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SN 8401. Cal. 44 7-1/2″ bbl, blue and case colored finish. Colts patent and U.S. visible on frame. Straight grained walnut grips are replacements possibly from an 1860 Army. CONDITION: Fair. Revolver shows a gray-brown patina overall. Bbl shows welding repairs at lug, heavy cleaning overall. Bbl address is not legible. Rammer, wedge and screws are replacements. Bore is dark. Broken lug pin holes. Cylinder shows a brown-gray patina. It has been heavily cleaned, no cylinder scene, no safety pins intact. Frame shows brown-gray patina with heavy pitting on both sides. Hammer is battered. Trigger guard and backstrap retain 10-15% of silver finish. Main spring has been changed from V-shape to leaf-type. SNs are visible partially on frame, clearly on trigger guard, and are polished off on bbl lug and backstrap. No SN on cylinder. A good representative example of an old dragoon that has seen some serious use. 49545-6 TEP C&R (1,000-1,500) – Lot 1092

Auction: Firearms - October 2015
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