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  • 1784 Ketland Flintlock Category PNG

    1784 Ketland and Co Flintlock

    A .60 caliber flintlock pistol, manufactured by Ketland & Co. circa 1784, showcases the craftsmanship of the late 18th century and its journey to Ireland. The 9.5-inch octagonal barrel features British proof marks on the side, a German Silver sight on top

  • 1858 Remington Army Confederate Revolver

    1858 Remington Army .44 Cal Revolver

    The Remington Army .44 caliber revolver, often referred to as the Model 1858, was a pivotal sidearm in the American Civil War. The revolver, marked with “CS,” denotes its use by the Confederate States Army, adding a layer of historical significance to this firearm.

  • Pistol 1858 Starr Arms Co 44mm

    1858 Starr Arms Co 44 cal Army Revolver

    Original 1858 Starr Arms Co .44 cal. The Starr 1858 Army Revolver, a .44 caliber marvel of its time, revolutionized firearm technology during the American Civil War. Manufactured by Starr Arms Company, approximately 21,000 of these revolvers were produced, with the majority finding their way into the hands of Union soldiers.

  • Revolver 1859 New Haven Volcanic No 1

    1859 New Haven Arms Co Volcanic No. 1

    The Volcanic No. 1 Pocket Pistol, crafted by the New Haven Arms Co. around 1859, is a testament to early firearm innovation. This particular example showcases a lever-action design with a 3 1/2 inch octagon barrel, housing an integral six-shot magazine.

  • 1859 Sharps Infantry Rifle Category

    1859 Sharps Infantry Rifle

    .54 Calibre rifle used in the initial stages of the US Civil War. Developed by Christian Sharps, this weapon boasted a unique breech-loading mechanism that enabled a higher rate of fire compared to traditional muzzle-loading rifles.

  • 1859 Spingfield Infantry Rifle

    1859 Springfield Infantry Rifle

    The 1859 Springfield Infantry Rifle, a cornerstone of the American Civil War, stands as a testament to the evolving technology of firearms in the mid-19th century. Produced at the famed Springfield Armory, this .58 caliber rifled musket represented a significant advancement in accuracy and range over the smoothbore muskets that preceded it.

  • 1860 Cavalry Officers Sword

    1860 Cavalry Officers Sword

    This Confederate sword is a relic of the American Civil War. The hilt is a testament to the era’s craftsmanship, featuring a brass guard intricately engraved with floral motifs. The grip, likely wrapped in leather or sharkskin, is designed for a firm yet comfortable hold, essential for the swift maneuvers of cavalry charges and duels.

  • 1860 Lemat Revolver Category PNG

    1860 LeMat And Girards Grapeshot Revolver

    The 1860 LeMat Grapeshot Revolver is a percussion cap firearm characterized by its unique two-barrel design. The revolver exhibits a well-worn patina finish, indicative of its age and use.

  • 1860 Army Spencer Civil War

    1860 Spencer Army Repeating Rifle

    This well maintained 1860 Spencer Army repeating rifle is a rare find for the serious collector of Civil War firearms. A technological marvel of its time, the Spencer’s rapid-fire lever-action and seven-round magazine gave Union soldiers a decisive advantage on the battlefield. 200,000 pieces made between 1860-1869. First cartridge rifle developed.

  • 1861 Civil War Union Officers Category PNG

    1861 Officers Cavalry Sword

    This 1861 Confederate officer’s sword is a historical artifact from the American Civil War (1861-1865). It bears the etching “CSA,” signifying its allegiance to the Confederate States of America, a symbol of the Southern states’ secession and fight for independence.

  • 1862 Civil War Union Officers Cavalry

    1862 Cavalry Officers Sword Union

    Beyond its functional and aesthetic qualities, this 1862 Union Cavalry Officers Sword serves as a tangible link to a pivotal moment in American history. The pommel, also of brass, balances the sword’s weight and adds a touch of elegance to the weapon.

  • 1863 Civil War Union Officers Cavalry Sabre 2

    1863 Officers Cavalry Sabre Union

    The Model 1860 sabre was a critical tool for Union cavalry officers, used in countless engagements during the Civil War. This weapon symbolizes the bravery and sacrifice of those who fought for the Union, making it a valuable artifact of American history.