Colt, Model 1860 Army Revolver .44 Cal. Percussion, MFG. 1863, S...
Item # 4364
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Currently US $1000 First bid $1000
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Started 2020-07-30 00:00:00
Ends 2020-08-29 02:00:00
 
   

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Colt, Model 1860 Army Revolver .44 Cal. Percussion, MFG. 1863, S/N: 94362, The top flat of the 7 7/8'' barrel is marked ''--ADDRESS SAML COLT NEW-YORK U.S. America--'', the left side of the frame is marked ''COLTS/PATENT''. The matching serial number is marked on the frame, cylinder, trigger guard & back strap. The cylinder is roll engraved with the naval battle scene, which is difficult to distinguish at 20% remaining. Blue finished barrel, casehardened loading lever, frame & hammer, have all worn mostly silver with thin brown patina. Brass trigger guard & back strap. Fitted with a smooth one piece varnished walnut grips, which are very good, with areas of original finish & handling marks. Metal is proud to wood. Bore has strong rifling with black powder abrasions. The action functions properly. The percussion nipples are solid & all present. Antique No FFL Req - Value: 2000 to 4000



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Colt, Model 1860 Army Revolver .44 Cal. Percussion, MFG. 1863, S...
Item # 4364
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