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US Model 1819 Hall Rifle

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US Harpers Ferry model 1819 Hall rifle altered to percussion dated 1832. .52 caliber, 32 5/8 inch long rifled barrel with 16 grooves having the normal counter bored muzzle. Receiver is marked in five lines “J.H. HALL/H.FERRY/US/1832”. The rifle has been altered to percussion by the federal method of insetting a new cone into the original flash hole and milling off the forward part of the receiver where the frizzen pivots and leaving the back of the fence intact to act as a flash shield. The barrel and mountings retain all of the original brown finish with just very slight wear at the muzzle where a bayonet has been taken on and off. The ramrod is original and the bore is fine. The Black Walnut stock is proper for this year of manufacture with barrel bands retained with cross pins.

 

All of the iron metal work retains 100% of the original brown lacquer finish with some edges that have had some brown worn off. The stock is perfect with only a few minor handling marks, but nothing that detracts from this specimen being almost new. PROVENANCE: Robert Howard Estate Collection. Consignors notes regarding above, and that the Model 1819 converted to percussion was described in the June 1985 GUN REPORT.

 

 

 

 

 

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MEMPHIS NOVELTY WORKS STRAIGHT BLADED CAVALRY

MEMPHIS NOVELTY WORKS STRAIGHT BLADED CAVALRY

  sold MEMPHIS NOVELTY WORKS STRAIGHT BLADED CAVALRY. This is possibly the finest example of this straight bladed variant made by Thomas Leech & Co. The double-edged straight blade is 35" long and is in beautiful condition though showing a welded repair to blade about 13" from tip.... Read more

Confederate & Union Edged Weapons - Sold Hits:2070

Confederate Artillery Hanger by Cook & Brother

Confederate Artillery Hanger by Cook & Brother

  Sold For the advanced Confederate collector we have what is possibly the finest known example of this pattern. A Confederate Artillery Hanger by Cook & Brother. It is direct from the estate of well known Confederate collector Fred Edmunds and is featured in a 1985 bulletin of the American Society of... Read more

Confederate & Union Edged Weapons - Sold Hits:2302

Early SA Dagger by Eickhorn Solingen. Ground Roehm

Early SA Dagger by Eickhorn Solingen. Ground Roehm

  sold Early SA Dagger by Eickhorn Solingen. Ground Roehm. The dagger shows all the characteristics of early mfg. including crossguards and scabbard fitting which are nickel silver. The handle is a light brown wood and other than one scratch on the lower reverse the handle shows light wear... Read more

WWII - Sold Hits:1794

Confederate Rope Border CS on Original Belt

Confederate Rope Border CS on Original Belt

  sold Confederate Rope Border CS on Original Belt just as discovered in New England.           Read more

Accoutrement Plates - Sold Hits:2307

US M1841 Mississippi Rifle by Robins, Kendall & Lawrence

US M1841 Mississippi Rifle by Robins, Kendall & Lawrence

  sold US M1841 Mississippi Rifle by Robins, Kendall & Lawrence and so marked on the 1847 dated lock. This well used but not abused example is pretty much untouched. Brass shows evidence of more recent cleaning. Barrel is pitted in the area of the bolster but actual brown finish is still... Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:2368

Confederate Cavalry Saber Marked 'B. Douglas Columbia'

Confederate Cavalry Saber Marked 'B. Douglas Columbia'

  sold One of two marked swords by this maker know to exist.         Read more

Confederate & Union Edged Weapons - Sold Hits:1945

US Civil War Ketchum Grenade

US Civil War Ketchum Grenade

  sold Near mint US Civil War Ketchum Grenade. 100% original and correct in every regard. No need to ever upgrade this one.           Read more

Artillery - Sold Hits:2569

Confederate Cavalry Saber by Haiman

Confederate Cavalry Saber by Haiman

  sold Confederate Cavalry Saber usually attributed to Haiman of Columbus, Georgia.   36 1/2 inch blade is nice and smooth with much of the original tool marks still visible. Patina spots appear throughout the length and are heavier towards the tip. Brass hilt is missing the leather washer but there is only a... Read more

Confederate & Union Edged Weapons - Sold Hits:2432

Fine US M1842 Pistol by H. Aston

Fine US M1842 Pistol by H. Aston

  sold Fine US M1842 Pistol by H. Aston. 54 caliber. 8 1/2" barrel. All matching with Lock & barrel dated 1850. Barrel has 'US' and "SW/P" inspector marks. All other metal parts are marked with a single sub-inspector initial. Stock has two crisp cartouches.   Smooth metal and sharp edges throughout. Stock... Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:3354

US M1842 Springfield Musket

US M1842 Springfield Musket

  sold US M1842 Springfield Musket Cal. 69. Barrel length 42". Lock dated 1847. Stock has initials "HFS" carved at top of wrist. Metal is mostly smooth with pitting in breech area. Sanded stock with normal handling marks having fine cracks extending from peak of buttplate & forward of... Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:2799

US M1840 'Wristbreaker' Cavalry Sword by Ames

US M1840 'Wristbreaker' Cavalry Sword by Ames

  Sold A really fine example of a US M1840 'Wristbreaker' Cavalry Sword by Ames. Well marked example including 1847 dated blade and 'MS' marking on scabbard indicating ownership by the state of Massachusetts.   Smooth bright 36 inch blade retains original tool marks and sharp markings. The original blade washer is present. Hilt... Read more

Confederate & Union Edged Weapons - Sold Hits:4002

Sharp Manhattan Navy Revolver

Sharp Manhattan Navy Revolver

  Sold Sharp Manhattan Navy Revolver. 5 shot 36 caliber with a 5-inch octagonal barrel. All matching serial number 5415 including wedge. Well within the range produced during the Civil War. This is in the second series by virtue of the New York barrel address and 1859 patent date on cylinder.   Hard to... Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:3149

Outstanding Confederate Morse Carbine

Outstanding Confederate Morse Carbine

  sold Outstanding Confederate Morse Carbine with Cartridge Box recently acquired from an old Atlanta collection. 50 caliber, center fire serial #333 and is a second model. As you can see in the images the weapon is in outstanding condition having nice smooth metal surfaces throughout. Stock is sound with one tiny... Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:3893

Mint Japanese Naval Landing Force Officer's Sword

Mint Japanese Naval Landing Force Officer's Sword

  sold Mint Japanese Naval Landing Force Officer's Sword. Mirror like blade with a visible temper line. Looks brand new throughout.         Read more

WWII - Sold Hits:1745

Rare USA/NC Rev War Button

Rare USA/NC Rev War Button

  sold Rare pewter coat size USA/NC Rev War Button. Recovered in Halifax county, N.C. and purchased by me direct from the digger. First one I've ever had. A perfect one sold last year for over 4K. This one is far from perfect but its a decent example with sharp details.           Read more

American Revolutionary War to 1812 - Sold Hits:2412

Scarce Confederate 24-pdr Side-Loader

Scarce Confederate 24-pdr Side-Loader

  sold Scarce Confederate 24-pdr Side-Loader recovered near Petersburg, Virginia. This excellent example has been dis-armed, cleaned, coated and is ready to disply.           Read more

Artillery - Sold Hits:1822

Confederate 6.4-inch Read Shell

Confederate 6.4-inch Read Shell

  sold Nice copper saboted shell from East Mobile Bay.           Read more

Artillery - Sold Hits:2101

Nice Complete Union Infantryman's Cartridge Box Rig

Nice Complete Union Infantryman's Cartridge Box Rig

  Sold Nice Complete Union Infantryman's Cartridge Box Rig. Has a great look. Nice and solid condition with no torn or missing attachments except for one of the breast plate hooks. Both original tins are present. Maker mark appears to be Storms.         Read more

Non-Excavated Items, Uniforms, Flags, etc. - Sold Hits:1728

1812 Era Sword Belt Sash

1812 Era Sword Belt Sash

  sold Early crimson sword belt sash that surfaced years ago in Maine. It was preserved in the family I bought it from for at least the last 40 years and never offered until now.   It is woven with attractive triangular and diamond shaped patterns. Condition and color is outstanding. There is one... Read more

American Revolutionary War to 1812 - Sold Hits:2217

Confederate Rifle by Cook & Brother, Athens Georgia

Confederate Rifle by Cook & Brother, Athens Georgia

  Sold Rare Confederate Rifle produced by the Athens, Georgia firm of Cook & Brother. This one is fresh to the market being recently discovered in central North Carolina. Complete, all matching and authentic in every regard.   This excellent example is clearly marked on the lock 'Cook & Brother  Athens GA.' over... Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:4224

Regulation Union Enlisted Man's Forage Cap

Regulation Union Enlisted Man's Forage Cap

  sold Regulation Union Enlisted Man's Forage Cap complete. Dark blue cloth shows actual wear and little mothing not affecting anything. The lining and sweat band are complete and original. An added bonus is the presence of a paper label denoting maker and size. The maker mark is for the firm of Murphy... Read more

Non-Excavated Items, Uniforms, Flags, etc. - Sold Hits:2142

Alabama Confederate Cavalry Saber by Conning

Alabama Confederate Cavalry Saber by Conning

  sold Great maker marked Alabama Confederate Cavalry saber by James Conning of Mobile, Alabama. Only a handful of this pattern are known and all are serial numbered as is this example. Serial #200 appears on blade, hilt and pommel.   This example is all original and authentic in every regard. It is in... Read more

Confederate & Union Edged Weapons - Sold Hits:3615

Massive Confederate Bowie

Massive Confederate Bowie

  sold Massive spear point Confederate Bowie knife. This one belonged to pioneer Confederate collector Fred Edmunds and was a favorite of his.   Huge 19x2 inch blade tapers ever so slightly to a spear tip from the ricasso. Blade condition is nice and smooth throughout exhibiting a high degree of workmanship and polish... Read more

Confederate & Union Edged Weapons - Sold Hits:3238

Civil War Starr Single Action Revolver

Civil War Starr Single Action Revolver

  sold Civil War Starr Single Action Revolver. 44 caliber, 8-inch round barrel. Serial number 30771 on frame and 30784 on cylinder. Very close mis-match and appears to have always been this way. Nice patina overall. light pitting on cylinder. Action is sound.         Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:3038

Benjamin F. Joslyn Army Model Revolver

Benjamin F. Joslyn Army Model Revolver

  sold Scarce Joslyn Army revolver 44 caliber. All matching serial #283 found on frame, hammer, cylinder, arbor, loading lever and pivot. 8" octagonal barrel. Top flat of barrel marked "B.F. Josyln, / Patd May 4th, 1858". Scarce revolver 1861-1862 with solid frame & side mounted hammer. Nice metal finish... Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:2958

Colt Model 1860 Revolver

Colt Model 1860 Revolver

  sold US Army issued Colt Model 1860 Revolver. 44 caliber, 8-inch barrel. All matching serial number including wedge. Nice brown gun with about 25% cylinder scene and good markings, including a military inspectors cartouche on right side of grip. Grip has been cut for a lanyard in the time of its... Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:2312

PRESENTATION CAVALRY OFFICER'S SABER of 2ND MAINE OFFICER IN RED RIVER CAMPAIGN

PRESENTATION CAVALRY OFFICER'S SABER of 2ND MAINE OFFICER IN RED RIVER CAMPAIGN

  sold PRESENTATION CAVALRY OFFICER'S SABER of 2ND MAINE OFFICER IN RED RIVER CAMPAIGN. This is a beautiful Clauberg imported cavalry officer's saber with silver grip and inscribed on scabbard:   "Capt. J. H. Roberts by the Members of Co. M 2nd Me Cavl. as a token of Respect & Esteem".... Read more

Confederate & Union Edged Weapons - Sold Hits:4913

1808 Virginia Manufactory Musket - City of Richmond

1808 Virginia Manufactory Musket - City of Richmond

  sold 1808 Virginia Manufactory Musket - City of Richmond marked on top of 43 1/2 inch barrel. All major parts are stamped with number '77' with the exception of the middle and front band which appear to be original but not to this musket. Lock is dated 1808 with nice Virginia... Read more

Confederate & Union Small Arms - Sold Hits:2931

333 Field Hospital Camouflage Helmet

333 Field Hospital Camouflage Helmet

  sold WWI helmet painted in a camouflage motif, with the following written on outside of helmet: "Prov. R.I. U.S.A. Camp Hospital 20 333 F.H. A.E.F. Andy". Helmet is a little rusty but still has a full liner & partial chin strap.         Read more

WWI - Sold Hits:1888

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