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Deluxe Engraved Civil War Colt Navy Revolver with Carved Ivory Grips

Deluxe Engraved Civil War Colt Navy Revolver with Carved Ivory Grips. Serial number 169624. .36 caliber. This gun made at the height of the Civil War in 1863 and has a rarely seen Patriotic double panel scene on either side of barrel housing which reads:
“UNITED WE STAND / DIVIDED WE FALL”.

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Rare Confederate Dance Dragoon Revolver. Highest Serial Number Known. Functional.

RARE CONFEDERATE DANCE DRAGOON REVOLVER HIGHEST SERIAL NUMBER KNOWN OF COMPLETE AND FUNCTIONAL REVOLVER FOUND IN COLUMBIA, TEXAS AT THE DANCE FACTORY LOCATION NEAR WAR’S END.

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Rare Identified Confederate Keen, Walker & Co Carbine Attributed to Richard S. Harris, 1st VA Reserves

Our Price: $18,500 No serial number. Caliber .52. This is an “as found” example of a rare Confederate carbine. The Keen, Walker & Co. carbine long known as the Confederate “Perry” or “Tilting Breech” carbine was the subject of much speculation as to where it was manufactured in early texts,…

Scarce First Type Martial Henry Model 1860 Rifle

Our Price: $32,500 Scarce First Model Martial Henry Model 1860 Rifle. Serial number 3063. Caliber .44 rim fire Henry. Standard Henry rifle with 24-1/4″ octagonal barrel, integral magazine tube and early 1st type German silver front sight blade with round top and 2nd type 900 yard Henry ladder rear…

Fine 2nd Model Lemat Grapeshot Revolver

Our Price: $26,500 Very Fine 2nd Model Lemat Grapeshot Revolver. Serial number 1318. This is a beautiful original example of the standard production Confederate contracted LeMat grape-shot revolver retaining much original finish. Standard production Paris guns, often called 2nd Models, feature some…

Fine Original Confederate Leech & Rigdon Revolver

Our Price: $19,500 Fine Original Confederate Leech & Rigdon Revolver. Serial number 597. Caliber 36. This revolver was made under contract from the Confederate States government in Greensboro, GA in 1863. It conforms to other Leech & Rigdon’s with 7-1/2″ round barrel with octagonal barrel housing,…

Civil War Navy POW Carved Powder Horn ID'd Paymaster George W. Simmons USS Clifton Sabine Pass Texas

Our Price: $ 3,500 Civil War Navy POW Carved Powder Horn ID'd Paymaster George W. Simmons USS Clifton Sabine Pass Texas. Near dawn, on the morning of September 8, 1863, a Union flotilla crept up river with the purpose of invading and occupying Texas. Prior to the Battle of Sabine Pass, there was…

About Rick Burton's Civil War

Full time dealer in authentic Civil War antiques and relics. Rick Burton age 53, is a full time dealer in authentic Civil War antiques and relics. He has combined a love of history and metal detecting, resulting in a passion for recovering and preserving artifacts from the conflict. Years of seeing and dealing in dug artifacts has helped him develop a keen eye for the metalurgy and appearance of authentic items of the period.

Currently Rick is a member of the following clubs and organizations:Rick and Tammy Burton at the November, 2014 Richmond Civil War Show
  • Company of Military Historians
  • Texas Gun Collectors Association
  • Ohio Valley Military Society - Life Member


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Franklin Civil War Show
4215 Long Lane
Franklin, TN 37064


 

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