Battle of Britain proofed on top left side of back strap as shown on page 185 of Kopec, et al, A Study of the Colt Single Action Army Revolver, .45 caliber, 5 ½ inch barrel, mint condition as new, unturned cylinder, beautiful case hardening, serial number 357,143, this exact serial noted on page 182 in […]
Late second generation, very rare, one of only 4 made in .41 Magnum caliber. According to past Colt Factory Historian Marty Huber, the factory did not warrant the standard frame in two modern powerful calibers, the .41 & .44 magnum calibers although these calibers were available in the New Frontier which had a beefier top […]
This year’s “Gunslingers Magazine 2014” Special Edition by Gun World features several articles by Kurt House.
5 ½” barrel with single line Hartford address. 1906 Manufacture. 95% condition gun. $6995
1 and 5/16 inch stamped nickel badge Circa 1920-1930 $450
1 and 3/4 inch stamped nickel shield. Circa 1890 This badge goes along with Colt SAA Cathey .44.
Gun belt & holster, a complete “rig”, if you will, for large cartridges .44 or .45 caliber, some loops broken, nice holster with nickel studs, the belt is a money belt, both holster & belt unmarked, circa 1930. $795
Great nickel badge, Deputy Sheriff, with hallmark “Krebs Bros. Stamp Works, Portland, Oregon”, traditional five pointed star with ball tips, old style pin on reverse has been re-soldered, circa 1900-1920.
Merwin & Hulbert single action first model revolver, about 60% original nickel remaining, early humpback hammer and scarce red & black mottled grips, .44-40 caliber, scalloped flutes, Serial #3941. $3500
Drilling, 16 gauge and about .30 caliber, the property of prominent San Antonio, Texas, citizen F. M. Hicks, marked “Charles Hummel & Son, San Antonio, Texas” whose shop was on Commerce Street from about 1870-1920. From daughter’s estate, complete with notebook of information & provenance. In 1882 Hummel testified at the trial of Ben Thompson […]