Arms and Armor

Arms and Armor

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Cowan's December Arms & Armor auction features a wide variety of quality items to satisfy every collector including an eclectic selection of historic militaria, knives, swords, and firearms. Highlights from the auction include an A.H. Fox A Special Presentation Shotgun Named to W.H. Gough (Lot 161), a Model 1865 Spencer Carbine Attributed to Kit Carson (Lot 56), a Krieghoff K-80 Custom Super Crown Grade 4-Barrel Gold Target Model Skeet Shotgun Set (Lot 160), and a Factory Engraved Colt Single Action Army (Lot 64).

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An Exceptional French and Indian Wars Engraved Powder Horn

Lot # 1 (Sale Order: 1 of 192)      

A fine French and Indian Wars New York style map horn with elaborate engraved scenes.  At the top of the horn near the throat is a rare depiction of a rank of armed militia facing off against an equally impressive group of British grenadiers sporting mitre caps.  The center of the horn with engraved British Monarch Coat of Arms surrounded by complicated map system.  Map system includes at the top Lake Ontario and tributaries including the Hudson River valley with all major cities including Albany, Saratoga, Crown Point and Ticonderoga.  All major French and Indian, and later Revolutionary War forts are included in this beautifully engraved horn with the river system ending in New York with several Naval ships.  Next to New York is a naval designed compass.  This horn measures 14" through the curve and 3" in diameter.  Base is connected by wood pegs with a lanyard ring on the bottom.  4.5" throat with raised rings to spout.  A very fine horn that could easily have seen use in both the French and Indian War, and later Revolutionary War.

Condition: Very good condition overall retaining some of the polychrome color blending to a mustard patina on the horn proper.  Dark brown patina on the throat and base.  Engraving on this horn is very good and sharp.  There are three small worm holes towards base of horn, none of which affect lettering. The spout with a minor rim loss, and an old, worn flake on turning at throat.

EST $ 7000 - 10000...more

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Revolutionary War Powder Horn with Engraved Folk Styled Animal Scenes Identified to Jonathan Hunton

Lot # 2 (Sale Order: 2 of 192)      

Jonathan Hunton's Revolutionary War Powder Horn with Engraved Folk Styled Animal Scenes Identified to Jonathan Hunton of Milford, New Hampshire

Very elegant engraved powder horn with several folk style animal scenes and identified to Jonathan Hunton.  Engraved animals on this horn include several large North American game species such as deer, elk, bear, ducks and birds.  Several marine animals are also engraved with fine detail including fish, turtles and beavers.  Blending in with the game species are mystical animals with a mermaid with lions head and a half horse half marine animal.  In the center of the animal scenes is a soldier on horse back in attack posture.  Just under the identification is a lion.  The engraved identification states "Jonathan Hunton His" over "Horn Made At Milford" over "John".  The Horn measures 13.25" through the curve with the base measuring 3" in diameter.  The base is connected to the horn proper with wood pegs.  A long 4" throat to raised ring and spout.  

Johnathan Hunton enlisted on October 4, 1775, to Captain Joshua Abbott's Company with 41 other subscribers in the Colony of New Hampshire for $4.00 for full satisfaction.  This specific unit was under the command of the Fifth Company of Col. John Stark.  This unit was at several famous battles including Bunker Hill in 1775.  Jonathan Hunton was also involved with the Battle of Saratoga that ended with the capture of General John Burgoyne.

Condition: This horn is in very good condition having been cleaned in the past.  The horn proper still displays a yellowing mustard patina.  The throat and base with a darker brown patina.  The engraving and markings are in very good condition.  A great horn with good history.

EST $ 5000 - 8000...more

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18th Century Eagle Head Pommell Saber with Scabbard

Lot # 3 (Sale Order: 3 of 192)      

This saber, believed to be from the 18th century, has a 31.5" blade with a .75" ricasso on a 4.5" grip with a guard that is 3" across and 4.5" long. The scabbard measurs 33" long with a .5" tip and a .5" mouth. 

Condition: Item is in fair condition with slight pitting on the blade and some tarnish on blade and scabbard. Otherwise consistent with age and use.

EST $ 300 - 500...more

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Flintlock Pistol by Krider of Philadelphia

Lot # 4 (Sale Order: 4 of 192)      

.62 caliber, 9" octagonal barrel, no S/N.  Steel finish with checkered full stock.  Flat swan-neck cock with safety, bridled pan, and roller frizzen.  Lightly engraved pineapple triggerguard.  Wiid ramrod with steel tip.  Top of barrel marked "PHILADA" with lockplate marked "KRIDER".  

Condition: Very good.  Barrel and metal parts have a medium gunmetal patination with some old cleaned pitting visible.  Stock has some minor handling marks and blemishes with a minor stable split through front barrel pin.  Action is functional with bore showing a thin layer of dusty orange rust.  Could clean to better.

EST $ 600 - 900...more

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Dublin G Pepper Flintlock Pistol

Lot # 5 (Sale Order: 5 of 192)      

.48 caliber, 5.25" round barrel with extended nocksform and hooked breech, no S/N. Browned Damascus pattern barrel, blued steel mountings, checkered hardwood stock. Bolted flint lock with waterproof pan and roller frizzen. Captive swivel ramrod. Lock marked G. PEPPER, barrel marked G PEPPER DUBLIN and with the Irish Registration number TY 4729 pursuant to the Registration Act of 1843 requiring the firearms in Ireland be registered. The "TY" indicates registration in County Tyrone.

Condition: Very good. Barrel with traces of Damascus patterning, showing some wear to the engraving. Steel mounts a dusky blue-gray color with crisp engraving. Mechanically functional, good bore with some scattered pitting. Wood with some dings and mars.

EST $ 800 - 1200...more

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Signed German Flintlock Pistol Lock Marked J..S. Meckel A Suerin

Lot # 6 (Sale Order: 6 of 192)      

.64 cal, 12 3/4" barrel, raised carved walnut full stock, with gold-washed brass hardware, butt cap with embossed grosteque face.  Flint lock marked I. S. Meckel A Suerin."  For J. Samuel Meckel ( active 1725-1750) of Mecklenburg. Top of barrel with German silver inlaid seated figure of Athena, German silver beaded foresight.

Condition: Mechanically sound.  Gold wash on furniture present in trace amounts Grey barrel with scattered oxidized surface roughnes. Crack in stock below lock mortise.

EST $ 400 - 600...more

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A Pair of Percussion Altered Pistols by Johann Christoph Kuchenreiter

Lot # 7 (Sale Order: 7 of 192)      

.48 caliber, 10.3125" octagonal barrels, no S/N. Blued barrels, color case hardened locks, German silver mounts, European hardwood stock with checkered grips. Barrels marked in silver inlay: I Christoph Kuchenreiter with additional silver inlaid decorations. Locks marked G. Knoth in script. Pistols retain their original hook breech barrels but have been altered to percussion, likely by Knoth during the 19th century. Single-set adjustable triggers, folding leaf rear sights. German silver mounts engraved with foliate and geometric designs, butt caps with embossed decorations. Pistols with horn tipped wood ramrods. Johann Christoph Kuchenreiter worked during the late 18th and early 19th century in Regnesburg, Bavaria.

Condition: Very good. Barrels with a dark and oxidized patina, showing traces of blue in protected areas. Silver deeply tarnished. Markings remain legible, engraving crisp. Percussion locks mechanically functional, although the set-triggers need some adjustment and one does not "set". Bores good, smooth and moderately oxidized. Stocks with scattered wear, bumps and dings and a repair at the forend tip of one gun with some wood filler on the reverse.

EST $ 2000 - 3000...more

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Pair of Percussion Deringer Pistols

Lot # 8 (Sale Order: 8 of 192)      

.48 caliber, 3.6875" barrel, no S/N. Browned finish, color case hardened locks, German silver mountings, checkered bird's head grip stocks. Two-line DERINGER / PHILADEL marking on locks and tops of breeches. Breeches with gold bands and starburst-P proof marks. Lightly engraved German silver mounts, plain shield escutcheons at wrists, cap boxes in butts, wood ramrods. A lovely pair of larger Deringer pocket pistols that appear to be a true "pair."

Condition: Good to very good. Both pistols with applied brown on the barrels and some traces of color on the locks. Both mechanically functional, one with a broken hammer spur. Bores good with strong rifling and some scattered pitting. Ramrods replaced. Stocks with some scattered bumps, dings and mars.

EST $ 1500 - 2500...more

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A Pair of English Percussion Dueling Pistols

Lot # 9 (Sale Order: 9 of 192)      

.68 caliber (approx. 14 bore), 8" octagonal smoothbore barrels, no S/N.  Browned Damascus barrels with varnished and checkered full-stocks secured by pin.  Bead front sights with v-notch rear sights.  Silver plated entry pipes and pineapple-style triggerguards, the latter lightly engraved with scrolls.  Case-hardened lockplates with light scroll engravings and "HAMBURGER & Co.".  Top of barrels engraved "LONDON".  Swivel-retained button-end ramrods.

Condition: Barrels retain much of their attractive brown finish with some minor wear on sharp edges.  Come minor needle-point pitting on muzzle and primer.  Some remnants of case-hardening on lockplate.  Silver retains and attractive finish.  Stocks retain their original varnish with some scratches and dents but not serious cracks, splits, or other major damage.  Actions are fine with very good bores showing some minor oxidation.  An attractive pair.

EST $ 1000 - 2000...more

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A Pair of German Precussion Dueling Pistols

Lot # 10 (Sale Order: 10 of 192)      

.40 caliber, 9" octagonal barrel, no S/N.  Blued barrels with Germanic-style varnished walnut half stocks.  Adjustable front and rear sights with adjustable triggers.  Pin escutcheons, lockplates, hammers, and triggerguards engraved with broad scrolls.  Barrels marked in gold "J. MULLER IN FRANZENSBAD". 

Condition: Good overall.  Some minor wear to edges of barrels with some scattered oxidation to steel parts.  Stocks are in good condition with original varnish.  Both pistols are mechanically fine with good, mostly bright bores showing visible rifling.  

EST $ 1000 - 2000...more

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U.S. Model 1836 Waters Pistol Converted To Percussion

Lot # 11 (Sale Order: 11 of 192)      

.54 caliber, 8.5 round barrel, lockplate marked A. Waters, and dated 1843.  Converted from flint to percussion by Arsenal. Swivel ramrod, walnut stock.

Condition: Mechanically good,  Stock with some nicks and dings.  Barrel and lock are gray with staining blending in.  

EST $ 600 - 900...more

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Waters Contract U.S. Model 1836 Flintlock Pistol

Lot # 12 (Sale Order: 12 of 192)      

.54 caliber, 8.5" barrel, no S/N. Bright finish, walnut stock, swivel ramrod. Waters marked lock dated 1839 remains in original flint configuration. Clear US/JA/P barrel inspection and crips script EB and WAT cartocuhes on counterpane. The last of the US single shot flintlock martial pistols.

Condition: Good. Metal with a moderately oxidized salt & pepper appearance with some scattered pitting, particularly at the breech. Mechanically functional, moderately oxidized bore is about good with pitting. Stock crisp with an old crack behind the lock and a thumb sized areas of wood filler above the butt cap on the reverse.

EST $ 800 - 1200...more

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H. Aston Contract U.S. Model 1842 Percussion Pistol

Lot # 13 (Sale Order: 13 of 192)      

.54 caliber, 8.5" barrel, no S/N.  Bright finish with full stock secured by brass barrel band.  Blade front sight with integral swivel ramrod.  Brass sideplate, triggerguard, butt cap and back strap.  Brass parts marked with "H" and "M" sub-inspector markings.  Barrel marked with three line "US/WN/P" proofs.  Counterpane shows remnants of cartouches.  Lockplate marked forward of hammer "US/H. ASTON & CO", and rear of hammer "MIDDTN/CONN/1851".  Breech tang marked with remnants of "1850" date.

Condition: Good to very good.  Barrel has been cleaned, some markings weakened as a result.  Some scattered oxidation and rust frosting on barrel with lockplate showing some scattered oxidation.  Brass parts have a dull luster.  Stock is in fair condition with some evidence of sanding along with a stable 2" crack rear of lockplate.  Action fine with bore showing some scattered rust and minor pitting.

EST $ 600 - 800...more

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H. Aston Contract U.S. Model 1842 Percussion Pistol

Lot # 14 (Sale Order: 14 of 192)      

.54 caliber, 8.5" barrel, no S/N.  Bright finish with full stock secured by brass barrel band.  Blade front sight with integral swivel ramrod.  Brass sideplate, triggerguard, butt cap and back strap.  Counterpane marked with "NWP" and "WAP" script cartouches.  Small parts marked throughout with "P" inspector marks.  Barrel shows correct "J.H./P" proofs and "1847" date.  Lockplate marked forward of hammer in two lines "US/H. ASTON" and behind hammer in three lines "MIDDTN/CONN/1847".  

Condition: Good.  Barrel shows some evidence of cleaning including removed pitting.  Some rust, staining, and pitting around breech.  Lock and hammer show some oxidation with some cleaning wearing away markings rear of hammer.  Action is fine.  Wood is in good condition with minor handling blemishes.  Bore shows some darkening and old minor pitting.

EST $ 600 - 800...more

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Rare Pole Hammer Tomahawk

Lot # 15 (Sale Order: 15 of 192)      

Original 13.75" haft with pewter inlaid muscrat on one side and opposite side with pewter four-pointed star with five pewter dots below.  5" blade stamped Beai Cast Steel. 

Condition: Blade is well used with rough edges and heavily pitted. Wood haft is well worn with patination and 1" chip in the wood at the base. 

EST $ 3000 - 5000...more

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18th or 19th Century Rifleman's Knife

Lot # 16 (Sale Order: 16 of 192)      

10.5" long blade, 1.5" blade width.  15.75" overall length. Iron ferrule and spiral dark green horn grips. Original black leather scabbard with hand stitching and primative pressed tooled pattern rendered in the leather.  Belt stud is possibly the tip of a deer antler.

Condition: Knife's blade is heavily pitted and patinated. Wood grips with three worm holes, a 2.25" crack, and 1" chip in the wood at the base of the knife. Knife has no loose components and is in overall fair condition.

EST $ 2000 - 4000...more

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Militia Man's Leather Bell Crown Shako

Lot # 18 (Sale Order: 17 of 192)      

A bell crown shako, with eagle hatplate device, leather cockade and brass scale chinstrap.  Retains leather hatband, with paper labeol on interior #266 Soldier's Garrison Cap c. 1810.

Condition: Lacking plume, leather in good state of repair, with some surficial cracking and surface losses. Visor 

EST $ 400 - 600...more

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Half Stock Percussion Rifle by C. Flowers

Lot # 19 (Sale Order: 18 of 192)      

.38 caliber, 39" octagonal barrel, no S/N.  Steel finish with half stock secured by two pins.  Blade front sight with rear sight block.  Brass triggerguard and buttplate with carved cheek piece.  German silver pins escutcheons and stock inlay.  Barrel marked "C. Flowers".

Charles Flowers is listed as operating a shop in Harmony, Pennsylvania, dates unknown.   

Condition: Barrel has a gunmetal gray patination with some scattered oxidation and darkening to a light plumb towards breech.  Some pitting around priming cone present.  All German silver inlay is present with stock showing handling blemishes including a crack through the lockplate screw.  Action is non-functional with a mostly dark bore.

EST $ 700 - 900...more

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Half Stock Percussion Rifle by C. Flowers

Lot # 20 (Sale Order: 19 of 192)      

.38 caliber, 37.5" barrel, no S/N.  Blued barrel secured with two pins.  Blade front sight with folding aperture rear sight and rear sight block on barrel.  Brass ramrod pipes, entry pipes, triggerguard, and buttplate with raised cheek piece.  Joseph Golcher lockplate.  Barrel marked "C. Flowers" in script.

Charles Flowers is listed as operating a shop in Harmony, Pennsylvania, years unknown.

Condition: Barrel has a plumb patination with some scattered scratching and light pitting fro age.  Some orange rust around breech.  Stock shows blemishes and wear from age and use with some very minor splits.  5" old and stable repaired crack on right side of forend.

EST $ 700 - 900...more

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Fullstock Percussion Longrifle

Lot # 21 (Sale Order: 20 of 192)      

.36 caliber, 38.25" octagonal barrel, no S/N.  Steel finish with full stock secured by three pins.  Blade front sight with rear sight block.  Brass ramrod pipes, entry pipes, forend cap, triggerguard, and buttplate.  Round patchbox.  German silver pin escutcheons and stock inlay.  Barrel marked with partially legible script letters and "1865".  Goulcher lockplate.

Condition: Fair.  Barrel has mixed oxidation and pitting with moderate pitting around priming come.  All German silver inlay is intact.  Some repaired cracks around wrist including one from tang to lockplate screw on left side.  Action is non-functional.  Bore is dark with some visible rifling.

EST $ 500 - 700...more

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Full Stock Percussion Longrifle by Calderwood

Lot # 22 (Sale Order: 21 of 192)      

.44 caliber, 42" barrel, no S/N.  Blued finish with full stock secured by three pins.  Blade front sight with semi-buckhorn rear sight.  Brass end cap, three brass ramrod pipes, triggerguard, and pineapple patch box.  Percussion lockplate marked "WHITMORE & WOLFF/PITTSBURGH".  Top of barrel marked "CALDERWOOD".  

William Calderwood is listed as operating a shop on Germantown Road in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania from 1807-1819.

Condition: Good.  Barrel has a dark untouched patina with some pitting around lockplate and priming cone.  Stock shows some scattered blemishes and splits near barrel including some minor missing wood around front of lockplate.  Action is mostly functional though hammer has some play.  Bore is dark.

EST $ 600 - 800...more

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Published Full-Stock Percussion Longrifle by Samuel Baum

Lot # 24 (Sale Order: 22 of 192)      

.52 caliber, 41.5" octagonal barrel, no S/N.  Blued barrel secured to full stock with pins.  Blade front sight with rear sight block.  Brass nose cap, ramrod pipes, entry pipe, triggerguard, buttplate, toe plate, and spring-catch patchbox.  Top of barrel rear of sight block marked in thin elegant script "S.B." Lightly engraved Golcher lock.  German silver cheek piece and thumb piece escutcheons with additional German silver barrel pin escutcheons.

Samuel Baum operated a shop in New Berlin, Union County, Pennsylvania from 1789-1840.  This particular rifle is pictured as number 37 of Roy Chandler and James Whisker's Kentucky Rifle Patchboxes, Volume 2.  A volume of this work is included with the lot.

Condition: Good condition.  Barrel has a mixed dark and light gunmetal patination with some pitting around percussion cone. Stock is in good condition with some minor handling marks and blemishes. Action is not functional. Bore is somewhat dark with some old grime and dust along with visible rifling.  Would clean to better.

EST $ 2000 - 4000...more

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Fullstock Percussion Kentucky Rifle

Lot # 25 (Sale Order: 23 of 192)      

.48 caliber, 43" octagonal barrel, no S/N. Browned finish, full-length hardwood stock, brass mountings with four-piece patchbox. Percussion lock appears to be marked WARRANTED over URBANA O. Double set triggers, fixed buckhorn rear sight and Rocky Mountain front sight blade. Includes wood ramrod.

Condition: Good. Barrel with a moderately oxidized patina and some pitting. Needs mechanical attention, pitted bore is fair, stock with wear and burn out wood loss at bolster.

EST $ 500 - 700...more

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Half Stock Percussion Rfile

Lot # 26 (Sale Order: 24 of 192)      

.50 caliber, 35.5" octagonal barrel, lockplate marked A.W. Spies. Maple stock with grooved cheek piece on both sides of the stock.  Brass furniture, notched rear barrel sight, blade front sight. Single set trigger.

Condition: This rifle si sharp and crisp.  Excellent overall.  Bore is good. Percussion nipple has been replaced. 

EST $ 650 - 1000...more

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Early Relic Fowler

Lot # 27 (Sale Order: 25 of 192)      

.572 bore diameter, 47.5" round barrel, notched rear barrel sight. blade front sight.  Walnut stock.

Condition: Overall good condition,  Stock has a replaced piece of wood in the toe.  som aged cracks. barrel is brown with some light pitting.

EST $ 600 - 1000...more

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