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J.P. LOWER PHILADELPHIA DERRINGER. SN NSN. Cal. 44. This fine Derringer is marked “J.P. LOWER” on lock and “PHILADa” on bbl. J.P. Lower best known for his Denver operation during cowboy days was in Philadelphia prior to moving to Denver in 1872. This fine example of his Derringer measures 6″ long with a 1-7/8″ bbl. CONDITION: This gun is very good overall with smooth gray metal with bbl retaining traces of finish and striping. German silver mountings are sound and solid and engraved. Silver nose cap plate appears orig but seems out of suite with German silver mountings. Stock has about a 3/4″ X 1/4″ wood inset between bbl key escutcheons on bottom of gun and stock appears refinished overall retaining most of its varnish. 4-47671 JS41 (2,500-3,500)

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Auction: Firearms - Spring 2013
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