The revolver you have is a Colt, “Standard Round Cylinder Army” you only show one side of the revolver in the images you provided so I can’t tell if there’s a U.S. Government cartouche on the grip. I have two Civil War rifles and one pistol that my father collected. Let me know if you have any other questions. Based on the pictures and the markings, what can you tell me about the rifle? Well that’s a good question Matt……hmmmmmmm The barrel has a London makers mark on it, but the barrel has Liege proof mark on it suggesting it was made in Belgium. WW2 BSA No4 Mk1 .303 M47c. You didn’t provide a good enough image of the barrel so I can’t say with certainty. His history is quite colorful if not brutal. I have a musket that belonged to my father. Bill , forward images of the rifle and I will give you values. It is in pristine condition. 712-322-4782. Amy, the one weapon serial #11967 is a Burnside Carbine, I believe it to be the 5th Model or the Standard model. Richard. I know the 56-46 was a Springfield invention for the carbine. A rather good example of an antique British Snider MK III rifle in.577 calibre, dated Enfield 1870 Lithgow 1943 SMLE MK3 rifle, fitted with aperture sight SMLE No.1 Mk III rifle in.303 calibre. That was altered for Confederate use. The few people who have looked at it have confirmed that it is in very good condition and all of the parts are original. Barrel Length: 45.75″, Thank you for being willing to look at this for us, Condition is everything when collecting and I don’t believe it to have much value. It was later adopted by British Army. Brian, It’s a standard Colt 45. These Enfield rifle-muskets were the workhorse of the Confederacy, and the second most common model of rifled musket used by the Union. The barrel is 42” long and the rifle weighs just over ten pounds. I don’t know if that will help. Drake, unfortunately the image you provided is not so clear……I would need more photos…..some close up some not of the weapon……if you could provide better images of the weapon I will do my best in helping with estimation….. Hello, we meaning, my wife & I would like to sell this piece. Your lockplate stamp appears to be the same, just upside down from these two examples. The .58 CAL. The breech is not split for the hammer firing pin, where the firing pin would be there is a nipple and the hammer looks like it belongs on a percussion gun. This weapon was a participant in the war but still has nice wood, clean barrel and what seems an original leather shoulder strap. The gun was owned by Civil War Colonel James Duff, who commanded 33rd Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Duff’s Partisan Rangers), and affiliated with Arizona Rangers, Company A. I have a rifle and pistol from the Civil War, both are from the north and are in close to perfect shape. When I discovered the pistol in my fathers “stuff” it was still loaded. it is in pretty good shape to be that old I would sell it if I could get a decent price for it no.16414 . I haven’t decided if I want to sell one or both of them, I attached a couple photos here, let me know if you are interested. Claire, Alex, provide high resolution photos and I will do my best to help with any and all questions. Also, it is a little confusing, I believe this is an 1841 model, it says 1851 under Harpers Ferry, it says 1855 on the top of the rifle, and based on the inspector (WW), he was inspecting .58 muskets between 1863-1865. Every part of this gun is attached and it comes with its holster too. Feel free to contact me anytime. 3.Civil War Collectibles, By Russell E. Lewis I just found this gun and I’m curious to know more information about it. Would you be able to help me understand the approx. Hope I was able to help. I was going to include them in Any insight that you can give me would be helpful – thank you in advance. Pattern 1853 Enfield Rifle-Musket. Thomas, Australian SMLE No. 1. On the right side lock plate: A & CH. £650.00. Brass trigger guard. Anything you can provide would be appreciated. It has a date on it of 1848 I believe and a I believe a soldier’s name on it. It belonged to his great grandfather Calvin Jones b. Attached are pictures of the rifle, serial # 345582. Some were priced as low as $475 some were $4000……..I don’t believe your weapon to have much value unless there’s provenance that a historically famed officer of the law carried it. Weapon 2 is a 44 Caliber RF Henry Carbine with brass receiver Serial 20623 Patent 10/10/1860. I believe your assessment to be on the money. I have no idea how you did that so fast. Jacob, you’d have to provide better quality images of the weapon before I could give you any direction……when possible please provide pictures of the lockplate, barrel, stock, and any markings on the Musket……..use lots of lighting, (possibly sun light) so everything can be seen…, Hi I saw your article on the web and I have been researching a couple of weapons that i inherited and thought maybe you could help me figure out what i have. The revolver you have is a CS Pettengill Army Model Revolver. The pistol is also operable. It is a .50 caliber and has a 22" barrel. National Armory Brown. Customerreply replied 8 years ago. I have read your online post about the value of Civil War Guns and thought I’d contact you. Ltd. trading as CARTER'S Publications. Another option is http://www.lodgewoodmfg.com, they sold weapons for me in the past…..they take the weapon on consignment and attempt to sell it at your asking price….there a husband and wife run small business and there very honest……they have many reenactors and collectors that browse there website daily…. 1 Mk III*, Lithgow rifle 1941 manufacture. I can supply more info if required. Have a old 36 Cal Navy Made Powder Pistol .Have mold to make bullets ,caps,and tools and case…Don’t know much about it…I believe it was made in1845.I have pics.Thanks…I would like to sell. Used in 1959 to test 7.62 Rifle design. I can’t remember which one offhand. All have sniper’s sights, marked to 800 meters maximum and there are five triangular bayonets, some with scabbards. I’ve included some pictures, but here are the details imprinted on the rifle: • Ballards Patent, Nov. 5 1861 After much research, I learned that this individual was Jonathan Stamper Gardner Gay (1831-1874) of Winchester Kentucky. 1828- d.1896. Regards. Hello Gene Regards, Gene West. In closing, what do you believe this small collection of items should be valued at? Hi Gene, All serial #’s on gun match, Help with value of civil war gun marked 1864 Springfield barrel is cracked /notches in barrel/ initials carved in barrel/ long gun with bayonet. There’s also a leather pouch that those bullets came in. 44330. Rifle - Tower . Please let me know if you need any additional information. Quickview. Unfortunately it’s not worth so much money as a percussion musket. Found your email online. Regards Gene West, thank you for your quick response I kind of figured that it’d be hard to give a price since it is missing the front sight lower retainer piece that holds the lever in place underneath the front of the barrel it has a broken hand that rotates the cylinder the trigger action does work I most likely thought it would be something for display 0r for someone who is interested in needed parts all the serial numbers match except for the cylinder my number is 471 and the cylinder is 551. I found your informative article online. John, if you could provide quality images (photos) of the weapons in question I will do my best to help with all questions you may have. Civil War .69 Caliber Musket – Inventory Number: RIF 009. Enfield 303 rifle Mark III deactivated bolt action, circa 1916, SMLE III with bayonet and scabbard, SMLE No.1 Mk III rifle now in .22 long rifle calibre. The musket has three bands secured by springs, the forward band serves as a sight, and there are two strap hooks affixed to the bands. 1 Mk III rifle in.303 calibre. U.S. Military Antique Long Guns, Civil War Rifles & Civil War Muskets for Sale We have highly collectable Civil War rifles and Civil War muskets for sale in our large inventory of U.S. military antique long guns, which also includes fine examples of rifles and carbines from Sharps, Spencer, Springfield, and others. I have been speaking with several parties who are interested in the gun/rifle. My main question is how much could this revolver be worth? Its really awesome that you appreciate things like this! Regards, Gene. We also know that it was originally a flintlock, but was converted to percussion cap, although we are not sure when. These were sold to the US Government during the “War Between The States”. John, I did some research of the area to connect the rifle to soldiers occupying that area. Don, How much are you wanting to sell the Colt for? Bud. Lithgow 1928. He lived in Georgia, just a few miles south of Chattanooga, Tn. If there is anything more you can tell us about it, we would be very grateful. This is the abbreviation for the French arsenal at Saint Etienne: Manufacture de Armes de St. Etienne. Larry, Three have no visible identification marks, except for the proof mark and a crowned CD on the top strap of the butt plate and an illegible stamp on the barrel flat. Nice example, British / Australian Lee Enfield I rifle in .303 calibre. Serial no L61288, SMLE No.1 III rifle in .303 calibre. Christy, The local historian has eight rifled muskets which appear to have been manufactured during the Civil War. 6 shot #1357. I have had it for 50 years, and know the Southern rifles are of greater value, but my weapons are in excellent condition. I have only heard of one other of this type of alteration sell (Thayer Americana bought in 2005 and then sold in 2007 at Little John’s Auction House), and another example appears on page 487-490 in Madaus and Murphy’s CS Rifles and Muskets. Going thru some of my father’s old guns that my granddad bought for him as a kid growing up. We are moving to a retirement home and he wants to sell it. DE LONEUX Seller: BGSUBMARINE . No serial number, noted by several with more knowledge that it was almost certainly Confederate issued. Our Price: $7.50 Compare. If not, maybe you could forward this email to someone who is. I am going through a rather nasty divorce, and its only because my wife has no idea of their value that she has not gone after them yet. WW2 Number 4 Mk1 .303 BSA M47c dated 1944 . 3853, Enfield Mk I carbine in.303 calibre. Sorry I couldn’t help more, Kind Regards Gene West. These were considered obsolete weapons soon after the start of hostilities, it would not stand up to the rigors of war. Hope this helps . Below I’m including an attachment that will help you understand values. Thank you, The guards did serve some time with Lee and the Army of Northern Virginia. The forward portion of the stock has been cut down which hurts it value. GI#: 101547687. model ,1870 springfield trapdoor carbine 50 caliber fine bore no pits shiney,,,,, litle pittiong on buttplate rest is free of pitting &nbs ...Click for more info. Serial no. Regarding same. Thanks. I found your email address in an older article online. I would be extremely interested in seeing images of the S&B Musket Rifle you have. They may have been used by the Federals early in the war however most men would have preferred the U.S. made Springfield Musket Rifle or the British Enfield if given the chose. Although it retained an older form of a flint lockplate, the weapon was designed as a percussion musket. Not certain where to start…….the collection of pistols you have is extensive…..it’s extremely hard to tell with just photos and the number of pistols in your collection. Tell me what you think, I have a Walter Waston Fayetteville NC 3 band 1861 lock Musket . I know that he had it in 1870, but don’t know if it was new or old at that time. It’s next to impossible to give a valuation on a weapon without seeing, handling and understanding its provenance. I would also be willing to ship the gun to someone to ID it. According to the limited research we have done, it seems to be a pretty rare item. If you go to the link above you will learn a bit about the weapon you have. Thank you very much for your time!! MP0661 Rear Sight Leaf Pin (Original) For Original Enfield .577 Perc. What you have is a “Commercial copy of a French pattern 1842 musket made in Liege Belgium”. First we need to differentiate between Union and Confederate pieces. Original A & A.S. marked P-1856 Enfield Rifle Bayonet W/S ' Made: Civil War / Maker: A&AS Model: 1856/58 Condition: VG+ Qty: Price: $225 USD English Baker Spring India Pattern Brown Bess Socket Bayonet. Model: 1870 Snyder . Mark, I’ve included an attachment below from Flaydermans Guide to Antique American Weapons, it’s insightful about the details and estimated value of your Rifle Musket. The ramrod is a hand made replacement and I suspect the stock is also. Now in.22 long rifle calibre. I have a question , and I hope you can help me. The pistol is a Second Model, Second Type with matching serial numbers, 2255. He was in Jeb Stewarts Calvary. If I can’t help you I may know someone who can. 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