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Skinnner’s sale of November first includes many fine lots with specific associations to soldiers or units from the revolutionary war and civil war. Pictured are two 1767 dated Dublin Castle pistols that are marked to the 16th light dragoons, one of only two light dragoon units that fought in the rev war. Other losts with specific provenance or associations include a trunk, sword and related items of Captain Trafton of 27th Massachusetts Volunteer infantry, and Daniel Barns engraved powder horn, dated 1775, from the siege of Boston.

Other lots in the sale include a CS Leech and Rigdon officers sword, A volcanic Carbine, a model 1861 ten pounder Parrott rifle, The hand form the statue of George III in New York City, A Winchester model 1873 and several fine Kentucky style flintlock rifles.