U.S. Martial Antique Handguns

U.S. Martial Antique Handguns, Including Civil War Pistols & Revolvers for Sale

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  • U.S. Model 1816 North Flintlock Pistol. .54 Caliber. Lock and barrel marking are clear. Gun shows use but is solid condition. Note: The ramrod is steel and is an old gunsmiths hand-made example and lends a charming touch to this old warhorse!

    U.S. Model 1816 North Flintlock Pistol (AH4504)

    $1,575.00

    U.S. Model 1816 North Flintlock Pistol. .54 Caliber. Lock and barrel marking are clear. Gun shows use but is solid condition. Note: The ramrod is steel and is an old gunsmiths hand-made example and lends a charming touch to...

  • U.S. Model 1819 Flintlock Pistol by Simeon North. Manufactured 1819 to 1823. .54 Caliber. Lock markings are sharp and clear. Stock cartouche is visible but worn. Action works perfectly. Stock is very good. No cracks or chips. Very good overall 1819 North!

    U.S. Model 1819 Flintlock Pistol (AH4503)

    $2,975.00

    U.S. Model 1819 Flintlock Pistol by Simeon North. Manufactured 1819 to 1823. .54 Caliber. Lock markings are sharp and clear. Stock cartouche is visible but worn. Action works perfectly. Stock is very good. No cracks or chips...

  • U.S. Model 1816 Flintlock Pistol by Simeon North. Gun shows light use. Stock is sharp with very good edges and a fine Inspector cartouche on the stock. Lock and barrel markings are sharp. Metal parts show normal use. Very good overall condition.

    U.S. Model 1816 Flintlock Pistol (AH4502)

    $2,250.00

    U.S. Model 1816 Flintlock Pistol by Simeon North. Gun shows light use. Stock is sharp with very good edges and a fine Inspector cartouche on the stock. Lock and barrel markings are sharp. Metal parts show normal use. Very...

  • U.S. Model 1836 Pistol Converted to Percussion. Dated 1838 by Waters. Excellent wood and metal. No pits. Faint cartouches in stock. Excellent markings in metal. Very fine condition overall.

    U.S. Model 1836 Pistol Converted to Percussion (AH4470)

    $1,695.00

    U.S. Model 1836 Pistol Converted to Percussion. Dated 1838 by Waters. Excellent wood and metal. No pits. Faint cartouches in stock. Excellent markings in metal. Very fine condition overall.

  • U.S. Model 1855 Maynard Tape Primed Pistol dated 1856. Bore has good rifling and light pits. Wood is very good with sharp edges. The Maynard feed is intact. The Eagle on the door is mostly visible. Rear sight blade is broken. Stock has a thin grain crack just in front of the lock. Brass parts have an even untouched mustard color patina. Very good example of an 1855 Model U.S. Percussion Pistol.

    U.S. Model 1855 Maynard Tape Primed Pistol dated 1856 (AH4469)

    $3,500.00

    U.S. Model 1855 Maynard Tape Primed Pistol dated 1856. Bore has good rifling and light pits. Wood is very good with sharp edges. The Maynard feed is intact. The Eagle on the door is mostly visible. Rear sight blade is broken...

  • Smith & Wesson Model 3 Schofield, 2nd Model U.S. Issue. ”U.S.” on butt. Grips have good cartouches, left side dated 1877. Excellent bore. Action works perfectly. Very good original blue. This fine U.S. Army Issue revolver has sharp clean metal with no pitting or abuse. Gun shows little or no evidence of firing. It has some patina from handling or holster wear but has very good original blue. There is a number “243” at the top of the backstrap. We do not know what this number means. Possibly a regimental issue or rack number? As Schofields go this is in the harder to find level of condition. Well cared for U.S. Schofield.

    Smith & Wesson Model 3 Schofield (AH4333)

    $8,500.00

    Smith & Wesson Model 3 Schofield, 2nd Model U.S. Issue. ”U.S.” on butt. Grips have good cartouches, left side dated 1877. Excellent bore. Action works perfectly. Very good original blue. This fine U.S. Army...

  • U.S. Model 1836 Flintlock Pistol by A. Waters, Millbury, Massachusetts dated 1837. Action works crisply and perfectly. Stock is very good plus. No cracks or chips and has an excellent cartouche. Metal parts have some very light pits. Actually, the gun has staining from long ago rusting that has minimal or no pitting but does have stains which are cleanable (removable) by a professional restorer. Fine 1836 Flintlock model.

    U.S. Model 1836 Flintlock Pistol (AH4332)

    $1,950.00

    U.S. Model 1836 Flintlock Pistol by A. Waters, Millbury, Massachusetts dated 1837. Action works crisply and perfectly. Stock is very good plus. No cracks or chips and has an excellent cartouche. Metal parts have some very...

  • Starr Arms Co. Model 1858 Double Action .44 Caliber Revolver. Union Army Issue. Bore is perfect. Action works perfectly. Gun has approximately 50% original blue. Grips are very good plus with excellent inspectors cartouches. Barrel and loading lever show pits near the muzzle. This revolver looks unfired as the nipples are perfect and cylinder face shows no evidence of firing. Bore is mint. This gun laid around in bad storage and got pitted.

    Starr Arms Co. Model 1858 Double Action .44 (AH4327)

    $2,150.00

    Starr Arms Co. Model 1858 Double Action .44 Caliber Revolver. Union Army Issue. Bore is perfect. Action works perfectly. Gun has approximately 50% original blue. Grips are very good plus with excellent inspectors cartouches...

  • U.S. model 1836 Flintlock pistol. U.S. Army issue. Manufactured by R. Johnson and dated 1842. Inspector’s cartouches on the stock is perfect. Stock edges are sharp, and markings are all sharp and clear. Gun shows handling use but no real issue use. Bore is bright. This is a very fine U.S. 1836 Flintlock!

    U.S. model 1836 Flintlock (AH4141)

    $2,475.00

    U.S. model 1836 Flintlock pistol. U.S. Army issue. Manufactured by R. Johnson and dated 1842. Inspector’s cartouches on the stock is perfect. Stock edges are sharp, and markings are all sharp and clear. Gun shows...

  • U.S. model 1816 North pistol converted to Percussion. This pistol has seen some real use in that the stock at the buttcap has a large chunk of wood broken off, but through extensive use, the wood has worn smooth in a way that use by handling gives it an appearance that gives the gun some real character.

    U.S. model 1816 North pistol converted to Percussion (AH4122)

    $1,075.00

    U.S. model 1816 North pistol converted to Percussion. This pistol has seen some real use in that the stock at the buttcap has a large chunk of wood broken off, but through extensive use, the wood has worn smooth in a way...

  • U.S. Model 1842 Percussion by I. N. Johnson. Barrel dated 1846. Lock dated 1855. Stock has no cartouche and never had one. Due to the wide spread between dated parts and no cartouche we venture to say that this is a very late pistol, probably assembled from unused parts. This is a very sharp 1842 with very fine stock and is in fine to very fine overall condition.

    U.S. model 1842 Percussion by I. N. Johnson (AH4112)

    $1,495.00

    U.S. model 1842 Percussion by I. N. Johnson. Barrel dated 1846. Lock dated 1855. Stock has no cartouche and never had one. Due to the wide spread between dated parts and no cartouche we venture to say that this is a very...

  • U.S. model 1826 Navy pistol by North, dated 1828. Conversion to percussion. Lock marked U.S./S. North and 1828 on the tail of the lock. Belt hook mounted. Gun has correct barrel markings. Scarce Model U.S. Martial pistol.

    U.S. Model 1826 Navy pistol by North, dated 1828 (AH4053)

    $2,250.00

    U.S. model 1826 Navy pistol by North, dated 1828. Conversion to percussion. Lock marked U.S./S. North and 1828 on the tail of the lock. Belt hook mounted. Gun has correct barrel markings. Scarce Model U.S. Martial pistol...

  • Scarce Joslyn Army Model .44 caliber revolver. Manufactured in 1861-1862. Serial #135. This example has a brass trigger guard and checkered wood grips.

    Scarce Joslyn Army Model .44 (AH3770)

    $5,500.00

    Scarce Joslyn Army Model .44 caliber revolver. Manufactured in 1861-1862. Serial #135. This example has a brass trigger guard and checkered wood grips. (Does not have flat iron buttcaps.) There is no more manufacturers mark...

  • Starr Single Action Army .44 caliber. Approximately 93-94% blue. (Some wear on the grip straps) Excellent case colors. Good grip cartouches. Action works perfectly. Wear excellent bore. Beautiful Starr Civil War Single Action Army.

    Starr Single Action Army .44 caliber (AH3763)

    $6,750.00

    Starr Single Action Army .44 caliber. Approximately 93-94% blue. (Some wear on the grip straps) Excellent case colors. Good grip cartouches. Action works perfectly. Wear excellent bore. Beautiful Starr Civil War Single...

  • U.S model 1819 Flintlock pistol by Simeon North. Lock dated 1821. Stock is very good and has a good inspectors Cartouche. Action works perfectly. Very good 1819 North.

    U.S model 1819 Flintlock pistol (AH3743)

    $2,450.00

    U.S model 1819 Flintlock pistol by Simeon North. Lock dated 1821. Stock is very good and has a good inspectors Cartouche. Action works perfectly. Very good 1819 North.

  • U.S. Model 1816 Flintlock pistol. Manufactured by S. North. Action works perfectly. Stock is very good and has an excellent inspector’s cartouche. All markings are sharp and clear. This is a very nice 1816 Model, and certainly above the norm.

    U.S. Model 1816 Flintlock pistol (AH3597)

    $2,750.00

    U.S. Model 1816 Flintlock pistol. Manufactured by S. North. Action works perfectly. Stock is very good and has an excellent inspector’s cartouche. All markings are sharp and clear. This is a very nice 1816 Model, and...

  • Starr Model 1863 .44 caliber revolver. Single action revolver, about 32,000 were made 1863-1865. 8” long barrel.

    Starr Model 1863 .44 caliber (AH3587)

    $1,595.00

    Starr Model 1863 .44 caliber revolver. Single action revolver, about 32,000 were made 1863-1865. 8” long barrel. The bore has strong rifling with frosting. The finish is a brown patina. Grips are good showing some wear...

  • U.S. Model 1842 Percussion Box Lock Navy pistol. Approximately 2000 made. Action works perfectly. Tail of lock is marked “U.S.N. 1845”.

    U.S. Model 1842 Percussion Box Lock Navy pistol (AH3564)

    $1,450.00

    U.S. Model 1842 Percussion Box Lock Navy pistol. Approximately 2000 made. Action works perfectly. Tail of lock is marked “U.S.N. 1845”. There is a wood repair on the right side just behind the hammer. Stock...

  • Freeman Civil War .44 (AH3541)

    Freeman Civil War .44 (AH3541)

    $5,750.00

    Freeman Civil War .44 caliber percussion revolver. Bore is perfect as is the action. Gun has approximately 90-93% original blue with some patina showing on the cylinder and straps. Approximately 2000 made.

  • Starr .44 (AH3539)

    Starr .44 (AH3539)

    $5,450.00

    Starr .44 caliber Civil War single action percussion revolver. Bore is excellent. Gun has 95% original blue. Grips are very good plus and Inspectors cartouche is light but visible. Very fine Starr single action.