This is a 1/4 scale Colt single action army revolver with 4 3/4"
barrel made by Alex Baez and Herschel Kopp. 2 3/4" long overall with a 1 5/16" round barrel of about .010
caliber. These revolvers were also known as the "Peacemaker" and the "Frontier Six Shooter".
The entire miniature is made of 14 karat white gold with the exception of the steel springs and two piece ivory grips.
100% mechanically fully functional, but non-firing. The gold polished and looks like a nickel plated single
action, until you pick it up and feel the weight, which is very heavy for it's size being 14 karat gold. The grips with
an inlaid oval 14 karat white gold rampant Colt medallion on each side. The top of the barrel pantograph engraved with
the proper two line barrel address. The left side also pantograph engraved with the two line patent dates. Checkered
hammer spur. Oval ejector rod button. Beautifully made and finished, and one of just a handful made with the rampant
Colt medallion grips. Herschel past away about 12 - 15 years ago, and none of Alex's work has been pantograph engraved
since. It is seldom anymore that I see any of Alex's work with the Herschel Kopp markings. Contains about
$820.00 worth of gold at today's price of $1,280.00/ounce.
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A nice and difficult to find 47% scale miniature Colt 1861 Navy revolver with detachable
shoulder stock, originally issued and sold by the United States Historical Society, and authorized by Colt, in the 1980's.
Fully functional, but non-firing. The pistol is 6 1/8" long overall with a 3 1/2" round rifled barrel.
With the removable shoulder stock attached, the over all length is 12 1/8". This is the "Classic"
edition which is the normal working production no frills Colt 1861 Navy. Blue and case colored finish, the shoulder
stock fitting and buttplate are yellow brass. The cylinder is roll stamped with the proper Ormsby cylinder scene,
the left rear of the triggerguard is stamped "36 CAL", the top of the barrel is roll stamped with the proper COLT
barrel address. the left front of the frame is stamped "COLT'S PATENT". The frame, cylinder, triggerguard,
backstrap, stock yoke, and buttplate are all serial numbered and all matching. Checkered hammer spur. Serrated
stock attachment thumbscrew nut. Beautiful nicely figured one piece grip and shoulder stock, the bottom tang of the
stock with a sling swivel. The piece is in mint condition with only very minor handling marks. There is a small spot
of orange brown oxidation on the stock yoke near where it meets up with the frame that would easily polish away. It is
on the side that is hidden by the case, and just gives the piece realism in my book. A truly attractive piece with
the lowest production of all the United States Historical Society miniatures. Includes the original USHS glass topped mahogany
case with etched Colt logo on the glass. The interior bottom French fit and lined in a blue/gray velour. There
is the usual USHS engraved rectangular brass identification plaque, and the Colt logo etched into the glass.
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This is an antique 2mm rimfire double action six
shot revolver, probably made in Germany or Belgium in the 1870's. This is a fully functional and shooting miniature revolver
and shoots the antique thin rim 2mm rimfire cartridges. 2 1/16" long overall with a 27/32" barrel. Nicely engraved,
gold plated finish. Nice condition with about 95% original gold plated finish finish. Two piece mother of pearl grips. Complete
with the original lanyard ring. Works perfectly in both single and double action with a really crisp and strong action.
This miniature has a much bigger, wider, and stronger frame, along with much bigger grips than most, and may be
the first I've ever seen like this.
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This is a 47% scale miniature Colt 1847
Walker revolver made by Uberti in Italy. Fully functional, but non-firing. 7 7/16" long
overall with a 4 3/16" part octagon part round rifled barrel of .21 caliber. Blue and case colored finish, brass
triggerguard, oil finished rosewood grips. The cylinder is properly roll stamped with the Texas Ranger and
Indian fight scene. The top flat of the barrel laser engraved with the proper Colt barrel address reading
from left to right when the miniature is held in the left hand. The left barrel lug stamped US, 1947 just above the
wedge screw. Checkered hammer spur. The barrel, frame, triggerguard, and backstrap are serial numbered 170. In
addition, the barrel, cylinder, and frame are laser engraved with the Texas Ranger's markings "B COMPANY No 2".
Complete with a crate type casing with lift off lid, the interior partially lined in green felt. Accessories include
a brass powder flask, a brass bullet mold with blued steel sprue cutter, a proper blue nipple wrench/screwdriver/mainspring
vise, and a sterling silver miniature Texas Ranger badge. Mint as new condition.
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Stock # LC-10, Price: $1,000.00