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    Colt Model 1860 .44 Cal. Percussion Fluted Cylinder Army Revolver #1137 Matching numbers including the wedge. Barrel finish mostly smooth and dark with areas of roughness and minor pitting on the left side and at the muzzle. Frame shows traces of case colors, cylinder also with traces of case colors and areas of minor pitting at the front. Strong hammer spring, cylinder does not register. Trigger guard and back strap exhibit about 60% silver plate, some of which is lifting. Walnut grips with about 70% original varnish and a number of scattered small dents. Housed in a reproduction wood case which contains an original .44 caliber Colts Patent bullet mold showing areas of scattered pitting, Eley Bros percussion cap tin and reproduction powder flask, oiler and nipple wrench. Wood case in very good condition with faded felt lined interior.

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    December, 2014
    12th Friday
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