Carbines

A) Early Model 1862 Joslyn Carbine. I'd to Mahlon Paxson, Co. F, 75th Indiana Regiment. Excellent example complete with brass mounts.....SOLD

B) M1875 Ballard Carbine, .44 caliber. The metal is all smooth and quite nice. The stock has had some repairs.....$1695

C) Model 1859 Sharps Carbine with proper Sharps' markings present however affected by pitting.....$2950

D) Burnside Carbine made by the Burnside Rifle Co., Providence Rhode Island. All original and functional.....$1250

E) Second Model Maynard Carbine. Outside frame marked "Manufactured By Mass. Arms Co. Chicopee Falls". Inside frame is marked "Edward Maynard Patentee May 27, 1851 Dec. 6 1859". There are two army inspector's cartouches. Stock is fine with no wood loss, no breaks, no repairs.....SOLD

F) Model 1860 Spencer Repeating Carbine, early War issue, serial number 45,XXX. All original and functional. Seven shot repeater loaded by magazine tube fitted through center of buttstock,,,,,$2450

G) Gallager Carbine (Philadelphia). Standard production model with correct markings and serial # 14XXX. Complete with patchbox, saddle ring and bar. Iron mounted with case-hardened frame and blued .50 caliber barrel.....SOLD

H) Model 1860 Spencer Repeating Carbine, serial 30,xxx. All original and functional. Seven shot repeater loaded by magazine tube fitted through center of buttstock.....$2325

I) Model 1863 Sharps Carbine. Serial # is only 27 digits from one identified to Co. H 6th New York Vol. Cavalry. The metal is somewhat rough but you can see the markings. There is at least one cartouche right above the saddle bar.....SOLD

J) Model 1862 Joslyn that has been sportorized. The bore size is a .38. Serial # 15336. A rather interesting piece. Brass butt plate.....SOLD

K) Burnside Carbine made by the Burnside Rifle Co., Providence Rhode Island. Very nice, all original and functional. Two cartouches. Some bluing still present on various parts. .56 calibre.....$1895

L) Smith Carbine "artillery model" manufactured in Chicopee Falls, Mass. and distributed from Baltimore Maryland. Correct markings on frame, serial # 10XXX, cartouche easily visible, both sling swivels present. Wood has nice color.....SOLD

M) Merrill Carbine (Baltimore Maryland), 1st Type, .54 cal., breechloader, brass barrel band, buttplate, patchbox, and trigger guard. Sling ring present.....SOLD

N) Model 1860 Spencer Carbine. Serial # 31496 which is only 18 digits from one identified to Co. G. 6th Indiana Volunteer Cavalry. All original parts and fully functional.....$2450

O) Model 1863 Sharps Carbine. Sharps' markings on lockplate. Saddle bar and ring present. Iron is rather crusty. Condition is a testimony to its use in the War. The wood however is quite attractive.....$1750

P) Model 1859 Sharps Carbine. Very nice condition with all the proper markings. Well maintained.....SOLD

Q) Smith Carbine, cavalry model, made by Massachusetts Arms Co. of Chicopee Falls Mass. About 30,000 made. 50 caliber, percussion, breechloader. Sold by agents Poultney and Trimble of Baltimore Maryland. Very fine condition with a lot of the original finish still present. Must say it is the best one I have had. Serial number is in the range of the 14th Kansas Volunteer Cavalry.....$2350

R) Burnside carbine, 3rd Model, serial number is in the range of the 2nd Texas Vol. Cavalry.....$1625 (Click images to view larger)

S) Model 1852 Sharps Carbine. Sharps' markings on lockplate and tang. Brass buttplate, patchbox (numbered) and barrel band. Saddle bar and ring present. Beaver tail sight. All original. Early Sharps model. Type used by military to fight Indians out West.....$3475

T) Model 1860 Spencer Carbine, (Boston Mass.) serial # 39,XXX, cartouche present, all original.....$2450

U) Gallager Carbine, complete with patchbox, saddle ring and bar. Has been re-blued and re-stamped. Low serial # 121. Smooth metal throughout and is in excellent condition.....$1250

V) Gallager Carbine (Philadelphia), all complete with patchbox, saddle ring and bar. Serial number is in the range of the 4th Tennessee Mounted Infantry.....$1675

W) Second Model Maynard Carbine a/k/a Maynard Model 1863. 50 caliber. Both sides of frame marked, saddle bar and sling ring present, cartouche on side of stock. Inspector's mark on barrel. Frame and barrel is tight. Lots of character on this one with many battle stories to tell.....$1325

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