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  NEW MODEL 1859 SHARPS NAVY RIFLE – IDENTIFIED BY SERIAL NUMBER AS HAVING BEEN SHIPPED TO THE WASHINGTON NAVY YARD IN 1860 – AN EARLY IDENTIFIED SHARPS RIFLE IN VERY NICE CONDITION  
  WAR OF 1812 CHIEF’S GRADE NORTHWEST TRADE GUN – SCARCE MAKER – THOMAS HAMPTON 1813-1816  – FULL ARRAY OF BRITISH BOARD OF ORDNANCE INSPECTOR AND ACCEPTANCE STAMPS – FEATURING CLASSIC WEAR AND REPAIRS - VERY NICE SPECIMEN  
  “A COLT THAT CAME IN FROM THE COLD” – MODEL 1911 COLT PISTOL IDENTIFIED TO LT. WALLACE W. MILLARD, 31ST INFANTRY REGIMENT, AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE – SIBERIA 1919-1920  
  NEW  MODEL 1866 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE – A VERY NICE EXAMPLE OF AN EARLY INDIAN WARS HISTORICAL RIFLE  
  NORTHWEST TRADE GUN – PARKER, FIELD & Co. DATED 1862 – HUDSON’S BAY CO. ACCEPTANCE STAMPS  – VERY NICE SPECIMEN  
  MODEL 1877 .45/70 SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR CARBINE – VERY NICE SCARCE EARLY SPECIMEN – ca. 1877 – SN 35728 – CONFIGURED AS MADE IN THE FIRST YEAR OF PRODUCTION  
  REMINGTON NEW MODEL ARMY PISTOL – IDENTIFIED TO COMPANY E  8TH US CAVALRY – A HISTORIC AND WELL DOCUMENTED EARLY INDIAN WAR ISSUED REVOLVER  SOLD  
  MODEL 1868 SHARPS CARBINE – IDENTIFIED TO COMPANY E  8TH US CAVALRY – A HISTORIC AND WELL DOCUMENTED EARLY INDIAN WAR ISSUED CARBINE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION  
  INDIAN USED MODEL 1877 .45/70 SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR CARBINE – TACKED WITH A CLASSIC APPEARANCE - PUBLISHED WITH LONG TERM PROVENANCE – EXCELLENT SPECIMEN OF AN INDIAN USED CARBINE  

 

 
  MODEL 1873 WINCHESTER RIFLE – MANUFACTURED IN 1890 - DELUXE BURLED WALNUT STOCKS – VERY NICE CONDITION  
  MODEL 1851 COLT NAVY REVOLVER- “US” MARKED MARTIAL VERSION MANUFACTURED IN 1857  
  CALISHER & TERRY CARBINE – 1856 BRITISH PATENT – STRONG CONFEDERATE ASSOCIATION – AS CARRIED BY J.E.B. STUART – VERY NICE COMPLETE SPECIMEN  
  MODEL 1873 “FIRST MODEL” .45/70 SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR CARBINE – VERY NICE EARLY PRODUCTION SPECIMEN – ca. 1875 – SN 29984 – IN THE ORIGINAL CONFIGURATION  
  GUNSMITH FASHIONED PERCUSSION VOLLEY GUN – A UNIQUE ONE OF A KIND FIREARM INTENDED FOR CLOSE RANGE DEFENSE IN DESPERATE FRONTIER ENCOUNTERS  
  ALLEN & WHEELOCK .44 CALIBER “ARMY MODEL” CENTER HAMMER LIPFIRE REVOLVER – SCARCE EARLY METALLIC PATENT CARTRIDGE PISTOL IN EXCELLENT CONDITION  
  EARLY 19TH CENTURY HEAVY BARREL PLAINS RIFLE – .69 CALIBER - FRONTIER GUNSMITH PERCUSSION CONVERSION – VERY ATTRACTIVE BRASS MOUNTED CURLY MAPLE STOCK  
  WHITNEY “PHOENIX” BREECHLOADING RIFLE – AN EARLY PROTOTYPE SPECIMEN IN A DESIRABLE CALIBER .50-70 GOVERNMENT – A SCARCE RIFLE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION  
  ANDREW D. KING, SUB INSPECTOR, NATIONAL ARMORY, SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS – HIS PERSONAL 1861 WORK DIARY – RECORDS OF INSPECTIONS OF COLTS, BURNSIDES, AMES SABRES – VERY RARE ORDNANCE INSPECTOR WORK HISTORY  
  Model 1880 Springfield Trapdoor triangular ROD BAYONET Rifle – VERY NICE CORRECT EXAMPLE OF A FAIRLY RARE MODEL – 1 OF 1014 PRODUCED  
  INDIAN USED FIRST PATTERN MODEL 1873 TRAPDOOR RIFLE  
  SPENCER BUFFALO RIFLE – FRONTIER GUNSMITH REBARRELED WITH AN EARLY HAND RIFLED HEAVY BARREL  
  BRONZE CANNON BARREL – BEARS THE CIPHER OF DANISH KING CHRISTIAN IV (1577-1648) – VERY ATTRACTIVE ARTILLERY PIECE  
  ca. 1770’s AMERICAN MILITIA FLINTLOCK MUSKET – VERY NICE HISTORIC REVOLUTIONARY WAR MUSKET  
  MERWIN & HULBERT SINGLE ACTION ARMY 2ND MODEL - .44 WCF – WITH ORIGINAL IVORY GRIPS  
  VERY RARE BALL’S PATENT ANTI-GARROTTER BELT PISTOL ON THE ORIGINAL BELT – A VERY UNIQUE AND EXTREMELY RARE PIECE OF FIREARMS CURIOSA  
       

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