Please note that these items have not been graded. All terms used are for general purposes of description. We will be glad to provide, upon request, digital images of each item.
L) Model 1860 Colt Army .44 cal. that was manufactured in 1863. There is a lot of cylinder scene present. There are two cartouches present, one on each grip however light. Very nice action. Problem free. Well marked throughout. Five matching numbers......$2495.
M) Model 1860 Colt Army, Serial # 37xxx and is close to one identified to Co. I 1st Maryland Volunteer Cavalry. Year of production is 1862. All matching #s including wedge. Gray metal is smooth throughout. Some cylinder scene visible. Nice barrel address, Patent information on cylinder and "Colt's Patent" on frame. Tight action. Cocks and indexes well. Two cartouches on grips with one very light. Well maintained weapon.....$2250
N) Model 1860 Colt Army, Serial # 48xxx and is close to one identified to Co.H, 2nd West Virginia Vol. Cavalry. Date of manufacture is 1862. All matching numbers including the wedge. Cylinder scene visible with "Engaged 16 May 1843". Very nice action. Deep barrel address. Both grips are cartouched. Lots of sub inspector's marks. Finish is original and unpolished. Strong bore.....$2495
O) Model 1860 Colt Army serial # 39900. Year of production is 1862. Five matching numbers. Markings are all very nice and the cartouche is strong. Mechanically is super nice.....$2495
S) Model 1860 Colt Army Revolver four screw variety. All six matching numbers. 1861 manufacture. Low four digit serial number indicates early 1861 well within the time of Southern shipments (up until April 12th). The metal is a dark grey however splotchy. There is some pitting here and there, mainly on the cylinder. There is still quite a bit of cylinder scene present. Barrel to frame is tight. Smooth action and indexes perfectly. This serial number 2333 is only twenty digits away from one identified (#2353) to Company C. 22nd New York Vol. Cavalry.....$1995
AD)Model 1860 Colt Army, .44 caliber, two cartouches, 1862 manufacture, five matching numbers, serial # only twenty digits from one I'd to 3rd Co. Independent Ohio Cavalry, tight very good action, nice smooth finish......$2195
AW) Model 1860 Colt Army .44 caliber. Matching serial numbers on trigger guard, frame, barrel, cylinder, and back strap. Wedge is a period Colt and numbered. Custom brass rear sight is similar to ones occasionally seen on the Colt Baby Dragoons. Vast majority of cylinder scene present. Two cartouches. Serial number is in the range of the 2nd Kentucky Vol. Cav. and an 1863 production. Very nice piece.....$2450
BD) Model 1860 Colt Army revolver with lots of scene. Nice 1863 production.....$2250
BQ) Early 4-screw M1860 Colt 1862 manufacture, excellent grips, matching numbers (even the wedge), very good action and is tight. Inspector marks on iron backstrap, brass trigger guard. barrel and under the barrel. There are traces of the cylinder scene. As nice as all of this seems, the best is the early serial number 30954 which is only 4 digits from one identified to Company L, 5th Ohio Volunteer Cavalry giving you a 99% identification.....$1,995
Colt Army: BR) Model 1860 Colt Army .44. Serial #137530. 1863 manufacture. Matching #’s including the wedge. With inspector marks.....$1,650
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