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Smith & Wesson - 1

Lot 26
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Estimated Price: $850 - $1,300
Excellent Smith & Wesson First Model Third Issue Tip-Up Revolver
Serial # ManufacturerSmith & Wesson Model1
TypeRevolver Gauge22 S Catalog Page11
Barrel Length3-1/4 Inch Solid Rib FinishNickel GripRosewood
Stock ClassAntique RatingSee Condition
DescriptionModel 1 3rd Issue was manufactured from 1868 to 1882 and was the last of the .22 caliber tip-up style revolver that Smith & Wesson produced. Half-moon front sight with one line barrel address on the solid rib. Nickel plated barrel, cylinder and frame. Birds head butt. Matching serial number is stamped on the left grip. Matching assembly number is stamped on the cylinder and the inside the left grip frame.

ConditionExcellent. 95% original nickel finish remains overall with some minor flaking concentrated on the cylinder. Otherwise some overall collector type wear from storage. All markings are crisp and clear. The grips are also excellent. Mechanically excellent.
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