Pre-war German made auto made for export to the USA. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Metal has approximately 92% original nickel plate. Grips are good with some carry wear. Hard to find a factory nickel Ortgies.
Pre-War/Wartime Pistols & Revolvers
This third model Iver Johnson Safety Automatic Hammer revolver is with an appropriate box. The 4" round with rib 32 S&W caliber barrel has an excellent bore. The revolver retains approx. 97% of its original bright blue finish with a little wear at the muzzle. The hard rubber owls head grips are excellent. The trigger and hammer have most of their case colors. The action functions...
Bore is very good with strong rifling. Action works properly. Metal has approximately 90%-95% original blue. Frame is marked "Germany" which indicates export to the U.S. Very good overall condition.
Model 1900 pocket auto pistol. Bore is excellent. Action works properly. FN grips are excellent, no chips or cracks. Metal has approximately 97% original finish with a minor area of pitting by safety and some light etching on grip straps. Hard to find these models with this little wear.
This is a very nice pre-WWI 32ACP Walther PPK pistol with the extended magazine and a period correct holster. The bore is excellent. The pistol retains approx. 97% blue with a little holster wear in the muzzle area. The grips are fine with the exception of a small stress crack at the top rear center. The black holster is marked D.R.G.M. with the Akah trademark and label below. The pistol's...
The Harrington & Richardson Hammerless Bicycle Second Model revolver was made from 1905 to 1920. The 2" barrel has an excellent .32 S&W caliber bore. The revolver has approximately 97% of its nickel finish. The excellent checkered hard rubber grips have the H&R target logo at the top. The action functions correctly. This little revolver is as cute as it gets.
Bore is good, no pitting. Pistol is marked on frame "Mann's Patente". Grips are very good. Mann Autos have a most unusual slide design with slide angled to join at the top! The magazine pops out when spring loaded button on the front grip strap is pressed. A scarce early pocket auto.
Vintage carry revolver circa 1900-1920. Approximately 99% original nickel plating. Action works properly. Bore is excellent. Excellent overall condition.
Lightweight snub nose with blued finish and bobbed hammer with laser grips. Very good condition.
Early 20th century carry revolver with 5" barrel. Metal has approximately 15% original finish in protected areas with the remainder being gray and brown patina. Action works properly. Bore has strong rifling with pitting. Grips are very good, no chips or cracks.
Top break revolver with 3" barrel. Manufactured in the early part of the 20th century. Action works properly. Left grip has a chip, and right grip is cracked. Bore has strong rifling with some minor pits. Metal has approximately 95% of it's original plating. Good overall condition.
Spanish clone of an FN 1910 model produced by what would later become Llama in the 1930's. Bore has strong rifling and shows some pitting. Approximately 80% original finish with patina. Magazine is a later replacement. Good to very good overall condition.
Pre-war commercial carry revolver. Barrel is 3.25". Action works properly. Bore has strong rifling with pitting. Approximately 95% original nickel finish. Good overall condition.
Early 20th century revolver. Action needs work. Barrel is 3.25". Nickel finish has some flaking with approximately 85% original finish. Grips are very good, no chips or cracks.
Circa 1900-1920 manufacture. Metal has a mostly gray patina. Grips are replacement S&W grips that fit. Action works properly. Bore has strong rifling with pitting. Good overall condition.
Belgian made six shot revolver. Action works in both single and double action. Bore is near excellent. Barrel is marked "Texas Ranger". Revolver has approximately 50% original blue. The grips are mellow honey color horn and fit the revolver very well. Belgian proofs on rear of cylinder. (Note: These were not made for the Texas Rangers. These were manufactured to capture on the Texas Ranger...
Early 20th century pocket revolver. Barrel is marked "Forehand model 1901 Hopkins & Allen Arms Co. Norwich Ct USA" and is 3". Action works properly. Grips are very good. Bore is very good with strong rifling and minor frosting. Metal has approximately 95% of it's original nickel plating. Very good overall condition.
Early Smith & Wesson auto. Metal has approximately 92% original finish with some holster wear. Bore is excellent. Left grip has a minor crack by S&W logo and bottom grip screw. Very good overall condition.
Early automatic pistol. Bore is excellent. Grips are very good. Approximately 97% original finish. Very good plus overall condition.
Scarce British made revolver. Barrel is 3". Metal has approximately 95% original finish with some holster wear. Bore is excellent. Very good overall condition.