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2344
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ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER THAT WAS PURPORTEDLY OWNED BY JACK CASE OF THE 101 RANCH, WILD WEST SHOW.

SN 65852. Cal. 44 WCF. 7-1/2″ bbl. Blue and case color finish. Checkered walnut grips. Revolver is boldly engraved overall in a unique style. “J. Case” is engraved on bottom of bbl. “101” is stamped on forward flat of frame. SNs have been engraved over, with the exception of frame and cyl. Both of which nos. match. Number “7349” is stamped on bbl under ejector rod. 1-line Colt address is visible on bbl. 1-pc walnut grip has been checkered in a fleur-de-lis pattern with studs mounted on either side of grip on top. Revolver is housed in a metal bound wood travel case, with Jack Case ephemera on the lid. Also included is a 2-loop Mexican style holster, embossed with the initials “H.S.”. This exact revolver was sold by Brian Lebel at his Old West Auction. A copy of the auction listing is included in the provenance. CONDITION: Very good, as totally re-built, engraved and refinished. Revolver is a smooth gray-brown finish overall, with some roughness at muzzle end of bbl. Engraving is very sharp and deeply cut. Bbl mark is legible, bbl SN is clear. Frame no. is clear. Cyl base pin screw is missing. Grip is well worn, but completely in tact, no missing pieces. Box is very good with scratches and handling marks overall. Holster is very good and intact. An opportunity to purchase a revolver said to have belonged to Jack Case, who was a very famous Wild West Show performer in the early part of the 20th Century. Case worked for the Miller Brothers 101 Wild West Show. 50935-5 TEP (14,000-16,000) – Lot 2344

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Auction: Firearms - October 2016
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