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    Colt Model 1861 Navy Conversion Single Action Revolver. Serial no. 3653, .38 caliber centerfire, 7 1/2-inch round barrel with New York address. German silver front sight. Blued original barrel with factory-applied Richards-style ejector rod. Blued converted naval-engagement scene cylinder numbered 4572. Unmarked wedge. Arbor marked: 4453 and 626. Back of cylinder marked: 6/53 and H. Front marked: GG and P. Case-hardened frame with two-line patent date. Brass triggerguard and backstrap. Varnished walnut grips. Condition: Good to very good. Retaining approximately 10-20% original blue finish primarily in protected areas, the balance thin gray-brown patina. Strong cylinder scene with traces of blue. Vibrant case-hardening on hammer and frame. Mellow patina to brass. Grips retain approximately 10-15% varnish and with scattered pressure dents. Bright bore, crisp action.

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