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SN 18786. Cal. 44. Standard configuration with 8″ bbl. 6-shot cylinder. Left side of frame marked “Colt’s Patent”. 1-pc walnut grips with added silver mounts. Brass backstrap and trigger guard, all matching numbers. Holster with flap. PROVENANCE: The Estate of G. W. “Bill” Stewart of Sonora, Texas. CONDITION: Good. All steel parts have turned brown with scattered pin-prick erosion and handling marks. Front blade sight about half-height. No cylinder seen present. Left grip with repaired crack at frame and crescent moon silver mount. Right grip with silver star mounted. Front and back strap are in nice mustard yellow color with scattered light staining. Bore is fair with light pitting and rifling slightly worn. Mechanics are good. Holster is good with losses at muzzle. Drying and cracking throughout. Minor repair on flap. A neat outfit. 49973-103 JSL149 (7,500-8,500) – Lot 2241

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Auction: Firearms - October 2016
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