Rare Travel Cased Factory Engraved Remington Over & Under Derringer Type I, Early Production . Serial no. 1123, .41 rimfire caliber, 3-inch, top hinged barrels with addresses on sides of rib between barrels. Factory scroll-engraved. Nickel-plated finish. Case-hardened hammer and spur trigger. Engraved barrel latch. Factory mother-of-pearl grips. Contained in blonde leather covered factory travel case with green felt lining and marked on inside of lid: J.B. Crook & Co./Guns & Pistols/??98 Broadway, N.Y. Case contains wooden storage block for 28 cartridges. Case with two thumb-latch locks and central lock [no key]. Condition: Derringer: Excellent with light storage wear to left side of barrel, near muzzle. Grips excellent. Action crisp. Case with wear and scuffs to exterior, interior with minor soiling and tear to lining at hammer.

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