English percussion bar hammer  42 cal pistol

English percussion bar hammer 42 cal pistol

English percussion bar hammer 40 cal transition pistol An early example of the English transition revolver circa 1850 This pistolĀ  appears to be the work of Richard Cutler & Son, Birmingham gunmakers from 1848-1858 at 26 Weaman Street. The barrel is engraved...
English percussion travelling pistol by Gibbs

English percussion travelling pistol by Gibbs

An English officer’s percussion pistol by J & G Gibbs Probably once of a pair, this elegant and finely detailed British officer’s pistol was typical of those carried in the early Victorian era.The British officer who carried this pistol was likely of...
English Cased Percussion Pair by Cogswell, London

English Cased Percussion Pair by Cogswell, London

A Fine English Cased Percussion Pair by Cogswell, London An elegant pair of pistols made by B Cogswell of 224 The Strand, London around 1850 for an English gentleman. The Cogswell name is a distinguished London gunmaking family that survives today from May 1770 as...
French Cased Percussion Pair by Firmin, Paris

French Cased Percussion Pair by Firmin, Paris

French Cased Percussion Pair by Firmin, Paris A stunning pair of ebony-stocked 19th Century gentleman’s pistols with fully complemented accessories by a gunmaker to Napoleon III. This pair was made in the mid 19th Century by gunmaker to Napoelon III, Firmin FP,...
US Henry Aston M1842 Percussion Pistol

US Henry Aston M1842 Percussion Pistol

US Military 1851 H. Aston Percussion Pistol Short Description. The U.S. Model 1842 Percussion Pistol was manufactured by Henry Aston of Middletown, Connecticut in 1851. Henry Aston manufactured approximately 6000 1842 pistols between 1851-1852 for the Ordnance...