Merwin & Hulbert

A Merwin, Hulbert Medium Frame Revolver. Serial # 935X. (Circa  1885.) Has a 3-1/2″ ribbed barrel with semi-circular sight. 5-shot scoop-fluted cylinder. This is a scarce early spur trigger model Merwin! Nickel finished spur trigger action. Mother of pearl grips. It has just 25% original nickel with the balance fading to dark brown patina. Side is loose. Grips are undersized and show chips. Cylinder does not advance, when cocked. Has a dark bore with worn rifling. This revolver is worthy of restoration or would make a good representative example, for a collection. (EAC-606)


A Merwin Hulbert chambered in .38 S&W. This is a 5-shot single-action revolver with spur trigger, scoop fluted cylinder, and round barrel. It has a 3.5” barrel. It retains 80%+ original nickel finish with just scratches and just a few small losses to the nickel. Some nickel losses and spotting on the backstrap. The patent date markings are crisp, so this does not appear to be have been re-nickeled. Has nice mechanical function with a fairly tight lockup. It has original “Dog’s Head” black gutta percha grips that are in very nice condition. Frame is marked Merwin Hulbert and the barrel is marked Hopkins & Allen — their sister company. This revolver’s low serial # (191X) would indicate early production, before 1885.  (CGUA-973)

$1,225.00 $1,150.00

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