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Field & Range Firearms - Day 3

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(A) A RARE MODEL 1826 FLINTLOCK NAVAL PISTOL BY W.L. EVANS.

(A) A RARE MODEL 1826 FLINTLOCK NAVAL PISTOL BY W.L. EVANS.

Lot # 3001 (Sale Order: 1 of 711)      

All 1826 naval pistols are scarce. Simeon North produced 3,000, but William Evans only produced 1,000. Barrel with stirrup ramrod, deeply struck US with proof. The lock stamped US, WE Evans, dated 1830 at tail. Walnut full stock with steel belt hook and steel mounts. Pistol is particularly interesting, as Flayderman states the 1830 date should be vertical, whereas subject pistol date is horizontal. CONDITION: Barrel is good, with some pitting throughout. Lock is pitted, but with clear markings and date stamp. Mounts with minor pitting. Stock cracked through at butt. No visible inspector's cartouche on wood. Action is crisp, except for frizzen, which is weak. Bore is fair. This rare pistol appears to be original flint, however as 98% of these 1826 naval pistols are reconverted, it is likely that subject pistol is a very skillful reconversion. Barrel Length: 8 - 5/8" Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Evans Model: 1826 Naval Serial Number: NSN

All 1826 naval pistols are scarce. Simeon North produced 3,000, but William Evans only produced 1,000. Barrel with stirrup ramrod, deeply struck US with proof. The lock s...moretamped US, WE Evans, dated 1830 at tail. Walnut full stock with steel belt hook and steel mounts. Pistol is particularly interesting, as Flayderman states the 1830 date should be vertical, whereas subject pistol date is horizontal. CONDITION: Barrel is good, with some pitting throughout. Lock is pitted, but with clear markings and date stamp. Mounts with minor pitting. Stock cracked through at butt. No visible inspector's cartouche on wood. Action is crisp, except for frizzen, which is weak. Bore is fair. This rare pistol appears to be original flint, however as 98% of these 1826 naval pistols are reconverted, it is likely that subject pistol is a very skillful reconversion. Barrel Length: 8 - 5/8" Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Evans Model: 1826 Naval Serial Number: NSN

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(A) A GOOD BRITISH LONG SEA SERVICE SINGLE SHOT FLINTLOCK PISTOL, CIRCA 1805.

(A) A GOOD BRITISH LONG SEA SERVICE SINGLE SHOT FLINTLOCK PISTOL, CIRCA 1805.

Lot # 3002 (Sale Order: 2 of 711)      

Of standard configuration throughout. The long barrel with British proofs. Bolted lock has crown over GR and TOWER. The walnut full stock is stamped throughout with British store keepers' markings and date 180?. Long steel belt hook. CONDITION: Metal is polished to arsenal standards. Markings are extremely crisp. Stock is excellent, with only minor marks. One small fill behind barrel tang. Belt hook is original. Action is crisp as new. Bore is brilliant. Ramrod possibly an original. A superior example of this classic British naval weapon used during the Napoleonic Wars. From the Robert Sadler Collection. Barrel Length: 12" Caliber/Bore: .58 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Tower Armories Model: Paperwork: Consignor info, photos Serial Number: NSN

Of standard configuration throughout. The long barrel with British proofs. Bolted lock has crown over GR and TOWER. The walnut full stock is stamped throughout with Briti...moresh store keepers' markings and date 180?. Long steel belt hook. CONDITION: Metal is polished to arsenal standards. Markings are extremely crisp. Stock is excellent, with only minor marks. One small fill behind barrel tang. Belt hook is original. Action is crisp as new. Bore is brilliant. Ramrod possibly an original. A superior example of this classic British naval weapon used during the Napoleonic Wars. From the Robert Sadler Collection. Barrel Length: 12" Caliber/Bore: .58 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Tower Armories Model: Paperwork: Consignor info, photos Serial Number: NSN

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(A) AN 1813 (?) CONTRACT UNITED STATES FLINTLOCK MARTIAL PISTOL WITH BARREL MARKED DERINGER PHILA PA

(A) AN 1813 (?) CONTRACT UNITED STATES FLINTLOCK MARTIAL PISTOL WITH BARREL MARKED DERINGER PHILA PA

Lot # 3003 (Sale Order: 3 of 711)      

Flayderman illustrates a similar gun but with a completely different stock configuration. Handle contour and configuration are not standard. Long barrel is properly marked. Lock of correct configuration but is unmarked. Walnut full stock has different configuration from example illustrated in Flayderman. Perhaps 56 of these were made for the State of Maryland. CONDITION: Barrel is good, mostly smooth patina. Small brass foresight as is proper for this model. Double neck cock, some minor pitting on pan and frizzen screws. Lock functions perfectly. Brass furniture with trigger guard corresponding to image in Flayderman. Stock has one chip forward of cock plate. A large depression is at the extreme right side of butt. Condition of lock is good and appears untouched. Original flint. One side nail screw has been replaced. Stock with old hand-worn patina and minor marks. A repaired split on one side does not detract. Bore is fair. This is an extremely rare pistol and the fact that it does not conform does not mean it is not an authentic Henry Deringer flintlock pistol. Barrel Length: 10" Caliber/Bore: .55 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Derringer Model: Dragoon Serial Number: NSN

Flayderman illustrates a similar gun but with a completely different stock configuration. Handle contour and configuration are not standard. Long barrel is properly marke...mored. Lock of correct configuration but is unmarked. Walnut full stock has different configuration from example illustrated in Flayderman. Perhaps 56 of these were made for the State of Maryland. CONDITION: Barrel is good, mostly smooth patina. Small brass foresight as is proper for this model. Double neck cock, some minor pitting on pan and frizzen screws. Lock functions perfectly. Brass furniture with trigger guard corresponding to image in Flayderman. Stock has one chip forward of cock plate. A large depression is at the extreme right side of butt. Condition of lock is good and appears untouched. Original flint. One side nail screw has been replaced. Stock with old hand-worn patina and minor marks. A repaired split on one side does not detract. Bore is fair. This is an extremely rare pistol and the fact that it does not conform does not mean it is not an authentic Henry Deringer flintlock pistol. Barrel Length: 10" Caliber/Bore: .55 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Derringer Model: Dragoon Serial Number: NSN

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(A) A US MARTIAL FLINTLOCK SINGLE SHOT PISTOL, MODEL 1836, BY R. JOHNSON, MIDLN CONN, DATED 1841.

(A) A US MARTIAL FLINTLOCK SINGLE SHOT PISTOL, MODEL 1836, BY R. JOHNSON, MIDLN CONN, DATED 1841.

Lot # 3004 (Sale Order: 4 of 711)      

A fine example. Struck US, JHP at breech. All original small parts. CONDITION: Barrel polished arsenal bright. Lock with staining but no pitting. Trigger retains traces of finish. Mounts polished bright. Stock is superior, with nearly all of its original raised grain. Phenomenal JH and WAT cartouches. Action is as new. Bore is brilliant. A superior example, although polish is not arsenal original. From the Robert Sadler Collection. Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: R. Johnson Model: 1836 Serial Number: NSN

A fine example. Struck US, JHP at breech. All original small parts. CONDITION: Barrel polished arsenal bright. Lock with staining but no pitting. Trigger retains traces o...moref finish. Mounts polished bright. Stock is superior, with nearly all of its original raised grain. Phenomenal JH and WAT cartouches. Action is as new. Bore is brilliant. A superior example, although polish is not arsenal original. From the Robert Sadler Collection. Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: R. Johnson Model: 1836 Serial Number: NSN

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(A) A GOOD PARTLY SILVER MOUNTED LONG FLINTLOCK HOLSTER PISTOL BY KETLAND AND COMPANY, CIRCA 1780.

(A) A GOOD PARTLY SILVER MOUNTED LONG FLINTLOCK HOLSTER PISTOL BY KETLAND AND COMPANY, CIRCA 1780.

Lot # 3005 (Sale Order: 5 of 711)      

Barrel with two moldings, stamped at breech with viewed and proofed marks and IK for John Ketland, 1769-1799. The flat step bolted lock with line border signed Ketland and Co.. Hammer with line border and frizzen with roller bearing frizzen en suite with lock. Steel trigger guard with pineapple finial. Spurred steel buttcap with silver grotesque mask pommel. Silver sideplate pierced and cast and chased with rocailles, silver thumbpiece engraved with initials J.B. surmounted by a castle with a bird flying over three towers. Well figured walnut full stock, steel ramrod pipes. Horn tipped ramrod. CONDITION: Barrel is lightly worn and polished. Lock with light wear. All small parts including topjaw and jaw screw appear to be original. Trigger guard with extremely minor pitting, polished bright. Spurred buttcap in similar condition, grotesque and silver plate in good condition, thumbpiece in fine condition with visible initials and castle. Bore is fine for a pistol of this age. Action is crisp. Walnut full stock with two minor splits on one side that do not detract, pistol has been varnished. Barrel Length: 10" Caliber/Bore: .65 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Ketland & Co. Model: Flintlock Pistol Serial Number: NSN

Barrel with two moldings, stamped at breech with viewed and proofed marks and IK for John Ketland, 1769-1799. The flat step bolted lock with line border signed Ketland an...mored Co.. Hammer with line border and frizzen with roller bearing frizzen en suite with lock. Steel trigger guard with pineapple finial. Spurred steel buttcap with silver grotesque mask pommel. Silver sideplate pierced and cast and chased with rocailles, silver thumbpiece engraved with initials J.B. surmounted by a castle with a bird flying over three towers. Well figured walnut full stock, steel ramrod pipes. Horn tipped ramrod. CONDITION: Barrel is lightly worn and polished. Lock with light wear. All small parts including topjaw and jaw screw appear to be original. Trigger guard with extremely minor pitting, polished bright. Spurred buttcap in similar condition, grotesque and silver plate in good condition, thumbpiece in fine condition with visible initials and castle. Bore is fine for a pistol of this age. Action is crisp. Walnut full stock with two minor splits on one side that do not detract, pistol has been varnished. Barrel Length: 10" Caliber/Bore: .65 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Ketland & Co. Model: Flintlock Pistol Serial Number: NSN

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(A) A US MODEL 1816 SINGLE SHOT FLINTLOCK MARTIAL PISTOL BY SIMEON NORTH WITH UNUSUAL, POSSIBLY UNIQ

(A) A US MODEL 1816 SINGLE SHOT FLINTLOCK MARTIAL PISTOL BY SIMEON NORTH WITH UNUSUAL, POSSIBLY UNIQ

Lot # 3006 (Sale Order: 6 of 711)      

Of standard configuration throughout. The barrel with brown finish over old pitting stamped P over US and J. Further marked on top of barrel COND G HA 1 FIRST B 4(?) The lock with clear S. NORTH MIDDLN CONN, US and eagle. CONDITION: Walnut stock has been cleaned. Cartouche is faint but visible. Mounts with minor pitting, particularly on butt cap. Stock with only minor marks. Action is crisp. Gun is original flint. Bore is fair. Oak ramrod with slotted tip appears to be an original. Markings bear further research. From the Robert Sadler Collection. Barrel Length: 9 - 1/16" Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: S. North Model: 1816 Serial Number: NSN

Of standard configuration throughout. The barrel with brown finish over old pitting stamped P over US and J. Further marked on top of barrel COND G HA 1 FIRST B 4(?) The ...morelock with clear S. NORTH MIDDLN CONN, US and eagle. CONDITION: Walnut stock has been cleaned. Cartouche is faint but visible. Mounts with minor pitting, particularly on butt cap. Stock with only minor marks. Action is crisp. Gun is original flint. Bore is fair. Oak ramrod with slotted tip appears to be an original. Markings bear further research. From the Robert Sadler Collection. Barrel Length: 9 - 1/16" Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: S. North Model: 1816 Serial Number: NSN

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(A) MODEL 1816 US SINGLE SHOT MARTIAL FLINTLOCK PISTOL, FIRST TYPE S. NORTH.

(A) MODEL 1816 US SINGLE SHOT MARTIAL FLINTLOCK PISTOL, FIRST TYPE S. NORTH.

Lot # 3007 (Sale Order: 7 of 711)      

Of standard configuration throughout. Barrel is polished bright, with crisp P over US at breech. Barrel bands and mounts polished bright. Lock is polished, with no pitting to speak of. Walnut stock with some old over-varnish and extremely minor marks. Cartouche is visible and further stamped JC. Action is crisp as new. Bore is good. Ramrod appears to be an original. A very attractive example of this particular model. From the Robert Sadler Collection. Barrel Length: 9 - 3/16" Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: S. North Model: Flintlock Pistol Serial Number: NSN

Of standard configuration throughout. Barrel is polished bright, with crisp P over US at breech. Barrel bands and mounts polished bright. Lock is polished, with no pittin...moreg to speak of. Walnut stock with some old over-varnish and extremely minor marks. Cartouche is visible and further stamped JC. Action is crisp as new. Bore is good. Ramrod appears to be an original. A very attractive example of this particular model. From the Robert Sadler Collection. Barrel Length: 9 - 3/16" Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: S. North Model: Flintlock Pistol Serial Number: NSN

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(A) EARLY FRENCH FLINTLOCK HORSEMANS PISTOL.

(A) EARLY FRENCH FLINTLOCK HORSEMANS PISTOL.

Lot # 3008 (Sale Order: 8 of 711)      

Long two-stage 13-3/8” tapered barrels in .58 caliber smoothbore. Flat beveled banana lock with cock repaired at neck during period of use. Lock engraved in center “CHATEAU / A MAYENNE”. Varnished walnut stock with early relief carving around barrel tang, around entry ferrule, around lock, sideplate, and trigger guard. Early brass furniture, trigger guard with relief urn with acanthus leaves at finial above a face, buttcap displays a bust of a Roman soldier against a stippled background, and sideplate engraved with a boar’s head surrounded by polearms and flags. Wrist escutcheon with Roman soldier’s head against a stippled ground with acanthus leaf below and whimsical face above. CONDITION: Very good; dark even brown patina on barrel and lock, small repair on left side of breech. Brass with unpolished patina, stock dark and has some minor age cracks on forend and a few scattered marks from use. A fine example of an early 18th century officer’s pistol. Barrel Length: 13 - 3/8" Caliber/Bore: .57 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: French Model: Horsemans Flintlock Pistol Serial Number: NSN

Long two-stage 13-3/8” tapered barrels in .58 caliber smoothbore. Flat beveled banana lock with cock repaired at neck during period of use. Lock engraved in center “CHATE...moreAU / A MAYENNE”. Varnished walnut stock with early relief carving around barrel tang, around entry ferrule, around lock, sideplate, and trigger guard. Early brass furniture, trigger guard with relief urn with acanthus leaves at finial above a face, buttcap displays a bust of a Roman soldier against a stippled background, and sideplate engraved with a boar’s head surrounded by polearms and flags. Wrist escutcheon with Roman soldier’s head against a stippled ground with acanthus leaf below and whimsical face above. CONDITION: Very good; dark even brown patina on barrel and lock, small repair on left side of breech. Brass with unpolished patina, stock dark and has some minor age cracks on forend and a few scattered marks from use. A fine example of an early 18th century officer’s pistol. Barrel Length: 13 - 3/8" Caliber/Bore: .57 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: French Model: Horsemans Flintlock Pistol Serial Number: NSN

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(A) LOT OF TWO: COLLECTOR'S LOT OF SINGLE SHOT FLINTLOCK PISTOLS, ONE A FRENCH MODEL 1813, THE OTHER

(A) LOT OF TWO: COLLECTOR'S LOT OF SINGLE SHOT FLINTLOCK PISTOLS, ONE A FRENCH MODEL 1813, THE OTHER

Lot # 3009 (Sale Order: 9 of 711)      

Lot consists of (A) Model 1813 marked "MODEL 1809" is dated 1808 on barrel. Standard configuration. CONDITION: Barrel is in good condition and has deep even aged brown. The lock with deep even age brown marked "MANUFACTURE IMPERIAL DE ST. ETIENNE". Stock in good condition with a few minor marks. Action is crisp, bore is fair. Lock appears to have original small parts. (B) German pistol with beautiful octagonal Damascus barrel. No maker's signature. Two-leaf rear sight. Steel front sight. Blued lock with swan neck cock. Plain brass furniture. Stock with some carving. Horn-tip ramrod and flattened butt typical of German pistols of this period. CONDITION: Set trigger functions. Lock retains some original blue finish. Small parts polished bright. Carved stock in good condition except for some minor chips on left side and one burn mark. Bore is fair. A good lot for the flintlock enthusiast. Barrel Length: (A) 7 - 3/4" (B) 8 - 3/4" Caliber/Bore: (A) .69 Smoothbore (B) .58 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (A) St. Etienne (B) Unmarked Model: (A) Flintlock (B) Flintlock Serial Number: (A)1808 (B) NSN

Lot consists of (A) Model 1813 marked "MODEL 1809" is dated 1808 on barrel. Standard configuration. CONDITION: Barrel is in good condition and has deep even aged brown. T...morehe lock with deep even age brown marked "MANUFACTURE IMPERIAL DE ST. ETIENNE". Stock in good condition with a few minor marks. Action is crisp, bore is fair. Lock appears to have original small parts. (B) German pistol with beautiful octagonal Damascus barrel. No maker's signature. Two-leaf rear sight. Steel front sight. Blued lock with swan neck cock. Plain brass furniture. Stock with some carving. Horn-tip ramrod and flattened butt typical of German pistols of this period. CONDITION: Set trigger functions. Lock retains some original blue finish. Small parts polished bright. Carved stock in good condition except for some minor chips on left side and one burn mark. Bore is fair. A good lot for the flintlock enthusiast. Barrel Length: (A) 7 - 3/4" (B) 8 - 3/4" Caliber/Bore: (A) .69 Smoothbore (B) .58 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (A) St. Etienne (B) Unmarked Model: (A) Flintlock (B) Flintlock Serial Number: (A)1808 (B) NSN

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(A) AN EXTREMELY UNUSUAL "VARIANT EAGLE MARKED" MODEL 1836 US FLINTLOCK MARTIAL PISTOL.

(A) AN EXTREMELY UNUSUAL "VARIANT EAGLE MARKED" MODEL 1836 US FLINTLOCK MARTIAL PISTOL.

Lot # 3010 (Sale Order: 10 of 711)      

The barrel is of standard 1836 configuration stamped at breech US, JHP. The lock with American eagle and shield has no maker's mark or date. Screws with inspector's mark "K". Flayderman lists this as the "variant eagle marking" model. Lock mark ahead of hammer only with an awkward eagle with shield on breast, with no other markings present." The likelihood is that this is a special militia contract. Stock has none of the usual inspectors' marks. CONDITION: Overall good with no significant pitting on metal. Stock with extra coating of varnish but maintains full dimension. Action is crisp, bore is good. A most interesting American flintlock martial pistol. Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .56 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Unknown Model: 1836 "Varient Eagle" Serial Number: NSN

The barrel is of standard 1836 configuration stamped at breech US, JHP. The lock with American eagle and shield has no maker's mark or date. Screws with inspector's mark ...more"K". Flayderman lists this as the "variant eagle marking" model. Lock mark ahead of hammer only with an awkward eagle with shield on breast, with no other markings present." The likelihood is that this is a special militia contract. Stock has none of the usual inspectors' marks. CONDITION: Overall good with no significant pitting on metal. Stock with extra coating of varnish but maintains full dimension. Action is crisp, bore is good. A most interesting American flintlock martial pistol. Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .56 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Unknown Model: 1836 "Varient Eagle" Serial Number: NSN

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(A) LOT OF TWO: A FINE PAIR OF TRYON PHILADELPHIA BELT PISTOLS MADE FOR L.FISHER, LYNCHBURG VA CIRCA

(A) LOT OF TWO: A FINE PAIR OF TRYON PHILADELPHIA BELT PISTOLS MADE FOR L.FISHER, LYNCHBURG VA CIRCA

Lot # 3011 (Sale Order: 11 of 711)      

Browned octagonal barrels retain some original brown finish. Signed in full L. Fisher, Lynchburg VA. The back action locks are signed TRYON PHILADA. Engraved in the Deringer style with scrolls. The dolphin form hammers are engraved en suite with checkered spurs. German silver mounts engraved. Checkered walnut butts with German silver and steel butt traps. CONDITION: Blued steel belt hooks, one possibly replaced during the period. Stirrup rammers. Varnished figured walnut stocks are finely checkered at butt. One pistol has a tight crack extending from wedge escutcheon to German silver forend tip. Actions are good. Bores are fair. This is a fine pair of pistols with possibly Confederate association and will appeal to the collector of Deringers and southern percussion single shot pistols. From the Robert Sadler Collection. Barrel Length: (BOTH) 4-7/8" Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .44 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Tryon Model: (BOTH) Belt Pistol Serial Number: (BOTH) NSN

Browned octagonal barrels retain some original brown finish. Signed in full L. Fisher, Lynchburg VA. The back action locks are signed TRYON PHILADA. Engraved in the Derin...moreger style with scrolls. The dolphin form hammers are engraved en suite with checkered spurs. German silver mounts engraved. Checkered walnut butts with German silver and steel butt traps. CONDITION: Blued steel belt hooks, one possibly replaced during the period. Stirrup rammers. Varnished figured walnut stocks are finely checkered at butt. One pistol has a tight crack extending from wedge escutcheon to German silver forend tip. Actions are good. Bores are fair. This is a fine pair of pistols with possibly Confederate association and will appeal to the collector of Deringers and southern percussion single shot pistols. From the Robert Sadler Collection. Barrel Length: (BOTH) 4-7/8" Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .44 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Tryon Model: (BOTH) Belt Pistol Serial Number: (BOTH) NSN

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(A) A SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1855 SINGLE SHOT MARTIAL PISTOL WITH SHOULDER STOCK AND 12" RIFLED BARREL, D

(A) A SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1855 SINGLE SHOT MARTIAL PISTOL WITH SHOULDER STOCK AND 12" RIFLED BARREL, D

Lot # 3012 (Sale Order: 12 of 711)      

Of standard configuration throughout, with bright polished barrel and some pitting, particularly at breech and on bolster. Stamped SC and dated 1855, VP over eagle. The lock has faint date 1855 and strong US Springfield and eagle on Maynard tape primer door. Walnut stock with over-varnish and minor marks, no visible cartouche, and some wear. Deep dents from shoulder stock being affixed on either side of wrist. Brass mounts in good condition. Both sling swivel and lanyard and butt are present. Primer mechanism is functional. Primer door appears to be original. Clean-out screw is possibly an old replacement. Shoulder stock with brass yoke and butt plate appears to be an original (for a change). Numbered 7 with US on butt plate. CONDITION: Full dimension wood with some raised grain. Large letter P carved on right side of stock. Brass with a pleasant color. Action is very good and tight. Rifled bore is good. An above average example of this most attractive and interesting US shoulder stock pistol carbine, with the added desirability of potential Confederate use. From the Robert Sadler Collection. Barrel Length: 12" Caliber/Bore: .58 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1855 Paperwork: Consignor Info Serial Number: NSN

Of standard configuration throughout, with bright polished barrel and some pitting, particularly at breech and on bolster. Stamped SC and dated 1855, VP over eagle. The l...moreock has faint date 1855 and strong US Springfield and eagle on Maynard tape primer door. Walnut stock with over-varnish and minor marks, no visible cartouche, and some wear. Deep dents from shoulder stock being affixed on either side of wrist. Brass mounts in good condition. Both sling swivel and lanyard and butt are present. Primer mechanism is functional. Primer door appears to be original. Clean-out screw is possibly an old replacement. Shoulder stock with brass yoke and butt plate appears to be an original (for a change). Numbered 7 with US on butt plate. CONDITION: Full dimension wood with some raised grain. Large letter P carved on right side of stock. Brass with a pleasant color. Action is very good and tight. Rifled bore is good. An above average example of this most attractive and interesting US shoulder stock pistol carbine, with the added desirability of potential Confederate use. From the Robert Sadler Collection. Barrel Length: 12" Caliber/Bore: .58 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1855 Paperwork: Consignor Info Serial Number: NSN

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(A) C. MOORE LONDON DOUBLE BARREL HOWDAH PISTOL.

(A) C. MOORE LONDON DOUBLE BARREL HOWDAH PISTOL.

Lot # 3013 (Sale Order: 13 of 711)      

The top of the barrel is stamped C. Moore 77 St. James Street London. The actions are stamped C. Moores Patent. Charles Moore first set up shop in 1821 in Regent Circus. He operated at 77 St. James street from 1825 until 1842 which is where and when this gun was made. It features twin 6" barrels in .620 bore sans rifling. Both of the engraved hammers have individual safeties. Each barrel has its own trigger. The finely finished and checkered walnut stock features a piano finish. The hammers, actions and trigger-guard are all delicately engraved. Pistol features an ebony top and the swivel loading rod. CONDITION: Both hammers are in working condition but the left nipple is missing. Wood is in excellent shape. Bores are a bit dingy. Barrel Length: 6" Caliber/Bore: .62 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: C. Moore Model: Howdah Serial Number: NSN

The top of the barrel is stamped C. Moore 77 St. James Street London. The actions are stamped C. Moores Patent. Charles Moore first set up shop in 1821 in Regent Circus. ...moreHe operated at 77 St. James street from 1825 until 1842 which is where and when this gun was made. It features twin 6" barrels in .620 bore sans rifling. Both of the engraved hammers have individual safeties. Each barrel has its own trigger. The finely finished and checkered walnut stock features a piano finish. The hammers, actions and trigger-guard are all delicately engraved. Pistol features an ebony top and the swivel loading rod. CONDITION: Both hammers are in working condition but the left nipple is missing. Wood is in excellent shape. Bores are a bit dingy. Barrel Length: 6" Caliber/Bore: .62 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: C. Moore Model: Howdah Serial Number: NSN

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(A) SPRINGFIELD US MARTIAL MODEL 1855 SINGLE SHOT PISTOL CARBINE.

(A) SPRINGFIELD US MARTIAL MODEL 1855 SINGLE SHOT PISTOL CARBINE.

Lot # 3014 (Sale Order: 14 of 711)      

Manufactured from 1855-1857 with a total 4,021. Of standard configuration throughout, with no shoulder stock. Barrel and lock both bear 1855 date. Barrel struck with VP over an eagle's head. Single leaf folding rear sight. Stirrup ramrod. CONDITION: Barrel with medium pitting at breech. Lock with minor pitting on bolster and primer door. Eagle is worn. Maynard tape primer not functional. Hammer possibly from another pistol. Stock with a number of dents, dings, and chips, particularly pronounced on brass fore end. Stock is not cracked through the wrist, as most of these are. A split developing forward of lock plate on right side. Action works perfectly, with strong mainspring. Rifled bore in good condition. An acceptable specimen of the largest US single shot percussion martial pistols. Barrel Length: 12" Caliber/Bore: .58 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1855 Serial Number: NSN

Manufactured from 1855-1857 with a total 4,021. Of standard configuration throughout, with no shoulder stock. Barrel and lock both bear 1855 date. Barrel struck with VP o...morever an eagle's head. Single leaf folding rear sight. Stirrup ramrod. CONDITION: Barrel with medium pitting at breech. Lock with minor pitting on bolster and primer door. Eagle is worn. Maynard tape primer not functional. Hammer possibly from another pistol. Stock with a number of dents, dings, and chips, particularly pronounced on brass fore end. Stock is not cracked through the wrist, as most of these are. A split developing forward of lock plate on right side. Action works perfectly, with strong mainspring. Rifled bore in good condition. An acceptable specimen of the largest US single shot percussion martial pistols. Barrel Length: 12" Caliber/Bore: .58 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Springfield Model: 1855 Serial Number: NSN

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(A) REPRODUCTION AGED COLT THIRD MODEL DRAGOON SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER.

(A) REPRODUCTION AGED COLT THIRD MODEL DRAGOON SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER.

Lot # 3015 (Sale Order: 15 of 711)      

This revolver features the octagon to round barrel, USMR roll engraved cylinder scene, round brass trigger guard, steel backstrap and one piece oiled walnut grips. Left side of frame is stamped "COLTS PATENT". Barrel is stamped "ADRESS SAM COLT NEW YORK". Full or partial matching numbers on frame, barrel, trigger guard, backstrap, wedge, cylinder and loading lever. Two leaf folding rear sight cut into frame through "NEW YORK". Inspector stamps "V" and "G" on left trigger guard; no other inspector stamps visible, since only the trigger guard has inspectors they probably used a military inspected trigger guard for production of this civilian model. Cut for shoulder stock. CONDITION: Basically no original finish or color left on the gun and has turned a soft patina with sharp edges and legends. A few places have had some finish wiped on, not redone but simply added, as has faded to a soft patina as well. Cylinder has overall light salt and pepper but is still 70-80% visible. All original nipples. Grips fit very well with no chips or piece missing. Indexes and locks up correctly. Bore has well defined razor sharp lands, grooves with some black powder residue. This modern made Colt was aged to look just like an old original and markings that would appear to be period. The only readily noticeable feature that is absolutely not period is the rifling. Someone with real talent altered this gun to be almost indiscernible from an original. Great gun for any reenactor. Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .44 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: 3rd Model Dragoon Serial Number: 18167

This revolver features the octagon to round barrel, USMR roll engraved cylinder scene, round brass trigger guard, steel backstrap and one piece oiled walnut grips. Left s...moreide of frame is stamped "COLTS PATENT". Barrel is stamped "ADRESS SAM COLT NEW YORK". Full or partial matching numbers on frame, barrel, trigger guard, backstrap, wedge, cylinder and loading lever. Two leaf folding rear sight cut into frame through "NEW YORK". Inspector stamps "V" and "G" on left trigger guard; no other inspector stamps visible, since only the trigger guard has inspectors they probably used a military inspected trigger guard for production of this civilian model. Cut for shoulder stock. CONDITION: Basically no original finish or color left on the gun and has turned a soft patina with sharp edges and legends. A few places have had some finish wiped on, not redone but simply added, as has faded to a soft patina as well. Cylinder has overall light salt and pepper but is still 70-80% visible. All original nipples. Grips fit very well with no chips or piece missing. Indexes and locks up correctly. Bore has well defined razor sharp lands, grooves with some black powder residue. This modern made Colt was aged to look just like an old original and markings that would appear to be period. The only readily noticeable feature that is absolutely not period is the rifling. Someone with real talent altered this gun to be almost indiscernible from an original. Great gun for any reenactor. Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .44 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: 3rd Model Dragoon Serial Number: 18167

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(A) CASED ALLEN & WHEELOCK SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION BOOT PISTOL.

(A) CASED ALLEN & WHEELOCK SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION BOOT PISTOL.

Lot # 3016 (Sale Order: 16 of 711)      

The maker name is not stamped on this pistol but determined by the patent date stamped on the hammer. This is a top hammer single shot .32 bore with a 2" barrel, single trigger and bag handle with real ivory or horn grips. Legends are sharp. CONDITION: Metal is a soft brown patina. Pistol works as double action only as there is no hammer to cock. The pistol resides in a period walnut case with faded red velvet lining. Accessories include a small fleur-de-lis pattern brass powder flask, small steel two cavity mold with built-in wrench and Eley cap tin. Nice mid-nineteenth century set. Accessories: Wooden Case, Bullet Mold, Cap Tin, Powder Flask Barrel Length: 2" Caliber/Bore: .31 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Allen & Wheelock Model: Boot Pistol Serial Number: 242

The maker name is not stamped on this pistol but determined by the patent date stamped on the hammer. This is a top hammer single shot .32 bore with a 2" barrel, single t...morerigger and bag handle with real ivory or horn grips. Legends are sharp. CONDITION: Metal is a soft brown patina. Pistol works as double action only as there is no hammer to cock. The pistol resides in a period walnut case with faded red velvet lining. Accessories include a small fleur-de-lis pattern brass powder flask, small steel two cavity mold with built-in wrench and Eley cap tin. Nice mid-nineteenth century set. Accessories: Wooden Case, Bullet Mold, Cap Tin, Powder Flask Barrel Length: 2" Caliber/Bore: .31 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Allen & Wheelock Model: Boot Pistol Serial Number: 242

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(A) US MARTIAL SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION PISTOL, A "FLAT LOCK WATERS."

(A) US MARTIAL SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION PISTOL, A "FLAT LOCK WATERS."

Lot # 3017 (Sale Order: 17 of 711)      

Of standard configuration throughout. Flayderman 6A039. Barrel stamped JHP. Flat lock stamped "(Eagle) / A.H. Waters & Co. / Milbury MASS". Walnut stock. CONDITION: Gun is in untouched condition as regards steel. Brass trigger guard with old polish. Stock in fine condition, with some raised grain and no inspector's marks. Action is crisp, bore is good. An attractive example of this interesting US martial variation. From the Robert Sadler Collection. Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Waters Model: Flat Lock Serial Number: NSN

Of standard configuration throughout. Flayderman 6A039. Barrel stamped JHP. Flat lock stamped "(Eagle) / A.H. Waters & Co. / Milbury MASS". Walnut stock. CONDITION: Gun i...mores in untouched condition as regards steel. Brass trigger guard with old polish. Stock in fine condition, with some raised grain and no inspector's marks. Action is crisp, bore is good. An attractive example of this interesting US martial variation. From the Robert Sadler Collection. Barrel Length: 8 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .54 Smoothbore FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Waters Model: Flat Lock Serial Number: NSN

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(A) A RARE WATERS ALL METAL SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION PISTOL, CIRCA 1849, BY A.H. WATERS, MILBURY MASSA

(A) A RARE WATERS ALL METAL SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION PISTOL, CIRCA 1849, BY A.H. WATERS, MILBURY MASSA

Lot # 3018 (Sale Order: 18 of 711)      

Flayderman refers to these interesting pistols as "an enigma" and "these have not been adopted as an official U.S. martial arm." This example has no Waters markings, but eagle, US and P at breech. Stirrup rammer, brass fore sight, engraved hammer. Two piece walnut grips. CONDITION: Polished bright over medium pitting throughout. Grips have a later coat of varnish but only a few minor marks. Action is crisp. Bore is fair. A most interesting, possibly martial, percussion pistol listed under Flayderman's primary military single shot pistol section. From the Robert Sadler Collection. Barrel Length: 8" Caliber/Bore: .54 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Waters Model: Single Shot Serial Number: NSN

Flayderman refers to these interesting pistols as "an enigma" and "these have not been adopted as an official U.S. martial arm." This example has no Waters markings, but ...moreeagle, US and P at breech. Stirrup rammer, brass fore sight, engraved hammer. Two piece walnut grips. CONDITION: Polished bright over medium pitting throughout. Grips have a later coat of varnish but only a few minor marks. Action is crisp. Bore is fair. A most interesting, possibly martial, percussion pistol listed under Flayderman's primary military single shot pistol section. From the Robert Sadler Collection. Barrel Length: 8" Caliber/Bore: .54 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Waters Model: Single Shot Serial Number: NSN

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(A) LOT OF TWO: A FINE PAIR OF ORIGINAL COLT POCKET MODEL PERCUSSION REVOLVERS.

(A) LOT OF TWO: A FINE PAIR OF ORIGINAL COLT POCKET MODEL PERCUSSION REVOLVERS.

Lot # 3019 (Sale Order: 19 of 711)      

Lot consists of (A) Model 1849 featuring the scarce 6" octagon barrel, five shot, single action made in 1864. Every number on this gun matches including wedge. CONDITION: Cylinder has a 80% stagecoach scene. Straps are brass with flashes of plating. All legends are sharp. The one piece varnished walnut grips fit like a glove with some minor finish loss. The case colors have darkened. Balance of metal is a nice smooth aged patina. The action indexes and locks up correctly. The bore exhibits sharp rifling with some minor frosting. (B) Model 1862 Pocket Pistol of Navy Caliber made in 1861. This is a fairly hard to find model. This revolver features a 4 - 1/2" octagon barrel in .36 caliber, short loading lever, 1849 size frame, five shot, rebated cylinder with stagecoach scene with varnished one piece walnut grips. All of the numbers match with exception of loading lever which bears a different number. CONDITION: Straps are brass with no remains of any plating. Colors have darkened. Legends are sharp. The barrel has some flashes of original blue with majority having drifted to a soft patina. The action indexes correctly. The bore exhibits sharp rifling. Barrel Length: (A) 6"; (B) 4 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 Rifled; (B) .36 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) 1849 Pocket; (B) 1865 Pocket Serial Number: (A) 256781; (B) 2517

Lot consists of (A) Model 1849 featuring the scarce 6" octagon barrel, five shot, single action made in 1864. Every number on this gun matches including wedge. CONDITION:...more Cylinder has a 80% stagecoach scene. Straps are brass with flashes of plating. All legends are sharp. The one piece varnished walnut grips fit like a glove with some minor finish loss. The case colors have darkened. Balance of metal is a nice smooth aged patina. The action indexes and locks up correctly. The bore exhibits sharp rifling with some minor frosting. (B) Model 1862 Pocket Pistol of Navy Caliber made in 1861. This is a fairly hard to find model. This revolver features a 4 - 1/2" octagon barrel in .36 caliber, short loading lever, 1849 size frame, five shot, rebated cylinder with stagecoach scene with varnished one piece walnut grips. All of the numbers match with exception of loading lever which bears a different number. CONDITION: Straps are brass with no remains of any plating. Colors have darkened. Legends are sharp. The barrel has some flashes of original blue with majority having drifted to a soft patina. The action indexes correctly. The bore exhibits sharp rifling. Barrel Length: (A) 6"; (B) 4 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: (A) .32 Rifled; (B) .36 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) 1849 Pocket; (B) 1865 Pocket Serial Number: (A) 256781; (B) 2517

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(A) LOT OF TWO: COLT REVOLVERS - 1861 NAVY BLACK POWDER SERIES & COLT LIGHTNING SHERIFF'S MODEL.

(A) LOT OF TWO: COLT REVOLVERS - 1861 NAVY BLACK POWDER SERIES & COLT LIGHTNING SHERIFF'S MODEL.

Lot # 3020 (Sale Order: 20 of 711)      

Lot consists of (A) Colt Black Powder series 1861 Navy with original gray box. Blued barrel, cylinder, triggerguard and backstrap. Case hardened frame, hammer, and rammer. One piece walnut grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains nearly all original finish to both wood and metal with the exception of a couple of tiny spots towards muzzle. Grips are excellent. Box is excellent with minor rubs. (B) Colt Lightning Sheriff's Model with 4 - 1/2" barrel with blade front sight, and etched panel on left side of barrel. Case hardened frame. Checkered one piece walnut grips. Blued trigger guard and backstrap, trigger and hammer with lustrous high polish blue. CONDITION: Extremely fine as expertly restored in the very finest quality. Retains virtually all restored finish to both wood and metal surfaces and appears unfired since restoration. Bore with some frosting. The quality of the restoration work on this gun cannot be overstated. Accessories: (A) Box Barrel Length: (A) 7 - 1/2" (B) 4 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: (A) .36 (B) .38 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) 1861 Navy (B) Lightning Serial Number: (A) 44234 (B) 28083

Lot consists of (A) Colt Black Powder series 1861 Navy with original gray box. Blued barrel, cylinder, triggerguard and backstrap. Case hardened frame, hammer, and rammer...more. One piece walnut grips. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Retains nearly all original finish to both wood and metal with the exception of a couple of tiny spots towards muzzle. Grips are excellent. Box is excellent with minor rubs. (B) Colt Lightning Sheriff's Model with 4 - 1/2" barrel with blade front sight, and etched panel on left side of barrel. Case hardened frame. Checkered one piece walnut grips. Blued trigger guard and backstrap, trigger and hammer with lustrous high polish blue. CONDITION: Extremely fine as expertly restored in the very finest quality. Retains virtually all restored finish to both wood and metal surfaces and appears unfired since restoration. Bore with some frosting. The quality of the restoration work on this gun cannot be overstated. Accessories: (A) Box Barrel Length: (A) 7 - 1/2" (B) 4 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: (A) .36 (B) .38 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) 1861 Navy (B) Lightning Serial Number: (A) 44234 (B) 28083

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(A) MARTIALLY MARKED US COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

(A) MARTIALLY MARKED US COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

Lot # 3021 (Sale Order: 21 of 711)      

Military inspected Model 1860 produced in 1862, early in the war production. It is a standard issue with round barrel, rebated cylinder with Naval scene, blue and case colored, brass trigger guard, and steel backstrap. The one piece walnut grips have the cartouche stamp on left side of Chester Leonard "CSL". The right grip is stamped "JT" for John Taylor. Both stamps are faint. Military stamps on metal as follows: inspector stamp "H" behind trigger bow and behind hammer, "M" at left rear barrel, "O" on right rear barrel, and "C" on cylinder. Revolver has matching numbers on frame, barrel, trigger guard and backstrap. The cylinder and wedge are not numbered. The last two digits of the serial number were factory re-stamped at the factory to correct an error. CONDITION: All metal surfaces are basically a soft patina with sharp legends. 85% complete cylinder scene. Action is fine and bore is strong. Barrel Length: 8" Caliber/Bore: .44 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1860 Army Paperwork: Information, Article Copies, Magazine Serial Number: 66390

Military inspected Model 1860 produced in 1862, early in the war production. It is a standard issue with round barrel, rebated cylinder with Naval scene, blue and case co...morelored, brass trigger guard, and steel backstrap. The one piece walnut grips have the cartouche stamp on left side of Chester Leonard "CSL". The right grip is stamped "JT" for John Taylor. Both stamps are faint. Military stamps on metal as follows: inspector stamp "H" behind trigger bow and behind hammer, "M" at left rear barrel, "O" on right rear barrel, and "C" on cylinder. Revolver has matching numbers on frame, barrel, trigger guard and backstrap. The cylinder and wedge are not numbered. The last two digits of the serial number were factory re-stamped at the factory to correct an error. CONDITION: All metal surfaces are basically a soft patina with sharp legends. 85% complete cylinder scene. Action is fine and bore is strong. Barrel Length: 8" Caliber/Bore: .44 Percussion FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1860 Army Paperwork: Information, Article Copies, Magazine Serial Number: 66390

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(A) LOT OF TWO: COLT BUTTERFIELD OVERLAND DISPATCH PERCUSSION REVOLVERS.

(A) LOT OF TWO: COLT BUTTERFIELD OVERLAND DISPATCH PERCUSSION REVOLVERS.

Lot # 3022 (Sale Order: 22 of 711)      

Consecutive pair of 2nd Generation Colt Butterfield Overland Dispatch 1860 Army Revolvers, serial numbers 201005 & 201006. Special 5" barrels, dual .44 caliber cylinders, with individual Colt "book style" French fitted cases and all paperwork. Only 500 total revolvers were built in 1979. CONDITION: Both revolvers and cases are virtually new Accessories: 2 Cases and 2 Boxes Barrel Length: (A) 5 (B) 5 Caliber/Bore: (A) .44 (B) .44 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) Butterfield Overland Dispatch Serial Number: (A) 201006 (B) 201005

Consecutive pair of 2nd Generation Colt Butterfield Overland Dispatch 1860 Army Revolvers, serial numbers 201005 & 201006. Special 5" barrels, dual .44 caliber cylinders,...more with individual Colt "book style" French fitted cases and all paperwork. Only 500 total revolvers were built in 1979. CONDITION: Both revolvers and cases are virtually new Accessories: 2 Cases and 2 Boxes Barrel Length: (A) 5 (B) 5 Caliber/Bore: (A) .44 (B) .44 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (BOTH) Butterfield Overland Dispatch Serial Number: (A) 201006 (B) 201005

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(A) LOT OF 2: COLT 2ND GENERATION 1847 WALKER AND COLT 1860 ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVERS.

(A) LOT OF 2: COLT 2ND GENERATION 1847 WALKER AND COLT 1860 ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVERS.

Lot # 3023 (Sale Order: 23 of 711)      

Lot consists of: (A) Colt 1847 2nd Generation Walker with one piece walnut grips, and blue and case color finish. CONDITION: Virtually new with no drag line. (B) Colt 1860 2nd Generation Army with rebated cylinder, one piece walnut grips, and blue and case color finish. CONDITION: Virtually new with no drag line. Both guns come in original black Colt Black Powder Series 2nd Generation boxes with all factory paperwork. Accessories: (BOTH) Boxes Barrel Length: (A) 9" (B) 8" Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .44 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) 1847 Walker (B) 1860 Army Serial Number: (A) 32326 (B) 206772

Lot consists of: (A) Colt 1847 2nd Generation Walker with one piece walnut grips, and blue and case color finish. CONDITION: Virtually new with no drag line. (B) Colt 186...more0 2nd Generation Army with rebated cylinder, one piece walnut grips, and blue and case color finish. CONDITION: Virtually new with no drag line. Both guns come in original black Colt Black Powder Series 2nd Generation boxes with all factory paperwork. Accessories: (BOTH) Boxes Barrel Length: (A) 9" (B) 8" Caliber/Bore: (BOTH) .44 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: (BOTH) Colt Model: (A) 1847 Walker (B) 1860 Army Serial Number: (A) 32326 (B) 206772

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(A) COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER (1871).

(A) COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER (1871).

Lot # 3024 (Sale Order: 24 of 711)      

Offered is a very late production civilian 1851 New York address Navy revolver. It has all matching numbers on barrel, frame, trigger guard, backstrap, wedge, cylinder, and loading lever. It is standard in all respects with octagon barrel, naval battle scene on cylinder, one piece varnished walnut grips, brass trigger guard and backstrap with blue and case finish. CONDITION: The cylinder scene is sharp and at least 90%. As to finish, the entire gun has turned a soft gray patina with sharp legends. The grips have been refinished and are slightly shy to metal. There is some light salt and pepper pitting on left side of frame. The wedge lock screw is missing. The top of barrel has been notched in the kill style. Action indexes and locks up fine. Rifling is sharp but there are some abrasions. Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .36 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1851 Navy Serial Number: 213681

Offered is a very late production civilian 1851 New York address Navy revolver. It has all matching numbers on barrel, frame, trigger guard, backstrap, wedge, cylinder, a...morend loading lever. It is standard in all respects with octagon barrel, naval battle scene on cylinder, one piece varnished walnut grips, brass trigger guard and backstrap with blue and case finish. CONDITION: The cylinder scene is sharp and at least 90%. As to finish, the entire gun has turned a soft gray patina with sharp legends. The grips have been refinished and are slightly shy to metal. There is some light salt and pepper pitting on left side of frame. The wedge lock screw is missing. The top of barrel has been notched in the kill style. Action indexes and locks up fine. Rifling is sharp but there are some abrasions. Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2" Caliber/Bore: .36 Rifled FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Colt Model: 1851 Navy Serial Number: 213681

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(A) EXQUISITE DEALER CASED WILKINSON & SON LONDON .450 REVOLVER.

(A) EXQUISITE DEALER CASED WILKINSON & SON LONDON .450 REVOLVER.

Lot # 3025 (Sale Order: 25 of 711)      

This is a late nineteenth century double action revolver made in London by the famed firm of Wilkinson & Son that features a 4" octagon barrel. It is a Tranter patent with the dealer name stamped on top of the barrel. The frame, breech of barrel, trigger-guard and grip cap are all tastefully engraved. It is housed in an original period walnut case with 28 original cartridges and a cleaning rod. The lid has the Wilkerson trade label intact. CONDITION: Retains the majority of the period expertly re-applied nickle finish. The finely checkered walnut grips retain nearly all of their varnish with sharp checkering. The action locks up correctly and the bore is sharp with some light frosting. Accessories: Case Barrel Length: 4" Caliber/Bore: .450 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Wilkinson And Son Model: Tranter .450 Serial Number: 54394

This is a late nineteenth century double action revolver made in London by the famed firm of Wilkinson & Son that features a 4" octagon barrel. It is a Tranter patent wit...moreh the dealer name stamped on top of the barrel. The frame, breech of barrel, trigger-guard and grip cap are all tastefully engraved. It is housed in an original period walnut case with 28 original cartridges and a cleaning rod. The lid has the Wilkerson trade label intact. CONDITION: Retains the majority of the period expertly re-applied nickle finish. The finely checkered walnut grips retain nearly all of their varnish with sharp checkering. The action locks up correctly and the bore is sharp with some light frosting. Accessories: Case Barrel Length: 4" Caliber/Bore: .450 FFL Status: Antique Manufacturer: Wilkinson And Son Model: Tranter .450 Serial Number: 54394

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