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SN 77054/380. Cal. 44 8″ bbl, blue and case colored color finish, walnut grips. CONDITION: Good. Bbl and ejector rod show silver gray patina with a light bbl address. Bore is dark with visible rifling. Bbl lug is stamped “US” above wedge screw on left side. Conversion number “380” is stamped above SN and behind ejector slot. Cylinder shows a smooth silver-gray patina with no trace of cylinder scene. No number visible on cylinder. Conversion ring is gray-brown patina and shows conversion number “380” stamp on left side. Frame is gray-brown patina with a clear Colt patent mark on left side and “380” stamped under SN. Trigger guard is mustard patina with “380” stamped under SN and A inspector mark under “380”. Iron backstrap is silver-gray patina with a brazed repair on right side of apron. All visible SNs match except bbl which shows number 1271 2. A chance to obtain a rare “US” marked and inspected Colt 1860 Army Richard’s conversion revolver that was issued to cavalry troops in late 1860’s. Possibly issued to 9th & 10th Cavalry Buffalo Soldiers. 49545-5 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1081

Auction: Firearms - October 2015
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