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REVOLVERS & PISTOLS
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A very good .44 3rd Model Russian by Smith and Wesson, Serial Number 21452. This revolver retains nearly all it’s original finish with minor losses to the cylinder. It has very good grips and case hardened trigger guard. The backstrap is inscribed ‘M.C. Martin U.S.A.’ It has a fine bore and is in very good working order and fine condition. £2750 Stock No. TJ1
A German officer’s 10.6mm revolver retaining much original finish with one or two very small pits. It has a very good chequered wooden butt and is complete with lanyard ring. It has a good bore.
Stock No. 4940
A fine Model 1851 Adams 120 bore percussion revolver retailed by Joseph Brazier & Son, Wolverhampton. The pistol retains approximately 90-95% original finish to barrel, frame and cylinder. It has a finely chequered undamaged wooden butt with a horn cap with slight edge chipping to horn. Very good working order and condition. The small bore ‘51 Adams revolvers are comparatively rare.
Stock No. 4934
A .320 Hills Patent centre fire revolver. This revolver retains much original blue to barrel, frame and cylinder fading in places to brown. It has excellent, undamaged, finely chequered wood to the butt and has a fine bore. The whole gun is very crisp.
Stock No. 4882
An 11mm. Reich revolver Erfurt 1890 with matching numbers. The military blue finish is fading and the finish to the cylinder is to a grey patina. The gun has a good bore. The wood is to a dark oiled finish with a few minor knocks. The revolver is contained in it’s original leather holster dated 1908 on the flap. The small strap to the cartridge pouch is damaged but the holster is to a nice, smooth dark brown leather finish. Good working order and good condition.
Stock No. 4873
A good clean .44 American Civil War Starr percussion revolver. The gun still retains traces of blue in sheltered spots and old hardened grease. It has clean wood with a small repair to heel. The action, although good, could do with a good clean as it is a bit sticky. It has a very fine bore and all numbers match.
Stock No. 4844
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 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