Poulin's Online, Absentee & Phone Bid Auction 2023-03-28 Auction - 692 Price Results - Poulin Antiques & Auctions in ME
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CIVIL WAR 2ND MODEL MAYNARD BREECH LOADING: SADDLE RING CARBINE. Cal. 50. S# 8178. Standard configuration, Bbl. 20", 2 leaf folding rear sight, inspected on left side "AJN" with matching serial number 8178 which would make this guns production
1001: CIVIL WAR 2ND MODEL MAYNARD BREECH LOADINGEst. $800-$1,200
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CIVIL WAR GWYN & CAMPBELL PERCUSSION CARBINE.: Cal. 54. S# 4643. Standard configuration, 20" octagonal to round barrel, Lock has Gwyn & Campbell 4 line "1862" patent markings. Frame marked "UNION RIFLE" on right side, operated by lever that
1002: CIVIL WAR GWYN & CAMPBELL PERCUSSION CARBINE.Est. $1,200-$1,500
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CIVIL WAR MODEL 1864 JOSLYN BREECH LOADING: SADDLE RING CARBINE. Cal. 52 RF. S# 4667. Standard configuration, 22" barrel, 3 position adjustable rear sight, hinged pivoting breech, "JOSLYN ARMS CO / STONINGTON, CONN / 1864" marked on lock
1004: CIVIL WAR MODEL 1864 JOSLYN BREECH LOADINGEst. $700-$900
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LEECH & RIGDON FLOATING "CS" OFFICER'S SWORD.: 31.5" Unstopped fuller blade stamped "355" on ricasso, matching "355" stamped on hilt. Leech & Rigdon made two versions of the "floating CS". This pattern is found on pages 178-179 of Albaugh's 1963
1007: LEECH & RIGDON FLOATING "CS" OFFICER'S SWORD.Est. $5,000-$6,000
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"AS FOUND" CONFEDERATE DEWITT, COLUMBUS GA: "SNAKES IN GUARD" OFFICER SWORD. 36" Overall, 30" blade w/ unstopped fuller, brass hilt, unique Dewitt designed intertwined snakes in place of the US floral design, spiral carved wood grip missing
1008: "AS FOUND" CONFEDERATE DEWITT, COLUMBUS GAEst. $3,000-$4,000
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NASHVILLE PLOW WORKS CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SABER.: 35" Unstopped fuller blade, classic hilt with cast "NASHVILLE PLOW WORKS" in arc over "CSA" on bottom of stippled guard, brass mounted lap seam original Nashville scabbard. This exact sword is
1009: NASHVILLE PLOW WORKS CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SABER.Est. $3,000-$4,000
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"AS FOUND" CONFEDERATE D-GUARD BOWIE KNIFE: FROM TEXAS. 20.5" Overall, 15.5" spearpoint blade, full tang with wood slab grips secured by cut square nails. This knife has wonderful character. It was made for one purpose that so many young
1010: "AS FOUND" CONFEDERATE D-GUARD BOWIE KNIFEEst. $2,000-$3,000
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19TH CENTURY COMPOSITE CUTLASS WITH TAG STATING: CAPTURED FROM CONFEDERATE IN NORTH CAROLINA. 20" Pattern 1832 short artillery triple fullered Solingen blade. Mounted with branched brass hilt with plain quillon with brass backstrap and decorated
1011: 19TH CENTURY COMPOSITE CUTLASS WITH TAG STATINGEst. $2,000-$3,000
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RARE & MASSIVE CONFEDERATE SHORT SWORD.: 20.5" Overall, 15.5" single fullered blade which tapers to its widest point 2" near tip, .35" thick, solid brass feathered grip with flared flat "bowtie" type quillons. This exact hilt is also known
1012: RARE & MASSIVE CONFEDERATE SHORT SWORD.Est. $2,000-$3,000
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CONFEDERATE "DOG RIVER" CAVALRY SABER.: "Dog River" was a term coined by pioneer Confederate authority William Albaugh, he noted that every Confederate state had a Dog River and that an early soldier's letter stated that he had just picked
1015: CONFEDERATE "DOG RIVER" CAVALRY SABER.Est. $1,200-$1,800
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RARE LARGE FORMAT SALTED PAPER PHOTO: CIRCA 1859-1860 OF NEW YORK CITY MILITIAMEN. 18" x 9.5" Image size in larger frame from office of late Michael MacAfee, Curator of History, West Point Museum. Eight distinguished soldiers with 1855
1018: RARE LARGE FORMAT SALTED PAPER PHOTOEst. $600-$800
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LARGE EARLY ENGRAVED BRASS HILTED DAGGER.: 16.5" Overall, 11.5" long stiletto style blade with medial ridge, unusual engraved brass faced wood grip & crossguard, soldered sheet iron sheath. CONDITION: good to very good overall, blade has iron
1022: LARGE EARLY ENGRAVED BRASS HILTED DAGGER.Est. $500-$700
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18TH CENTURY GREEN STAINED HUNTING HANGER.: Consignor states Mid 18th Century to Revolutionary War era. Overall: 29 3/4". Fullered 24" blade. Brass crossguard & pommel w/ light decorative engraving. Green stained ivory handle. CONDITION: fair
1024: 18TH CENTURY GREEN STAINED HUNTING HANGER.Est. $500-$700
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CIVIL WAR ERA FOLDING BOWIE KNIFE.: 13.75" Overall open, 8.5" clip point blade made from file, iron bolster, pinned bone slab grips. CONDITION: fair to good overall, iron patina, quarter of one slab grip missing, other slab grip
1025: CIVIL WAR ERA FOLDING BOWIE KNIFE.Est. $200-$300
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