Antique Handguns

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Sold Antique Item #C3469

Joseph Manton Flint Pocket Pistol

  • Description:

    Flint Pocket Pistol built by the noted maker, Joseph Manton, London.  Joseph Manton (1795-1835) was a noted maker and firearm inventor including the percussion cap.  This pocket pistol is complete

Antique Item #C2981

Antique New Land Pattern British Military Pistol

  • Price: $1,250.00 CAD
  • Description:

    Late New Land British military pistol.  This piece shows the 9" barrel, caliber 69 and crown GR proofs.  The lock appears to be from an earlier New Land with the external hammer safety slot filled

Antique Item #C2928

Ketland & Co Circa 1800 Flint Pistol Irish Marked

  • Price: $1,195.00 CAD
  • Description:

    A British Light Dragoon flint pistol 75 caliber with lock marked Ketland and Co.  This flint pistol shows an original lock with a replaced but correct style of cock.  The barrel is 9" and marked on

Antique Item #C1824

English Beckwith Percussion Pistol

  • Price: $1,495.00 CAD
  • Description:

    Antique British Holster or Traveling pistol built by Henry Beckwith circa 1830.  This London maker ,born 1805, operated at various addresses from 1841 to 1868.  This example shows a 5 1/2" barrel o

Antique Item #C1802

Antique British Transitional 44 Caliber Revolver

  • Price: $1,350.00 CAD
  • Description:

    Antique British Transitional revolver 44 caliber built circa 1850.  These were the transitional pieces from the multi barrel Pepperbox to the single barrel revolver.  This example shows the rebated

Antique Item #C1801

British Coast Guard Enfield Pistol

  • Price: $1,395.00 CAD
  • Description:

    British Enfield converted pistol to a circa 1830's 67 caliber Coast Guard pistol.  The lock was originally mounted on a New Land flint pistol with the cypher of William IV (1830-1837).  These Coast

Antique Item #C1770

English Transitional Revolver Circa 1830

  • Price: $1,195.00 CAD
  • Description:

    A transitional revolver of about 45 caliber built or retailed by Charles Johnes, London circa 1830's .  These were a cross-over from the Pepperbox to the later revolvers including the Colt.  5 3/8"