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SECOND MODEL RICHARDS CONVERSION COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY

SECOND MODEL RICHARDS CONVERSION COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY

This is a very good example of the “Type-II,” “Second Model,” or “Transition Model” of the Richards conversion of the Colt 1860 Army revolver. The serial number 183791 matches throughout,… (1142-126). Learn More »

RARE SMALL IRON TRIGGERGUARD COLT M1851 NAVY CUT FOR 2ND MODEL SHOULDER STOCK- ONLY 50 MADE

RARE SMALL IRON TRIGGERGUARD COLT M1851 NAVY CUT FOR 2ND MODEL SHOULDER STOCK- ONLY 50 MADE

Current scholarship classifies Colt M1851 Navies with iron triggerguards outside the older, but still useful, model designations pioneered by Swayze. Jordan and Geri break them down into the small… (1142-73). Learn More »

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 »

$1,795.00
Originally $1,995.00

PETTENGILL ARMY REVOLVER

PETTENGILL ARMY REVOLVER

Just 2,001 Pettengill .44 Caliber Double Action Army Revolvers were supplied by Rogers and Spencer of Willowville, NY, to the U.S. government, but they were issued in a number of cavalry regiments:… (1142-114). Learn More »

VERY RARE DERINGER BY SCHUMANN OF MEMPHIS

VERY RARE DERINGER BY SCHUMANN OF MEMPHIS

When Turner Kirkland published “Southern Derringers of the Mississippi Valley,” he could find no complete example of a Schumann deringer, only a barrel. In the intervening years only this example… (401-52). Learn More »

THIRD MODEL 1851 COLT NAVY REVOLVER

THIRD MODEL 1851 COLT NAVY REVOLVER

Original, U. S. marked, Third Model version of the popular 1851 Colt Navy Revolver in good overall condition. Manufactured sometime in the 1st quarter of 1857, this M1851 Navy bears matching serial… (172-5788). Learn More »

DOUBLE-ACTION STARR .44 REVOLVER, LIKELY DELIVERED IN APRIL 1863

DOUBLE-ACTION STARR .44 REVOLVER, LIKELY DELIVERED IN APRIL 1863

This double-action Starr revolver is complete, all original, and rates about fine to excellent for condition with about 60 percent finish, smooth metal and sharp markings. The barrel shows thin… (1159-01). Learn More »

SCARCE US NAVY FIRST CONTRACT COLT M1851 REVOLVER DELIVERED IN DECEMBER 1857 TO THE NEW YORK NAVY YARD AND CONVERTED TO CENTERFIRE FOR THE NAVY BY COLT IN 1873

SCARCE US NAVY FIRST CONTRACT COLT M1851 REVOLVER DELIVERED IN DECEMBER 1857 TO THE NEW YORK NAVY YARD AND CONVERTED TO CENTERFIRE FOR THE NAVY BY COLT IN 1873

This iron frame M1851 Colt Navy serial numbered 62125 was made in 1856 and delivered to the U.S. Navy Yard in New York in 1857. It is a rare survivor among Colt revolvers purchased on the first Navy… (1142-125). Learn More »

MINT JAPANESE TYPE 14 SERVICE PISTOL

MINT JAPANESE TYPE 14 SERVICE PISTOL

Exceptional example of a standard issue 8mm Nambu Type 14 pistol made in 1939!  Principal markings include:  “58680” (serial number); characters shachi and nam (manufacturer); character sho and… (2021-989). Learn More »

FRENCH M1837 MARINE SERVICE PISTOL

FRENCH M1837 MARINE SERVICE PISTOL

In 1837 the French Marine Service developed a new handgun. It was the first percussion ignition handgun adopted by the French. The pistol is 12 ½” in overall length with a 6” round barrel that… (88-87). Learn More »

$625.00
ON HOLD

UNTOUCHED 1796 BRITISH REGULATION CAVALRY PISTOL

UNTOUCHED 1796 BRITISH REGULATION CAVALRY PISTOL

This is an untouched 1796 British Regulation Cavalry pistol designed for light cavalry. It is the weapon that fought the Napoleonic War and was here with the 14th Light Dragoons at New Orleans and the… (88-91). Learn More »

$925.00
ON HOLD

NICE COLT THIRD MODEL NAVY MADE IN 1856

NICE COLT THIRD MODEL NAVY MADE IN 1856

This .36 caliber Colt Navy has the smaller, round triggerguard of the Third Model and is serial numbered 49055, giving it an 1856 date of manufacture. The barrel assembly shows thin blue. The frame… (1142-124). Learn More »

COLT MODEL 1861 NAVY-NAVY RICHARDS-MASON CONVERSION

COLT MODEL 1861 NAVY-NAVY RICHARDS-MASON CONVERSION

This is a good example of the scarce Richard’s-Mason metallic cartridge conversion done in 1873 by Colt for the U.S. Navy on its remaining Model 1861 .36 caliber Navy-Navy revolvers (Colt M1861… (1142-123). Learn More »

$3,750.00
ON HOLD

NICE QUALITY OVERCOAT PISTOL BY PATRICK, LIVERPOOL

NICE QUALITY OVERCOAT PISTOL BY PATRICK, LIVERPOOL

5", .53 cal. oct. barrel, engraved "LIVERPOOL" and with platinum line at breech, upper flat engraved "MAKER TO THE DUKE OF GLOUCESTER". Engraved lock plate with maker "PATRICK", bolted safety. Ex.… (88-73). Learn More »

ENGLISH OFFICER’S PISTOL C.1810

ENGLISH OFFICER’S PISTOL C.1810

8 1/4", .65 caliber (carbine bore), heavy octagonal twist barrel, hook breech, platinum vent and inlaid line at breech, engraved "LONDON". Bolted lock with roller frizzen spring, engraved "T. BOLTON… (88-70). Learn More »

ORIGINAL PRE-WAR COLT MODEL 1851 ‘NAVY’ REVOLVER

ORIGINAL PRE-WAR COLT MODEL 1851 ‘NAVY’ REVOLVER

Presented here is a Third Model specimen of an original Colt 1851 Navy Revolver in very good condition. One of the most popular pistols ever produced by Samuel Colt’s firm in Hartford, Connecticut… (779-06). Learn More »

RARE US FIRST CONTRACT COLT M1851 NAVY-NAVY REVOLVER DELIVERED TO NORFOLK 1857 AND RARE USN 1873 COLT RICHARDS-MASON CONVERSION

RARE US FIRST CONTRACT COLT M1851 NAVY-NAVY REVOLVER DELIVERED TO NORFOLK 1857 AND RARE USN 1873 COLT RICHARDS-MASON CONVERSION

This pistol was in the first contract purchase of Colt Navy revolvers by the USN, made in September 1857 and was in the first shipment of 615 revolvers delivered to the Norfolk Navy Yard November 9,… (1142-122). Learn More »

PAIR OF NICELY ENGRAVED PERCUSSION PISTOLS CA 1850 BY WILLIAMSON AND POWELL, LIVERPOOL

PAIR OF NICELY ENGRAVED PERCUSSION PISTOLS CA 1850 BY WILLIAMSON AND POWELL, LIVERPOOL

These .64 cal. single shot percussion pistols are typical of those purchased in pairs for self-defense while travelling or stepping out and date about 1850 or a tad earlier. The use of swivel ramrods,… (490-2593). Learn More »

WHITNEY RIMFIRE BREECHLOADING REVOLVER

WHITNEY RIMFIRE BREECHLOADING REVOLVER

These revolvers were made by Whitney from 1871 to 1879. In all four different versions were offered in .22, .32 and .38 calibers with varying barrel lengths. This particular revolver is the No. 1 .22… (980-103). Learn More »

$650.00
Originally $750.00

ALLEN AND WHEELOCK CENTER-HAMMER .36 CALIBER NAVY REVOLVER

ALLEN AND WHEELOCK CENTER-HAMMER .36 CALIBER NAVY REVOLVER

This scarce pistol is a six-shot percussion revolver in .36 “Navy” caliber made by Allen and Wheelock, numbered 269, likely an assembly number within a batch rather than overall serial number.… (490-2488). Learn More »


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FANTASTIC QUARTER-PLATE RUBY AMBROTYPE OF CAPTAIN G. W. WATERS COMMANDING JEFFERSON BARRACKS MISSOURI

Image shows Captain George Washington Waters mounted on his horse in a field with trees and a small building in the background. The image has a little oxidation around the edges but the rider and horse are untouched. The captain wears a dark 1858… (1139-17). Learn More »

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