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A .44 rimfire Remington Army revolver with the Rollin White conversion, Serial No. 45123. The gun retains nearly all its original high grade blue with some small scratches and small losses to high points. It has very good grips and a mint bore. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4536
A French ordnance 11 mm. obsolete calibre revolver, Model 1873. The metal work is to a slightly dark grey patina and it has a good bore. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4538
A French Model 1873 11mm. obsolete calibre centre fire revolver, Serial No. 37247 The gun has varnished chequered grips and the metal work is faded blue under a layer of old, dried oil or thin varnish. It has a very good bore with very light frosting. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4534
A Dutch 9.4mm. Model 1891 obsolete calibre centre fire revolver. The gun has a fine bore and retains much original dull blue to cylinder, frame and barrel. It has chequered wooden grips with some damage to right hand grip but otherwise good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4530
A five shot 6in. barrel .31 Colt Pocket percussion revolver with American address, Serial No. 26229 The barrel, frame, cylinder, etc. are to a smooth brown patina and the cylinder scene is a little rubbed. The gun retains 40% original varnish to grips. Also retaining most original silver plate to trigger guard and traces of silver plate to backstrap. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4522
A .44 calibre Merwin and Hulbert obsolete calibre centre fire revolver, Serial No. 2807 This gun has been re-nickeled overall with some some patches of pitting under the nickel. This is the early open top frame model. It has good grips, probably replaced and a good bore. Good working order and fair condition. The gun in in the 44 Merwin and Hulbert calibre.
Stock No. PR115
A 54 bore 4th Model Tranter percussion revolver, retaining a good percentage of original finish, fading to brown in places. There are a couple of small patches of pitting, mainly to trigger guard and where the trigger guard joins the frame at the rear. It has a good chequered walnut grip with a couple of small chips to the top of the grip. The cylinder is to a grey finish. The gun has a good bore. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4482
ONE FOR THE RESTORERS: A 54 bore Kerr type percussion revolver, pitted overall. All major parts are present but the mainspring is missing. The gun needs a re-strike and one or two small parts replaced. Strangely enough, it has quite a good bore.
Stock No. 4506
A Model 1883 10.6mm obsolete calibre German Reich revolver. This revolver retains much original dullish blue finish and has good chequered walnut grips. There is no lanyard ring. The gun has a good bore and is in good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4504
A very good .44 Smith and Wesson Russian double action obsolete calibre revolver. The gun retains most of its original finish, fading to brown in one or two areas. It is fitted with its original target sights. The gun has a good bore with a few minor marks. It has very fine original hard rubber grips. Very good working order and fine condition.
Stock No. PB1
A .32 rimfire Smith and Wesson Old Army revolver. The metal is to a blue-grey patina with one or two small pits. The grips are to a smooth finish but have no varnish remaining. There is a bad pit on the the left hand side of the barrel. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 4476
A .32 rimfire Smith and Wesson Old Army revolver retaining 30% original blue to frame. The barrel and cylinder are to a brown patina with some speckling. The hammer spur is chipped and the hinge is a little loose. The gun retains most of its original varnish to grips. It has two threaded holes to the bottom of the grip strap. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 4477
A very fine 1851 .36 Colt Navy percussion revolver, Serial No. 103038, all numbers matching, including rammer and wedge and New York address to the barrel. The gun retains 90% blue to barrel and 50% case colours to rammer, 80% fading case colours to frame. Retaining all cylinder scene with fading blue to cylinder. It has very good grips with 99% original varnish with one or two minor scuffs. The backstrap and trigger guard retaining 60% original silver plate. The whole pistol is very sharp and very crisp.
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Stock No. ND2
A .44 Colt Army percussion revolver Serial No. 46321, with all matching numbers. The gun retains some cylinder scene and the rest of the gun is to a grey-silver patina. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 4411
A very rare 3rd Model 38 bore double trigger Tranter percussion revolver, one of only a handful of 3rd Model 38 bore Tranters made. Serial No. 14258T. Retailed by Henry Challener, 61 King Street West, Sydney and having the owner's name Arthur Grahams engraved on barrel flat. There is minor pitting in one spot on the loading lever. The gun retains 85% original blue to frame with the usual losses to trigger guard and butt trap. The cylinder is to a grey patina and the gun has good, finely chequered grips. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4421
A nickel plated .32 rimfire Smith and Wesson Model 1½. The gun retains 90% original nickel plating and has good grips with original varnish, but with some flaking to varnish. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4391
A very good 38 bore LAC Beaumont Adams percussion revolver Serial No. 36662R retaining 90% original finish. The gun has finely chequered wooden gips with one or two minor knocks. There is some loss of finish to the trigger guard and the gun has a very good bore. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4225
A .31 Colt Root revolver Serial No. 10586 retaining 60% original finish frame and barrel but fading to brown. The cylinder is to a grey finish, retaining 75% cylinder scene. The grips retain 95% original varnish with some minor chipping to flare. Fair to good bore and the gun is in good working order.
Stock No. 4095