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Colt 1861 Navy

  • Beautiful Cased Colt London Navy (C10961)

    Beautiful Cased Colt London Navy (C10961)

    $27,500.00

    Beautiful Cased Colt London Navy, U.S America barrel address. Manufactured approximately 1863. Numbers all match. Cylinder safety pins are mostly intact. Cylinder scene is perfect. Blue is excellent. Grips have 99% original...

  • Colt 1861 Navy revolver. Made in 1863. Very fine condition. Colt 1861 Navy revolvers are hard to find in nice condition. Barrel has 95% of the original finish.

    Colt 1861 Navy (10538)

    $22,500.00

    Colt 1861 Navy revolver. Made in 1863. Very fine condition. Colt 1861 Navy revolvers are hard to find in nice condition. Barrel has 95% of the original finish. Frame has excellent case colors. Cylinder even has excellent...

  • Colt 1861 Navy .36 caliber revolver. Made in 1870 with a 5” barrel. Barrel was shortened. Metal has a gray patina. Cylinder rotates, but does not lock up properly.

    Colt 1861 Navy .36 caliber revolver (C10397)

    $995.00

    Colt 1861 Navy .36 caliber revolver. Made in 1870 with a 5” barrel. Barrel was shortened. Metal has a gray patina. Cylinder rotates, but does not lock up properly.

  • Colt 1861 Navy Conversion revolver  (C5152)

    Colt 1861 Navy Conversion revolver (C5152)

    $6,500.00

    Colt 1861 Navy Conversion revolver with 90-92% nickel and excellent cylinder scene. Very fine 61 Navy Conversion.  

  • Colt 1861 U.S. Navy Conversion. Gun has U.S.N. on the bottom of the butt and U.S. Naval Inspector initials under the barrel. R.W.M. and Anchor. These were a group of percussion revolvers returned to Colt for conversion. The frame is stamped with both the 1871/72 patent dates and the original Colt patents as well.

    Colt 1861 U.S. Navy Conversion (C9895)

    $3,950.00

    Colt 1861 U.S. Navy Conversion. Gun has U.S.N. on the bottom of the butt and U.S. Naval Inspector initials under the barrel. R.W.M. and Anchor. These were a group of percussion revolvers returned to Colt for conversion. The...