SN: 329081. Large frame revolver made in 1929. Bore and action are excellent. Has about 70% blue with some pitting.
Colt Pre-War DA Revolvers
Serial number 5984. Scarce gun that has been refinished long ago. Grips are very nice period ivories. Action works well.
SN: 182121. Pre-war small frame revolver made in 1922. Has 2.5" barrel and what appear to be beautiful factory pearl grips. The finish is speckled on the frame, overall the gun is very good with about 90% original blue. Bore and action are excellent. Comes with a period "Pequeno" box with a label that says "Pearl Blue" and "Pequeno" on the end and has Spanish language Colt advertising label...
Serial number 208601. Gun is in very good condition with 85% of the original blue. Grips are very fine. Action works perfect.
Serial number 338021. Made in 1934. 38 Special with a 6” barrel. Metal has 60% of the original finish. Grips are replaced. This gun comes with a factory letter confirming the features. This gun was shipped to William Hoegee in Los Angeles, Ca.
Serial number 251035. Made in 1905. 38 caliber with a 6” barrel. Condition is excellent!
Colt Factory lettered, U.S. Marked Philippine Constabulary model revolver with 6" barrel. The letter states the revolver was sold in a shipment of 200 to a U.S. commanding officer in 1902. The bore is excellent. The grips are excellent. The revolver has approximately 95% of its original blue. The frame is marked "U.S." on the right side of the frame. There are inspector marks J.T.T. and...
SN: 36092. Second Issue Target model with 6" barrel, made in 1929. The bore is excellent. The metal has 99% of its original finish. Has fixed front and rear target sights. The grips are in excellent condition. Overall excellent condition.
Serial number 338577. Made in 1912. 32-20 caliber with a 6” barrel. Beautiful gun with 90%+ of the original blue. Engraving is nice and sharp. The grips are very good with a carved steer head and Colt medallions. There is a repair to the right hand side toe. Action works perfectly Bore has visible rifling, has some pitting. This gun comes with a factory letter confirming...
Pre-war Colt carry model with 2" barrel made in 1937. Serial number is 453489. The bore is excellent and the actions work perfectly. Has 98% of its original blue. The original Colt grips are excellent. Overall excellent condition.
U.S. WWII Double action Colt revolver with 4" barrel, dated 1942. The bore is perfect and the actions work perfectly. The revolver has 99% of its non-glare finish. There is a U.S. ordinance stamping on the left of the frame near the hammer. The grips are correct and in excellent condition. Overall excellent condition.
Civilian version of the U.S. 1917 service revolver, marked "Colt Model 1917 .45 AUTO CTGE." on the barrel. Only about 1000 were made in 1932. Has about 90% original blue mixed with brown patina. Bore and action are excellent. Has black hard rubber grips that are very good with light wear.
Rare pre-war target model large frame revolver made in 1928. The metal has been professionally restored and looks like it's in mint condition. The grips have wear on the right side panel and are very good. A very desirable pre-war Colt revolver, priced so that you can shoot it.
Small frame DA revolver made in 1912. Has a 3.5" barrel and blue finish, with fire blued hammer and trigger. The black hard rubber grips have a small chip out of one corner. Has about 92% original blue finish with some edge wear and thinning blue on the grip frame. The bore and action are excellent.
Pre-war revolver made in 1922. Has a 5" barrel, nickel finish and pearl grips. The metal shows light scuffs and handling marks but has about 98% of the nickel finish. The bore and action are excellent. The grips have a small chip out of one corner, otherwise are in very good condition. A good looking example.
Pre-war double action model made circa 1917 with a 4" barrel. The bore is excellent. The blue is 95& with some minor wear from the holster and use. The checkered woodgrips are in excellent condition with bright colt medallions. Overall a very good example.
Nickel Colt Official Police revolver with 4" barrel, made in 1939. Bore is excellent bright with strong rifling. The revolver has 98% of its nickel finish with some light spots of flaking. The checkered walnut grips with silver Colt medallions are in excellent condition. The action works perfectly. Overall a fine example!
This circa 1914 Colt .455 Eley caliber New Service revolver was exported to England. The 5.5" barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. The barrel, frame and each chamber have British proof marks. The cylinder is in its original configuration and has not been cut for the 45 ACP cartridge with its half moon adaptors. The gun has approx. 95% blue. The import mark is tastefully...
This Colt Official Police .38 Special revolver is circa 1933. The 6" barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. The gun has approx. 98% blue. The front and rear grip straps and trigger are professionally checkered. The checkered walnut grips with silver Colt medallions at the top are excellent with the exception of a tiny chip on the lower front of the left panel. The action...
This Third Issue Heavy Barrel 38 Special Colt Officers Model is circa 1935. The 6" barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. The very scarce heavy barrel was made from 1935 to the early 1940s in 38 caliber only. The left side of the barrel is marked COLT OFFICERS over MODEL followed by 38 over *HEAVY BARREL*. The last patent date on the top of the barrel is OCT. 5. 1926. The...