This is a 1/3 scale Elgin cutlass pistol by an
unknown maker. 4 9/16" long overall with a 1 1/8" barrel of .124 caliber, and a blade of 2 13/16".
Finished in the white. One piece walnut grip. Functional action.
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This is an outstanding
2/5 scale percussion boxlock percussion pistol with screw off Damascus barrel, drop trigger, and wonderful fluted grips by
master miniature maker Ron DeWalt. 3 1/16" long overall with a 1 3/16" smoothbore barrel. The finish
looks to be a French Gray. The frame and upper tang tastefully but modestly engraved. Beautiful French walnut
fluted grips with matching sculpted grip cap. Very well made and one of the neatest DeWalts I've ever seen. Complete
with the original DeWalt class topped walnut casing. Accessories include a nice brass bodied bag type powder flask,
a brass two piece lift top cap box with pebble grain inserted leather top, and a great Damascus blade double edged knife.
The knife measures 2 15/32" long overall with a 1 1/2" blade, has a nickel silver guard and ivory scales
held by nickel silver rivets. The case interior French fit with red silk lining and a black corded border.
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Price: !!!!!SALE!!!!! $1,750.00
This is not a true miniature, but is rather a small full sized antique pocket or muff pistol made by reknown miniature
maker John Maycock of England. Scroll engraved brass frame. Engraved brass grip showing flags, shields, and drums.
Center hammer percussion action with fixed (as in non-folding) trigger. Fire blued fluted screw off barrel measures
15/16" long and is about .22 caliber. Overall length is 3 3/8". Engraved charcoal blue hammer with scales
and eyes looks like a fish. Nicely cased in a walnut casing with an engraved push button latch and olive felt lining.
Accessories include a ivory cap box, an ebony and brass powder flask, and an ivory handled steel bullet mold with sprue
cutter. Additional photos available upon request.
Here is a neat 1/2 scale Colt No. 1 derringer made by master miniature maker Daniel Osterman of Oregon.
2 1/2" long overall with a 1 1/16" long rifled barrel. Nicely engraved on the barrel, frame, and sideplate
and with three oval checkered panels, one on each side of the grip and one at the rear of the grip. No serial number
as this is one of the last ones he made and he only numbered the first 50. The butt marked D.E.O.+. The top of
the barrel with the proper Colt barrel address. Checkered hammer spur with the sighting notch. Complete with the
original Osterman manilla cardboard lift top box with exterior lid label and walnut block insert.
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This is a wonderful true antique 19th century miniature percussion muff pistol.
1 15/16" long overall with a 13/16" barrel with a square bore. These not only will shoot, but were commonly
used as pocket watch keys. Nickel plated finish, modestly engraved, with great ivory grips. Has both half
cock and full cock on the hammer. Presentation cased in a nice dark brown gutta percha case which may be a
reproduction. The interior bottom of a dark blue velvet, the interior lid of burgundy velvet. The trigger
has a loop where it could be attached to a watch chain. Excellent condition. The bottom tang with a bit of corrosion,
otherwise excellent condition.
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is a pair of Berloque 2mm pinfire "Little Atom" cufflinks, made in Japan. These have impressed simulated
checkering on both sides of the grips. Marked Japan on the left sides. The barrels vent out the bottom
of the barrel. These are referred to as J3d, Little Atom with loops, in Bob Urso's book "The Tiniest Guns".
1.75" long overall with a .5786" barrel. These show very minor evidence of having been
fired, but are still in near mint condition.
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This is a great pair of 1/3 scale Colt number 3 derringers by master miniature maker David Kucer of Montreal,
Canada. 1 5/8" long overall with a 23/32" long rifled barrel. Fully functional including the ejector.
Brass frames, blue barrels and barrel pivot screws with nickel silver front sights, dark walnut grips. The barrels marked
COLT on top and both have the numbre 1 stamped int the bottom. One has a blue trigger with polished sides, the other
trigger finished bright. The rest of the screws and both hammers finished bright. Cased in a nice walnut lift
top casing with a russet red velour lining.
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|This is a 1/4 scale percussion
French Model 1822 martial pistol by an unknown maker. 2.8" long overall with a 1.6" smoothbore barrel of .13
caliber. The lock assembly, barrel, backstrap, lower tang, and ramrod are steel finished in the white. the triggerguard,
buttcap, nosecap, and sideplate are yellow brass. Functional action and the barrel is drilled through to the nipple.
One piece straight grain walnut stock. Includes a nice hinged top maple casing with push button latch. The interior
French for in red velour with black edging. Also includes an absolutely wonderful 14K gold adjustable powder flash.
There is a recess in the case for what I am sure was the matching 14K gold bullet mold with sprue cutter, but alas, it has
been lost with the years. The mold is a masterpiece of much higher quality in my opinion than the pistol, and I'm am
sure it is by a different maker. There is also a small lidded empty corner compartment in the case. If you have
the mold that fits this case, I'd sure like to buy it!
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This is a matched pair of the smallest antique
miniature screw barrel drop trigger muff pistols that I have ever seen. Measuring only a diminutive 1.45" long
overall, the barrels measure .411" long and have a bore diameter of only .063 caliber. These have
the square bore at the muzzle so they can be unscrewed with a proper square wrench and also so they can be used to wind the
old antique key wind pocket watches. Both are gold plated, un-engraved, and have one piece ivory grips. Both have
a hanging ring on the rear tang behind the hammer. Both have fluted barrels. Both are mechanically perfect, and
I would rate the pair at 95% original condition, both showing only minor wear to the gold plating at the sharp edges.
Includes a period walnut casing with sterling silver eagle flask. The case with silver hinges and clasp. I have
seen one other of these that might have been this small, and he wanted what I want for the pair for his single. Maybe
a once in a lifetime opportunity to get such a small pair in such pristine condition!
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This is a cast bronze reproduction of a 17th
century toy pistol that was found in the Thames river many years ago. This was cast from an original that was in the
Jerry Tralins collection. 2 7/8" long. Stock photo, yours may look slightly different.
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