October 22-23, 2019 Extraordinary, Sporting & Collector Firearms
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This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 10/22/2019
This is an example of a typical 1890's US rebuild of the standard Cavalry Model where as the parts show mixed numbers while the grips and cylinder have the "RAC" inspector stamps. The frame is David Clark inspected, dating it to 1884-85. Indian Wars period. The trigger guard is number 120817. The backstrap is number 133105 with "K" stamp. The grips have "RAC" stamp on base and the same "RAC" stamp with number 526 on cylinder. The barrel is a "DFC" inspected No. 2582. The frame is stamped "US" on left side of frame with three line patent date. The finish is blue and case with one piece walnut grips. CONDITION: This example has been nicely refinished. The cylinder and barrel retain at least 90% reapplied commercial type blue finish with sharp legends. The case colors lack any real color but show good pattern. The refinished grips are a bit shy. The action is as smooth as butter and lock up is tight. Bore is strong. Nice example of a Colt Single Action Army Artillery Model. The factory letter simply states that that frame number 113592 was part of 150 Colts sent to US Government on December 24th, 1884. DB
Barrel Length
5 - 1/2"
.45 Long Colt
FFL Status
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Current Bidding
Minimum Bid: $3,250.00
Final prices include buyers premium:
Estimate: $6,500 - $7,500
Number Bids: 8
Auction closed on Wednesday, October 23, 2019.
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