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SN NSN. Cal. 48. 7-3/4″ overall with 3-1/8″ bbl, 9 lands and grooves. Henry Deringer and his Philadelphia made single shot pistols were very popular in the mid-19th century. So popular, that many infringements were made, including this gun which closely resembles the famous “PHILADELPHIA HENRY DERINGER”. Henry Deringer had special proofs and were always made with 7 lands and grooves, but no doubt this passed in its day as it is well made with checkered grip, German silver mounts and wooden ramrod, much like the orig gun. CONDITION: Very good overall. Metal overall dark grey/plum with staining, pitting and traces of orig finish in protected areas. Stock retains most of its apparently orig varnish. Mechanically functional with pitted bore. 51030-13 JS (1,000-1,800) – Lot 2186

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Auction: Firearms - October 2016
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