Gold decorated Japanese matchlock pistol, 18th or 19th century.
Sold at Auction: £4,375 ($9,157)
Rare Wesson and Leavitt percussion revolving rifle, serial number 16, mid 19th century.
$25,000 - $35,000
Ornate pair of gold and silver decorated flintlock pistols originating from Turkey, 18th century.
Sold at Auction: $9,560
An engraved and decorated single shot sporting rifle crafted by Johann Springer of Vienna, mid 19th century.
Originally the rifle was a gift from Austro-Hungarian Emperor Franz Joseph I to his son Crown Prince Rudolph. Prince Rudolph would later gift the rifle to an Austrian nobleman named Franz von Nassau. After World War II it was brought to the United States as a war trophy by an American officer.
Estimated Value: $20,000 - $40,000
An elaborately decorated wheel-lock tschinke musket originating from Silesia (southwestern Poland), circa 1630.
Sold at Auction: $19,000
An all original Winchester Model 1890 pump action rifle with colorful case hardened action.
Estimated Value: $22,500 - $35,000
A heavily engraved and chiseled percussion muzzleloading rifle crafted by Giacomo Rinzi of Milan, circa 1834.
Estimated Value: $100,000 - $150,000
A bone decorated wheel-lock pistol originating from Augsberg, Germany circa 1560.
Estimated Value: £18,000 - £24,000
Rare Spanish American War Colt Model 1897 Gatling gun with original carriage.
Estimated Value: $110,000 - $160,000
A set of Scottish flintlock pistols crafted by John Campbell of Doune. Late 18th century.
Sold at Auction: £9,375 ($14,475)
Engraved and gold inlaid North American Special Smith and Wession .357 revolver.
Sold at Auction: $8,500