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Rare burgundy velvet lined mahogany casing for three Colt revolvers which include an 1851 Navy, an 1849 pocket revolver with 4″ bbl and a compartment in the right front for a Model 1855 Root revolver. Other compartments are for flasks and molds, cap tins and bullets. Outside corners of the case are rounded and it has a brass shield in the lid engraved with the intertwined initials “ET”. It also has a small shield shaped lock escutcheon on the front. CONDITION: Fine to very fine. Lid has a repaired crack above the hinge and a long grain check toward the front with another couple in the bottom and overall retains about 90% orig varnish with nicks, scratches and dings. Interior is moderately faded inside the lid, a little more heavily faded in the bottom with moderate soil. A very rare casing seldom ever offered on the open market. 50679-3 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 4244A

Auction: Firearms - October 2016
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