Civil War Rifles, Muskets, Carbines, Cannons
Civil War Gun Dealers and Appraiser of Rifles, Muskets, Carbines and Cannons, Union and Confederate. We buy, sell, authenticate and appraise Civil War Long Arms and we carry a large inventory of Civil War guns for sale.
We provide information, estimates of value and consignment services on Civil War Long Arms, single pieces and entire collections. Contact us if you need help in identifying or Authenticating your Antique Gun. We always look to buy Civil War Guns and no collection is too big or too small for our purchase consideration.
Our customers usually find that the articles they buy from us are actually better than they appear in our photo catalog. However in the case of these two Colt Revolving long-arms, the photos just don't come near to their actual beauty and condition. CLICK HERE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS AND ORDERING INFORMATION
PRICE - COLT REVOLVING RIFLE - $36,000.00. COLT REVOLVING SHOTGUN $38,000.00.
This is one of the finest condition 12-pound Mountain Howitzers ever offered for sale. Dated 1846 and manufactured by Cyrus Alger, it's tube has strong, bold and complete markings and its surface is in a wonderful olive green patina. CLICK HERE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS AND ORDERING INFORMATION
PRICE - $65,000.00 - SALE PENDING !
This is a very strong condition iron six-pounder cannon barrel made by the Fort Pitt Iron Foundry and dated 1836. The Fort Pitt Foundry was a nineteenth-century iron foundry in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, originally established at Fifth Avenue and Smithfield Street in 1804 by Joseph McClurg. CLICK HERE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS AND ORDERING INFORMATION
PRICE - $21,500.00
All remaining items in this catagory are Sold and have been retained on the following pages for reference and information purposes only.
PRICE - SOLD!!! - 4/18/11
For its type, this is a sound, solid condition Confederate Sharps Carbine. The barrel marking of "RICHMOND, VA," and serial range of this Confederate Carbine identifies this as one of the Sharp's carbines made by the Confederate government after it took over the Richmond factory of Samuel Robinson, who made the first 1900 of them. CLICK HERE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS AND INFORMATION
PRICE - $7,850.00
This is a really nice condition and early Civil War era Cartridge Box with its original canvas strap, probably issued to Militia early in the Civil War. It is 100% original, dirty and dusty as it came to us directly from a widow who had no idea who in her family originally owned it. CLICK HERE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS AND INFORMATION
PRICE - SOLD !
One of my all-time favorite Civil War Artifacts is the classic 6-pounder cannon of Bronze. Although most of us can never afford one, many of us are aware of the chill it gives us when visiting a museum or better yet, a battlefield site where they can be found on display. CLICK HERE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS AND INFORMATION
PRICE - SOLD !!!
This is a beautiful condition, 24-pound Coehorn Mortar made by Cyrus Alger. Identical to the Ames 24-pound Mortar, this example has a beautiful patina and strong, crisp markings with inspector marks. CLICK HERE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS AND INFORMATION
PRICE - SOLD !!!