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Dead Real Texas Confederate's Inscribed Colt 3rd Model Dragoon.Important Lincoln Assassination CDV PhotoConfederate Kerr Sharpshooter's rifle among the rarest of all Confederate guns
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Sylvania, OH, United States
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Dave Taylor's Civil War Auction 17

Civil War and other antique Guns, swords, historical Curiosities, Civil War antiques, early photographs, Militaria, Currier and Ives, Pocket watches, Colt revolvers, Flintlock pistols and muskets, percussion muskets, carbines militaria, ephemera, knives, tintypes, ambrotypes, buckles, relics and more.
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1855 Harpers Ferry patch box rifle musket: One of the iconic longarms of the Civil War is this Patchbox '55 The model was made at Springfield and Harpers Ferry, with the Harpers Ferry, Virginia versions being many times rarer than their
0001: 1855 Harpers Ferry patch box rifle musketEst. $2,500-$3,500
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Civil War Cavalry Burnside carbine: Model 1864, 5th model Burnside. .54 caliber manufactured by the Burnside Rifle Co., in Providence, Rhode Island. Approximately 43,000 carbines of this model were produced. This last model featured
0005: Civil War Cavalry Burnside carbineEst. $1,000-$1,600
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Model 1860 Spencer 7 shot repeating rifle.: A very solid representative example of the very desirable Spencer repeating rifle. This one is very early production. Attic found condition. 100% original 100% complete mechanically perfect.
0007: Model 1860 Spencer 7 shot repeating rifle.Est. $2,500-$3,000
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Extra Nice 1853 Sharps Slant Breech Carbine: This is the desirable John Brown model 1853 slant-breech carbine , .52 caliber percussion. Sharp’s produced approximately 9,000 M1853 carbines during 1853-1854. The Model 1853 is and has always
0012: Extra Nice 1853 Sharps Slant Breech CarbineEst. $3,500-$4,500
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Metropolitan Navy revolver marked by Dimick: One of the rarest Civil War revolvers you will encounter. Only 100 of these Colt look-alikes were marked H.E. Dimick St. Louis. Dimick was an established gun dealer in the Gateway to the West. This
0013: Metropolitan Navy revolver marked by DimickEst. $3,000-$4,000
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Third Model Colt Dragoon all matched Martial: Top notch martially marked Colt 3rd model Dragoon revolver. 100% original, 100% complete, mechanically perfect. All serial numbers match including the wedge. Metal is overall steel Gray. There is a
0015: Third Model Colt Dragoon all matched MartialEst. $4,500-$6,500
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US Martial 1871 Remington Rolling Block pistol: Very good to fine condition with excellent walnut grip and forend, smooth plum barrel with thinning blue finish, and hints of case color on the frame. Markings include REMINGTON-S ILION, N.Y.
0018: US Martial 1871 Remington Rolling Block pistolEst. $1,200-$1,600
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1855 Springfield pistol carbine with stock: One of the most unusual US martial weapons in the collecting world. Roughly 4000 of these pistol carbines were manufactured by Springfield Arsenal in the mid 1850s. Despite the fact that six shot
0020: 1855 Springfield pistol carbine with stockEst. $2,500-$3,000
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Brass Barrel Flintlock blunderbuss: Iconic 18th century Old Fashioned blunderbuss. The things that the Pilgrims and Pirates carried. Fine condition with handsome brass barrel marked DUBLIN. The lock is signed by maker J. GRAY, this
0021: Brass Barrel Flintlock blunderbussEst. $2,000-$3,000
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US Model 1841 Mississippi rifle by E Whitney: These handsome brass bound percussion rifles are believed by many to be the most attractive US infantry rifles ever produced. Nearly 100,000 were produced in total. E. Whitney supplied 26,500 and
0022: US Model 1841 Mississippi rifle by E WhitneyEst. $1,500-$2,000
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1847 US Cavalry Musketoon: One of the rarer US martial longarms and in top shelf condition. These brass bound dragoon guns are seldom found this nice. 6703 were produced at Springfield between 1848 and 1854. This one has
0023: 1847 US Cavalry MusketoonEst. $2,500-$3,500
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World War 1 Bugle 1917: Outstanding attic condition regulation US Army contract bugle from World War One wwi ww1. Perfect undisturbed age patina. Full contractor markings by Millard. Dated 1917. Note the clip art photo
0024: World War 1 Bugle 1917Est. $100-$200
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