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A good .44 Kerr single action Army percussion revolver, Serial No. 10778, by the London Armoury Co. The frame and barrel are to a fading blue with good traces of finish remaining. There are a few small knocks to the side of the barrel. The trigger guard and cylinder are to a grey steel finish. The gun has very good wood, a very fine bore and very good lock up. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5345
A scarce 12mm pinfire automatic ejection revolver, Model Degueldre pattern, manufactured in Belgium circa 1870. The revolver retains much original finish to the metalwork and has a fine bore. It has fine chequered undamaged wooden grips. Barrel length 5ĺin. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5365
A .44 Remington Army six shot percussion revolver. The pistol has a brown patina to the metal work and some wear to the edges of the barrel flats, with a few knocks to the metal work. It has a fair bore and smooth wooden grips with initials scratched to the base of the grip. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 5368
A very good quality 56 bore six shot percussion pepperbox of large proportions by Piper of Cambridge. The pistol retaining virtually all the case hardening colours to the frame and butt cap trap and virtually all blue to the trigger guard. The barrel cluster case hardening colours have faded. The pistol has a very finely chequered wooden butt retaining all itís original finish with a vacant silver escutcheon. Good working order and very fine condition.
Stock No. 5342
A very good Model 1861 .44 Colt Army percussion revolver, Serial No. 198802, wedge un-numbered. The barrel and cylinder retain much original blue, fading to brown. The frame and hammer retain nearly all original case hardening colours, the cylinder retaining all itís original scene. The grips retain their original varnish with very old abrasions to both sides of the base. The gun has a very fine bore. Very good working order and fine condition.
Stock No. 5335
A good .36 Manhattan Navy percussion revolver, Serial No. 4268. This pistol retains a high percentage of blue to the barrel with fading case colours to the frame. The cylinder retains a good scene. The trigger guard retains 50% silver plate and there are traces of silver plating to the backstrap. It has a fair bore with a few marks. The fine grips retain all original varnish with one or two very minor knocks. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No 5333
A .31 double action Cooper five shot pocket revolver. The gun retains much original blue finish to barrel and cylinder with a couple of minor knocks to cylinder. The frame retains case colours and the trigger guard and backstrap retain good strong traces of silver plate. It has fine grips retaining virtually all their original varnish. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5312
A very good .31 Colt six shot pocket percussion revolver, Serial No. 269551, all numbers matching. The gun retains strong traces of blue and colour hardening. There are good traces of silver to the trigger guard. It has fine grips retaining nearly all their original varnish, with two small rubs. The gun has a good bore. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5307
A .31 five shot Colt Pocket percussion revolver, London prooved, Serial No. 212963, all numbers matching. The gun has clean, sharp metalwork with case colours to rammer and good traces of blue in some areas, fading to brown. There is a good amount of silver remaining to the trigger guard with traces of silver to the backstrap. There is a good amount of cylinder scene remaining. There are a few small knocks round the wedge. The grips appear to have been re-finished. This is a nice, crisp little pistol with a good bore. Good working order and good condition.
Stock No. 5306
A good .44 double action six shot Starr percussion revolver, Serial No. 20049 This revolver retains a good amount of original finish overall. It has a few minor knocks to the metal and a good bore The good wooden grips have three good cartouches and the base of the butt has some knocks. Good working order and good condition.
Stock No. 5310
A .30 Birmingham prooved Colt rimfire New Line revolver. This gun retains much original finish with some frosting to cylinder. It has good grips with initials VL to left hand grip. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5316
A .32 Smith and Wesson No. 2 Old Army rimfire revolver, Serial No. 42297. The metalwork is to a grey patina with some marking. The tip of the hammer spur is missing and it has good wood to the grips. Good working order and fair condition.
A .32 rimfire Colt Newline revolver. The gun retains a high percentage of original nickel plate and all the original fire blue to the screws, trigger guard and hammer. It has very fine grips. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. CB10
A 120 bore six shot Birmingham prooved pepper box. The fluted barrel group retains much original case hardening colours to flutes. The frame retains fading case hardening colours and the trigger guard is to a dark patina. There is the original varnish to the grips with some usual small knocks. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5109
A rare .34 Allen and Wheelock double action only percussion revolver, Serial No. 82. The gun has clean metal work to a dark patina and an unusual cylinder scene. The wood grips retain traces of original varnish. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 5065