U.S Model 1836 Flintlock Pistol. U.S Model 1836 flintlock pistol by A. Waters. Metal is in the bright with some light staining on the surface. Lock is dated 1839. Wood is good, has a chip missing in front of the lock plate. Cartouches are visible. Action is tight and crisp.
Starr .44 caliber Civil War single action percussion revolver. Bore is excellent. Gun has 95% original blue. Grips are very good plus and Inspectors cartouche is light but visible. Very fine Starr single action.
Freeman Civil War .44 caliber percussion revolver. Bore is perfect as is the action. Gun has approximately 90-93% original blue with some patina showing on the cylinder and straps. Approximately 2000 made.
Rare Remington New Model Navy .38 caliber revolver. Conversion by the factory on a US contract to convert 1000 .36 percussion revolvers to .38 centerfire. This is a correct anchor marked on barrel as part of that contract! This pistol has approximately 60% original blue, mostly on barrel. Rammer assembly and cylinder frame has approximately 10% blue. Barrel has the 1858 patent date and...
North Model 1826 Flintlock Navy pistol. 8 5/8” Barrel lock dated 1828. Action works perfectly. Stock is very good. This model was the last made by Simeon North!
Metropolitan Arms Co. 1st Model Navy. Well-made revolver and hard to differentiate the Colt from the Metropolitan during their period of use for metropolitan trigger guard is marked .36 caliber. Barrel length 7 ½”. Numbers all match including the wedge. This revolver appears to be finished “in the white”. Grips are excellent. These were copies the Metropolitan Arms Co. 1st model navy revolver...
U.S. Model 1842 Percussion Pistol by Ames. Lock is dated 1845. Wood has some repaired cracks near lock. Good overall condition. Action works perfectly.
U.S. Model 1816 Flintlock Pistol by S. North. Early American Flintlock pistol. Action works perfectly. Metal has a brown patina. Very good overall condition.
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 use by handling 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.
U.S. Model 1813 Flintlock Pistol Converted to Percussion. Manufactured by Simeon North, Middletown CT. 1813-1815 Total manufactured approximately 1626. .69 Caliber. Smooth bore. Barrel length 9 1/16”. Lock is correctly marked with North Name and Middletown Connecticut. Pistol works perfectly. Pistol has a good inspector cartouche and is marked. P and US on barrel. The unconverted Flintlock...
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 went...
Simeon North Model 1819 Flintlock Pistol Converted to Percussion. Dated 1821 .54 Caliber smooth bore. Inspectors mark “W” on bolster. Also “JDJ US” on barrel at breech. Sliding hammer safety filled in, probably at time of conversion. Very well stamped lock markings with excellent eagle, shield and North Middleton, Connecticut marking. Action works perfectly. Left side of stock just behind the...
U.S. Model 1855 Pistol Carbine, U.S. Springfield Armory. .58 Caliber. Barrel length 12”. Eagle on door is partially visible, action works perfectly. Markings are clear. Lock dated 1855. Wood is good plus to very good. Cartouche not visible. Very presentable scarce U.S. Martial pistol carbine (does not have the detachable shoulder stock). Reasonably priced.
Remington 1861 Navy Revolver. Made in 1862. Nice sharp gun. Metal has been cleaned. All markings are present and this gun is martially marked. These martially marked guns were sold to the Navy. Grips are good as cleaned, but the cartouches are still visible. Very nice sharp U.S. Martial Remington 1861 Navy!
U.S. Model 1836 Flintlock Pistol Converted to Percussion. U.S. Model 1836 Flintlock pistol by R. Johnson converted to a percussion system. Barrel is a light grey patina with some surface pin prick pitting. Wood shows handling and usage wear. Peace is missing at the rear of the lock plate. Faint cartouche is visible.
U.S. Model 1836 Pistol converted to percussion. 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 Model 1836 Flintlock pistol. Finished in arsenal bright. Manufactured by R. Johnson, lock dated 1842. Stock cartouches are perfect. Action works perfectly. Overall excellent plus to near new condition.
U.S. Model 1842 Percussion Pistol. U.S. Model 1842 percussion pistol .54 caliber with an 8 ½” barrel. Metal has a grey patina with areas of surface pin prick pitting. Lock plate is dated 1852. Stock is good, crack is noted at the rear of the lock plate and side plate screw. Cartouches are present. Good looking 1842 Percussion pistol.
U.S Model 1842 Percussion pistol. U.S Model 1842 percussion by H.Aston .54 caliber with a barrel length of 8 ½” Metal has a grey patina. Barrel and lock plate are dated 1851. Wood is very good with clear and visible cartouches.