Beautiful Cased Colt London Navy, U.S America barrel address. Manufactured approximately 1863. Numbers all match. Cylinder safety pins are mostly intact. Cylinder scene is perfect. Blue is excellent. Grips have 99% original varnish. Gun has 95-97% case colors. Case is about excellent with blue original lining. Colts patent mold is excellent. Case has the correct large Cap Can. The English “Bas”...
Colt 1861 Navy revolver. Made in 1863. Very fine condition. Colt 1861 Navy revolvers are hard to find in nice condition. Barrel has 95% of the original finish. Frame has excellent case colors. Cylinder even has excellent finish. Grips have all of the original varnish. Gun is all matching. A very fine piece!
Colt 1861 Navy revolver. Scarce model, U.S. Martially inspected. Bore is very good. Action works perfectly. All matching except wedge. All parts are U.S. inspected with letters “L”, “C”, and “S”. Nice sharp gun for a 61 Navy U.S. issue!
Colt 1861 Navy .36 caliber revolver. Made in 1862 with a 7½” barrel. Gun is all matching. Markings are nice and sharp. Barrel has a gray patina, frame looks to be refinished. Cylinder scene is partially visible.
Colt 1861 Navy .36 caliber revolver. All numbers are matching. Bore is fair with strong rifling. Action works perfectly. Grips are very good. On the cylinder the Colt’s patent and cylinder number are clear but no scene is visible. Smooth patina with no pits or abuse. This is a nice example of a well-cared for Civil War revolver.
Colt US Martial 1861 Navy revolver. Made in 1862. Sharp gun with a dark gray patina on the metal. Some of the cylinder scene is still present. Cartouches are still visible on the left hand side of the grips. Gun works perfectly and the gun is all matching. Very good example of the Martial Colt 1861 Navy which are scarce guns to start with!
Colt 1861 U.S. Navy Conversion. Gun has U.S.N. on the bottom of the butt and U.S. Naval Inspector initials under the barrel. R.W.M. and Anchor. These were a group of percussion revolvers returned to Colt for conversion. The frame is stamped with both the 1871/72 patent dates and the original Colt patents as well. In Bauce McDowells book, Colt Conversions and Other Percussion Revolvers, on page...
Colt 1861 Navy U.S. military issue. Serial # 1490 with factory letter. Gun has matching numbers. Gun has been re-patinated and has a very nice looking patina. Letter shows the gun shipped in 1861 to the U.S. Government Washington arsenal to Major G.D. Ramsay. Interestingly, this Martial 1861 has no Martial markings and no evidence of ever having any. Serial numbers are absolutely correct with...
Colt 1861 Navy .36 caliber revolver. Made in 1864. Gray brown patina on barrel frame and cylinder scene. Nice sharp grips. Grips are slightly oversized on the front strap and undersized on the back strap. Gun works perfectly.
Colt 1861 Navy Conversion of the Richards-Mason type. Serial number 32XXX. This is a civilian pistol sent to Colt for conversion. Bore is very good. Action works perfectly. Grips are very good with about 70% original varnish. Gun has about 90-94% original nickel. This is a very handsome model with very pleasing lines.
Colt 1861 Navy revolver. Factory engraved by Gustave Young in the running vine pattern. Silver plated with gold plated rammer and cylinder. Carved and checkered Mexican eagle and snake ivory grips. Serial number 18185 E. "E" indicates engraved. All matching numbers with very good cylinder scene. A very handsome revolver with great looks that Colt collectors love to see.