Premiere Collector's Firearms Auction - Session 3 - Page 1 of 16 - Rock Island Auction Company - iCollector.com Online Auctions

Premiere Collector's Firearms Auction

Auction Details

Firearms for every level of collecting

Over 2700 lots, including:
- Martial & Civil War Arms
- U.S. Military Arms
- Colt Firearms
- European Military Arms
- Sporting Arms
- Class III/Sporting Arms
- Winchester Firearms
- Pottery
Historic Illinois Soldier's Model 1860 Spencer Carbine and Bugle3000Historic Illinois Soldier's Model 1860 Spencer Carbine and Bugle
This Historic Spencer Carbine and Bugle were carried by William Goodwin during the Civil War. During the Civil War William Goodwin was a bugler in Com
Estimates : 3,000.00 - 6,000.00
Sold to floor for (5,000.00 + 975.00) x 1 = 5,975.00
Historic Civil War, Identified 10th Illinois Cavalry Sharps New Model 1863 Carbine3001Historic Civil War, Identified 10th Illinois Cavalry Sharps New Model 1863 Carbine
This Sharps New Model 1863 Carbine is identified by serial number on page 59 of "CIVIL WAR SHARPS CARBINES & RIFLES" by Coates & McAulay a...
Estimates : 3,000.00 - 6,000.00
Sold to floor for (7,000.00 + 1,365.00) x 1 = 8,365.00
Important Historical Inscribed Presentation Henry Lever Action Rifle, Inscribed to Andersonville Pri3002Important Historical Inscribed Presentation Henry Lever Action Rifle, Inscribed to Andersonville Pri
Manufactured in early 1863, this highly sought after Henry rifle has the early style brass receiver with rear sight dovetail and early style buttplate
Estimates : 50,000.00 - 100,000.00
Sold to floor for (50,000.00 + 9,750.00) x 1 = 59,750.00
Exceptional London Armory Pattern 1853 Percussion Rifle-Musket3003Exceptional London Armory Pattern 1853 Percussion Rifle-Musket
This is an exceptional example of a high quality "Volunteer" Pattern 53 Rifle-Musket manufactured by London Armory. Blued barrel, casehard...
Estimates : 6,500.00 - 10,000.00
Sold to floor for (4,500.00 + 877.50) x 1 = 5,377.50
U.S. Colt Model 1861 Special Rifle-Musket3004U.S. Colt Model 1861 Special Rifle-Musket
Colt was given a contract to supply 112,500 of these 1861 Pattern muskets to the Union Army. Colt delivered 75,000 between 1861 and 1865. These musket
Estimates : 5,000.00 - 7,000.00
Sold to floor for (4,500.00 + 877.50) x 1 = 5,377.50
Civil War Foot Officer's Sword with Confederate Inscribed Scabbard3005Civil War Foot Officer's Sword with Confederate Inscribed Scabbard
High quality, non-regulation, Foot Officer's Sword inscribed: "Lt. Colonel/P.F./DeCourtnay" in three lines on the obverse side of the scab...
Estimates : 5,000.00 - 10,000.00
Sold to floor for (3,750.00 + 731.25) x 1 = 4,481.25
Unmarked 1843 Style Percussion Rifle with Bayonet3006Unmarked 1843 Style Percussion Rifle with Bayonet
This rifle appears to be an English 1843 Military Pattern void of any visible markings. Many of the brass parts, including the bayonet handle are crud
Estimates : 2,500.00 - 4,000.00
Sold to floor for (2,000.00 + 390.00) x 1 = 2,390.00
Rare Confederate Bilharz Hall & Co. Percussion Carbine3007Rare Confederate Bilharz Hall & Co. Percussion Carbine
Originally attributed to D.C. Hodgkins & Sons of Macon, Georgia. More recent research indicates that these carbines were made by Bilharz, Hall & Co. o
Estimates : 2,500.00 - 5,000.00
Sold to floor for (4,000.00 + 780.00) x 1 = 4,780.00
Historic Pair of Factory Cased Smith & Wesson No. 2 Old Army Revolvers -A) Smith & Wesson No. 2 Army3008Historic Pair of Factory Cased Smith & Wesson No. 2 Old Army Revolvers -A) Smith & Wesson No. 2 Army
A) This is a very fine original pair of Civil War production Smith & Wesson Model Number 2 Old Model revolvers (a.k.a. No. 2 Old Army) with factory ca
Estimates : 20,000.00 - 30,000.00
Sold to stephenworth for (9,000.00 + 1,755.00) x 1 = 10,755.00
Very Rare Serial Number 3 Savage & North Navy Second Model 'Figure 8' Percussion Revolver3009Very Rare Serial Number 3 Savage & North Navy Second Model 'Figure 8' Percussion Revolver
This is a solid original example of a Savage & North, Second Model, 'Figure 8' percussion revolver that was manufactured in Middletown, Connecticut, b
Estimates : 9,000.00 - 15,000.00
Sold to floor for (8,500.00 + 1,657.50) x 1 = 10,157.50
Early Production Smith & Wesson Model 2 Army Revolver with Civil War Inscription3010Early Production Smith & Wesson Model 2 Army Revolver with Civil War Inscription
This model was manufactured between 1861 and 1874, this revolver was very successful commercially. Many of these were used as personal side arms by Ci
Estimates : 2,000.00 - 4,000.00
Sold to floor for (3,250.00 + 633.75) x 1 = 3,883.75
Exceptional U.S. Remington Model 1871 Army Rolling Block Pistol3011Exceptional U.S. Remington Model 1871 Army Rolling Block Pistol
Manufactured circa 1872 to 1888 with a total production of approximately 6,000, with approximately 5,000 sold to the U.S. government. The pistol has a
Estimates : 4,500.00 - 8,500.00
Sold to floor for (4,750.00 + 926.25) x 1 = 5,676.25
Civil War Martially Inspected Remington New Model Army Percussion Revolver3012Civil War Martially Inspected Remington New Model Army Percussion Revolver
Manufactured from 1863 to 1875. Fixed pinched blade front sight and notched rear sight. The top barrel flat is marked "PATENTED SEPT. 14. 1858 ...
Estimates : 1,800.00 - 2,750.00
Sold to floor for (1,700.00 + 331.50) x 1 = 2,031.50
Historical Family Military Related Grouping Including Cased Allen & Wheelock Pepperbox Pistol with A3013Historical Family Military Related Grouping Including Cased Allen & Wheelock Pepperbox Pistol with A
Six-shot fluted barrel cluster marked "ALLEN & WHEELOCK" on a flute and "PATENTED APRIL 16, 1845." on another flute. The left si...
Estimates : 20,000.00 - 30,000.00
Sold to floor for (13,000.00 + 2,535.00) x 1 = 15,535.00
U.S. Contract Henry Rifle3014U.S. Contract Henry Rifle
This is an example Henry lever action rifle that was manufactured in 1864 by the New Haven Arms Company. This rifle is one of approximately 1000 Henry
Estimates : 45,000.00 - 80,000.00
Sold to floor for (45,000.00 + 8,775.00) x 1 = 53,775.00
One Box of Remington Arms/ Union Metallic Cartridge 44 Henry Flat Rimfire Ammunition3015One Box of Remington Arms/ Union Metallic Cartridge 44 Henry Flat Rimfire Ammunition
Tan cardboard construction, with red accented green labels, marked ".44 HENRY (FLAT)/ 50 RIM FIRE CARTRIDGES/ REMINGTON/ UMC/ 44 HENRY FLAT/ MO...
Estimates : 2,500.00 - 4,500.00
Sold to floor for (1,900.00 + 370.50) x 1 = 2,270.50
Excellent Smith's Patent Breech Loading Civil War Carbine3016Excellent Smith's Patent Breech Loading Civil War Carbine
Designed by Gilbert Smith, the production of this breech loading percussion carbine was almost entirely consumed by government contracts, with limited
Estimates : 3,250.00 - 5,000.00
Sold to floor for (2,250.00 + 438.75) x 1 = 2,688.75
Very Fine Civil War Burnside Fifth Model Breech loading Percussion Carbine3017Very Fine Civil War Burnside Fifth Model Breech loading Percussion Carbine
Burnside, Fifth Model Carbine manufactured by the Burnside Rifle Co., of Providence, Rhode Island 1863-1865. The Burnside Carbine was designed by Fede
Estimates : 3,500.00 - 4,500.00
Sold to floor for (3,250.00 + 633.75) x 1 = 3,883.75
Sharps New Model 1863 Metallic Conversion Carbine3018Sharps New Model 1863 Metallic Conversion Carbine
This is an example of a Sharps Model 1863 Carbine that was either arsenal or Sharps Rifle Company converted to .50-70 CF metallic cartridge with the r
Estimates : 1,800.00 - 2,750.00
Sold to floor for (2,750.00 + 536.25) x 1 = 3,286.25
Sharps New Model 1863 Carbine with Metallic Cartridge Conversion3019Sharps New Model 1863 Carbine with Metallic Cartridge Conversion
This is an example of a Civil War Sharps New Model 1863 Carbine that was one of the 31,098 carbines converted to fire the .50-70 center fire cartridge
Estimates : 2,750.00 - 4,250.00
Sold to floor for (4,000.00 + 780.00) x 1 = 4,780.00
Very Fine Civil War Burnside Fifth Model Breech Loading Carbine3020Very Fine Civil War Burnside Fifth Model Breech Loading Carbine
Burnside Fifth Model Carbine manufactured by the Burnside Rifle Co., of Providence, Rhode Island, from 1863-1865. The Burnside Carbine was one of the
Estimates : 3,000.00 - 5,000.00
Sold to floor for (2,250.00 + 438.75) x 1 = 2,688.75
U.S. Starr Arms Breech Loading Percussion Carbine3021U.S. Starr Arms Breech Loading Percussion Carbine
Manufactured between 1862-1865. Blade front and 2-leaf rear sights with "STARR ARMS CO. YONKERS N.Y." and "F.D.L." on the barre...
Estimates : 1,200.00 - 1,800.00
Sold to floor for (1,800.00 + 351.00) x 1 = 2,151.00
Sharps New Model 1859 Cartridge Conversion Saddle Ring Carbine3022Sharps New Model 1859 Cartridge Conversion Saddle Ring Carbine
This is an example of a percussion Civil War carbine converted during the Indian Wars that was to fire the .50-70 center fire cartridge. This carbine
Estimates : 1,000.00 - 1,500.00
Sold to floor for (1,600.00 + 312.00) x 1 = 1,912.00
Historic Remington Model 1863 New Model Navy Revolver3023Historic Remington Model 1863 New Model Navy Revolver
This is a solid example of a Remington New Model Navy Revolver with Civil War history to both a relative of Robert E Lee and Daniel Boone. Remington m
Estimates : 5,000.00 - 15,000.00
Sold to floor for (3,000.00 + 585.00) x 1 = 3,585.00
Confederate Cavalry Officer's Inscribed Colt Model 1849 Pocket Revolver3024Confederate Cavalry Officer's Inscribed Colt Model 1849 Pocket Revolver
This Colt Model 1849 Pocket Revolver was manufactured during the Civil War in 1863. The revolver back strap is period inscribed: "B.F. Winfield...
Estimates : 4,000.00 - 8,000.00
Sold to floor for (5,500.00 + 1,072.50) x 1 = 6,572.50
Excellent Tiffany & Co. Civil War Era Cavalry Officer's Sabre with Scabbard3025Excellent Tiffany & Co. Civil War Era Cavalry Officer's Sabre with Scabbard
Double fuller blade, 36" long with a flat spine, "U.S." and an American eagle in 6 3/4" long etched panels on the left and right...
Estimates : 1,500.00 - 2,500.00
Sold to floor for (4,000.00 + 780.00) x 1 = 4,780.00
American Dragoon Saber3026American Dragoon Saber
30 inch curved blade, with wide single fullers and 15 3/4 inch panels of niter blue on each side, featuring gold accented arms themed engraving. Stirr
Estimates : 1,200.00 - 1,800.00
Sold to floor for (800.00 + 156.00) x 1 = 956.00
1850 Pattern Staff & Field Officers Sabre with Engraved Scabbard, Sword, Cartridge Belts and a Batty30271850 Pattern Staff & Field Officers Sabre with Engraved Scabbard, Sword, Cartridge Belts and a Batty
No maker's marks are visible on the 30 1/2" double fuller blade, with etched scrollwork on each side, showing an eagle with an "E PLURIBUS...
Estimates : 1,200.00 - 1,700.00
Sold to floor for (1,700.00 + 331.50) x 1 = 2,031.50
U.S. Remington Model 1871 Single Shot Rolling Block Army Pistol3028U.S. Remington Model 1871 Single Shot Rolling Block Army Pistol
Produced circa 1872 - 1888. Blade and notch sights, with the left side of the frame marked "P" and "S", along with the 2 line ad...
Estimates : 1,100.00 - 1,600.00
Sold to floor for (1,600.00 + 312.00) x 1 = 1,912.00
Fine Civil War Martially Inspected Remington New Model Army Percussion Revolver3029Fine Civil War Martially Inspected Remington New Model Army Percussion Revolver
Produced from 1863 to 1875. Blue pinch blade front sight and top strap groove rear sight, with "PATENTED SEP. 14, 1858 / E. REMINGTON & SONS, I...
Estimates : 2,250.00 - 3,500.00
Sold to floor for (2,250.00 + 438.75) x 1 = 2,688.75
Civil War Starr Arms Model 1863 Single Action Army Revolver3030Civil War Starr Arms Model 1863 Single Action Army Revolver
Manufactured between 1863 and 1865 with approximately 32,000 made and approximately 25,000 purchased under U.S. contract. Dovetail blade front sight a
Estimates : 2,250.00 - 3,250.00
Sold to floor for (2,250.00 + 438.75) x 1 = 2,688.75
Scarce Two Digit Serial Numbered Massachusetts Arms Company Wesson & Leavitt Patent Dragoon Revolver3031Scarce Two Digit Serial Numbered Massachusetts Arms Company Wesson & Leavitt Patent Dragoon Revolver
One of approximately 30 of these Early Type revolvers were manufactured by the Massachusetts Arms Company of Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts in 1850-51.
Estimates : 3,000.00 - 4,500.00
Sold to floor for (3,750.00 + 731.25) x 1 = 4,481.25
Exceptional U.S. Colt Model 1861 Special Rifle-Musket3032Exceptional U.S. Colt Model 1861 Special Rifle-Musket
Colt was given a contract to supply 112,500 of these 1861 Pattern muskets to the Union Army. Colt delivered 75,000 between 1861 and 1865. These musket
Estimates : 5,000.00 - 8,000.00
Sold to floor for (4,000.00 + 780.00) x 1 = 4,780.00
Civil War Spencer Model 1860 Repeating Rifle3033Civil War Spencer Model 1860 Repeating Rifle
Blade front and folding ladder rear sights, with 3 barrel bands and a faint "H" on the left rear section of the barrel. The receiver is ma...
Estimates : 1,800.00 - 2,750.00
Sold to floor for (2,500.00 + 487.50) x 1 = 2,987.50
Scarce Greene Underhammer Rifle3034Scarce Greene Underhammer Rifle
Manufactured by A.H. Waters Armory circa 1859 to early 1860s with a total quantity around 1,500 U.S. plus 3,000 Russian contract (writer believes this
Estimates : 1,000.00 - 1,600.00
Sold to floor for (950.00 + 185.25) x 1 = 1,135.25
U.S. Remington Conversion of Model 1816 (To Maynard Priming System) Percussion Musket Dated 18573035U.S. Remington Conversion of Model 1816 (To Maynard Priming System) Percussion Musket Dated 1857
Dated 1857 on barrel tang and lock plate, with standard Remington lock plate markings. Equipped with a Maynard priming device, bayonet lug on top of b
Estimates : 850.00 - 1,400.00
Sold to floor for (1,500.00 + 292.50) x 1 = 1,792.50
U.S. Pomeroy Contract Model 1816 Percussion Conversion Musket with Bayonet3036U.S. Pomeroy Contract Model 1816 Percussion Conversion Musket with Bayonet
Standard marking on the 1836 dated lock plate with the upper tang also dated 1836. Belgian style percussion conversion. Barrel at the breech has &qu...
Estimates : 850.00 - 1,300.00
Sold to floor for (1,000.00 + 195.00) x 1 = 1,195.00
Excellent U.S. Remington Model 1863 Percussion Contract Rifle3037Excellent U.S. Remington Model 1863 Percussion Contract Rifle
Model 1863 Percussion Rifle ("Zouave Rifle") manufactured by Remington Arms in Illion, New York in 1863. The Model 1863 Rifle was an impro...
Estimates : 3,500.00 - 5,500.00
Sold to floor for (3,500.00 + 682.50) x 1 = 4,182.50
U.S. Springfield Model 1816/1862 Civil War Hewes & Phillips Conversion Percussion Musket3038U.S. Springfield Model 1816/1862 Civil War Hewes & Phillips Conversion Percussion Musket
This Model 1816 Springfield Musket has a bolster conversion preformed by Hewes & Phillips of Newark, New Jersey and features a distinctive percussion
Estimates : 1,200.00 - 1,800.00
Sold to floor for (1,400.00 + 273.00) x 1 = 1,673.00
U.S. Hall/Harpers Ferry Model 1819 Hall Breech-Loading Percussion Conversion Rifle3039U.S. Hall/Harpers Ferry Model 1819 Hall Breech-Loading Percussion Conversion Rifle
The Hall Rifle is a significant U.S. military firearm. The Model 1819 Rifle was the first breech loading military arm produced in large quantities and
Estimates : 1,100.00 - 1,700.00
Sold to 9103alanl for (1,200.00 + 234.00) x 1 = 1,434.00
Civil War U.S. Parkers Snow Model 1861 Percussion Rifled-Musket3040Civil War U.S. Parkers Snow Model 1861 Percussion Rifled-Musket
The 1863 dated lock plate is marked with the eagle/shield motif over "U.S." and "PARKERS' SNOW & CO / MERIDEN, CONN." The barrel...
Estimates : 1,100.00 - 1,600.00
Sold to floor for (2,250.00 + 438.75) x 1 = 2,688.75
Civil War U.S. Springfield Model 1861 Percussion Rifle Musket3041Civil War U.S. Springfield Model 1861 Percussion Rifle Musket
This is an early Civil War 1862 dated example of a Springfield Armory 1861 pattern rifle-musket, the primary Civil War musket as used by the Union for
Estimates : 750.00 - 1,300.00
Sold to floor for (1,100.00 + 214.50) x 1 = 1,314.50
Very Fine Civil War Martially Marked Remington New Model 1858 Army Percussion Revolver3042Very Fine Civil War Martially Marked Remington New Model 1858 Army Percussion Revolver
One of the most widely used handguns of the Civil War, the Remington New Model Army was the primary revolver issued to Union cavalry after the fire at
Estimates : 3,000.00 - 4,000.00
Sold to floor for (5,500.00 + 1,072.50) x 1 = 6,572.50
Scarce Allen & Wheelock Center Hammer Lipfire Army Revolver3043Scarce Allen & Wheelock Center Hammer Lipfire Army Revolver
Also known as the 2nd Model Lipfire, this revolver was manufactured in the early 1860's with a total production of only about 250. The left side barre
Estimates : 2,250.00 - 3,250.00
Sold to floor for (4,500.00 + 877.50) x 1 = 5,377.50
Excellent U.S. Contract Rogers & Spencer Army Model Percussion Civil War Revolver3044Excellent U.S. Contract Rogers & Spencer Army Model Percussion Civil War Revolver
One of 5,800 percussion revolvers manufactured circa 1863- 65 by Rogers & Spencer of Willow Dale, New York, (which is near Utica). The U.S. Ordnance c
Estimates : 5,000.00 - 7,000.00
Sold to floor for (4,000.00 + 780.00) x 1 = 4,780.00
Civil War Martially Inspected E. Whitney Second Model (Fourth Type) Navy Percussion Revolver3045Civil War Martially Inspected E. Whitney Second Model (Fourth Type) Navy Percussion Revolver
Pin front and groove rear sights, with the top barrel flat marked "E. WHITNEY / N. HAVEN". Matching numbers on the loading lever, barrel ...
Estimates : 3,750.00 - 5,500.00
Sold to floor for (5,000.00 + 975.00) x 1 = 5,975.00
Excellent Remington Model 1875 Single Action Army Revolver3046Excellent Remington Model 1875 Single Action Army Revolver
This is a excellent and totally original example of a Remington Model 1875 Single Action Army Revolver. These revolvers were manufactured circa 1875 t
Estimates : 4,500.00 - 7,000.00
Sold to floor for (8,500.00 + 1,657.50) x 1 = 10,157.50
Civil War Martially Marked Remington New Model 1858 Army Percussion Revolver3047Civil War Martially Marked Remington New Model 1858 Army Percussion Revolver
One of the most widely used handguns of the Civil War, the Remington New Model Army was the primary revolver issued to Union Cavalry after the fire at
Estimates : 1,600.00 - 2,500.00
Sold to floor for (2,000.00 + 390.00) x 1 = 2,390.00
U.S. Remington Model 1871 Single Shot Rolling Block Army Pistol3048U.S. Remington Model 1871 Single Shot Rolling Block Army Pistol
Produced circa 1872 - 1888. Blade and notch sights, with the left side of the frame marked "P" and "S", along with the 2 line ad...
Estimates : 1,800.00 - 2,750.00
Sold to floor for (1,800.00 + 351.00) x 1 = 2,151.00
Remington Double Action Conversion New Model Belt Revolver3049Remington Double Action Conversion New Model Belt Revolver
Manufactured from 1863 to 1873, and subsequently factory converted to metallic cartridge. Standard three line patent dates/address/model barrel markin
Estimates : 2,250.00 - 3,250.00
Sold to floor for (2,250.00 + 438.75) x 1 = 2,688.75