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    Engraved Colt SAA Revolver Caliber .38-40 #235224 Matching, Mfg. 1902 5 1/2" barrel, the gun retains 90% of a period nickle finish, doubtless executed when the engraving was done, just some flaking on the forward section of the cylinder. Mechanically perfect, excellent markings, excellent bore. Nicely engraved with floral and leaf motifs on barrel, cylinder, top strap, sides of trigger guard and a flower with vine extending the length of the backstrap. Script initials AJR engraved on the underside of the butt. The gun is now fitted with an undersized pair of faux ivory grips that should obviously be replaced. An attractive single action with lots of character and western flavor.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2011
    25th Saturday
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