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    Lot of Two Hammerless Double Action Revolvers. Comprising: 1) Smith & Wesson .38 Safety Hammerless, 4th Model Double Action Revolver. Serial no. 165302, .38 caliber, 3 1/4-inch round barrel. Nickel-plated finish with blued trigger guard, trigger and barrel latch. Hard rubber grips embossed with the Smith & Wesson logo. Sold with a vintage Smith & Wesson .32 Safety Box. 2) J. N. Scott Safety Hammerless Double Action Revolver. Serial no. 8182, .32 caliber, 3-inch round barrel. Nickel-plated finish. Hard rubber grips.
    Condition: 1) Good. Retaining 80-90% plating with wear at the sharp edges of the frame and scattered light scratches. Strong bore and crisp action. Box worn and dirty. 2) Good. Retaining approximately 80-90% plating, worn at the high spots and with scattered scratching. Dark bore. Mechanically sound.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2012
    9th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 8
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