Colt SAA, #352,275, 5 1/2″, .38 WCF (.38-40) caliber, 90% original blue & case hardening, standard hard rubber grips, shipped to Texas Ranger William Harding and so recorded in Colt factory letter, blue, all features verified in letter, $8500
Colt Model 1909, .45 ACP caliber, standard sidearm in WWI, about 80% bright blue, remainder fading, lanyard, all original, $800 This item has been sold.
Forehand & Wadsworth New Model Army, .44 S&W caliber, rare gun in blue, 6 inch barrel, about 30% blue, even patina, unaltered, with lanyard, nice walnut grips, a scarce Peacemaker rival with less than 2000 made, $3600 This item has been sold.
Colt 1862 Conversion, Type 3, #5164, with rare 6 inch barrel and blue, nice original varnish on walnut grips, about 50% blue, manufactured about 1872, all markings legible, nice cylinder scene, $2500 This item has been sold.
Colt Model 1877 Double Action “Thunderer”, #87,316 With desirable 6″ barrel, .41 caliber, about 85% blue & case, very nice gun, sharp and all markings clear, shipped to Simmons Hardware “August 1892”, 2 gun shipment so is antique. Hard rubber grips, factory letter confirms all features and is worth $125 itself! $2800
Colt SAA Factory Engraved, nickel, 4 3/4″ barrel .45 caliber in about 98% original factory condition, serial #334,044, carved steerhead (right side) medallion pearl grips with NO chips! All features on this amazing gun verified by factory letter. Shipped to Praeger Hardware, San Antonio, Texas on December 7, 1916 in 2 gun shipment. Wish I […]
Colt SAA U. S. Revolver, “RAC” inspected, serial #140,256 .45 caliber, 7 1/2″ barrel, standard Army oiled wood grips with all markings sharp & clear, about a 90% gun, still showing the grip cartouches “1891” date and Stephen Blount, etc. inspector on left side, RAC on butt, trigger guard, frame, etc. These RAC guns have […]
Colt Army Special Model Revolver from the Colt Factory Archives Collection Recently dispersed by the ailing Colt Company. Serial #443,018 (1919 production), .38 caliber, 6″ barrel, very rare blued with original factory unfinished “in-the-white” frame, probably the only one in existence! Regular hard rubber grips, all features verified by factory letter (shown) with Colt supplied […]
Dance Brothers Revolver .44 caliber (Army), percussion, serial number 38, 8″ barrel, a very rare Confederate Texas produced revolver, with only about 350 made a Columbia, Texas during the Civil War. One of the most highly desirable weapons of the Civil War, this low numbered gun was featured on the cover of the Texas […]
Colt Police Positive Special, #104,243 Early production (1914) in rare factory nickel, .32-20 caliber, 5” barrel, about 98% condition with only minor flaking in lower back strap area, an unusual little gun, FFL required, Price $875