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SN 54168. Cal. 45 LC 7-1/2″ bbl, blue finish, walnut grips. CONDITION: Good overall. Bbl shows mottled brown-gray finish with some cleaning marks. Bbl address is clear. Slight traces of blue at bbl breech. Bore is dark with visible rifling. Bbl is numbered to gun and shows blue under ejector rod. Bbl shows “D.F.C” proof and “J.G” by locating stud. Ejector rod donut head is bent and has jammed ejector rod. Can be repaired. Cylinder is a mottled gray-brown patina with clear SN, “D.F.C.” & “P”. Frame has a mottled gray-brown appearance with clear “US” stamp “D.F.C.” inspector mark on frame above SN. Hammer is good with long heavy checkering. Good screws. Trigger guard and backstrap are mottled gray patina with clear numbers and slight traces of blue in area behind hammer. Grips are stamped “1880” with a visible cartridge on both sides. Grips fit almost perfectly. A very good honest 1880 Colt Single Action Cavalry revolver. Accompanying this revolver is a Colt Factory Letter verifying shipment to United States Goverment on March 20, 1880 in a 300-gun shipment. 49545-2 TEP C&R (6,000-8,000) – Lot 1050

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Auction: Firearms - October 2015
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