NEW PICTURES ADDED 5/23/16 **Reposting due to no longer being able to edit titles.** Here's a rare one for y'all: a late 1800s Belgian made revolver in 7mm Lefaucheux Pinfire. Octagonal barrel, SA/DA, folding trigger, un-fluted cylinder, dovetail adjustable front sight, ejector rod and loading-gate set up. Beautifully engraved wearing original ebony grips in excellent condition. Proof marked "ELG" "*L" " 1Ↄ" on the cylinder indicating that it was made in the city of Liège in Belgium sometime between 1877 and 1893. Thus it is a true curio/relic and undoubtedly old enough to not be considered a firearm under State or Federal Law. Overall appears to be in good working condition, and even comes with 10 rounds of 7mm Lefaucheux pinfire ammo in the original metal ammo box, although attempting to fire it is at the risk of the new owner, presuming the hundred year old pinfire ammo will even ignite. . . I'm thinking the perfect owner for this revolver is someone who finds the idea of reloading 7mm pinfire with black powder exciting Open to trades for interesting firearms or ??? Also open to reasonable cash offers -- please send all offers via PM. PDX metro for a meetup, but due to the age of this gun I can legally ship it. Not so sure about shipping the 100 year old ammo though. EDIT: After many emails asking "how much," I'll say the following: I have not had any luck finding close comparables for purposes of a precise value determination -- it is a true handmade custom antique so they are all at least a little different, and the antique engraving, overall condition, and period accessories make it nigh-on unique. I have honestly shared all the information that I have been able to find. So, I'll say again that I will consider all cash or trade offers -- basically I'm interested in finding a deal that seems fair to all parties. Thanks NWFA!