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A good Metropolitan Arms Co. .36 five shot percussion revolver, Serial No. 3405, circa 1864-66. The gun has a rounded barrel engraved along the top ‘Metropolitan Arms Co. New-York’. The gun has a plain rammer, a stepped and fluted cylinder and an open iron frame. It has a brass trigger guard and backstrap. The grips are good with a smooth finish. The metalwork overall is to a good patina with traces of colour. Barrel length 6¼in. Overall length 11½ in. Good working order.
Stock No. 5681
A .36 Colt Navy percussion revolver, Serial No. 154023, all matching. The metal work is a grey finish with some knocks to the right hand side of the barrel. It has nice clean grips retaining a good amount of original varnish but is a little rubbed to the edge of the butt. Working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 5668
A very nice Starr double action .44 percussion revolver, retaining a good percentage of original blue with very good screws. There are traces of the cartouche to the left hand side of the butt and there are a few knocks and wear to the edges of the grip, but the gun has a mint bore. The action is a little sticky but the gun is in good working order and good condition.
Stock No. 5673
A Spanish double action ten shot 7mm pin fire revolver. The cylinder retains virtually all it’s original blue and the barrel has fading blue. The engraved frame is to a bright finish. The gun has a folding trigger and very finely chequered bag-shaped wooden grips in un-marked condition. Very good working order and condition. Barrel length 3¼in. Overall length 7½in.
Stock No. 5615
A .44 six shot single action Starr percussion revolver. The metal work is to a dark patina with light pepper pitting, mainly to the barrel and rammer. The gun has varnished wooden grips and a mint bore. Good working order and fair condition. Barrel length 8in.
Stock No. 5627
A good 54 bore Lang’s Patent six shot percussion revolver retailed by Beckley, Oxford. The gun has good sharp metalwork to a dark patina and faded case hardening colours to the action and cylinder. It is London prooved with a multi-grooved bore. The gun has a good, finely chequered butt with a couple of very minor knocks. There is a cap trap to the butt. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5588
A very good .44 Starr double action percussion revolver retaining much finish to the barrel with fading colour to the frame. It has very good grips with good cartouches. There are one or two minor knocks to the wood and the gun has a very good bore. Barrel length 5in. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5543
An 80 bore octagonal barrelled transitional revolver. This gun has some pitting overall but has good grips. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 5495
A ten shot 12mm pinfire revolver. The metalwork is to a dull steel finish to the barrel and frame with a little staining the the barrel. The cylinder is to a dark patina with white metal inlays. The gun has fine ivory grips. Barrel length 6in. Overall length 10 ½in. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5460
A rare Harvey’s Patent 54 bore double action six shot percussion revolver. The metal work is to a smooth grey patina with traces of blue in sheltered spots. The rammer assembly has been beautifully professionally restored. The pistol has undamaged finely chequered walnut grips with a vacant silver escutcheon and a cap trap to the base of the butt. The pistol has a good bore. Good working order and condition
Stock No. 5405