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A very good 54 bore un-named Birmingham prooved percussion pocket pistol. The metal work is to a grey patina, it has a concealed trigger and very good, almost un-marked varnish to the butt with a silver escutcheon. Very sharp overall. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5481
A 50 bore Birmingham prooved percussion pocket pistol marked ‘H. Nock London’. The metal work is to a grey patina with some knocks and marks. It has a slab sided wooden butt with a silver escutcheon and many small knocks. The nipple is broken. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 5482
ONE FOR THE RESTORERS A Birmingham prooved percussion pocket pistol by Clarke London. This pistol has various faults.
Stock No. 5489
A round action boxlock percussion pistol by Lancaster. The metal work is to a grey patina and it has a concealed trigger. This pistol has a rounded, finely chequered wooden butt with a silver escutcheon. There is a chip to the wood each side where it meets the action. The safety is missing. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 5485
A Tower prooved turnoff boxlock cannon barrelled 54 bore percussion pistol by Collis. This pistol has a rolled trigger guard and all the metal work is to a smooth grey patina. It has been converted from flintlock and has a very fine slab-sided undamaged butt retaining virtually all it’s original silver wire inlay. Overall length 8in. Barrel length 2in. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5504
A boxlock pocket pistol by Carr to take top hat caps. The metal work is to a grey patina with a few minor pits. It has a very good chequered butt with a repair to the left hand side and a silver escutcheon. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5479
A boxlock pocket percussion pistol by Forth of York. The metal work is to a grey patina, the gun has a rolled trigger guard and a good clean varnished butt. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 5480
A fine and very sharp over/under tap action flintlock boxlock pocket pistol by T. & S. Weatherhead & Co. of Derby. This pistol has extremely sharp metal work with no wear and is to a dark patina. The action body has very dark, faded case hardening colours. It has a rolled trigger guard and the varnished butt is very sharp with a silver escutcheon and virtually no marks. This one is a sleeper! Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5506
A .44 rimfire Connecticut Arms Co. Bulldog derringer. The barrel blue is fading to brown with a few small knocks and the case hardened action is to a silver colour. The gun has very good vulcanised rubber grips. There is some marking to the bore. This gun is chambered for the .44 rimfire Henry round as a companion to your Henry Mod. 66 Winchester rifle. Good working order and good condition.
Stock No. 5386
A good flintlock boxlock turnoff cannon barrelled pocket pistol by Probin. The metal work is to a dark even patina, It has a rounded flared wooden butt with a couple of very minor marks, silver escutcheon and grotesque silver butt cap. The pistol has a rolled trigger guard with sliding safety. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5349
A good London prooved Colt No.1 derringer. The metal work is to a grey finish overall with one or two minor knocks, and it has a fair bore. Good working order and condition.
Stock No 5328
An all-steel National Arms Co. .41 rimfire derringer. The metal work overall is to a grey finish with no pitting. The gun has a good bore. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5319
A good London prooved .41 rimfire Colt Derringer No. 3, retailed by Geo. H. Daw, London. The barrel is faded to a grey finish, it has a good bronze body and the grips retain much original varnish with minor knocks and scuffs. Good working order and good condition.
Stock No. 5321
A good London prooved .41 rimfire No. 3 Colt Derringer. The barrel is faded to a brown patina and the action retains some original nickel plate. it has good grips with much original varnish and one or two minor knocks. It has a fine bore. Good working order and condition. Contained in it’s original chamois purse holster, also in good condition.
Stock No. 5320
A pair of 60 bore flintlock boxlock turnoff pistols by Jover. The metal work is to a grey patina with some minor knocks. The guns have sliding safeties, slab sided wooden butts with minor knocks and scratches. There is a small crack to the wood on the left hand side of one pistol. Barrels 2½in. in length. Overall 7in. in length. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 5302
A boxlock flintlock 60 bore London prooved pocket percussion pistol marked ‘London’. The metalwork is to a dark patina, it has a rolled trigger guard and sliding trigger guard safety. It has good wood with one or two minor knocks. The trigger guard is a little loose. Barrel length 2¼in. Overall length 7in. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5297.
A bronze framed No. 2 rimfire derringer by National Arms Co. The barrel is to a steel patina, the bronze frame is evenly patinated and the wood grips retain approximately 50% original varnish. This is a fairly rare derringer in good working order and good condition.
Stock No. 5293
A very good .41 Colt No. 3 nickel plated derringer. This derringer retains much original nickel plate with a patch of loss to left hand side of the barrel. It has London proof marks and very nice grips retaining much original varnish. Very good working order and condition.
A fine double barrelled 60 bore overcoat percussion pistol by Towl, Boston. The action and barrels retain much original case hardening colours and there is a gold line to the breech. The blued trigger guard has some fading. The pistol has a very finely chequered walnut butt with one or two very tiny marks. The pistol still retains it’s original serrated nipple. A very fine little pistol, hard to find in this condition. Barrel group 3½in. Overall length 8in.
Stock No. 5128
A nice, early .41 rimfire over/under Remington derringer, retaining 90% original nickel plate finish. There is a small crack to the left hand side of the hinge. It has very good grips and fine bores. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5088
A .36 percussion pocket revolver by Allan and Wheelock. The pistol is to an overall grey patina to the metal with a little light pitting to the cylinder. The wooden grips are good. Barrel length 4in. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 5018
A .32 rimfire Union Arms Co. six shot revolver. The metal is clean and to a grey patina with a couple of very small areas of light pitting. The gun has nice original grips retaining some varnish. Barrel length 3¾ in. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5023
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