Blue Line ($500 to $2,000)
Great items with shorter descriptions but the same high quality photos - all in the $500 to $2,000 price range - many identifiable by the blue background.
Offered here is a really nice example of the Pattern 1853 Enfield Rifle Musket a..
On January 25, 1856 one of the first, and most important long arms to be derived from the Pattern 18..
In 1814, the Oldenburg Monarchy, also known as the Dano-Norwegian Realm, was partially dissolved due..
There is probably no US fighting knife more associated with the war in the Pacific theater than the&..
In 1877 Colt introduced their first double-action revolver, a design intended to compete with double..
Offered here is a wonderful and rather scarce unopened packet of ten Poultney’s patent metallic foil..
The Birmingham based gunmaking firm of Tipping & Lawden was the trade name partnership between T..
In 1841 the US Ordnance Department decided to have 500 percussion “Cadet Muskets” manufactured for u..
This is a VERY FINE condition example of the US World War II Everitt Knuckle Knife. N..
The very first US Army Air Corps survival knife was adopted in 1934 for use in the “bail out” kit of..
This is a really attractive example of what is referred to as a Tap Action flintlock pisto..
This is a unique and rare saber bayonet that is associated with the famous German immigrant Tur..