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An antique (Latin: antiquus; "old", "ancient") is an old collectable item. It is collected or desirable because of its age, beauty, rarity, condition, utility, personal emotional connection, and/or other unique features. It is an object that represents a previous era or time period in human society.
It is common practice to define "antique" as applying to objects at least 100 years old.
Antiques are usually objects that show some degree of craftsmanship—or a certain attention to design, such as a desk or an early automobile. They are bought at antique shops, estate sales, auction houses, online auctions, and other venues, or estate inherited. Antique dealers often belong to national trade associations, many of which belong to CINOA, a confederation of art and antique associations across 21 countries that represents 5,000 dealers.
Available is a colt Single action army in .38-40. Comes with a nice holster with a bandolier, and 50 rounds of information. Also comes with an additional hammer. The original hammer works, however the half-cock needs to be rebuilt. The spare hammer works great all 3 positions work. Gun shoots...
Here is something super rare and unusual in this day and age -- a set of ANTIQUE S&W K-Frame Grips.
IIRC this style was made in the 1910s-20s? LMK if you know more definitively. It was hand carved by the kind of old school craftsmen that are in short supply anymore -- featuring...
Hey all, thanks for looking.
I have a replica 1700s Tanegashima match lock musket. I believe it is made by Dixie Gun Works. It is missing the ramrod and the trigger guard.
Now the story on this thing... I had received a call at the shop that I work at about someone trying to find a new home...
This rifle is a beautiful piece of American history. You won't find many like it on today's market. Has born on date on bottom of barrel -1924 there was not alot made and fewer left. Sieze your opportunity to own this rifle. I am open to negotiation on price but would like 3500
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Selling a Nepalese 1837 Brunswick 2 groove rifle. It's an untouched rifle from IMA I cleaned up. In Great shape. Has its original brass buttplate and has a repro nose cap and patch box cover that needs to be fitted/attached.
Great for display. Never fired so ensure you take it a gunsmith...
Looking for 20 or more pieces of 50-70 Govt. brass for reloading
I have cash /Paypal etc or some stuff to trade:
I have a metric bublegum ton of 45-70 new and slightly used brass
Also have a quantity of factory 45-70 Cowboy loaded ammo available
Have some odd bullet moulds and some antique...
I have a couple oddball guns for trade or sale if you happen to be interested. Specifically at this time I have:
Remington (yes, they made rifles for the french in WWI) Mle 1907-15 Berthier in 8mm lebel. This is an interesting rifle that was unfortunately sporterized, but appears to be fully...
As title states,
I'm looking for antique military surplus guns! They dont have to be antique (pre-1899), but I enjoy it when they are, and makes things cheaper when it comes to transferring the gun. I can travel up to Vancouver/Tacoma, or pay for shipping, depending on the situation.
Francotte “The Knock About Gun” 12 gauge
No. 82XX1 was entered in the Von Lengerke & Detmold inventory on June 4, 1925 with the following spec’s: 12 gauge, 26 inch barrels, weight 6 pounds, 8 oz., Drop @ heel = 2 ½ in., Drop @ comb = 1 3/8 in., Length of pull = 14 ¼ in., choked Mod & Full...
** Attention Collectors! . . . Home decorators! . . . Theater Prop Departments! ** These two antique Kellogg candlestick telephones are available individually, or together at a reduced price. After more than a century of aging, use, and storage, they have some patina (OK, so call it dirt...
I have a real old A Leonard & Son rifle. This is a powder rifle and has 4 manual rotating barrels and two triggers (two pairs of shots) But I’m clueless of the actual model. Weighs about 15lbs at least!
My end objective is to sell it, but I’d like to find the rifle model so I can do...
If you clicked on this you already know what you are looking at. This is sought after collector piece in near perfect condition. No Box.
Winchester Model 62A, .22 SL or LR, pump action, break down
One of the original break down backpackers guns
This gun is in near perfect condition!!!!! Very...
Large collection of guns. Here’s a breakdown of what I’m asking on what.
M1Garand with 500 rounds - $1350
Winchester 1899 lever action (.32ws) $1000
Remington model 8 (.25-35 Remington) $1000
1896 Krag $600
1880s Remington rolling block $400
Sks $400 with 100+ rounds
Winchester 69 $200
up for sale is a wonderful piece of early american history and civil war history. It is an 1823 Springfield flintlock, that was converted into a caplock for use in the civil war. I was told, when I bought it, that it was a "dropped" recovery. Now this gun is sturdy, but does have its...