Serial number 102379. Made in 1863. 44 caliber with an 8” barrel. Metal has been cleaned. Grips are very good with a visible cartouche on the right hand side.
Colt 1860 Army
SN:201636. Made in 1980's .44 cal with a 8" barrel. 2nd Gen. black powder 1860 Army revolver. Excellent condition with box.
Serial number 183476. Made in 1869. 44 caliber with an 8” barrel. This is a civilian variation with full recoil shield. The grips have most of the original varnish. Metal is nice and sharp with traces of original blue. Cylinder scene is excellent. Very nice sharp Colt 1860 Army!
Serial number 93929. Made in 1863. 44 caliber with an 8” barrel. Nice Sharp gun with an even gray patina. Barrel has some pitting on the right hand side near the muzzle. Cylinder scene is very good. Traces of case colors remains. Gun is all matching. Cartouches are still visible.
Serial number 75407. Made in 1862. 44 caliber with an 8” barrel. Dark brown patina throughout the gun.
Serial number 148. Made early 1870s. 44 Centerfire with an 8” barrel. Very fine 12 stop conversion. The barrel has a mixture of original blue and a plum patina. Grips are very good with original varnish. Numbers are all matching.
Serial number 54. Made in 1860. 44 caliber with a 7 ½” barrel. Very fine example. This gun still retains 50% of the original blue on the barrel. The frame still has bright visible case colors. Cylinder most of the original cylinder scene, Grips have almost all of the original varnish. The early guns had 7 ½” barrels up to about serial number 100. They also all rebated...
Serial number 180317. Made in 1869. 44 caliber with a 8” barrel. Nice sharp gun with a dark brown patina. This is a post civil war Colt 1860 Army Civilian model. Grips are very good.
Serial number 1912. Made in 1860. 44 caliber with a 8” barrel. Very attractive gun that has been refinished. Cylinder is original, but has been renumbered. More than likely the number was removed during refinished and then remarked. This is a historic gun as this is one of the 300 Colt 1860 armies in sold to the state of Georgia.
Colt 1860 Army Factory Engraved .44 caliber revolver. Deluxe factory engraved with checkered grips. Has a name in fine script engraved on bottom of grip possibly G. Howard. Extra grade engraving with coverage on cylinder, rammer, and barrel. Fine engraved Army. First class engraving. Superior design and execution.
Serial number 15757. 44 caliber with a 8” barrel. Metal has been cleaned. Numbers are all matching. Early gun with a 4 screw frame.
Serial number 141491. Made in 1863. Very nice sharp gun with blue in protected areas. All matching.
Serial number 123140. Made in 1863. Metal has an even gray patina. Grips are very good with visible cartouches. Action works perfectly. The butt of the gun has some interesting marking the read “W,A,E, / W.H. Clark”
Serial number 139201. Made in 1863. 44 caliber with an 8” barrel. Very attractive gun with 50% of the original blue on the barrel. Excellent cylinder scene remain on the cylinder. The frame still has most of the case colors. Grips are very good with most of the original varnish.
Serial number 31771. Made in 1862. Gun has been refinished. Grips are replaced. Action indexes, but does not lock up.
Serial Number 6194. 44 caliber with a 8” barrel. Gun has a light brown patina. Metal has been cleaned. Cylinder is a modern replacement along with the backstrap and grips. All replacement parts are numbered to match.
Made in 1863, the serial numbers are matching except the wedge and cylinder. The bore has strong rifling and some light corrosion. The barrel address is clear and visible. The metal has a complete brown patina. The grips are in very good condition with some light handling wear. There is an old inscription under the right grip. The loading lever is a later replacement and has very good case...
Serial number 5214. Made in 1861. 44 caliber with an 8” barrel. Metal has an even gray patina. Grips are very good as lightly refinished. This gun is all original with the exception of the serial number on the frame. Action works well.
Serial number 50287. Made in 1862. 44 caliber with an 8” barrel. Very nice scarce gun. This is a civilian model that is cut for shoulder stock. During this point of production almost all of the guns made were going to the military and of the few civilian models produced most of them had...
US Civil War revolver made in 1862. Revolver is martially marked. Action works properly. Serial numbers are matching. Markings are clear and visible. Cylinder scene is faint. Grips have a faint cartouche . Metal has a pleasing brown patina. Very good overall condition. A popular Civil War issued revolver!