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    Colt Model 1877 Thunderer Double Action Revolver. Serial no. 129002 [frame, triggerguard and butt], .41 caliber, 4-1/2-inch barrel with two-line Hartford address. Blued finish. Three-line, three-date patent and Rampant Colt. Checkered black hard rubber grips. Manufactured in 1901. From the estate of Houston collector Brent Burg. Condition: Good. Retaining approximately 20-25% blue primarily in protected areas. The balance a gray metal with fine pitting. Muted case colors. Patches of fine surface rust on cylinder and frame. Noticeable cut through Colt logo on each side of grips, along with scattered scuffs and scratches from handling. Action needs adjustment. Bore is good.

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    December, 2012
    9th Sunday
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