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A cased 1851 model Adams self - cocking revolver by Deane Adams & Deane (earlier model). S/N 8717R. A good collection of accoutrements including a turned nipple key, powder measure, wad stamp, nipple container and key.

Price £3600

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A .44 new model Army Remington in superb condition both finish and action.   Price: £3000
A .36 1861 model Colt Navy. These revolvers were made during the American Civil War and took a lot of punishment. The condition is good for this scarce type and the cylinder scene is still present.   Price: £2000
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A cased 1851 model Adams self-cocking revolver by Deane Adams & Deane with a rammer and an appropriate bullet mould indicating it was sold in 1855 or later. The full set of accoutrements are in very good condition including a later leather bag which contains ammunition. RN 12807. Sold through agents whoce name is also engraved on the barrel. Price £3900