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Updated October 29, 2017


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Z1788     .44 Starr Revolver Bullet Mold

Description: Here is a very nice Starr revolver mold in very good condition. The handle is nice and hasn't separated from the mold. The handle moves freely and the cavity is pristine. The brass housing in very nice and hasn't been beaten up too badly.

Measures: 5.25" in Length

Price: $325.00

Z1700     Early 19th Century Powder Horn with Initials

Description: Nice early powder horn with the iron loop on the end. There is a crack on one side as well as a tiny chip out of the spout on this example. The initials E.F.F.H are inscribed on the side in period font and J/I 28 1864 are carved on the side. The script on the side appears to be period without any issues.

Measures: 9" on the outside curve and 2.25" across the top

Price: $75.00

Z1683     .54 Merrill Breechloading Carbine (Serial Number 2916)

Description: Here is a decent and well used .54 Merrill carbine. This has a low serial number. This one was obviously used extensively as you can see the saddle ring bracket is heavily worn on the backside. All mechanics work and are functional. The bore is nice. The only piece that was replaced is the screw that holds the hammer in place.

Price: $1,695.00

Y651     Original Complete Pack of 10 .58 Paper Civil War Cartridges and Percussion Caps

Description: Very nice original packet of 10 .58 paper cartridges for the Springfield musket. This packet is in very nice condition without any rips, tears, or holes. Inside of the paper packet are 10 .58 cartridges along with a packet of percussion caps. Just as issued. This would make an excellent display piece for any ammo or gun collection.

Measures:    3" x 3"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $875.00

Y743     Empty Box for 20 Remington Rolling Block Hepburn Cartridges by Union Metallic Cartridge Company of Bridgeport, Connecticut.

Description: Here is an empty box that would have originally held 20 .40 cartridges for the Remington Hepburn Rolling block. Based on the label, this box would be pre 1900. The front label is still in excellent shape and has darkened with age. The back still has the original guarantee label. The top of the box doesn't have any split seams. The base of the box does have split seams but the interior pasteboard box is great. This would make an excellent addition to your rolling block collection.

Measures: 2.75" x 2.5" x 1.8"

Price: $75.00

Y752    Empty Box for 10 .50 Gallager Carbine Cartridges (B.C. English / Thomas Poultney)

Description: Here is an empty box that originally contained 10 cartridges and one packet of twelve percussion caps. This pasteboard box was manufactured by B.C. English who manufactured ammunition assigned to Thomas Poultney. This box would have originally contained 10 paper and foil cartridges for the Gallager carbine. This box is fully intact but the two seams towards the back are split. This would look great sitting next to your Gallager carbine.

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $75.00

Z1470      Sleeve of .56/56 Spencer Cartridges Manufactured by Crittenden & Tibbals

Description: Here is a perfect sleeve of 7 No. 56 Spencer Carbine cartridges produced by Crittenden & Tibbals Mfg. Co. A total of six of these sleeves would have been in every box making a total of 42 cartridges. This one is in great shape having come out of an original box.

Measures: .5" x 1.75" x 4"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $225.00

Y745     Packet of Six Waterproof Skin Cartridges for .36 Navy Pistols (Sharps Rifle Manufacturing Co. Hartford Ct. 1863-1865)

Description: Open box of six waterproof skin cartridges and a small packet of eight percussion caps. These are held in a wooden block, covered in a paper wrapper. You can hear a little bit of the powder inside if you tilt the box. The cartridges are held in place and I haven't been able to pull any of them out.

Measures:    1.75" x 3" x .5"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $495.00

Y354     Complete Pack of Frankford Arsenal Internally Primed .45 Ammunition for 1873 Colt Army/1875 Schofield Dated 1878

Description: Here is a very nice box of .45 ammunition for the 1873 Colt Army and the 1875 Smith & Wesson Schofield. This box is in very nice shape and still has the full pull string attached to the side. There is a very slight seam crack above where the pull string starts but is only mentioned for exactness. This type of box was originally shellacked  giving the appearance of a variation of colors. This would make an excellent addition to any Colt or Indian War cartridge collection.

Measures Approximately: 3.5" x 1.5" x 1"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $350.00

Y584     Original Complete Pack of 10 .58 Paper Civil War Cartridges and Percussion Caps

Description: Very nice original packet of 10 .58 paper cartridges for the Springfield musket. This packet is in very nice condition without any rips or tears. Inside of the paper packet are 10 .58 cartridges along with a packet of percussion caps. Just as issued. This would make an excellent display piece for any ammo or gun collection.

Measures: 3" x 3"

Price: $875.00

Y582     Complete Full Box of 12mm Pinfire Revolver Cartridges by Charles Fusnot of Brussels, Belgium

Description: Here is an excellent full box of 12mm pinfire cartridges manufactured by Charles Fusnot of Brussels. This box contains (25) 12mm pinfire cartridges packed in the original red sawdust. The printed label is still legible. The seams on the box are sturdy with some slight cracks here and there. If you own a 12mm pinfire revolver, this would definitely enhance your display.

Reference: Reference: RBTRF Vol. 4 No. 948

Price: $395.00

Z1413     Lawrence Primer Tube for M1852, M1859, M1863 Sharps Rifles & Carbines

Description: Here is a very nice primer tube for you Civil War Sharps Rifle or Carbine. This is a small brass tube that holds several percussion caps and a small wooden dowel. This device was used to feed percussion caps into the Lawrence Primer Mechanism. The wooden chuck is missing on this one and there is a tack pressed into the dowel for tension. This would make a great addition to any firearms collection!

Measures: 1.921"

Recovered: Surplus Stock

Price: $75.00

Z1213     Model 1855 Tumbler & Punch

Description: Here is a nice tumbler and punch with the blue/black arsenal finish. Both arms freely move and it's in great condition!

Measures: 3.5"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $40.00

Z1212     Model 1879 Combination Tool for .45/70 Rifles

Description: Here is a very nice combination tool with most of the original bluing intact. These M1879 combination tools were used with the .45/70 rifles. This one is clearly marked US / MOD 1879.

Measures: 2.6" x .9"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $25.00

Z1211     Model 1882 Headless Shell Extractor

Description: Here is an excellent M1882 headless shell extractor. This is the later variant with the removable drift with a single row of serrations and it has plenty of the arsenal finish left!

Measures: 2.5"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $12.00

Z1209     Model 1876 Combination Tool

Description: Here is an outstanding Model 1876 combination tool. This one has quite a bit of the original blue/black arsenal finish and the arm moves freely. This tool was meant for the Model 1873 Springfield Trapdoor rifles and carbines as well as the Colt and Smith & Wesson revolvers.

Measures: 2.75"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $45.00

Z1015     Model 1841/1842 Combination Musket Tool (Marked US Produced at the Harper's Ferry Armory)

Description: Here is a very nicely marked combination tool produced at the Harper's Ferry Armory. This is for the Model 1841/42 muskets. Unfortunately the main screwdriver has a very small hairline crack. The main arm moves freely and still retains some of the bluing. This would make an excellent addition to any gun tool collection!

Measures: 3.6"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $65.00

Z1105     Model 1841/1842 Musket Combination Tool

Description: Here is a very nice combination tool that would go well with your Model 1841/42 musket. This piece contains a cone wrench as well as two screwdriver blades. The riveted arm on this piece does move freely. This example is an original and still has some armory finish left!

Measures Approximately 3.5" in Length

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $75.00

Z1055     African/Middle Eastern Blunderbuss Project Gun

Description: Here is a very interesting gun. This is a blunderbuss and I would suspect this one to be from Africa or the Middle East. This one is out of the old Cider House Museum in Poughkeepsie, NY. The lock, side plate, trigger guard, and ramrod are all missing from this piece. The large iron barrel measure 16.75" in length. The barrel is full of silver inlay and some of it has come off of the barrel. The ramrod guides and the butt plate all have silver inlay as well. The stock is covered with bone inlay and small brass tacks. The original and hand forged iron trigger is still in place. The barrel is slightly out of round on the end. The stock has a very nice patina and there are a few cracks here and there. We typically don't carry items like this but it came in with several other guns from the same museum. If you like old guns this may be a good candidate for restoration.

Measures: 30" in length

Recovered: Ex Museum Collection

Price: $350.00

Z476     Reproduction Colt Wood Grips

Description: Nice reproduction set of wooden grips for a Colt.

Measures: 3" Tall

Price: $30.00

Z220     Battlefield Pickup Relic French Mle 1886/93

Description: Here is a very nice WWI vintage French Lebel rifle that was picked up in France many moons ago. This piece was brought back and was part of a large group of excavated/pickup relics from France. It is in relic condition. It appears that the barrel is plugged and is probably the reason the gun was discarded. There is still a little bit of the stock remaining. You can clearly see the manufacture date of 1915 near the receiver. There was a little bit of green paint that was dropped on the end of the barrel but it would easily clean off. This would make an excellent gift for the WWI enthusiast or it may look even nicer hanging on your wall.

Measures:  42" x 4.5"

Recovered: France

Price: $135.00


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