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    Cased Colt Confederate Union Commemorative 1860 Army Single Action Revolver.
    Serial no. 207183 [barrel, frame, triggerguard and butt] and 183 [cylinder], .44 caliber, 7 3/4-inch barrel with fixed front sight. Blued and case-hardened finish. Brass triggerguard. Elaborately scroll engraved barrel and frame. Etched battle scene to cylinder. NEW HAMPSHIRE engraved to backstrap. Faux ivory grips with carved CS to each panel. Contained in wooden display case with maroon felt lining and mirrored backsplash. Plaque on lid reads: ADAMS & ADAMS / NORTH-SOUTH / 1861 CIVIL WAR 2011 / SESQUICENTENNIAL / COMMEMORATIVE 1860 ARMY.

    Condition: Excellent. Few scattered scuffs to display case due to storage.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2017
    10th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 9
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