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    Rare Boxed Minnesota Firearms Co. "The Protector" Palm Revolver c. 1891-92. Serial no. 1494, .32 caliber, Nickel-plated finish. Textured hard rubber side panels with center escutcheon reading: The Protector/Minn. Firearms Co. Reverse: Patented March 1883. Compression action. Palm grip made without hard rubber pad. Contained in original green pasteboard box with illustrated label on lid depicting the gun in the hand of a user and lid liner instructions. These guns were manufactured under contract by James Duckworth of Springfield, Mass. for the Minnesota Firearms Co. [see Flayderman, 8A-090, page 496].
    Condition: Excellent with light handling wear present. Box with wear and scuffs overall.

    ‡ The owner placed a late bid on this unreserved lot and repurchased it, subject to applicable commission.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2011
    18th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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