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This exact set is featured on page 20 of the book "The Art of Miniature Firearms, Centuries of Craftsmanship".  A copy of the book is included in the sale. Winner of NRA Silver Medal # 13, this is the finest David Kucer cased set of miniature firearms on the planet, bar none! A pair of Colt percussion revolvers in 1/3 scale including a 1851 Navy and a 1860 Army, is presented as a cased pair with accessories. Both revolvers, and the detachable shoulder stock, were engraved, in the most intricate detail imaginable, and 22 karat gold wire border inlaid, by master engraver Roger Sampson. I will be adding much more detailed information about this set soon. If you only collect "The Best", then this is the set for you!

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This is a 1/3 scale percussion Colt 1849 pocket model five shot revolver by master miniature makers David & Zavie Kucer of Canada.  3 5/8" long overall with a 1 15/16" long octagon barrel of about .098 caliber.  Blue and case colored finish.  The triggerguard and backstrap are silver plated.  The top flat of the barrel engraved with the prober Colt barrel address.  The left side of the frame marked Colt's Patent.  Serial # 6 stamped into the frame, barrel, triggerguard, ands backstrap.  D. Kucer stamped into the bottom of the barrel which is hidden by the loading lever when in the normal locked position.  The cylinder expertly photo etched with the Ormsby Stagecoach Holdup scene, the detail so fine magnification must be used to appreciate it!  Checkered hammer spur.  100% fully functional.  Complete with the original Kucer maple lift top casing with four magnetic latches.  Accessories include a brass two cavity mold without sprue cutter, a copper bodied powder flask with embossed eagle and stars, a brass cap tin with blue Eley label, and a combination screwdriver nipple wrench.  The case interior bottom English fit in burgundy felt.  The case interior lid padded and lined in a white silk with black Kucer crest.  The case lid with an inlaid silver oval Kucer crest.  The maple case protected by a stringray and leather zipper pouch.  Also included is a new Kucer book, a photocopy of an article about the stagecoach holdup scene, and a great framed and matted print of the stagecoach holdup scene.

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Price:  $8,500.00

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!!!!!SALE!!!!! 

This is a 2/5 scale miniature Colt 1860 Army revolver made by master miniature maker David Kucer over 40 years ago.  5 9/16" long overall with a 3 5/32" barrel of .17 caliber.  Blued steel barrel, cylinder, hammer, trigger, wedge, and screws; the hammer and trigger with the sides polished in the white.  Checkered hammer spur and loading lever release.  Case colored frame, loading lever, loading rammer, Brass triggerguard and backstrap.  One piece bone grips.  Serial number 2 stamped into the bottom of the barrel, frame, triggerguard, and backstrap.  D.KUCER stamped into the bottom of the backstrap.  100% fully functional.  Complete with the original Kucer hinged top key lock walnut casing.  The front right corner of the top inlaid with the Kucer family coat of arms crest.  The corners of the casing finger jointed.  The interior English fit with a dust ledge, and lined in a dark red velour.  Accessories include a Kucer copper bodied flask with brass top & spout.  One side embossed with a scene of a cannon with flags, crossed rifles, etc.  Also includes a Kucer brass two leg bullet mold with steel sprue cutter which is finished in the white.  The mold cast both a round and a conical ball. A copper cap tin with a white paper Eley Brothers label with black print, and the case key finish off the set.  Condition is excellent.  99% blue and case colored finish, except the hammer edges are starting to turn a plum red/brown.  There is some discoloration of the ivory where it meets the frame, but I believe this to be original.  The brass with a deep dark patina except there is a spot of discoloration on the backstrap which looks to be something coating the brass that kept it from tarnishing.  The interior case lining shows some staining, probably from excess oil.

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Price:  !!!!!SALE!!!!!  $2,500.00

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This is a superb 1/3 scale side by side double barrel Queen Anne percussion pistol by master miniature maker David Kucer of Montreal, Canada.  2 3/64" long overall with 35/64" screw off barrels.  Brass bag style grip and brass triggerguard.  All steel parts finished in a beautiful bright charcoal blue.  Fully functional with crisp locks.  The maker's name stamped into the top of the frame between the hammers.  Nicely cased in an ebony case with silver wire inlaid border on the top.   The case with hinged lid, magnetic locks, and a sterling silver Kucer logo medallion inset into the front right corner of the top.  Accessories include a great copper bodied powder flask, a brass handled steel cleaning/ram rod, a great combination bullet mold, barrel wrench, nipple wrench with sprue cutter, and a brass cap box.  The interior bottom French fit with a burgundy velour.  The lid lined with white silk with the Kucer double lion logo, marked D. Kucer, Montreal, Que., in two lines.

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Price:  $3,500.00 

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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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 Price: $3,500.00

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This is a 1/3 scale Remington Elliott 5 shot .22 caliber rim fire ring trigger derringer made by master miniature maker David Kucer of Canada.  1 5/8" long overall with a 1" barrel group.  The barrels are indeed rifled!  All steel parts are finished in the white.  Nice two piece mother of pearl grips.  This is a fixed barrel pepperbox with a rotating firing pin similar to the Sharps 4 barrel derringers.  Fully functional of course.  Serial # 14.  Cased in a neat sterling silver hinged top casing with push button latch.  The interior French fit and lined with a dark red velour. 

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Price: $4,000.00

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This is a 1/3 scale miniature Colt single action army "Sheriff's Model" revolver made by master miniaturists David and Zavie Kucer of Canada.  3" long overall with a 1 1/16" rifled barrel of .146 caliber.  Casecolored frame, the balance of the parts a high polish blue.  The sides of the hammer polished in the white.  Beautiful highly figured two piece walnut grips with yellow brass screw escutcheons.  The left side of the barrel properly marked "COLTS PT. F.A. Co., HARTFORD, CT. USA" in two lines.  The left front of the frame marked with the standard three patent dates.  Serial number 5 stamped into the bottom of the frame, triggerguard, and backstrap, and also on the rear of the cylinder.  Fully functional with both half and full cock, and the correct four clicks when the hammer is cocked.  Complete with the original Kucer walnut lift top casing with magnetic closures.  The interior bottom French fit in a medium green velour.  The interior top is padded, lined in white silk, and marked in black with the Kucer family coat of arms.  The top of the lid has inlaid silver corners and a silver oval inlay of the Kucer family coat of arms.  Mint new condition.

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Price:  $3,500.00

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This is a 1/3 scale Remington New Model Army percussion six shot revolver cased with accessories by master miniature maker David Kucer of Montreal, Canada.  4 5/16" long overall with a 2 7/16" barrel.  Blue finish with the hammer and trigger finished in the white.  Yellow brass triggerguard with a nice patina.  Nickel silver cone type front sight dovetailed into the barrel.  The top of the barrel marked with the proper Remington barrel address.  The bottom of the barrel marked D.KUCER just behind the muzzle.  The top of the loading lever, which is hidden when the lever is up, is marked 01.  Two piece nicely figured dark walnut grips with blue screw and brass screw escutcheons.  Complete with the original walnut and ebony hinged top casing with checkered silver push button latch.  The interior bottom English fit and lined in a russett red felt.  The interior lidd padded and lined in russett silk with the Kucer coat of arms printed in black.  The top right front of the lid in adorned with an oval silver medallion with the Kucer coat of arms.  Accessories include a powder flask, a bullet mold, a combination nipple wrench/screwdriver, a brass cap tin with paper label, and some lead balls.  The powder flask body is made of two pieces of embossed sheet copper soldered together with a brass top, lever & spout, and a steel spring.  The sides of the flask depicting the typical remington theme of two birds near the top and a lying dog near the bottom.  The bullet mold with sprue cutter is made of steel, finished in the white, and cast both a round and a conical ball.  The nipple wrench is blued.  100% fully functional and mint new condition.  This is one of my favorite Kucer pieces! 

Stock # LC-2, Price reduced $5,000.00

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This is a great walnut contemporary type casing for the 47% scale Colt 1851 navy, 1860 army, and 1861 navy revolvers as made by Uberti or the United States Historical Society.  These cases were made by master miniature makers David and Zavie Kucer in Canada.  The cases measures 7 3/4" X 1 5/8" X 1 1/4".  Straight grained walnut, full length brass hinge, magnetic closure.  The cases are English fit with a russett velour lining on the interior bottom and a padded russett silk interior lid.  The corners are mitered and splined just as a typical antique Colt casing would be.  A great accessory for your Uberti or United States Historical Society 47% scale Colt percussion revolvers.  Miniature Colts and accessories available seperately.

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Price:  $225.00

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This is a neat 1/3 scale Belgian combination knife and pinfire revolver.  4 1/8" long overall with a 1 5/16" barrel and a 2 1/2" knife blade.  The finish is nickel plated with the exception of the cylinder, ejector rod, and screws which are blued, and the hammer & trigger which are case hardened.  Brass bead front sight.  Gorgeous two piece mother of pearl grips.  Marked with the number 5 on the bottom of the barrel lug just behind the knife blade.  The revolver is double action and has a folding trigger.  Cased in the original Kucer silver and rosewood hinged top casing with push button latch.  The interior bottom French fit with a burgundy lining.  The lid interior padded and lined with a white silk with the Kucer logo.  Great condition with just a little nickel flaking at the tip of the blade on the left side and some oil staining to the white silk lid lining.

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Price:  $4,000.00

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This is a 47% scale powder flask made by master miniature makers David and Zavie Kucer. 3 1/4" long overall, 1 5/8" wide, and 3/4" thick. The body of the flask is properly made from sheet copper that is stamped into shape in a pair of dies, then the two halves are soldered together. One side is embossed with a typical period scene of a cannon, flags, crossed rifles, and crossed pistols, the other side is plain. The top, lever, and spout are machined brass. The lever spring and the screws retaining thre top to the body are blued steel. Really superb quality and a great accessory to go with your Uberti or U.S. Historical Society percussion Colt 51 navy, 60 army, or 61 navy revolver.
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This is a 1/3 scale Colt bullet mold made by master miniature makers David and Zavie Kucer of Canada.  Brass legs with a steel sprue cutter.  The sprue cutter finished in the white.  Suitable for use with a Colt 1851 Navy, 1860 Army, or 1861 Navy in 1/3 scale.  This is a two cavity mold and it will cast one round ball and one conical bullet. 

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Price:  $200.00