Morphy's three-day Field & Range auction presents an impressive range of almost 2,000 collectible antique and modern firearms and accessories, such as ammunition and fire-arms related advertising. Particularly of note are the Civil War-era lots, including antique rifles and a revolver from the 119th New York regiment. Here are the highlights of the sale:

The Gatling gun is the auction's premier lot and was designed in 1861 by Dr. Richard Gatling, a prolific inventor from North Carolina. The Gatling is considered the precursor to the machine gun because although it could fire continuously, it had to be hand-cranked. It was first used during the Civil War by the Union armies and later in the Spanish-American War, Anglo-Egyptian War and Peru-Chile War.

Estimated $17,500-27,500

In 2012, the engraving firm Ansel and Adams commemorated the 150th anniversary of the Civil War by making 35 revolvers for each state that fought in the war and D.C. Each gun was based on an original 1860 Army model. This particular one was the New York revolver and was based off a firearm that was given to General Ulysses Grant

Estimated $3,500-4,500

The Sharps Carbine was the most widely used rifle during the Civil War. Both the Union and Confederate armies used the models and after the war, the rifles became synonymous with the American Wild West. This is an 1867 version that is in excellent condition.

Estimated $2,500-3,500

This Allen and Wheelock revolver is engraved to a Lieutenant Hamilton who served in the 119th New York Regiment during the Civil War. This infantry regiment fought in the war from 1862-65 and participated in almost every major battles and episode of the war, including The Battle of Gettysburg, the Siege of Atlanta and General Sherman's march to Savannah.

Estimated $600-850

This Burnside 5th model carbine was only produced between 1863-65. The third carbine behind the top two carbines (Sharps and Spencer), it was used extensively during the Civil War by the Union army, particularly during the March to the Sea (Atlanta to Savannah). Ambrose Burnside designed the carbine and won an award for it at West Point, but his inventor capabilities did not match up with his competence as a Union general: he suffered devastating losses at Battle of Fredericksburg and Battle of the Crater and was eventually removed.

Estimated $2,000-3,000

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