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    Marston Three-Barrel Derringer. Serial no. 114 [barrel and frame], .32 rimfire caliber, 3-inch barrels. Nickel-plated. Mother of pearl grips. Left side of frame with standard New York address but also with "IMPROVED 1864" found on some specimens. Firing indicator on right side of frame. Decorative, scroll engraving in the New York style which was standard only on the first 50 pistols. Butt inscribed, "WILL PITTMAN." Condition: Fine as refinished. Nickel slightly milky. Action good. Bore very strong with sharp rifling.

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    Apr-May, 2012
    30th-1st Monday-Tuesday
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