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101

Belgian Flintlock Trade Musket

.58 caliber. 37" round barrel secured by three screw retained barrel bands. Bright finish, iron furniture, beech stock. Single shot muzzleloading flintlock trade musket. Unmarked with the exception of a post-1893 Liege proof house definitive black powder proof. Item features a back action flint lock, sling swivels on triggerguard bow and middle barrel band, and a thin iron flat button-head ramrod. These cheaply made and poorly fitted trade muskets were produced in the last part of the 19th and early part of the 20th century for sale and trade to some of the most remote parts of the world, where obtaining metallic cartridges was almost impossible and even percussion caps were hard to come by at best. In those regions, a flintlock musket was actually a practical firearm. An interesting anachronistic weapon from the turn of the 20th century.

Estimate: $200 - $400
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$270
01/12/2023

102

Halfstock Flintlock Rifle by J. Bishop

About .42 caliber. 34.5" octagonal length barrel. SN: NSN. Browned metal finish with brass and coin silver stock escutcheons. Curled maple stock has a checkered straight grip and plain forearm, with carved cheek rest to left side. Halfstock flintlock long rifle with notch and blade sights. Item features a brass patchbox with finial motif. Stock features several oval stock escutcheons and a brass grip plate to bottom of forearm. Markings include an engraved lock signed J. BISHOP/WARRANTED. Included is a wood ramrod with brass tip. Lock was pulled, there is light discoloration and corrosion near touch hole, but item does not appear to have been converted to percussion. 

J. Bishop was a lockmaker from Eastern Pennsylvania active sometime after 1775, according to Database of USA Gunmakers

Estimate: $600 - $1,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$1,020
01/12/2023

104

Flintlock U.S. Model 1816-Type Militia Musket with Tower Marked Lock

.69 caliber. 42.125" round barrel secured by three flat, spring-retained barrel bands. SN: NSN. Bright finish, iron furniture, walnut stock. Single shot muzzleloading flintlock smoothbore military style musket. Lock of British make in the style of the India Pattern Brown Bess (aka 3rd Model) and marked with a {Crown} under the rounded, fenced and bridled integral iron pan and TOWER in a vertical arc at the tail. Lock appears to be in original flint and the lock mortise was clearly cut for this specific lock. Breech marked with a P proof over the initials of an unknown inspector LH and with the letter M over the date 1821. Musket essentially conforms to the standard U.S. Model 1816 pattern, but with the English-made Brown Bess pattern lock and no "US" markings or similar marks indicating U.S. Ordnance Department acceptance. The gun was likely produced for state militia use by a vendor that acquired parts from various sources and then simply assembled the guns. Musket retains both sling swivels and a reproduction button head ramrod that is a couple of inches short of full length. An interesting, permanently attached sling is included with the gun. An interesting American militia musket from the first quarter of the 19th century.

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$840
01/12/2023

105

Single Barrel Halfstock Percussion Shotgun

16 gauge. 36" octagonal to round barrel. SN: NSN. Browned metal finish, lock possibly case hardened. Hardwood stock has a plain straight grip and forearm with single barrel band. Percussion shotgun with a blade front sight. Item has no markings except for a brass plate on left side that reads PAT'D JAN. 69./FEB. 66. 73

Estimate: $50 - $100
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$84
01/12/2023

106

Jezail Musket with Dutch East India Company Lock by Thomson

About .60 caliber. 41" barrel length. SN: NSN. Bright metal finish with thin brass barrel bands and stock fixtures. Full length walnut stock has a plain jezail-style grip with decorative brass panels. Flintlock jezail musket with notch and low profile blade sights. Item features a Dutch East India Company merchant marked lockplate and double sling swivels. Lockplate also marked THOMSON and 1806. Included with item is a leather sling. 

Estimate: $200 - $400
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$192
01/12/2023

107

British Pattern 1853 Enfield Rifle Musket

.577 caliber. 39" barrel secured by three rounded Palmer clamping bands. SN: NSN. Blued and color casehardened finish, brass furniture, walnut stock. Single shot muzzleloading percussion rifle musket. Lock marked 1862/TOWER forward of the hammer and with a {CROWN} at the tail without a "VR" underneath, as is appropriate for commercially produced and sold Enfield rifle muskets. Breech with Birmingham commercial view, definitive view and proof marks, as well as a pair of 25 gauge marks indicating .577 caliber. The maker's name JOSPEH SMITH is stamped in the toe line of the stock and a pair of weak JS/s marker marks are present behind the triggerguard along with a weak BSAT (Birmingham Small Arms Trade) mark. The rifle musket retains its ladder rear sight that is graduated to 900 yards and its combination front sight and angular bayonet lug. Both sling swivels and the ramrod are missing. A solid example of a commercially produced U.S. Model 1853 Enfield Rifle Musket that was imported in large quantities by both sides during the American Civil War. 

Estimate: $700 - $1,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$960
01/12/2023

108

Composite Musket with C.D. Schubarth Lock Dated 1863

.60 caliber. 36" barrel length. SN: NSN. Brown patina to iron and steel parts with brass fittings. Tiger-stripe pattern walnut stock with crescent buttplate and brass star embellishments to both sides of stock. Percussion musket with post front sight. Item features a round barrel with half-length stock and soldered ramrod loop. Lockplate dated 1863 with markings including {US Eagle} and U.S/C.D. SCHUBARTH/PROVIDENCE. Comes with a modern ramrod turned down to fit socket.

Estimate: $300 - $500
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$390
01/12/2023

109

Shortened Percussion Altered Virginia Manufactory Musket

.69 caliber. 33" barrel secured by two flat spring-retained barrel bands. SN: NSN. Bright finish, iron furniture, walnut stock. Single shot muzzleloading smoothbore flintlock musket altered to percussion and shortened. Lock marked VIRGINIA in block letters over Manufactory in script under the bolster and in two vertical lines at the tail RICHMOND/1818. No other visible markings are present except for a deeply struck V touch mark at the left breech. Altered to percussion with a supported brazed bolster with facets similar to the alterations performed by Thomas Adams of Richmond for the Confederacy. The musket's barrel was shortened to 33" during the period of use, but it is not clear if this was done for military service or for post war use as a fowler. The stock has been shortened as well, ending just beyond the middle barrel band. The hammer is a crude blacksmith style percussion hammer and not likely the original one used for the military alteration to percussion. The musket retains both sling swivels, but no ramrod is present.

Estimate: $700 - $1,000
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$900
01/12/2023

110

Attic Condition Colt U.S. Special Model 1861 Rifle Musket with Bayonet

.58 caliber. 40" round barrel secured by three rounded clamping barrel bands. SN: NSN. Bright finish with iron furniture and walnut stock. Single shot percussion military rifle musket. Lock marked in three lines forward of the hammer U.S./COLT'S PT FA MFG Co/HARTFORD, CT and dated 1863 at the tail. Breech with matching 1863 date and usual V/P/{Eagle Head} proof marks. Left barrel flat marked with an F.E.M. sub-inspection and stamped STEEL. Counterpane with a legible script JT (John Taylor) cartouche. Retains the original 1861 pattern rear sight, combination musket front sight and angular socket bayonet lug, both sling swivels and an original, full-length straight shank trumpet head ramrod. Reverse of butt stenciled in gold paint over black paint with the rack number E/15. Includes an original U.S. 1855 pattern socket bayonet.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$1,680
01/12/2023

111

Harpers Ferry Model 1828 (1816 Type III) Percussion Conversion Musket

.69 caliber. 42" round barrel secured with three flat spring-retained barrel bands. SN: NSN. Bright finish with iron furniture and a walnut stock. Single shot percussion altered muzzleloading smoothbore military musket. Lock marked with a small {Spread-Winged Eagle}/US forward of the hammer and in three vertical lines HARPERS/FERRY/1840 at the tail. The tang date and barrel proofs are obscured due to moderate pitting at the breech. The counterpane retains the Harpers Ferry block inspection marks AR/V and JAS, the marks of Adam Rhulman and John A Schaeffer, respectively. Musket retains both sling swivels and an original full-length button head ramrod with threads at the end. The musket is altered from flint to percussion by the standard US arsenal "cone in barrel" (aka "Belgian") conversion process. The US Arsenal at Harpers Ferry never undertook production of the US Model 1840 Flintlock musket and continued to produce the final variant of the US Model 1816, technically the Model 1828, until they started production of the US Model 1842 percussion musket. A neat example of a very late production Harpers Ferry 1816 musket that saw substantial use in percussion if the breech erosion is any indication of use.

Estimate: $500 - $800
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$600
01/12/2023

112

U.S. Model 1828 (1816 Type III) Percussion Altered Musket by Pomeroy

.69 caliber. 42" round barrel secured with three flat spring-retained barrel bands. SN: NSN. Bright finish with iron furniture and a walnut stock. Single shot percussion altered muzzleloading smoothbore military musket. Lock marked with a small {Spread-Winged Eagle}/L POMEROY forward of the hammer and in two vertical lines 1834/US at the tail. The tang date weak but appears to match and barrel proofs are obscured due to aggressive cleaning. The counterpane shows only the weak shadow of a cartouche. Musket retains both sling swivels and an original full-length button head ramrod with threads at the end. The musket is altered from flint to percussion by the standard US arsenal "cone in barrel" (aka "Belgian") conversion process. 

Estimate: $500 - $800
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$570
01/12/2023

113

Prussian Model 1809 Potsdam Musket Altered to Percussion

.72 caliber. 41.25" round barrel retained by three flat spring-retained bands. SN: NSN. Bright finish, brass furniture, iron buttplate, beech stock with recessed cheek rest. Single shot smooth bore percussion altered military musket. Lock marked with the remnants of the Prussian Crown over Nisse over the date 1843. Barrel dated 1843 as well with Prussian proof marks. Weak Prussian inspection marks in wood and a weak Prussian unit mark is present on the buttplate tang. Missing both sling swivels. Includes a crude "blacksmith made" button head iron ramrod that appears period and is slightly short of full length. The original spade shaped bayonet catch remains in place under the barrel. Thousands of these obsolete percussion altered Prussian muskets were imported during the early days of the American Civil War and primarily saw use in the Western Theater with troops from Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan and Indiana. As these cumbersome "pumpkin slingers" were replaced with more modern firearms, many were sent to Minnesota where they saw use subduing the Sioux uprising in 1862-1863.

Estimate: $400 - $600
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$570
01/12/2023

114

Percussion Altered U.S. Model 1822 (1816 Type II) Musket by Evans

.69 caliber. 42" round barrel secured by three flat, spring-retained bands. SN: NSN. Bright finish, iron furniture, walnut stock. Single shot muzzleloading smoothbore musket altered to percussion from flint. Lock marked in three lines under the bolster WL EVANS/{Eagle}/V FORGE and dated 1830 at the tail over the letters US. No tang date present. Breech with LS (Luther Sage) and US marks along with a {Sunken-P} proof. The weak outline of a cartouche is present on the counterpane. Musket altered to percussion via the "drum" or "French" method with a civilian style percussion hammer added at the time of alteration. Retains both sling swivels, ramrod is missing.

Estimate: $400 - $600
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$360
01/12/2023

115

U.S. Model 1861 Pattern Rifle Musket by Bridesburg

.58 caliber. 40" round barrel secured by three flat, spring-retained bands. SN: NSN. Bright finish, iron furniture, walnut stock. Single shot muzzleloading percussion military contract rifle musket. Lock marked in two lines: U.S./BRIDESBURG under the bolster with a {Spread-Winged Eagle} forward of the hammer and the date 1863 at the tail of the lock. Top of breech with matching 1863 date and left angled breech flat with usual V/P/{Eagle Head} proofs. Counterpane with weak and illegible script cartouche. Usual US mark on buttplate tang, and U marks on barrel bands. Retains the correct 1861 pattern rear sight, combination musket front sight and socket bayonet lug, both sling swivels and a full-length correct original swelled-shank tulip head ramrod with threads at the end. An Indian War era canteen sling is attached the gun for use as a musket sling.

Estimate: $600 - $900
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$1,020
01/12/2023

116

W.W. Welch "Norfolk" Contract U.S. Model 1861 Rifle Musket

.58 caliber. 40" round barrel secured by three flat spring-retained bands. SN: NSN. Bright finish, iron furniture, walnut stock. Single shot percussion muzzleloading rifle musket. Lock marked in two lines under the bolster U.S. / NORFOLK, with a {Spread-Winged Eagle} and dated 1863 horizontally at the tail. Top of breech with matching 1863 date, left angled flat with V/P{Eagle Head} proofs. Counterpane of stock with correct WW Welch/NORFOLK CT makers cartouche. Traces of an illegible U.S. inspection cartouche are present at the tail of the counterpane. US marked buttplate tang, U marks on barrel bands. Left breech flat with a small H sub-inspection mark. Rifle musket retains a correct 1861 pattern leaf rear sight, the combination musket front sight and angular bayonet lug, both sling swivels and an original swelled-shank tulip head ramrod that is full-length with threads at the end. Like so many of the contractors who entered the arms production field during the Civil War, Welch was only moderately successful in producing guns and in the end only delivered 18,360 rifle muskets between 1862 and 1865 with the bulk of the deliveries taking place in 1863. This is a solid example of one of the less common contractor produced US Model 1861 Rifle Muskets. Includes a wooden tompion.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$960
01/12/2023

117

Remington U.S. Model 1841 Percussion Rifle

.54 caliber. 33" round barrel secured by two flat brass spring-retained barrel bands. SN: NSN. Browned and color casehardened finish, brass furniture, walnut stock. Single shot muzzleloading percussion military rifle. Lock marked in three horizontal lines forward of the hammer: REMINGTON'S/HERKIMER/N.Y. Tail of lock marked in two vertical lines U.S./1852. Tang with matching 1852 date, breech with US/JH/P inspection marks and left barrel flat is stamped STEEL. Only the weak outline of one cartouche is visible on the counterpane. Rifle has been altered to accept a saber bayonet with a screw attached keyed lug added to the right side of the barrel, an alteration performed for the State of New Hampshire on 961 Model 1841 Rifles that were sold to New Hampshire by Massachusetts. This lug is now missing but the machining and screw holes are still visible and a Colt alteration type clamping bayonet lug has been added to the gun. This lug is not numbered as Colt lugs typically were to match the rifle they were added to. Rifle retains its original fixed rear sight, brass blade front sight, both sling swivels and an iron ramrod of the type associated with many altered Mississippi Rifle to better load them with elongated ball ammunition.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$1,440
01/12/2023

118

Fenian Brotherhood Needham Conversion of a U.S. Model 1861 Rifle Musket by Bridesburg.

.58 Centerfire. 37" round barrel secured by three flat, spring-retained barrel bands. SN: NSN. Bright finish, iron furniture, walnut stock. Single shot breechloading cartridge alteration of a muzzleloading percussion rifle musket. Remnants of original Alfred Jenks & Sons "Bridesburg" lock markings. A clear 1864 date is present at the tail of the lock. A block IN cartouche is on the counterpane and is believed to stand for "Irish Nation" and was theoretically applied to the 6,500 Jenks manufactured US Model 1861/63 percussion rifle muskets that were delivered to the Robert's Wing of the Fenian Brotherhood during the spring of 1866. (See Erin's Hope: The Fenian Needham Conversion Rifle by Kenneth L. Smith-Christmas). Many of these were later altered to the Needham system by the Fenians. A small block J.W.R. inspection is present on the counterpane as well. The rifle retains an 1858 pattern leaf rear sight, combination musket front sight and bayonet lug, both sling swivels but is missing the ramrod. Like many of the Fenian Needham conversion rifles, this one has a "V" shaped cut in the forend, under the middle band, to allow for disassembly into smaller packing crates.

The Fenian Brotherhood was one of the many mid-19th century Irish nationalist groups that can in many ways be considered the forerunners of modern Irish political and militant groups like Sinn Fein and the Irish Republican Army. The group originated in the United States among Irish fugitives from the 1848 uprising and along with groups like the Irish Republican Brotherhood vowed to arm themselves and overthrow British rule in Ireland by force. As the various groups vying for power within Irish nationalist circles splintered and found themselves at crossed purposes as to how to achieve their ultimate goals, the Fenians undertook to invade Canada with the the thought to hold the country hostage in exchange for Ireland's freedom. After an ill-fated initial attempt to invade Canada in June of 1866, most of the Fenian arms were confiscated by the US Government. When the guns were finally returned to the Fenian's many were in poor condition from improper storage. Eventually the majority of the arms, roughly 5,000, were altered to the Needham breechloading system for yet another ill-fated Canadian invasion in May of 1870, when the Fenians were repulsed at the Battle of Eccles Hill. Although another brief and unsuccessful incursion was made into Manitoba in 1871, the 1870 battle essentially spelled the death knell for the Fenian plans to invade Canada. An interesting example of a breechloading cartridge alteration of a Civil War period US rifle musket wrapped in the story of Irish Nationalism and another battle for freedom.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$1,080
01/12/2023

119

Smith & Wesson Model No. 2 Old Army

.32RF. 6" ribbed octagonal barrel. SN: 29011 (Mfg. ca.1865). Blued finish, color casehardened hammer, varnished rosewood two-piece grips. Single action tip up cartridge revolver. Standard Smith & Wesson address barrel mark and patent information on cylinder. The matching assembly number 7 is present on the lower rear web of the barrel, on the face of the cylinder and on the left grip frame under the grip. The right grip is correctly serial numbered to the the gun. Revolver retains the original front sight, the hinge screw and side plate screw are replaced, the hinge has a braze repair and the hammer spur is shortened.

Estimate: $400 - $600
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$480
01/12/2023

120

Colt Model 1849 Pocket Revolver in Contemporary Case

.31 caliber. 5" octagonal barrel length. SN: 188064. Bare metal with brass triggerguard and gripstraps. Walnut grip with two symmetrical cutaways to bottoms. Percussion revolver with hammer notch and post front sight. Item features a 6-shot cylinder roll marked with stagecoach scene and single line Colt New York barrel address. Serial numbers are matching and bottom strap has illegible script engravings. Included with item is wood case with burgundy felt interior, a bullet mold, powder flask, container with copper percussion caps, and key for case. 

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$1,080
01/12/2023

121

Cased Colt Model 1855 Sidehammer Pocket Root Revolver

.28 caliber. 3.5" octagonal barrel length. SN: 20369. Blued metal finish with case hardened hammer and trigger. Plain walnut . Percussion revolver with frame notch rear sight and post front sight. Item features 5-shot cylinder with roll marked cabin scene. Barrel is marked with two line Colt Hartford address. Included is a wood case with black felt lining, 19 round ball shots, and cleaning rod. 

Estimate: $800 - $1,200
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$960
01/12/2023

122

Whitney 2nd Model Navy Revolver

.36 caliber. 7.5" octagonal barrel length. SN: 23261. Blued metal finish with case hardened lever and brass triggerguard. Percussion revolver with pinch frame notch and a ground down front sight. Markings include E. WHITNEY/N. HAVEN to top of barrel. Left side of frame features Franklin C. Warner F.C.W. inspector marks, and grips show boxed F.C.W. cartouche to left side. Cylinder marks are very weak but present. 

Estimate: $400 - $600
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$1,020
01/12/2023

123

Lefaucheux Pattern Pinfire Revolver

7mm Pinfire. 3.1" barrel length. SN: 18. Nickel finish overall with straw-colored small parts and varnished walnut grips. Double-action folding-trigger loading-gate revolver with front blade sight. Patterned after Lefaucheux patents. Item is numbered 18 to trigger and cylinder, and shows no manufacturer markings. Comes with soft leather holster that shows some remaining flakes of black finish and a black lacquered brass fastener.

Estimate: $100 - $200
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$420
01/12/2023

124

Pair of Cased French Double Barrel Pinfire Pistols

1.) About .38 caliber. 4.5" octagonal barrel lengths. SN: NSN. Steel finish with grooved neo-classical style walnut grip. Tip up pinfire side by side pistol with 3" folding bayonet to top of barrel. Item features a lanyard ring to bottom of grip, and large checkering to frame.  

2.) About .38 caliber. 4.5" octagonal barrel lengths. SN: NSN. Bare finish with grooved neo-classical style walnut grip. Tip up pinfire side by side pistol. Item features a lanyard ring to bottom of grip, and large checkering to frame. 

Both items included in brown leather bound case with red felt interior. 

Estimate: $300 - $500
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$420
01/12/2023

125

Transitional Percussion Revolver by James Beattie

54-Bore (.442 caliber). 4.75" barrel. SN: NSN. Browned finish, checkered walnut grip. Single action "transitional style" percussion revolver with six-shot round cylinder and hinged frame. Top strap of revolver is engraved in two lines: No 3389 REGISTERED 16th NOVR. 1852/J. BEATTIE 205 REGENT STREET LONDON. Barrel and cylinder with London commercial proof marks, cylinder additionally marked with chamber numbers around the periphery at its front edge. The revolver combines features found on other revolvers of the period, including the long swept hammer spur that is similar to those found on the Webley "Long Spur" percussion revolvers and a hinged barrel that lifts up for the removal of the cylinder similar to the design of Springfield Arms, Warner & Wesson, Edwin Wesson and Wesson & Leavitt (later Massachusetts Arms Co) Revolvers. The revolver is decorated with some nice Arabesque scroll engraving on the frame panels behind the recoil shield and on the triggerguard. A cap box is located in the butt of the revolver and its cover is engraved en-suite. A smallest front sight is dovetailed into the top of the barrel near the muzzle and the muzzle is decorated with simple engraved patterns. James Beattie was a "Gun Maker & Percussion Cap Maker" who was originally located at 43 Upper Marylebone Street from 1832-1835. In 1836 he relocated to #52 on the same street where he remained until 1847 when he moved to 223 Regent Street. In 1847 he entered a partnership with Henry Beattie and in 1848 moved to 205 Regent Street where the firm remained until it went out of business. In 1864 the business was renamed James Beattie & Son and in 1881 it became James Beattie & Co. Beattie received British Patent #3389 on 16 November 1852 for improvements to revolving pistols, likely covering the spring-loaded protruding pin that secured the tip-up barrel in the locked position, aligned with the cylinder chambers. A nice example of a mid-1850s English revolver of a design about to be eclipsed by the work of Adams, Tranter and Colt.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$780
01/12/2023

126

Rare A. H. Waters Metal Frame Turn-Off Percussion Pistol

.32 caliber. 4.34" octagon to round twist-off barrel. SN: 60. Bright finish, two-piece smooth walnut grips. Single shot, twist-off smoothbore barrel percussion pistol. Left barrel flat marked weakly in three lines: A H WATERS/MILBURY, MASS/1849 and with the assembly number 8. Most of the top line of the marking is illegible. Matching assembly number 8 is found on the left side of the frame and the inside of the triggerguard is marked E8. The frame under the left grip is also assembly marked E8 and with the serial number 60. The right grip panel is stamped 60 on the interior as well. Side mounted percussion hammer is secured with a spanner nut and follows the form and shape of the hammers found on the enigmatic Waters "All Metal" single shot pistols as well as some of his percussion Model 1836/1842 transitional variant pistols. The overall form and design is similar to twist-off pistols made by contemporary American gunmakers like Allen, Marston and Blunt & Syms but is also somewhat distinctly Waters. Interestingly this variant is not listed in Flayderman's. A unique pistol from one of the major US military arms contractors during the first half of the 19th century.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$720
01/12/2023

127

Non-working Belgian Percussion Turn-Off Pistol

About .45 caliber. 4" barrel length. SN: 606. Gray to brown patina overall with one-piece walnut grips. Single-shot percussion turn-off pistol with no iron sights and a top-mounted hammer. Item features a folding trigger and top mounted hammer boxlock. Barrel is smoothbore with spanner cuts to muzzle. Belgian ELG proof mark to left lockplate with barrel showing an E stamp.

Estimate: $50 - $100
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$120
01/12/2023

128

Matchlock Indian Toradar

About .70 caliber. 47" barrel length. SN: NSN. Brown patina overall. Upward curved wood stock with bone inlays to top of stock in floral patterns. Single-shot matchlock gun with ring to forward end of lockplate and metal ramrod. Item features a flared muzzle, copper wire barrel bands, and a folding cover for touch hole. Light fish scale scrollwork to breech end of barrel.

Estimate: $200 - $300
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$240
01/12/2023

129

Nepalese Snider Carbine

.62 caliber. 25.5" barrel length. SN: NSN. Metal pieces left in the white with a single barrel band and a flat-wrist halfstock with Nepalese marked lockplate. Single-shot breechloading smoothbore firearm with SNIDER/UK{Arrow}/PATENT marked breechblock with no firing pin and flat-face hammer. Item displays Nepalese markings to all other parts with a barrel rib running beneath barrel featuring two loops for cleaning rod. Currently installed is a nonmatching modern 2-piece cleaning rod. 

Estimate: $300 - $500
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$300
01/12/2023

131

Spencer Model 1865 Carbine By Burnside Rifle Company

.50RF Government. 20" barrel with three groove rifling secured by a single barrel band. SN: 28390. Blued and color casehardened finish, iron furniture, smooth walnut stock and forend. Standard Burnside Rifle Company markings and Model/1865 on top of receiver. Two script cartouches at reverse wrist that are partially legible. Equipped with Stabler cut-off. Retains correct 1865 pattern folding ladder rear sight and original front sight. Sling bar cut off of mounting plate and no longer present. Retains correct magazine follower tube that is missing the spring and follower. 

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$1,560
01/12/2023

132

Remington Rolling Block New York State Contract Rifle

.50-70. 36" round barrel secured by three spring retained barrel bands. SN: NSN. Bright finish, color casehardened receiver and hammer, walnut stock and forend. Single shot breechloading metallic cartridge rifle. Standard three-line Remington address and patent information tang markings. Weak cartouches on reverse wrist. Equipped with the typical NY contract long spur hammer, long range military ladder rear sight, musket style combination front sight and socket bayonet lug and sling swivels on the upper barrel band and on the triggerguard bow. Missing buttplate.

Estimate: $200 - $400
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$480
01/12/2023

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