August 11, 12, & 13, 2020 Field & Range Firearms
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Manufactured 1861-1865. William Uhlinger produced revolvers with no name or trade names to avoid violation of the Rollin White patent held by Smith & Wesson. (A) Unmarked .32 Rimfire single action revolver with solid frame and 6" octagon barrel. Serial number 2516 found on butt, barrel, and cylinder. Hinged loading gate with spring loaded ejector rod beneath barrel. CONDITION: Good with 30% blue on barrel with traces of blue on cylinder. Frame retains traces of blue in protected areas. Bore is fair and action operates properly. Grips are of smooth walnut and are very good. (B) Nickel plated variant of previously cataloged revolver with 5" barrel and marked "D.D. Cone Washington DC." on right side of barrel. (Identified as patent attorney who did not produce any of these arms according to Flayderman). CONDITION: Good as refinished. Bore is good with strong rifling, action operates properly, and grips are very fine. (C) Bacon Arms swing-out cylinder revolver in .32 Rimfire with nickel finish and 4" octagon barrel. Marked "Bacon Arms" on top barrel flat and "G.W. Hopkins" on right barrel flat. Unique early design with swing out cylinder and spring loaded ejector rod retained beneath barrel. CONDITION: Very fine as refinished with operating action and good bore. Grips are excellent. TDW

Item Dimensions: Longest: 8 - 1/2"
Barrel Length
(A) 6" (B) 5" (C) 4"
(BOTH) .32 S&W
FFL Status
(A) Uhlinger (B) Uhlinger (C) Bacon
(A) .32 Ejector (B) .32 Ejector(C) Swing-Out Cylinder
Serial Number
(A) 2516 (B) 628 (C) 145
Current Bidding
Minimum Bid: $500.00
Final prices include buyers premium: $1,599.00
Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500
Number Bids: 5
Auction closed on Thursday, August 13, 2020.
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