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    As New Colt KM 1851 .36 Caliber Percussion Navy Revolver #32394 Matching Mfg. 1854. With the exception of two small 'smudges' possibly very light surface rust, on the left side of the barrel, and a small nick on the lower corner of the left grip the gun is absolutely mint as new. All markings, including the KM 352 and all Colt markings are deep crisp and as new. Careful examination validates the cylinder has never been rerolled. Nothing short of an absolutely magnificent, stunning 1851 Colt Navy with the added interest of it being one of the very scarce Kreigsmarine revolvers. While we see no absolute indicators that the gun has been professionally refinished by a highly skilled craftsman, there is no question that possibly does exist. In any case a truly beautiful Colt.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2012
    9th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 8
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