Skinner’s second edition of the William Rose Colonial and Revolutionary War Arms Collection will highlight rare military arms and equipment from the 17th and 18th centuries. Leading the upcoming event is a pattern 1756 Long Land Service Musket carried by Edmund D. Thomas of the New Jersey Continental Line. It has a caliber of 0.80 and a muzzle with a brass blade front sight.
Other important items used during the American Revolutionary War will be offered for sale. Among them is a James Potter Loyalist Cavalry Saber from around 1778. Potter took an oath of loyalty to the British Government in October of 1776. The saber features the owner’s name, a large iron hilt, and seven small notches on the knuckle bow. British Colonel Charles Churchill’s 10th Dragoon Regiment pistol is also available. To view the full catalog or to bid, visit Skinner.
Lot Categories:Collectibles (188)
# of Lots:188
Price Range:$100 - $15,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Pattern 1756 Long Land Service Musket Carried by Edmund D. Thomas of the New Jersey Continental Line with C13 Mark and Later Modified|| Estimate: |
|Rare 4th Battalion New Jersey Volunteers Pattern 1756 Long Land Service Musket|| Estimate: |
|James Potter Loyalist Cavalry Saber|| Estimate: |
|British Colonel Charles Churchill's 10th Dragoons Regiment Pistol|| Estimate: |
|Engraved Gilt Brass British Officer's Gorget|| Estimate: |