James Warner, Springfield, Mass. U.S.A.
StÝckel: James Warner, 1818 - 1870, receives 1851 - 1866 countless patents for revolvers,
JAMES WARNER SPRINGFIELD MASS. USA. on bridge over 6-shot cylinder, caliber .28 percussion, 3ĺ" round barrel with brass pin front sight, under the ramrod on bottom of the barrel serial # 227, better than 90% bright bluing remaining and in outstanding condition and good working order. Flayderman's # 7A-121: "Warner's pocket model was by far his most popular and best selling firearm, and were brought out after the expiration of Colt's master patent in 1857." Made in 1858, a beautiful specimen! $3,500.
WARNERS PATENT 1857 inscribed on 5-shot cylinder of pocket revolver, caliber .30 rim fire, 3″ round barrel with fixed front sight and ejector underneath, retaining most of its bright blue and silver plated finish, fully functional with crisp bright bore and well fit grips retaining most of their original varnish.. Provenance: Estate of Tig Sogoian. Flayderman's # 8A-188. $2,600.