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This is a very good antique condition Parker Brothers Quality T Grade, 12 Gauge top action hammer, ..
This is a very good antique condition Parker Brothers Quality T Grade, 12 Gauge top action hammer, side-by-side shotgun that was manufactured in 1885.  This particular Parker Shotgun has a well-documented history from the Parker factory and includes the Parker Gun Collectors Association research letter.     Charles Parker began as an industrial manufacturer of numerous durable goods, including hardware, lamps, spectacles, steam engines, presses, tooling and even railroad wheels in Meriden, Connecticut beginning in 1828, under the name Meriden Machine Company.&n..

$2,200.00
This is an antique very fine condition, near mint and probably unissued, Civil War Starr Arms Doubl..
This is an antique very fine condition, near mint and probably unissued, Civil War Starr Arms Double Action Model 1858 Army Revolver in .44 Caliber that is also all matching.  This revolver was manufactured in December 1862. The Starr revolver was designed by Ebanezer “Eban” Townsend Starr, son of Nathan Starr and the grandson of Nathan Starr, both of whom manufactured edged weapons for the U.S. Government and who designed firearms in the early 19th century out of Middletown, Connecticut.  Eban Starr was born on August 16, 1816, and apprenticed under his father, Nathan S..

$5,900.00
This is a scarce, fine condition and very desirable Colt New Service Revolver in .45 Colt caliber ..
This is a scarce, fine condition and very desirable Colt New Service Revolver in .45 Colt caliber that was manufactured in 1918 and shipped to Canada for issue to the Royal North-West Mounted Police, the predecessor to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.  The Colt New Service Revolver was first introduced in 1898 as stronger and larger Colt Model 1892 Revolver.  This revolver was Colt’s first design with swing-out, hand ejector cylinder capable of firing large calibers such as .44-40, .44 Russian, .44 Special, .45 Colt and .455 Webley.  The New Service would be produced in..

$3,200.00
This is a very nice Colt U.S. Army Model 1901 .38 Caliber Revolver that was manufactured in 1901.&n..
This is a very nice Colt U.S. Army Model 1901 .38 Caliber Revolver that was manufactured in 1901.  This particular Colt revolver comes an original Mills web belt and brown leather holster.  The original of the design was designated the Model 1892 Revolver and was a double-action, swing out cylinder, .38 Caliber Long Colt Revolver. The New Army/Navy was, in fact, the first issue double-action cartridge revolver issued to the U.S. Army and it officially replaced the Colt Model 1873 .45 Long Colt Single Action Army Revolver. The Colt New Army/Navy Model Revolver was primarily pro..

$2,945.00
This is a fine condition Civil War Starr Arms Double Action Model 1858 Army Revolver in .44 Caliber..
This is a fine condition Civil War Starr Arms Double Action Model 1858 Army Revolver in .44 Caliber that is also all matching.   The Starr revolver was designed by Ebanezer “Eban” Townsend Starr, son of Nathan Starr and the grandson of Nathan Starr, both of whom manufactured edged weapons for the U.S. Government and who designed firearms in the early 19th century out of Middletown, Connecticut.  Eban Starr was born on August 16, 1816, and apprenticed under his father, Nathan Starr, who was manufacturing flintlock firearms for the United States and select states in the 18..

$3,195.00
This is a fine condition and all original Colt Model 1902 Military Automatic Pistol chambered in .3..
This is a fine condition and all original Colt Model 1902 Military Automatic Pistol chambered in .38 rimless, smokeless, with its original magazine.  This pistol was manufactured between 1917 and 1919. Automatic pistols were being designed in Europe as early as the 1880s by such firearms luminaries as Hiram Maxim (an American who was working in Europe), Andreas W. Schwarzlose, Hugo Borchardt (also an American), Ferdinand R. von Mannlicher, Peter Paul Mauser, and George Luger.  American designers in the U.S. quickly caught up with their European counterparts and the first..

$3,850.00
This is a fine condition Parker Brothers GH Grade, 12 Gauge hammerless, side-by-side shotgun from 1..
This is a fine condition Parker Brothers GH Grade, 12 Gauge hammerless, side-by-side shotgun from 1895.  This shotgun comes with a Parker Brothers Historical Letter, which verifies this particular shotgun was ordered by the E. K. Tryon Jr. & Co. of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on April 30, 1895, and it was shipped from the factory on July 2, 1895.  This shotgun’s information is found in the original Parker Brothers Order Book No. 28 and confirms that it was a GH hammerless in 12 Gauge with 30-inch Damascus Steel Barrels.  The original sales price in 1895 was $80.00.&nb..

$3,950.00
This is a fine condition Parker Brothers VH Grade, 12 Gauge hammerless, side-by-side shotgun from 1..
This is a fine condition Parker Brothers VH Grade, 12 Gauge hammerless, side-by-side shotgun from 1901.  This shotgun comes with a Parker Brothers historical letter indicating this shotgun was ordered by the Simmons Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri on November 2, 1901, and was shipped from the factory on December 13, 1901.  This information was found in the original Parker Brothers Order Book number 55 and was correctly listed as a VH hammerless in 12 Gauge with Vulcan Steel barrels of 28 inches and a pistol grip stock configuration. Charles Parker began as an ind..

$2,400.00
This a mint condition and very scarce Robert Johnson manufactured U.S. Model 1836 Flintlock Pistol,..
This a mint condition and very scarce Robert Johnson manufactured U.S. Model 1836 Flintlock Pistol, still in the original flint, that was made in 1837.  The history of the U.S. Handgun began just before the Revolution when British troops stationed in the American Colonies were issued with the "New Model 1760" flintlock pistol. When the Revolutionary War began, the Rappahannock Forge in Virginia copied the British Model 1760 design and designated it the Model 1775. This .62 caliber, flintlock, single shot pistol is generally considered to be the first US martial sidearm. The US War..

$3,150.00
This is an antique fine condition, scarce, and original Springfield Armory Model 1866 Trapdoor Rifl..
This is an antique fine condition, scarce, and original Springfield Armory Model 1866 Trapdoor Rifle, also known as the Second Allin Alteration Rifle, in .50-70 caliber.   While the American Civil War was predominantly an Infantryman's war using muzzle loading, percussion cap ignition rifles, the use of breech loading, cartridge-firing weapons (principally carbines) left an indelible mark on both the US Army and weapons designers in the United States. The Army's experience during the Civil War left post-war Army leaders with two distinct impressions. First, the accuracy and l..

$2,695.00
This is an antique fine condition, museum quality and all original Springfield Armory Model 1873 Tr..
This is an antique fine condition, museum quality and all original Springfield Armory Model 1873 Trapdoor Rifle.  The serial number on this rifle is 242175, which places its date of manufacture to 1883.  Springfield Armory only produced about 34,706 rifles that year.  The Model 1873 was the first model of the .45-70 trapdoor service rifles and was manufactured at Springfield Armory from 1879-1886.   The Barrel on this Rifle is in very good condition.  The barrel is 32.60” long with a 0.730” barrel diameter at the muzzle.  The barrel exhibits a mottled..

$2,200.00
This a fine condition and very scarce Asa Waters manufactured U.S. Model 1836 Flintlock Pistol, sti..
This a fine condition and very scarce Asa Waters manufactured U.S. Model 1836 Flintlock Pistol, still in the original flint, that was made in 1837. The history of the U.S. Handgun began just before the Revolution when British troops stationed in the American Colonies were issued with the "New Model 1760" flintlock pistol. When the Revolutionary War began, the Rappahannock Forge in Virginia copied the British Model 1760 design and designated it the Model 1775. This .62 caliber, flintlock, single shot pistol is generally considered to be the first US martial sidearm. The US War Departmen..

$3,200.00
This is a fine condition WWI Colt Model 1911 Pistol from 1917. The serial number on this Colt is 2..
This is a fine condition WWI Colt Model 1911 Pistol from 1917. The serial number on this Colt is 203424, which places the production of this pistol in late 1917.  This particular pistol was shipped from the Colt factory to Springfield Armory on December 14, 1917 as part of a shipment of 1800 pistols serial numbered 202001-203800.  At the time this pistol was shipped to the government, the American Expeditionary Force was still beginning to arrive in France in numbers.There are no records available to indicate when the pistols arrived in France or to which units these pistols ..

$4,200.00
This is a fine condition, antique German hammer Drilling in 12 gauge and .43 Mauser that was manufa..
This is a fine condition, antique German hammer Drilling in 12 gauge and .43 Mauser that was manufactured by the famous German firm of Miller & Greiss of Munich, Germany.The term “drilling” comes from the German word for “triplet,” indicating firearms with three barrels.  The drilling was initially designed for use on hunting preserves where the hunter may encounter different types of game during the hunt.  A hunter could encounter birds or large stags so the drilling was the perfect type of firearm to enable the hunter to engage whatever he saw during the hunt.The firearm..

$3,450.00
This is a very fine, museum condition and all original Springfield Armory Model 1888 Trapdoor Rifle..
This is a very fine, museum condition and all original Springfield Armory Model 1888 Trapdoor Rifle with the scarce integrated ramrod bayonet.  This rifle was probably never issued given its high, original condition.  The serial number on this rifle is 515238, which places its date of manufacture to 1891.  Springfield Armory produced only 30,461 Model 1888 Ramrod Bayonet Rifles in 1891 out of a total of only 66,713 Model 1888 Rifles produced, all between 1890 and 1893.  The Model 1888 Rifle was the last of the trapdoor rifles manufactured. The Rod Bayonet is an..

$3,745.00
This is a condition, unissued, and all original Springfield Armory Model 1884 Trapdoor Rifle that a..
This is a condition, unissued, and all original Springfield Armory Model 1884 Trapdoor Rifle that appears to be unissued.   The serial number on this rifle is 475690, which places its date of manufacture to 1889.  Springfield Armory produced only 36,523 service rifles in 1889, which was the next to last year of standard service rifle production of the trapdoor rifle at Springfield Armory.  The Model 1884, which was the second model of the .45-70 trapdoor service rifles, was manufactured at Springfield Armory from 1886-1890.   The Barrel on this Rifle is in ..

$4,250.00
This is an antique fine condition Parker Brothers DH, or D3 Grade, 12 Gauge hammerless, side-by-sid..
This is an antique fine condition Parker Brothers DH, or D3 Grade, 12 Gauge hammerless, side-by-side shotgun with 30” barrels from 1896.   This particular shotgun was ordered by the Clark Ainslie & Company of Lynchburg, Virginia on October 10, 1896, and it was shipped from the factory on October 19, 1896.  This shotgun comes with a Parker Brothers Historical Letter, and it notes that the shotgun’s information is found in the original Parker Brothers Order Book No. 29 and confirms that it was a DH hammerless in 12 Gauge with 30-inch Damascus Steel Barrels.  The re..

$3,700.00
This is a fine condition Parker Brothers GH Grade, 12 Gauge hammerless, side-by-side shotgun with b..
This is a fine condition Parker Brothers GH Grade, 12 Gauge hammerless, side-by-side shotgun with beautiful Damascus Steel barrels from 1899.  This particular shotgun was ordered by W. S. Brown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on January 24, 1899, and it was shipped from the factory on September 21, 1899.  This shotgun’s information is found in the original Parker Brothers Order Book No. 32 and confirms that it was a GH hammerless in 12 Gauge with 30-inch Damascus Steel Barrels.  The requested chokes were measured in pellets that struck a given size circle at 40 yards and on t..

$2,150.00
This is an original Parker Brothers VH Grade, 12 Gauge hammerless, side-by-side shotgun from 1909.&..
This is an original Parker Brothers VH Grade, 12 Gauge hammerless, side-by-side shotgun from 1909.  This particular shotgun was ordered by the E. K. Tryon Company of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on January 22, 1909, and it was shipped from the factory on April 6, 1909.  This shotgun’s information is found in the original Parker Brothers Order Book No. 78 and confirms that it was a VH hammerless in 12 Gauge with 30-inch Vulcan Steel Barrels.  The specifications are also listed in the order book and are: pistol grip stock configuration, drop at the heel of between 2 ½” and 3..

$1,645.00
This is a fine condition Parker Brothers VH Grade, 12 Gauge hammerless, side-by-side shotgun from 1..
This is a fine condition Parker Brothers VH Grade, 12 Gauge hammerless, side-by-side shotgun from 1924.   This shotgun comes with a Parker Brothers Historical Letter indicating this shotgun was completed on May 26, 1925.  The information on this shotgun is found in Parker Brothers’ Stock Book No. 74, and listed it as a VH hammerless shotgun, 12-gauge, with Vulcan Steel barrels with a length of 30 inches.  The stock configuration is confirmed as capped pistol grip and the length of pull is specified as 14 ¼”, the drop at heel at 2 ½”, the weight at 7 pounds, 12 ounces..

$2,950.00
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