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    Cased Pair of Colt U.S. Cavalry Commemorative 1860 Army Single Action Revolvers.

    Serial no's. US1066 and 1066US [barrel, frame and triggerguard] and S66 [cylinder and butt], .44 calibers, 8-inch barrels with fixed front sights. Blued and case-hardened finishes. Etched cylinder scenes. Brass triggerguards. Smooth walnut one-piece grips with cartouches to each side. Contained in wooden display case with fitted blue felt lining. Plaque on lid reads: UNITED STATES CAVALRY / 1777 1977 / COMMEMORATIVE. Sold along with powder flask, bullet mold, cap tin, nipple wrench and shoulder stock.

    Condition: Excellent. Overall showing light handling wear. Some fine patches of pitting present to brass on shoulder stock.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2021
    6th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 12
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