Firearms
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F1235.    early British pistol converted from flintlock to percussion, 7.8" round, .70 caliber barrel, the metal is in great shape, smooth with a medium gray / brown patina, the wood is also in great shape, the barrel and stock are both stamped 83, the brass furniture really sets it off, the action is tight and works well, only draw back is the ram rod is MIA

F1233.    Burnside carbine in very good condition, the metal is smooth and free of pitting, it has a dark brown patina, the lock plate has a clear BURNSIDE RIFLE CO. / PROVIDENCE R I stamping, the barrel is marked CAST STEEL 1862, the frame at the breech is marked BURNSIDE PATENT /  MARCH 25TH 1856, the stock is also in very good condition with just a few expected small bumps, the left side has the sling bar and ring, the action is strong and works perfectly, the frame has an early serial number of 12710, the breech block is number 33955, but the patinas are a perfect match, overall an well above average Burnside that is very affordable due to the numbers

F1232.    9mm pinfire revolver in very good condition, it is a large frame revolver with a 4.75" long barrel and six shot cylinder, the metal is in good condition, free of any pitting with a light gray patina, retains the ejector rod and loading gate which are often missing, it also has a lanyard ring so most likely intended for cavalry or naval use, the two piece walnut grips are in great shape, the action is crisp and works well, these weapons were ahead of their time using a self contained cartridge, pinfires were the third most widely carried side arm of the war behind only Colts and Remingtons 

F1231.    Sharps four barrel peppperbox pistol in relic condition, 3.5" long, .32 caliber barrels, right side of frame is marked SHARPS PATENT / JAN. 25, 1859, it is visible, but faint, hammer is MIA, looks to be an early pick-up or barn find, cool relic 

F1230.    scarce Savage Navy revolver in good condition, the metal has tiny, pin prick pitting and a medium gray patina with peppering, it has been intelligently cleaned at some time, the top of the frame has clear Savage name and patent info, the two piece walnut grips are in good condition, the left side has a small chip at the butt, the action is crisp and works exceptionally well, overall a nice example of a rare weapon with only 20,000 made that has seen a lot of service but has been well cared for

F1226.    Remington New Model Army revolver in good shape, the metal is free of pitting and has a dark brown patina, this is an early manufacture with matching serial numbers of 36637,  the barrel address is worn away, the two piece walnut grips are also in good shape, the action is crisp and functions perfectly, overall an early gun that no doubt saw a lot of action but has been well cared for

F1219.U S Model 1842 percussion pistol in very good condition, the metal is free of pitting and has an even, medium brown patina, the lock plate is marked MIDD TN / CONN / 1850 rear of the hammer and U S / H. ASTON forward of the hammer, the walnut stock is in great shape, it has one tiny, hairline split rear of the lock plate, attractive brass furniture, has the original pivoting ramrod, the action is tight and functions perfectly, great example of an early military pistol

F1218. way cool pinfire revolver in very good condition, it is a six shot, 7mm pistol with a 3.25" octagon barrel, the metal is in great condition and retains nearly 100% of it's original bright finish, it has a Liege proof mark letting us know it was Belgium made, the action works perfectly in single or double action, it still has the ejector rod and loading gate, these are often missing, folding trigger, as nice as it is, what really sets it off are the gutta percha grips decorated with a leafed vine at top, and what looks like a winged wolf at the bottom, cool revolver that will be an interesting addition to any collection

F1216. Remington-Beals Navy revolver in good condition, these are difficult to find with only approx. 14500 being manufactured in 1861 - 1862, the metal is smooth and free of pitting with a dark brow patina, the 7.5"is marked BEALS PATENT SEPT. 14, 1858 / MANUFACTURED BY REMINGTONS' ILION, N.Y., the second line is partially obscured from wear, the brass front sight also shows much wear from countless hours in the saddle, the walnut grips are in good condition, the cylinder pin is a replacement, the action functions perfectly but the main spring is a little weak, overall a nice example of a scarce weapon that saw a lot of service but has been well cared for

F1215. Pattern 1856 British Lancers single shot pistol in good condition, has an eight inch, .69 caliber barrel, the metal is smooth with a grayish-brown patina, the lock plate has the crown rear of the hammer and 1867 / BIRMINGHAM forward, brass furniture with a lanyard ring in the butt cap, has the original hinged ram rod, blade front sight and v rear sight, the walnut stock has expected dings and bruises but nothing major, the hammer holds at half and full cocked positions, the main spring is extremely weak so the hammer has to be nudged forward when fired, nice looking pistol that was manufactured in 1867, price reflects the post war date

F1207. Colt Model 1849 Pocket revolver in good condition, the metal is free of pitting but does have some slightest surface texture, it has a medium gray patina, the four inch barrel has the two line Colt address, brass bead front sight, the two piece walnut grips are in great shape, the five shot cylinder has traces of the scene remaining, has all matching serial numbers including the wedge that denotes an 1857 production date, the action works well, overall a nice early Colt that displays very well