The upcoming Historic Arms & Militaria sale, hosted by Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers, will include a wide selection of antique guns. Among 413 lots is an 1812 Virginia Manufactory 2nd model flintlock pistol. The firearm has a .56 bore, a brass butt cap, and a thin brass band at the front of the stock. It is one of few vintage pistols made by a wooden ramrod between 1812 and 1813. A U.S. Navy Elgin cutlass pistol from around 1837 is also available in the listings. A blade produced by N.P. Ames is attached to the pistol’s edge.
Another lot of interest is Eli Kimball’s powder horn. Produced in 1776, the horn is engraved with foliate designs and marked with incised lines. Also available is a Springfield flintlock pistol and a U.S. Navy breech-loading Howitzer. Browse the full catalog and register to bid online by visiting Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Collectibles (412), Firearms & Militaria (351), Historical & Political Memorabilia (61)
# of Lots:413
Price Range:$75- $50,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Russian M. 1805 12-pound Bronze Field Piece|| Estimate: |
|U.S. Navy Elgin Cutlass Pistol|| Estimate: |
|U.S. Navy 350-pound Breech Loading Howitzer|| Estimate: |
|Eli Kimball’s Powder Horn|| Estimate: |
|Pattern 1798 Horseman's Pistol|| Estimate: |