Smith & Wesson 1st Model Russian U.S. Martially Marked Revolver. Excellent condition as factory refinished. The small “A” s and “P”s are barely visible. The “US” is faint. The cylinder is matching to the gun. Grips are original and still have a faint cartouche. The frame on the inside of the grips are dated from the time it went back to the factory. There are two dates. 8”.14” and 12.24”....
Scarce Raphael Civil War Era Revolver. Very fine example! Made in France by Perrin on basis of a patent held by Mangot-Comblain and marketed by George Raphael. Approximately 1000 of these were used in the Civil War. Most of these guns have very little to no finish, while this one has 85% original blue. Very fine unusual Civil War revolver.
U.S. Model 1816 North flintlock pistol with early style lock markings. Wood is very good plus with cartouche. Original rod. Overall this is a much better than normal 1816!
U.S. Model 1842 Navy Boxlock Percussion Pistol. Dated 1845. .54 Caliber with a 6” barrel. Markings are nice and sharp. This is a very fine example with some of the original brown on the barrel. Wood is excellent. Top notch example!
US Model 1836 by Waters. Made in 1839. .54 Caliber converted to percussion from flintlock in a Belgian style. Metal has a light gray patina with some pitting. Wood is good that has been refinished. There is a crack from the side plate.
U.S Model 1836 Flintlock Pistol by Robert Johnson. Flintlock pistol by Robert Johnson of Middletown Ct. Converted to percussion. All Iron mounts. Bolster inspector “AV”, Barrel markings NWP and US and P. Lock marked R Johnson, Midden CT. Date 1840. Some of those converted Johnson pistols went to state militias and recent evidence is thought to have been issued to the Philadelphia Light...
Pettengill Navy Revolver. Nice sharp gun! No finish to speak of, but all of the edges are crisp and it does not show any real signs of wear. All markings are nice and clear. Inspector marks are on various parts. Grips show normal handling wear. Very nice example!
North Model 1819 Flintlock Pistol. This is a reconversion to flint. Action works perfectly. Stock cartouche is partial visible. Stock has been expertly repaired at the wrist long ago. This is a clean pistol with very good eye appeal. Priced reasonably
Pettengill Army Revolver. .44 Caliber with a 7 ½” barrel. This gun was made in the 1860’s. Nice sharp gun overall with trace amounts of blue on the barrel flats, but overall a light brownish gray patina on metal. This is a military inspected gun. No signs of a cartouche are on the grips. Butt of this gun shows a repair and no serial numbers can be seen!
Virginia Manufactory 1st Model pistol. Extremely rare gun. While they made 2200 of these guns, not many survived. This model has the distinction of being the largest of all of the US martial handguns. Metal has light pitting throughout. Markings are all clear and readable. Lock is dated 1811. This is the first one we have ever owned. This gun came out of a great collection of US martial Arms...
Ultra rare US Model 1817 Flintlock Pistol. Very rare gun with only 1000 produced. This is a type one variant which comprised only 40% of production Metal shows light cleaning, small spots of staining and a little bit of pitting, the typical stuff you find on a US martial flintlock. Wood is very good with minor nicks in the wood and slight cleaning. Cartouche is still visible. This gun is all...
U.S. Model 1816 Flintlock Pistol by North. .54 Caliber. Metal has a natural brown patina with pitting. Gun is untouched. Wood has a couple of minor cracks, but is very good overall.
US Model 1816 Flintlock Pistol by North. 1st Type Lock Marking. Nice sharp gun! Markings are nice and clear. Barrel has light gray patina with scattered pitting. Small cracks in the wood. Faint cartouche is visible on the left hand side.
Martial Remington Beals Army Revolver. This is a mostly sharp gun where the metal has been cleaned and now there is a light brownish gray patina. Barrel address is mostly present. Various inspector’s marks are on the different part. A cartouche can be seen on both sides of the grips.
U.S. Model 1836 Flintlock Pistol converted to percussion by “A. Waters, Milbury, MS.” Lock dated 1843. This is an interesting pistol. Metal parts are very good. The stock is very good and has both inspector’s cartouches plainly visible. There is an “H.W.H.” mark near the cartouches. There are also front grip strap markings “KWH” over some underlying markings “H.F. TBAX or TBAL?? These are...
U.S. Model 1836 Flintlock Pistol converted to Percussion. Manufactured by A. Waters Milbury, Mass. Dated 1843. Gun has two faint inspector cartouches in the stock. Action works perfectly. This pistol shows genuine use. It has a nice brown patina. The stock shows numerous nicks and dings as you might expect in a gun used in battle. At the outbreak of the Civil War many of these were pressed into...
U.S. Model 1836 Flintlock Pistol by R. Johnson. Dated 1843. Stock has very good cartouches. Action works perfectly. Gun shows no abuse and is very good overall condition.
U.S. model 1842 Percussion by I. N. Johnson. Barrel dated 1846. Lock dated 1855. Stock has no cartouche and never had one. Due to the wide spread between dated parts and no cartouche we venture to say that this is a very late pistol, probably assembled from unused parts. This is a very sharp 1842 with very fine stock and is in fine to very fine overall condition.
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 more 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.
U.S model 1819 Flintlock pistol by Simeon North. Lock dated 1821. Stock is very good and has a good inspectors Cartouche. Action works perfectly. Very good 1819 North.