Lot of four antique revolvers including:
1.) Deane and Adams Revolver - .456 caliber ball. 6" octagonal barrel length. SN: NSN. Double action only percussion revolver with a spurless hammer and fixed notch and blade sights. Blued metal finish with engravings to sides of frame. Checkered walnut grips. Features a fixed 5-shot cylinder.
2.) Smith & Wesson Model No. 2 Standard Army Tip Up - .32 rimfire long. 6" octagonal barrel length. SN: 72949. Single action break bottom revolver with a tip up barrel and notch and blade sights. Blued metal finish and plain walnut grips.
3.) Reproduction Spiller & Burr Revolver - About .36 caliber. 6" barrel length. SN: CS801. Single action percussion revolver with an octagonal barrel and 6-shot cylinder. Blued metal finish with a brass frame and plain walnut grips. Item appears to be an antiqued reproduction. Serial number markings and manufacturer marks appear to be in a different font style and different location when compared to authentic versions sold previously.
4.) Colt Pocket Model Revolver with Holster - .36 caliber. 5" barrel length. SN: Not visible. Single action percussion revolver with a fixed 5-shot cylinder. Blued metal finish with a case hardened finish to frame, and brass triggerguard. Plain wood grips. Includes a brown leather holster.
1.) Poor to fair. Bore is dark. There is moderate to heavy pitting to finish overall, with a dark grey-brown patina. Grips have considerable wear to checkering. Corrosion to percussion nipples and rear of cylinder. Cylinder is somewhat loose and timing is off. Action is still functional.
2.) Poor. Bore is dark. Finish has heavy pitting, scratching, and some surface oxidation overall. Tip-up barrel is missing screws to throat, separating barrel and frame from each other when item is tipped up to load cylinder. Spur hammer appears to be have been sheared off at some point. Wood grips have some losses and scratching. Hammer has a lot of resistance and is unable to be cocked, action does not appear to be functional.
3.) Fair. Bore appears dark. Finish has pitting, thinning, and some surface oxidation overall. Oxidation to percussion nipples.
4.) Poor. Bore is dark. Finish has heavy pitting and oxidation overall. Wood grips have darkened and have scratching to both. Holster has scratching and cracking overall.
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