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    Colt Model 1860 Army Model Richards Conversion Single Action Revolver.
    Serial no. 192754 [barrel, frame, triggerguard, cylinder and butt], .44 centerfire caliber, 8-inch barrel with fixed front sight. Blued finish. Etched cylinder battle scene. Left side of frame marked: COLT'S PATENT, triggerguard stamped: .44 CAL. Brass triggerguard. Smooth walnut grip. Manufactured in 1871.

    Condition: Fine. Retaining approximately 40-50% of a thinning finish, the balance a smooth grey patina with scattered signs of wear and patches of pitting. Scuffs and dings present to wood. Action good. Strong bore.
    Property from the Estate of Kenneth S. "Bud" Adams, Jr.


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2017
    10th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 16
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