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    Colt Army Model 1860 Revolver This 44-caliber revolver, serial number "74492", features an 8" round barrel, 6-shot cylinder loading lever and plunger, and back strap, all made of iron. The trigger guard, front strap, and blade front sight are brass. The Serial Number appears on the barrel lug (finish) and bottom of the wedge. Cylinder is marked " Colt's Patent No. 3117" over "Pat. Sept 10th 1850" on "Colt New York U.S. America". Grip exhibits few dings and scratches and the inspector's cartouche is visible but not legible. There is an "H" stamped in the brass behind the trigger guard.This revolver is housed in a standard military issue leather holster with plugged end. Stitching is tight tooling on flap. Leather closer tab present but repaired. Brass finish mechanically sound.

    Condition: Good. Iron parts have a generally even patina with minor pitting. Traces of blemish remain on frame and loading lever. Same holster wear on muzzle. Grips show modest wear. Holster shows surface cracking throughout.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2007
    24th-25th Sunday-Monday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 16
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