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A good 2nd Series Remington derringer circa 1895, retaining 98% original nickel to barrels and some losses of nickel to frame. It has the optional factory wood grips. The pistol has fine bore and there is no crack to the hinge. This derringer is contained in a later wooden box. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5442
A very good brass framed cannon barrelled flintlock pocket pistol by Brander, London. The pistol has a rolled trigger guard safety, nice clean frame and barrel. It has very good wood retaining virtually all the original silver sire inlay. This is a very attractive little pistol. Very good working order and condition. Overall length 8in. Barrel length 3in.
Stock No. PR121
A .44 rimfire Connecticut Arms Co. Bulldog derringer. The barrel blue is fading to brown with a few small knocks and the case hardened action is to a silver colour. The gun has very good vulcanised rubber grips. There is some marking to the bore. This gun is chambered for the .44 rimfire Henry round as a companion to your Henry Mod. 66 Winchester rifle. Good working order and good condition.
Stock No. 5386
A good flintlock boxlock turnoff cannon barrelled pocket pistol by Probin. The metal work is to a dark even patina, It has a rounded flared wooden butt with a couple of very minor marks, silver escutcheon and grotesque silver butt cap. The pistol has a rolled trigger guard with sliding safety. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5349
A good London prooved Colt No.1 derringer. The metal work is to a grey finish overall with one or two minor knocks, and it has a fair bore. Good working order and condition.
Stock No 5328
An all-steel National Arms Co. .41 rimfire derringer. The metal work overall is to a grey finish with no pitting. The gun has a good bore. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5319
A good London prooved .41 rimfire Colt Derringer No. 3, retailed by Geo. H. Daw, London. The barrel is faded to a grey finish, it has a good bronze body and the grips retain much original varnish with minor knocks and scuffs. Good working order and good condition.
Stock No. 5321
A good London prooved .41 rimfire No. 3 Colt Derringer. The barrel is faded to a brown patina and the action retains some original nickel plate. it has good grips with much original varnish and one or two minor knocks. It has a fine bore. Good working order and condition. Contained in it’s original chamois purse holster, also in good condition.
Stock No. 5320
A pair of 60 bore flintlock boxlock turnoff pistols by Jover. The metal work is to a grey patina with some minor knocks. The guns have sliding safeties, slab sided wooden butts with minor knocks and scratches. There is a small crack to the wood on the left hand side of one pistol. Barrels 2½in. in length. Overall 7in. in length. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 5302
A boxlock flintlock 60 bore London prooved pocket percussion pistol marked ‘London’. The metalwork is to a dark patina, it has a rolled trigger guard and sliding trigger guard safety. It has good wood with one or two minor knocks. The trigger guard is a little loose. Barrel length 2¼in. Overall length 7in. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5297.
A bronze framed No. 2 rimfire derringer by National Arms Co. The barrel is to a steel patina, the bronze frame is evenly patinated and the wood grips retain approximately 50% original varnish. This is a fairly rare derringer in good working order and good condition.
Stock No. 5293
A very good .41 Colt No. 3 nickel plated derringer. This derringer retains much original nickel plate with a patch of loss to left hand side of the barrel. It has London proof marks and very nice grips retaining much original varnish. Very good working order and condition.
A fine double barrelled 60 bore overcoat percussion pistol by Towl, Boston. The action and barrels retain much original case hardening colours and there is a gold line to the breech. The blued trigger guard has some fading. The pistol has a very finely chequered walnut butt with one or two very tiny marks. The pistol still retains it’s original serrated nipple. A very fine little pistol, hard to find in this condition. Barrel group 3½in. Overall length 8in.
Stock No. 5128
A nice, early .41 rimfire over/under Remington derringer, retaining 90% original nickel plate finish. There is a small crack to the left hand side of the hinge. It has very good grips and fine bores. Very good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5088
A .36 percussion pocket revolver by Allan and Wheelock. The pistol is to an overall grey patina to the metal with a little light pitting to the cylinder. The wooden grips are good. Barrel length 4in. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 5018
A .32 rimfire Union Arms Co. six shot revolver. The metal is clean and to a grey patina with a couple of very small areas of light pitting. The gun has nice original grips retaining some varnish. Barrel length 3¾ in. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 5023
A very good .41 rimfire Colt No. 2 derringer, Serial No. 8132. The chequered wooden grips retain nearly all original varnish. The body of the gun is to a grey patina and the barrel blue is fading to brown. Very good bore and the gun is London prooved.
Stock No. 4637
A .31 Moore's teat fire revolver. There is a little rubbing to the original grips with the bronze frame retaining traces of original plating. The metal is to a grey patina. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4518
A good .32 rimfire Smith and Wesson Model 1½ retaining approximately 60% original finish and nearly all original varnish to grips. Overall length 8in. Barrel length 3½in.
Stock No. 4475