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    Lot of Two Top Break Double Action Revolvers. Comprising: 1.) Smill & Welson Revolver. Serial no. 73078, .38 caliber, 5-inch round barrel with front sight. Nickel finish. Pearl grips. 2.) Harrington & Richardson Revolver. Serial no. G64218, .32 caliber, 5-inch round barrel with front sight. Nickel finish. Checkered hard plastic black grips. From the estate of Houston collector Brent Burg. Condition: 1.) Very good. Retaining approximately 90-95% finish with light scattered pitting to receiver. Grips with noticeable scuffs and cracks. Action is good. Bore is good, with wear. 2.) Good. Retaining approximately 80-85% finish with scattered light flaking and pitting. Grips with light scuff to left side. Action needs adjustment. Bore is good.

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