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The Civil War Dealers & Collectors Association
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(The CWDCA is a non-profit, apolitical association of Civil War dealers and collectors.
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CIVIL WAR GUNS, REVOLVERS, PISTOLS, UNION, CONFEDERATE FOR SALE - ANTIQUE ARMS APPRAISER
Michael Simens, a noted authority and appraiser of Civil War Guns, buys and sells original Confederate and Union Handguns used by the Infantry, Cavalry, Artillery and Navy manufactured before 1866, with special emphasis on Engraved, Inscribed, Identified and Presentation hand guns.
Michael Simens, a recognized ...
Michael Simens, a recognized authority on Antique Swords and Artifacts is one of the premier dealers of Antique American Swords manufactured from the American Colonial Period through 1898, with special emphasis on Civil War Presentation and Confederate Swords.
Michael has bought and sold some of the most historical artifacts ever discovered to include items from Generals George G. Meade, George A. Custer, William J. Hardee, Wade Hampton and Presidents Andrew Jackson and Abraham Lincoln.
Michael is a past or current member of the Civil War Dealers and Collectors Association, Mid-America Antique Arms Society, Pennsylvania Antique Gun Collectors Association, The National Rifle Association (life member), The Kentucky Rifle Association and was the first out-of-state resident to be voted to the board of directors of the Texas Gun Collectors Association.
Winning many awards at Civil War and Antique Arms shows across the United States, his
list of clients include The West Point Museum, The Frazier Historical Arms Museum and the Texas Civil War Museum
, to name a few.
This website provides a large selection of Antique, Civil War and Confederate Swords and Sabers for sale to the most discriminating Collectors and Institutions.
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Michael Simens Philosophy "I am a fellow collector of Civil War Weapons and Artifacts.
Michael Simens is a recognized ...
Michael Simens is a recognized Authority on Antique and Civil War Firearms, Swords, Weapons and related Artifacts, 1700 - 1899.
has bought, sold and collected some of the most important Antique Sword, Firearm and Artifact collections ever brought to market to include the well known "Richard Johnson Collection of American and Civil War Swords" and the model inclusive "Fred Toedtman Collection of Antique Colt Firearms".
has also handled some of the finest investment quality Presentation Colts, Winchesters, Volcanics, Sharps, Smith & Wessons
, Civil War Flags, Uniforms, Artifacts and U. S. Martial Arms ever offered for sale.
has been acknowleded by the authors of several numerous works on Collector Arms to include "The Henry Rifle" by Les Quick, "Civil War Swords" by John Thilmann and many Colts in his
personal collection grace the pages of "The Book of Colt Engraving", by R. L. Wilson.
Michael is a past or current member of the Collectors Arms Dealers Association, Civil War Dealers and Collectors Association, Mid-America Antique Arms Society, Pennsylvania Antique Gun Collectors Association, The Ohio Gun Collectors Association, The National Rifle Association (life member), The Kentucky Rifle Association and was the first out-of-state resident to be voted to the board of directors of the Texas Gun Collectors Association.
Winning many awards for his
displays of fine Antique Guns at the top Antique Arms shows across the United States, his
list of clients include The West Point Museum
, The Frazier Historical Arms Museum
the Texas Civil War Museum
, The Strawbery Banke Museum
and other Historical Institutions to name but a few.
Michael Simens Philosophy, "I am a fellow collector of Fine Antique Guns and Artifacts.
Michael Simens is a ...
Michael Simens is a nationally recognized appraiser, buyer, seller and collector of Antique Kentucky Rifles and Accessories manufactured before 1898.
International Herald Tribune - ...
International Herald Tribune - Antique weapons dealer Michael Simens of Willoughby, Ohio, planned to attend the auction but said he probably would not buy anything.He acknowledged that the Gettysburg event has from five to 10 great items an unusually high number for such an