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2170
$1,150.00

STARR ARMS COMPANY MODEL 1858 DOUBLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER U.S. ISSUE.

SN 5802. Cal. 44. 6″ bbl. Blue finish. 1-pc American walnut grip. Left side of frame marked “Starr Arms Company, New York”. Right side of frame is marked “Starr Arms Company, January 15, 1856”. SN is stamped at front of frame with an “S” inspector mark below it. SN is also stamped on cyl. Grip shows acceptance cartouches on both sides. PROVENANCE: Collection of Daniel C. Scott. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl is a gray-brown patina with blue in protected areas, especially under loading lever. Loading lever shows traces of case color, as does the hammer. Frame markings are sharp and clear. Frame retains 30-40% blue finish, drifting into a plumb-brown patina. Cyl shows traces of blue with balance a plumb-brown patina. Grip has handling marks and dents overall. Cartouches are faint but visible, on both sides. 1 of about 23,000 manufactured for service during the Civil War. 50709-2 TEP (1,750-2,500) – Lot 2170

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Auction: Firearms - October 2016
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