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SN 7941. Cal 36. Blue & color case hardened with 7 1/2″ bbl, brass pin front sight and 1-line London address. Accompanied by a blue velvet lined Colt English mahogany casing with empty brass plaque in the lid. Compartmented in the bottom for the revolver, pewter oiler, Barlow patent bag flask, a blued 2-cavity “COLT’S PATENT” mold with sprue cutter, an L-shaped nipple wrench, a steel cleaning rod, loose 36 Cal. balls, lacquered tin of Eley’s caps. This is a fine, sharp cased Colt which presents beautifully as professionally refinished. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Phil A. Bleakney, Jr. CONDITION: Gun retains virtually all of its refinished blue and case colors. Backstrap and trigger guard have turned mostly plum. Stocks are sound and solid and fit gun well but were not removed to check for SN. They retain about 70% of a varnished finish which appears partially orig with small dings, dents, scratches and other small blemishes. Mechanics are crisp and functioning. Bore exhibits crisp sharp rifling with areas of staining and light pitting. Gun appears all orig with exception of replaced wedge screw. Case is sound and solid with small dings, dents retaining much of a varnished finish. Internally lining is faded, worn and soiled. Components are average for condition with good markings. L-shaped gun tool is refinished. Flask has broken spring. 49059-82 JS (4,000-6,000) – Lot 1099

Auction: Firearms - October 2015
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