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Circa 1850 pepper box revolver by Allen & Thurber. Approximate caliber .31, 3.4 inch barrel. Excellent clean metal surface with good markings. Fully Functional.


 

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Confederate North Carolina 1863 Fayetteville Rifle. Standard configuration with 33-inch barrel, brass furniture except iron nose cap. Bayonet lug on right side of barrel. 1863 dated lock and barrel. 'CSA' marked lock and butt plate.  

This rifle is all original and complete except Confederate replacement ramrod. Stock is excellent with a nice light color. Correct 'PB' inspectors initials on flat of stock opposite lock. Barrel has good markings including 1863 date and 'VP' over eagles head. Normal pitting around bolster but smooth from the rear sight to muzzle. Decent mechanics. Excellent example overall.


 

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Civil War Gallagher Percussion Carbine serial number 13739. 50 caliber, 22 1/4" round barrel. The Gallagher saw extensive Civil War use among Ohio, Tennessee, West Virginia and other cavalry units.

This is the standard model with iron patchbox and spare nipple.

Iron parts are mostly patina metal with spots of pin-prick pitting. Receiver and patchbox show the original case color pattern with vivid color in the protected areas around the hammer. Stock is sound and hand worn in the wrist area otherwise raised grain. Good markings. Excellent action. Bright bore.

 


 

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Confederate North Carolina 1864 Fayetteville Rifle. Standard configuration with 33-inch barrel, brass furniture and front sight serving as bayonet lug. 1864 dated lock and barrel. 'CSA' marked lock and butt plate. 

This rifle is all original and complete including the ramrod. Stock has been sanded and shows wear from ordinary use. Outline of cartouche is visible and in the correct spot. Barrel has good markings including 1864 date and 'VP' over eagles head. Normal pitting around bolster but smooth from the rear sight to muzzle. Decent mechanics. A fine example overall.


 

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Remarkable Confederate Rigdon-Ansley & Co. 12-Stop Revolver .36 caliber, 7.5" octagonal-to-round barrel, marked on the top flat 'CSA'.  Cylinder with 12 cylinder stops, All matching serial number 1792,  marked on the frame, backstrap and triggerguard, barrel, and the bottom of the wedge. Four small dots are stamped on the recoil shield at the bottom of the frame. A cryptic letter "W" is stamped on the front left side of the trigger guard.  On the bottom of the right grip in a scrolled parallelogram is a WH which stands for Captain Wescom Hudgins, Confederate Arms Inspector.  Walnut grips with brass backstrap and trigger guard. Simply stated it has all features expected in this type of revolver and is one of last produced with the small serial number die.

This revolver is in fabulous near mint condition. It is certainly safe to say that for condition it is one of finest known to collectors. It retains generous amounts of the untouched original blue finish. All edges are sharp and crisp. All of the original tools marks as factory finished are visible. Cylinder retains a good deal of the original blue finish with some plum bleeding through. Frame and loading lever have nice untouched mottled grey smoky case colors. Brass backstrap and trigger guard have a nice dark untouched patina. Grips are outstanding with most of the original varnished finish and very clear cartouche on the bottom of the grip.


 

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