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    Superb Condition Civil War Flap Holster For Unidentified Large Revolver. Superb condition, marked on the back of the belt loop "E. GAYLORD / CHICOPEE / MASS." Body of the holster 10 3/4" high, flap absolutely huge, plug in bottom. Latch tab with small stitched repair on one side else the holster is about perfect. Just the slightest hint of finish crackling on the front flap, with absolutely no flaking. Unquestionably a very scarce holster in superb condition but for a revolver we are unable to identify. The holster is 7 3/4" across the top with huge flap. Doubtless a very scarce Civil War holster in exceptional condition.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2012
    9th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 9
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