in the descriptive book of Company A, 3rd NY Cavalry, as belonging to Charles W. Emerson, who served as private,… (1236-02). Learn More »

$3,500.00
ON HOLD

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

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

HANDSOME INSCRIBED MOORE REVOLVER WITH HOLSTER OF C.H. RICHMOND

HANDSOME INSCRIBED MOORE REVOLVER WITH HOLSTER OF C.H. RICHMOND

Moore revolvers used the .32 caliber self-contained metallic rimfire cartridge, which was available and convenient. They were not subject to damage by rough handling, weather resistant, and made a… (2023-2603). Learn More »

INSCRIBED MOORE REVOLVER OF CAPTAIN MICHAEL MURNANE, 169th NEW YORK

INSCRIBED MOORE REVOLVER OF CAPTAIN MICHAEL MURNANE, 169th NEW YORK

This Moore revolver rates very good for condition with little finish left on the barrel assembly, common for Moores from grabbing it there to swing out the barrel assembly and the chamber for loading,… (490-4155). 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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“REMEMBER THE MAINE!” U.S.S. MAINE DECORATED “GOING ASHORE” NAVY FLAT CAP

There was a long tradition in the U.S. Navy of the men decorating their uniforms with colorful embroidery, both to occupy idle hours on shipboard and in hopes of attracting some attention when on shore. The designs might be concealable and not be… (1219-44). Learn More »

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