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A .41 rimfire 2nd Model National derringer, Serial No. 9068. The gun has traces of pitting to the frame and barrel. The action and barrel are to a grey patina and there is some wear to the chequered grips. Colt bought the company that made this pistol so that they could retail this model of derringer as a Colt No. 2 derringer. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4729
A very good .41 rimfire over/under Remington derringer marked "Remington Arms UMC Co Ilion.N.Y." This is one of the later series with a dull blue finish and this gun retains approximately 30% original finish. It has very good undamaged grips, mint bores and no crack to the hinge. Contained in a modern case with two deactivated rounds. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4744
A Continental .320 centre fire pocket revolver retaining almost all its original blue. It has very good, undamaged grips and a folding trigger. It is with its original chamois leather purse holster, which unfortunately, has some damage to the leather. Barrel length 1½ in. Overall 5½ in. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4746
A .38 rimfire Bacon pocket revolver converted from percussion. The cylinder and barrel are to a faded dark patina and it has all the original scene to the cylinder. The action is polished and it has all original plate to the trigger guard. The grips have nearly all their original varnish. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4747
A very good .38 rimfire Colt pocket revolver, a conversion from percussion, Serial No. 325623 (All matching numbers.) The gun retains much original blue to the barrel with fading case colours to the action. It has a good cylinder scene. There is silver to trigger guard and backstrap in protected places. It has very good grips retaining nearly all the original varnish with one or two very minor knocks. Very good working order and very good condition.
Stock No. CB
A .38 Colt pocket rim fire conversion with New York address, Serial No. 353. There are some knocks to trigger guard and a small patch of light pitting to frame. There is a fine crack to left hand grip. This gun is the rare variation with the loading gate. There are a few small knocks to the cylinder and it has a good bore. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4696
A very good .41 rimfire Colt No. 2 derringer, Serial No. 8132. The chequered wooden grips retain nearly all original varnish. The body of the gun is to a grey patina and the barrel blue is fading to brown. Very good bore and the gun is London prooved.
Stock No. 4637
A small 90 bore flintlock boxlock muff pistol by Bond. The gun has clean wood with a few knocks to butt. Barrel length 1½in. Overall length 5in. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4594
A .31 Moore’s teat fire revolver. There is a little rubbing to the original grips with the bronze frame retaining traces of original plating. The metal is to a grey patina. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4518
A good .32 rimfire Smith and Wesson Model 1½ retaining approximately 60% original finish and nearly all original varnish to grips. Overall length 8in. Barrel length 3½in.
Stock No. 4475
A 34 bore flintlock boxlock pocket pistol with brass frame and barrel and with concealed trigger. The wood work is to a dark patina and the escutcheon is missing from the rear of the butt. Overall length 5¾in. Barrel 1½in. Good working order.
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Stock No. 4186
A flintlock boxlock cannon barrelled pocket pistol by Ketland. 7¾ inches overall, and barrel length 3¾ inches. The pistol has a sliding trigger guard safety, the metal is to a dark patina with a couple of knocks. The wood is good with an old repaired crack to right hand side of the slab-sided butt.
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Stock No. 4185