Antique Firearms



Oakleaf Militaria, Inc. sells only firearms manufactured on or before 1898. The U.S. Federal government exempts antique firearms from ATF regulation as these are designated as collectibles. Please confirm with your state and local governments to make certain of any legal responsibility on your part. Oakleaf Militaria, Inc. complies with all applicable laws pertaining to the sale of antique firearms.

Wide Awake ( maker) five shot cylinder

169AF1 - Wide Awake ( maker) five shot cylinder .32 cal. rimfire pistol. Civil War era timeframe. $100. More Photos

Colt Military Model 1873-1877 single action revolver with one piece ivory grip

169AF10 - Colt Military Model 1873-1877 single action revolver with one piece ivory grip. Serial # 23,144. . 45 cal. Research provided by Colt Manufacturing Company, LLC. informs us that this Model 1877 was delivered to dealer Hodgkins & Haigh, NY. April 8, 1876. Replaced hammer. There appears to be the Roman numeral XV carved in the grip. $7,000. More Photos

Allen & Wheellock Pepperbox with original bluing

169AF11 - Allen & Wheellock Pepperbox with original bluing on six cylinder barrel manufactured in Worcester, MA as indicated on the barrel. Cap & ball revolving pepperbox pre-Civil War .32 caliber. Patent date 1845. $900. More Photos

Colt Model 1849 Pocket Revolver

169AF2 - Colt Model 1849 Pocket Revolver. This 6.5 inch octagonal barrel, six shot percussion revolver with serial # 244929 presents all matching numbered parts. The cylinder retains its evident horse-drawn coach scene. $2500. More Photos

Colt 1851 Navy Military marked with  U S  under COLTS PATENT

169AF3 - Colt 1851 Navy Military marked with " U S " under COLTS PATENT, .36 cal. Serial # 70425. Nice engraved naval combat scene between the navies of the United Sstates and Mexico on the cylinder. Original matching numbered parts. $3600. More Photos

Colt Model 1860 Army  .44 cal

169AF4 - Colt Model 1860 Army .44 cal. One of the most widely used pistols used during the Civil War. Serial #179946. All original and matching numbered parts. $2400. More Photos

Waters 1836 Flintlock pistol with U.S. government proof marked and dated 1839

169AF5 - Waters 1836 Flintlock pistol with U.S. government proof marked and dated 1839. Flintlock is a .69 caliber. Backstrap and all metal plates and band match in good condition. $2,000. More Photos

Colt Model 1877 Lightning SERIAL # 95202  with letter from Colt

169AF9 - Colt Model 1877 Lightning SERIAL # 95202 with letter from Colt. Double action .38 cal. with 4.5 inch barrel Letter states the firearm was originally sent to Thomas Cassidy July 14, 1894. Nickel plated. $1800. More Photos

Smith & Wesson Model 1.5, Serial # 23560

169AF8 - Smith & Wesson Model 1.5, Serial # 23560 appears on butt. Civil War period, .32 cal. Patented 1859 & 1865. $750. More Photos

Colt Model 1862 New Police

169AF7 - Colt Model 1862 New Police. Serial # 27917 with all matching numbered parts. $1300. More Photos

Simeon North 1816 flintlock manufactured approximately 1819

169AF6 - Simeon North 1816 flintlock manufactured approximately 1819. North was the first to be awarded a U.S. government contract for firearms. The original wood ramrod is included. The U.S. Army proof stamp is on the side plate along with the S. NORTH name. $2750. More Photos

Colt Army model 1860 single action .44 caliber revolver

165AF1 - Colt Army model 1860 single action .44 caliber revolver. This revolver designed by Samuel Colt was used by both the Union and Confederacy during the American Civil War. The Colt Manufacturing Company produced over 200,000 of the model 1860 from 1860 - 1873. This firearm exhibits its original finish and wood grips. All metal parts have matching numbers. The Colt Manufacturing Company is stamped along the top of the 8.0 inch barrel and cylinder. According to the manufacturer's specifications the gun weighs 2.11 pounds. This widely used six cylinder revolver fires a paper wrapped muzzle loaded .44 cal cartridge. The gun was accurate up to 75 -100 yards. The Colt model 1860 was the most used revolver during the Civil War. $1899. More Photos