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    2nd Model LeMat Revolver .42 caliber, nine shot cylinder with 16 ga. smoothbore barrel, serial number 1385. This pistol bears an octagonal 6.875 inch barrel marked on the top, "Col. LeMat Bte s.g.d.g. Paris." The barrel is also marked with the serial number and "star / LM" on the right side. The serial number is also visible on the right side of the frame, on the cylinder and on the trigger. The hammer is also marked, "V" on the left side. The grips are original walnut with traces of original varnish. Mechanically very good, the pistol retains about 70% original blue with the balance turning brown.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2006
    1st-2nd Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
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