Colt 1878 double action revolver in .476 calibre

Only 2,458 made in this calibre.      This gun is in immaculate condition, appears to be unfired, with an amazing provenance.  Original owner was Capt. G. Makin of King’s Royal Rifles who during the Boar War received the QSA with 3 clasps for the defence of Ladysmith, Laing’s Nek and Transvaal.  The revolver is in it’s original leather travelling case, and was retailed by Wilkinson Sword Company.  Includes Colt factory letter.  Section 7(1)/7(3)

Price: £6,000

Colt Army Special .32-20 calibre

6″ Barrel.  Manufactured 1923.  Good bore and mechanically sound.  Good overall condition.  Approx. 85% original finish. Section 7(3)

Price: £700

Smith & Wesson Hand Ejector .455 calibre

61/2″ Barrel.  This gun is in mint condition throughout.  Mechanically sound.  Looks as though it may never have been fired.  It has spent most of it’s life in an RAF museum.  Section7(1)/7(3) 

Price: £1,100

Smith & Wesson Triple Lock .455 calibre

6 1/2″ Barrel.  A rare and much sought after pistol.  Bore excellent, mechanically sound.  95% original finish.  Shows some signs of use.  Section 7(1)/7(3)

Price: £1,550

Broom Handle Mauser calibre 7.63mm

All matching numbers including shoulder stock/holster.  Shoulder stock/holster has cracks in the usual places (see pictures).  Gun shows signs of holster wear.  Approx 70% original finish.  Year of manufacture approx. 1911.  Section 7(1)/7(3)

Price: £1,150

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