U.S. 1861 Special contract rifle musket by Lamson, Goodnow & Yale Co. Musket is in overall fair condition with surface oxidation and areas of pitting noted on the metal. Wood is good with wear visible. Action functions correctly, comes with bayonet
U.S. Military Antique Long Guns
Civil War era 5th Model Burnside carbine .54 caliber with a 21" length barrel. Metal is a smooth grey patina. Wood is good with cartouche visible. Action functions correctly, bore is good with some frosting in the grooves.
U.S. Springfield model 1873 trapdoor rifle chambered in .45-70, serial number is 271312. Metal is a dark brown patina with surface oxidation visible. Bore is bright and shiny with strong rifling. Wood shows usage and handling wear, cartouche is stamped 1884. Action functions correctly.
U.S. Model 1861 contract rifle musket by Norwich Arms Co. Metal is a very light grey patina the smooth oxidation present on the surface. Wood is fair with visible cartouche. Action functions mechanically correct.
U.S. Harpers Ferry model 1816 .69 caliber musket converted to percussion via Belgian style. Metal is a dark grey patina with surface oxidation visible. Wood is good with handling marks present. Crack is noted at the side plate top screw. Lock plate is dated 1835. Action functions correctly, ram rod is missing,
U.S. 5th Model Burnside carbine chambered .54 caliber. Serial number is 17218. Barrel is 21" in length. Metal has a dark patina with surface oxidation throughout. Bore shows areas of frosting in the grooves. Stock shows usage and handling wear with cartouche visible. Action functions correctly.
U.S. Springfield model 1879 trapdoor chambered in .45-70. Serial number is 218572. Barrel is 32 5/8". Metal has a scattered light grey patina with surface oxidation. Bore is good with frosting visible in the grooves. Stock shows usage and handling wear with faint cartouches visible. The initials "WD" are carved into the wood on the right side. Action mechanically functions correctly....
U.S. Springfield model 1873 trapdoor rifle chambered in .45-70. Serial number is unreadable. Metal has a light grey patina. Bore is has strong rifling with pitting in the grooves. Stock has been refinished with faint cartouche visible.
U.S. Model 1808 unknown maker contract musket .69 caliber in overall fair condition. Metal has a dark grey patina with surface oxidation. Stock is good with dings and gouges present. Lock has no marking visible, action functions correctly. These muskets were pressed into services during the War of 1812
U.S. model 1861 rifled musket by J.T. Hodge and A.M. Burton at the Trenton Locomotive and Machine. Metal has a smooth brown patina. Lock is dated 1864 and barrel is marked 1863 with N.J. as well. Wood has been lightly sanded at some point. Overall a nice example of a Civil War rifled musket.
Early U.S. Springfield 1795 Type I flintlock musket. Metal is a dark patina with surface oxidation throughout the surface. Lock is an early style and dated 1804 as is the butt-plate. Stock is good with handling marks noted. Barrel is proofed marked with a faint "US" . What makes this Type I unique is the Charleville stock!
U.S. Springfield model 1884 trapdoor rifle that has been made into a carbine with a 22" barrel. Metal has a light grey patina with scattered oxidation on the surface. Bore is bright and shiny with strong rifling. Stock has been lightly sanded. Overall carbine is in good condition.
Commonly called the Zouave rifle Remington Model 1863 .58 caliber with 33" barrel in near excellent condition! Lock has beautiful case colors. Barrel has 98% original blue. Stock has two handsome cartouches visible. It doesn't get better than this.
U.S. Springfield Model 1866 2nd Allin conversion trapdoor rifle chambered in .50-70. Rifle is in overall good condition, metal is a light grey patina with pin-prick oxidation on the surface. Stock is good with faint ESA cartouche visible. Bore is good with some frosting present in the grooves. An affordable Model 1866
U.S. Model 1861 rifle musket by Welch, Brown & Co. Metal has a dark brown patina. Stock has been lightly sanded with cartouche is faintly visible. Action functions correctly, nipple has been damaged. Lock plate is marked "U S" over "Norfolk" with an 1863 date.
South Carolina marked Model 1816 E. Whitney musket that has been converted to percussion. Lock plate is marked "SC" over "E.WHITNEY" with "New Haven" over "1834" behind the hammer. Metal has a dark grey patina. Stock shows wood loss at the barrel tang, otherwise in good overall condition. Side plate is also marked "So Carolina". Handsome cartouche is visible
U.S. Springfield model 1884 trapdoor rifle chambered in .45-70 in overall fair condition. Metal has a smooth light brown patina. Bore is good with frosting present in the grooves. Stock has been sanded down, no cracks. Trigger guard is loose. Comes with bayonet
L. Pomeroy Model 1808 .69 caliber flintlock musket. Musket is in overall good condition. Metal has a grey patina with mottled oxidation. Lock plate is marked "S.N.Y" only. Barrel is unique, being marked "S. CT 1812". Stock is good with handling wear. Two initials and dates are carved into the butt stock left side. Great example of a War of 1812 shoulder arm that saw services in to the late...
U.S. Springfield model 1884 trapdoor rifle chambered in 45-70 in overall good condition. Original finish is starting to turn. Traces of case coloring are still present on the breech block. Bore is bright and shiny with strong rifling noted.
This is a US model 1816 by Simeon North. The metal and wood have both been cleaned. Very Attractive gun!