Mostly Gray patina. Action works properly.
Derringers & Pepperboxes
Mostly Gray patina. Action works well.
Made circa 1840s. 31 caliber with 3 ½” barrels. There are 6 barrels total. Metal is very sharp with light pitting. Metal is a mixture of original blue and a very dark patina.
Scarce Stevens "GEM" .22 caliber pistol. Manufactured 1872-1890. Bore is worn. Action works perfectly. Barrel is fire blue. Frame has approximately 90% of what may be factory nickel. Barrel is refinished as mentioned above.
Over/under pocket derringer. Top hing is not cracked. Metal has a brown and grey patina. Hammer cocks and indexes properly. Good overall condition.
Serial number 2443. This gun has a light gray patina with some pitting. All markings are sharp as is the engraving. This gun belonged to General George Armstrong Custer who was a Civil war and Indian war general who is most widely known for “Custer's Last Stand”, his final battle that pitted General Custer and his roughly 210 men against...
Extremely Rare 38RF caliber American Arms Company Double Derringer with a 2 5/8” barrel. Barrel has a 85% of the original blue. Approximately 50% of the original silver. Grips are excellent. Action works well. Flayderman’s Guide to Antique Firearms and their values by Norm Flayderman references these guns, but was unsure if these even exists they are so rare....
Serial Number 5040. 22 caliber version. Nice sharp gun with strong markings and sharp engraving. Some of the original silver remains.
31 caliber with 3 ½” barrels. Very good condition.
46 caliber with a 4” barrel. There is a repair in the middle of the grip portion of the stock.
This is a collection of three antique guns in a Shadow box consisting of an Allen Bar hammer singler shot, a Sharps Pepperbox Derringer and unmarked single Shot Derringer. Not all of these guns are functional.
50 caliber with a 3” barrel. Made circa 1850.
Made circa 1840s. 41 caliber with a 4” barrel.
5-shot ring trigger pepperbox. The bores are good to very good with very good rifling and very light corrosion in the grooves. The rotating firing pin works properly. The barrel address is legible. The finish on the metal has an even gray patina. the rosewood grips are very good with original varnish. Overall very good example.
L.B. Taylor Single Shot .32 Rimfire Caliber Derringer. Very good plus bore. Action works perfectly. Barrel has approximately 90% blue that is thinning a bit. Brass frame has an excellent mustard colored patina.
Deringer with 2.25" barrel marked "Manu for E.H. Clark & Co Memphis Tenn. Agents". The breech plug and side plate are marked but are only partially legible. Silver is engraved on back of the stock wedge escutcheons, trigger guard, finial and accents around the handle curvature. Has a half cock safety and holds full cock. This is a rare Southern Dealer marked Deringer!
Percussion Henry Deringer type pistol with 3" . The top of the barrel is marked "C. Sutler Selma ALA." The trigger guard finial a pineapple with three point spear head atop a base of three leaves. Flayderman's guide depicts seven Finial types on page 408, this model closely resembles No.5. The action works perfectly. The trigger guard, finial, nosecap and buttcap are all silver. This rare...