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A Gustave Young engraved Colt Model 1849 Pocket percussion revolver, elephant ivory grips, U.S.A.

A Gustave Young engraved Colt Model 1849 Pocket percussion revolver, elephant ivory grips, U. For its size, it packed a wallop!

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A factory engraved Colt Model 1855 Root Type 2 side hammer percussion revolver, U.S.A. The Colt Model 1855 Sidehammer, also known as the Colt Root Revolver after engineer Elisha K. Root (1808–1865), was a cap & ball single-action pocket revolver used during the American Civil War and made by the Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company in two calibers: .28 and .31.  From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.:

A factory engraved Colt Model 1855 Root Type 2 side hammer percussion revolver…

Extremely Rare Historic "Tombstone" Colt Single Action Army Revolver with Samuel L. Hart markings and Spangenberg Tombstone, A.T. marked Loop Holster .

Extremely Rare Historic "Tombstone" Colt Single Action Army Revolver with Samuel L. Hart markings and Spangenberg Tombstone, A.

COLT MODEL 1851 REVOLVER: While most of the standard production run of the “Navy” Colt model came out of the Hartford factory with a 7.5 inch barrel, this c.1853-made engraved example with ivory grip panels is quite a bit shorter, coming in at just 4 inches. Custom presentation examples like this truncated Colt are extremely rare, but the small sideways “2” following the cylinder number may indicate that this revolver was one of a pair.

COLT MODEL 1851 REVOLVER: While most of the standard production run of the “Navy” Colt model came out of the Hartford factory with a 7.5 inch barrel, this c.1853-made engraved example with ivory grip panels is quite a bit shorter, coming in at just 4 inches. Custom presentation examples like this truncated Colt are extremely rare, but the small sideways “2” following the cylinder number may indicate that this revolver was one of a pair.

Size Comparison of Colt Percussion Revolvers: (top-to-bottom) Walker (1847), Dragoon (3rd Model - 1851), Navy (1851) and Police (1862)

Size Comparison of Colt Percussion Revolvers: (top-to-bottom) Walker Dragoon Model - Navy and Police

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