079-1021-4997, Deane, Adams and Deane DA .54 Bore. BUY NOW

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079-1021-4997, Deane, Adams and Deane DA .54 Bore, 5 shot revolver. With 6 1/2 inch barrel. Records of these revolvers show they were part of inventory of the Confederate Blockade Runner, Elizabeth, which was owned by John Fraser and Co., and captured making for Charleston on May 29, 1862. A relic example was also dug near Brandy Station, Virginia. No doubt this model was purchased by the Confederacy for use in the Civil War. Though how many actually made it to the battlefields will probably never be known. The English Connection, Pritchard, Hughes et.al. The gun shows Adams Pat. 1851 in oval on side of frame. Factory engraved with no maker or dealer mark on barrel. ADAMS PATENT 11xxx matching on side of frame and cylinder. Rifled bore with scattered surface residue. These were a direct competator to the Colt M-1851 Navy, though 5 shot, rather than 6. They were a larger caliber, but tended to be less accurate due to long trigger pull that had to both cock and fire the hammer in one pull. The gun shows original wood checkered grips. It has about 60% blue turning brown with light bumps, dings and scratches. Functional mechanics, the cylider rotates with each trigger pull. It has a LIEGE patent, which is often seen on European revolvers. Belgium had capacity to build excess guns when orders overwhelmed British and French makers. LeMat, Kerr and others needed Belgium makers to assist in production. Slight play in cylinder. Fine to very good overall.

Est. Retail Value: $2200

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079-1021-4997, Deane, Adams and Deane DA .54 Bore, 5 shot revolver. With 6 1/2 inch barrel. Records of these revolvers show they were part of inventory of the Confederate Blockade Runner, Elizabeth, which was owned by John Fraser and Co., and captured making for Charleston on May 29, 1862. A relic example was also dug near Brandy Station, Virginia. No doubt this model was purchased by the Confederacy for use in the Civil War. Though how many actually made it to the battlefields will probably never be known. The English Connection, Pritchard, Hughes et.al. The gun shows Adams Pat. 1851 in oval on side of frame. Factory engraved with no maker or dealer mark on barrel. ADAMS PATENT 11xxx matching on side of frame and cylinder. Rifled bore with scattered surface residue. These were a direct competator to the Colt M-1851 Navy, though 5 shot, rather than 6. They were a larger caliber, but tended to be less accurate due to long trigger pull that had to both cock and fire the hammer in one pull. The gun shows original wood checkered grips. It has about 60% blue turning brown with light bumps, dings and scratches. Functional mechanics, the cylider rotates with each trigger pull. It has a LIEGE patent, which is often seen on European revolvers. Belgium had capacity to build excess guns when orders overwhelmed British and French makers. LeMat, Kerr and others needed Belgium makers to assist in production. Slight play in cylinder. Fine to very good overall.

Est. Retail Value: $2200

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