Cased pair of ivory handled percussion pocket pistols, originates from Belgium, mid 19th century.
A pair of folding trigger pocket pistols crafted by Nicolas Noel Boutet celebrating Napoleon Bonaparte’s Egyptian campaign. Dating to 1804, these pistols were originally flintlock but converted to percussion later in Boutet’s life.
Cased and engraved Remington derringer with ivory grips, late 19th century.
Excellent condition Remington Elliot derringer, mid to late 19th century.
Factory engraved Sharps 2A four shot derringer with carved pearl grips featuring the Turkish Imperial Crest. Produced between 1859 and 1874.
Spanish made ”Le Novo” style folding pocket revolver, late 19th century.
Scarce “Little All Right Firearms Company” .22 caliber palm pistol.
Estimated Value: $1,400 - $2,250
Engraved Sharps breechloading pepperbox pistol, mid 19th century.
An engraved Kolb Baby Hammerless pocket revolver.
Colt Model 1908 pocket pistol engraved by William H. Gough, circa 1917.
Smith and Wesson Model 61 pocket pistol, produced in the 1960’s
Remington Type II derringer with pearl grips and original holster. Late 19th century.
A silver wire inlaid flintlock pocket pistol marked “LONDON”, 18th century.
Factory engraved gold plated Lilliput Model 1927 pocket pistol.
Sold at Auction: $5,500
An engraved percussion folding trigger pocket pistol signed “J. BEATTIE 205 REGENT STREET LONDON”, early to mid 19th century.