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Rock Island - Premiere Collector's Firearms Auction

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The first great firearms sale of the decade.
An encyclopedic selection of Colts, Winchesters, U.S. and German Military, Sporting Arms, 19th Century American Arms, & Americana.
U.S. Springfield Model 1855 Pistol-Carbine3050U.S. Springfield Model 1855 Pistol-Carbine
This U.S. Springfield Model 1855 Pistol-Carbine with attachable buttstock that was manufactured in 1856. The Springfield Armory manufactured 4,021 of
Estimates : 6,000.00 - 8,000.00
Sold to floor for (6,000.00 + 1,170.00) x 1 = 7,170.00
Presentation Engraved Gold-Plated Aston Model 1842 Percussion Pistol3051Presentation Engraved Gold-Plated Aston Model 1842 Percussion Pistol
This U.S. contract Model 1842 smoothbore percussion pistol was manufactured by Henry Aston of Middletown, Connecticut in 1847 and subsequently embelli
Estimates : 6,500.00 - 9,500.00
Sold to floor for (10,000.00 + 1,950.00) x 1 = 11,950.00
Exceptional U.S. Model 1817 Flintlock Rifle3052Exceptional U.S. Model 1817 Flintlock Rifle
This is an excellent example of a U.S. Model 1817 "Common Rifle" that was manufactured by Robert and John D. Johnson in Middletown, Connec...
Estimates : 7,500.00 - 9,500.00
Sold to floor for (8,500.00 + 1,657.50) x 1 = 10,157.50
Excellent Scarce Civil War U.S. Harpers Ferry Model 1855 Percussion Rifle3053Excellent Scarce Civil War U.S. Harpers Ferry Model 1855 Percussion Rifle
This highly desirable Model 1855 Percussion two-band rifle was manufactured by the U.S. Arsenal at Harpers Ferry, Virginia, in 1860.The Model 1855 rif
Estimates : 5,500.00 - 7,500.00
Sold to notnurb for (7,000.00 + 1,365.00) x 1 = 8,365.00
Springfield Model 1855 Percussion Pistol-Carbine3054Springfield Model 1855 Percussion Pistol-Carbine
This is a scarce example of a Model 1855 Pistol-Carbine that was manufactured by Springfield Armory in 1856. This unique weapon features an attachable
Estimates : 6,000.00 - 9,000.00
Sold to floor for (4,750.00 + 926.25) x 1 = 5,676.25
Outstanding Waters Contract U.S. Model 1836 Flintlock Pistol3055Outstanding Waters Contract U.S. Model 1836 Flintlock Pistol
This is an exceptional example of a U.S. Model 1836 flintlock pistol that was manufactured by Asa Waters of Millbury, Massachusetts, in 1837. The pist
Estimates : 5,000.00 - 7,000.00
Sold to floor for (4,750.00 + 926.25) x 1 = 5,676.25
U.S. Model 1836 Johnson Flintlock Pistol3056U.S. Model 1836 Johnson Flintlock Pistol
This U.S. Model 1836 flintlock pistol was manufactured in 1842 by Robert Johnson of Middletown, Connecticut. The barrel and iron furniture are finis
Estimates : 1,800.00 - 2,750.00
Sold to floor for (2,250.00 + 438.75) x 1 = 2,688.75
Virginia Manufactory Marked 2nd Model Flintlock Pistol3057Virginia Manufactory Marked 2nd Model Flintlock Pistol
Also known as the Virginia-Richmond Flintlock Pistol, these pistols were manufactured circa 1812 to 1815 with a total production of only approximately
Estimates : 5,500.00 - 8,500.00
Sold to floor for (4,250.00 + 828.75) x 1 = 5,078.75
U.S. Model 1803 Tower Newland Pattern Flintlock Pistol3058U.S. Model 1803 Tower Newland Pattern Flintlock Pistol
The New York militia purchased this pistol from the English Depot in New York in 1805 for the Dutchess County Militia then commanded by Lieutenant Col
Estimates : 2,500.00 - 4,500.00
Sold to floor for (3,000.00 + 585.00) x 1 = 3,585.00
U.S. Model 1836 Waters Flintlock Pistol3059U.S. Model 1836 Waters Flintlock Pistol
This U.S. Waters contract Model 1836 flintlock pistol that was manufactured by Asa Waters of Millbury, Massachusetts, in 1838. The pistol has the dist
Estimates : 2,250.00 - 3,250.00
Sold to floor for (3,250.00 + 633.75) x 1 = 3,883.75
U.S. Harper's Ferry Model 1836 Hall Breech Loading Percussion Carbine3060U.S. Harper's Ferry Model 1836 Hall Breech Loading Percussion Carbine
Model 1836 Hall breech loading carbine that was manufactured by U.S. Armory at Harper's Ferry, Virginia, between 1837 and 1840. The Harper's Ferry Arm
Estimates : 2,750.00 - 4,250.00
Sold to floor for (5,000.00 + 975.00) x 1 = 5,975.00
Rare 1855 Dated U.S. Springfield Model 1847 Sappers Musketoon3061Rare 1855 Dated U.S. Springfield Model 1847 Sappers Musketoon
This is a rare example of a U.S. Springfield Model 1847 Sappers Musketoon, a.k.a "Sappers and Miners", manufactured in 1855. In 1855 a tot...
Estimates : 2,250.00 - 3,500.00
Sold to floor for (2,250.00 + 438.75) x 1 = 2,688.75
Ames U.S. Navy Jenks Carbine3062Ames U.S. Navy Jenks Carbine
This is an example of a Jenks "Mule Ear'' carbine that was manufactured by N.P. Ames of Springfield, Massachusetts, for the U.S. Navy in 1846. ...
Estimates : 2,250.00 - 3,250.00
Sold to floor for (3,250.00 + 633.75) x 1 = 3,883.75
Scarce U.S. Springfield Model 1847 Musketoon3063Scarce U.S. Springfield Model 1847 Musketoon
Manufactured circa 1848 to 1859 with an estimated production of somewhere between 5,800 and 6,700. The Model 1847 Musketoon was the primary shoulder a
Estimates : 1,600.00 - 2,500.00
Sold to floor for (1,600.00 + 312.00) x 1 = 1,912.00
Bartlett Contract U.S. Model 1808 Flintlock Musket3064Bartlett Contract U.S. Model 1808 Flintlock Musket
This Asher and Pliny Bartlett of Springfield, Massachusetts produced Model 1808 is likely a state contract musket featuring a lock plate without the f
Estimates : 1,400.00 - 2,250.00
Sold to floor for (1,500.00 + 292.50) x 1 = 1,792.50
U.S. R. Johnson Model 1836 Flintlock Pistol3065U.S. R. Johnson Model 1836 Flintlock Pistol
Manufactured from 1836 to 1844 by Robert Johnson of Middletown, Connecticut, with this example produced in 1842. Brass blade front and groove rear sig
Estimates : 2,000.00 - 3,250.00
Sold to floor for (2,500.00 + 487.50) x 1 = 2,987.50
Fine U.S. Asa Waters Model 1836 Flintlock Pistol3066Fine U.S. Asa Waters Model 1836 Flintlock Pistol
Manufactured from 1836 to 1844. Blade front and groove rear sights, with "US/JCS/P" on the upper left side of the barrel. The lock plate ...
Estimates : 2,000.00 - 3,000.00
Sold to floor for (2,000.00 + 390.00) x 1 = 2,390.00
U.S. Navy Model 1814 John Shuler Contract Flintlock Pistol3067U.S. Navy Model 1814 John Shuler Contract Flintlock Pistol
In 1815, John Shuler received a contract from the U.S. Navy in which he used parts from his 1808 Army contract and parts furnished by Schuylkill Arsen
Estimates : 2,000.00 - 3,000.00
Sold to floor for (3,750.00 + 731.25) x 1 = 4,481.25
U.S. Evans Contract Model 1826 Naval Flintlock Pistol3068U.S. Evans Contract Model 1826 Naval Flintlock Pistol
Manufactured circa 1830 to 1831. This is one of less than 1,000 Model 1826 Navy Pistols manufactured by W.L. Evans of Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. The
Estimates : 1,400.00 - 2,250.00
Sold to floor for (3,750.00 + 731.25) x 1 = 4,481.25
U.S. Asa Waters Model 1836 Flintlock Pistol3069U.S. Asa Waters Model 1836 Flintlock Pistol
Manufactured from 1836 to 1844. Blade front and groove rear sights, with "JH/P" on the upper left side of the barrel. The lock plate is m...
Estimates : 1,400.00 - 2,250.00
Sold to floor for (1,500.00 + 292.50) x 1 = 1,792.50
Spectacular U.S. Burnside Model 1864 Breechloading Percussion Carbine3070Spectacular U.S. Burnside Model 1864 Breechloading Percussion Carbine
Produced circa 1863-1865. Blade front and two leaf folding rear sights, with "CAST STEEL 1864" and "MM" on top of the barrel. Th...
Estimates : 4,000.00 - 5,500.00
Sold to floor for (5,500.00 + 1,072.50) x 1 = 6,572.50
Excellent Civil War Smith Carbine3071Excellent Civil War Smith Carbine
This Smith Carbine was manufactured by American Machine Works in Springfield, Massachusetts c. 1861-65. The carbine has a blue part-round/part-octagon
Estimates : 3,500.00 - 4,750.00
Sold to floor for (4,500.00 + 877.50) x 1 = 5,377.50
Excellent Cased Three Barrel Set Maynard Single Shot Percussion Rifle/Shotgun with Target Attributed3072Excellent Cased Three Barrel Set Maynard Single Shot Percussion Rifle/Shotgun with Target Attributed
This is an excellent example of a cased Maynard single shot percussion longarm with two rifle barrels, one shotgun barrel, and accessories. Included w
Estimates : 50,000.00 - 100,000.00
Sold to floor for (25,000.00 + 4,875.00) x 1 = 29,875.00
Historic Completely Original Civil War Berdan's Sharpshooters Sharps New Model 1859 Breechloading Ri3073Historic Completely Original Civil War Berdan's Sharpshooters Sharps New Model 1859 Breechloading Ri
This Historic Sharps Model 1859 rifle manufactured in March-April 1862. This rifle is one of the 2000 Sharps Model 1859 rifles ordered specifically fo
Estimates : 10,000.00 - 15,000.00
Sold to floor for (10,000.00 + 1,950.00) x 1 = 11,950.00
Rare Civil War Spencer Navy Model Rifle3074Rare Civil War Spencer Navy Model Rifle
Manufactured circa 1862, only 709 rifles were made in this pattern and the entire production was purchased by the Navy. The top of the receiver is mar
Estimates : 7,500.00 - 9,500.00
Sold to floor for (7,500.00 + 1,462.50) x 1 = 8,962.50
Exceptional Spencer Repeating Sporting Rifle3075Exceptional Spencer Repeating Sporting Rifle
Very few sporting rifles were manufactured by Spencer and educated estimates put total production well under a few thousand. The action first went int
Estimates : 7,500.00 - 9,500.00
Sold to floor for (7,000.00 + 1,365.00) x 1 = 8,365.00
Spectacular Civil War Burnside Breech-Loading Carbine3076Spectacular Civil War Burnside Breech-Loading Carbine
This Burnside Carbine was manufactured by the Burnside Rifle Co., of Providence, Rhode Island, late in the Civil War. The carbine has the distinctive
Estimates : 3,750.00 - 5,500.00
Sold to floor for (4,500.00 + 877.50) x 1 = 5,377.50
Grouping of Images of Brigadier General William E Strong, Veteran of the First Battle of Bull Run3077Grouping of Images of Brigadier General William E Strong, Veteran of the First Battle of Bull Run
Born in New York and raised in Wisconsin, William Strong had just passed the bar exam when he heard of the incident at Fort Sumter and the start of th
Estimates : 1,500.00 - 2,500.00
Sold to floor for (550.00 + 107.25) x 1 = 657.25
NRA Ten Best Weapon Award Winning Rare, Cased Sharps Pistol-Rifle with Accessories and Military Belt3078NRA Ten Best Weapon Award Winning Rare, Cased Sharps Pistol-Rifle with Accessories and Military Belt
Percussion breech-loading pistol-rifle manufactured by C. Sharps & Co., of Philadelphia circa 1857-1860. Sharps manufactured approximately 600 of thes
Estimates : 16,000.00 - 25,000.00
Sold to floor for (14,000.00 + 2,730.00) x 1 = 16,730.00
Historic Civil War Berdan's Sharps Model 1859 Rifle3079Historic Civil War Berdan's Sharps Model 1859 Rifle
This Sharps New Model 1859 rifle was manufactured in March-April 1862 for issue to the 1st and 2nd U.S. Sharpshooter (USS) regiments. Raised by champi
Estimates : 11,000.00 - 16,000.00
Sold to floor for (19,000.00 + 3,705.00) x 1 = 22,705.00
Excellent Colt U.S. Contract Special Model 1861 Rifle-Musket with Bayonet and Sling3080Excellent Colt U.S. Contract Special Model 1861 Rifle-Musket with Bayonet and Sling
This unissued example of a Colt Special Model 1861 Rifle-Musket was manufactured in 1863. Colt manufactured at least 75,000 of these muskets under Ord
Estimates : 5,500.00 - 7,000.00
Sold to floor for (5,500.00 + 1,072.50) x 1 = 6,572.50
Ames U.S. Model 1800 Staff & Field Officer's Sword with Scabbard Inscribed to Colonel Wilcox of The 3081Ames U.S. Model 1800 Staff & Field Officer's Sword with Scabbard Inscribed to Colonel Wilcox of The
Blade is 30 1/2 inches long, with etched decoration on both sides and the Ames scroll logo on the left ricasso. The hilt is gilt finished, with cut-th
Estimates : 3,500.00 - 7,500.00
Sold to floor for (3,250.00 + 633.75) x 1 = 3,883.75
Ames U.S. Model 1850 Foot Officer's Sword with Scabbard3082Ames U.S. Model 1850 Foot Officer's Sword with Scabbard
30 1/2 inch double fuller blade, with the three line Ames, Chicopee, Mass address on the left ricasso, and decorative etching on either side, with an
Estimates : 1,300.00 - 1,900.00
Sold to floor for (1,400.00 + 273.00) x 1 = 1,673.00
WWI M.C. Lilley U.S. Model 1902 Officer's Sword Inscribed to a Military Physician3083WWI M.C. Lilley U.S. Model 1902 Officer's Sword Inscribed to a Military Physician
32 inch single fuller blade, with etched decoration on the spine and sides, and "Starling S. Wilcox/From His Brother/James B. Wilcox/Sept. 10. ...
Estimates : 1,500.00 - 2,500.00
Sold to floor for (800.00 + 156.00) x 1 = 956.00
Inscribed Model 1872 Bent & Bush Officer's Sword with Two Scabbards3084Inscribed Model 1872 Bent & Bush Officer's Sword with Two Scabbards
34 inch single fuller blade, with etched decoration on each side, and "BENT/&/BUSH/BOSTON/MASS" on the right ricasso and "G.L Dodge&q...
Estimates : 1,200.00 - 1,600.00
Sold to floor for (1,200.00 + 234.00) x 1 = 1,434.00
Two U.S. Light Cavalry Swords with Scabbard3085Two U.S. Light Cavalry Swords with Scabbard
1) U.S. Civil War C. Roby 1860 Cavalry Sword, 35 inch double fuller blade with the Roby markings on the left ricasso and the inspector marks and 1865
Estimates : 1,300.00 - 1,900.00
Sold to floor for (1,000.00 + 195.00) x 1 = 1,195.00
Scarce Civil War Production U.S. Contract New Haven Arms Co. Henry Lever Action Rifle3086Scarce Civil War Production U.S. Contract New Haven Arms Co. Henry Lever Action Rifle
This is an example of a U.S. Henry rifle that was manufactured by the New Haven Arms Co., in April 1865. This rifle was probably one of 127 Henry rifl
Estimates : 22,500.00 - 35,000.00
Sold to floor for (40,000.00 + 7,800.00) x 1 = 47,800.00
Historic Identified Civil War New Jersey 5th Regiment Sharps New Model 1863 Military Rifle with Insc3087Historic Identified Civil War New Jersey 5th Regiment Sharps New Model 1863 Military Rifle with Insc
This Sharps New Model 1863 Rifle belonged to Private Patrick Downey of the New Jersey Company I, 5th Regiment and Company G, 7th Regiment during the A
Estimates : 5,000.00 - 7,500.00
Sold to floor for (4,250.00 + 828.75) x 1 = 5,078.75
Spectacular Civil War New Jersey Marked Colt Special Model 1861 Rifle-Musket3088Spectacular Civil War New Jersey Marked Colt Special Model 1861 Rifle-Musket
This Colt Special Model 1861 Rifle-Musket was manufactured in 1863. This musket is stamped with "N.J." on the left side of the barrel and ...
Estimates : 5,500.00 - 7,000.00
Sold to floor for (3,250.00 + 633.75) x 1 = 3,883.75
Civil War New Jersey Militia Marked Trenton Contract U.S. Model 1861 U.S. Percussion Rifle3089Civil War New Jersey Militia Marked Trenton Contract U.S. Model 1861 U.S. Percussion Rifle
This rifle was contracted by J.T. Hodge and A. M. Burton and manufactured at the Trenton Locomotive and Machine Co., Trenton, New Jersey in 1863 and 1
Estimates : 1,400.00 - 2,250.00
Sold to floor for (1,700.00 + 331.50) x 1 = 2,031.50
Rare Civil War Confederate Morse First Type Carbine3090Rare Civil War Confederate Morse First Type Carbine
Civil War Morse carbine manufactured by the State Military Works in Greenville, South Carolina. The State Military Works manufactured approximately 10
Estimates : 8,000.00 - 12,000.00
Sold to floor for (9,000.00 + 1,755.00) x 1 = 10,755.00
Outstanding Civil War Richmond Armory 1864 Dated Rifle Musket with U.S. Barrel3091Outstanding Civil War Richmond Armory 1864 Dated Rifle Musket with U.S. Barrel
Type III Rifle Musket manufactured by the Richmond Armory, Richmond, Virginia, in 1864. Manufactured with machinery captured from the U.S. Arsenal at
Estimates : 4,250.00 - 5,500.00
Sold to floor for (6,500.00 + 1,267.50) x 1 = 7,767.50
Exceptional, Un-issued U.S. Springfield Armory Model 1842 Percussion Musket3092Exceptional, Un-issued U.S. Springfield Armory Model 1842 Percussion Musket
This is an exceptional example of a Springfield Model 1842 musket. These muskets were manufactured by Springfield Armory and Harpers Ferry from 1844 t
Estimates : 10,000.00 - 15,000.00
Sold to floor for (7,000.00 + 1,365.00) x 1 = 8,365.00
Outstanding Harpers Ferry U.S. Model 1855 Percussion Rifle-Musket3093Outstanding Harpers Ferry U.S. Model 1855 Percussion Rifle-Musket
Model 1855 rifle-musket manufactured by the U.S. Armory at Harpers Ferry, Virginia, in 1858. The Harpers Ferry Armory produced a total of 12,158 Mode
Estimates : 4,250.00 - 6,500.00
Sold to floor for (4,000.00 + 780.00) x 1 = 4,780.00
Civil War Sharps New Model 1859 Breechloading Rifle3094Civil War Sharps New Model 1859 Breechloading Rifle
This solid original Sharps Model 1859 rifle was manufactured in 1862. This three-band rifle has a brass blade front sight mounted on a block that serv
Estimates : 4,500.00 - 5,500.00
Sold to floor for (4,250.00 + 828.75) x 1 = 5,078.75
Excellent Civil War U.S. Springfield Model 1863 Type I Rifle Musket3095Excellent Civil War U.S. Springfield Model 1863 Type I Rifle Musket
This U.S. Model 1863 Rifle Musket was manufactured by Springfield Armory in 1864. The musket has the distinctive Model 1863 bevel-edged hammer, bolste
Estimates : 3,750.00 - 5,500.00
Sold to floor for (3,500.00 + 682.50) x 1 = 4,182.50
Fine U.S. Springfield Armory Model 1855 Percussion Rifled-Musket3096Fine U.S. Springfield Armory Model 1855 Percussion Rifled-Musket
This is a very fine, original example of a U.S. Springfield Armory Model 1855 Rifled-Musket that was manufactured prior to the Civil War in 1860. The
Estimates : 3,000.00 - 4,500.00
Sold to floor for (3,500.00 + 682.50) x 1 = 4,182.50
Scarce Springfield Armory U.S. Model 1851 Percussion Cadet Musket3097Scarce Springfield Armory U.S. Model 1851 Percussion Cadet Musket
These Cadet Muskets were made from 1851-1853 and utilized the small Model 1847 Musketoon lock. A total of 4,000 of these scaled-down muskets were manu
Estimates : 2,250.00 - 3,250.00
Sold to floor for (2,250.00 + 438.75) x 1 = 2,688.75
Exceptional Civil War Greene Patent Bolt Action Percussion Rifle3098Exceptional Civil War Greene Patent Bolt Action Percussion Rifle
One of 4500 produced by A.H. Waters Armory, the Greene Patent Rifle holds the distinction of being the first bolt action rifle purchased by the U.S. g
Estimates : 7,000.00 - 12,000.00
Sold to floor for (8,000.00 + 1,560.00) x 1 = 9,560.00
Scarce Antique Hanes Excelsior Impact Grenade and a DuPont Grenade Cap Tin3099Scarce Antique Hanes Excelsior Impact Grenade and a DuPont Grenade Cap Tin
1) Patented in 1862, the Hanes Excelsior consists of a central ball, ringed with 14 percussion caps and filled with the explosive payload, which is th
Estimates : 2,500.00 - 3,500.00
Sold to floor for (4,500.00 + 877.50) x 1 = 5,377.50