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.
Next to the Raphael revolver, the Model 1859 Perrin Revolver is probably the lea..
On January 25, 1856 one of the first, and most important long arms to be derived from the Pattern 18..
This is a wonderful example of early 19th Century American military ingenuity, a cartridge belt..
The firearms produced by Louis-François Devisme (pronounced div-eem) of Paris are among the most hig..
The Remington Rolling Block series of pistols used by the US military during the late 1860s and earl..
The Birmingham based gunmaking firm of Tipping & Lawden was the trade name partnership between T..
In 1867 Charles W. and Samuel S. Hopkins, along with Charles H. Allen purchased the faltering Bacon ..
This is a scarce example of the Colt’s Patent Firearms revolver powder flask used by the Prussian Ro..
In 1841 the US Ordnance Department decided to have 500 percussion “Cadet Muskets” manufactured for u..
Offered here is a nice, untouched example of the single cavity round ball bullet mold produced for i..
This is a very nice example of a relatively scarce “Navy Sized” flask by the American Flask Company ..
Offered here is a wonderful condition Brass English bullet mold by the famous London mould making fi..