Colt 1878 DA .45 LC caliber revolver. Made in 1880. Nice early gun with a 7½” barrel in .45 LC. This gun has 85% of the original nickel finish with the main loss at the muzzle and left hand front side of the frame. Also, slight flaking on the cylinder. Good fire-blue remains on the small parts. Grips are excellent. The gun is in amazing shape, considering its age.
AYA Side by Side 12 Gauge shotgun. Sidelock double with detachable locks, single trigger and auto ejectors. Has 26” Full/Modified barrels. The stock has a recoil pad, LOP is 14 ¼”. Overall very good condition with light wear.
Henry Deringer “Peanut” Size Pistol. 1 ¾” barrel. 40% of the original brown finish on the barrel in protected areas. All fittings are nicely engraved. Stock is very good plus. Very nice gun. A lot of guns are referred to as “peanuts”, but this is the real deal.
U.S. model 1816 North pistol converted to Percussion. This pistol has seen some real use in that the stock at the buttcap has a large chunk of wood broken off, but through extensive use, the wood has worn smooth in a way that use by handling gives it an appearance that gives the gun some real character.
Springfield U.S. 1903 .30-06 caliber rifle. Early 1908 dated ’03 with scarce 1909 bolo bayonet. Bolo is 1910 dated with Springfield markings and flaming bomb. Scabbard is a Type III with brass eyelet. Bore has strong rifling. Metal has a gray patina. Wood is good with minor nicks and dings Good to very good overall condition. A desirable Pre-WWI rig!
Moore Teat Fire Revolver. The steel parts are elaborately etched with leaf and scroll patterns with floral and scroll motif on punch dot background. Very good overall condition. Scarce Example with engraved and etched features. Action works perfectly.
Colt Single Action Army 4¾” Barrel in .32-20 caliber revolver. Made in 1914. Beautiful high luster blue! 90% Original blue. Frame has faded case colors. Grips are excellent. Gun is all matching. Bore is excellent. This gun is in .32-20 caliber with a 4¾” barrel. Very fine gun!
Excellent Starr Single Action Army. Superb gun with 97% of the original blue finish. Grips are very fine and do show some light handling. Cartouches are nice and clear with just slight wear. Case colors have darkened, but are still visible. Top notch condition for none of these early Starr revolvers!
Tranter New Orleans marked .38 caliber revolver. Tranter New Orleans marked revolver approximately .38 caliber medium frame revolver. Factory engraved. Barrel length 4 ½”. Action works perfectly. Gun has approximately 75 % bright original blue. Grips are near excellent. Top strap marked “manufactured for A.B. Griswold & Co. New Orleans”. Serial#21216T. Correct Civil War range Tranter. These are considered to be Civil War used revolvers. From the Norm Flayderman Collection.
Springfield Model 1873 .45-70 caliber Trapdoor rifle converted to a sporting rifle! Bore is excellent. Barrel length 30”. Rear sight is a flip up ladder sight and in the down position is a buckhorn. Front sight is a Rocky Mountain silver blade. Gun serial number is 4177. These are referred to as Meachem Conversions and we have sold approximately 10-15 rifles like this one over the last 40 years. Very impressive Old West Hunters rifle!
French Model 1777 Corrigé an IX Dragoon Musket. Metal has a gray patina. Lock has a faint manufactures mark “Charleville”. Tang has a faint “1777”. Wood is in great shape. Stock has been cleaned at some point. Outline of cartouche is visible. This model was manufactured under Napoleon Bonaparte! Overall very good iconic French shoulder arm.
N. Starr & Son U.S. Model 1816 Flintlock Musket. 15,530 were manufactured from 1829-1840. Barrel has a dark brown patina. Lock plate has a faint “U.S.” and “RR” forward of the hammer. Rear of the hammer reads “1832” with a faint “MIDLtn CONN 1832”. Stock is good with a faint cartouche visible. Minor dings and scratches noted. Great solid looking contract model 1816!
Beautifully Engraved Belgian Velo Dog Revolver. Approximately 7mm caliber. 5-Shot revolver. This revolver is unmarked as to maker but has Belgian proofs. The engraving is intricate and very well done. The hammer is unusual in that the “spur” is conical shape. Grips are rosewood. Action works perfectly. Very fine Velo Dog.
Colt Model 1878 double action revolver with etched barrel panel “Colt Frontier Six Shooter” which was a Colt trade mark for .44-40 caliber. The panel is about 60-70% visible. 7 ½” barrel. Bore has good rifling and light corrosion in the grooves. Action works perfectly. Gun has approximately 35-40% original nickel but the overall appearance is very eye appealing nice etched barrel .44-40.
Rock Island Arsenal 1903 30-06 SPRG caliber rifle. Excellent Springfield 1903 rifle NRA Marked. 95% + original finish. Excellent wood with nice sharp 1913 dated cartouche. Barrel also dated 1913. Nice early gun. Lyman rear sight.