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1001

Composite Flintlock Pistol

.40 caliber rifled bore. 12" barrel. No S/N. Bright finish, barrel with gold highlights, mixed furniture of brass, iron and pewter, hard wood stock.  Assembled in the form of a frontier style flintlock "Kentucky" using an apparently 19th century pistol barrel that appears to have been made for the Middle Eastern trade. Lock, stock and furniture of more recent vintage. Includes a wooden ramrod.

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1 D, 8 h, 1 m, 47 s
Required Bid: $500
Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000

1002

Half Stock PA-KY Long Rifle Signed "Ashmore"

.45 caliber. 37" octagonal barrel length. SN: NSN. Pennsylvania-Kentucky style long rifle with percussion lock action and fixed semi buckhorn and blade sights. Browned metal finish with brass and silver accoutrements. Fiddleback maple half stock with a plain straight grip and forearm. Item has a brass buttplate and serpentine trigger guard. Fixtures include a silver six-point star to cheek rest on left side of buttstock. Lockplate is marked "Ashmore" in European-style gothic lettering with floral scroll engravings. Item has two brass screws to wrist of stock where significant cracking has occurred. Includes ramrod. Action is non-functional. 

This item was possibly made by, R. Ashmore, of Pennsylvania sometime in the 1840's. Little is known about R. Ashmore besides his long rifles often being signed "R/Ashmore" or "R/Ashmore/Warranted". He is believed to have been active during the mid-era of long rifles. 

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1 D, 8 h, 2 m, 47 s
Current Bid: $300
Required Bid: $325
Activity: 1 Bids
Estimate: $600 - $900

1003

Half Stock Percussion Rifle

.36 caliber. 32" heavy octagonal barrel. SN: NSN. Half-stock percussion rifle with an adjustable notch sight and double set triggers. Blued metal finish and brass buttplate. Wood stock has a plain straight grip and forearm with a silver forend cap. Features a serpentine style triggerguard and patchbox. Item is without front sight. Appears signed on right side of barrel but signature is obfuscated. 

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1 D, 8 h, 3 m, 47 s
Current Bid: $200
Required Bid: $225
Activity: 1 Bids
Estimate: $400 - $600

1004

Full Stock Percussion Rifle

.32 caliber. 36" octagonal barrel length. SN: NSN. Full stock percussion rifle with notch and blade sights. Blued metal barrel. Striped maple stock with brass forend cap, buttplate, and stock fixtures. 

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1 D, 8 h, 4 m, 47 s
Current Bid: $275
Required Bid: $300
Activity: 5 Bids
Estimate: $400 - $600

1005

Half Stock Percussion Rifle signed A.W. Spies

.38 caliber. 30.5" octagonal barrel length. SN: NSN. Half-stock percussion rifle with early ghost ring and blade sights. Blued metal finish to barrel and lock. Walnut stock has plain straight grip with cheek piece and brass fixtures to left side and a patchbox to right side of butt. Fixtures include several stars, a heart, and an oblong fixture marked "Isaiah:/55:12" is fitted to cheek piece. Lockplate is signed "A.W. Spies" on right side. Spies, according to the Database of USA Gunmakers, was a lock and gunmaker active in New York City during the mid-19th century and died in 1860. This gun appears to be a possible composite gun. Although wood to metal fit is good, barrel and lock appear significantly older and more worn than stock and brass fixtures. Patchbox was stuffed with greased cleaning cloth pieces, possibly to "antique" the inside of the patchbox and make the stock appear older. 

 

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1 D, 8 h, 5 m, 47 s
Required Bid: $200
Estimate: $400 - $600

1006

Davidson & Co. Cincinnati Half-stock Percussion Rifle

.35 caliber. 34" barrel length. SN: NSN. Percussion rifle with a heavy octagonal barrel and fixed semi buckhorn and blade sights. Browned metal finish with brass buttplate, sideplate, and trigger guard. Maple half-stock has a plain straight grip with cheekpiece. Features a European style serpentine trigger guard and double set triggers. Lockplate is marked "DAVIDSON & CO./CINCINNATI". Item is without cock lever. There are two metal plates screwed to bottom of lock and around trigger guard, appearing as possible repairs due to heavy losses under action. This item was possibly a flintlock to percussion conversion based on the crude design of the percussion lock. Includes wood ramrod. 

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1 D, 8 h, 6 m, 47 s
Required Bid: $150
Estimate: $300 - $500

1007

Possible Enfield 1853 Relic

Possible Enfield musket barrel and lock in relic condition. 39” barrel length. 

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1 D, 8 h, 7 m, 47 s
Current Bid: $130
Required Bid: $140
Activity: 11 Bids
Estimate: $100 - $200

1008

Reproduction Pattern 1853 Enfield Rifle Musket by Parker Hale

.58 caliber. 39" barrel. SN: 2897. Blued and color casehardened finish, brass furniture, hardwood stock. Retains rear sight, front sight and ramrod, missing sling swivels. A brass triangle is set into the obverse butt, likely to represent the 4th Corps. A solid musket for the Civil War reenactor, made by an English maker who used original machinery and gauges to produce these guns.

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1 D, 8 h, 8 m, 47 s
Current Bid: $300
Required Bid: $325
Activity: 11 Bids
Estimate: $300 - $500

1009

Framed Percussion Pistol

.50 caliber. 6” octagonal barrel length. Percussion pistol mounted on a 14"x16” board with wood frame. Bright finish with a curly maple stock. Frame has plaque that reads “Richard T. Baxter/Jan. 28, 1836 - Sept. 24, 1889”

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1 D, 8 h, 9 m, 47 s
Required Bid: $200
Estimate: $400 - $600

1010

Hunting Pouch and Powder Horn by Alonzo Jackson

Horn is 10' in length, pouch is is 9"x 9" in height and length. Powder horn and pouch by Alonzo Jackson of Green County, Tennessee. Horn appears to be carved out of a cow-horn. Pouch has floral patterns to sides. 

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1 D, 8 h, 10 m, 47 s
Current Bid: $100
Required Bid: $110
Activity: 1 Bids
Estimate: $200 - $400

1011

Medium Powder Horn with Scrimshaw

11" medium powder horn with scrimshaw of two rifles, a peacock, initials "G.W." all to horn. There are initials "N.I.W. 1825" scribed toward base. Features a wood plug that is marked "IOHN (possibly JOHN) MELENDY HIS HORN 1775" to bottom, and a brass spout with wood plug. Item is of indeterminate age. 

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1 D, 8 h, 11 m, 47 s
Current Bid: $1,700
Required Bid: $1,800
Activity: 37 Bids
Estimate: $300 - $500

1012

Presentation Tomahawk Pipe

Tomahawk pipe with a New England-style flat axe head and slightly flared beard. Item has a 2.5" blade and a 20.5" curled maple haft. Features a pipe to butt of axe head, and a mouthpiece to end of haft. There is an original museum label adhered to right side of haft that reads: "Presented by Mr. Chas. Harreus, Stapleton, S.I. - Said to be used during the Revolution." Item is of indeterminate age. 

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1 D, 8 h, 12 m, 47 s
Current Bid: $475
Required Bid: $500
Activity: 11 Bids
Estimate: $500 - $1,000

1013

Engraved Montenegran Gasser M1870 Revolver

About .41 Rimfire or 11.3mm. 5" barrel length. SN: 160114. Double action revolver with notch and blade sights. Blued metal finish with scroll engravings and what appear to be mother of pearl grips or some type of horn. 

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1 D, 8 h, 13 m, 47 s
Required Bid: $300
Estimate: $600 - $800

1014

Cartridge Belts, PLUS

1) 2) Revolver Cylinder with Engraved Names and Portraits of Confederate Generals. Generals depicted are "R.H. Anderson", "J.E.B. Stuart", "J.A. Early", "A. P. Hill", "T.J. Jackson", and "R. S. Ewell" along with portraits of each.

2) Cartridge Belt. 50" length, 2.5" width. Made of leather and iron, this belt features decorative buttons along the rims of the belt and a large ring buckle made of silver.

3) Cartridge Belt. 41.75" length, 2.75" height. Layered leather with silver buckle. Imprinted with "BRINGHAM PAT." along the front. 

4) Knife Sheath and Shoulder Belt. 16.5" length, 2" height. Small leather knife sheath with an attached belt to be wrapped around one's arm or shoulder. 

 

 

 

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1 D, 8 h, 14 m, 47 s
Current Bid: $120
Required Bid: $130
Activity: 6 Bids
Estimate: $150 - $300

1015

Civil War-era U.S. Cartridge Pouch and Belt

1.) Civil War-era Union cartridge box made by W.H. Wilkinson. Features U.S. buckle to main flap, belt buckles to backside, and interior tin compartments. Pouch has initials "A.B." etched to backside. 

2.) Civil War-era Union leather belt with U.S. buckle. 

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1 D, 8 h, 15 m, 47 s
Current Bid: $400
Required Bid: $425
Activity: 20 Bids
Estimate: $200 - $300

1016

Civil War-era Union Belt Buckle

Civil War-era Union belt buckle with brass front and lead filled backside. Most likely a Stokes-Kirk Pattern 477 buckle with arrow hooks and a swept clasp. Approximately 3.375" length, 2.25" width. Item is cased in a 6.25" length, 5.25" width, 1" deep black cardboard display box. 

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Current Bid: $120
Required Bid: $130
Activity: 9 Bids
Estimate: $100 - $200

1017

Civil War-era Bullet

 One round of Civil War-era ammunition. Most likely a .52 caliber Sharps round with a brass cartridge. Item is cased in a 4" x 3" x 1" black cardboard box with window. 

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Required Bid: $20
Estimate: $50 - $100

1018

Set of Civil War-era Dominoes

Set of 28 Civil War-era dominoes, each domino measures .5" long, .375" wide, and .125" high. Dominoes appear to be made with bone or ivory tops, and ebony backs that are fastened together with brass pins. Each domino has green numeral dots and red line details. Set is cased in a 5.5" x 4.5" x 1" black cardboard display box. 

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1 D, 8 h, 18 m, 47 s
Current Bid: $120
Required Bid: $130
Activity: 9 Bids
Estimate: $100 - $200

1020

Belgian SxS Pinfire Pistol

About .44 caliber. 6.75" barrel lengths. SN: NSN. Side by side break action pinfire pistol that is most likely Belgian. Item does not have any manufacturer marks or proof marks, only simple floral and scroll engravings overall. Grip has grooves and floral carvings. Features a bottom break lever, double triggers, and a lanyard ring to metal grip cap. 

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Current Bid: $100
Required Bid: $110
Activity: 1 Bids
Estimate: $200 - $300

1021

Lot of 4 Antique Revolvers

Lot of four antique revolvers including:

1.) Deane and Adams Revolver - .456 caliber ball. 6" octagonal barrel length. SN: NSN. Double action only percussion revolver with a spurless hammer and fixed notch and blade sights. Blued metal finish with engravings to sides of frame. Checkered walnut grips. Features a fixed 5-shot cylinder.

2.) Smith & Wesson Model No. 2 Standard Army Tip Up - .32 rimfire long. 6" octagonal barrel length. SN: 72949. Single action break bottom revolver with a tip up barrel and notch and blade sights. Blued metal finish and plain walnut grips. 

3.) Reproduction Spiller & Burr Revolver - About .36 caliber. 6" barrel length. SN: CS801. Single action percussion revolver with an octagonal barrel and 6-shot cylinder. Blued metal finish with a brass frame and plain walnut grips. Item appears to be an antiqued reproduction. Serial number markings and manufacturer marks appear to be in a different font style and different location when compared to authentic versions sold previously. 

4.) Colt Pocket Model Revolver with Holster - .36 caliber. 5" barrel length. SN: Not visible. Single action percussion revolver with a fixed 5-shot cylinder. Blued metal finish with a case hardened finish to frame, and brass triggerguard. Plain wood grips. Includes a brown leather holster. 

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1 D, 8 h, 21 m, 47 s
Current Bid: $700
Required Bid: $750
Activity: 17 Bids
Estimate: $500 - $700

1022

Lot of 2 Antique Revolvers

1.) Colt 1851 Navy - .36 caliber. 5.5" barrel length. SN: F91445. Single action percussion revolver. Action is poor, hammer will cock but cylinder is unable to rotate. Missing load leaver lock. There are several replaced screws. 

2.) Engraved American Percussion Revolver - About .32 caliber. 5.75" octagonal barrel length. SN: 3565. Single action percussion revolver with obfuscated barrel marks that appear to read "CAP SYSTEM BY AMERICAN". Action is non-functional. 

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1 D, 8 h, 22 m, 47 s
Current Bid: $160
Required Bid: $170
Activity: 7 Bids
Estimate: $200 - $400

1023

Lot of 2 Antique Revolvers

1.) Colt Model 1849 Pocket Revolver - .31 caliber. 4" octagonal barrel length. SN: 184956. Single action percussion revolver with hammer notch and post sights. Blued metal finish, with case hardening to frame and brass triggerguard. One piece walnut grips. Features engraved stagecoach scene on 5-shot cylinder. Action is non-fuctional. 

2.) E. Whitney New Haven Navy Revolver - .36 caliber. 7.75" octagonal barrel length. SN: 110008. Single action percussion revolver with pinched notch and post sights. Blued metal finish with a brass triggerguard and one piece walnut grips. Features several weak inspector marks to barrel and parts. Serial number is partially marked to bottom of barrel but is blocked by loading lever. Loading lever is marked with serial number. Action is functional. 

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1 D, 8 h, 23 m, 47 s
Current Bid: $700
Required Bid: $750
Activity: 27 Bids
Estimate: $300 - $500

1024

Belgian-Copy Smith & Wesson Model 3 Russian

About .45 caliber. 5.5" solid ribbed barrel length. SN: N13. Single action Belgian copy of a Smith & Wesson Model 3 Russian break top revolver. Nickel finish with carved bone grips. Item features obscured marks that appear to read "MASS PATENT" to top of barrel rib. Item has no other visible markings except for Belgian proofs to cylinder and several obscure marks to left side of grip strap. Action is functional. 

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Current Bid: $100
Required Bid: $110
Activity: 1 Bids
Estimate: $200 - $300

1025

Early 19th Century British India Pattern Bayonet

17" blade length. 21.5" overall length. 19th century British socket bayonet. This item is most likely a Brown Bess India Pattern bayonet used by British forces during the Napoleonic Wars. The India Pattern bayonet was produced from 1795 to about 1815. Item has a possible proof house mark to ricasso of bayonet spike. 

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1 D, 8 h, 25 m, 47 s
Required Bid: $200
Estimate: $400 - $600

1026

US Model 1850 Staff & Field Officers Sword

33" single-edged, slightly curved spear point blade, 38.5" overall length. Cast brass guard with "US" in face, shagreen covered grooved wood grip with 12 wraps of twisted brass wire. Blade etching weak, reverse of blade somewhat crudely engraved "EXCALIBAR" over the remnants of the etching.

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1 D, 8 h, 26 m, 47 s
Current Bid: $300
Required Bid: $325
Activity: 16 Bids
Estimate: $200 - $400

1027

Unmarked 1840 Heavy Cavalry Saber

35.5" curved, single edged-blade with 27" wide central fuller and flat spine, 41.5" in overall length. 6" hilt with heavy three-branch brass guard and Phrygian helmet pommel cap. Groove wood grip with leather covering and 18 wraps of twisted copper wire. Includes a lap seamed iron scabbard with two suspension rings.

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1 D, 8 h, 27 m, 47 s
Current Bid: $275
Required Bid: $300
Activity: 5 Bids
Estimate: $400 - $600

1028

Ames M1832 Artillery Short Sword with Scabbard

19" blade length. 27.5" length overall with scabbard. Ames M1832 Artillery Short sword with what appears to be a reproduction wood scabbard that is antiqued. Spear tip sword has a double edged blade with double and single fullers to both sides. Features a brass hilt with scaled pattern grip and patriotic eagle reliefs to both sides of pommel. Cross guard has a William Anderson Thornton "W.A.T." mark, as well as a "J.H." inspector mark to obverse side of cross guard. The "J.H." mark is non specific and could be attributed to several inspectors with the same initials. Ricasso is marked "U.S./1844" and "{Patriotic Eagle}/N.P. AMES/SPRINGFIELD" to obverse side ricasso. 

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1 D, 8 h, 28 m, 47 s
Current Bid: $375
Required Bid: $400
Activity: 16 Bids
Estimate: $300 - $500

1030

Reproduction W. J. McElroy Sword

33" blade length. 38" overall length. Single edge blade with an offset fuller to both sides. Brass hilt has a guard with two branches engraved with fern patterns. Blade is etched "C.S." to left side, with a J.M. McElroy banner to right side, and floral designs to both sides. Item appears to be a reproduction. 

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1 D, 8 h, 30 m, 47 s
Current Bid: $120
Required Bid: $130
Activity: 7 Bids
Estimate: $150 - $300

1031

19th Century Bowie Knife

11.25" blade length. 16.75" overall length. Single edge blade with a clipped point. Octagonal wood grip. Item appears to be unsigned. 

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1 D, 8 h, 31 m, 47 s
Current Bid: $100
Required Bid: $110
Activity: 5 Bids
Estimate: $150 - $300

1032

19th Century Blunderbuss

33mm shot. 13" flared barrel length. SN: NSN. Single shot flintlock blunderbuss (possibly English) featuring floral script engravings to barrel, frizzen, sideplate, and hammer. Browned or blued metal finish with checkered and floral cuts to straight grip stock. Also features a brass European-style trigger guard, ramrod pipes, and metal buttplate. All parts are unmarked and assumed to be of guild production. Item is without flint. 

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1 D, 8 h, 32 m, 47 s
Current Bid: $450
Required Bid: $475
Activity: 12 Bids
Estimate: $400 - $800
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