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SN 2. Cal. .36. Usual configuration with 9″ oct bbl, pinched brass pin front sight with pantographed address “Patent Arms Mg. Co. Paterson N.J.-Colt’s PT.” each end of the address has a small 6 pointed star and a tapering snake pattern like an orig address. Bore is rifled with 11 lands and grooves, right hand twist. Cyl has square shoulder with 5 chambers & a fine left hand stagecoach holdup scene roll marking and bears SN 7. SN 2 and 2 dots are found on rear face of bbl lug, end of cyl spindle and inside front & backstraps. Frame is a decent representation of the Texas Paterson with scalloped edges and folding trigger. Cyl spindle is also a good representation without grease grooves. Grip frame is a little thick but of approximately the same shape as an orig and is mounted with faux Ivory grips. A note that accompanies the revolver states “This item was possibly made by a machinist in Omaha, NE in the 1930’s.” This would make a fine representative slot-filler in a collection until a real one could be purchased. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: Fine, overall retains a smooth, dark brown patina showing cleaned areas on left side of frame & backstrap. Mechanics are fine, bright shiny bore. 49291-35 JR (1,000-2,000) – Lot 1091

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Auction: Firearms - October 2015
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