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    Colt Single Action Army Revolver.
    Serial no. 180588, .41 caliber, 4 3/4-inch barrel with 2-line Hartford address. Blued and case-hardened finish. Donut ejector rod. Non-black powder frame. 2-line, 3-date patent mark. Rosewood grips. Manufactured 1898. Contained in a modern black leather holster. Property from the Estate of John R. Eckel, Sr.

    Condition: Very good as refinished. Traces of blue and traces of case colors remain but the gun is a smooth gray overall having been cleaned and polished. Grips are excellent, a good fit and scratch-numbered to a later gun. Action smooth.


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    Auction Dates
    June, 2014
    8th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 13
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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