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    Cased Colt Python Double Action Revolver.
    Serial no. 63954, .357 caliber, 4-inch barrel with ventilated rib. Blued finish. Checkered walnut grips with gold Colt medallions. Contained in Colt leatherette case with brass fittings. Top embossed with Colt coat of arms and reading: VINCIT QUI PATITUR. Interior with orange velour lining. Lid marked with Colt Hartford address in period script.

    Condition: Excellent. Retaining approximately 98-99% original finish with some very light handling wear. Mirror bright bore. Case is very good but with dents to lid and lock. Key absent. Very smooth action.


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    Auction Dates
    June, 2015
    14th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 9
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