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Selling: February 21, 2014

Lot 224: Scarce Iver Johnson Safety Automatic Revolver

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Scarce Iver Johnson Safety Automatic Revolver "Hammer the Hammer" Motorized Display
Estimated Price: $1,500 - $3,000
Serial #Scarce Iver Johnson Safety Automatic Revolver ManufacturerNone ModelNone
TypeOther Gauge Catalog Page31
Barrel Finish Grip
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DescriptionConsignor's notes indicate this was 1 of 12 manufactured in 1910 to demonstrate that the hammer will only fall if the trigger is pulled. His notes also state that only 3 are known to still exist. There is a large "11" in gold paint on the inside. Measures 19 1/2" tall x 29 3/4" wide x 7" deep. Remains very good and functions correctly.

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