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2158
$3,737.50

FINE GROUP OF THREE CLASSIC CIVIL WAR PERCUSSION COLT AND REMINGTON REVOLVERS.

SN 117082/166727/216951. 1) Cal. 44. SN 117082 Remington New Model Army, standard configuration with 8″ oct bbl. Inspector cartouche and sub-inspectors marks on most parts. 2) Cal. 36. SN 166727 Colt Model 1851 Navy revolver, made in 1863, standard configuration with 7-1/2″ bbl. 3) Cal. 31. SN 216951 Colt Model 1849 pocket model, standard configuration with 4″ bbl made in 1862. PROVENANCE: Purchased from Robert Abels, NYC, circa 1960. CONDITION: 1) Very good overall, all matching, except cylinder (#6874). Matching grey/bright metal. Sound well fit grips with crisp cartouche on left side. 2) All matching very good overall, about 50%+ discernible rolled Naval battle scene, metal overall grey with scattered pitting, good markings, well fit grips. 3) Very good overall. About half discernible cylinder scene. All matching, except wedge (#2419), good markings. Well fit grips, retaining most of their orig varnish, with moderate edge wear. All three guns are mechanically sound, functional with crisp, discernible bores. 50925-5 JS (2,500-3,000) – Lot 2158

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Auction: Firearms - October 2016
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