Smith & Wesson

 


 

Classic examples of firearms made by other manufacturers during and after the Civil War. 

 


  

Smith & Wesson No. 1, 3rd Issue, Cased and Engraved

 

NRA Excellent S&W No. 1 in .22 RF Short. Special Order, commissioned by S&W's most important distributor: M. W. Robinson N.Y. This is a beautiful example showing "New York Style Engraving". Nickel on frame, barrel and cylinder 98% , original varnish on grips 95%. The Robinson supplied case is in excellent condition. These Robinson-cases are generally considered to be S&W Factory Cases.

                                                                  

 

 


 

Smith & Wesson No. 1, 3rd Issue, Cased and Engraved

 

NRA Excellent S&W No. 1 in .22 RF Short, Cased, Engraved and gold washed cylinder. This too is a beautiful example of a New York Style engraved 3th Issue. Nickel on barrel and frame 99%, gold wash on cylinder 70% and perfect original mother of pearl grips. The retailer ordered case in French style is very fine. 

 

    

    


 

Smith & Wesson No. 1 1/2, 2nd Issue, Special Order

 

NRA Excellent S&W No. 1 1/2 in .32 RF with 98% blue on frame and barrel and 99% gold plating on cylinder and extractor. Case colors on cylinderstop, trigger and hammer 90%. Grips are near perfect. Made in 1868.

 

 

 


 

Smith & Wesson No. 1 1/2, 2nd Issue, New York Engraved

 

NRA Excellent S&W No. 1 1/2 in .32 RF, New York engraved with original, near perfect mother of pearl grips. Nickel on barrel and frame 98%, cylinder 80%. Very handsome Smith and Wesson, made in 1873.