Webley & Sons Cased Wedge Frame Revolver
- Licensing Category: Antique
- Maker: Webley
Cased antique Webley wedge frame percussion revolver. This example is marked Webley & Sons London. This piece was built circa 1860-1870 by the sons of Philip Webley. Ref. page 12 "Webley Revolver" by Bruce and Reinhart. This revovler remains in less than perfect condition (overall grey with areas of pitting). It works in single action but not double. It is missing the plunger part of the side mounted rammer. This revolver rides in the original case. The case remains in sound condition, showing most of of it's liner. An original 20 bore brass mould, ebony rod with extractor screw, correct pewter oiler. There is an original nipple wrench but not for the nipples on this revolver. The case also contains correct and original powder flask for this revovler. It is obvious that the value of this item is not the revolver due to condition. The value lies with it's original sound case and aforementioned tools. This would be a great case for for the collector with a high condition wedge frame Webley. This case can accomodate either a 4" or 6" wedge frame Webley revolver. Anique- no permit required to purchase or own.