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SN 965. Cal. 44 7-1/2″ bbl, blue and case colored finish, walnut grips. CONDITION: Good. Bbl shows brown-gray patina with heavy pitting at muzzle and down left side. Bore is dark with visible rifling. Hartford bbl address is partially visible. Orig rammer and latch. Front sight is full-sized. Cylinder is blue-brown patina overall. SN is stamped in one flute. No patent mark visible. Some pitting around nipple area. Flattened safety pins in back of cylinder. Frame is four screw and cut to stock. Frame shows a gray-brown patina with some heavy cleaning. Heavy pitting on recoil shield and back of frame. Screws are replacements. Hammer shows crusty brown patina. Trigger guard retains 20% silver. Iron backstrap is gray-brown patina with some heavy pitting behind hammer. Grips are good with small chip missing from heel of left grip. SNs on bbl, wedge, cylinder, arbor, frame, trigger guard, and backstrap all match. Colt’s patent on left side of frame partly obscured. A good representative example of an early three-digit Army that could have gone South. 49545-3 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1106

Auction: Firearms - October 2015
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