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Fine Firearms, Edged Weapons, & Militaria Auction

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Civil War Era Ulysses S. Grant Lithograph

Civil War Era Ulysses S. Grant Lithograph

Lot # 1 (Sale Order: 1 of 786)      

Civil War Era Ulysses S. Grant Lithograph, based on a Mathew Brady photograph, engraved and published by J.C. Buttre, 48 Franklin Street, New York, commissioned by Act of Congress 1865, with border designs showing images of Fort Donelson and the Siege of Vicksburg; top center showing American eagle, Stand of Arms and flags, flanked by images of Treason and Loyalty. Beautifully executed and an incredible likeness of the General. Image size is 14''x17''; framed 20''x23''. Condition is fine with light foxing and small areas of darkening. Small chip at top right corner of frame (detracts little). Est.: $500-$750....more

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3-Volume Set, ''The History of Montana''

3-Volume Set, ''The History of Montana''

Lot # 2 (Sale Order: 2 of 786)      

Three-Volume Set, entitled ''The History of Montana'', c. 1913, by Helen Fitzgerald Sanders, starting with Louis & Clark and finishing up just prior to WWI, with many black & white plates of famous Montanans. Condition is excellent, professionally re-bound in leather. All plates are in excellent condition. A seminal work in early Montana history. Est.: $500-$1,000/set....more

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Lot of 5 Corps of Engineers Buttons

Lot of 5 Corps of Engineers Buttons

Lot # 3 (Sale Order: 3 of 786)      

Lot of Five (5) Corps of Engineers Buttons, one marked ''Attleboro'', one marked ''Lewis & Tomes'', and one marked ''Potts'', some are two-piece convex. Conditions range from good to excellent. Est.: $300-$500/lot....more

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Lot of 28 Mid- to Late 19th C. Cartridges

Lot of 28 Mid- to Late 19th C. Cartridges

Lot # 4 (Sale Order: 4 of 786)      

Lot of Approx. Twenty-Eight (28) Mid- to Late 19th Century Metallic and Non-Metallic Cartridges, including .45-70, .50-70, .64 Hall, rounds for Model 1833 Carbine, .54 Mississippi rifle, .58 Gatling Short, U.S. Pistol Model 1842, .58 cal. Musket, .38 Extra-Long, 12mm Perrin, .46 Long, Spencer bottleneck, and various others. Along with various loose Spencer rounds. Condition to all is fine to excellent. Highly collectible. Est.: $1,200-$1,800/lot....more

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Lot of 4 U.S. Civil War Soldier's Items

Lot of 4 U.S. Civil War Soldier's Items

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Lot of Four (4) U.S. Civil War Soldier's Items: Two (2) cartridge pouches, cap pouch, and cross-draw Cavalry flap holster for Colt 1860 Army or 1861 New Navy. All are in very good condition. Est.: $800-$1,200/lot....more

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Beautiful Civil War Long Stem Pipe

Beautiful Civil War Long Stem Pipe

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Beautiful Civil War Winter Encampment Long Stem Pipe, made from hand carved mountain laurel with hollowed shrub twig stem held to a bone mouthpiece by a surplus oiler top. Top ring made from a silver inkwell, with figure of a long-bearded soldier wearing an 1858 style forager's cap. During the Civil War, and in all wars for that matter, there were considerable lulls in fighting, especially during winter months when soldiers would have time to work on a myriad of different types of crafts. Judging by the style and size of this pipe, it is reasonable to assume that the craftsman was probably a German immigrant from the New York or New England area. Pictured on page 58 of the monograph, entitled ''Union Infantryman 1861-65'' by Langellier and White. ''Condition is excellent showing light general patina from age. Hallmarked inkwell lid is missing. Beautifully mounted in a dark stained wood and Plexiglas case. Est.: $1,800-$2,400....more

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Lot of 5 Corps of Engineers Buttons

Lot of 5 Corps of Engineers Buttons

Lot # 7 (Sale Order: 7 of 786)      

Lot of Five (5) Corps of Engineers Two-Piece Convex Buttons, some marked ''Scovill/Waterbury'' or ''Waterbury Button Co.''. (See pages 144-148 of the book ''Uniform Buttons of the United States, 1776-1865'', by Tice.) Condition to all is good to very good condition with stand-up shanks intact. Est.: $600-$800/lot....more

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Batty ''Peace'' Flask

Batty ''Peace'' Flask

Lot # 8 (Sale Order: 8 of 786)      

Batty ''Peace'' Flask, dated 1854, with ''ADK'' inspector code. Flask measures 9-1/2'' long by 4'' at the widest point, beautifully embossed with Federal eagle, clasping hands, U.S. shield and Stand of Arms to both sides. Condition is excellent with nice even coffee-colored patina overall. All mechanical parts are in good working order. In use with the U.S. military from the 1840s-1860s. Est.: $750-$1,000....more

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Large Cap Tin, marked ''Hicks''

Large Cap Tin, marked ''Hicks''

Lot # 9 (Sale Order: 9 of 786)      

Large Cap Tin, marked ''Hicks Anti-Corrosive Percussion Caps, Manu'd by Amer. Flask & Cap, Waterbury, CT''; ''250 Count Waterproof No. 12''. Condition is excellent. Label with minor foxing, but 98% clear and legible. Solder joints are tight. Appears to be nearly full. Est.: $300-$500....more

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Colt Dragoon Flask, by Dixon & Sons

Colt Dragoon Flask, by Dixon & Sons

Lot # 10 (Sale Order: 10 of 786)      

Colt Dragoon Flask, by Dixon & Sons, Sheffield, with cannons, Stand of Arms, crossed rifles and pistols, all above a banner ''Colt's Patent'' to both sides. English flasks were supplied to Colt as early as 1851, this type being correct with all Hartford Dragoons. Similar flask is pictured on page 96 of Colt Accoutrements 1834-1911'', by Rapley, who calls this type out as ''F #34''. Condition is about fine with some replaced screws, minor separation at seams, and losses to varnish. Interior charger details are consistent of those on page 99 of the same publication. Est.: $3,000-$5,000....more

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Civil War Era Woodblock Packet

Civil War Era Woodblock Packet

Lot # 11 (Sale Order: 11 of 786)      

Civil War Era Woodblock Packet for Army Model, by American Powder Co., wrapped and sealed. Condition is excellent with minor discoloration and bleeding of label. Est.: $400-$600....more

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Late Civil War-Early Indian War Officer's Kepi

Late Civil War-Early Indian War Officer's Kepi

Lot # 12 (Sale Order: 12 of 786)      

Late Civil War to Early Indian War Period Officer's Kepi, with 8th Cavalry Troop D crossed sabers at front, two-panel construction, tarred brim, and early eagle buttons. Condition is very good showing some repairs to stitching and re-attachment of sweatband. Black interior lining with minor soiling; exterior with small nip at top right portion. Est.: $800-$1,200....more

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Civil War Era Colt Woodblock Packet

Civil War Era Colt Woodblock Packet

Lot # 13 (Sale Order: 13 of 786)      

Civil War Era Colt Woodblock Packet for Pocket Model, wrapped and sealed with wire pull intact. Condition is excellent with minor discoloration at bottom edge. Est.: $400-$600....more

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Impressive Triple Scale Model of Colt 1860 Army

Impressive Triple Scale Model of Colt 1860 Army

Lot # 14 (Sale Order: 14 of 786)      

Impressive Walnut Triple Scale Model of a Colt 1860 Army Revolver, made from American walnut, approx. 40'' long by 16'' high. Plaque reads ''Colt's .44 Caliber Army Revolver is one of the most attractive and perhaps the finest of all Colt black powder percussion handguns ever made. It was the major revolver in use by the U.S. troops during the Civil War. Carved by the late William R. Rands of Lake Havasu City, AZ''. In large professionally built display case. Condition is excellent. Est.: $1,200-$1,800....more

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Emerson & Silver Foot Officer's Sword

Emerson & Silver Foot Officer's Sword

Lot # 15 (Sale Order: 15 of 786)      

Civil War Era Foot Officer's Sword, by Emerson & Silver, Trenton, NJ, 32'' finely etched polished blade, with ''U.S.'' surmounted by foliate scrolls to left side of blade; right side similarly adorned but with Federal eagle holding E Pluribus Unum ribbon. Nicely cast gilt guard and cap, finely wound two-strand wire wrap over skateskin grip. In black iron scabbard with gilt throat, double rings, and separate attached drag. Condition is near excellent with light thinning to grip and minor wear and toning to gilt grip components, as well as some spotting to bottom portion. Blade is excellent with only very light carbon spotting near guard. Scabbard with moderate general darkening, with thinning and dulling to gilt at rings and drag. Throat remains bright. Leather washer is present. Est.: $750-$1,000....more

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Ames U.S. Pat. 1832 Gen. & Staff Officer's Sword

Ames U.S. Pat. 1832 Gen. & Staff Officer's Sword

Lot # 16 (Sale Order: 16 of 786)      

U.S. Pattern 1832 General & Staff Officer's Sword, in scabbard, by Ames, 31'' blade, 38'' overall, based on an English pattern. This sword remained a standard weapon for these officers until 1850 when regulations were changed and staff officers were required to wear the staff & field officer's saber. Technically it remained the regulation for the General Officers until 1872 and was the main sword worn by flag rank officers throughout the Civil War. Straight blade, double edged, with even taper to point; central fuller which terminates within 1'' of tip. Etched with floral sprays and a Federal eagle with a motto-bearing ribbon; additionally etched ''N.P. Ames, Cutler, Springfield'' to ricasso. Grips are found either with shell of silver over wood and incised to resemble wire wrapping, or as this example, wrapped with wire. Globular two-piece pommel with rounded knucklebow, which is flattened in the center and decorated in a beaded design. Straight quillions are decorated with eight-point star at each end. All metal parts of the hilt, except grip, are gilded brass. This scabbard is predominantly gilt brass as well, with small applied scroll bearing Ames inscription. Condition is fine with thinning to etched portions of blade. Wire wrap at grip may be non-factory. Scabbard shows minor dings and thinning to gold plate. Leather washer is intact. Est.: $1,800-$2,400....more

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Model 1840 U.S. Cavalry Saber

Model 1840 U.S. Cavalry Saber

Lot # 17 (Sale Order: 17 of 786)      

Model 1840 U.S. Cavalry Saber, with leather sword knot, 41'' overall with 36'' blade marked ''Ames Mfg'd Chicopee Mass'', and dated 1853; obverse marked ''U.S./A.D.K.'', making this sword correct for either Confederate or Northern use. Condition is very good with moderate carbon spotting to blade. Tight two-stand brass wrap over leather handle. Leather washer is present. Two-ring iron scabbard with one small ding 2/3s down. Sword knot is excellent. Est.: $1,000-$1,500....more

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U.S. Model 1850 Foot Officer's Sword

U.S. Model 1850 Foot Officer's Sword

Lot # 18 (Sale Order: 18 of 786)      

U.S. Model 1850 Foot Officer's Sword, mfg'd by H. Folsom & Co., St. Louis, Sword is attributed to Capt. John A. Parrott, with etched 32'' blade, 37-1/2'' overall, and wire wrapped skateskin grip. Sword is attributed to Capt. Parrott, who served in Co. B 34th Ill. Infantry. Parrott mustered into the service Oct. 30, 1862, and was killed in action May 14, 1864, during the battle of Resaca, which was part of the Atlanta Campaign during the American Civil War and was waged in Gordon and Whitfield Counties, Georgia, with Wm. T. Sherman leading the Union, and Gen. Joseph E. Johnston leading the Confederate forces. Combined casualties that day were 6100. Future President Benjamin Harrison was present that day as a Union General. Accompanying this sword are documents relating to Parrott and a photograph that appears to be him with the exact same sword. Condition is very good with light patination to brass parts, thinning to detail of blade etching, and loosening of wire wrap. Leather washer is missing. Est.: $5,000-$7,500....more

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Mansfield & Lamb Model 1860 Cavalry Saber

Mansfield & Lamb Model 1860 Cavalry Saber

Lot # 19 (Sale Order: 19 of 786)      

U.S. Model 1860 Cavalry Saber, in scabbard, by Mansfield & Lamb, 35'' blade, 41'' overall, with double wire wrapped leather-over-wood handle, with bronze guard. In twin-ring iron scabbard. Condition is excellent showing minor carbon spotting to blade, and small losses to leather wrap; wire is tight. Est.: $800-$1,200....more

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U.S. Model 1860 Cavalry Saber, in scabbard, by Millard

U.S. Model 1860 Cavalry Saber, in scabbard, by Millard

Lot # 20 (Sale Order: 20 of 786)      

U.S. Model 1860 Cavalry Saber, in scabbard, by Millard, 35'' blade, 41'' overall, with double wire wrapped leather-over-wood handle, with bronze guard. In twin-ring iron scabbard. Condition is excellent showing minor carbon spotting to blade, and small losses to leather wrap; wire is tight. Est.: $800-$1,200....more

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Late 18th C. Italian Pillow Sword

Late 18th C. Italian Pillow Sword

Lot # 21 (Sale Order: 21 of 786)      

Late 18th Century Italian Pillow Sword, 27-1/2'' lightly etched triangular blade, silver hilt with double asymmetrical shell guard and short horizontal re-curved quillions. Globular silver pommel (sometimes referred to as a Turk's head) with small finial tip. Twist wire-wrapped grip with relief carved brass bands on top and bottom. Condition is fine with light carbon spotting to blade and minor tarnishing to silver components. Est.: $1,200-$1,800....more

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Pair of Sm. Bronze European Cannons

Pair of Sm. Bronze European Cannons

Lot # 22 (Sale Order: 22 of 786)      

Pair of Small Bronze European Cannons, measuring 13-1/2'', 1-3/4'' bores, nicely marked with fleur d'lis designs, as well as rampant lions and crest, with Latin legend and a date of 1803. Condition is excellent with nice even green patina. Breech end with grotesque masks. Est.: $1,200-$1,800/pair. (Ernest A. Bryant III estate)...more

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Bronze Perc. Cannon, marked T.J. Cooper

Bronze Perc. Cannon, marked T.J. Cooper

Lot # 23 (Sale Order: 23 of 786)      

Bronze Percussion Cannon, marked ''T.J. Cooper'', 1-1/4'' bore, 13-3/4'' long, turned decorative bands, with remnants of old percussion nipple. Condition is very good to near fine with light even patina and some speckling. Lacking carriage. Est.: $500-$750. (Ernest A. Bryant III estate)...more

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1/4-Scale Model of Civil War Naval Cannon

1/4-Scale Model of Civil War Naval Cannon

Lot # 24 (Sale Order: 24 of 786)      

Quarter-Scale Model of Civil War Era Naval Cannon, 1-1/4'' bore, cannon overall length of 15-1/2'', on oak pedestal without wheels. Condition is very good with later coat of paint to iron tube and hardware. Base with some cracks and small losses. Touch hole is not drilled all the way thru. Est.: $400-$600. (Ernest A. Bryant III estate)...more

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Bronze Lyle Type C Life Saving Cannon on carriage

Bronze Lyle Type C Life Saving Cannon on carriage

Lot # 25 (Sale Order: 25 of 786)      

Bronze Lyle Type C Life Saving Cannon on carriage, Serial number 700, dating from 1905, with ''L.M.F.'' inspector's marking and ''R.I.W.'' manufacturer's marking at muzzle, 2-1/2'' bore, with reusable friction fuse assembly that utilizes .32 S&W cal. blank cartridges. Right trunnion marked ''U.S./L.S.S.'' (Life Saving Service). Cannon measures 25'' in length on iron strapped oak carriage approx. 30'' long and 10'' high, with four handles. Includes 20-1/2'' iron Breeches Buoy with eyelet for line attachment weighing 19 lbs. and dated 1904. Condition is fine with toning and paint loss to iron straps on carriage, and heavy patination to bronze cannon body. Est.: $5,000-$7,500....more

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