Joseph Ax / Golcher Marked Kentucky / Pennsylvania Double Set Trigger Percussion Long Gun, Brown 36” Single Shot Percussion Rifle, Mid 1800’s Antique

Sold For: $1,560.00 LSB#: 161128LV13 Make: The barrel is marked “J.AX”, which could be Joseph Ax, who is in Frank Seller’s American Gunsmiths, Page 22, from Ohio, who is recorded to have made Kentucky style rifles. The lock plate was made by Golcher. Model: Kentucky Long Rifle Serial Number: NSN Year of Manufacture: Mid 1800’s […]

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Savage Revolving Fire-Arms Co. Navy Model, Rare Blue & Case Colored 7 1/8” 6-Shot Civil War Era Revolver, MFD 1860’s Antique

Sold For: $1,430.00 LSB#: 161128LV50 Make: Savage Revolving Fire-Arms Co. Model: Navy Model Serial Number: 621 Year of Manufacture: 1860-1864 Caliber: .36 Caliber Ball Action Type: 6-Shot, Ring-Lever Cocked, Single Action Percussion Revolver Markings: The top of the frame strap is marked “SAVAGE R.F.A. CO. H.S. NORTH PATENTED JUNE 17, 1856 / JAN. 18, 1859, […]

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Hopkins & Allen / Merwin Hulbert Large Frame 1st Model, Nickel 7” SA Revolver, Horn Grips & Case MFD 1877-78 Antique

Sold For: $ 1,505.00 LSB#: 161118JG01 Make: The revolver was made by Hopkins & Allen for Merwin & Hulbert, who distributed the revolvers. Model: Large Frame 1st Model Single Action Revolver (per https://www.americanrifleman.org/articles/2015/7/20/a-look-back-at-merwin-hulbert-revolvers/: the features distinguishing the 1st and 2nd models are that the 2nd model had a shorter cylinder bolt and was made without […]

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Thomas Wilson 1859 Late Pattern, As used by Confederate Forces, Blue & Brown 33” Single Shot Breech Loaded Rifle, MFD 1865 Antique

Sold For: $2,905.00 LSB#: 161020LH35 Make: Thomas Wilson of Birmingham Model: 1859 Patent No. 1318, Late Pattern Serial Number: A1797 Year of Manufacture: 1865 Caliber: 28 Bore (.551 Caliber) Projectile in a combustible self contained cartridge with percussion ignition. Action Type: Single Shot, Breech Loaded Percussion Rifle Markings: The left of the barrel is marked […]

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Rare Spencer Arms Model 1886 Repeating Model, 1 of 10 Accepted by Army Ordnance Dept., 28 ¾” Pump Action Shotgun & Paperwork, MFD 1887 Antique

Sold For: $1,105.00 LSB#: 160912AA05 Make: Spencer Arms Co. Model: 1886 Repeating Shotgun Serial Number: 1876 (Per page 277 of “Spencer Repeating Firearms” by Marcot, this shotgun was one of ten accepted by the U.S. Army Ordnance Department at the end of 1887.) Year of Manufacture: 1887 Gauge: 12 Gauge with 2 5/8” Chambers for […]

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Spencer Arms Model 1886 Dual Trigger Repeating Model, 1 of 10 Accepted by Army Ordnance, Blue 24” Pump / Slide Action Shotgun, MFD 1887 Antique

Sold For: $1,015.00 LSB#: 160912AA03 Make: Spencer Arms Co. Model: 1886 Repeating Shotgun Serial Number: 1845 (Per page 277 of “Spencer Repeating Firearms” by Marcot, this shotgun was one of ten accepted by the U.S. Army Ordnance Department at the end of 1887.) Year of Manufacture: 1887 Gauge: 12 Gauge with 2 5/8” Chambers for […]

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Massachusetts Arms Maynard 1873 Deluxe Target Model & Extra .22 Barrel, Blue & Case 25 3/4 & 28″ Single Shot Rifle & Scope, MFD 1870’s Antique

LSB#: 161020JM08 Make: This rifle was made by the Massachusetts Arms Co. under the Maynard patent. Model: Model 1873 with Hadley’s Improved Patent Deluxe Target Rifle Configuration Serial Number: The lower tang is marked with serial number “1040” but has a date of “1865”, which does not correspond with the date of 1873 on the […]

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Original Henry Deringer of Philadelphia, C. Curry San Francisco Marked Silver & Browned 1 5/8” Single Shot Gold Rush Pistol MFD 1852-1863 Antique

LSB#: 161102MM01 Make: Henry Deringer of Philadelphia, sold through C. Curry of San Francisco, California. Model: Small Pocket Deringer, Rounded Trigger Guard & ‘Pineapple’-Style Finial Serial Number: NSN Year of Manufacture: The trigger guard finial design is indicative of work from 1850-1870 (Flayderman’s Guide to Antique American Firearms and Their Values, 9th Edition, by Norm […]

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London Armoury L.A. Co. Whitworth Match Model, Possible Confederate Sniper, Engraved 35” Single Shot Percussion Rifle, MFD 1862 Antique

Sold For: $3,630.00 LSB#: 161020LH09 Make: London Armoury Co. (L.A. Co.) Model: Whitworth Match Rifle (Based on the 1853 Enfield 3-Band Model) Serial Number: 144319 Year of Manufacture: 1862 Caliber: .451 Caliber Ball Action Type: Single Shot, Muzzle Loaded Percussion Match Rifle Markings: The top of the barrel is marked “281”, the left appears to […]

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Spencer 1865 Carbine, Stabler Cut-Off Model, Blue & Case Colored 20” Lever Action Tube Fed Rifle, MFD 1865-1866 Antique

Sold For: $3,036.00 LSB#: 161004RK34 Make: Spencer Repeating Rifle Company Model: 1865 Carbine Serial Number: 11465 Year of Manufacture: 1865 to 1866 Caliber: .52 Spencer Rimfire (.56-56 Rimfire) Action Type: Lever Operated Rotating Breechblock Repeating Rifle With Tubular Magazine Loaded Through The Buttstock Markings: The top of the receiver at the chamber is marked “SPENCER […]

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