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A Presentation Model 1862 Police and Pocket Navy Conversion Revolver . Circa 1873-1880; serial number 23773E Owner: scout Captain Cyrus McNeeley Scott Inscribed: C.M. Scott Manufacturer: Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company Engraver: Louis D. Nimschke, "THIS GUN HAS A TIFFANY & COMPANY GRIP"

A Presentation Model 1862 Police and Pocket Navy Conversion Revolver . Circa serial number Owner: scout Captain Cyrus McNeeley Scott Inscribed: C. Scott Manufacturer: Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company Engraver: Louis D.

Engraved Pistol

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Circa serial number 4974 Manufacturer: Colt's Patent Fire Arms with Tiffany grip, Manufacturing Company Engraver: Louis D.

Smith and Wesson .44 New Model No. 3 Single-Action Revolver, serial no. 25120  Smith & Wesson (American, established 1852)  Decorator: Tiffany & Co. (American, established 1837) Date: ca. 1888

Smith and Wesson New Model No. 3 Single-Action Revolver, serial no. 25120 Smith & Wesson (American, established Decorator: Tiffany & Co. (American, established Date: ca. Very handy.

Beautiful 1911

A magnificent Terry Tussey custom 45 auto fabricated from a Caspian Arms frame and slide. When finished, master engraver Eric Gold, who also carved the superb ivory grips, marvelously engraved the gun. This gun is a superb example of the engraver’s art.

Smith & Wesson 1st Model Schofield model 1875

Only known Smith & Wesson Model Schofield model, ivory grips single action revolver manufactured for U. government in 1875 only about 3000 produced.

Lancaster, who manufactured four barrel rifles, pistols, and shotguns, produced this .440 bore or 28 gauge piece offering double the firepower of a standard side-by-side.  Charles Lancaster started as a barrel maker in London's Drury Lane in 1811, producing barrels for Joseph Manton and others.  By 1826, his firm had moved to 151 New Bond Street and had received a royal appointment to Albert the Prince Consort.

Lancaster, who manufactured four barrel rifles, pistols, and shotguns, produced this bore or 28 gauge piece offering double the firepower of a standard side-by-side. Charles Lancaster started as a barrel maker in London’s Drury Lane in producin

A rare factory engraved and 'Tiffany' gripped Colt Model 1862 Police conversion revolver

A rare factory engraved and 'Tiffany' gripped Colt Model 1862 Police conversion revolver A new Pistol for Sunrise Gibson (added by Kaprathian)

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