ND - VERY GOOD- in working condition, 80% finish or better, appreciable wear on working surfaces 80% - 89%, no corrosion or pitting, minor surface dents or scratches. Wood condition commensurable with percent of finish with dings and dents associated with 80% - 89% gun.
The included factory letter confirms the current configuration when it was shipped to Charles Greenblatt Co. of New York, NY, on August 22, 1950. Also with original receipt of purchase from 1950.
NE - GOOD- in working condition, wear on working surfaces, finish 40% - 79%, no broken parts, no corrosion or pitting that will interfere with proper functioning, but may have some minor surface pitting. Wood condition commensurable with percent of finish with dings and dents associated with 40% - 79% gun.
WB - WOOD IS BETTER FOR THE PERCENT OF FINISH RATING GIVEN
Factory letter lists this revolver with 2" barrel chambered in .38 S&W Special, blue finish, and checkered walnut grips with round butt when shipped to Charles Greenblatt Inc. in New York New York on July 10, 1952. With invoice for the revolver from August 6, 1952.
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