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    Philadelphia Derringer Percussion Single Shot Pistol.
    Unserialized, .41 caliber, 2 3/8-inch barrel with fixed front and rear sights. Lock and breech marked: DERINGER / PHILADEL. Top of barrel marked: N. CURRY & BR. / SAN FRANC. CALA. / AGENTS. Two silver bands atop breech. Checkered wood full body stock with silver furniture and wood ramrod. Scroll engraved hammer, lock and triggerguard. Blank silver shield escutcheon at top of wrist. Hinged cap box to butt. Flayderman 7D-000.6.

    Condition: Good. Overall showing scattered wear and patches of pitting. Assorted minor scuffs and dings to wood. Crack to top of wrist on the right side. Action good.


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    Auction Dates
    June, 2017
    11th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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