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Colt '51 Navy-Navy Revolver

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b_200_200_16777215_0___images_stories_new_products_Cat-CS-US-Small-Arms_Colt-51-Navy-Navy-Revolver_CCR478020113311353571.jpgProduct Code: CCR4780

36 caliber Colt '51 Navy-Navy Revolver, serial# 61763, with 7 1/2" octagonal barrel. Butt of backstrap is marked "U*S*N". Butt of right grip clearly marked "I/SCR" for the naval inspector. Left side of frame marked "US". Iron gripstrap and enlarged trigger guard typical of Navy contract. Nice light patina on metal with slight pin-prick pitting. Excellent markings. Partially visible cylinder scene. Walnut grips with moderate handling marks. Sound mechanics. To date this is the nicest Colt Navy-Navy I've had since most endured hard use well after the Civil War.

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Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:4850

Rare Confederate 6.4-inch Lynall-Thomas Shell

Rare Confederate 6.4-inch Lynall-Thomas Shell

  sold Rare Confederate 6.4-inch Lynall-Thomas Shell. The scarcest of all the English made projectiles imported into the Confederacy in this size.   This perfect unfired example was recovered many years ago in the Fort Caswell, N.C. area. Rarity 10 with few known examples.         Read more

Artillery - Sold Hits:4499

Extraordinary Confederate Cap Box

Extraordinary Confederate Cap Box

  Sold Extraordinary Confederate Cap Box. Unusual form with the front flap pierced for closing tab. A very well made example with tooled borders. Made without an inner flap. Single belt loop, lead finial.   A 1996 letter from Warren Demarest states that 'This brown Confederate cap box was obtained from R.E. Neville of... Read more

Non-Excavated Items, Uniforms, Flags, etc. - Sold Hits:4376

Louisiana Militia Belt Plate - Fredricksburg Relic

Louisiana Militia Belt Plate - Fredricksburg Relic

  sold Excellent Louisiana Militia Belt Plate dug near Fredricksburg, Virginia. Solid, nearly perfect lead filled example with clipped corners for the comfort of the soldier who wore it. Ref. Mullinax Plate 286.         Read more

Accoutrement Plates - Sold Hits:6508

Confederate Tennessee style 'CS' Belt Plate

Confederate Tennessee style 'CS' Belt Plate

  sold Nice dug Confederate Tennessee style 'CS' Belt Plate. This one appears to be an early dig in that it retains nearly all of its original black enamel. All three original hooks remain. Note the broken tip due to a casting flaw in one of the hooks. Believed to be a... Read more

Accoutrement Plates - Sold Hits:4532

Sharps Patent Pepperbox by Tipping & Lawden

Sharps Patent Pepperbox by Tipping & Lawden

  Sold Sharps Patent Pepperbox by Tipping & Lawden. This Birmingham, England manufacturer was licensed by Sharps to produce the four barrel pepperbox in 1860.   This example survives in fine condition retaining most of the original blue finish on barrel and silver finish on brass frame. Gutta percha grips are blemish free.     Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:6777

Rare South Carolina Model 1850 Foot officer's Sword by Ames

Rare South Carolina Model 1850 Foot officer's Sword by Ames

  Our Price: SOLD Rare South Carolina Model 1850 Foot officer's Sword by Ames. At least one other example of this scarce pattern is known to me. Must have been one of a small number specially ordered from Ames.   The sword itself is patterned after the US model 1850 foot officer's sword. However,... Read more

Cavalry - Sold Hits:5073

CS 3.3" Read Bolt

CS 3.3

  Our Price: sold CS 3.3" Read Bolt recovered from the Oconee River, Milledgeville, Georgia. Quite a large cache of various Confederate projectiles was recovered from the river where they were dumped by Union troops on their march from Atlanta to the sea.           Read more

Artillery - Sold Hits:4554

CS 3.3" "Shiloh" Long Sabot Archer Bolt

CS 3.3

  sold CS 3.3" "Shiloh" Long Sabot Archer Bolt complete with its original lead sabot. Note the distinct mold seam in the iron. Here and there impressions of the linen that once covered the lead can be seen. This fine example is about as nice as they come.           Read more

Artillery - Sold Hits:4635

Fine Confederate 'Star in Pommel' Short Sword

Fine Confederate 'Star in Pommel' Short Sword

  sold Classic textbook example of a Fine Confederate 'Star in Pommel' Short Sword complete with correct original scabbard. This type is fairly common but to date the maker is unknown to us.   This is as nice as you will ever see this sword. Although fairly common without scabbard, this one retains its... Read more

Confederate & Union Edged Weapons - Sold Hits:7385

Super Rare Dug Confederate Morse Carbine Cartridge

Super Rare Dug Confederate Morse Carbine Cartridge

  Sold Super Rare Dug Confederate Morse Carbine Cartridge. This fine example was recovered from the Honey Hill Battlefield in South Carolina. It is 50 caliber and is proper for any Confederate Morse carbine.           Read more

Bullets & Cartridges - Sold Hits:4051

Confederate LeMat Revolver With Rare "MURDAUGH" CS Navy Inspectors Mark

Confederate LeMat Revolver With Rare

  sold Confederate LeMat Revolver With Rare "MURDAUGH" CS Navy Inspectors Mark. All matching serial number 2213.   This is a scarce late Paris made LeMat revolver with British proofs and is one of the few with the "M" inspector's cartouche which is thought to stand for the Confederate Naval inspector William... Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:6417

Confederate State's Armory Saber by Lewis Froelich of Kenansville, NC

Confederate State's Armory Saber by Lewis Froelich of Kenansville, NC

  sold Confederate State's Armory Saber by Lewis Froelich of Kenansville, NC. Sword has 35" gray blade with areas of staining, pitting, sharpening and cleaning; Roman numeral "XXII" is stamped on side of classic lozenge shaped cross guard of this maker along with rounded pommel cap; leather is mostly intact... Read more

Confederate & Union Edged Weapons - Sold Hits:6726

Confederate Cavalry Saber by Boyle & Gamble, Richmond, VA

Confederate Cavalry Saber by Boyle & Gamble, Richmond, VA

  Our Price: sold Confederate Cavalry Saber by Boyle & Gamble, Richmond, VA. 32 inch flat sided blade which is mostly bright original finish with scattered staining and pitting; grip leather grip is about 90% intact with complete origiginal single strand copper wire.         Read more

Confederate & Union Edged Weapons - Sold Hits:7793

Civil War Inscribed Smith & Wesson No. 1

Civil War Inscribed Smith & Wesson No. 1

  Our Price: SOLD Civil War Inscribed Smith & Wesson No. 1 second issue revolver. 22 caliber rim fire. Serial number 48650. Octagonal 3 3/16" barrel ribbed with blade front sight.   Backstrap inscribed "F. E. Fisher" in period script. Frederick E. Fisher was mustered into the 47th Massachusetts Infantry on Sept. 23rd... Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:5267

Wonderful 22 Star Exclusionary Flag

Wonderful 22 Star Exclusionary Flag

  sold 22 STAR CIVIL WAR FLAG. This wonderful 22 star flag known as an "exclusionary flag" as the 11 Confederate States were excluded when this flag was made in 1861 (there were 33 states early in 1861).   This flag descended in the family of George Washington Weed, who was... Read more

Non-Excavated Items, Uniforms, Flags, etc. - Sold Hits:6293

US Model 1918 Trench Knife

US Model 1918 Trench Knife

  sold US Model 1918 Trench Knife. A rare variation that is actually a French made copy. Blade is marked Au Lion with a crouched lion. It is quite a bit more crude than the American made examples but quite serviceable. These were also used in WWII by American Ranger and Airborne... Read more

WWII - Sold Hits:5301

US Model 1855 Rifle-Musket by Springfield

US Model 1855 Rifle-Musket by Springfield

  Sold US Model 1855 Rifle-Musket by Springfield. Matching lock and barrel date of 1858. Nice JL and EA cartouches visible in flat of stock opposite lock. Excellent metal. Sharp edges throughout. Perfect bright bore.         Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:5354

Colt Model 1861 Special Musket

Colt Model 1861 Special Musket

  sold Colt Model 1861 Special Musket. 58 caliber. New Jersey markings on barrel and lock. Matching 1862 date on barrel and lock.   Overall condition is excellent to near mint. Strong minty bore.         Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:6225

Pattern 1853 Enfield Bullet Mold

Pattern 1853 Enfield Bullet Mold

  sold Standard Civil War Pattern 1853 Enfield Bullet Mold. 577 caliber and so marked. Fine example.           Read more

Bullets & Cartridges - Sold Hits:5933

Rare US Model 1860 Naval Officers Cutlass by Ames

Rare US Model 1860 Naval Officers Cutlass by Ames

  Sold Rare US Model 1860 Naval Officers Cutlass by Ames. These must have been produced in limited numbers judging by the few authentic examples of this pattern encountered.   This is a text book example. In addition to the beautiful cut out USN on the hilt, it has other features found only on... Read more

Confederate & Union Edged Weapons - Sold Hits:6264

US Model 1840 NCO Sword by Horstmann & Sons

US Model 1840 NCO Sword by Horstmann & Sons

  sold US Model 1840 NCO Sword by Horstmann & Sons Philadelphia and so marked on blade. Blade is also marked with a knights head indicating that it was produced in Solingen, Germany.   This sword would have been one of hundreds purchased by Northern states and issued to their volunteer units.   31 1/2 inch... Read more

Confederate & Union Edged Weapons - Sold Hits:6582

Union Officer's Forage Cap

Union Officer's Forage Cap

  Sold Correct period Civil War Union Officer's Forage Cap. High crown with false embroidered company letter K attached. Sweat band is complete and original but has numerous tears. Chinstrap functions well and when loosened some mothing is revealed underneath.   Overall a very nice example.         Read more

Non-Excavated Items, Uniforms, Flags, etc. - Sold Hits:4879

Rare 58 Caliber Morse Cartridge

Rare 58 Caliber Morse Cartridge

  sold Rare 58 Caliber Morse Cartridge in perfect non-dug condition. Although at least one Confederate Morse Carbine in this caliber is known, I believe this one is a pre-war round.           Read more

Bullets & Cartridges - Sold Hits:4297

Perfect Confederate 'CSA' Kepi Button

Perfect Confederate 'CSA' Kepi Button

  sold Perfect 'CSA' Kepi or cuff button with a correct period 'Treble Rich Standard' backmark.         Read more

Uniform Buttons: CS & US - Sold Hits:5942

CS Kerr Sharpshooters Rifle Bullet

CS Kerr Sharpshooters Rifle Bullet

  Sold       .45 caliber CS Kerr Sharpshooters Rifle Bullet.           Read more

Bullets & Cartridges - Sold Hits:4412

CS Vandenburg Volley Gun Round

CS Vandenburg Volley Gun Round

  Our Price: $300 CS Vandenburg Volley Gun Round recovered near Fort Fisher, N.C. The Yankee inventory of ordnance captured at Fort Fisher lists one volley gun. This unusual multi barreled weapon was imported from England. I have personally examined period line drawings of this weapon and its ammunition. This bullet matches the... Read more

Bullets & Cartridges Hits:3998

CS Whitworth Bullet

CS Whitworth Bullet

  sold .45 caliber CS Whitworth Bullet recovered near Fort Fisher N.C. Fine example. Cavity is flat at the top and is typical of other Whitworth bullets found in this area.           Read more

Bullets & Cartridges - Sold Hits:4242

Truly Rare CS Lined Cuff 'R' Button

Truly Rare CS Lined Cuff 'R' Button

  Our Price: sold Truly Rare CS Lined Cuff 'R' Button with a Treble Rich Standard backmark. I purchased this many years ago from veteran Georgia relic hunter Lewis Potts. Lewis dug this beauty in the Richmond Hill area near Savannah, Georgia. Pretty much perfect. I've owned it at least 15 years... Read more

Uniform Buttons: CS & US - Sold Hits:3449

Rare Confederate Old English 'R' Button

Rare Confederate Old English 'R' Button

  sold Rare coat size Confederate Old English 'R' Button recovered from Mullet Hall plantation on John's Island, South Carolina. The only other field recoveries for this type that I am aware of have surfaced in the Houston area of Texas. This one has a tin back with no shank. Part of... Read more

Uniform Buttons: CS & US - Sold Hits:3965

Choice Burnside Breast Plate

Choice Burnside Breast Plate

  sold Scarce, almost perfect dug Burnside breast plate complete with both iron attachment loops. These are smaller in diameter than those normally encountered. They were issued to regiments from Maine along with VMM cartridge box plates. An early dig and a fine example that you will never need to upgrade.           Read more

Accoutrement Plates - Sold Hits:5990

Confederate 3-inch Read Bolt

Confederate 3-inch Read Bolt

  sold Confederate 3-inch Read Bolt complete with copper sabot perfectly grooved by the rifling of the CS cannon that fired it. These are believed to have been produced at the Selma arsenal. Battlefield recoveries have been noted mostly in western theatre sites including Resaca, GA and Snyder's Bluff Mississippi. It is... Read more

Artillery - Sold Hits:3373

Rarity 10 CS 4.62-inch Tredegar Shell

Rarity 10 CS 4.62-inch Tredegar Shell

  Sold Rarity 10 CS 4.62-inch Tredegar Shell with original wood time fuze adapter. When 'Civil War Heavy Explosive Ordnance' by Jack Bell was published no battlefield recoveries had been noted for this rare pattern. This may be the only known battlefield recovery of this type. I bought it in the parking... Read more

Artillery - Sold Hits:3433

Scarce Confederate Cavalry Saber by Sharp & Hamilton

Scarce Confederate Cavalry Saber by Sharp & Hamilton

  sold Scarce Confederate Cavalry Saber by Sharp & Hamilton of Nashville, Tennessee. Brass cast guard with nice patina - iron ferule and iron backstrap with a capstan nut. Grip is thin leather completely worn through to the wood and probably used this way for quite some time. The single, unstopped fullered blade... Read more

Confederate & Union Edged Weapons - Sold Hits:4149

Confederate Georgia Marked P53 Cavalry Saber

Confederate Georgia Marked P53 Cavalry Saber

  sold Confederate Georgia Marked P53 Cavalry Saber just found in a New England estate and offered here for the first time. Blade and scabbard are both boldly stamped with a large capital 'G' indicating purchase and ownership by the state of Georgia. Also present on the spine of the blade is... Read more

Confederate & Union Edged Weapons - Sold Hits:7449

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