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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
An early Civil War period .44 Colt Army three screw frame percussion revolver Serial number 42888, all matching, manufactured circa 1861-1862. The metalwork is to a grey patina with a little pitting in places. It has a fair bore and good rifling but lightly pitted overall. The action is good with a good tight lock up. The wooden butt is with some knocks and has been hollowed out at the base. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 5520
A good .44 six shot Remington Army percussion revolver, of the American Civil War period. The metal work retains a fair percentage of blue faded to brown. It has good oiled wooden grips with the usual assortment of small knocks. The gun has a good strong bore with minor pepper pitting. It has the usual knocks to the metal around the cylinder retaining pin. Good working order and good condition.
Stock No. 5518
A six shot 54 bore transitional revolver by Osbourne. The metal work is to a dark patina with patchy staining. The gun has chequered grips. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 5494
An un-named 60 bore Birmingham prooved transitional percussion revolver. The metal work is to a dark patina with some pepper pitting. It has good wood to the grip. This gun is in working order but would benefit from a little T.L.C.
Stock No. 5467
A double action only Webley Bentley type percussion revolver. The gun retains a good percentage of blue to barrel and cylinder, but it is dirty. The frame and trigger guard are grey, fading to a brown patina. It has good wood grips with one or two small marks. The gun is Birmingham prooved. There appears to be a spring missing from the left hand side of the action. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 5464
A very good 12mm. Birmingham prooved pinfire revolver. The barrel and frame retain good blue in places but mainly faded to a smooth patina. The cylinder retains a high percentage of original blue. The gun has very good undamaged wood grips with a lanyard ring. This pistol appears to have been in store and, consequently, has seen very little use, it is very crisp and in good working order and condition with a fine bore.
Stock No. 5466
A four shot 80 bore Mariette percussion pepperbox pistol. The metal work is to a dark patina with some staining. The gun is Liege prooved and has nice clean wood grips. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 5465
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 very good 3rd Model 80 bore double trigger, five shot, Tranter percussion revolver. The gun retains 90-95% original finish but with some staining. The finish on the trigger guard is fading to a brown finish. It has very fine, un-marked chequered wooden grips and a good bore. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5451
A very fine 54 bore Lang’s Patent six shot percussion revolver, retailed by Blissett, Liverpool. The fluted cylinder is numbered 1-6 and overall the metal work retains virtually all it’s original finish with a few minor losses. The gun has finely chequered walnut grips with a vacant silver escutcheon and a butt trap. There one or two very minor knocks to the grips. This gun appears to be virtually un-fired. Very good working order and condition
Stock No. 5404
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
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 it’s original finish with a vacant silver escutcheon. Good working order and very fine condition.
Stock No. 5342
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 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