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PERCUSSION NAVY MODEL 1842 PISTOL PERCUSSION NAVY MODEL 1842 PISTOL
54 BP; Good bore, good stock, 6'' barrel, N.P. Ames manufacture with USN and 1845 date on the lock. Standard variation with the flat flush mounted lockplate. Brass fittings. The metal has worn to bright with some light-minor pitting on the barrel. The action works well. The walnut stock has old tight stress cracks on the right upper front ahead of the lockplate and another on the left flat at the screw.,    
C14863 $3,650.00
REMINGTON MARK III SIGNAL PISTOL REMINGTON MARK III SIGNAL PISTOL
10 Ga; 85% blue, very good bore, very good grips, 9'' barrel, Mfg. 1915 - 1918, Solid Brass frame with spur trigger. Walnut grips, Dull black finish on barrel, Markings are very Clear., Flaydermans pp 173, s/n 52xx   
D11677 $695.00
SPRINGFIELD 1855 PISTOL-CARBINE SPRINGFIELD 1855 PISTOL-CARBINE
58 Cal; good bore, good stock, 12'' barrel, Manufactured at the Springfield Armory, dated 1856. Original metal in the white, brass mounted walnut stock, complete with the walnut shoulder stock, brass buttplate tang marked "U.S.". Lock marked "U.S./SPRINGFIELD" at the front of the lockplate, the date 1856 at the rear, Maynard cap box cover is marked with the American Eagle and Sheild. The left side of the barrel is stamped with VP and eagles head proofs. The backstrap is stamped with the number "9" which was supposed to match a number on the stock, the stock is has the number "17" stamped on the bottom of the brass yoke so is not matching. Original swiveling ramrod, fixed front sight and two leaf rear sight. The metal has some scattered areas of light pitting, heavier at the bolster. The stock has a tight crack on the left side flat and a tiny crack on the right side of the forend between the band spring and nose cap. Mechanically fine, some light pitting in the bore. Antique,    
C22455 $3,415.00
STARR ARMS MODEL 1858 DA ARMY REVOLVER STARR ARMS MODEL 1858 DA ARMY REVOLVER
44 Cal; 40% blue, Good bore, good grips, 6'' barrel, Manufactured circa 1860. Original bright blue finish and one piece walnut grips. Double action revolver with 6-shot cylinder, round barrel and fixed sights. The grip is stamped with US inspector marks on both sides, the right side twice high and low. The revolver retains some of the bright blue finish on the barrel and lower part of the frame, with patina and some spotting in the areas of finish loss. The action is not working properly. Antique., s/n 176xx   
M5195 $1,595.00
STARR ARMS MODEL 1858 DA ARMY REVOLVER STARR ARMS MODEL 1858 DA ARMY REVOLVER
44 Cal; 70% blue, Good bore, good grips, 6'' barrel, Manufactured during the Civil War with most production acquired for military service. Original blue finish and smooth walnut grips. Many parts marked with a small inspector initial and both grips have an inspector cartouche. Stamped on the right side of the frame "STARR'S PATENT JAN. 15, 1856" and on the left side " STARR ARMS CO. NEW. YORK.". Mechanically fine. Antique., s/n 230xx   
Z24230 $2,795.00
STARR ARMS MODEL 1863 ARMY REVOLVER STARR ARMS MODEL 1863 ARMY REVOLVER
44 Cal; Good bore, good grips, 8'' barrel, Single action revolver manufactured 1863-1865. Original metal finish and one piece walnut grips. 6-shot cylinder with a round barrel and fixed sights. The grips have been lightly sanded, leaving a faint US inspector marking on the lower end of the left side only. The metal finish has turned patina overall with some spotting. The action is not working properly. Antique., s/n 292xx   
M5196 $1,595.00
U.S. 1842 PERCUSSION PISTOL U.S. 1842 PERCUSSION PISTOL
54 Cal; excellent bore, very good stock, 8.5'' barrel, Henry Aston & Co manufacture, marked on the lockplate forward of the hammer "U.S./H.ASTON & CO" and at the back of the lockplate "MIDDtn/CONN/1851". Original bright metal, walnut stock with brass mounts. Stamped over the left side of the barrel "US/LCR/P". The stock does not appear to have been sanded, however there is no visible inspector cartouche on the left side flat. There is a small "H" stamp near the back edge of the stock flat. The metal and brass has been cleaned in the past. Most markings remain clear and legible. Mechanically fine with a nice condition bore. Antique,    
C23665 $800.00
U.S. 1842 PERCUSSION PISTOL U.S. 1842 PERCUSSION PISTOL
54 Cal; fair bore, good stock, 8.5'' barrel, Manufactured by I.N Johnson after leaving H.Aston & Co. and setting up his own factory. Metal in the white with brass mounted walnut stock. Marked on the side of the lockplate forward of the hammer "US/I.N JOHNSON" and at the rear of the lockplate vertically "MIDDTN/CONN/1855". Top of tang is stamped "849". Top of barrel is stamped "NWP/P". Consignor notes state some parts aftermarket. The bore has some rust. The stock is overall good however there is a small crack on the left side between the barrel and upper tie plate screw. Mechanically fine with a crisp action. Antique,    
C29616 $2,000.00
U.S. 1842 PERCUSSION PISTOL U.S. 1842 PERCUSSION PISTOL
54 Cal; fair bore, good stock, 8.5'' barrel, Manufactured by H. Aston and dated 1849. Metal in the white, brass mounted walnut stock. The lock is marked in front of the hammer "US/H. ASTON", and vertically behind the hammer "MIDDTN/CONN./1849". The barrel and bolster have light pitting overall. The stock has been sanded. Mechanically fine. Antique,    
C29617 $700.00
US M1842 PERCUSSION PISTOL US M1842 PERCUSSION PISTOL
54 cal; Good bore, good stock, 8.5'' barrel, Manufactured by H.Aston in 1852. Very minor pitting scattered mostly around muzzle area on barrel. Brass furniture. Wood is cracked at grip area from rear brass tang forward. Wod appears to have been sanded long ago, removing any markings. Action works well. Nipple is a probable replacement. WN inspector initials on barrel.,    
M2974 $1,195.00

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