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    Colt Model 1877 Lightning Double Action Revolver together with Period Shoulder Holster. Serial no. 142405, .38 caliber, 4 1/2-inch barrel with two-line Hartford address. Nickel-plated finish. Factory hard rubber bird's head grips. Contained in unmarked brown leather shoulder holster, the back side inscribed with white paint: Tim Kelly/Chicago/Police. Condition: Very good as refinished. Retaining approximately 80-85% renickeled finish with scattered wear and flaking present. Grips showing heavy wear, the checkering and Rampant Colt worn smooth. Action needs work as cylinder free spins when double action mode is exercised. Holster is good, showing surface checking and wear overall. Inscription on holster needing research.

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    December, 2012
    9th Sunday
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