.45 caliber, 5" barrel, S/N 35787 (ca. 1913). Re-Parkerized finish with checkered plastic grips. Typical U.S. markings with Rock Island Arsenal rework markings on right side of frame above triggerguard.
.38 caliber, 3.5" barrel, S/N 59185 (ca. 1877). Visible numbers matching. Nickel finish with Colt hard rubber grips. Top of barrel marked with two-line Colt Hartford address, left side of barrel marked with caliber.
.380 caliber, 3.75" barrel S/N 27524 (1916). Steel finish with checkered hard rubber Colt grips. Slide marked with two-line Colt address and patent dates. Frame marked with serial number. Rear of frame near slide and barrel marked with British proofs.
.44 caliber, 8" barrel, S/N 82563 (ca. 1862). Visible numbers matching. Blued finish with smooth one-piece walnut grip. Six-shot cylinder with naval scene. Barrel marked with one-line New York Colt address. Grip shows script "CPL" inspection stamp of Chester S. Leonard on left with script "JT" in box of John Taylor on right.
.36 caliber, 7.5" octagonal barrel, S/N 61197 (ca. 1856). Visible numbers matching. Nickel plating with replacement smooth one-piece walnut grip. Late third model configuration with iron triggerguard and back strap. Barrel marked with one-line New York Colt address. Frame marked with patent markings and "U.S." Butt shows "USN" stamp with serial number.
.44 Rimfire caliber, 28.5" barrel, S/N 21670. Blued and case hardened finish with carbine stock. Blade front sight with ladder rear sight. Blade front sight with rear ladder sight. Barrel marked with caliber. Upper tang marked with three-line Whitneyville Armory address and patent dates.
.69 caliber, 42" barrel, no S/N. Armory bright finish with full-length military stick secured by three barrel bands. Top of barrel shows "V/P/[eagle]" proof marks with tang showing "1853" production date. Beveled lockplate with American eagle and "U.S." forward of hammer, rear of hammer marked in three lines "SPRING/FIELD/1853." Counterpane shows "JS" in box cartouche of James Stillman. Includes one U.S. Model 1840 bayonet.
.38 caliber, 37" octagonal barrel, no S/N. Blued finish with full length stock witch carved cheekpiece and pinned barrel. Blade front sight with semi-buckhorn rear sight block. Brass fittings with elliptical patch box. To of barrel marked "EAGLE RIFLE WORKS." Replaced ramrod.
.45-70 caliber, 32.5" barrel, S/N 408300 (ca. 1888). Blued finish with military stock secured by two barrel bands. Blade front sight with Buffington pattern rear sight. Trapdoor marked "U.S./MODEL/1884." Flat lockplate with three-click tumbler.
.30-30 caliber, 20" barrel, S/N 552131 (ca. 1910). Blued finish with plain forend and grip. Blade front sight with added U-notch rear sight. Barrel marked with caliber and two-line Winchester address. Serial number forward of receiver, model markings on upper tang.
7.92x57mm caliber, 23.7" barrel, S/N RO767. Mixed numbers. Blued finish with laminate stock. Blade front sight with tangent rear sight. Receiver marked with Lubecker "237" code and 1940 production date. Barrel and receiver marked throughout with German proofs and "214" waffenampts. Stock marked with postwar marking.
.45-60 caliber, 21.25" octagonal barrel, S/N K669. Steel finish with tacked plain forend and grip. Blade front sight with elevator rear sight. Barrel marked with caliber and one line Whitneyville Armory address. Lower tang marked with serial number.
.44-40 caliber, 30" barrel, S/N 368848B (ca. 1891). Blade front sight with military-style 200-800-yard folding leaf sight. Full-length military stock secured by three barrel bands. Barrel marked with two-line Winchester address and patent dates. Third-model dust cover with caliber on bottom of brass elevator. Upper tang shows model markings with serial number on lower tang. No other markings visible.
.30-30 caliber, 19.5" barrel, S/N 1342. Steel finish with carbine stock secured by two barrel bands. Blade front sight with buckhorn rear sight. Barrel marked with two-line Marlin address and caliber. Serial number on lower tang with model on upper tang.
.44 caliber, 8" barrel, S/N 123679 (ca. 1863). Blued finish with replacement one-piece walnut grip. Top of barrel shows one-line Colt New York address. Typical colt markings with grips showing faint military cartouches. Cylinder appears to have been cut down.
.30-06 caliber, 24" barrel, S/N 1426736 (Ca. 1933). Blued finish with sanded type "C" stock. Bladed front sight with Model 1903 rear sight. Barrel shows no date or other markings. Receiver marked with model, Springfield markings, and serial number. Left side of stock appears to have faint "RA" (Raritan Arsenal) rebuild stamp.
.30 caliber, 26" barrel, S/N 444019. Re-parkerized finish with sanded military stock. Blade front sight with aperture rear sight. Barrel marked with Remington "R", flaming bomb, and "7-18" barrel date. Receiver marked with model designation, serial number, and Remington manufacture markings. Remnants of other proof throughout.
.45-70 caliber, 32.5" barrel, S/N 109499. Blued finish with full-length military stock secured by two barrel bands. Blade front sight with Model 1879 rear sight. Barrel marked with "V/P/[eagle]" over additional firing proof. Trapdoor marked "U.S./MODEL/1884." Flat lockplate with two-click hammer tumbler. Counterpane shows 1891 cartouche of Samuel Porter. Missing rod bayonet.
12 gauge, 30" barrel, S/N 1719797. Length of pull 14", drop at heel 1.75". 2.75" chamber, full choke. Blued finish with checkered forend and grip. Fitted with Simmons rail and spring-loaded recoil buttstock. Barrel marked with gauge, choke, and Winchester proof.
12 gauge, 27.5" barrel, S/N 80308. Length of pull 14.5", drop at heel 2.25", modified choke. Blued finish with checkered forend and grip. Receiver engraved throughout with floral scrolls. Fitted with recoil pad.
Both swords are engraved. First nickel-plated blade measures 31.5" in length with a .75" wide forte and a hilt measuring 5.25" in length. Second nickel-plated blade measures 30" in length with a 1" wide forte and a hilt measuring 5" in length.
Elizabeth II Period, 37" straight single-edged blade with fuller, engraved with battle honors and an "ER II" cypher. ricasso Wilkinson maker marked. Hilt has a nickel-plated steel full guard with brass decorative elements and a regimental cypher with queen's crown, lined in white buff leather with matching sword knot, grip wrapped in black shagreen leather and silver wire, nickel back strap and brass pommel cap. Complete with nickel steel scabbard with brass drag and hanger rings on Turk's head bands.
.44 caliber, 30.75" octagonal barrel, S/N 1774. Blade front sight with semi-buckhorn rear sight block. Top of barrel marked "LEE'S FIRE ARMS CO. MILWAKEE, WIS./PATd JULY 22d 1862." Frame marked with serial number.