NSN, made in 1839, .60 caliber , 5.5" round proofed barrel. Barrel and lock plate are a grey patina with smooth pin-prick oxidation visible. Barrel tang is marked "M" 1837" right side has a date marked "1839". Lock plate is marked "Mre. Rle de Tulle" Wood is very good with light nicks and scratches present. Action functions correctly.
Foreign Military Antique Handguns
SN: G 19782. Made in 1898, 8mm Lebel caliber with a 4.5" barrel. The bore has a bulge about halfway and is otherwise bright with good rifling. French military revolver that has been chrome plated. The action functions and the gun looks good with a little pitting on one side.
Serial No.5925, circa 1895-1898, converted to .45acp, 4" barrel with retailer address present. Barrel is marked "Army & Navy C.S.L." Approximately 80% original blue remaining. Bore is bright with rifling present, minor areas of frosting is noted in the grooves. Cylinder has been shaved, Frame is marked with Webley Patents with "bullet and wings/ W&S" Plastic brown grips are near...
Serial No.18381,made in 1892, 4" barrel. Large "Broad Arrow is noted on top, Approximately 90% original blue is present. Revolver was used during the Boer War and brought over in the 1940s by a South African family. Bore is bright and shiny with strong rifling present. Grips are near excellent with small chips noted. Cylinder has been shaved and accepts .45acp with moon clips. Excellent...
Serial No. 22175, circa 1892-1894, .45acp, 4" barrel marked with large Broad Arrow. Finish is mostly a grey/ light brown patina. Bore is good with strong rifling visible. Cylinder has been shaved to accept .45acp with moon clips. Round checkered grips are very good with minor scratches noted along the edges. Action functions correctly. (Consignment)
Serial No. 76282, circa 1890s, .455, 4" barrel. Finish has a grey patina with traces of original blue present. Back strap is inscribed with E. Cuthberston. Bore is bright with strong rifling noted. Cuthberston would Serve in the Boer War, World War 1 were he would be wounded in Ypres in 1915. Cuthberston would be active in the Home Guard during the early part of WWII and would unfortunately...
Serial No. 51340, circa 1894-1898, .45acp, 4" Broad Arrow marked barrel. Revolver has a dull arsenal blue finish with silvering around the edges, cylinder has been shaved to accept .45ACP with moon clips. Broad Arrows are noticeable throughout with " ENGLAND" stamped left side barrel. Bore shows surface frosting in the grooves with strong rifling visible. Back strap is marked with "N/17"....
Serial number 10071. 7.63 Mauser caliber with a 5 ½” barrel. Metal has been Cleaned. This gun has R. M. Marking for the Republic of Mexico. Very Rare early Mauser C996 Broomhandle Conehammer with Mexican markings.
Serial 1937. 42 caliber with a 6 ¾” barrel. Made in 1862. Metal has a mottled gray patina. All markings are visible. Grips are very good. LeMat revolvers were developed by Alexander Lemat, a French inventor from New Orleans and P. G. T. Beauregard, a prominent confederate General.
Serial number 543. 42 caliber with a 6 ¾” barrel. Made circa 1862. Nice even Patina throughout metal with scattered light pitting. Action is mechanically sound. Grips are very good. LeMat revolvers were developed by Alexander Lemat, a French inventor from New Orleans and P. G. T. Beauregard, a prominent confederate General.
Serial number 281. Made circa 1862. Gun has seen a fair amount of use and has a gray patina. Loading lever is missing. Grips are original and show wear. These are confederate used guns which are unique in that you have a 42 caliber barre on the top and a 16 gauge shotgun barrel on the bottom.
NSN, .58 caliber 8 7/8" round barrel scarce British Pattern 1824 Sea Service flintlock pistol, with a total production of 1600 made. Overall good condition, metal is a smooth dull grey patina. Wood shows dings and minor scratches from handling wear. Inspector and proof marks are visible throughout. Action holds at half and full cock. The obvious difference in the Sea Service and the Land...
NSN, .68 caliber 8 7/8" round smoothbore barrel circa 1820s. Overall good condition with a smooth dark grey patina with proofed barrel. Lock plate has Crown over "W.R" with broad arrow. Wood shows some handling ad usage wear, "BO" over Broad Arrow is noted on the right side. Action functions correctly.
British Sea Service Pistol. Converted to percussion. "Crown GR" on lock. Tower mark on tail of lock. Gun has a belt hook on the left side. Stock is very sharp and is excellent. Metal has surface stains and no pitting . Very fine condition.
SN:20214. Beautiful British revolver manufactured in the 1890's. Barrel is 6". Bore is mint. Metal has approximately 98% high luster blue; which is a refinish of the period and was very common. Barrel lug is marked ".450/455". Excellent overall condition. These were commonly purchased privately by officers.
SN: D2070. Italian military revolver made in 1897. Bore is very good, slightly frosted with strong rifling. Very good overall condition.
Very Interesting German military Horse pistol that has been converted to Percussion. Gun is 21” overall length with a 14” barrel and is approximately 65 caliber.
Serial number G64589. Made in the 1870s at the St. Etienne Arsenal. Gun has a mostly Mottled patina with around 25% of the nickel finish. Grips shows a fair amount wear.
British "Light Dragoon" flintlock pistol circa late 18th century. Lock is marked with a crown over "GR". Barrel is 9" in length with proof marks present. Metal has a dark grey patina. Wood shows heavy usage with repaired cracks noted by the lock and side plate.
French Model 1837 percussion pistol .60 caliber Navy marked in overall good condition. Metal is in the bright. Action is smooth and functions correctly. Serial numbers are matching. This was the first percussion pistol adopted by France. A repaired crack is noted on the grip handle.