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Revolver. An Italian Beretta revolver for Brazil. Cal. 22,

6 shot cylinder, wood grips. Good working order and

condition. With its certificate of deactivation.

£140 - £160


Revolver: A 6 shot .38 cal copy of the Colt Single Action

Army. Sidegate loading. Working order and good

condition. With certificate of deactivation.

£130 - £140


Revolver: A Belgian 6 shot. 9mm pinfire revolver. Action

a/f. Side ejector, sidegate missing, wooden two piece

grips. Lanyard ring missing. Octagonal barrel 5". Worth

restoring. Obsolete calibre. No licence required.

£140 - £160


Revolver: A Belgian pinfire pocket pistol cal .25mm.

Barrel 2.75. Home made trigger guard. Folding trigger

(lower part missing) Ejector rod absent. Plain wooden

grips. Action a/f. Worn overall. Sold as seen

£80 - £90


Revolver: A composite cased Colt Brevete .36 navy

revolver. Octagonal barrel 5.75. Faint Colt address and

spurious W/D mark. Heavily cleaned overall. Two piece

hardwood grips. Action in working order. In a modern

made up case with reproduction accessories including a

bullet mould, cleaning rod and screwdriver. Original

Joyce tin and old pistol flask plus key to brass bore gauge

case with distressing to lid. No licence required. a/f

£600 - £650


Revolver: A fine 6 shot, bar hammer, pepperbox pistol.

Top snap action. Barrels 3" Birmingham proved. Two

piece chequered walnut grips. Action, straps and

buttplate in acanthus engraved silver (?). Calibre .36.

Contained in its original mahogany fitted case (no key)

with the following accessories:- silver (hallmarked 1794)

bag shaped pistol flask, iron bullet mould (worn and

rusted) & silver (coloured?) cap box marked 'ELEYS


order and collectors grade condition.

£900 - £950


Revolver: A five shot .320 obsolete calibre pocket

revolver circa 1875. Fluted, floriate engraved cylinder,

sidegate loading, folding trigger, octagonal barrel 2". In

very good crisp working order and condition (double

action) chequered hand rubber grips. Frame marked

'320' with SN-5586. Frame and backstrap with maple

leaf (?) decoration. Good working order and condition.

In its small mahogany fitted case (no accessories or key).

Obsolete calibre, no licence required.

£200 - £250


Revolver: A good Colt 'Police Positive' .32 cal. Barrel 5".

Most original blued finish. Hartford address to barrel.

Serial no. dates it to 1919. Hard rubber grips. (small chip

to one grip)

£270 - £280


Revolver: A good Lefaucheux large military revolver

calibre 11mm. Barrel marked 'E. LEFAUCHEUX

BRTE SGDG A PARIS'. Frame marked 'LF-96392'.

Plain walnut grip. Single action, 6 shot pinfire (no licence

required). Action crisp and pistol tight. Nicely patinated

steel finish. Lanyard ring. Pistol circa 1860. Many of

these were used in the American Civil War. Sidegate

loading with sprung ejector rod. A collectors lot.

£370 - £380


Revolver: A good .32 cal Colt Police pocket, positive

service revolver. Serial number dates it to 1917. Barrel

3.5". Hard rubber grips (minor chip). Good working

order and condition with certificate of deactivation.

£270 - £280


Revolver: A good .44/40 calibre Remington Model

1875, 6 shot single action army pistol. Barrel 5.5" with

'E. Remington & Sons LYON N.Y USA' address.

Revolver dates c1879. Lanyard ring to butt. Grey metal

finish. Crisp working order. Two piece walnut grips. This

is the scarcest short barrelled model. Six shot fluted

cylinder. A genuine 'Wild West' Remington revolver.

Deactivated with certificate. An attractive revolver.

£650 - £700