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  1. cscarbine.JPG (12340 bytes)cscarbinelckplt.JPG (42136 bytes)cscarbinemod.JPG (47547 bytes)cscarbinemkr.JPG (71067 bytes)cscarbinedate.JPG (53681 bytes)cscarbinerev.JPG (45364 bytes)Confederate Cavalry carbine created by modifying a standard 58 cal. 3-band Federal rifled musket.  The South had a grave shortage of weapons for their extensive cavalry forces.  In an attempt to provide cavalry weapons, standard 3-band infantry rifled muskets were often shortened to a cavalry length.  In the camp of the 8th Texas Cavalry near Unionville, Tennessee, occupied during the winter of 1863, I recovered several Enfield barrels that had been cut off to create Enfield cavalry carbines.  This is a classic example of turning a Federal infantry weapon into a Confederate cavalry weapon.  It has lockplate markings of Parker Snow and dated 1864.  In reality, this weapon is as much a southern cavalry carbine as a Richmond or Cook & Brothers.--$695.SOLD

  2. fayetteconver.JPG (20186 bytes)fayetteconverlckplt.JPG (53765 bytes)fayetteconvermkr.JPG (86657 bytes)fayetteconverdte.JPG (68802 bytes)Extremely rare Confederate Fayetteville Arsenal conversion of an 1825 date Henry Derringer "common rifle" that was originally produced in Flintlock and was converted at the Fayetteville Confederate Arsenal in North Carolina for use by Confederate Infantry.  The conversion has the drum style bolster and a classic Fayetteville Arsenal produced percussion hammer.  This weapon is as Confederate as any Richmond, Cook, or Fayetteville weapon, and was among the very first weapons to be issued to North Carolina Volunteers.  It has a smooth uncleaned chocolate brown patina tip to tip and has lockplate markings of "1825-Derringer-Philada."  This weapon would be an excellent addition to any Confederate weapons collection.--$1,650.
  3. ketland.jpg (40702 bytes)ketlandrev.JPG (43776 bytes)ketlandclose.JPG (72862 bytes)ketlandmrk1.JPG (84224 bytes)ketlandmrk2.JPG (74229 bytes)ketlandmrk3.JPG (69930 bytes)ketlandmrk4.JPG (54922 bytes)Original 1820 era single shot flintlock horse pistol.  The metal has a smooth aged chocolate patina with lockplate marking Ketland & Co. which indicates English manufacture.  The flintlock mechanism works as perfectly as it did when it was new.  The walnut stock is in nice condition with the exception of having an old crack across the grip of the pistol, likely resulting from at some point being dropped.  The crack could easily be restored if desired.  I somewhere have a copy of an image of a Confederate with a very similar pistol stuck behind his belt which I will include if I can find.  Pistols this early still in original flint are quite rare to come across.--$975.SOLD
  4. mod42pistol.JPG (49144 bytes)mod42pistolrev.JPG (42115 bytes)mod42pistolmkr.JPG (71214 bytes)mod42pistoldte.JPG (67834 bytes)mod42pistolanchor.JPG (55078 bytes)Quite rare .54 cal. Model 1842 single shot "U.S." military pistol with the Federal "Anchor Mark" on the top of the barrel.  The metal is clean with lockplate markings of "U.S. - I. N. Johnson - 1855" and barrel markings of "U.S. - G.W. - 1849 - and the anchor".  The walnut stock remains very nice with a clear military inspector cartouche still visible, and the action is still about as crisp as when it was new.  This is one you just don't see very often.--$975.SOLD
  5. coltwithflask.JPG (43055 bytes)coltwithflaskrev.JPG (54794 bytes)coltwithflaskcrvg1.JPG (69249 bytes)coltwithflaskptnt.JPG (70333 bytes)coltwithflaskmkr.JPG (46198 bytes)coltwithflasksers.JPG (56263 bytes)coltwithflaskser.JPG (65018 bytes)coltwithflaskser1.JPG (65204 bytes)Very nice condition 31 cal. 6" barrel Colt Pocket Model Revolver.  This revolver is serial # 50929 and is all matching, including the wedge.  This is very desirable early, early 1850 production and was carried by Lieut. Arrestes B. Williams, Company C, 11th Tennessee Infantry.  Lieutenant Williams' initials "A.W." are carved into the left side of the grips.  He was from near Dickson, Tennessee, and the revolver, along with the J. Barlow patent powder flask, was purchased directly from his heirs who still live here in Tennessee.  This little group will be a fine addition to any Confederate collection.--$1,450.SOLD
  6. coltwithbullets.JPG (45650 bytes)coltwithbulletsrev.JPG (41182 bytes)coltwithbulletsmkr.JPG (37266 bytes)coltwithbulletsptnt.JPG (60456 bytes)coltwithbulletssrl3.JPG (48361 bytes)coltwithbulletssrl2.JPG (50698 bytes)coltwithbulletssrl.JPG (64445 bytes)coltwithbulletsbrleng.JPG (61737 bytes)Nice looking .44 cal. Model 1860 Colt Army Revolver.  It has a smooth dark aged brown patina - crisp action - and an all matching serial number of  "69752" {except for the wedge which is an old replacement} and that is very desirable 1862 production.  There is even a small amount of original cylinder scene still visible.  The grips were replaced about 50 years ago, and have "aged in" and look very nice on the revolver.  It isn't uncommon now to see a .44 cal. Model 1860 Colt Army Revolver priced in excess of $2,000.  Here is a true bargain on a very respectable Colt 1860 Army Revolver.--$1,295.SOLD
  7. merrill.jpg (10305 bytes)merrilllckplt.JPG (46830 bytes)shortmusketdte.JPG (72847 bytes)Very Rare 1st Model .54 cal. Merrill Carbine {with patchbox}.  This was recently discovered in the attic of an antebellum home in Williamson County, TN.  It is serial number "1657" and lockplate and barrel numbers match.  The carbine is all complete, and has a THICK 100 year chocolate brown patina covering everything.  With some elbow grease and T.L.C. - this can be a real decent and RARE 1st Model Merrill carbine.  (We have had the carbine tastefully cleaned,  now everything works, and it has a very pleasing look.)--ONLY $850.SOLD
  8. 1860musket1.JPG (25402 bytes)1860musket.JPG (62440 bytes)1860musketdate.JPG (91149 bytes)bayonetwednesday.JPG (13163 bytes)bayonetwednesdaycls.JPG (72159 bytes)Very pretty "1860" date Austrian 3-band rifled musket complete with original 4-side socket bayonet.  Austrian muskets were extensively used by both U.S. and C.S. troops during the American Civil War.  It is in .58 cal. and has a nice thick - never cleaned - chocolate brown patina.  The stock is European walnut and is in very nice condition.--$1,350. SOLD
  9. 69calflint.JPG (24013 bytes)69calflintlockplt.JPG (52786 bytes)69calflintlckpltrev.JPG (50129 bytes)69calflinteng.JPG (62440 bytes)Very nice .69 cal. Model 1812 military musket IN ORIGINAL FLINT with Mass. and Luke Harrington marks.  The musket has crisp action - sharp marks - and is dated "1821".  It came directly out of a North Carolina estate many, many years ago, and has the prettiest - never cleaned - attic grey/brown patina that you could hope to see.  Many young Confederates first left home carrying muskets of this type, and many were still being carried at the Battle of Mill Springs, KY.  I can't imagine any Civil War and earlier collector not being very proud of having this jewel in their collection.--$2,250.
  10. savage.jpg (45757 bytes)savagerev.JPG (44254 bytes)savagemkr.JPG (49775 bytes).36 cal. Savage Navy Model Revolver fresh out of an Ohio estate sale.  It has a very thick brown - never cleaned attic patina - and the intricate "figure 8" action still works as well as it did during the Civil War.  The original grips are intact, and the edges are worn rounded from actual field service.  This revolver didn't sit around in an arsenal, but was clearly carried in the field.  Nipples have been replaced and are all in good shape.--$1,895.SOLD
  11. smithwesson.JPG (62203 bytes)smithwessonrev.JPG (61049 bytes)smithwessonopn.JPG (56755 bytes)smithwessonmkr.JPG (42900 bytes)32 cal. Smith and Wesson 5-shot cartridge revolver.  This is early production with only the 1855 and 1859 patent dates present on the barrel.  The serial number is 10287 which is Civil War Era production.  Many Civil War officers carried the 32 cal. Smith and Wesson revolver as a last line of defense vest gun.  This example has perfect action and some case colors present in recessed areas.  A quality little gun that would be a nice addition to most any collection.--$650.
  12. csbakerconv.JPG (15882 bytes)csbakerconvlckplt.JPG (60658 bytes)csbakerconvbutt.JPG (48716 bytes)csbakerconveng.JPG (46229 bytes)csbakerconvbk.JPG (28859 bytes)csbakerconvbkcls.JPG (55666 bytes)Kentucky style longrifle originally manufactured in flintlock and was converted from flintlock to percussion by M.A. Baker of Fayetteville NC, for use by the Confederacy.  This unmarked example {only 5 or 6 marked ones are known} is out of a North Carolina estate and is very similar to the example of page 19 on Confederate Longarms and Pistols by Hill & Anthony.  The barrel is a massive 45 inches in length.  During the Civil War era, a leather strap was inlaid around the stock for your cheek to rest against.  There are actually only a few of these Baker Confederate Conversions left around.--$950.SOLD
  13. tinypistol.JPG (65205 bytes)tinypistolrev.JPG (61920 bytes)tinypistoleng.JPG (60859 bytes)tinypistol2.JPG (42738 bytes)Very nice condition original Civil War era 7 mm French Pinfire revolver.  Usually with these little revolvers, either the loading door, the folding trigger, or the cartridge ejector rod are missing.  This example has all three intact and the action works perfectly.  Confederate General Stonewall Jackson carried a Pinfire revolver much like this one.  I am including an original 9 mm Pinfire cartridge to display with the revolver.  I am intentionally including a cartridge one click larger size than the revolver to prevent a child from being able to load the revolver and accidentally fire it.  It is in very nice condition with a smooth aging gray/brown patina.--$450.
  14. coltandbullets.JPG (51578 bytes)coltandbulletsrev.JPG (47891 bytes)coltandbulletsptnt.JPG (59926 bytes)coltandbulletsmkr.JPG (30342 bytes)coltandbulletssrl.JPG (55900 bytes)coltandbulletssrls.JPG (51884 bytes)coltandbulletssrlptnt.JPG (58314 bytes)Very nice looking .36 cal. Model 1851 Colt 6-shot Navy Revolver.  It has a real  pretty slick chocolate brown patina, and the action is as crisp as when it was new.  It has an all matching serial number of "114537" {including the wedge} - and this is very desirable "1861 - 1862" production.  It came out of the local area, and was quite likely "C.S." carried.  There is quite a bit of cylinder scene remaining, and a little finish in the recessed areas.  The Colt barrel markings are about as deep and sharp as when it was new.  I am including 6 dropped Colt bullets that I recovered here at Stones River to display with the revolver.--$1,895.
  15. excelpinfire.JPG (58901 bytes)excelpinfirerev.JPG (56516 bytes)A local family just brought in this beautiful condition 7-MM folding trigger French Pinfire revolver.  It is literally "dripping" with original bluing, and everything you want is intact {loading door - ejector rod - and folding trigger.  This is a very similar weapon to the one carried by "Stonewall Jackson".  I am including an original pinfire cartridge for display BUT it is a slightly larger size and will not load {to protect the kiddies}.  This is going to be a centerpiece in someone's collection.--$595.
  16. snglbltmld.JPG (58010 bytes)snglbltmoldcls.JPG (43507 bytes)Civil War era single cavity .36 cal. round ball mold.  This could be used for molding .36 cal. balls in the field for either a .36 cal. rifle or .36 cal. pistol or revolver.  I have included an original bullet to display with the mold that we recovered here at Stones River.--$48.
  17. robinson.jpg (59175 bytes)robinsonlckplt.JPG (55866 bytes)robinsonmkr.JPG (88631 bytes)robnsondte.JPG (77773 bytes)robinsonegl.JPG (90890 bytes)robinsonjs.JPG (85313 bytes)Fresh out of a PA. attic - "1864" date "E. ROBINSON - NEW YORK" .58 cal. 3-band percussion rifled musket.  The musket has action about as crisp as when it was issued and is a quite rare "E. ROBINSON" contract.  Robinson's contract was for 30,000 weapons, but we don't know how many were actually delivered.  The musket has a nice "never been cleaned" - chocolate brown - attic patina.  I wish that we knew who "J.S." was - but unfortunately we don't.  Just a good un-messed with Federal .58 cal. 3-band rifled musket.--$1,250.
  18. 1855sprngfld.JPG (12697 bytes)1855sprngfldbrl.JPG (8127 bytes)1855sprngfldlckplt.JPG (52419 bytes) 1855sprngfldcrvg.JPG (67441 bytes)1855sprngfldegl.JPG (83927 bytes)1855sprngfldmkr.JPG (63463 bytes)1855sprngfldus1.JPG (57967 bytes).69 cal. Model 1842 Springfield 3-band percussion rifled musket.  The metal has a smooth attic brown patina with lockplate markings of "U.S. - Springfield - 1855" and the barrel has a matching "1855" date.  The barrel bore is rusty and dirty, but I can still feel some rifling remaining.  The wood is pretty with nice color, and has all the little typical dings and marks of lots of service in the field.  One sling swivel is intact and one is on a battlefield somewhere.  This musket was brought in out of the local area, and was quite likely Confederate carried.--$1,150.SOLD
  19. bulletmold.JPG (66727 bytes)bulletmoldinside.JPG (58338 bytes)bulletmoldcav.JPG (55268 bytes)bulletmoldcavclos.JPG (53284 bytes)Folding double cavity bullet mold for a .31 cal. Colt Pocket Model revolver.  Interestingly, the mold has had two additional cavities for molding small size pistol balls added - so the mold will now mold 4 different projectiles.  This would be a nice little compliment to display with your Colt Pocket Model Revolver.--$85.
  20. capcntnr.JPG (71444 bytes)capcntnrsd.JPG (60844 bytes)Original small percussion cap tin for any percussion revolver.  This would be a fine compliment to display with any Civil War era hand gun.--$48.
  21. griswprst.JPG (54110 bytes)griswprstrev.JPG (57373 bytes)griswprstgrip.JPG (43002 bytes)griswprstmaker.JPG (35876 bytes)griswprstsrl.JPG (56007 bytes)griswprstsrl2.JPG (60177 bytes)griswprsteng.JPG (54942 bytes)griswprstdoc.JPG (45131 bytes)Absolutely BEAUTIFUL condition .36 cal. Manhattan Navy Model Revolver With PRESENTATION.  The revolver has an all matching EARLY serial number of "5071" with a presentation that reads "Presented to H. A. Griswold By T. J. Butler - 1865".  The revolver has 100 % original cylinder scene and a good bit of original bluing.  The family has connections in both Georgia and Kentucky {as is evidenced by the document above}  This is going to be a very exciting research project for someone and is nothing short of a fine near-mint weapon !!--$1,850.
  22. fayetteville.JPG (14777 bytes)fayettevillebrl.JPG (8439 bytes)fayettevillelckplte.JPG (55098 bytes)fayettevillemkr.JPG (59871 bytes)fayettevilledte.JPG (71889 bytes)fayettevilledte3.JPG (72336 bytes)fayettevillecsa.JPG (57392 bytes)fayettevillemrkng1.JPG (62488 bytes)VERY - VERY RARE "1863" date Confederate manufactured FAYETTEVILLE .58 cal. 2-band rifled musket.  The lockplate is marked "Fayetteville - C.S.A. - 1863" and the barrel has a corresponding "1863" date.  The barrel bands are brass as are the trigger guard, and the well known "C.S.A." marked brass buttplate.  The wood is quite nice, but was shortened a bit for use hunting {to feed the family} after the Civil War.  The wood has been repaired under the front band, and other than being just a little short - looks excellent.  The action still works perfectly.  The musket displays as well as a $12,000. Fayetteville,  and with the exception of the stock restoration under the front barrel band - is a completely original SUPER RARE Confederate manufactured Fayetteville C.S. rifled musket.  {And Is Priced A Long Way From $12,000.}--$5,500.SOLD
  23. 1831sprngfld.JPG (11071 bytes)1831sprngfldbrl.JPG (12300 bytes)1831sprngfldlcplt.JPG (55435 bytes)1831sprngfldmkr.JPG (69203 bytes)1831sprngfldcart.JPG (62444 bytes)1831sprngfldcart2.JPG (75959 bytes)1831sprngfldus.JPG (76383 bytes)1831sprngflds.JPG (60632 bytes)1831sprngfldp.JPG (58847 bytes).69 cal. 1831 date Springfield 3-band musket originally produced in flint, and during the Civil War era was converted to the percussion system.  In addition to being converted, this musket was also rifled and fitted with a long range site.  During the early years of the Civil War both Union and Confederate forces used these out-dated old firearms until more current .58 cal. weapons could be obtained.  This musket has a nice aged patina just beginning to darken with age, and the lockplate markings all remain deep and sharp.  The action remains about as strong as when it was issued, and lots of good bore remains.  Both military inspector marks in the stock can be seen from 10 feet away.  This is a very nice weapon that shows all the normal dings and marks of lots of time in the field, and would be a quality addition to any collection - Union or Confederate.--$1,295.
  24. dblmold.JPG (61008 bytes)dblmold1.JPG (63279 bytes)dblmoldcls.JPG (72479 bytes)Very nice condition double cavity folding .36 cal. bullet mold for a Manhattan Navy Model revolver.  I am including two original bullets recovered here at Stones River to display with the mold.--$125.
  25. bultmold.JPG (62688 bytes)bultmoldrev.JPG (69323 bytes)Excellent condition single cavity .44 cal. bullet mold for a single shot boot pistol.  I am including an original ball from here at Stones River to display with the mold.  Many soldiers - both North and South - carried a pistol of this type in their vest or boot as a last resort.--$65.
  26. bulletmold.JPG (59372 bytes)bulletmoldcls.JPG (67077 bytes)Nice condition cast brass "Colt Patent" marked .31 cal. double cavity bullet mold correct for the Model 1849 Colt .31 cal. Pocket Revolver.  If you have a nice Colt revolver - here is the perfect compliment for it.--$150.
  27. bltmold.JPG (62088 bytes)bltmoldclsd.JPG (67190 bytes)Nice condition cast brass double cavity bullet mold for a "Country Rifle".  Many young Confederates left their Southern homes in 1861 carrying the family "Country Rifle", and was armed with this until a "more Military" type weapon came along.  This mold is out of a local estate and has a nice rich aged patina.--$125.
  28. msket.JPG (14292 bytes)msketbrl2.JPG (8349 bytes)msketlckplt.JPG (57410 bytes)msketlckpltrev.JPG (67800 bytes)msketmrk.JPG (65988 bytes)msketmrk2.JPG (66555 bytes)msketbook.JPG (48069 bytes)Just in out of the local Southern bushes -- .69 cal. Austrian Model 1842 Engineer's Rifled musket.  The musket has a smooth - never cleaned - deep chocolate brown patina, and is the type weapon many Confederates carried the first two years of the Civil War.  I have never recovered a .69 cal. Austrian projectile anywhere but early Confederate Infantry camps.  Here is a nice, untouched, Confederate carried musket at a VERY reasonable price.--$850.
  29. guntools.JPG (54115 bytes)Group of 7 assorted musket parts that are either non-excavated or are early pick-ups or recoveries, and still remain in nice enough condition to use on a musket today.  There are {2} .58 cal. Springfield or contract musket breechplugs - one brass Mississippi trigger guard - {1} .58 cal. Springfield trigger guard - one cast brass Enfield nose cap {1} one .69 cal. Model 1816 musket buttplate and {1} cast brass trigger guard to an unknown musket.  A real bargain !!--$195. for all
  30. 1849cltpckt.JPG (55029 bytes)1849cltpcktrev.JPG (55892 bytes)1849cltpcktmkr.JPG (41139 bytes)1849cltpcktptnt.JPG (66480 bytes)1849cltpcktserl.JPG (45536 bytes)1849cltpcktserl2.JPG (46685 bytes)Nice condition .31 cal. Model 1849 Colt Pocket Revolver.  It has nice clean metal with an all matching serial number {328193} except for the wedge which is an old replacement.  This serial number falls right at the end of the Civil War or possibly just after.  It has nice clear markings - good rifling - and crisp action.  Every collection needs a pretty little Colt Revolver.--$950.
  31. pdrhrn.JPG (45203 bytes)pdrhrncrvg.JPG (50472 bytes)Massive HUGE 1840 era 14 inch long and 3 inches across Powder Horn.  The horn remains in very nice condition and has ornate designs carved into both top and bottom.  Many young Confederates left home in 1861 carrying a Fowling Rifle and a Powder Horn just like this.--$175.
  32. tool.JPG (75085 bytes)Original folding musket tool correct to display with any of the Models of Springfield or contract percussion muskets.  An excellent compliment to display with your musket.--$65.
  33. 1836prusnbut.JPG (34728 bytes)1836prusn.JPG (29010 bytes)1836prusnclose.JPG (55948 bytes)1836prusncrtche.JPG (88562 bytes)1836prusndte.JPG (45970 bytes)1836prusnmrk.JPG (99018 bytes)1836prusnmrk2.JPG (85098 bytes)1836prusnmrk3.JPG (70109 bytes)1836prusnmrk4.JPG (73494 bytes)Fresh out of a Central Ohio estate sale.  Nice condition .69 cal. 3-band "Prussian Rifled Musket".  It has a very smooth, chocolate brown attic patina with markings of "1826" {on the barrel before conversion to percussion} and date of "1856" {on the lockplate after conversion to percussion}.  The State of Ohio purchased these muskets for their troops as they first left the State of Ohio for the Civil War in "1861".  We always know that we are digging in an early War Ohio infantry camp site when we start digging "Prussian" bullets.  By late 1862 most Ohio Troops had exchanged these old weapons for "up-to-date" .58 cal. rifled Springfield muskets.--$1,150.
  34. Excellent condition non-excavated Springfield combination musket tool - perfect to display with your original Civil War musket.  Also, an original non-excavated .577 cal. Enfield trigger block with trigger.  Both items only.--$65.
  35. Very nice condition original .577 cal. Enfield musket tompion.  A fantastic final touch for your nice Enfield musket.--$65.SOLD
  36. Nice smooth chocolate brown attic patina on the metal of this .69 cal. Model 1842 smoothbore 3-band Springfield musket.  The lockplate is marked "U.S. - 1848 - Springfield" and the action still works well with a good strong spring.  The stock is quite attractive with a visible inspector cartouche and just the normal small dings and marks of service.  I just purchased this musket out of a North Carolina estate dating all the way back to the 1940 - 1950s era.  This is a weapon with that slick brown patina that some tasteful, gentle cleaning would make look significantly nicer.--$1,450.
  37. Attractive .69 cal. Potsdam musket dated "1826".  This one is out of an Ohio estate sale and has a smooth uncleaned attic patina.  A good number of these were purchased by the Governor of Ohio to arm troops from the state in early 1861 - some are even "OHIO" marked, but this one is unmarked.  The Ohio guys quickly realized that the rifled .58 cal. Springfield muskets were much better and more accurate and these ancient old muskets were soon replaced.  Confederates were also able to get some of these, and they used them until they were able to get the much superior and preferred .577 cal. Enfields.  This is a nice looking "early Civil War" weapon.--$895.
  38. .69 cal. Prussian Musket which was purchased and imported early in the war by the Governor of Ohio for the issue to Ohio troops as they marched off to war in 1861.  These muskets fired an absolutely massive projectile, and they were very quickly found to not be as accurate and serviceable as the smaller cal. Springfield muskets.  Over the years as relic hunters we have learned that when you recover the huge Prussian projectiles that you are certainly in an Ohio camp and could very well be about to recover an "OVM" beltplate.  This particular musket is marked "Potsdam" and dated "1837."  Although the musket was brought in to the shop by a local family, it was learned that the family's ancestry was not unexpectedly out of Ohio.  It has a smooth, dark, uncleaned patina and will display very nicely.--$975.
  39. Quite scarce .58 cal. "Providence Tool Co." - 1863 date Model 1861 3-band contract rifled musket.  This musket shows clear signs of having really been carried A LOT.  The metal has a smooth dark, attic brown patina with lockplate markings of "Providence Tool Co. - Providence, R.I. - 1863".  The markings are all visible, but worn down quite a bit from use.  The wood shows lots of use as well with corners rounded and all the normal bumps and bruises of a carried weapon.  The inspector's cartouche is worn, but you can still faintly make it out.  It is missing the rear sling swivel and has a "home grown" rear site.  This is a good, honest rare contract Civil War musket that without question "Saw The Elephant".--$1,150.

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