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    Civilian Remington Navy Conversion Single Action Revolver with Holster. Serial no. 24633 [supplementary conversion stamp: 964], .38 centerfire caliber, 7 1/2-inch octagonal barrel with address partially worn away. Standard navy conversion ring and L-shaped ejector assembly. Blued finish. Brass triggerguard. Varnished walnut grips. Contained in associated early 20th century unmarked double loop commercial holster with faint image of a mountain lion head on front and scallop loop border trim [for discussion of this type revolver, see A Study of Colt Conversions and Other Percussion Revolvers by McDowell, pages 74-75]. Condition: Fair to good. Metal with traces of blue finish remaining, primarily on loading lever and in protected areas of barrel. Remainder of steel showing a mottled grey-brown patina with scattered light pitting overall. Tracking line on cylinder. Bright brass. Grips appear refinished and showing scattered wear and bruises. Holster recut on top, appears to be a later alteration. ;

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    June, 2013
    9th Sunday
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