Very rare 2,5 "inch Round barrel Whitneyville spurt trigger revolver, fine condition
The revolver has the very rare 2.5” round barrel, lots of original blue finisch. cal. 22 short, non-fluted cylinder, wood grips, in overall excellent condition; From the Whitney family collection. Not for sale.
S&W Model No. 1, 2nd Issue Revolver, fine
This is one of the nicest First Model S&W' I've ever had. NRA Antique Fine Plus Overall! Early Civil War production! Barrel retain 60% plus bright original blue. The silver plating on the frame is 90% plus. Completely Untouched! Action is Perfect. Nice bore. Original rosewood grips retain 98% original varnish with no chips, cracks, or breaks. Not for sale.
Remington Elliot Five shot Derringer, Fine condition
This example is marked on the top of the barrel "MANUFACTURED BY E. REMINGTON & SONS. ILLION. N.Y./ELLIOTS' PATENTS. MAY 29. 1860-OCT. 1. 1861". Overall fine, 30% original blue finisch, rest smooth gray / brown patina. Fitted with fine smooth rosewood grips. Mechanically and bore are excellent. Very early and rare gentlemen pepperbox derringer in this condition. Not for sale.
A stunning example Remington Double Derringer, Model 3, ("Over & Under Derringer")
This example is stamped: "REMINGTON ARMS CO. ILION, N.Y.", one line address. Low 3 digit serial number puts this pistol's creation most likely in 1889. Manual slide ejector is fitted between the two barrels, and the hard black rubber grips are in very fine condition. Hinge is not cracked. Hammer, hinge screw, lever screw, lever and trigger all retain a generous amount of blue finish. The bores are "as new". The action is crisp, overall Excellent.! Collection MS Antique Firearms.
The Remington Model Double Derringer ("Over & Under Derringer"), one of the most recognized and famous firearms in the world. The Model 95 Double Derringer was designed by William Elliot of Remington, who had previously designed an entire series of popular and successful pocket pistols and derringers for the firm. The pistol was patented by Elliot and Remington in 1865, and went into production in 1866 through 1935!
Factory Deluxe Engraved Moore's 'Teat-fire' front-loading revolver in Original Case
Not for sale
Ithaca 12 Ga Hammerless Shotgun
Ithaca became famous for building firearms based on expired patents owned by Remington Arms. They also purchased patents from other firearm designers. In 1895 Emil Flues was granted Patent # 546,516, for a double barrel shotgun with only three moving parts per barrel. Ithaca bought the patent in 1907 and upgraded the design to allow for mass production. With the Flues designed Ithaca double, which became the best selling American double of all time with more than 223,000 produced between 1908 and 1926, Ithaca effectively drove Remington out of the double gun market. This is a very nice example of the Ithaca hammerless shotgun, 12 gauge, 30” Damascus barrels, checkered wood stocks, hard rubber butt pad. Not for sale.