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A 54 bore boxlock flintlock pocket pistol by Clarke. The pistol has one or two minor marks to the steel and the metal work is overall to a grey finish. It has a folding trigger and a good slab-sided wooden butt. There is one small half inch age crack to the right hand side . Good working order and condition. Barrel length 2in. Overall 6½in.
Stock No. 4963
A good, approximately 54 bore, turnoff flintlock pocket pistol by Twigg. The metal is clean and to a dark patina. It has a rolled trigger guard and Tower private proof marks. The pistol has a good slab-sided butt with no damage. Barrel length 2in. (frozen) Good working order and condition. £395 Stock No. PR69
A .44 Henry rimfire Hammond Bulldog derringer. The gun retains virtually all its nickel plate finish – only 10% of total production were nickel plated. It has unmarked vulcanised rubber grips and a good bore with one or two marks. Very good working order and fine condition.
Stock No. ND16
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 .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 .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