Nimschke engraved Colt Model 1849 Pocket percussion revolver s/n 88942 with four inch barrel. Engraved with the American eagle at the top of the back-strap and the Federal shield on the trigger-guard. In good condition overall. Manufactured circa 1854 with four inch barrel.
Investment quality, Deluxe brass-bound cased & Factory Engraved and silver-plated in the Gustave Young shop Colt Model 1849 Pocket percussion revolver s/n 96941/. Excellent to near mint condition. Email for full description.
Cased, British proofed Colt Model 1851 London Navy percussion revolver s/n 39915, manufactured circa 1855, with 7½ inch octagonal barrel bearing its one-line address “ADDRESS. COL: COLT. LONDON.”
Civil War period cased Colt Model 1851 Navy percussion revolver serial number 148367, manufactured circa 1863, in excellent condition. Fourth Model revolver, with large silver-plated trigger-guard & back-strap.
Excellent Colt Model 1851 Navy percussion revolver s/n 188528 circa 1866. Great condition overall.
Civilian Colt Model 1860 Army percussion revolver serial number 105293 in fine condition. Eight inch barrel and cut for stock. Mismatched cylinder numbered 7902. Great gun for the price.
Cased factory engraved Gold & Silver Colt 1862 Police revolver s/n 14043/ circa 1862.
Excellent cased Colt Model 1862 Police revolver s/n 35980 with rare 4½ inch barrel
Cased Colt Model 1862 Police percussion revolver serial number 42909 with rare 5 1/2 inch barrel in excellent plus condition. Revolver from the Norman Flayderman Collection.
Excellent British-proofed, Colt No1 Deringer s/n 1660, manufactured circa 1870-1890. Rare pistol (only about 6,500 manufactured) in obsolete .41 rimfire calibre. Barrel retains most of its original deep blue finish and strong case colours to the hammer. Sharp barrel address, serial numbers and engraving to the frame. Good action with a minty 9/10 bore. One of the best that I have seen for a long time.
Colt No 1 Deringer serial number 2385 in very good to fine condition.
Excellent British-proofed Colt No1 Deringer s/n 3712, manufactured circa 1870-1890. Rare pistol (only about 6,500 manufactured) in obsolete .41 rimfire calibre. Barrel retains most of its original plated finish and strong case-colours to the hammer. Sharp barrel address, serial numbers and engraving to the frame. Good action with an average 7/10 bore.
Colt No1 deringer s/n 4214. Very fine and rare pistol in lovely condition. Much finish.
Low numbered & British proofed Colt No2 deringer s/n 65 in good condition.
British-proofed Colt No2 Deringer s/n 1781 manufactured circa 1870-1890. Rare pistol (only about 9,000 manufactured) in obsolete .41 rimfire calibre. Overall very nice condition. Good barrel address, serial numbers and engraving to the frame. Good action with an average bore. I bought 1781 as one of a pair to 1906 (stock number 6157).
British-proofed Colt No2 deringer s/n 1906 manufactured circa 1870-1890. Rare pistol (only about 9,000 manufactured) in obsolete .41 rimfire calibre. Overall very nice condition. Good barrel address, serial numbers and engraving to the frame. Good action with an average bore. I bought 1906 as one of a pair to 1781 (stock number 6158).
Very rare, First Type Colt No3 Thuer Deringer s/n 928 with raised bolster, on the forward section of the frame, high hammer and tight grip. Manufactured in obsolete .41 rimfire calibre, circa 1870. Large -COLT- in italic letters on top of the barrel. Complimented with two-piece highly-figured select walnut grips. Overall in very good condition for this very rare, hard to find model. Good action and excellent minty bore.
Inscribed British-proofed Colt No 3 Thuer derringer s/n 15884 with sloping hammer and tight grip. Manufactured circa 1870 in obsolete .41 rimfire calibre. Large -COLT- in italic letters on top of the barrel. Complimented with two-piece highly-figured select walnut grips. Sharp barrel address, serial numbers and retailer’s inscription to both sides of the frame. The right side is inscribed in italic lettering “E M Reilly & Co” and the left side inscribed in italic lettering “OXFORD St. LONDON”. Overall in very good condition with much original blue finish to the barrel and barrel screw, some case-colours to the hammer. It retains traces of silver-plating to the frame. Good action and average bore.
Colt No3 Thuer deringer s/n 47996. Nickel plated frame and barrel with two-piece varnished walnut grips. Inventory number 47966 on butt. This derringer has the sloping hammer and wide grip frame. The serial number 47996 is penciled inside both grips. Fine to excellent condition.
Minty British-proofed Colt No 3 Thuer derringer s/n 48188 with sloping hammer and wide grip-frame. Manufactured circa 1870-1890 in obsolete .41 rimfire calibre. Large -COLT- in italic letters on top of the barrel. Complimented with original period two-piece ivory grips with a lovely browning patina, which are numbered to the deringer. Retaining nearly all of its original plating to the barrel and frame. Blued barrel screw and case-coloured hammer. Good action and bright 9/10 bore. Overall in excellent condition.
Colt New Line in obsolete .41 R/F revolver s/n 2914. Blue/Wood with 2 ¼ inch barrel. Colt New Line .41 Rimfire single action revolver s/n 2914. Blue with case-coloured frame.
Colt 1873 Bisley Single Action revolver s/n 266798. 4 ¾ inch in obsolete .41 Colt calibre.
Colt Mod. 1877 D/A “Thunderer” s/n 131431 in obsolete 41 Colt. 6 inch barrel. Near mint
Ex S&W Model 1½ Second Issue revolver s/n 52894. Blue finish, case coloured hammer. Five shot revolver, fluted cylinder and 3½ inch round barrel. Blued barrel and frame. Case coloured hammer and cartridge ejector. Complimented with two-piece varnished walnutgrips. Company address on top of barrel. This revolver is in excellent plus condition and it would be very difficult to improve.
S&W Model 1½ Second Issue revolver s/n 87489. Nickel finish with rare short barrel.
Civil War period S&W No2 Army .32 rimfire revolver s/n 13538 in very good condition.
Engraved S&W Model 1881 D/A revolver s/n 12501 with 4 inch bbl & pearl grips. This revolver with rare four inch barrel and adjustable rear target sight is New-York engraved in the Nimschke style and and furnished with two-piece mother of pearl grips. The gun is nickel plated with case coloured hammer and trigger-guard. Condition: This revolver which is fully engraved is in excellent plus condition with 95% plus original nickel. The hammer and trigger-guard retains about 65% fiery case colours. The two-piece mother of pearl grips are in excellent condition. Fine bore and crisp and tight action.
Rare cased S&W Model 1881 D/A revolver s/n 36941 with 6 & 4 inch bbl in 44 Russian. Excellent and very rare cased Smith & Wesson Model 1881 First Model Double Action Revolver serial number 36941 with two barrels. One six inch barrel and one four inch barrel. Both barrels are in obsolete 44 S&W Russian calibre. Contained in its original red lined French fitted leatherette case.
Remington Over & Under derringer s/n 465. Plated with hard rubber grips. Very nice.
Remington Over & Under UMC derringer s/n L208. Plated with hard rubber grips.Very nice.
Remington Over & Under derringer s/n 3001. Plated with hard rubber grips.
Leather Holster for Remington Over & Under Double Deringer
Henry Repeating rifle s/n 7xxx in obsolete 44 rim-fire calibre. Fine to excellent condition.
Deluxe Winchester Model 1876 Rifle s/n 13555 in obsolete 45/75. GWA in fair condition.
Near Mint Factory Engraved Winchester Model 1873 Rifle s/n 398803B in 44/40 Section 1
Near Mint Factory Engraved Winchester Model 1873 Rifle s/n 127939A in 44/40 Section 1
Minty Winchester Model 1876 Rifle s/n 25587 in obsolete 45/75. 90% finish shipped 1882. The Winchester Repeating Fire Arms records confirm that serial number 25587 is a rifle with round barrel and plain trigger. It was received in the warehouse on August 21, 1882 and shipped from the warehouse on August 24, 1882, to order number 324273. Overall in good working order, bright bore and retaining more than 90% original finish. It would be very difficult to improve on this fine 1876 rifle in any respect.
Winchester Model 1885 High Wall s/n 79xxx in obsolete 32/40. Swiss butt. Excellent condition.
Winchester Model 1886 Rifle s/n 21xxx in obsolete 40/65. Excellent plus condition.
Winchester Model 1885 High Wall s/n 63901 in obsolete 40/65 WCF. Excellent condition. This special order rifle is in fine to excellent condition, with 30 inch octagonal barrel, set trigger, case coloured frame, walnut forend and stock, with shotgun butt. Rear graduated peep-sight.
Leather Saddle Scabbard for Winchester Carbine by "El Paso Saddlery Co. El Paso Tex."
Excellent Manhattan Firearms Company percussion Navy revolver s/n 15447, manufactured circa 1859-1868, with four inch barrel, in .36 calibre. Address on barrel “MANHATTEN FIREARMS CO.NEWARK N.J.”. Five-shot cylinder with 1859 Patent dates, roll engraved with five decorative oval panels depicting intricate naval and military scenes. Complimented with excellent one-piece varnished walnut grips retaining 99% of their original varnish . Overall in very fine condition, with strong traces of original blue finish to the barrel and cylinder. Faint case-colours to the frame and hammer. Good working order and action.
Martially inspected Civil War period Starr Model 1863 Single Action percussion revolver s/n 42081 manufactured circa 1863-65 with eight inch barrel in .44 calibre. Total quantity produced only 32,000 (this number the double action model). Blued finish with case-coloured loading lever and hammer and complimented with one-piece walnut grips bearing government inspector markings. Overall in fine condition, retaining much original finish, good working order and near mint 9/10 bore.
RA01 Exquisite French cased pair of engraved Sharps four barrelled deringers s/n 2208 & 2817.
Exquisite, cased, engraved, Sharps Tipping & Lawden .30 RF four barrel derringer. Mint
Rare Sharps Model 1874 Sporting rifle s/n 154776 in obsolete 40 cal. Excellent condition.
"Colt Peacemaker British Model" by Keith Cochran. 1989. Including shipping
"The Bowie Knife" Unsheathing an American Legend, by Norman Flayderman
"Colt Firearms 1838 - 1959" by JamesE. Serven. Third Printing 1959. With dust cover.
“Colt Firearms 1838 – 1959” by James E. Serven. Third printing 1959. No dust jacket.
“Colt’s SAA”, Post War Models, by George Garton. First Edition 1979.
The Paterson Colt Book, featuring the Dennis A. LeVett Collection, by R.L. Wilson.
“The peacemaker” And its Rivals, an account of The Single Action Colt, by John E. Parsons.