Lefaucheux copy?

Discussion in 'Curio & Relics Forum' started by dkgva1, Jan 23, 2008.

  1. dkgva1

    dkgva1 New Member

    Jan 23, 2008
    I have an old revolver that looks very much (identical) to a pin fire Lefaucheux large caliber revolver from the pre-civil war era. However, the only markings on the gun are on thetop of the barrel "trevino y c eibar. It has a serial number of 3223. I am guessing this is a Spanish knock-off but I would appreaciate any info I could have.
  2. sarzak

    sarzak New Member

    Jan 24, 2006
    u dont have to guess. eibar is in spain where they made the knock offs. post some pictures!
  3. lefaucheux 54

    lefaucheux 54 Member

    Sep 16, 2008
    If you read some french , you can go here and and know some more about Spanish "lefaucheux" revolvers


    Spain was the first country after the french army to adopt in 1858 Lefaucheux revolvers. Two factorys made these revolvers "TURBIA" and ORBEA HERMANOS
    on these revolver the were no Lefaucheux markings , but we can suppose that the Spainish army paid some Royalties ....
    Later on Lefaucheux developped a revolver specially for the Spainish army
    LF 54
  4. Win_88

    Win_88 New Member

    Jul 28, 2009
    Trevino y c is the company. Having problems finding info on them..

    Eibar is a city in the Basque country of Spain. Just like Liege Belgium it was and still is a major gun producer.
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