Single shot Colt Derringer with 2.5" flat top barrel. The Colt address is clear and excellent. The bore is very good with strong rifling. The action works properly. The hammer holds on full and half cock. This derringer was originally factory nickel plated and remnants of that finish remain under the barrel.
Colt Derringers & Pocket Pistols
Pair of single shot .22 short derringers, cased together in a small presentation case. The guns show light wear, overall very good condition.
"Cop and Thug" model single action 5-shot revolver with 4.5" barrel, made in 1884. The bore is very good and has strong rifling with light frosting in the grooves. The action works perfectly. The grips display scene of a cop arresting a thug and are in very good condition. Has shallow pitting throughout and shows good blue on the barrel and cylinder. The "Cop and thug" variation of the New...
Lightweight stainless carry model with rosewood grips, shows some carry wear. Overall very good condition. Comes with box and extra magazine, and extra grips and small parts.
Colt 3rd Model Deringer. Made in the 1870s – 1880s. This gun has a smooth gray patina on the barrel with a nice sharp barrel marking. Frame has 60% of the nickel finish. Grips are very good.
Early “Pregnant Frame” Colt 3rd Model Derringer. Early gun with the raised bolster on the forward section of the frame. Barrel has a dark gray patina. Grips are original but have some chips. This gun has seen a fair amount use.
Excellent Colt 3rd Model Derringer. Made in the 1870s – 1880s. This gun has a smooth gray patina with light spots of pitting. Barrel address is visible. 50% of the nickel finish remains. Grips are good.
Colt 3rd Model Derringer from Colt Museum Collection. Beautiful gun! 96-97% of the original nickel. Beautiful grips with all of the original varnish. Fire blue on all of the screws is still present. This gun was acquired by Colt Manufacturing Company Inc. for a planned museum that never came to fruition. This is the only letter for a 3rd Model Derringer we can...
Single-shot Colt derringer. The bore is good with good rifling and some pitting. The factory nickel is mostly intact aside from some flaking near the muzzle and the breech retaining approximately 85% of its finish. The grips are very good with some handling wear. Overall a good looking pistol.
Pair of single shot .22 short derringers, cased together in a small presentation case. The guns show some carry wear, overall very good 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.
Very fine example with original nickel plating and 95% blue on barrel. Action works perfectly. Very good plus overall condition.
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 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.
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!
Serial number 13488. Made in 1880. 38 caliber with 2 ¼” barrel. This gun has 80% of the original factory nickel. Grips are very good. Action works well.
Scarce four shot revolver. Bore has strong rifling with some minor frosting. Action works perfectly. The grips are of rosewood. Metal has approximately 96% original nickel plating, with some dents on side plate. These cloverleaf revolvers were named thus because of the 4 chamber cylinder. Hard to find and reasonably priced.