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Wedge is un-numbered. Round triggerguard. Iron straps. Left side of frame: COLTS/PATENT/US. Inspector’s initials observed at front and back of triggerguard. Manufactured 1859. Sold together with brown leather Slim Jim holster with applied belt loop. Condition: Good. Even, mostly smooth brown patina to all surfaces with scattered patches of fine pitting. Traces of naval engagement scene remain. Right grip frame broken where right screw would be. Action tight. Holster good. Leather with some dryness.
Right side of frame and recoil shield with patches of moderate pitting. Backstrap showing moderate pitting. Bright bore with strong rifling showing very little wear. Grips very good with scattered dents. Scuffs to right panel at toe. Action good. Estimate: $3,000-$5,000 Start Bid: $1,500 Session One, Auction #6130 | Sunday, December 14, 2014 | 10:00 AM CT 35 40121 Colt Model 1861 Navy Percussion Revolver. Serial no. 36 caliber, 7 1/2-inch barrel with single line New York address and fixed front sight.
Light muzzle wear. Very light tracking line. All markings clear. Grips excellent with fine checkering. Action crisp. 2) Same as #1 with some thinning on cylinder and very light high point edge wear. Minor flaking and pitting to grip straps. Front sight is a period replacement, likely to be in compliance with Bisley target shooting. Case is very good with light handling wear and scattered dents. Two compartment dividers are loose. Sliver chip to bullet block. Estimate: $15,000-$20,000 Start Bid: $7,500 Session One, Auction #6130 | Sunday, December 14, 2014 | 10:00 AM CT 49 40153 Colt Bisley Single Action Revolver.