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    Remington Rolling Block Single Shot Pistol.
    Unserialized, .52 caliber, 7-inch barrel with fixed front and rear sights. Blued finish. C. KUTCHSAN stamped poorly to top of and right side of barrel. Right side of frame marked: P. / F.C.W. Smooth hardwood pistolgrip and fore-end.
    Provenance: National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. Sold to benefit the Museum's collections and acquisitions.

    Condition: Very good. Finish primarily a smooth grey patina, with scattered signs of wear and patches of pitting. Scuffs and dings present to wood. Action good. Moderately pitted bore.


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    Auction Dates
    June, 2018
    10th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 12
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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