This is a lovely ninth plate ambrotype of an enlisted Union soldier who is proudly displaying his me..
This is a VERY GOOD example of the US Model 1855 Type I .58 Socket Bayonet, complete with ..
This is a rarely encountered, unissued example of a World War II production US M4 Bayonet by the fa..
In 1812, the US military began the process of improving and upgrading the design of the “Charleville..
I have always had an affinity for odd and rare US Model 1816 percussion conversion variations, and c..
This is a VERY GOOD condition example of the US Model 1835/40 Socket Bayonet in ..
This is really nice example of a rather scarce US socket bayonet. The US Model 1851 Cadet Musket Soc..
This is wonderful early war Confederate sixth plate ambrotype of a young Confederate soldier armed w..
This is a VERY FINE+ example of one of the most popular metallic cartridge revolvers of the Ame..
The Remington “Army” .44 percussion revolver was the primary competition to the Colt M1860 .44 percu..
The Austrian Model 1842 Musket was the standard infantry long arm of the Austrian military prior to ..
Probably no bayonet of the Civil War era is more instantly recognizable than the US Model 1861 Bowie..