A good example of a Colt model 1851 Navy .36 calibre Percussion revolver. Manufactured in 1867. The 7.5 inch octagonal barrel marked ADDRESS COL SAML COLT NEW-YORK U. S. AMERICA. Marked Colts patent to the side of frame. The cylinder scene of the naval conflict still clearly visible. If you look closely on the cylinder you will find the wording Engaged 16 May 1843, commemorating the Naval Battle of Campeche which took place on April 30, 1843 and May 16, 1843. The battle featured the most advanced warships of its day, including the Mexican steamer Guadalupe and the equally formidable Montezuma which engaged a squadron of vessels from the Republic of Yucatan and the Republic of Texas. You can see the flags of the young Texas Republic and the early Mexican colours flying from the masts engraved on the cylinder. The serial number denotes the year of manufacture 1867. Overall length approx 14 inches. Action in good working order. This is a good example of a U.S. Colt 1851 Navy revolver with the cylinder scene still clearly visible. Some signs of wear and use during it's working life. Ref 3890.
This is an obsolete antique item and is sold as a collectors item only.
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