Approx. 6,000 Marlin O.K. model deringers were made in 22, 30, and 32 rimfire calibers from 1863 to 1870. The 2.75" octagon to round 22 caliber rimfire barrel has a good bore with rifling wear. The top of the chamber is marked O.K. The right side of the breech has the standard Marlin markings which are barely visible. The barrel has a gray/brown patina. The brass frame is very good with...
Pepperbox is unmarked except for Birmingham proofs. Frame is of "German Silver' and is nicely engraved. Six shot percussion approximately .36 caliber. Barrels are 3". Double action bar hammer revolver. The frame has a nipple shield. Very good overall condition, an attractive pepperbox.
English made six-shot pepperbox with 3" barrels. Overall length is 8.25". This a bar hammer percussion pepperbox revolver firing double action. The metal parts are all foliate engraved. The grips have fine line checkering and are excellent. The frame is marked "D. Egg". We assume this to be Durs Egg work. Quality certainly points that way!
Circa 1860's. Correct gutta-percha grips are excellent. No chips or cracks. Bores have strong rifling with pitting. Action works properly. Barrels have mostly a patina color. Frame has approximately 90% of it's original plating. Back strap has an old repair. Overall this is a very good 1A model.
Circa the 1860's. 4 shot pepperbox with 3" barrel. Frame is in the white and has eye appeal. Barrels have approximately 70% of it's original blue. Action works properly. Very good overall condition.
Six-shot pepperbox with 4" barrel. Flutes are lightly marked "Allen & Thurber Co. Worcester Patented 1845". Barrel has approximately 95% original blue. Nipple shield has light floral scroll engraving. Barrel grouping is 176. The frame has deeper chiseled engraving than the nipple shield. Action works properly. Grips are excellent with original varnish. A fine example of an Allen &...
Worchester production. Six shot .31 caliber revolver with 4" barrel. Nipple shield is engraved. Allen & Wheelock is marked in the flute and the bar hammer has patent dates. The action works properly. The grips have light handling marks with most of it's original varnish. Very good example of a Worchester production Allen & Wheelock pepperbox.
The Remington Vest Pocket (called the No. 1 by Remington) was made from circa 1865 to 1888. Also known as the "Saw Handle Deringer", this gun is the early type in which the hammer doubles as the breechblock. The 3.25" octagon to round barrel is integral to the frame. It has a fair bore with roughness but with visible rifling. The top of the breech is marked "REMINGTON,S. ILION. N." (the Y is...
Made in the 1870s. 22 RF with a 3 ¼” barrel. This gun is in Very fine condition with 70% of the original blue finish. Grips are very good. Action works well and bore has good visible rifling.
Absolutely beautiful deluxe engraved National Arms Deringer. Made in late 1860s. This gun has a 2 ½” barrel in 41 caliber. The frame still retains a fair amount of gold. The barrel mostly has a patinated silver finish. Action works well. Bore is dark with good visible rifling.
Made in the 1850s. 41 caliber with a 1 1/4” barrel. This metal has a even ark gray patina. The wood shows wear. Engraving remains sharp. This gun was actually carried and handled quite a bit. Hard to fine a real, true “Peanut” Derringer!
Made in late 1860s. 41 caliber with a scarce 2” barrel. Very fine condition with 90% of the original silver on the barrel that is tarnished and almost looks blue. The frame has approximately 80% of the original silver. The action works perfectly while the bore has some pitting. These gun are continuance of the Moore Derringers and were subsequently acquired by...
Sharps model 1 C .30 Rimfire. Bores are very good in all four barrels. The action works perfectly
The frame has approximately 30% of the fading original silver plate. The exterior of the barrels have
an even light brown patina and also have surface dents which do not protrude into the bores. Grips
are good with excellent wood to metal fit and show light handling wear....
Sharps model 1B .22 caliber four shot derringer, pepperbox . Bores have good rifling with
some light corrosion. Action works perfectly. The finish is approximately 98% original nickel
plate. The grips are excellent.
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.
Manufactured by James Beattle in London. Circa 1830's-1840's. The overall length is 5 1/4" and barrel length is 2". Top of barrel has makers markings. Trigger folds out when cocked. Very good plus overall condition.
Moore's patent derringer. Barrel length is 2 1/2". Bore has good rifling and is corroded in the grooves. The right side of the hammer spur is broken off. The left side is fine and you can cock the hammer easily with the left side. A very good looking example.
Barrel slides forward to reload or eject. Comes with a percussion adaptor for firing black powder loads with percussion caps. The frame is of brass. Stock is excellent and the fine checkered butt is excellent. Barrel has a flying arrow on both sides. This is a hard to find derringer and rare to have the percussion adaptor.
Knuckle duster revolver marked "My Friend, Pat. Dec. 26, 1866" on left side of top strap. Action works perfectly. Cylinder chambers are excellent. Frame and top strap are factory engraved. Very fine example of a .22 caliber knuckle duster.