U.S. Model 1836 Pistol Converted to Percussion. Dated 1838 by Waters. Excellent wood and metal. No pits. Faint cartouches in stock. Excellent markings in metal. Very fine condition overall.
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.
Scarce Freeman Army .44 caliber revolver. Manufactured 1863-1864. Approximately 2000 made. This is an exceptionally fine example. Serial # is 716. Bore is excellent. Gun has approximately 90% original blue. Hammer has 100% colors. Action works perfectly. Cylinder has a pit area but gun is very fine otherwise.
Aston & Co U.S. Model 1842 percussion pistol. Wood is excellent with no cartouche. (either missed by inspector or not issued). Metal is very good with crisp markings. Very nice Aston!
U.S. 1836 Flintlock Pistol converted to percussion. Manufactured by Waters and dated 1843. Stock is very good with clear cartouches. Metal parts are surface stained but not pitted.
U.S. Model 1836 Flintlock converted to Percussion. Gun is made by R. Johnson and dated 1838. Cartouches are perfect. Metal is excellent. Gun looks unfired since the conversion. This is a near perfect example of an 1836 to perfect conversion. We have never had one better!
U.S. Model 1819 North flintlock pistol dated 1822. Nice original martial pistol. Mechanically fine with very good stock. Metal is mostly smooth with an even patina.