The upcoming Arms and Armor: Live Auction, offered by Cowan’s Auctions, presents a variety of classic revolvers and other guns. Included in the sale is a Texas Colt Paterson with an extra cylinder serial. Commonly known as the Texas Paterson because of its association with the Texas Ranger, this revolver has a distinctive .36 caliber octagon barrel, five-shot cylinder, and flared walnut grip. The five-shot Paterson revolver became especially popular on the Western frontier. This lot has an original blue frame and gray metal cylinders.
The sale also offers a percussion revolver made by Thomas W. Cofer. The earliest examples of guns bearing Cofer’s name are shotguns made before the Civil War. The available item features a spur trigger with no guard, along with a single action and spur trigger. A Parker Brothers AHE Grade 7 firearm and a Union Pacific Railroad Henry rifle manufactured in 1864 will be available as well. View more items and register to bid on Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Firearms & Militaria (566)
# of Lots:566
Price Range:$400 - $175,000
Interesting lots include:
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|A Fine #5 Holster Model 'Texas' Colt Paterson with Extra Cylinder Serial|| Estimate: |
|Third Model Cofer Percussion Revolver|| Estimate: |
|Very Rare Parker Brothers AHE Grade 7 Pigeon Gun|| Estimate: |
|A Union Pacific Railroad Henry Rifle Serial Number 7744 Manufactured in 1864 Period Engraved on Left Side of Frame UPRR|| Estimate: |
|A Remarkable Double Cased Pair of Silver and Gilt Colt 1860 Army Revolvers|| Estimate: |