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SN 89875. Cal. 38CF. 7-1/2″ bbl. Blue and case color finish. Iron trigger guard and backstrap. Bbl shows 1-line Hartford address. Bottom of bbl shows “R.W.M.” with an anchor. SN’s match on frame, bbl, trigger guard, and backstrap. Cyl is no. 9320. Frame shows Colts Patent over U.S. and 2-line patent date to the rear. Right side of frame is stamped “EC”. Butt of backstrap is stamped “NS”. Cyl is stamped “P” over “GG”. This revolver was first issued to the Navy in the mid 1850’s and was returned to the factory for conversion after the Civil War. PROVENANCE: Collection of Daniel C. Scott. CONDITION: Good to very good. Revolver is a gray-brown patina overall, with sharp bbl marks, sharp patent marks on frame, and sharp inspector marks. Trigger guard bow has been slightly rounded. Backstrap has a crack on left side by hammer and has been repaired at the heel. Cyl does not rotate. Action is jammed. A good example of a Colt Navy revolver that saw service before and after the Civil War. 50709-9 TEP (2,000-3,500) – Lot 2258

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Auction: Firearms - October 2016
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