Made in the 1860s. Fairly scarce gun with roughly only 1000 off these guns made. This is a reasonably sharp gun with an even dark brown patina. Action works well.
U.S. Martial Antique Handguns
.54 caliber Model 1842 percussion Navy pistol by Ames with a 6" barrel in overall good condition. Also known as Navy Box lock. Metal is a light grey patina with pin-prick oxidation noted on the surface. Lock plate and barrel are dated 1844 with crisp marks visible. Wood is good with the name "B FAUTH" stamped on the left side. Excellent example of Box Lock!
Serial number 495, Made Circa 1861-1862. 41 caliber with a &” barrel. Excellent as restored. This gun is all matching.
Serial #13414, .36 cal, 7 3/8” octagon barrel with a partially bright about very good bore showing scattered light pitting and oxidation with otherwise strong rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this revolver are a mix of deep gray and mild plum-brown patina showing some...
.36 cal, 7 3/8” octagon barrel with a fair bore showing overall moderate pitting and oxidation with some bright streaks and otherwise quite good rifling. The metal surfaces of this Old Model Navy revolver have mostly toned to a mix of dull gray and gunmetal showing scattered light...
Serial number 1004. 44 caliber with an 8 shot revolver. Nice sharp gun with traces of original blue.
U.S. Model 1836 .54 caliber pistol by Asa Waters converted to percussion. Overall good condition with a smooth grey patina noted on metal surfaces. Action is nice and tight. Wood is good with handling and usage wear. Handsome cartouches is present as well. Lock plate is marked "A.Waters/Milbury, MS." with a date of 1837.
U.S. Model 1836 .54 caliber flintlock pistol by R. Johnson in overall good condition. Metal has a gray patina with surface oxidation noted. Action functions correctly with a tight lock up. Lock plate is dated 1839 with two cartouches present. Wood is good with a crack on the left side above the side plate screw.
U.S. Model 1819 Flintlock pistol by Simeon North. Only 20,400 of these martial arms were made from 1819-1823. Lock plate dated 1822. Pistol is in overall good condition with pin-prick oxidation noted on the metals surfaces. Action functions correctly. Stock has two surface cracks noted by the lock plate and trigger guard. Great early martial pistol.
U.S. Model 1842 .54 caliber smoothbore percussion pistol by H. Aston & Co. in great condition. Metal is in the bright to a grey patina with pin-prick oxidation noted in some areas. Action has a tight lock up. Wood is good with handsome cartouches. Barrel and lock dated 1851.
Gorgeous U.S. Model 1836 .54 caliber flintlock pistol by R. Johnson. Pistol is in the bright and looks like it just left the factory! Wood is great with handsome cartouches noted. Action is tight and crisp, lock plate is dated 1841.
U.S. Model 1819 .54 caliber flintlock pistol by Simeon North with a lock plate dated 1821. Pistol has the "been there look" and has been reconverted back into its original configuration. Metal is a grey patina with surface oxidation noted throughout. Wood shows heavy usage and handling wear with a repaired crack noted on the right side above the trigger guard. Faint cartouche is visible on...
U.S. Model 1842 .54 caliber percussion pistol by H. Aston in overall good condition. Metal is in the white with lock and barrel dated 1847. Wood is excellent with a sharp cartouche. Pistol looks to have been cleaned at some point. Very affordable martial pistol!
U.S. Model 1836 .54 caliber flintlock pistol by R. Johnson. Pistol is in overall good condition with pin-prick pitting noted on the barrel. Action is tight and crisp, lock is dated 1843 with inspector and proof marks noted on the barrel. Wood is good with faint cartouche visible next to the side plate.
Serial number 12618. Made in the 1860s. 36 caliber with 7 1/8” barrel. Metal has an even gray patina. There are small inspectors marks on the barrel, frame and cylinder. Grips are very good with visible but faint cartouches. This was a contract of 800 guns meant for the US Navy. Scarce US Martial Savage Navy Model!
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.
Made in 1837. 54 caliber with a 8 ½” barrel. 14” overall length. This gun is virtually untouched and has an even brown patina. Wood is very good with visible cartouches. Action works well!