Serial number 7271. 44 Colt caliber with a 8” barrel. Made circa 1877-1878. Scarce model with only 2100 of these guns made. This gun has roughly 50% of the original nickel finish on the barrel. The frame, cylinder, trigger guard and back strap are a smooth dark brown patina. Cylinder has visible cylinder scene. Grips are very good. All numbers are matching. Action works well. Very nice...
Colt 1862 Pocket Navy Conversion. Made in 1870s. 4 ½” Barrel in .38 Rimfire. Approximately 50% of the original nickel remains. The cylinder still has visible cylinder scene and about half of the finish. Grips are old ivories. Action indexes, but does not rotate all the way on every chamber. Very fine Colt 1862 Pocket Navy Conversion with ivory grips.
Colt 1851 Navy Conversion Revolver. Post-Civil war factory conversion to centerfire. Note that the hammer has a conical firing pin. Aside from the factory work this revolver has additional work done by a gunsmith of the period, such as the barrel is shortened to 4 ½”. He left the one line Colt address intact. The ejector housing and rod are the gunsmith’s own engineering, which actually...
Colt 1862 Pocket Navy. Made in 1870’s .38 Rimfire with 3” barrel. Reasonably sharp gun with a light gray patina with spots of light pitting in areas. Grips are very good with 60% of the original varnish. Action works well.
Colt 1862 Pocket. Made in late 1860’s-1870’s .38 RF caliber with a 3” barrel. Metal has a dark gray patina with light pitting on the metal. Grips are very good. Action works well.
Colt 1851 Navy Conversion. Made in 1861 .38 caliber centerfire. This gun looks to be a gunsmith conversion. Metal has a dark brown patina. Grips are very good. Action indexes and locks up.
Colt Pocket Navy conversion. 4½ octagonal barrel. (Approximately 2000 made of this variation). Gun has approximately 95-96% original nickel. Gun has 100% cylinder scene, grips are excellent. With 99% original varnish. Very fine and desirable Pocket Navy conversion.
Scarce 12 Stop Colt 1st Model Richards Conversion. Metal has a dark gray patina with some pitting. These were the first of the Richards Conversions with the 12 cylinder stops. Very scarce gun!