U.S Model 1836 flintlock pistol by R. Johnson converted to percussion. Metal is a grey patina with surface pitting, Lock plate is dated 1843. Wood is good, has nice sharp cartouches. A lot of these converted 1836's pistols saw use during the Civil War!
U.S. 1816 Flintlock pistol by S. North. Gun has seen honest use and is in very good condition. Stock has a visible cartouche and has no chips, cracks or repairs. Barrel markings are excellent. Action works perfectly. Ramrod is an excellent replacement. This is a fine example of an 1816 North.
U.S. model 1816 North pistol converted to Percussion. This pistol has seen some real use in that the stock at the buttcap has a large chunk of wood broken off, but through extensive use the wood has worn smooth in a way that gives it an appearance that gives the gun some real character.
U.S. model 1826 Navy pistol by North, dated 1828. Conversion to percussion. Lock marked U.S./S. North and 1828 on the tail of the lock. Belt hook mounted. Gun has correct barrel markings. Scarce Model U.S. Martial pistol.
Remington Beals Percussion Army .44 Caliber Revolver. 8” Barrel "CP" Inspector marks on barrel frame and cylinder. Grip has an Inspector cartouche but so worn it is very hard to see. Barrel Address and markings are clear and easily legible. Bore is bright and very good plus. Action works perfectly. Serial Number 1108, approximately 1950 total estimated manufactured. Part of the production...
Scarce Joslyn Army Model .44 caliber revolver. Manufactured in 1861-1862. Serial #135. This example has a brass trigger guard and checkered wood grips. (Does not have flat iron buttcaps.) There is no manufacturers mark on the barrel and the gun appears to be manufactured "in the white". Gun is sharp. Actions works perfectly and grips are excellent. Very fine and scarce Joslyn Army revolver.