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This is a 1/2 scale Remington .22 Long Rifle empty cartridge box made by Jerry Missimer.  The box measures 1 1/4" X 5/8" X 9/16".  It does not includes the interior slide out tray.

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 Price:  $15.00

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This is a 1/2 scale Remington .22 Long Rifle empty cartridge box made by me years ago when I worked for IMA.  The box measures 1 1/4" X 5/8" X 9/16".  It includes the interior slide out tray.

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 Price:  $20.00

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This is a 47% scale miniature Colt Single Action Army revolver model of 1873 with 4 3/4" barrel.  Also known as the "Peacemaker" and the "Frontier six Shooter".  Fully functional, but non-firing.  4 7/8" long overall with a 2 3/16" .21 caliber rifled barrel.  Made by Uberti in Italy and so marked on the underside of the barrel.  The caliber marking 45 CAL is stamped on the left rear side of the triggerguard, two patent dates stamped on the left front of the frame. The serial number 2351 is stamped on the frame & triggerguard.  351 is stamped into the backstrap.  51 is stamped into the loading gate.  Nickel finish.  Beautiful highly figured striped walnut grips with an oil finish.  Checkered hammer spur, the hammer having the typical 4 clicks like a full size Colt SAA.   Smokeless powder frame with the oval ejector rod button, a spring loaded plunger retaining the cylinder pin, and later style topstrap.  Mint condition.  Complete with a walnut hinged top casing with magnetic latches.  The interior French fit and lined in a russet felt.  The interior lid with the Colt SAA directions label.  Also includes 6 miniature solid brass dummy .45 Colt cartridges with WW .45 COLT headstamps.

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Price:  $850.00

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This is a 47% scale .45 Colt empty cartridge box by master miniature maker Larry H. Smith of Florida.  The lift top box measures 2 7/16" X 1 1/4" X 3/4" and is made of white cardboard.  The top label is a manilla color with black and red print.  Larry made these for some of the Uberti Colt SAA miniatures that he cased with accessories.  The box shows signs of tape removal on both long sides and evidence of a label removal on the inside of the lid.  This is the only one of these loose that I have ever been able to offer for sale.

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 Price:  $35.00

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This is a hinged top slide latch case only for one of the "Little 45" toy cap guns made by the American Miniature Gun & Cartridge Co. of Hollywood, Ca. circa 1956 - 1960.  Includes the original brass top lid escutcheon held in place by two round head brass screws ,and the original interior lid label.  Could easily be re-purposed for some other similar sized miniature pistol.

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Price:  $35.00


 


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  This is a 47% scale miniature Colt Single Action Army revolver model of 1873 with 4 3/4" barrel.  Also known as the "Peacemaker" and the "Frontier six Shooter".  Fully functional, but non-firing.  4 7/8" long overall with a 2 3/16" .21 caliber rifled barrel.  Made by Uberti in Italy and so marked on the underside of the barrel.  The caliber marking 45 CAL is stamped on the left rear side of the triggerguard, two patent dates stamped on the left front of the frame. The serial number 1902 is stamped on the frame & triggerguard.  902 is stamped into the backstrap.  2 is stamped into the loading gate.  Blue and case colored finish with really nice case colors!  Beautiful highly figured dark burl walnut grips with an oil finish.  Checkered hammer spur, the hammer having the typical 4 clicks like a full size Colt SAA.  Black powder frame with the round "Bullseye" ejector rod button, a screw retaining the cylinder pin, and early "Pinched Frame" topstrap.  Mint condition except for a couple of tiny blemishes on the side of the ejector rod housing.  Complete with a walnut hinged top key lock casing.  The interior English fit and lined in a purple felt.  The interior lid with the Colt SAA directions label.  Also includes a dummy .45 Colt cartridge box and the brass case key.

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  Price:  $850.00

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This is a Little Atom Berloque 2mm pinfire pistol made in Japan and fitted to a nice tie bar with hanging chains.  Gold plated finish with mother of pearl grips, the grips with a single screw on each side.  1 9/16" long overall with a 5/8" hexagon barrel that is bored through and vents to the muzzle.  This is a variant of J3c in Bob Urso's book "The Tiniest Guns".  Really nice condition with 99% of the original gold plating, and looks to have been fired very little if at all.  The bar, chains, and the clip that attaches to a hole in the spur of the hammer, are of very good quality and are near mint.  I have handled many Berloque tie bar pistols over the years, but this is by far the nicest I have ever seen!

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 Price:  $200.00

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This is a miniature cap tin suitable for the Uberti miniature Colt percussion revolvers.  15/16" in diameter & 1/4" tall.  The two halves of the tin are made of  stamped steel, finished in the white.   The Eley Bros label is printed black and gray on buff paper.  These are newer labels that were printed on an ink jet printer with much better detail than the old green labels had previously.

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Price:  $10.00

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I was just recently able to purchase for my personal collection, a Robin Armstrong 1/3 scale 1855 Springfield pistol carbine, the Armstrong miniature I have always wanted, as it is the Houston Gun Collectors Assn. logo gun, of which I am a life member for many years.  The one I bought is in fact, is the very one that Robin made for me about 15 years ago, that I could not afford to keep at that time!  So now, I'm putting this Harper's Ferry pistol that was in my personal collection up for sale, replacing it with the 1855 Springfield pistol carbine!

This is a 1/3 scale Model 1807 Harper's Ferry U. S. martial flintlock pistol made by master miniature maker Robin Armstrong of England.  5 3/8" long overall with a 3 3/8" long round smoothbore barrel of .185 caliber.  The lock assembly, barrel, and screws are finished in the white.  Yellow brass furniture.  The lockplate properly marked with the Springfield spread winged eagle between the hammer and the pan.  The rear of the lockplate marked "HARPERS FERRY 1807" in three lines.  The left rear f the barrel near the breech marked with two oval proof marks, plus the serial number "401".  The hammer has both half and full cock.  Hickory ramrod with a swelled yellow brass end.  Cased in the original Armstrong light brown pigskin hinged top casing with push button latch.  The interior bottom French fit, and lined in a very fine hunter green velvet.  The interior lid pillow padded, lined in a fine green silk, and showing the maker's name and logo in gold.  In my personal opinion, this is far and away the most graceful and beautiful of all U.S. martial flintlock pistols, and Robin's miniatures are rated amongst the very best ever made, making this an extremely desirable piece!  This is as close as it gets to perfection in miniature!  This piece is from my very small personal collection.  I bought this from noted antique arms expert and dealer Richard Ellis, who bought it directly from Robin, and all of the original correspondence and paperwork between Robin and Richard are included.  Richard only had two miniatures in his personal collection.  This Armstrong Harper's Ferry, and the David Kucer 1/3 scale Colt SAA which you will find on one of my revolvers pages.  This is the first one of these I have been able to offer for sale in well over 15 years!!!

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Price:  $4,500.00

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This is a 47% scale Colt 1860 Army "Prestige Edition" revolver made by Uberti in Italy.  These were the absolute top tier grade of the Uberti miniatures, and featured beautiful hand engraving and 24 karat gold inlays by Uberti's top master engravers.  These were also given very special attention as far as fit, function, and finish, and are among the most graceful and beautiful of any miniatures I have ever had the pleasure to handle.   The frame, barrel, backstrap, and hammer are border outlined in 24 karat gold wire.  The frame also showing additional gold floral inlays, two on the right side, and one of the left side.  The barrel is not only beautifully engraved, but has extensive gold inlays including a gold horse head on the right side, a gold eagle on the left side with extensive gold floral scroll inlays.Fully functional, but non-firing, only because the nipples are not drilled all the way through.  6 3/8" long overall with a 3 3/4" rifled barrel.  The beautiful one piece ivory grips have a very nice grain and are starting to show some aged patina.  The steel parts are finished in a bright charcoal blue.   The trigger guard is brass, and shows a nice mellow aged patina.  Checkered hammer spur and loading latch lever.  Serial number 187 stamped into the bottom of the barrel, frame, triggerguard, and butstrasp.  87 stamped into the side of the cylinder.  The barrel has the proper roll marked Colt barrel address which has been inlaid in gold.  This is very seldom seen on these prestige miniatures!   The cylinder shows the proper roll engraved Ormsby naval engagement scene.   The left front of the frame is marked Colt's Patent.  The left rear of the triggerguard is marked .44 CAL.  Near mint condition except the blue or case coloring on the loading lever has faded for some reason to a steel gray.  Complete with a period type walnut hinged top casing with key lock, no key.  The interior English fit and lined in a purple felt.  The interior lid with the Colt loading instructions label.  Accessories include a Colt marked 2 cavity bullet mold with brass legs and a steel sprue cutter, a brass powder flask, a cap tin, and a dummy combustable cartridge packet. 

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Stock # CC-1, Price:  $3,150.00 

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This is a 1/3 scale in-line percussion pistol by famous miniature maker Ron DeWalt of Michigan.  4 3/16" long overall with a 2 3/8" rifled barrel of .165 caliber.  The barrel, receiver, bolt and bolt knob are nickel plated.  The grip frame is yellow brass.  The sights are blued and dovetailed into the barrel and reciever.  The trigger and screws are a beautiful high polish fire blue.  The bolt knob is serrated on the outside edge.  Two piece ivory grips with a single screw entering from each side.  Complete with the original DeWalt walnut glass topped casing, the interior bottom French fit and lined in a red felt.  Also included in an ivory handled nickel plated cleaning rod with a jagged end.  Though I do not recommend it, this miniature will shoot given the proper percussion caps, powder charge, and lead balls.

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 Stock # LC-28, Price:  $875.00

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These are 1/3 scale miniature drop point Bowie knife blades for the "Do it yourself" knife maker.  One is stainless steel, the other is Damascus steel.  The blades are 4 9/16" long overall including the tang.  Actual blade length is 2 15/16".  The blades are nicely made, very sharpe, and pretty much finished except for installing a guard and handle.  Made in Japan about 15 - 20 years ago.  I have a nice qunatity of each in stock, so buy several & I can offer you a discount!

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Stainless Steel Price:  $10.00

Damascus Steel Price:  $25.00