Factory engraved ivory handle Colt Model 1861 revolver.
Sold at Auction: $6,612.50
Extremely rare Japanese Nambu semi automatic pistol with detachable stock, which also doubles as a holster. World War II.
Sold at Auction: $19,500
A fine silver and brass mounted flintlock blunderbuss originating from Turkey. Signed “Work of Darwish Amrallah”, produced for the bodyguard of Ottoman Emperor Selim III, early 19th century.
Sold at Auction: £34,800 (US$ 59,530)
Rare cased and engraved Jarre ten shot percussion harmonica pistol, made in Paris, mid 19th century.
Sold at Auction: € 10,000
Al Capone’s Second Model Harrington and Richardson break top double action revolver.
Estimated Value: $15,000 - $20,000
Rare Vickers-Armstrong Pedersen Self Loading Rifle, produced in the UK circa 1932.
Estimated Value: $16,000 - $22,500
Rare cased Smith and Wesson Model 320 revolving rifle. Includes engraved stock with ivory grips and forearm.
Estimated Value: $8,000 - $10,000
A gold and silver plated miquelet pistol originating from the Caucuses, 19th century.
Sold at Auction: £7,500 ($11,888)
Extremely rare factory engraved Colt Bisley with pearl grips and period holster.
Sold at Auction: $54,625
Rare deluxe engraved Whitney Kennedy lever action rifle, circa 1879 - 1886. This particular model is chambered for .44 WCF, of which only three were made.
Estimated Value; $25,000 - $35,000
Extremely rare cased and engraved Colt Paterson revolver, mid 19th century.
Sold at Auction: $517,500
The only known cased and engraved Colt Model 1902 semi automatic pistol. Engraving by master engraver Cuno Helfricht.
Estimated Value: $80,000 - $125,000
An engraved Colt Model 1878 Sheriff’s Model revolver decorated by master engraver Gustave Young, late 19th century.
Sold at Auction: $40,000