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    1969 Alabama Sesquicentennial Scout

    Cased Commemorative Colt Single Action Frontier Scout Revolver.
    Serial no. 1096AS, .22 LR, 4 3/4-inch barrel. Gold-plated finish with nickel-plated cylinder, trigger, hammer and ejector. Composite grips [ Ivorylite ] with gold Colt medallions. Left side of barrel reads 1819 - ALABAMA SESQUICENTENNIAL - 1969. Contained in original red Colt leatherette case with pearl white interior. Key present. Also included is numbered to the gun shipping carton with literature.

    Condition: Fine to excellent, retaining all finish with areas of dried grease and residue from poor storage. Fine scratches to plating. Case with scuffs, interior with some discoloration and signs of poor storage mostly in protected areas (corners and edges). Grips good. Action good. Bore ok, needs cleaning.


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    Auction Dates
    June, 2015
    14th Sunday
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