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A very good .36 calibre Savage Navy percussion revolver. This gun still retains good traces of original finish in sheltered areas. It has very sharp profiles and a fine bore. The wood is good with traces of the cartouche to left grip. It is very unusual to find a Savage retaining any finish at all. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. PB12
A fine, Civil War era .44 Remington Army percussion revolver, retaining a good proportion of original blue to frame and cylinder. There are a few minor knocks to the metal work. It has untouched wood with a sharp, clean cartouche to left grip. There is a small chip to toe of left grip. The gun has a very good bore and lock-up. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. PB13
A very good 9mm Lefaucheaux pattern pinfire revolver. It has a very good bore and the barrel, cylinder and frame retain much original blue and case hardening colours. It has finely chequered, un-marked wood to grips. Very good working order and condition. Barrel length 5in.
Stock No. PB15
A very good Model 1873 French military centerfire 11 mm. revolver. It is the standard issue, being in the white, has a good bore and all matching numbers. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. PB16
A .31 calibre Colt percussion pocket revolver, Serial No. 154155, barrel length 5in. The metal work is to a dark patina with some light pepper pitting and slightly worn profiles. All matching numbers, except for the wedge. The brass trigger guard and backstrap retaining approx. 15% original silver plate. The grips have been re-varnished. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 5048
A very unusual conversion of a Starr to 10.6mm German ordnance cartridge. This pistol has been converted to 5 shot with a completely new cylinder. The action has also been converted to single and double action. This gun, almost certainly, was captured by the Germans from the French during the Franco-Prussian War then sold on as surplus to a gun making company where it was converted. It carries the standard German proof marks of the period and retains much of it’s re-finish at the time of conversion. The butt still retains traces of the cartouche from the American Civil War. This is a well travelled pistol! Good working order and good condition.
Stock No. PR27
A .31 Colt Pocket percussion revolver with a 4in. barrel. The pistol has some cylinder scene remaining and all numbers match. The pistol retains 25% original varnish to grips with the usual small knocks. All the steel parts are to a dark patina. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5034
A 7mm. Continental pin fire revolver. It has clean wooden grips and is engraved overall. The metal is fading from blue to brown. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5035
A .36 Model 1861 Colt Navy percussion revolver, Serial No. 16246. The gun retains some cylinder scene and all numbers are matching. There are a few small knocks to the metal and it has good wood grips, lightly worn, retaining 30-40% original varnish. The metal work is fading to a dark patina. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5036
A good .36 five shot Manhattan Navy percussion revolver, Serial No. 2376. This is a good, clean, sharp gun with the frame, barrel and cylinder to a dark patina. The cylinder retains most of it’s cylinder scene. It has a brass backstrap and trigger guard with the trigger guard retaining strong traces of silver plate. The gun has fine grips with nearly all it’s original varnish. Barrel length 6½in. with a fair to good bore. Very good working order and nice, honest condition.
Stock No. 5033
A good 11mm. double action Spanish pinfire revolver with folding trigger. This pistol retains almost all it’s original blue to the cylinder. The barrel and frame are fading to a brown patina. The pistol has good wood chequered grips with a lanyard ring to the butt. Barrel length 4¾in. Overall length 9½in. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4967
An 80 bore six shot Cooper’s Patent ring trigger pepperbox revolver. The gun is un-named and the barrel, frame and ring trigger are to a very dark patina with some light pepper pitting. It has varnished wooden grips and is in good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 4999
A .50 Remington Navy rolling block pistol. It has faded case colours to the frame, and the barrel is clean but with no colour. The pistol has good grips and retains traces of the cartouche to the left hand side. The barrel is marked ‘JMBC’ with an anchor. It has a mint bore. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5006
A 54 bore five shot percussion revolver, un-named but of Webley type. The pistol has been re-finished at some time. It has case colours to the frame and high grade blue to the barrel. Good chequered wood grips. Good working order and condition. Barrel length 5¾in.
Stock No. 5012
A .442 centre fire RIC No. 1 Webley six shot revolver. The gun has traces of blue fading to brown overall but no pitting. It has good grips with a couple of minor knocks. Good working order and condition. Barrel length 4½ in.
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Stock No. 5019
A .442 centre fire Birmingham prooved Tranter type revolver retaining much original blue to the barrel. The frame and cylinder are fading to brown. The revolver has good chequered wood grips. Good working order and condition.
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Stock No. 5022
A .44 rimfire Mayer’s Patent revolver. It retains traces of blue fading to an overall brown patina. The chequered grips have a few knocks and the gun has a fine bore. Barrel length 5½in. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5027
A good .44 Starr percussion revolver with all numbers matching. The metal work is to a dark patina with blue fading to brown. All the edges are sharp and it has good strong rifling to the bore with some marking. The pistol has good wood to the butt with nice cartouches to both sides and tiny inspector’s letters. Good working order and good condition.
Stock No. 4992
A fine Model 1851 Adams 120 bore percussion revolver retailed by Joseph Brazier & Son, Wolverhampton. The pistol retains approximately 90-95% original finish to barrel, frame and cylinder. It has a finely chequered undamaged wooden butt with a horn cap with slight edge chipping to horn. Very good working order and condition. The small bore '51 Adams revolvers are comparatively rare.
Stock No. 4934
A good clean .44 American Civil War Starr percussion revolver. The gun still retains traces of blue in sheltered spots and old hardened grease. It has clean wood with a small repair to heel. The action, although good, could do with a good clean as it is a bit sticky. It has a very fine bore and all numbers match.
Stock No. 4844
A .32 rimfire Smith and Wesson Model 1½ revolver retaining nearly all its original blue with minor losses. It has very fine, almost unmarked, bird's head grips. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4748