|MODEL 1875, REMINGTON
44/40 ARMY REVOLVER
The Model of 1875 Remington Single Action 44/40 revolver, was somewhat popular, but only 25,000 were produced from 1875 until 1889, when Hartley & Graham took control of the company. This Model was favored by notorieties like Frank James, and "Buffalo" Bill, and many others. In fact, in the Movie "Open Range" Boss, remarked about the Remington he was carrying, " I always like a revolver with a little heft to it" This one Serial No. ( Batch No.) 116X has about 96% + of all the original factory nickel plating, and Walnut grips with a smooth lustrous finish. There is even a certain degree of fire blue left on the screw heads. Mechanically the 1875 operates correctly on all phases of the working action. All parts are original to this revolver, and ALL factory markings, barrel address etc.. are present and well defined.
A very strong and collectible example of a Model 1875 Remington Single Action. PRICE $4,750
I, LATE PRODUCTION, a.k.a. MODEL 2, .41 Rim Fire DERINGER,
1868 PRODUCTION ONLY
FACTORY ENGRAVED, ORIGINAL BOX, ORIGINAL PEARL GRIPS
Perhaps the most prolific pistol from Remington was the Over & Under .41 Rim Fire Deringer. The earliest production saw several quick changes. First, side barrel address, then the shell extractor, then relocating the SAME two line side barrel address to the top of the barrel. This was the Type I, late production of 1868 only 14,000 manufactured. This one is Serial No. 576X. This Deringer is Remington Factory Engraved, and fitted with Pearl Grips. This is the last of the Deringers engraved at Ilion NY factory. It retains about 80%+ of all the original nickel plating, with the loss being in the grips area/back strap. The barrels have all their nickel, and even the bright blue on the screw head of a "perfect" hinge. The engraving is clear and sharp. ALL factory applied markings are clear and present. The engraving is clear and sharp.
The box unfortunately did it's job in protecting the Deringer for 147 years, as it shows wear. However, it is all there, and retains the original red color. Mechanically, this .41 functions perfectly every time !! It is an early, 1868, and extremely attractive Deringer, and the box is an ultimate rarity, making for a excellent collector opportunity. You simply do not see many Factory Engraved specimens from 1868, Type I, much less the box, and in this high level of condition.
Three views of the Original Box, it was red, as were the earliest color of boxes. Only fragments of the end label are present.
|REMINGTON, TYPE II, OVER/UNDER, .41 RF
This Model Deringer may well be the most popular of all the collectable Deringers, and certainly with Remington. This Deringer Serial No. ( Batch No.) 85X has a perfect hinge, no damage!. You can still see traces of blue on the screw heads and locking lever, and case colors on the hammer. mechanically it is 100% correct, in all phases. It is a solid 97% original nickel finish specimen. The Ivory grips are the same age as the Deringer, and have a fabulous patina and finish.
A very strong example of a deluxe Remington O/U black powder Deringer.
PRICE $ 1,650
|REMINGTON, TYPE II, OVER & UNDER, .41 RIM
FIRE DERINGER, 1888
This is splendid example of a Type II Remington Deringer from about 1888. It has about 99.9% of all the original factory Nickel plating. The screw heads and hammer retain most ( about 85%) of their blue finish. The Deringer is fitted with, factory Pearl Grips, and they have brilliant radiance and color. They are also in perfect condition. Serial No. 98X, appears to be potentially UNFIRED ! It has a stunning appearance, almost mint in appearance. Mechanically, the hammer cocks, and the pin rotates for the two barrels, perfect mechanical operating condition.
JUNE 1, 2017
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