A good Colt Navy revolver s/n 177xxx for 1864 with the New York address and much cylinder scene. Frame marked “Colt Patent” and .36 cal to trigger guard.
German silver blade foresight . Traces of original finish to loading lever the remainder a pleasing patina. Very crisp action and screws. Original colt mould, flask missing its charger spout.
This is a splendid example of the single action Colt with traces of original finish, generally a very pleasant patina. Excellent mechanical condition with a near mint bore and beautiful antler grips. Serial number 224xxx for 1902.
Five and a half inch barrel with very good address, good patents dates and Colt logo, all matching numbers. A very much sort after pistol in really splendid condition.
A very good 38 br. percussion double barrelled travelling pistol by W PEACOCK (apprenticed to Joseph Manton).The 11.5cm barrels with rib bearing the name PEACOCK LONDON and London proofs to underside. Engraved breeches, tang, locks and trigger guard and retaining some original finish. Excellent crisp locks with safety bolts. Chequered Walnut full stock with silver escutcheon, and captive ramrod. o/a length 24cm.
A very rare Type One .46 rim fire Remington Conversion of the New Model Army 44 Calibre 6 Shot Percussion revolver in excellent condition. Only 500 were converted, and even fewer had the attached Ejector Rod. The conversion date is clearly stamped to the forward lower flat of the barrel... 1876. The original serial number # 137442 is stamped to the lower left grip strap frame, also stamped, 1876. 8″ Octagonal barrel, clearly stamped with the 3 Line Address. The 5 shot cylinder is stamped with the Rollin White Patent, also clearly stamped to the barrel [also very rare to find]. The action works perfectly with no play to the cylinders. This revolver retains a high percentage of a now slightly thinning, original blue finish, and the bore is clear and bright with perfect rifling. Brass trigger guard and two piece walnut grips in excellent condition.