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EXCEPTIONAL LOT OF THREE COLT NEW LINE AND NEW POLICE SPUR-TRIGGER REVOLVERS.

1) COLT 1ST MDL. SN 2391. Cal. 41 RF. 2-1/4″ bbl. Colt New Line pocket revolver with 2-pc rosewood grips, nickel finish with spur trigger and etched bbl. Manufactured 1875. PROVENANCE: The Estate of G.W. “Bill” Stewart of Sonora, Texas. CONDITION: Very fine overall, with much original nickel finish remaining, exceptional 2-pc grips with slight finish wear and no material loss whatsoever. Etched panel is light but discernible. Bore and mechanics are very fine. 2) COLT NEW HOUSE MDL 38. SN 13993. Cal. 38. 2-1/4″ bbl. Fine Colt New House model revolver. Manufactured 1875 with nickel finish, 2-pc Colt hard rubber grips, with long cyl pin and etched panel. PROVENANCE: The Estate of G.W. “Bill” Stewart of Sonora, Texas. CONDITION: Fine overall, with good bore and mechanics. Fine 2-pc grips with no cracks or material loss. Nickel finish has flaked with age and resulted in an overly plum finish. Etched panel is discernible yet extremely light. 3) COLT COP & THUG. SN 14519. Cal. 38 Colt. 4-1/2″ bbl. Exceptional Colt Cop & Thug New Police revolver. Nickel finish, single action with etched panel and bullseye ejector with the small factory “C” marking to indicate shipped with Cop & Thug grips. Manufactured 1882. With 2-pc hard rubber Colt Cop & Thug grips. PROVENANCE: The Estate of G.W. “Bill” Stewart of Sonora, Texas. Accompanying this lot is a prior sales document for this gun. CONDITION: Exceptional overall with near perfect Cop & Thug grips having no cracks or material loss whatsoever. Etched panel is strong and prominent. Bore and mechanics are exceptional. Nickel finish has some light spotting with slight finish loss evident on top of bbl and on high points of cyl. A quite scarce and very desirable Colt revolver. 49973-200, 49973-425, 49973-445 TDW (3,000-4,000) – Lot 2296

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Auction: Firearms - October 2016
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