Designed by Charles François Galand c.1868 in Paris, adopted by the Russian Navy c.1870 and manufactured by the Nagant brothers in Liege, Belgium thereafter - ship rack number 727. 11mm Perrin six-round cylinder, double action, break action with automatic disc ejector, saw handle grip and reins trigger guard. I love the era in which you had “boarding revolvers”.
Manufactured in Liège c.1850~60′s - serial number 27. 12mm pinfire six-round cylinder, double action, side-loading gate with manual ejector rod, removable skeleton stock, 45cm long barrel. It’s very interesting to see blueing on a Lefaucheux, thank you Belgium for your complete disregard for patent laws.
Manufactured in Liège, Belgium c.1866 - serial number 21. .75/19mm caliber barrel with hexagonal rifling, removable percussion breechblock, skeleton pistol grip. Hexagonal rifling uses a similarly hexagonal bullet to impart spin, instead of taking a round bullet and squishing it against regular rifling by shooting it. This weapon would have had a considerable accuracy and power which we can only assume Belgian soldiers used to hunt dinosaurs.