This fine old Webley looks like it came off of the set of Miss Fishers Murder Mysteries! In 98% mint crisp stunning condition, we have a documented 1912 production .455 Webley Mark IV Service Revolver that was shipped to New South Wales Australia for use by the General Police. This is an exceptionally fine and well documented example that is all matching and with a mint crisp bore, it probably spent most of its life in the Chief Constables desk drawer.
The big Webleys are very hot these days and we 0nly deal in examples that are in the factory original .455 caliber and not butchered to shoot .45 auto. This is a great example of one with a m0st interesting service life, as you may know most of these Australian Pistols saw officer use in both World Wars.