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SN 232783/2383/C22293/8433. 1) Cal. 31. SN 232783 Colt Model 1849 pocket model, standard configuration with 4″ oct bbl, made in 1863. 2) Cal. 36. SN 2383 scarce Metropolitan Arms Company copy of Colt Model 1862 Police, standard configuration with 4-1/2″ bbl, no bbl address. Flayderman noted a total of about 1150 unmarked specimens were made. 3) Cal. 52. SN C22293 Sharps New Model 1863 carbine, typical fine, assembled gun from parts, standard configuration with 22″ rnd bbl. 4) Cal. 36. SN 8433 Savage Navy revolver, standard configuration with 7-1/4″ oct bbl, unique “figure 8” dbl action triggers. “SAVAGE R.F.A. CO. MIDDLETOWN. CT / H.S. NORTH PATENTED JUNE 17 1856 / JANUARY 18 1859 MAY 15 1860”. marked on top strap. PROVENANCE: Purchased from Robert Abels, NYC, circa 1960. CONDITION: 1) Fine as refinished. Retaining most of its refinished blue and case colors. Stocks retain 95%+ orig factory varnish. Markings are very good. Missing front sight, crisp action, shiny bore. 2) Very good to fine overall, retaining traces of finish in protected areas. Crisp action and shiny bore. Missing bbl latch. 3) Very good to fine as assembled, bbl SNd 119XX. No inspector cartouche, forestock with raised grain. Buttstock average. Muted case colors on buttplate. Gun is overall blue/grey with pitting as refinished, though breech and lever retain orig finish. Crisp action with shiny, bright bore. 4) Very good as refinished. Functional with well discerned bore. 50925-6 JS (3,000-4,000) – Lot 2151

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Auction: Firearms - October 2016
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