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SN 305412. Cal 45. This fine Colt Single Action Army has factory letter stating its rare configuration as Sheriff’s Model. Shipped September 28, 1910 to H. L. Dyer (address not listed), though sold to Hibbard, Spencer Bartlett Co, Chicago. Cal is listed as 45 with 4″ bbl, blue finish. H. L. Dyer was a hardware dealer in Richmond, Ft. Bend County, TX. Gun appears fine and “as found”. All orig with matching SNs found on frame, trigger guard and backstrap. Last 4 digits of SN are also found inside each of the orig hard rubber Colt medallion grips. This is a rare found fine example of a Colt Single Action Sheriff’s Model with factory letter. PROVENANCE: Ex-Bruce Bartlett. CONDITION: Fine overall. Bbl and cyl retain 40-50% thinning bright blue finish. Backstrap and trigger guard retain about 20% thinning blue finish. Traces of case color are found on frame and hammer, thought mostly grey with pinprick pitting on right side. Grips are in fine matching condition, well fit with left side losing some of its color to a dark olive/brown. Mechanically gun functions well with crisp bright bore and cyl chambers which still retain blue finish. 50412-31 JS (25,000-50,000) – Lot 4260

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Auction: Firearms - October 2016
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