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  • Cased London Colt 1851 Navy Percussion Revolver with Accessories

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    Cased London Colt 1851 Navy Percussion Revolver with Accessories - Inventory Number: HAN 267

    Manufactured at the Colt London Factory in 1855 in standard configuration with 7 - 1/2" octagon barrel in .36 caliber, screw-in cone front sight, Colt London barrel address, and hammer notch rear sight. Cylinder is roll die engraved with the famous Naval Engagement cylinder scene, depicting the Texas Navy battling the Mexican Navy in the Battle of Campeche in May of 1843, Blued iron trigger guard and backstrap mounted with 1 piece varnished walnut grips. English proof and view markings on left flat of barrel, and on each chamber of cylinder. Matching serial numbers observed on rammer, wedge, barrel, cylinder arbor, cylinder, frame, trigger guard, and butt. Housed in an English Colt factory partitioned case lined with blue velvet. Accessories inside of case include an Eley Bros. cap tin, a Colt marked bullet mold, and "L" shaped nipple wrench/turnscrew combination tool, cleaning rod, Dixon and Sons marked oiler, and Hawksley powder flask. CONDITION: Excellent, with a large amounts of the original bluing remaining with light edge wear, handling marks, and oxidation throughout. Rammer and frame retain bright traces of original case colors, with the majority being faded to a gray patina. Cylinder scene is crisp. Cylinder safety pins have been worn away. Wedge shows tool marks from past attempts at disassembly. Grips are very good with a vast majority of their original finish remaining with edge wear and handling marks throughout. Bore is overall bright with areas of heavy abrasion from period use and crisp rifling. Case is very good with handling marks and interior of lid being refurbished.

    Manufacturer: Colt

    Model: 1851 Navy

    Serial No. 40271

    Caliber Bore: .36 Percussion

    Barrel Length: 7 - 1/2"


    Inventory Number: HAN 267