|1851 Navy Revolver |
Designed by Samuel Colt between 1847 and 1850, the Colt 1851 Navy cap-and-ball revolver was used extensively throughout the Civil War by both Union and Confederate soldiers, including Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.
This museum-quality, non-firing, metal and wood replica of the famous revolver features elegant scroll engraving on the barrel and frame, tall sailing ships engraved on the rotating cylinder, a working trigger and hammer, and more! With a silver-tone finish and simulated ivory grips, it measures 13" long.
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|5" Ship Bell |
This handsome bell, amongst the finest on the market, is made of heavy brass cast in sand. It creates a clear and solid sound and includes a sturdy wall mount and heavy cotton lanyard.
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