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MODEL 1851 COLT (4TH MODEL) NAVY REVOLVER

MODEL 1851 COLT (4TH MODEL) NAVY REVOLVER

This is a very nice Model 1851 Colt Navy revolver. It is a .36 caliber revolver with six-shot cylinder, a 7 ½” octagonal barrel with attached loading lever, and brass frame with round trigger… (1142-77). Learn More »

MARTIALLY MARKED MODEL 1851 COLT NAVY REVOLVER

MARTIALLY MARKED MODEL 1851 COLT NAVY REVOLVER

This is a nice Model 1851 Colt Navy revolver. It is a .36 caliber revolver with six-shot cylinder, a 7 ½” octagonal barrel with attached loading lever, and iron frame with round trigger guard. All… (1142-85). Learn More »

$3,500.00
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VERY NICE MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY REVOLVER

VERY NICE MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY REVOLVER

A Civil War Colt Model 1860 Army revolver in good original condition. In production from 1860 through 1873, these handguns were the successor to the Colt Third Model Dragoon pistols. The Model 1860… (1142-68). Learn More »

FRENCH M1892 REVOLVER

FRENCH M1892 REVOLVER

The French Model 1892 revolver was produced from 1892 all the way into 1924. It was the standard French military revolver of World War One and although officially replaced in 1935 was still in service… (1000-2737). Learn More »

$450.00
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ITALIAN BODEO MODEL 1889 ARMY REVOLVER

ITALIAN BODEO MODEL 1889 ARMY REVOLVER

Officially known as the Pistola a Rotazione, Systema Bodeo, Modello 1889, this pistol was modeled on the French Chamelot-Delvigne and was adopted by the Italian Army in 1891. It saw long service in… (1000-2738). Learn More »

$475.00
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US MODEL 1917 SMITH & WESSON

US MODEL 1917 SMITH & WESSON

The Smith & Wesson Model 1917 is essentially an adaptation of the company's .44 Hand Ejector 2nd Model chambered instead in .45 ACP and employing a shortened cylinder and a lanyard ring on the… (2021-549). Learn More »

ALLEN AND THURBER MEDIUM SIZE PEPPERBOX

ALLEN AND THURBER MEDIUM SIZE PEPPERBOX

Pepperboxes get some bad press for accuracy, but for pure firepower in a close-up encounter, they had a large following. It is sometimes said they were competitors with Colts and other revolvers, but… (490-2598). Learn More »

$695.00
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GENTLEMAN’S DOUBLE BARREL POCKET PISTOL BY THOMAS WILSON

GENTLEMAN’S DOUBLE BARREL POCKET PISTOL BY THOMAS WILSON

This elegant little percussion pistol uses .41 caliber over-and-under barrels on a swivel breech, which allows it to rest flat and unobtrusively in the pocket. The bag grips are finely checkered, in… (490-2602). Learn More »

PRETTY SILVERED AND IVORY GRIPPED ETHAN ALLEN & CO. SIDE HAMMER .22 RIMFIRE REVOLVER

PRETTY SILVERED AND IVORY GRIPPED ETHAN ALLEN & CO. SIDE HAMMER .22 RIMFIRE REVOLVER

This the “eighth issue” Allen sidehammer .22 with octagon barrel, bag grips, and 7-shot cylinder. The upper left barrel flat is marked ETHAN ALLEN & CO. WORCESTER. MASS / ALLEN’S PAT’S /… (490-2609). Learn More »

SCARCE FOUR-INCH MARSTON THREE-BARREL DERINGER

SCARCE FOUR-INCH MARSTON THREE-BARREL DERINGER

William Marston made about 3,300 of these .32 caliber rimfire three-shot deringers from 1864 to 1872. The three-barrel group pivots downward to load and there is a barrel selector dial on the right… (490-2608). Learn More »

CASED METROPOLITAN POLICE REVOLVER

CASED METROPOLITAN POLICE REVOLVER

The Metropolitan Arms Company was formed within weeks of the February 1864 Colt armory fire that would interfere with much of that company’s business for two years. One of the five principal… (490-2596). Learn More »

GENTLEMAN’S OVERCOAT OR TRAVELLING PISTOL BY WILLIAM FIELD, FOUNDER OF PARKER, FIELD & CO., AND PARKER, FIELD & SONS

GENTLEMAN’S OVERCOAT OR TRAVELLING PISTOL BY WILLIAM FIELD, FOUNDER OF PARKER, FIELD & CO., AND PARKER, FIELD & SONS

This is a very pretty percussion pistol made by a well-known gun maker and dating about 1835-1840. The pistol is stocked to the muzzle and fitted with a swivel ramrod, and a belt hook on the left. The… (490-2604). Learn More »

SMITH AND WESSON NUMBER TWO ARMY WITH FACTORY LETTER, SHIPPED JANUARY 1863

SMITH AND WESSON NUMBER TWO ARMY WITH FACTORY LETTER, SHIPPED JANUARY 1863

This is a good example of the Smith and Wesson .32 caliber rimfire Number 2 Army. These were made from 1861 to 1874. The self-contained, waterproof cartridges made them popular with Civil War… (1099-19). Learn More »

$350.00
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COLT MODEL 1861 NAVY REVOLVER

COLT MODEL 1861 NAVY REVOLVER

The serial numbers on this revolver all match except for the wedge. Serial number is 3213 which places production in the latter part of 1861. The wedge is numbered 113. Revolver is .36 caliber with a… (1061-32). Learn More »

$1,750.00
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BRITISH 1756/81 LAND SERVICE, CAVALRY, PISTOL

BRITISH 1756/81 LAND SERVICE, CAVALRY, PISTOL

In response to the need to arm loyalist cavalry units in the southern campaigns of the American Revolution, British Ordnance began setting up older 1756 pattern dragoon pistols about 1781, producing… (401-44). Learn More »

AMERICAN RESTOCKED FRENCH 1733 PISTOL

AMERICAN RESTOCKED FRENCH 1733 PISTOL

This pistol seems to be stocked in birch rather than walnut, making it a candidate as a pistol restocked in America or assembled from the many parts imported here during the Revolution. In overall… (401-43). Learn More »

$2,650.00
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COLT POCKET REVOLVER MADE IN 1860

COLT POCKET REVOLVER MADE IN 1860

This is a nice Colt 1849 pocket revolver with smooth metal, sharp markings, visible cylinder scene, good grips, crisp action, some thin blue and case color, and traces of silver on the triggerguard.… (2021-546). Learn More »

$895.00
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VERY NICE SPUR-TRIGGER BACON ARMS CO. POCKET REVOLVER

VERY NICE SPUR-TRIGGER BACON ARMS CO. POCKET REVOLVER

This first model Bacon Pocket Model rates excellent for condition. The metal is smooth throughout and the barrel, loading assembly, hammer and cylinder have lots of blue finish remaining. The screw… (218-578). Learn More »

MODEL 1849 POCKET COLT WITH MISMATCHED NUMBERS

MODEL 1849 POCKET COLT WITH MISMATCHED NUMBERS

This pocket Colt is serial numbered 178952 and matches throughout except for the cylinder which is number 179052 and the wedge which is unmarked. Both serial numbers bear an 1860 production date. The… (1099-18). Learn More »

$450.00
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NEW JERSEY MARKED REMINGTON NEW MODEL ARMY .44 CAL. REVOLVER

NEW JERSEY MARKED REMINGTON NEW MODEL ARMY .44 CAL. REVOLVER

This is a nice example of the one thousand .44 caliber Remington New Model Army revolvers purchased by New Jersey in 1864. It rates very good to excellent for condition. The grips are super. The… (490-2533). Learn More »

$1,895.00
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GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR RELIC DESK SET

Made by John Goode. Mounted on a flat wooden plaque measuring 7 x 4 x .875”, with small dark front sticker label: “Gettysburg / July 1863.” The set contains a small, flower decorated inkwell, 1.25 x 1”, with “crystal” stopper-lid. Flanked… (M24195). Learn More »

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