Serial number 33223. Made in 1853. 36 caliber with a 7 ½” barrel. Gun is in very fine condition. Metal is nice and sharp with traces of blue finish. Cylinder scene is clear and visible. Good visible case colors are on the frame. This is a London gun with English proofs and a London barrel address. Grips are very good and they have the upper Canada markings. These are rare...
Colt 1851 Navy
Hartford address marked barrel. Manufactured in 1859. Bore is fair with worn rifling. Serial numbers are matching. Action works properly. Grips are good with light to medium handling. Grip straps have approximately 25% of the old tarnished silver plating. Cylinder scene is easily visible. Metal has an even brown patina.
Made in 1861. Action works properly. Serial numbers are matching. Metal has an even brown patina. Very good overall condition. A good looking Civil War era revolver.
Both guns made in 1863. 36 caliber with 7 ½” barrels. Gun are in near identical conditions with nice sharp metal and an even smooth brown patina throughout. Guns are all matching and have a strong cylinder scene. Grips are very good. Trigger guards and back straps still have some of the silver plating. Serial number 142276 has much more silver than serial number 145073....
Made in 1855. 36 caliber with a 7 ½” barrel. This is a London navy. The metal has a gray patina with some pitting. Grips are replaced and are US martial navy grips. The holster is probably from the 1920s or 1930s. It is a very neat slim jim Holster that fits this gun like a glove. Very Neat rig!
Cased Colt London 1851 Navy .36 caliber revolver. Action works. Locks up and indexes perfectly. Barrel and cylinder have 99% factory blue. The frame, cylinder and loading lever have 100% case colors. Cylinder scene is perfect. Safety pins on cylinder are all intact. Trigger guard and backstrap finish have faded to an even color patina. The straps are iron. Grips show nicks and dings from...
Colt 1851 Navy .36 caliber revolver. Made in 1863. Has a 7½” barrel in .36 caliber. This gun has British proofs with a New York address. Metal has light pitting with a gray patina. Grips are very good.
Factory Engraved Colt 1851 Navy Revolver. Made in 1859. 7 ½” Barrel in .36 caliber. Metal has dark gray patina along with some carry wear. Engraving remains very sharp. Some areas of the barrel and the cylinder have small pinpoint pitting. Grips are very good. Action works perfectly. All numbers are matching.
Colt 1851 Navy Revolver. Made in 1863. 7 ½” barrel. Metal has been cleaned and has a light gray patina. Grips are refinished. Action works well.
Colt 1851 Navy .36 caliber revolver. Made in 1861. Has 7½” barrel in .36 caliber. Metal has been cleaned and shows a fair amount of wear. All metal has light gray patina. Serial number is hard to read, but trigger guard is mismatched, yet matches the condition of the rest of the gun. Grips are replaced. Action indexes and locks up tight.
Colt 1851 Navy .36 caliber revolver. Made in 1861. Has a 7½” barrel in .36 caliber. Metal has an even brown patina on metal. All numbers are matching. Action works well.
Colt 1851 Navy Revolver. Made in 1859. 7 ½” Barrel in .36 caliber. The metal has been refinished long ago, but remains reasonably sharp. Action indexes and locks up, but timing is slightly off. Grips are good.
Colt 1851 Navy .36 caliber revolver. Made in 1863. .36 Caliber with a 7 ½” barrel. Metal is reasonably sharp and has a dark, almost dark black patina. Grips are very good. Action mostly indexes and locks up tight, but occasionally has a hiccup.
Cased Colt 1851 London Navy Revolver. Made in 1853. .36 Caliber with a 7 ½” barrel. Barrel has a mostly gray patina with blue in protected areas. The barrel has a nice sharp London address. Cylinder is very good with 40% of the original blue. The scene is excellent and is matching. Frame has bright case colors. Grips are excellent with original varnish. The case has all of the accoutrements...
Martial Colt 1851 Navy U.S. Marked Revolver. Made in 1857. The very best Army-Navy we have ever seen. This gun would be hard to improve upon. Martial Colt 1851 Navies are scarce since most of the guns were sold private purchase. The guns that are martially marked typically show a good amount of wear and have a brown or gray patina. This gun has 97% of the original blue on the barrel. The...
Factory Engraved Colt 1851 Navy .36 caliber revolver. Made in 1860. 4th Model Navy revolver. Gun is factory engraved. Metal has a nice brown patina. Partial cylinder scene is still visible. Action works fine. Grips fit perfectly.
Colt 1851 Navy with Carved Mexican Ivory Grips. Made in 1857. Metal has a gray patina with spots of pitting. Gun is all matching except the cylinder. The name C. Dietz has been machine engraved on the butt. Grips are excellent original old carved ivory with a Mexican eagle and snake. Very attractive gun that is sure to have had an interesting history.