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Items 21 to 40 of 223 total


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    REMINGTON OVER-UNDER DERINGERS, FACTORY ENGRAVED
    REMINGTON OVER-UNDER DERINGERS, FACTORY ENGRAVED

    REMINGTON OVER-UNDER DERINGERS, FACTORY ENGRAVED

    Here is a pair of guns you may never see the likes of again. This is a consecutively numbered pair of early Remington Deringers (Type 1, Model 2) and they are as rare as can be. I believe them to be of a cased set, or cased separately for man and wife. The first is a barn-burner with factory, exhibition-grade scroll engraving covering nearly 100% of its surface, a feature only seen on the highest grade presentation pieces. It shows 95% original nickel plating on the left side and about 20% on the right, where it undoubtedly laid on its side for decades. It shows very little use and beautiful factory pearl grips. The second gun shows standard factory engraving with rose-wood grips. It shows use and carry retaining less than 20% original nickel plating, but is still in sharp, crisp condition. It is missing its barrel release (an original can be easily found). Both guns have perfect hinges and the two-line barrel address. These should be cared for and cased by someone that appreciates high-quality Remington Arms.

    PRICE - $6,500.00


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    ANTIQUE CIVIL WAR SAVAGE REVOLVER FOR SALE
    ANTIQUE CIVIL WAR SAVAGE REVOLVER FOR SALE

    ANTIQUE CIVIL WAR SAVAGE REVOLVER FOR SALE

    Savage Navy Revolvers are seldom found with much of any original finish, and this one is no exception. However it is about the finest condition gun with no finish that I have come across. All markings, edges, action and grips are about as sharp and crisp as could be found. Take a close look at the photos and you'll see what I mean. Discernible cartouche and a near perfect, deep address on the top-strap tell the story. Almost the entire production of these guns were purchased and issued to Union forces during the war and this is no exception, being fully sub-inspected. A great gun.

    PRICE - $2,450.00


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    DOUBLE BARREL FLINTLOCK PISTOL FOR SALE - HISTORICAL ARMS
    DOUBLE BARREL FLINTLOCK PISTOL FOR SALE - HISTORICAL ARMS

    DOUBLE BARREL FLINTLOCK PISTOL FOR SALE - HISTORICAL ARMS

    This is a very crisply conditioned over/under flintlock pistol by Smith & Walker as marked on the left side of its frame. It has a rotating pan that allows for a quick second fire. It is engraved with stands of arms on both sides of the frame and has a coin silver inlay on the back of the grip with the initials "JW" engraved in script. The gun is rifled 40 caliber, has walnut grips and is in perfect working order. A nice little early Flintlock Pocket Pistol.

    PRICE - $1,100.00


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    NEW HAVEN ARMS SMALL FRAME VOLCANIC PISTOL
    NEW HAVEN ARMS SMALL FRAME VOLCANIC PISTOL

    NEW HAVEN ARMS SMALL FRAME VOLCANIC PISTOL

    This Volcanic is a little ripper of a gun. It is untouched, has great edges and markings and shows very little wear. It retains 80% bright, vivid blue and where missing is a blue-brown patina. It shows lots of original fire-blue on the bolt and some colors on the hammer and lever. The grips are near mint. I doubt this gun was ever fired but it has been handled a bit, probably by some kid whose dad or grandpa allowed him to do so. In great condition and worthy of a very fine collection.

    PRICE - $ 18,500.00


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    RARE PAIR, HENRY DERINGER BELT PISTOLS
    RARE PAIR, HENRY DERINGER BELT PISTOLS

    RARE PAIR, HENRY DERINGER BELT PISTOLS

    This is a wonderful and extremely rare matching pair of Henry Deringer Belt Pistols. Note,,,, I said Belt Pistols, as these are over 9" long over-all with 5-inch barrels. They are in very fine to extremely fine condition with one retaining 95% of its original striping and the other 85 - 90%. There is only the slightest hint of staining in a few areas that could probably be cleaned to raise their condition to near excellent. There are slight traces of the rare copper streaks within the striping. The wood on both guns is in excellent condition with much of the piano varnish finish wearing thin, with the grips finely checkered. All mounts of German Silver are engraved and the barrels are silver-banded. Both guns have a German silver trap-door compartment to store percussion caps in the butt. I have been told by the old timers that all Henry Deringers had the simulated damascus striping with copper streaked in them that no one has ever been able to duplicate. Also that when one finds a plain browned barrel, chances are it just shows a patinaed finish or has actually been re-browned. I don't know if this is true as I have a motto I go by, and that is "ALL THE EXPERTS ARE DEAD". If you weren't there when it was manufactured, you don't know for certain. What I do know is that the finish on these gun barrels is original and the combination of high finish, mount features and size make this an extremely desirable matched set of Henrys. One of them has some of the original copper streaking showing clear as a bell when you pop off the barrels. These guns are extremely rare and about the size of a 5 or 6-inch Colt Pocket, but thicker and heavier. They are a great set of guns in a rare and unusual size.

    PRICE - $11,750.00


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    ANTIQUE REMINGTON OVER/UNDER DERRINGER FOR SALE
    ANTIQUE REMINGTON OVER/UNDER DERRINGER FOR SALE

    ANTIQUE REMINGTON OVER/UNDER DERRINGER FOR SALE

    This is an untouched and factory engraved Remington over/under in strong condition. Markings, edges and action all strong, with 60 - 70% original nickel. This gun looks better in person than in the photos due to the halogen lighting. Single-line Ilion, NY address on top of the barrel.

    PRICE - $1,685.00


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    STARR DOUBLE ACTION CIVIL WAR REVOLVER
    STARR DOUBLE ACTION CIVIL WAR REVOLVER

    STARR DOUBLE ACTION CIVIL WAR REVOLVER

    This is a very fine condition, Civil War Starr Double Action Revolver in standard 44 caliber. As you can see in the photos, it retains 90% blue on the cylinder and about 80 - 85% on the barrel and frame. It is fully sub-inspected to include a perfect cartouche to the grips.

    PRICE - $ 3,650.00 - SALE PENDING !!!


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    COLT ROOT REVOLVER
    COLT ROOT REVOLVER

    COLT ROOT REVOLVER

    This is an untouched, high-condition Colt Root Revolver retaining 98% original blue and case colors to all parts with exception of the cylinder which shows traces of blue mixing with untouched brown patina. The grips are near mint. A great little Colt.

    PRICE - $ 3,450.00


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    ANTIQUE PISTOL,  J. H. HAPPOLDT OF CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
    ANTIQUE PISTOL,  J. H. HAPPOLDT OF CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA

    ANTIQUE PISTOL, J. H. HAPPOLDT OF CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA

    This is a fine condition and very rare gun made by one of the great, but little known Southern gunsmiths, John H. Happoldt. A maker of fine Belt Pistols and Derringers, Happoldt was so well respected for his capabilities that his shop was awarded contracts for converting long arms for the state of South Carolina. He actually entered Confederate Service and contined his excellent work rifling and fitting bayonet lugs to muskets. This example of one of his pistols is in very fine condition. Only a handful are known to exist and this one has a period name on the grip that appears to be stamped from individual letter dies, "M. Pierce".

    PRICE - $ 3,975.00


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    ANTIQUE SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS.
    ANTIQUE SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS.

    ANTIQUE SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS.

    Smith & Wesson Model 1 - Second Issue, Model 1 - Third Issue, Model 1 & 1/2, Second Issue. All are in generally good, functioning condition but the 1 & 1/2 barrel catch is frozen. Can't beat the price for re-sale.

    PRICE - $425.00 - Sale pending!


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    Civil War Revolver, Lefaucheux Revolver
    Civil War Revolver, Lefaucheux Revolver

    Civil War Revolver, Lefaucheux Revolver

    This is a Lefaucheux type, Pin-fire Revolver that appears to be in very good condition showing some simple engraving and a fine pair of checkered, hard rubber grips. This gun is frozen solid. You can't pull the trigger, pull the hammer back, remove a screw or do about anything else other than look at it. I'm not going to force the issue by buggering up a screw head. This gun needs some patience. If you don't mind soaking this for a while and have good tools, I'm sure it can experience a re-birth. It is in crusty patina, but doesn't appear to have any pitting. Could be a bargain for someone as these were imported by North and South during the Civil War.

    PRICE - $ 550.00


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    REMINGTON ELLIOT DERINGER
    REMINGTON ELLIOT DERINGER

    REMINGTON ELLIOT DERINGER

    This little Remington Elliot is in good condition but needs some cleaning of some raised rust scattered about its surfaces. Needs some work to the revolving pin. Fine grips.

    PRICE - $550.00


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    ANTIQUE STARR DOUBLE-ACTION ARMY REVOLVER
    ANTIQUE STARR DOUBLE-ACTION ARMY REVOLVER

    ANTIQUE STARR DOUBLE-ACTION ARMY REVOLVER

    This Starr Double-Action Civil War Revolver has seen plenty of use but is still in very good mechanical condition and has full grips with an overall gray patina. Action, edges and markings are very good as well. The gun shows only minor blemishes and staining. This is very reasonably priced.

    PRICE - $1,150.00


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    SPENCER SAFETY HAMMERLESS REVOLVER MADE BY MALTBY, HENLEY & COMPANY.
    SPENCER SAFETY HAMMERLESS REVOLVER MADE BY MALTBY, HENLEY & COMPANY.

    SPENCER SAFETY HAMMERLESS REVOLVER MADE BY MALTBY, HENLEY & COMPANY.

    This excellent little 32 caliber revolver is one you won't see every day. Not super valuable, this one is rare in that it is factory engraved with deluxe, decorative hard-rubber grips. The right grip was broken at one time but is not missing the slightest piece and has been expertly glued back together. The all brass gun is period engraved and retains nearly all of its original finish. If the grips were not broken, it would be double my price which is extremely reasonable. I doubt you could find another like it.

    PRICE - $395.00 - SALE PENDING!!


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    COLT SINGLE ACTION HOLSTER BY HEISER
    COLT SINGLE ACTION HOLSTER BY HEISER

    COLT SINGLE ACTION HOLSTER BY HEISER

    This is a relatively rare find and seldom offered on the market. These were offered by Heiser in the 1910 period and were a copy of rigs manufactured by both Furstnow and Coggshall of Miles City, Montana. This example is for a 5 1/2" Colt Single Action and is in great shape save for its missing waist strap. You can find these pictured in the book, "Packing Iron". They were sometimes worn inside of a jacket but more popular with cowboys who preferred to not have their weapons getting tangled with their riggings.

    PRICE - $475.00 - SALE PENDING !


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    ANTIQUE KENTUCKY PISTOL / UNDERHAMMER PISTOL
    ANTIQUE KENTUCKY PISTOL / UNDERHAMMER PISTOL

    ANTIQUE KENTUCKY PISTOL / UNDERHAMMER PISTOL

    This is a very unusual gun obviously copied from a mass-produced pattern of side-arm. It is well made with a curly maple stock, silver mounts and a fully octagon signed barrel in the style of a rifle-maker. On top of it all, it has a presentation on top of the barrel. A great little gun.

    PRICE - $ 1,975.00


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    SPRINGFIELD ARMS COMPANY POCKET REVOLVER, HISTORICALLY INSCRIBED
    SPRINGFIELD ARMS COMPANY POCKET REVOLVER, HISTORICALLY INSCRIBED

    SPRINGFIELD ARMS COMPANY POCKET REVOLVER, HISTORICALLY INSCRIBED

    This is an untouched, "in-the-black" revolver with a fine inscription on the left frame that reads, "Z. T. Tibbatts to Chas. W. Litherbury, Dec. 1st, '63". I have found that both of these men were officers in the Union Navy during the Civil War and the gun was obviously a gift or token of respect given by Tibbatts. The arbor is a period replacement and the loading gate is missing. These parts can be found on one of these guns in lesser condition that can probably be found for a couple hundreds dollars. You can then sell the lesser gun at close to what you shelled out. The result would be a fine, historically inscribed Civil War revolver at a low cost basis and I have never seen this model with an inscription. It would be a great addition for any collector that is trying to find an inscribed specimen of each model.

    PRICE - $1,685.00


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    CIVIL WAR MOORE REVOLVER - INSCRIBED CIVIL WAR GUN
    CIVIL WAR MOORE REVOLVER - INSCRIBED CIVIL WAR GUN

    CIVIL WAR MOORE REVOLVER - INSCRIBED CIVIL WAR GUN

    There's a first time for everything. Take a look at the shoulders of the back-strap on this little revolver, it is dated on the lugs! I've never seen that feature on any pistol in 30 years of collecting. I know the photos are a bit dark, but this gun is extremely sharp and crisp to include all markings, edges and action. The barrel and cylinder are in a smooth, dark-brown patina with generous blue on the bottom of the barrel. The factory engraved frame retains 80% original dark silver plate and the grips are excellent with 90%+ original varnish. The back-strap inscription reads, "ADJ. Cha's. E. Whitney / 40th Mass. Vols. / From Friends". Whitney mustered in as a Corporal in August of 1862 and served throught the war. The 40th saw action at Fort Wagner, Olustee, Drewry's Bluff (where Whitney was wounded), Bermuda Hundred, Cold harbor, and Petersburg among other places. This is a nice little gun with a great inscription and history to a man who advanced to the rank of Captain and was wounded at Drewry's Bluff, Virginia in 1864.

    PRICE - SOLD!!!


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    NATIONAL ARMS No. 1 DERINGER WITH EXTRA FANCY ENGRAVING.
    NATIONAL ARMS No. 1 DERINGER WITH EXTRA FANCY ENGRAVING.

    NATIONAL ARMS No. 1 DERINGER WITH EXTRA FANCY ENGRAVING.

    This is a deluxe engraved Moore with special patriotic panel scene of an American Military Eagle on its back strap. This extra special coverage makes this a rare little gun.

    PRICE - $1,650.00


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    CIVIL WAR REVOLVER, REMINGTON-BEALS NAVY REVOLVER WITH ITS ORIGINAL HOLSTER.
    CIVIL WAR REVOLVER, REMINGTON-BEALS NAVY REVOLVER WITH ITS ORIGINAL HOLSTER.

    CIVIL WAR REVOLVER, REMINGTON-BEALS NAVY REVOLVER WITH ITS ORIGINAL HOLSTER.

    This is an untouched rig that came to us from an inquiry to our website. As most of you know, the Beals Navy is relatively hard to come by in decent condition. This one is untouched and has never been on the market as far as I know. It's still dusty and dirty and needs a good cleaning and then oiling. It is all complete with a replaced lever latch and arbor that was on it when I got it, the owner obviously making an attempt to get the gun serviceable prior to sale. Neither are very noticeably different from an original. The gun is sharp and crisp and in a medium brown to gray patina. The hammer spur is broken off and I have it here somewhere, taped to a piece of paper. Finding it within my labyrinth of paperwork, telephones and half eaten bowls of cocoa-puffs will be next to impossible, so don't count on it being part of the deal. If I run across it someday, I can assure you I'll never remember what it was for. The holster is very nice with a bit of re-stitching. It has a very neat replacement plug that was hand-made and stitched to its bottom, definitely period work, very well done and it gives the rig a very cool look. With its fine grips, this is a good set and the gun alone is worth the price of ownership. The holster is a bonus.

    PRICE - $1,595.00 (ON HOLD!!!)

 

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