Civil War era Model 1860 Spencer carbine with a faint cartouche, crisp markings, serial number 27276. Great piece for the Civil War and antique firearm collector. $3,650
Sharps Carbine Model 1859
Here it is – a Sharps Model 1859 with ALL BRASS FURNITURE! Early ones like this were not cartouched. All markings are clear and crisp. This Civil War era firearm has a nice bore and traces of blue all over. Serial number 34824. $6,500
Civil War era Sharps Carbine
Nice new model 1863 Sharps, serial number C14506. Cartouched, nice bore, great wood on the stock, crisp and clean markings and tight action. Everything any antique or Civil War firearm collector would be proud to own! Ask for this one by serial number.
Civil War Era Colt Revolver
Nice Civil War era Colt pistol that saw some action. Tight action, nice cylinder scene, crisp, clear markings. Serial numbers match, 107291. This serial number dates the pistol to 1861.
1857 Ames Cavalry Sword
A rare date and even rarer condition dated 1857 Ames dragoon, also known as a wrist breaker. This early sword has the proper inspectors’ marks on both the drag and pommel. Clear, crisp maker’s marks and date. The leather is original as is the wire wrap. Beautiful blade and nice chocolate patina on the matching scabbard. Ask for this by inventory # 1602. $950
1851 Ames Dragoon
A fine example of an 1840 model wristbreaker dated 1851. These dragoons (sabers) are highly collectible by both military and sword collectors. This one still has the original leather wrap and wire. It also boasts inspectors marks on the drag plus two on the pommel. The blade is clean and the matching scabbard has a nice chocolate patina. Ask for this one by inventory #1601. $895
Trench Knives ca. WWI
Pictured here are three trench knives from World War I. The first is an Au Lion, french made and clearly marked. Clean blade and original scabbard. It is tagged #1.
The second was made by AC & Co. This triangular shaped blade was deadly and subsequently banned at the Geneva Convention. It also has its original scabbard and the dragons teeth design. This one is tagged #2.
The last one, tagged #3, is American made by L.F & C in 1918. It has a beautiful blade and perfect example of a knuckle buster. The scabbard is original.
Take your pick of one of all three! They’re perfect for the edged weapon collector or World War I military collector.
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1862 Enfield with BSA mark
This .577 caliber Enfield is properly marked. It’s an early issue with the highly desirable BSA cartouche. Beautiful stock, these Civil War firearms are getting rare, especially in this kind of condition! Ask for EN1506, asking $2,750
1862 Enfield Rifle
1862 Enfield, a common weapon used during the Civil War. This one has a clean bore and good wood with a nice patina. An early issue with all the correct markings on this Civil War relic. Ask for Item# EN1502 — $2,695.
Mississippi Rifle made by Remington
With an 1852 date, this .54 cal. Mississippi rifle was made by Remington, has two military cartouches as well as a faint cast steel marking on the barrel. The US mark is clean and crisp, as is the maker’s mark, Remington’s, Herkimer NY. This antique weapon is a great pre-Civil War firearm for the collector of American militaria. Ask for MS-1501. $3,650.