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A .36 Savage Navy percussion revolver. The metal work is to a brown patina with some pitting in places and the barrel legend is faint. The wood is good to the grips and may have been replaced. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 4807
A fine .320 six shot Hill's Patent revolver retaining much original blue to frame and cylinder. It has a folding trigger and fine grips. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. DR1
A .44 Allen and Wheelock percussion revolver. The metal work is to an overall grey finish with good profiles. The barrel roll to the left side of barrel has patent date to 1857. The pistol has good grips and is in good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 4813
A very good 60 bore T.K. Baker patent percussion revolver. The barrel and cylinder retain a good amount of fading blue. The trigger guard has fading case hardening colours. The hammer also has faded case hardening colours and is marked Baker’s Patent. The blue sliding safety is to the left hand side of the action and the action body and butt cap are in German silver. The revolver retains virtually all original varnish to the grip. Barrel length 5½in. Overall length 11½in. Very good working order and very good condition.
Stock No. 4812
A very fine Birmingham made 90 bore six shot pepperbox revolver. The gun retains 99% original case hardening colours to the barrel group and 99% blue to action body, backstrap and butt cap with some fading to the trigger guard. All original varnish to grips. Barrel group 3in. Overall length 8½in. Very good working order and fine condition.
Stock No. 4815
A very good Model 1873 Dutch 9.4mm six shot obsolete calibre military revolver. The pistol retains a high percentage of the original military finish and has a very good bore. Barrel length 6in. Overall length 11½in. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4795
A very good nickel plated Storekeeper's Model Colt Thunderer. The revolver retains most original nickel finish with slight losses and thinning to the nickel in a few places. It has fine undamaged grips and a fine bore and comes complete with holster. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4797
A seven shot .32 rimfire revolver by D. Moore. The gun retains some silver plate in sheltered spots to frame. The metal to the barrel and cylinder is to a grey finish. There is some wear to grips but with traces of original varnish. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 4798
A .36 five shot Colt Police percussion revolver serial No. 38270. The cylinder, frame and barrel are to a dark patina with one or two small pits to the cylinder. It has a brass back strap and trigger guard. The grips are good with a small flat to each side and retaining some original varnish. Barrel length 4½in. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4778
A very good .32 rimfire Smith and Wesson Model 1½, retaining a very high percentage of original blue to barrel, frame and cylinder. The gun has nice, clean grips retaining approximately 75% original varnish. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4749
A 9.4mm Dutch military revolver retaining much original dull blue finish. The grips are worn and there is a crack to the right hand grip. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 4742
A .32 rimfire Smith and Wesson Model 1½ revolver retaining nearly all its original blue with minor losses. It has very fine, almost unmarked, bird's head grips. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4748
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