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WEBLEY-FOSBERY AUTOMATIC MODELS
.455 cal., 6 shot, hinged frame, 4, 6, or 7 1/2 in. barrel, blue or nickel finish, walnut or hard rubber grips, ser. nos. less than 5,000. Mfg. 1901-1924.
   Webley-Fosbery Automatic Model First 1901
ser. nos. under 300, production prior to Dec. 1901.
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$12,500$10,000$8,500$7,500$6,500$5,500$4,500
   Webley-Fosbery Automatic Model 1902
.38 Webley auto cal., 8 shot, ser. no. range mid 200-mid 1,300, extremely rare, less than 800 mfg. 1902-1903.
This model is extremely rare, and values may exceed 200% - 400% of values for the Model 1901 or the Model 1903.
   Webley-Fosbery Automatic Model First 1903
.455 cal., 6 shot, large and small frame, ser. nos. between 100 and 4930.
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R.I.C. MODELS
.320, .380, .442, .450, .455, .476, .44 Win., .45 Colt, or .45 ACP cal., adopted by the Royal Irish Constabulary in Jan., 1868, recognized worldwide and produced in one variation or another from 1867-1939.
   R.I.C. Model No. 1
.442 or .455 cal., first of the series was offered in .442 cal. with 4 1/2 barrel, later No. 1 New Model was offered in .455 cal., ser. nos. exceeded 60,300 by Oct., 1884.
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   R.I.C. Model No. 2
.320, .380, .442, or .450 cal., 2 to 4 in. barrels, ser. nos. reached 100139 by 1914.
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   R.I.C. Model No. 3
typically found in .442 cal., 2 to 4 in. barrels, ser. nos. range from single digits to 15,000, 16,000, 30,000, and 70,000, 4 in. barrel variation was chosen as the official police weapon of the Queensland Govt., Australia.
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   R.I.C. Model 83
.320, .380, .450, or .455 cal., 2 1/4, 2 1/2, 3, or 3 1/2 in. barrel, ser. no. 102,634. Mfg. until 1939.
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   M. P. Model
.450 cal., introduced after the R.I.C. New Model No. 1, 6 shot, adopted by the London Metropolitan Police in 1883 and remained in service until 1911.
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WEBLEY NO. 1 1/2 MODEL
.442 or .450 cal., 4 1/4 in. octagon barrel, limited examples of ser. nos. 28,000 and 60,000 have been observed.
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WEBLEY NO. 2 BRITISH BULL DOG PATTERN
.320, .380, .442, .450 centerfire, or .44 Short rimfire cal., short (2 1/2 in.) barrel, designed and manufactured by Webley as pocket models for civilians, with model names such as British Bulldog, The Pug, The Ulster Bulldog, or The Tower Bulldog, serial numbers vary by model.
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WEBLEY NO. 5 EXPRESS MODEL
.360, .380, .450, .455, or .476 cal., include the large caliber military version and the small caliber civilian version, early military versions were based on the R.I.C. No. 1 frame with 6 in. barrel and came in .450 or .455 cal., New Model Express had new birdshead grip frame, .455 cal., and 5 1/2 in. barrel, military versions also included a single action in .476 cal., with 5 1/2 in. barrel issued to the Cape Mounted Rifles in 1881, civilian version offered in .360 or .380 cal., with a 2 1/2 - 4 1/2 in. barrel being the most common, ser. nos. range from the low 1,000 to excess of 10,000,000.
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Large Cals. (Military)$2,000$1,900$1,800$1,700$1,200$900$600
Small Cals. (Civilian)$1,000$900$800$700$600$500$400
Cased, engraved, or unusual examples will command a premium.
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