Serial number 79497. Made circa early 1860s. 44 caliber with an 8” barrel. Gun has been refinishes, but is a nice sharp gun. Markings are still visible.
Beautiful gun with 99% of the original nickel finish. Grips are excellent.
Serial No. 9973 and 14277 with 7 3/8" round barrels chambered in .45 Colt circa 1880's Mexican contract Remington Model 1875 single Action revolvers. Revolvers are a dark to light grey patina with traces of original nickel visible. Revolvers are marked "R de M", which stands for Republic of Mexico. Markings can be found on one of the cylinders while the other revolver is marked right side on...
30 caliber with a 4” barrel. Very fine condition with 85% of the original blue finish. Grips are excellent.
Early type 1 model with the marking on the side rib and with the absence of an extractor. This is a nice sharp gun with a mostly gray patina with original blue in protected areas. Action works well.
Very fine sharp gun with 75% of the nickel finish. Grips are good as refinished. Action works perfect. Markings are sharp.
30RF caliber with a 4” barrel. Gun is in excellent condition with most of the nickel finish. Grips are excellent. Action works perfect.
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.
Beautiful condition with most of the original finish on the barrel. Grips are very fine.
Type III flip-up two 3" barrels. The bores are excellent with strong rifling. Has 95% of its original factory blue with some wear.The screw and lever have all of their nitre blue. The grips are in very good plus. The model is a second variation with an "L" prefix serial (L98101) and a traditional rib between the barrels. Overall very fine condition.
Factory Engraved Remington-Smoot New Model No. 2. Excellent original condition. Beautifully engraved gun with almost all of the gun covered in engraving. Finish rates at 90% overall. Grips are excellent. This is a 2nd Model with a 5-shot .30 caliber cylinder that measures 7/8”. Very fine gun!
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.
Very Rare Factory Engraved Remington 1st Model Derringer. Beautiful Factory Engraved 1st Model Remington Over/Under Derringer. This is a fantastic gun in very fine condition. The barrels retain 95% of the original nickel finish. The frame was cleaned long ago and only has trace amount of finish in protected areas. Engraving is nice and sharp and gun does not show any wear. Hinge is intact....
Manufactured in the 1860's-1870's. Very good period finish rating at 80%. Gun indexes and action works. Grips are very good. These are neat guns. You cannot find the Navy models that often.
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...
Serial number 34549. Made circa 1860s. 36 caliber, 7.5" Octagonal barrel. Blue finish with two- piece varnished walnut grips. Brass trigger guard. This revolver retains nearly all of the blue finish with some flaking on the frame and cylinder. Grips retain all of the varnish finish. Overall an excellent example of this early civilian percussion revolver.