Colt 1862 Police & Pocket Navy

  • Colt 1862 Police Percussion .36 caliber revolver. Barrel length 6 ½”. This is a very fine ’62 Police with a mint bore and approximately 93-95% bright blue. Case colored parts have approximately 85-95% nice colors. The cylinder safety pins are mostly intact and not mashed down. Action works and indexes perfectly. Gun has a beautiful pair of Mexican eagle and snake grips which is part of the seal of Mexico. This is a gem of a long barrel ‘62 Police and very hard to find in a 6 ½” barrel. 
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    Colt 1862 Police Percussion (C14785)

    $5,250.00

    Colt 1862 Police Percussion .36 caliber revolver. Barrel length 6 ½”. This is a very fine ’62 Police with a mint bore and approximately 93-95% bright blue. Case colored parts have approximately 85-95% nice...

  • Cased Factory Engraved Colt 1862 Pocket Navy Inscribed 7th Cavalry. Made in 1861. Beautiful gun with 90% of the original blue on the barrel. Lever has most of the case colors. Cylinder has excellent cylinder scene with 40% of the original blue. Frame has mostly turned to a gray patina. Both the back strap and trigger guard have all of the silver plating. The engraving is a vine scroll style that started in 1861. Grips are ivory. The bottom of the grip is scrimshawed “JAS. F. SMITH/SERGT. MAJ”. On the right hand side bottom of the grip and the right had side bottom grip continuing “GEN. CUSTERS/7th CAV. U.S.A./1868”. The inscription appears old and original, but we are unable to find a James Smith, Sergeant Major. We have spoken with a Custer expert and he said while it was strange not to have a record of this particular sergeant major, it was not out of the realm of possibilities. The case is excellent with very fine accessories. 
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    Cased Factory Engraved Colt 1862 Pocket Navy (C14636)

    $19,500.00

    Cased Factory Engraved Colt 1862 Pocket Navy Inscribed 7th Cavalry. Made in 1861. Beautiful gun with 90% of the original blue on the barrel. Lever has most of the case colors. Cylinder has excellent cylinder scene with 40%...

  • Colt 1862 Police .36 caliber revolver. Action works perfectly. Barrel length 5½. Bore is good. Grips are good plus. Barrel has a pit on the right side and a mar on the right near the wedge. Lever, hammer and frame have very good case colors. Gun has original blue and touch up blue. Very good 1862 Police with condition.

    Colt 1862 Police .36 (C14114)

    $2,650.00

    Colt 1862 Police .36 caliber revolver. Action works perfectly. Barrel length 5½. Bore is good. Grips are good plus. Barrel has a pit on the right side and a mar on the right near the wedge. Lever, hammer and frame...

  • Beautiful Colt 1862 Police Revolver. Made in 1963. Excellent condition. Barrel has 99% of the original blue. Cylinder has 95% of the original finish. Most of these cylinders flaked really bad. Grips are excellent. Case colors are bright. About as nice of an example as you could find. This gun is certainly good enough for a case!

    Beautiful Colt 1862 Police Revolver (C13080)

    $9,500.00

    Beautiful Colt 1862 Police Revolver. Made in 1963. Excellent condition. Barrel has 99% of the original blue. Cylinder has 95% of the original finish. Most of these cylinders flaked really bad. Grips are excellent. Case...

  • Colt 1862 Pocket Navy .36 caliber revolver. Cased with accessories. Gun has 85-95% case colors and approximately 70% plus original blue. Gun has some flaking of the blue on the left side, but no pitting. Cylinder scene is 99%. Serial numbers are all matching. Grips are near mint and all original.

    Colt 1862 Pocket Navy .36 (C9896)

    $6,950.00

    Colt 1862 Pocket Navy .36 caliber revolver. Cased with accessories. Gun has 85-95% case colors and approximately 70% plus original blue. Gun has some flaking of the blue on the left side, but no pitting. Cylinder scene is...

  • Colt 1862 Police. This is a very early gun being serial number 651 and has a Hartford barrel address. Also very desirable as it has an iron backstrap and trigger guard and it is not English proofed. Gun has a nice smooth brown patina all over the metal surfaces with traces of blue in protected areas. Back strap is in period inscribed "ìJoseph F. Sinnott Philad.î Sinnott" was a mogul in his day being the owner of one of the largest distilleries, named Gibsonton Mills Distillery. He built a giant 32 room mansion named Rathalla in Rosemont Philadelphia. The estate which sat on 40 acres eventually became the college campus for Rosemont College and the Rathalla house still stands and is in use today. A packet of research accompanies this historic gun.

    Colt 1862 Police Revolver (C5945)

    $5,950.00

    Colt 1862 Police. This is a very early gun being serial number 651 and has a Hartford barrel address. Also very desirable as it has an iron backstrap and trigger guard and it is not English proofed. Gun has a nice smooth...