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    Colt Model 1860 Fluted Army Percussion Revolver.
    Serial no. 1116, .44 caliber, 8-inch round barrel with New York address. Fluted cylinder. Left side of frame marked: COLTS/PATENT. Triggerguard stamped: 44. Frame with screws to accommodate attachable shoulder stock. One-piece walnut grips. Property from the Estate of John R. Eckel, Sr.

    Condition: Very good for this model. Steel with smooth gray patina with scattered patches of light soiling. Brass with mellow patina. Serial numbers appear to have been altered to match. Triggerguard screw appears to be a replacement stud. Grips fine with light texture. Action excellent.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2014
    14th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
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