You will waste alot of money and time attempting to get info on a particular Sharps. Coates& McCauly have printed a nice descriptive book called CivilWar Sharps Carbines & Rifles....in it they list the KNOWN records of Sharps Rifles & Carbines that can be attributed to a mustering out list to an individual & military unit along with the serial number of the weapon mustered. You can WASTE HUNDREDS of dollars in hoping you will find something to an individual...get the book on Amazon.com save yourself grief/money.....Guy
It is possilbe.
If the serial number is 2650 it's a modern replica.
November 7, 1863
The Knabe Piano Company began in Baltimore, MD in 1837. Knabe pianos with a 4 digit serial number are from about 1863 or earlier. 5-digit Knabe pianos, then are from about 1864 - 1927, when the company finally surpassed 100000. In your case, a Knabe piano with serial 37325 would have been built somewhere between 1890, when they started at serial 33000 and 1895, when they had reached 43000.
it could be worth upward of $13,000 depending on the condition, if it includes the original bench, if its been refurbished at all. there should be a serial number inside the piano to determine the year made and worth
The Battle of Gettysburg took place from July 1, 1863 to July 3, 1863. The number of injured was 27,224, and the total number killed was 7,863.
These seem to sell for $400-$500, with a LOT of complaints regarding quality of workmanship. I have no personal experience with these, but if you are considering buying, you may want to do some research first.
The phone number of the Santee Library is: 619-448-1863.
The standard gauge of railroad track in the US was established by the US Congress at four feet, eight and one half inches on March 3, 1863, not in 1886.
The standard gauge of railroad track was established by the US Congress on March 3, 1863 at four feet, eight and one half inches. It was not adopted in 1886 and it is still that dimension.
There are a number of things that you could buy with a penny in 1863. Some of them included groceries, books, pens, toys and so much more.
Only numbers that end with 0, 2, 4, 6, or 8 are divisible by 2. __________________ Of course 1863 is divisible by two. Any real number is. The question does not specify that the answer must be a whole number without remainder.
Horse racing at Saratoga began in 1863. In 1864 a new track was built across the street from the original track, which is the Saratoga Race Track that is used today. The old track was renamed the Horse Haven and was (and still is) used for training purposes. Oklahoma Track is a nickname for the Horse Haven, supposedly for its not-so-close proximity to the main Saratoga Race Track. It is said that someone once complained that the Horse Haven was so far away from the main track that "it might as well be in Oklahoma".
in 1863 in 1863
1863 was in the 19th century.
The genetic experiments Mendel did with pea plants took him eight years (1856-1863) and he published his results in 1865. During this time, Mendel grew over 10,000 pea plants, keeping track of progeny number and type.
That will be an assembly number. Serial numbers were not required on long arms made or imported to the US until 1968, so very few manufacturers assigned them. Since Neumann started making shotguns about 1863, the barrels could be damascus. If so, there will be a pattern of loops or swirls.ASSEMBLY NUMBER IS 4113.
The phone number of the Michigan Transit Museum is: 586-463-1863.
1947 - 1863 = 84
No, there were no airplanes at all in 1863.
Number 35 was West Virginia in 1863, and 37 was Nebraska in 1867.