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CASED COLT - 1849 POCKET
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Cased Colt. 1849 Pocket Revolver in a original, period mahogany case with working lock and correct key. 
Complete with .31cal two cavity bullet mold, flask, ELEY BROS cap tin (partially filled) and a handful
of balls with one bullet. Serial # 46xxx matches on all metal except the wedge.  Manufactured in 1852 
it is in remarkable condition for a Civil War gun. Mechanically gun functions perfectly. Cylinder shows 
serial # clearly but has very little scene remaining. 10% of silver remains on bras and, blue has been nicely 
touched-up or redone long ago. Grips show light wear with no chips or splinters. Felt lining in case has 
stains etc. Felt has been repaired in two areas. One is bullet compartment floor and one is under the barrel.
 # 1491                                                                                   $ 3,295
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    Cased 1849 Pocket Pistol. All original Colt Pocket pistol. Low all matching serial number #27431 including wedge & cylinder.
  Manufactured pre-Civil War in 1852 and still in presentable condition retains 60% cylinder scene, good markings and a fair 
  amount of silver. The gun functions perfectly. L/S grip is darker probably from sitting in open case. Housed in a basic 
  original dealer supplied wood case with hook and eyelet on front.  Original green velvet interior with  label shows wear. 
  Original finish on case numerous scuff marks. All original accessories are present. An original Colt in case at a reasonable price.
 # 1529                                                                                                       $ 2645
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   Case for Colt Root Pistol.  Original walnut case for Colts Root revolver with original velvet interior.  
   Includes  period brass "bowleg" .32 cal. mold, Eley Bros cap tin with original orange color label, 
   correct powder flask and period walnut handle screwdriver. Cases is missing the brass lock trim and catch.
   The top has a crack as usually found.  Still, a nice setup awaiting your Root revolver.

  # 1553                                                                                    mloke5bk                    Case with all accessories  $ 1,650
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CASED COLT - 1849 POCKET MODEL
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Smith saddle ring carbine
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   Remington New Model Army revolver. The serial number under the barrel is 74945 placing the date of manufacture 
  in late 1864 or early 1865. The gun is tight, functions perfectly and in fine overall condition making it a great candidate 
  for the quality re-blue it received. One of only 15,000 civilian models the original excellent grips are in excellent 
  condition with no inspection marks as is correct.
  # 1697                                                                                   $ 1,250 
REMINGTON - 1858, NEW MODEL ARMY 
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Case and accessories for a  
COLT ROOT 
   Sharps M1859 Carbine conversion
  Sharps New Model 1859 Carbine. Converted after the Civil War by the US Government. Conversion at the Springfield armory
 included a relined barrel to 50-70 with a 3 grove liner. Barrel retains much of its arsenal blue but markings are not visible.
 Serial # 63xxx matches on frame and under barrel placing this as a M1859. During rebuild at the arsenal the stock must have been   changed as was often done eliminating the patch box. for a sling swivel. A small pair of initials are visible on left side of stock but no   cartouche are visible.  A small area was removed at the bottom of the stock for what looks like a sling swivel.
 Action is tight with lots of color remaining. 

 CW # 1064                                                                   wraebr                                                                                 $ 1995
Original 1860 First Model HENRY rifle
   Original 1860 First Model Henry Rifle. Serial # 2330, all matching -frame, barrel, stock and both butt plate screws. Made in June 1863 and shipped to the US Government for the Civil War. No Government inspector markings as is correct for this serial number range. 
All complete and correct with early round butt plate. Correctly milled on both rear of barrel and receiver for the rear ladder sight. This rifle also has a milled dovetail forward of the ladder sight dove tail that was possibly used with the receiver dovetail to hold an early sharpshooters scope. Additionally their is a milled dovetail behind the front blade sight for a globe sight to be use with a tang sight. All these sight options point to use as a Sharpshooters rifle. Direct from the family it had resided with for several generations. The rifle has only been cleaned not redone and still retains its original brass patina. Original stock is free of cracks or defects showing expected scuff marks due to its history. An original unmolested Henry at a reasonable price. Call for photos and additional information.
​ CW 1153                                     hoeexle                                                            $ 23,950
Smith Saddle Ring Carbine, made 1861-65. A Fine example unmolested and showing little use. It still retains generous amounts of original blue. This example was made by American Machine Works, Springfield Mass and has all markings sharp and clear.  Issued to several Union cavalry units including  3rd W,Va, 7th Ill, 1st Conn, 7th & 17th Penn, 6th & 9th Ohio and 1st Mass.for use in the Civil War. Featuring a deep, clear, cartouche on left wrist and retaining its original saddle ring and bar. Right side wrist has owners initials CJ carved in the stock. A desirable gun.
  CW1129                                                                                                               rkeebs                                                                                               $ 1,850



Needham Conversion of M1861/63 rifle-musket to breechloader. Conversions performed post war on surplus Civil War rifle-muskets with most all being Bridesburg. The conversion to .58 centerfire  was done at Trenton NJ. 
 The converted rifles were used by the secret society, Irish Feniagns to invade Canada in an unsuccessful attempt to gain independence for Ireland. Stamped into the stock, just below the original inspectors cartouche on these rifles are the letters "IN" that many consider to indicate "Irish Nationals". This rifle also has an "O" stamped in that area the meaning of that is unknown. A fascinating rifle in very good condition deserving further study.
 CW1146                                                                                           ceebs                                                                                       $ 850