Antique over/under derringer, .41 RF with a 3" barrel. Bore is dark and pitted, with rifling remaining. Has about 75% original nickel. The left hinge is cracked and the left grip panel is broken. Overall good condition.
Remington New Model Serial No. 88596, late 1860's, .44 caliber, 8" octagonal barrel. Metal is mostly a plum patina with scattered surface oxidation visible. Barrel address is visible, Serial number is present under the barrel. Grips show heavy wear and usage. Action is loose, doesn't index properly.
Unknown Double barrel percussion shotgun, NSN, 12ga, 32" round barrels. Barrels are a...
Serial number 88. Made circa late 1870s to early 1880s. 44 Remington caliber with a 7 ½” barrel. This gun is in excellent condition with 95% of the original nickel. The grips are old two piece ivories. This gun comes with a Western Saddle Company single Loop Holster. The marking reads “Western Saddle/ M.F.G. / Denver, Colo./ Makers.” The Belt does not have any...
Serial No. 19169, circa 1863, .44 caliber, 8" octagonal barrel. Overall finish is a gun metal patina, Serial numbers are matching including the cylinder. Bore is good with frosting and pitting visible in the grooves, rifling remains strong. Grips have been lightly sanded some time ago. Inspector marks can be found throughout the gun. Action indexes correctly with a tight lock up.
Serial No. 11597, circa 1861-1862, .36 caliber, 7.5" octagonal barrel. Finish is a light grey patina with scattered areas of oxidation noted. Serial numbers are matching inside the grip frame and under barrel. Bore has pitting and oxidations in the grooves, rifling is present. Wooden two piece grips are unmarked and have been lightly sanded. Action is loose.
Serial No. 10580, circa 1870's, .38RF, 7 5/8" octagonal barrel. Barrel retains 90% original factory finish, receiver is starting to thin to a grey patina with original blue remaining in protected areas. Bore has light frosting and pitting within the grooves, strong rifling remains. Serial number under the barrel is light due to factory refinish. Grips are marked 414 as the frame which is the...
Serial number 94688. 44 caliber with a 8” barrel. Metal has a mottled gray patina. Various inspectors markings are on the metal.
Serial number 394. Made circa 1860s to 1870s. 38RF caliber with a 7 ½” barrel. Nice sharp gun with bluish gray patina. Metal has been cleaned and then has re-developed its patina. Grips are very good.
Factory Engraved Remington Navy Conversion caliber revolver. Made in 1870's. Very fine condition with 85% of the original nickel. This gun is factory engraved right behind the recoil shield. Grips are excellent. Action works perfectly. Bore is dark with some pitting. Very fine all original gun!
Beautiful gun with 99% of the original nickel finish. Grips are excellent.
Very fine sharp gun with 75% of the nickel finish. Grips are good as refinished. Action works perfect. Markings are sharp.
Very fine example with 60% - 70% of the original. This is a martial gun with inspectors markings and cartouches on the grips. Action Cocks, but action does not index with the possibility of missing internal parts.
Metal has a dark brown to almost black patina. The left hand side of the barrel has the New Jersey Marking. Action Indexes, but does not lock up every time.
30 caliber with a 4” barrel. Very fine condition with 85% of the original blue finish. Grips are excellent.
30RF caliber with a 3 ½” barrel. This is a factory engraved model. Barrel has traces of blue. Engraving is nice and sharp with most of the silver finish. Grips are excellent.
30RF caliber with a 4” barrel. Gun is in excellent condition with most of the nickel finish. Grips are excellent. Action works perfect.
Single action revolver 5rd revolver with 2.75" barrel. The bore is very good with light frosting. Has 95% of its nickel finish. Has correct ejector rod. The grips are in excellent condition. The actions work perfectly. Overall very good condition.
Flip up, two barrel derringer with 3" barrels. The bores are very good with some light frosting. The action works perfectly. Has 98% of its original finish. A very fine example.
Serial Number 6009. Made late 1860s. 32 RF caliber with a 3” barrel. This gun is factory engraved with a factory Engraved conversion cylinder. This gun is in original factory nickel finish with gold small parts. Action works well. This gun comes in a factory or dealer French style casing. Accompanying the case are various cartridges and small accoutrements. Very fine...
Made circa 1870s-1880s. 32 RF extra short caliber with a 3” barrel. Beautiful gun that is factory engraved and is in excellent condition. Approximately 90% of the original nickel finish. Grips are very good with normal handling wear. Action works perfectly. Bore has strong rifling and...