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REVOLVERS & PISTOLS
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A Continental manufactured .500 five shot copy of a top break Smith and Wesson revolver. The metal is to a grey patina and the gun is lightly worn overall. The gun has ivory grips. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 4613
An 11.4 mm Reich revolver. The metal is to a dark patina with some patchy pitting. It has the original wood grips with some wear. The gun has a very good bore and the action is tight. Very good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 4614
A good Model 1851 80 bore double action Adams percussion revolver, retaining 80% original finish. There is the usual loss of finish to the trigger guard. The gun has good bore, a butt trap and very good grips. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4619
A good 54 bore Beaumont Adams percussion revolver retailed by Deane & Son, Serial No. R15781 with No. 19353R to cylinder and patent number to frame 51449R. There is a little pitting to the rammer but the frame retains 85-90% original blue, with a loss of finish to the butt cap and trigger guard. The grip is very good with no damage and the gun has a good bore with a little speckling. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4627
A very good .42 rimfire Colt Clover Leaf revolver, Serial No. 446. It is very clean and sharp and retains some blue to the cylinder and good traces of blue to barrel. The frame still retains traces of original silver plate. It has very fine original grips with virtually all original varnish. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4636
A .44 Remington Army percussion revolver Serial No. 45272. The pistol retains 90% original finish with a few small knocks and marks to the cylinder. It has fine grips with a good, clear cartouche. The gun has a fine bore and is in very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4597
A .36 Manhattan pocket Navy percussion revolver Serial No. 29279. The pistol has good, clean metalwork, retaining some blue, and virtually all silver plate to trigger guard and backstrap. It has very clean grips retaining virtually all original varnish. The cylinder retains nearly all its scene with a few small knocks. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4598
A French percussion conversion of a Model 1822 flintlock military pistol. The metal is to a dark patina and there is a little pitting around the nipple bolster. It has good wood but the mainspring is weak. Good working order.
Stock No. 4532
A .38 rimfire Model 1851 Colt Navy conversion, Serial No. 73559, all matching numbers. The metal is to a dark patina with the odd little patch of pitting and some knocks to bottom of butt strap. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 4582
A good .44 Colt Army percussion revolver Serial No. 26986 (with an "o" after the number), all matching numbers. The gun has very good clean grips and the barrel and frame retain 15% original finish with faded case colours to rammer. It has a very good cylinder scene, excellent lock up and a very good bore.Very good working order.
Stock No. 4588
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 .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 .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 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 .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