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    Smith & Wesson Mark II Royal Engineers Canadian Service Double Action Revolver.
    Serial no. 12444 [ barrel, cylinder and butt], .455 caliber, 6 1/2-inch barrel with fixed front blade sight and frame notch rear sight. Blued finish. Case-hardened hammer and trigger. Various Canadian proof marks. Right side of frame engraved: E.O. BLUNDEN R.E. Checkered walnut grip panels with S&W medallions. Lanyard ring.

    Condition: Very good. Retaining approximately 94-96% finish, with scattered scuffs, scratches and patches of pitting. Faint tracking line to cylinder. Few noticeable dings to grips. Action good. Strong bore.


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2017
    10th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
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