Pre-war hammerless Colt pocket pistol. Manufactured in 1926. The action works perfectly. The bore is good with good rifling and some frosting in the grooves. The pistol has excellent pearl grips. The pistol has 96% of its original nickel finish with light wear. The nickel has dulled but still looks great. In excellent condition!
Colt Derringers & Pocket Pistols
Pair of single shot .22 short derringers, cased together in a small presentation case. The guns show some carry wear, overall very good condition.
Antique Colt pocket revolver. The serial numbers on the rear of the cylinder match the barrel. The Colt address is perfectly visible. The action works perfectly. The frame is marked .38cal in small lettering. Grips are original and in perfect condition. Bore is excellent with only some minor shallow pitting. Due to the popularity of the gun in its day, it is rare to find an example like this...
Very fine etched barrel model. Metal has approximately 99% original nickel plating. Action works perfectly. Very good plus overall condition.
Very fine example with original nickel plating and 95% blue on barrel. Action works perfectly. Very good plus overall condition.
Thuer deringer manufactured in the 1870's. Metal has a gray and brown patina. Action works. Good overall condition.
Thuer deringer manufactured in the 1870's. Metal has some light surface etching. Action works. Good overall condition.
This .41 Rimfire caliber third model "Thuer" derringer was sold in England. Its frame has a smooth brass patina and the barrel is mostly bright. The 2.5" barrel has a fair bore with visible rifling and firing erosion. The barrel is marked COLT and the left side of the frame is marked 41 CAL. In addition, the right side of the frame below the barrel has the Colt horse logo followed by 14 PALL...
This 41 rimfire caliber third model "Tuuer" derringer has approximately 98% of its frame nickel finish and traces on the barrel. The 2.5" barrel has a good bore with visible rifling and firing erosion. The COLT-marked barrel has a smooth steel finish with the exception of the top which has light roughness from the front sight to the chamber. The left side of the frame is marked 41 CAL. The...
The 41 rimfire caliber First Model Derringer was the first Colt single shot pistol. It is a continuation of the National Arms Company No. 1 derringer which Colt purchased in 1870. The 2.5" barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. The barrel retains approx. 98% of its nickel finish. It is marked on the top COLT'S PAT. F.A. Co. over HARTFORD CT U,S,A, with No 1 over the...
This .41 rimfire caliber third model "Thuer" derringer has approximately 95% of its nickel finish on the frame and barrel. The 2.5" barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. The barrel is marked COLT and the left side of the frame is marked 41 CAL. The walnut grips are fine with most of their varnish finish and a tiny chip on the inner left. The action functions correctly....
This .41 rimfire caliber third model "Thuer" derringer has approximately 75% of its frame nickel finish. The 2.5" barrel has a fair bore with visible rifling and firing erosion. The COLT-marked barrel is gray-brown. The left side of the frame is marked 41 CAL. The walnut grips are good with most of their varnish finish and high point wear. The action functions correctly.
Serial Number 2178. 41 caliber with a 3” barrel. Absolutely beautiful gun with 95%+ of the original nickel finish. This gun is factory engraved. Engraving is on the sides of the frame and is very tastefully executed. Grips are excellent. Action works perfect. Very fine original factory engraved cloverleaf!
Made in 1872. 22 caliber with a 2 ½” barrel. Matching numbers. Action works well. Metal has a mostly light gray patina with some pitting on the cylinder. Grips are very good.
Made in 1870s-1880s. 41 caliber with 2 ½” barrel. The metal has 90%+ of the original silver. Grips are excellent old ivories. Very Fine Colt Thuer 3rd Model Derringer!
Made circa 1870s. 32 caliber with a 2 ¼” barrel. Metal is mostly a dark gray patina. Grips are very good. Action Works Well.
Made in 1873. 22 caliber with a 2 ½” barrel. Nice sharp gun with a smooth dark brown patina. Brass has an original dark patina on the brass. Grips are very good with most of the original varnish. Action works well.
Made in 1865. 41 caliber with a 2” barrel. The barrel is mostly a brown patina with some original blue. Very good silver remains on the frame. Engraving is very fine. Action works well. There is the second gun produced under the National Arms Company Formation. The serial number is marked on both the barrel and the frame. Incredibly early gun!
Cased Set of Lord Derringers. One of the pair has an area of minor flaking, otherwise near excellent overall condition.
Consecutive pair of Colt .22 Short derringers, cased together. Both guns are in excellent condition and come in the correct leatherette case. Included are a pair of Colt branded holsters, which are rarely seen. The whole set comes in the original box which is worn and taped, and has the warning sheet, a cleaning brush and an invoice from Colt dated 1960. A neat set!