SN:None. Manufacture year 1850, .46 caliber with a 3" half round half octagonal barrel. Bore is in fair condition. Single shot percussion pistol with iron short under barrel rib with ramrod, engraved German silver side plate, flash plate, wedge escutcheons, oval German silver trigger guard, checkered Brid head grips and German sliver tip at fore end of stock. Overall condition is good....
Made circa 1820. 54 caliber with a 5” barrels. The metal has been cleaned. Both the lock and the barrel has maker markings. The wood has been recheckered and refinished. The case is modern with old accessories.
Made circa 1840. 44 caliber with 3” barrels. These are beautiful guns in excellent condition. The barrels and box lock have case hardened. These barrels and locks have almost all of the case colors. Grips are excellent with very sharp checkering.
Barrel length 10”. This was the last of the single shot muzzle loading pistols issued. Approximately 14,000 were made (along with the 1858 Pattern Pistols) and were issued to lancers and troop sergeant majors of cavalry units. Lock has crown at the tail and marked “Tower 1858”. The larger bore guns are hard to find.
SN: 636324. Modern percussion black powder Single action revolver with 7.5" octagonal barrel and brass receiver. Overall excellent condition. Comes with box.
SN: 71. Single shot bar hammer percussion pistol with 3" turn off barrel. The barrel is marked "1837," "Cast Steel," "71" and "patented." The grips are very good mellow ivory. The metal has even brown patina and visible engravings on the side plates.
SN: None. Single shot underhammer pistol with 9.25" barrel. The rifling is is good, the stock is very good. The hammer holds full cock. The pistol has no visible markings. The metal is an even brown patina.
Manufactured in the 1850's. Barrel is 4" and marked "Allen & Thurber" on top and "249" on bottom. Actions work pefectly. Very good overall condition.
Made circa 1780. 46 caliber with a 10” barrel. Very nicely made gun that has been converted to percussion. Stock is nicely carved. Barrel is silver inlayed. The back of the grip has a repair where it appears a stock attachment was removed,
Made circa 1750. 50 caliber with a 10” barrel and 15.5” overall length. Stock is nicely carved. Makers name is silver inlayed on the top of the barrel and there is also the standard Kuchenreuter Sink.
Circa 1840. 65 caliber with a 10” barrel. Very well made gun with a lock marked “H. Nock” Barrel still has traces of the of the Damascus pattern. Wood is very good with very fine checkering. The barrel has a gold inlayed band. Tang is finely engraved.
Unusual example that does not conform to any of the models shown in Flaydermans. 45 caliber with a 5 ½” barrel. Mostly a gray patina on the metal surfaces. The forearm on this gun goes full length where as the ones in flaydemmans only have the forearm running half length. The grip is very good and also differs from the examples...
Allen & Wheelock double barrel percussion pistol. The metal has a brown patina, good condition.
Swiss army contract pistol made by A. Francotte in Belgium. The barrel is 8.25" barrel and the barrel flats show Belgian Proofs and Swiss Canton mark. The stock has "83" on the left side above the trigger and the condition is overall very good, with approximately 90% of its original varnish. The brass mounts have light patina. Th actions work properly. Overall very good condition.
Gorgeous pair of German Percussion Target pistol by Morgenroth chambered in .47 caliber with 9" octagonal Damascus rifled barrels. Overall good condition, metal is bright as it was cleaned at some point. Stock is very good with original varnish remaining. Actions function correctly, bores are great with strong rifling present.
Confederate Griswold & Gunnison .36 caliber percussion revolver serial number 766. This is a very handsome example, the iron surfaces mostly toned to a mix of mild gray-brown and gunmetal gray patina.
Palmetto Armory marked model 1842 percussion pistol .54 caliber with an 8.5" round barrel. Metal is a grey patina with surface oxidation present. Faint V/P and tree are visible on the barrel, lock plate is correct and dated 1852. Wood loss is noted above the lock plate. Ramrod has been replaced with a wooden one. Nice early confederate South Carolina pistol.
Flintlock pistol with 8.5" smoothbore barrel, made in 1842 by Robert Johnson. The pistol has a fine patina barrel with a good bore and light corrosion. The stock has worn inspector cartouches on the left side. The stock appears to be in very good condition. There is a small repaired crack on the left side near the rear of the barrel and above the buttcap. There is a chip repair on the right...