|Merwin, Hulbert & Company were producers of very fine firearms and ahead of their time in
technology and machining.
They only produced firearms from app. 1876 to 1891 and, due to a fire, no factory records are
available. It is impossible to determine the actual number of precision Merwin & Hulbert
firearms produced. They produced revolvers, rifles and carbines in .32, .38 and .44 calibers. They
are very expense firearms today.
The cartridges offered below are NOT .32 or .38 S&W, they are .32 and .38 Merwin & Hulbert.
Ammunition was only produced until 1914, so this is a great find.
The dark spots on the case are due to the factory lubrication and can be cleaned with paint
thinner, if you wish to do so.
Strict limit of one cartridge of each caliber per person.