My Collection

Harvey Geyer 1/4 Scale Springfield Flintlock Musket

!!!!!NOT FOR SALE!!!!!

This is a 1/4 scale Springfield flintlock musket made by Harvey Geyer of Dayton, Ohio circa. 1915 – 1925. ¬†15 1/4″ long overall with an 11″ round barrel of about .215 caliber. ¬†Steel […]

Harvey Geyer 1/3 scale ivory stocked Ames Model 1842 U. S. Navy martial percussion pistol

This is a 1/3 scale miniature ivory stocked Ames Model 1842 U.S. Navy martial percussion pistol made by Harvey Geyer in 1925. 3 15/16″ long overall with a 1 15/16″ round smoothbore barrel of .195 […]

Miniart 1/4 scale 1910 “Snow” Maxim machine gun

This is a 1/4 scale miniature Russian snow Maxim medium machine gun made by Miniart in Russia in 1994. This thing is just unbelievable!!! Measures 15 1/4″ long overall with a 7 3/8″ barrel and […]

Harvey Geyer 2/3 Scale Colt Cloverleaf Revolver & Colt No. 3 Single Shot Derringer In Book Casing

This is a pair of Colt pistols made by famous inventor Harvey Geyer in 1935. Mr. Geyer of Dayton, Ohio held over 200 U.S. patents, and is best known to me as the inventor of […]

Tom P. Weston 1/2 scale Winchester 1866 carbine in original deluxe case

This is a 1/2 scale Winchester Model 1866 saddle ring Carbine by the renown Tom P. Weston of Mexico City, Mexico. Probably made in the 1950’s or 1960’s. 100% fully functional and chambered to shoot […]

Tom P. Weston 1/2 scale Colt single action army revolver engraved by Alvin A. White

This beautiful true 50% or 1/2 scale Colt single action army revolver by Tom P. Weston of Mexico City now resides in my personal collection. It is engraved by Colt master engraver Alvin A. White, […]

Antique toy 12 shot revolving cannon

!!!!!Winner of NRA silver medal # 81 at the 2013 NRA Annual Meetings as one of the 3 best miniatures on display!!!!!

This is an antique toy 12 shot revolving cannon, made by an unknown maker, […]

Antique Joseph Rodgers & Sons Of Sheffield, England Miniature 40 Blade Exhibition Knife

One of the finest miniature folding knives known in the world! Made by Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield, England, about 1850, possibly for the 1851 Crystal Palace Exhibition in London. This is an extraordinary exhibition […]