Original Civil War Era Percussion Revolver based on a Colt 1851 Navy - Relic Condition

Item Description

Original Item: Only One Available. This came to us among a collection of Colt Navy and Colt Army revolvers, but is plainly a COPY made at the time by some other Manufacturer, perhaps in the South to fill a need for small arms at the time of the Civil War.

It is in a sloppy barn find condition and is missing the front loading lever stop. It shows a serial number of 104637 on the frame, barrel, trigger guard, and grip frame. The cylinder measures a full 2" in length and the caliber appears to be .44, however the barrel seems to be in .36. No discernible maker or inspection markings whatsoever, suggesting unauthorized production.

Well used, no finish, lose and worn with scattered pitting I think covers it. Most unusual and if truly Confederate an exciting find.

So loose you can almost use it as a rattle, but ready to display! A great wallhanger!


Year of Manufacture: circa 1860
Caliber: Approx .36 cal barrel, .43cal cylinder
Ammunition Type: Cap and Ball
Barrel Length: 6 3/8 inches
Overall Length: 12 inches
Action: Single Action
Feed System: 6 Shot Revolver

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