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December 2, 3, & 4 Premiere Firearms Auction

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A truly stunning auction filled with many desirable antiques! Over 2700 Lots! Over 450 Colts, the Second Installment of Putnam Green Collection: Part II, Civil War Arms featuring 50+ carbines and confederate arms, 12 Volcanic arms, US and German Military arms spanning two World Wars, the William "Bill" Neal Collection: the finest Woodsman Collection, antique flintlock pistols, Part II of the finest M1 Carbine Collection, quality Lugers and much more!
Rare, One of Eighty Produced 1855 Dated U.S. Springfield Model 1847 Sappers Musketoon with Ames Mart3050Rare, One of Eighty Produced 1855 Dated U.S. Springfield Model 1847 Sappers Musketoon with Ames Mart
Estimate: $6500 - 11000 This is a rare example of a U.S. Springfield Model 1847 Sappers Musketoon, a.k.a "Sappers and Miners", manufact...
Sold to floor for (10,000.00 + 1,950.00) x 1 = 11,950.00
Scarce U.S. "Fish Tail" Model 1840 Hall-North Type II Breech Loading Percussion Carbine3051Scarce U.S. "Fish Tail" Model 1840 Hall-North Type II Breech Loading Percussion Carbine
Estimate: $3500 - 5500 This is a very fine example of a U.S. Model 1840 Hall "fishtail" carbine that was manufactured by Simeon North o...
Sold to floor for (4,500.00 + 877.50) x 1 = 5,377.50
Jenks "Mule Ear" Carbine3052Jenks "Mule Ear" Carbine
Estimate: $2500 - 4000 Manufactured circa 1843 to 1845 by N.P. Ames of Springfield, Massachusetts. with a total production of about 4,250. The vast
Sold to floor for (2,500.00 + 487.50) x 1 = 2,987.50
Rare Sharps Model 1851 Box Lock Carbine3053Rare Sharps Model 1851 Box Lock Carbine
Estimate: $3750 - 6500 Manufactured from 1852 to 1855 with an estimated total of 1,857 Model 1851 carbines produced. The carbine has the distinctiv
Sold to floor for (6,000.00 + 1,170.00) x 1 = 7,170.00
Scarce Civil War Gibbs Breech Loading Carbine3054Scarce Civil War Gibbs Breech Loading Carbine
Estimate: $1500 - 3000 This is a representative example of a rare Gibbs carbine that was manufactured by William F. Brooks, New York City in 1863.
Sold to floor for (4,000.00 + 780.00) x 1 = 4,780.00
Scarce Civil War Cosmopolitan Arms Contract Carbine3055Scarce Civil War Cosmopolitan Arms Contract Carbine
Estimate: $1500 - 2500 This is a representative example of a rare Civil War carbine that was manufactured by the Cosmopolitan Arms Company of Hamil
Sold to tczboy for (4,000.00 + 780.00) x 1 = 4,780.00
Palmer Civil War Bolt Action Carbine3056Palmer Civil War Bolt Action Carbine
Estimate: $1400 - 2250 Manufactured circa 1865, the Palmer carbine was manufactured by E.G. Lamson & Co., of Windsor, Vermont, and is significant a
Sold to floor for (2,250.00 + 438.75) x 1 = 2,688.75
Civil War First Type Merrill Breech Loading Carbine3057Civil War First Type Merrill Breech Loading Carbine
Estimate: $1200 - 1800 Manufactured by H. Merrill of Baltimore, Maryland with a total production of approximately 14,500. This is a single shot bre
Sold to floor for (1,700.00 + 331.50) x 1 = 2,031.50
Rare Joslyn Model 1855 "Monkey Tail" Carbine3058Rare Joslyn Model 1855 "Monkey Tail" Carbine
Estimate: $3000 - 6000 This carbine was one of approximately 1500 manufactured by A. H. Waters of Milbury, Massachusetts in 1855 and 1856. These Jo
Sold to floor for (4,750.00 + 926.25) x 1 = 5,676.25
Exceptional Triplett & Scott Civil War Repeating Carbine3059Exceptional Triplett & Scott Civil War Repeating Carbine
Estimate: $2750 - 4500 This is an example of an unissued Triplett & Scott carbine that was manufactured in 1865 by the Meriden Manufacturing Compan
Sold to floor for (4,750.00 + 926.25) x 1 = 5,676.25
Excellent Civil War Maynard Single Shot Percussion Carbine3060Excellent Civil War Maynard Single Shot Percussion Carbine
Estimate: $3000 - 4500 This is a Second Model carbine as manufactured by the Massachusetts Arms Company of Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts, from 1863
Sold to floor for (2,500.00 + 487.50) x 1 = 2,987.50
Very Fine Smith's Patent Breech Loading Civil War Carbine3061Very Fine Smith's Patent Breech Loading Civil War Carbine
Estimate: $2250 - 3250 The Smith Carbine was manufactured by the Massachusetts Arms Co., Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts and was one of the most impo
Sold to floor for (2,250.00 + 438.75) x 1 = 2,688.75
Exceptional and Rare Greene Breech Loading Carbine3062Exceptional and Rare Greene Breech Loading Carbine
Estimate: $12000 - 20000 This is a very fine example of a rare Greene carbine, manufactured circa 1855-1857 with a total production of only about 3
Sold to floor for (22,500.00 + 4,387.50) x 1 = 26,887.50
Maynard Primer Tins, Peace Flask, and Directions for Greene Carbine3063Maynard Primer Tins, Peace Flask, and Directions for Greene Carbine
Estimate: $1400 - 1800 This lot consists of the following: Maynard primer tin with sealed primers (full, no label), Maynard primer tin retaining ma
Sold to floor for (2,000.00 + 390.00) x 1 = 2,390.00
Four British Contract Massachusetts Arms Greene Patent Percussion Locks3064Four British Contract Massachusetts Arms Greene Patent Percussion Locks
Estimate: $950 - 1600 Produced on contract for the British government, the Greene Carbine combined a Maynard patent priming system, paper cartridge
Sold to floor for (700.00 + 136.50) x 1 = 836.50
Historic Le Faucheux Single Action Pinfire Revolver Documented as Being Found on a Gettysburg Battle3065Historic Le Faucheux Single Action Pinfire Revolver Documented as Being Found on a Gettysburg Battle
Estimate: $3500 - 4500 This French pinfire revolver is accompanied by documents from "The Union drummer Boy" and Antique American Firea...
Sold to floor for (3,000.00 + 585.00) x 1 = 3,585.00
Rare Confederate Naval Sword Marked Thomas, Griswold & Company of New Orleans3066Rare Confederate Naval Sword Marked Thomas, Griswold & Company of New Orleans
Estimate: $3500 - 5500 Manufactured by Thomas, Griswold & Company of New Orleans. The company was active from 1861 to 1862 until they were put out
Sold to floor for (3,500.00 + 682.50) x 1 = 4,182.50
Civil War Confederate Belt with Buckle3067Civil War Confederate Belt with Buckle
Estimate: $1500 - 2500 This original Civil War leather belt measures nearly 36 inches long. The belt has a "CS" brass buckle. BBL: ...
Sold to floor for (3,750.00 + 731.25) x 1 = 4,481.25
Identified Brass Bugle, with a Civil War Production Songbook3070Identified Brass Bugle, with a Civil War Production Songbook
Estimate: $1000 - 1600 1) Bugle, brass construction, approximately 16 inches long, with a silver mouthpiece. Hand engraved "Klemm & Bro/Phil...
Sold to floor for (1,800.00 + 351.00) x 1 = 2,151.00
Civil War Camp Chair and U.S.S. Paul Jones Fire Bucket3071Civil War Camp Chair and U.S.S. Paul Jones Fire Bucket
Estimate: $900 - 1400 1) Fire bucket with a brass encircled star mounted on the side. The star is marked "J.E. HARTER/U.S.S. PAUL JONES"...
Sold to floor for (600.00 + 117.00) x 1 = 717.00
Interesting Civil War 20th Maine Grouping with Gettysburg History3072Interesting Civil War 20th Maine Grouping with Gettysburg History
Estimate: $1500 - 2500 The 20th Maine Volunteer Infantry Regiment is most known for their famous defense of Little Round top at the battle of Getty
Sold to floor for (1,400.00 + 273.00) x 1 = 1,673.00
Ron Craig Signed and Dated Civil War Battle Oil Painting3073Ron Craig Signed and Dated Civil War Battle Oil Painting
Estimate: $800 - 1300 Oil painting by Ron Craig depicting Union troops surrounded by Confederate cavalry (see image). This original oil on canvas i
Sold to floor for (700.00 + 136.50) x 1 = 836.50
Framed Confederate General George Pickett Signature Display3074Framed Confederate General George Pickett Signature Display
Estimate: $750 - 1200 Framed signature of Confederate Major General George Edward Pickett. The signature is dated 1861. Professionally matted and f
Sold to floor for (2,250.00 + 438.75) x 1 = 2,688.75
Framed Civil War General George Gordon Meade Signature Display3075Framed Civil War General George Gordon Meade Signature Display
Estimate: $700 - 1200 Framed signature of Union Major General George Gordon Meade, the Union hero of the battle of Gettysburg, PA. July 1, 2 and 3.
Sold to floor for (1,200.00 + 234.00) x 1 = 1,434.00
Rare Confederate Fayetteville Armory Percussion Rifle3076Rare Confederate Fayetteville Armory Percussion Rifle
Estimate: $15000 - 25000 This is an extremely rare example of a Confederate Model 1855 Pattern rifle that was manufactured at the former Armory at
Sold to floor for (13,000.00 + 2,535.00) x 1 = 15,535.00
Very Rare Richmond Confederate Sharps Carbine3077Very Rare Richmond Confederate Sharps Carbine
Estimate: $13000 - 18000 This is a very rare example of a Confederate made Sharps carbine with the marking "RICHMOND,VA/1862" at the re...
Sold to floor for (13,000.00 + 2,535.00) x 1 = 15,535.00
U.S. C. Roby Civil War Era Model 1860 Cavalry Sabre with Scabbard and Hanger3078U.S. C. Roby Civil War Era Model 1860 Cavalry Sabre with Scabbard and Hanger
Estimate: $900 - 1300 Curved double fuller blade, 35 inches long, with "US/1865/A.G.M" on the right ricasso and "C. ROBY/W. CHELMS...
Sold to floor for (1,100.00 + 214.50) x 1 = 1,314.50
1855 Dated U.S. Ames Foot Artillery Short Sword with Scabbard30791855 Dated U.S. Ames Foot Artillery Short Sword with Scabbard
Estimate: $1100 - 1600 Resembling a Roman gladiator sword, this U.S. Ames Model 1832 short sword has a 19 inch long blade with a ricasso marked &...
Sold to floor for (850.00 + 165.75) x 1 = 1,015.75
Two Civil War Artillery Sabres with Scabbards3080Two Civil War Artillery Sabres with Scabbards
Estimate: $950 - 1600 1) Ames Artillery Sabre, 31 3/4 inch single fuller blade with the Ames scroll on the left ricasso and "CONN/1862"...
Sold to floor for (1,100.00 + 214.50) x 1 = 1,314.50
Two Eagle Head Pommel Sabres3081Two Eagle Head Pommel Sabres
Estimate: $1000 - 1500 1) 29 3/4 inch single fuller blade, with half blue finish, gold accented engraving, and a signature on the right side near t
Sold to floor for (850.00 + 165.75) x 1 = 1,015.75
German-Made Model 1860 Staff & Field Officer's Sword with Scabbard and An Ames Model 1850 Foot Offic3082German-Made Model 1860 Staff & Field Officer's Sword with Scabbard and An Ames Model 1850 Foot Offic
Estimate: $900 - 1500 1) 30 inch blade, with "SCHNITZLER/A&A/SOLINGEN", on the left ricasso. Brass hilt with folding counterguard, rais...
Sold to floor for (750.00 + 146.25) x 1 = 896.25
Rare 1864 Dated Illustrated Schuyler, Hartley & Graham Catalog of Arms and Military Goods3083Rare 1864 Dated Illustrated Schuyler, Hartley & Graham Catalog of Arms and Military Goods
Estimate: $1500 - 2500 Operating out of New York, Schuyler, Hartley & Graham was a major supplier of arms and uniform items for America's military
Sold to floor for (1,100.00 + 214.50) x 1 = 1,314.50
Very Rare New Haven Arms Co., Henry Rifle with Sword Bayonet Lug3084Very Rare New Haven Arms Co., Henry Rifle with Sword Bayonet Lug
Estimate: $25000 - 45000 This unique Henry lever-action rifle was manufactured by the New Haven Arms Co., in 1862. This rifle is one of a very smal
Sold to floor for (32,500.00 + 6,337.50) x 1 = 38,837.50
U.S. Inspected Rogers & Spencer Army Model Percussion Civil War Revolver3085U.S. Inspected Rogers & Spencer Army Model Percussion Civil War Revolver
Estimate: $4250 - 5500 One of 5,800 percussion revolvers manufactured circa 1863- 65 by Rogers & Spencer of Willow Dale, New York, (which is near U
Sold to floor for (3,750.00 + 731.25) x 1 = 4,481.25
U.S. Inspected Starr Arms Model 1858 Double Action Army Percussion Civil War Revolver3086U.S. Inspected Starr Arms Model 1858 Double Action Army Percussion Civil War Revolver
Estimate: $3250 - 4500 Blade and hammer notch sights, with the left side of frame marked "STARR ARMS Co. NEW. YORK." and the right &quo...
Sold to floor for (2,750.00 + 536.25) x 1 = 3,286.25
U.S. Inspected Starr Arms Model 1863 Single Action Army Civil War Revolver3087U.S. Inspected Starr Arms Model 1863 Single Action Army Civil War Revolver
Estimate: $2750 - 4250 Blade and hammer notch sights, with the left side of frame marked "STARR ARMS Co. NEW. YORK." and the right &quo...
Sold to floor for (3,250.00 + 633.75) x 1 = 3,883.75
Historical Sharps John Brown Model 1853 Percussion Carbine3088Historical Sharps John Brown Model 1853 Percussion Carbine
Estimate: $10000 - 20000 This carbine is identified by specific serial number in Sellers book, "Sharps Firearm" on page 91 as being one...
Sold to floor for (30,000.00 + 5,850.00) x 1 = 35,850.00
Rare U.S. Revenue Cutter Service Jenks-Remington Breech Loading Percussion Carbine3089Rare U.S. Revenue Cutter Service Jenks-Remington Breech Loading Percussion Carbine
Estimate: $7000 - 10000 Manufactured circa 1846 to 1847, this is a scarce example of a Jenks-Remington carbine with U.S. Revenue Cutter Service mar
Sold to floor for (5,500.00 + 1,072.50) x 1 = 6,572.50
Excellent U.S. Navy Jenks-Remington Breech Loading Carbine with Tape Primer3090Excellent U.S. Navy Jenks-Remington Breech Loading Carbine with Tape Primer
Estimate: $5000 - 8000 Manufactured circa 1847 to 1848 with approximately 1000 Jenks tape primer carbines produced by Remington. The top of the bar
Sold to floor for (8,500.00 + 1,657.50) x 1 = 10,157.50
U.S. Whitney Model 1841 Percussion Mississippi Rifle3091U.S. Whitney Model 1841 Percussion Mississippi Rifle
Estimate: $1400 - 2250 This is an example of a U.S. Model 1841 Rifle that was manufactured by the Whitney Arms Co., of New Haven, Connecticut in 18
Sold to floor for (1,400.00 + 273.00) x 1 = 1,673.00
Excellent Triplett & Scott Civil War Repeating Carbine3092Excellent Triplett & Scott Civil War Repeating Carbine
Estimate: $2250 - 3250 This is a very fine example of a Triplett & Scott carbine manufactured in 1865 by the Meriden Manufacturing Company as part
Sold to floor for (3,750.00 + 731.25) x 1 = 4,481.25
U.S. Harpers Ferry Model 1855 Percussion Rifle Musket with Bayonet3093U.S. Harpers Ferry Model 1855 Percussion Rifle Musket with Bayonet
Estimate: $1100 - 1600 These rifle muskets were manufactured by Harpers Ferry and Springfield Armory from 1857 to 1861. The rear of the lock is dat
Sold to floor for (2,750.00 + 536.25) x 1 = 3,286.25
Fine U.S. Civil War Springfield Model 1861 Rifle-Musket Dated 1862 with Bayonet3094Fine U.S. Civil War Springfield Model 1861 Rifle-Musket Dated 1862 with Bayonet
Estimate: $1400 - 2250 This is an early Civil War production example of a U. S. Springfield Model 1861 rifle-musket, the primary Civil War musket a
Sold to floor for (3,000.00 + 585.00) x 1 = 3,585.00
Civil War Leather Accouterments3095Civil War Leather Accouterments
Estimate: $900 - 1400 36 inch long leather belt with "US" marked cap pouch and a cartridge box. The cartridge box has no maker markings...
Sold to floor for (900.00 + 175.50) x 1 = 1,075.50
Rare First Type Lindner Civil War Carbine3096Rare First Type Lindner Civil War Carbine
Estimate: $2750 - 4250 Designed and made by Edward Lindner of Manchester, New Hampshire, probably at Amoskeag Manufacturing Company. Only 892 of th
Sold to floor for (4,500.00 + 877.50) x 1 = 5,377.50
Starr Arms Civil War Breech Loading Percussion Carbine3097Starr Arms Civil War Breech Loading Percussion Carbine
Estimate: $800 - 1300 This is an example of one of approximately 20,600 percussion carbines produced by Starr Arms Company of Yonkers, New York cir
Sold to floor for (1,300.00 + 253.50) x 1 = 1,553.50
U.S. Contract Remington Type II "Split Breech" Single Shot Breech Loading Carbine3098U.S. Contract Remington Type II "Split Breech" Single Shot Breech Loading Carbine
Estimate: $750 - 1200 Manufactured for Remington under a sub-contract with Savage Revolving Arms Company, the Split Breech Carbine is doubly signif
Sold to floor for (1,300.00 + 253.50) x 1 = 1,553.50
Gwyn & Campbell Type II Civil War Carbine3099Gwyn & Campbell Type II Civil War Carbine
Estimate: $750 - 1200 Manufactured by Edward Gwyn and Abner Campbell of Hamilton, Ohio with a total production of only 4,000. The breech end of the
Sold to floor for (1,400.00 + 273.00) x 1 = 1,673.00
Rare Jenks Martial Inspected "Mule Ear" Revenue Cutter Percussion Carbine3100Rare Jenks Martial Inspected "Mule Ear" Revenue Cutter Percussion Carbine
Estimate: $1100 - 1600 Manufactured in 1846 by N.P. Ames of Springfield, Massachusetts and subsequently altered for paper cartridge use in 1861 by
Sold to floor for (2,250.00 + 438.75) x 1 = 2,688.75
Scarce U.S. Simeon North Hall Patent Model 1840 Second Type "Fishtail" Breechloading Carbine3101Scarce U.S. Simeon North Hall Patent Model 1840 Second Type "Fishtail" Breechloading Carbine
Estimate: $1600 - 2500 Blade and notch sights, with "NWP" on the left side of the barrel, and "U.S/S. NORTH/MIDLtn/CONN/1840"...
Sold to floor for (1,700.00 + 331.50) x 1 = 2,031.50