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Remington and Winchester Cartridge Boxes, Lot of Seven
4/30/2014 - Firearms and Militaria: Live Salesroom Auction


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Some full boxes and some empty boxes. Good-to-very good.
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Cased <i>John Rigby & Co.</i> Double Rifle
Lot # 1013 - Cased John Rigby & Co. Double Rifle
.45 x 3.25" blackpowder caliber, 26" barrels, S/N 13856. Top of barrel marked John Rigby & Co Dublin & London. Banknote-style finely scroll-engraved frame, locks, hammers, triggerguard, under-lever, finials and top of buttplate. Sling swivels, checkered steel buttplate, safeti... > Item Details
Model 1847 Springfield Sappers and Miners Musketoon with Original Bayonet
Lot # 792 - Model 1847 Springfield Sappers and Miners Musketoon with Original Bayonet
.69 caliber smoothbore, 26" round barrel. Marked near the breech V P, and eagle; dated 1855 on the tang. Lockplate marked with eagle over US and Springfield 1847 in the rear of the lockplate. Bayonet lug on the outside of barrel band with locking lug at muzzle. Comes with proper brass-handled b... > Item Details
Four CDVs: Newton M. Curtis CMOH, John W. Davidson, Jeff C. Davis, James W. Denver
Lot # 74 - Four CDVs: Newton M. Curtis CMOH, John W. Davidson, Jeff C. Davis, James W. Denver
Lot of 4: Brady/Anthony CDV of Bvt. Maj. Gen. Newton M. Curtis, Col.142nd NY, ink signed beneath portrait. Wounded four times with two wartime brevets, Curtis was awarded the CMOH in 1893 for "being the first man at Ft. Fisher to pass through the stockade." Unmarked carte of ... > Item Details
<i>Mettlach</i> Schützenliesl Stein, Plus
Lot # 1009 - Mettlach Schützenliesl Stein, Plus
German, 1898. A Mettlach 1 liter stein with etched decoration of a Schützenliesl or barmaid holding up a pair of steins in front of a fence-mounted target, having a pair of target disks surmounted by spread-winged eagles flanking the handle while a winner's pokal decorates the top of the hi... > Item Details
CDV of BBG Philip P. Brown, Jr., Commander of 157th New York at Gettysburg
Lot # 391 - CDV of BBG Philip P. Brown, Jr., Commander of 157th New York at Gettysburg
Brown, Philip Perry, Jr. (1823-1881). Brown enlisted in Sept. 1862 as Colonel of the 157th NY Infy. He received his brevet BG in March 1865, and was promoted to Col. of the 7th Veteran Volunteers in July 1865. He mustered out in early 1866. The 157th's first battle was Chancellorsville, and its ... > Item Details
Model 1816 Type III Harpers Ferry Musket
Lot # 680 - Model 1816 Type III Harpers Ferry Musket
.69 caliber, 42" round barrel. Marked on top of barrel US Et in two lines.  Top of tang marked 1829. Marked Harpers Ferry and dated 1829.  AW marked on the hammer, AW on the frizzen spring, AW on the bottom of the brass pan. Walnut stock with three barrel bands.   > Item Details
Percussion Half-Stock Rifle by <i>M. S. Risley</i>
Lot # 819 - Percussion Half-Stock Rifle by M. S. Risley
.36 caliber, 33.375" octagonal-to-round barrel. Remington lock, walnut stock with brass buttplate and triggerguard, German silver Star of David on top of stock behind top tang, pewter fore end tip. Lollipop tang sight; globe front sight. > Item Details
Four CDVs, New York & New Jersey BBGs: George Sharpe, Frederick Von Egloffstein, William Sewell, CMOH, James Stewart
Lot # 428 - Four CDVs, New York & New Jersey BBGs: George Sharpe, Frederick Von Egloffstein, William Sewell, CMOH, James Stewart
Lot of 4: CDV of Bvt. Brig. Gen. William J. Sewell, with O.H. Willard, Philadelphia imprint, Col., 5th NJ Inf.; 38th NJ Inf.; awarded the CMOH for action at Chancellorsville, VA for assuming command of brigade, rallying troops, and fighting through several hours of desperate conflict,... > Item Details
Remington Model 1889 Side-by-Side Double-Barrel Hammer Shotgun
Lot # 1585 - Remington Model 1889 Side-by-Side Double-Barrel Hammer Shotgun
12 ga., 30" barrels choked IC/M, S/N 34018. Walnut checkered stocks. > Item Details
US Civil War Metalic Cartridge Lot
Four CDVs, New York & Connecticut BBGs: William Wainwright, Edward R. Warner, Frederick Winthrop, KIA, & George Washburn
Lot # 382 - Four CDVs, New York & Connecticut BBGs: William Wainwright, Edward R. Warner, Frederick Winthrop, KIA, & George Washburn
Lot of 4: Addis Gallery, Washington, D.C. CDV of Bvt. Brig. Gen. William Pratt Wainwright, Col., 76th New York. W. Kaluser, New York, NY CDV of Bvt. Brig. Gen. Edward Raynsford Warner, AAG, staff of Brig. Gen. Henry Hunt. N.A. & R.A. Moore small vignette view of Bvt. Brig. Gen. George A. Washbur... > Item Details
U.S. Model 1816 <i>Simeon North</i> Percussion Pistol
Lot # 698 - U.S. Model 1816 Simeon North Percussion Pistol
.54 caliber, 9" round barrel with P and US stamped near the breech. Iron mounted walnut stock. > Item Details
Four CDVs, New York BBGs: Edward Serrell, John Spofford, POW Gettysburg, James Strong, Nelson Sweitzer
Lot # 417 - Four CDVs, New York BBGs: Edward Serrell, John Spofford, POW Gettysburg, James Strong, Nelson Sweitzer
Lot of 4: CDV of Bvt. Brig. Gen. Edward W. Serrell, Col., 50th NY Engineers, received single brevet. G.J. Wood CDV of Bvt. Brig. Gen. John P. Spofford, Col., 97th NY Inf.; POW Gettysburg, PA 7/63 (confined at Macon, GA and Columbia, SC); escaped Libby Prison 2/64, but recaptured, paro... > Item Details
Three CDVs, New York BBGs: George H. Hitchcock, Joseph Howland, Adam E. King
Lot # 402 - Three CDVs, New York BBGs: George H. Hitchcock, Joseph Howland, Adam E. King
Lot of 3: Bvt. Brig. Gen. George H. Hitchcock, Lt. Col. 132nd New York Infantry, carte by Loeffler's, Staten Island. Bvt. Brig. Gen. Joseph Howland, Col. 16th New York Infantry, carte by R.W. Addis, Washington, ink signed on both sides. Bvt. Brig. Gen. Adam Eckfeldt King, Major & AA... > Item Details
Three CDVs, USCT BBGs: Henry C. Corbin, Alonzo G. Draper, Charles W. Drew
Lot # 313 - Three CDVs, USCT BBGs: Henry C. Corbin, Alonzo G. Draper, Charles W. Drew
Corbin, Henry Clark (1842-1909). Born in rural Monroe Township, Clermont County, OH, (near Batavia, the county seat), Corbin did not enlist immediately when the Civil War broke out. He was teaching and studying law, but by the second summer, he enlisted, becoming a "lifer." He volunteered ... > Item Details
US Indian Wars Seven-Button Officer's Frock Coat
Lot # 1236 - US Indian Wars Seven-Button Officer's Frock Coat
Navy blue wool pattern 1872 7 button double breasted frock coat with 3 button non-serviceable cuff and shoulder epaulets.  Gilt staff officer's buttons marked "Fine Gold Plate".  Each cuff has 3 bullion stripes.  Back of coat has center vent with 2 buttons at top and middle of vent.  Inside lining o... > Item Details
Civil War Double Breasted Frock Coat Worn by Lt. Col. Normand Smith, 13th NH
Lot # 22 - Civil War Double Breasted Frock Coat Worn by Lt. Col. Normand Smith, 13th NH
An exceptional navy blue wool seven-button double-breasted officer's frock coat having rolled black velvet collar with Smith's original pair of (detached) major's shoulder straps and red silk sash. Coat with serviceable cuffs.  Skirt is 19" to roug... > Item Details
Civil War Major of Artillery Officer's Frock Coat
Lot # 15 - Civil War Major of Artillery Officer's Frock Coat
Dark navy blue heavy wool seven-button double-breasted coat. Buttons are manufactured by Waterbury and Co. with an "A"on the inside of the shield of the eagle.  Non-serviceable cuffs with 9" elbows and 23" skirt to a rough edge.  Inside lining is a dark olive with ... > Item Details
Wooden Confederate Canteen
Lot # 754 - Wooden Confederate Canteen
7.25" diameter and 2.25" wide. Three iron straps attached to the body of the canteen complete with original leather strap. Canteen is encompassed by two iron straps. Canteen composed of 12 wooden staves. The year 1863 is scratched onto the body of the canteen. Initials LR on canteen as wel... > Item Details
CDV of BMG George N. Macy, 20th Massachusetts, WIA Gettysburg
Lot # 239 - CDV of BMG George N. Macy, 20th Massachusetts, WIA Gettysburg
Bvt. Maj. Gen. George Nelson Macy, Col. 20th Massachusetts, Provost Marshal General of the Army of the Potomac, WIA at least three times, July 3, 1863 at the Battle of Gettysburg, resulting in amputation of his left arm, May 6, 1864 at the Battle of the Wilderness, and Aug. 14 1864 at Deep Bottom Ru... > Item Details
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