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Fine US Model 1863 Type II Springfield Rifle Musket

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1864 DATED SPRINGFIELD RIFLED MUSKET WITH ACCOMPANYING BAYONET. .58 caliber, 40" barrel. This is a fine example of a Model 1863 Type II Springfield Rifled Musket that utilizes band springs instead of clamping bands. This is a very fine example with a minty bore, smooth metal surfaces, lock & hammer still retaining good case colors. All markings are crisp including like new inspector's cartouches in a minty stock. It would be hard to upgrade this 1864 Civil War Rifled Musket.

 

Barrel, buttplate, trigger guard and barrel bands are gray/white overall with scattered areas of staining and small areas of rust & pitting. Lock plate retains 60-70% of its original muted case colors and hammer retains traces of muted case color. All markings are crisp & bright including cartouches in stock and stock overall is very good to fine with raised grain and few scattered storage dings & dents.

 

 

 

 

 

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Confederate Enlisted Man's Saber by KG&K

Confederate Enlisted Man's Saber by KG&K

  Our Price: sold Confederate Enlisted Man's Saber by KG&K complete with wood scabbard. These swords are believed to be the product of Kraft, Goldschimdt & Kraft of Columbia, S.C.   Complete wooden scabbard with tin mounts, brass throat, ring mounts and drag blade. Luckily the wood is free of any major damage or... Read more

Confederate & Union Edged Weapons - Sold Hits:4185

Confederate Leech & Rigdon Foot Officer's Sword

Confederate Leech & Rigdon Foot Officer's Sword

  Our Price: sold Confederate Leech & Rigdon Foot Officer's Sword with and etched blade and 'CS' cast into guard.   31 1/2 inch blade with 9 inch panels etched on each side with floral designs. Blade is smooth with patina staining and some minor pitting confined mostly to the bottom 6 inches. Hilt... Read more

Confederate & Union Edged Weapons - Sold Hits:2922

Fine Early 19th Century American Naval Dirk

Fine Early 19th Century American Naval Dirk

  Our Price: SOLD Fine Early 19th Century American Naval Dirk with double eagle cross guard and ivory handle. Bright blue and gold blade with panoply of arms and Federal American Eagle with shield. Fine example in every regard. 8 3/4 inches overall with a 5 inch blade.           Read more

American Revolutionary War to 1812 - Sold Hits:3086

Classic Confederate Cavalry Saber By Haiman Bros.

Classic Confederate Cavalry Saber By Haiman Bros.

  Our Price: Sold Classic Confederate Cavalry Saber attributed to Haiman Bros. of Columbus, Georgia.   35 1/2 inch blade is nice and smooth with many of the original tool and forging marks visible. Patina spots appear throughout the length and are heavier towards the tip. Brass hilt is complete with leather washer but... Read more

Cavalry - Sold Hits:4385

Leech & Rigdon Confederate Revolver

Leech & Rigdon Confederate Revolver

  Our Price: sold Leech & Rigdon Confederate Revolver serial number 439. This is a nice example of an original and authentic Leech & Rigdon maker marked revolver.  This gun is original and complete in every regard having a much better and discernible than average barrel marking. The firm of Leech & Rigdon... Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:3634

Minty US Navy Cap Box by Metzger

Minty US Navy Cap Box by Metzger

  Our Price: sold Minty US Navy Cap Box by Metzger. Strongly embossed USN with crisp maker and inspectors marks on inner flap. The leather is in superb condition.         Read more

Non-Excavated Items, Uniforms, Flags, etc. - Sold Hits:2717

Confederate 1st Model LeMat Revolver

Confederate 1st Model LeMat Revolver

  Our Price: sold Confederate 1st Model LeMat Revolver #317.  Approximately 450 were produced of this model, all of which were sent to the Confederacy. Completely original examples such as this are very rare and among the most desirable of all Confederate handguns.   Revolver is all original with matching serial #317, except loading... Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:3194

US 8th Air Force Painted A2 Flight Jacket

US 8th Air Force Painted A2 Flight Jacket

  Our Price: sold US 8th Air Force Painted A2 Flight Jacket of Captain W.M. Jones Jr. with his silver pilots wings and captains bars. It has a well rendered squadron patch of the 34th bomb group of a black widow. It has a most unusual rendering of a comical flying bird... Read more

WWII - Sold Hits:2637

Confederate 7-inch Brooke Bolt - Fort Fisher, NC

Confederate 7-inch Brooke Bolt - Fort Fisher, NC

  Our Price: sold Excellent unfired Confederate 7-inch Brooke Bolt believed to be an early recovery from Fort Fisher, NC. Complete with original copper sabot and bolt. Most of Fort Fisher has washed into the sea and fine projectiles such as this are seldom seen on todays market. Never exposed to salt... Read more

Artillery - Sold Hits:3146

Fine Confederate Macon Georgia Short Sword

Fine Confederate Macon Georgia Short Sword

  Our Price: sold Fine Confederate Macon Georgia Short Sword. 19 1/2 inch blade is just about as clean as you will find in a Confederate sword. Notice the large inclusions in the metal that can be seen on both sides. This is a smoker for condition. Original leather blade washer is... Read more

Confederate & Union Edged Weapons - Sold Hits:3538

Confederate Kerr Revolver #4278

Confederate Kerr Revolver #4278

  Our Price: sold Confederate Kerr Revolver matching serial #4278. Correct JS anchor marking on underside of grip. Nice honest gun showing an old repair to the backstrap. Like most examples you will encounter the action is not functioning correctly but the hammer will hold full cock.       Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:4562

Beautiful US M1842 Musket by Springfield

Beautiful US M1842 Musket by Springfield

  Our Price: sold Beautiful US M1842 Musket by Springfield. 69 caliber with matching dates on lock and barrel of 1846.   Metal parts are still bright with some minor patina staining. All markings are crisp.   The stock of this musket is made from one of the prettiest pieces of wood that I've ever seen... Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:4634

Patent Cartridge Box by B. Kittredge & Co

Patent Cartridge Box by B. Kittredge & Co

  Our Price: sold Patent Cartridge Box by B. Kittredge & Co. Copper cartridge box complete with belt loops. This type is believed by many to be used for the Henry Rifle. Fine honest example.         Read more

Non-Excavated Items, Uniforms, Flags, etc. - Sold Hits:4703

Rare Confederate Tarpley Carbine Serial Number 87

Rare Confederate Tarpley Carbine Serial Number 87

  Our Price: SOLD Rare Confederate Tarpley Carbine serial number 87. Approximately .60 caliber. This Tarpley carbine is well documented in ‘Confederate Carbines and Musketoons’ by John M. Murphy and is illustrated in plates 248-250. At the time of publication this Tarpley was in the collection of the Greensboro Historical Museum where... Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:3742

Confederate North Carolina Factory Side Knife

Confederate North Carolina Factory Side Knife

  Our Price: sold Confederate North Carolina Factory Side Knife as identified in 'Confederate Bowie Knives' by Sexton & Phillips on pages 162-163. These knives come in several sizes with both leather and tin scabbards. I've had several knives of this pattern and this is the only one I've seen with a... Read more

Confederate & Union Edged Weapons - Sold Hits:4071

Confederate Selma Naval Cutlass

Confederate Selma Naval Cutlass

  Our Price: sold Confederate Selma Naval Cutlass. Textbook example with its distinctive numbered sheet brass guard. 21 1/2 inch blade has a dark patina with most of the original tool marks visible. There are a few edge knicks on each side of blade mentioned for accuracy. Hilt is nice and tight.... Read more

Confederate & Union Edged Weapons - Sold Hits:3644

US Model 1833 Dragoon Saber by Ames

US Model 1833 Dragoon Saber by Ames

  Our Price: sold Classic US Model 1833 Dragoon Saber by Ames. 34 inch blade marked 'NP Ames Cutler/Springfield/1838'. Correct scabbard with military inspectors marks on drag.   Hilt and grip are just about perfect. In fact one of the best I've seen in this pattern. Leather retains nearly all of its original polish... Read more

Confederate & Union Edged Weapons - Sold Hits:5042

Rare South Carolina Dragoon Saber

Rare South Carolina Dragoon Saber

  Our Price: sold Rare South Carolina Dragoon Saber in just as found condition. These distinctive sabers were produced in very limited numbers by Ames for the state of South Carolina. They are identical to other model 1833 dragoon sabers in every regard except for the smooth birds head pommel that is... Read more

Confederate & Union Edged Weapons - Sold Hits:4157

Rare Matched Pair of Dueling Pistols by S.C. Maker

Rare Matched Pair of Dueling Pistols by S.C. Maker

  Our Price: sold Rare Matched Pair of Dueling Pistols by Charleston, S.C. Maker J.M. Happholdt. Smoothbore 40 caliber, 9 3/4 inch octagonal barrels with dovetailed iron front sights. Underside of both barrels are devoid of proof marks. Both locks are marked in identical fashion and both have a sliding safety. In... Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:4710

Rare US 5-inch Sawyer Shell

Rare US 5-inch Sawyer Shell

  Our Price: sold Rare US 5-inch Sawyer Shell recovered many years ago near the entrance to Mobile Bay. Although fired almost all of the lead covering remains. Small repair to nose otherwise all just as found. These have also been recovered from Port Hudson.         Read more

Artillery - Sold Hits:4454

Rare Union 4.5-inch Dyer Bolt - Chattanooga

Rare Union 4.5-inch Dyer Bolt - Chattanooga

  Our Price: sold Rare 4.5-inch Dyer Bolt dug near Chattanooga, TN. Fired example complete with lead sabot. Iron is very smooth with only light pitting. Sits upright at about a 10 degree angle. A superb example of a very rare projectile.         Read more

Artillery - Sold Hits:3766

Colt Model 1860 Fluted Cylinder Army Revolver #1137

Colt Model 1860 Fluted Cylinder Army Revolver #1137

  Our Price: sold Nice, honest Colt Model 1860 Fluted Cylinder Army Revolver #1137. .44 Cal. Percussion with a 7 1/2 inch barrel. All matching numbers including arbor and wedge. Barrel finish mostly smooth with dark areas of finish turned to plum patina. Frame shows some of the faded case color pattern. Grips... Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:5500

Rare Civil War Greene Breech Loading Rifle

Rare Civil War Greene Breech Loading Rifle

  sold Greene Breech loading rifle serial #8063. 53 caliber, 35 inch barrel. Upper tang of breech marked 'GREENE'S PATENT/NOV. 17, 1857. These unusual arms were patented by Lt. Col. J. Durrell Greene, of the US Army, and is historically significant as the first bolt action firearm adopted by US Ordnance. They were... Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:5209

Confederate NC Fayetteville Rifle Saber Bayonet

Confederate NC Fayetteville Rifle Saber Bayonet

  Our Price: sold Confederate NC Fayetteville Rifle Saber Bayonet in just as found recently in Southern Georgia. Classic cast brass grip with fish scale pattern. Full length 21 inch blade.   Blade is brown with rust and pitting. Spring catch is intact and still functions. Muzzle ring retains its original shape.       Read more

Confederate & Union Edged Weapons - Sold Hits:5180

US M1855 Rifle by Harper's Ferry

US M1855 Rifle by Harper's Ferry

  Our Price: sold 58 caliber US M1855 Rifle by Harper's Ferry. Iron mounted with 1859 dated lock and barrel. Has provision for saber bayonet. Many of this model fell into Confederate hands when the arsenal was taken over in 1861.   Stock is sound with numerous handling marks and an old coat of varnish.... Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:3666

Nice Pair of Civil War Cavalry Trooper's Boots

Nice Pair of Civil War Cavalry Trooper's Boots

  Our Price: sold Nice Pair of Civil War Cavalry Trooper's Boots. They stand 18 inches high and are about a size 10. Typical of period Civil War boots in every regard.       Read more

Cavalry - Sold Hits:4834

Superb Confederate Cap Box

Superb Confederate Cap Box

  Our Price: sold Superb Confederate Cap Box. Classic thick brown leather with single belt loop and lead finial. Outstanding original condition.       Read more

Non-Excavated Items, Uniforms, Flags, etc. - Sold Hits:4003

Confederate Columbus, Georgia Naval Cutlass

Confederate Columbus, Georgia Naval Cutlass

  Our Price: sold Confederate Columbus, Georgia Naval Cutlass. This particular well made short sword with turned wooden handle (possibly beech) was thought in the past to have been made by the Union Carworks in Norfolk, VA (see Albaugh, Confederate Arms ). New information and excavated examples in the Columbus, GA area... Read more

Confederate & Union Edged Weapons - Sold Hits:4408

Pre-Civil War Mounted Officer's Bit

Pre-Civil War Mounted Officer's Bit

  Our Price: sold Pre-Civil War Mounted Officer's Bit. Iron bit faces with brass and soldered on eagle rosettes. Rare bit that shows actual use.       Read more

Cavalry - Sold Hits:4406

Confederate NC Rifle by Mendenhall, Jones & Gardner

Confederate NC Rifle by Mendenhall, Jones & Gardner

  Our Price: sold Confederate NC Rifle by Mendenhall, Jones & Gardner of Jamestown, N.C. Serial number 80 appears inside of lock and on inside of trigger guard. Lock is stamped on the outside M.J.&G over N.C. and at tail of lock C.S. over 1864. Barrel is 32 1/2 inches with fixed... Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:7082

Confederate Richmond Musketoon

Confederate Richmond Musketoon

  Our Price: sold Scarce Confederate Richmond Musketoon with bayonet. Richmond lock and barrel with matching 1863 dates. This gun conforms in every regard to those described in 'Confederate Carbines and Musketoons' by Murphy and Madaus on page 176. The stock was originally for a model 1855 and has a cut out... Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:7139

Fabulous Keen, Walker & Company Confederate Carbine

Fabulous Keen, Walker & Company Confederate Carbine

  Our Price: sold Fabulous Keen, Walker & Company Confederate Carbine produced in Danville, Virginia. Only 280 of these rare and desirable carbines are believed to have been produced, all between May and September of 1862.   This example is fine, complete and original in every regard. Metal surfaces are smooth, stock is sound.... Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:5823

CONFEDERATE LEMAT SECOND MODEL REVOLVER

CONFEDERATE LEMAT SECOND MODEL REVOLVER

  Our Price: sold Serial number 1448. 42 Cal./18 Bore. This is an original example of the standard production LeMat grape-shot revolver. Standard production guns, often called 2nd Models, feature improvements made by LeMat that worked the best after lots of service in the field by Confederates in the field reporting problems... Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:5768

Harpers Ferry Flintlock Pistol Dated 1807

Harpers Ferry Flintlock Pistol Dated 1807

  Our Price: sold Attractive Harpers Ferry pistol in original flint configuration. 54 caliber. Serial number 1024. 10 1/16" round barrel with smooth bore. "Harpers Ferry" marked lock dated 1807. Key fastened walnut stock with brass fittings. Wooden ramrod. Cleaned metal is mostly smooth with small spots of pitting. Stock has a... Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:5872

Regulation US Civil War Eagle Drum

Regulation US Civil War Eagle Drum

  Our Price: Sold CIVIL WAR EAGLE DRUM. Fine regulation painted Civil War infantry eagle drum. This is a type drum often seen in Civil War photographs.   Drum measures 14″ high including red painted 1″ hoops. Drum is just over 16″ in diameter. Heads have been backed with 1/4″ wood panels for display, a... Read more

Non-Excavated Items, Uniforms, Flags, etc. - Sold Hits:6971

Early Artillery/NCO Belt Dingee marked

Early Artillery/NCO Belt Dingee marked

  Our Price: sold Early artillery/NCO belt, with an excellent DINGEE-marking. According to Fred Gaede, this style with the crossed cannons was the first style (followed by just the US and then by the stacked muskets), and Dingee’s last contract for belts of this style, in 1839, was with crossed cannons on... Read more

Accoutrement Plates - Sold Hits:4034

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