The Main House Gallery, MH29
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A Fine 1862 Colt Police Pocket Model
90% Overall Blue
This .36 caliber pistol having serial number 35049 with 6.5-inch barrel remains in excellent original condition and has all matching numbers. This metal remains in fine condition including much of it's original color having 90% overall blue, 50% case colors, 40% on the cylinder and 50% silver on the trigger guard and back strap. The cylinder has a few pits that have been retouched. Mechanically fine. The gun measures 11.5-inches in overall length.
Remington 1st Model Vest Pocket Derringer
Early Production, completely unmarked
Serial Number 394 Under The Grips
This .22 caliber pistol retains 95% nickel, 90% thinning blue on hammer and trigger. The grips are complete and unbroken with slight shrinkage top to bottom.
Colt 3rd Model Derringer
Approximately 5.25-inches with 2.5-inch barrel. Plated frame and barrel, walnut grips, marked "-COLT-" in italics on top of barrel and SKU"41 CAL" on left side of frame, in production circa 1870-1912, retains 90%+ plating.
Rifle, Underhammer by N. Kendall of Windsor, Vermont
Probably made for a lady
Terrific architecture with successful drop; long engraved tang signed "Smith's Improved Patent Stud Lock". The octagonal barrel in plum brown is engraved and retains front and rear sights and is marked "N. Kendall, Windsor, VT Patent". Stock with original finish.
Previous Offerings or Gone to New Homes
Colt Model 1849 Pocket Revolver, 5 inch barrel
.31 caliber, serial number 92989
Small guard, 5-shot, all matching numbers and excellent cylinder scene - SOLD
Engraver's signature is about half-visible, 30% silver on grip straps, 20% thin blue in protected areas of barrel, 85% varnish, excellent markings and mechanics.
308-197 - SOLD
Derringer, Moore Number 1
5th Variation, Patriotic Motif
Engraved With American Eagle
Full Silver Plated Frame
Very Few Made!
.41 Caliber, Serial Number 4105.
Decorative broad scroll engraved - SOLD
A first model with Moore's Brooklyn mark on barrel flat featuring a beautifully engraved eagle and American shield on the back strap along with other deluxe engraving. The frame retains about 100% silver; barrel is a smooth smoky gray; tight action. The few extant examples are in serial number range 3750 to 4339. It is thought that they were made circa 1864-1865 and were presented at the close of the Civil War to United States Military Officers.
308-182 - SOLD
Basket, Painted Gathering Basket - SOLD
White painted gathering basket in very good condition.
Dimensions: 4" H, 36.75" W, 19" D.
647-131 - SOLD
Daggett's Orangeade Soda Fountain Dispenser with Taps
Boston/Stoughton, Massachusetts - SOLD
Painted galvanized metal body with colorful decals on three sides advertising the Boston (Stoughton) based company. Interior complete with stoneware cooler that kept the syrup chilled; space between cooler and dispenser was filled with ice.
Dispenser includes original glass globe and access cover, spigot and relief valve at bottom. Very good condition; decal graphics are colorful and fine as is metal body (minor scattered small losses to enamel). (Dimensions: 29.5" H, 12.75" W, 12.75" D.)
647-128 - SOLD
Advertising, Posters, Tins
Poster, Advertising, Farm Related
Adriance Buckeye Mowers, Reapers, Binders
Adriance Platt and Co., Poughkeepsie, NY - SOLD
With added banner for local distributor O.D. Fessenden, Brookline, N.H. at bottom, Linder, Eddy and Clauss, Lith. NY, full color illustrations of equipment in use, tear in upper right corner, water stain, soiling.
Dimensions: 30 by 20 1/8".
Tin, Advertising, Tiger Chewing Tobacco - SOLD
Poster, Advertising, Cigar, Overland Cigars - SOLD
Full color printed on canvas, mounted on wood frame, depicting locomotive with gilt lettering, loss along edges, and scratches on surface.
Dimensions: 28 by 22".
Tin, Buffalo Salted Peanuts