This revolver was subsequently converted to cartridge, post Civil War. Top barrel flat has the patent date, address, and model marking with one letter inspection marks on most of the components and the 1855 patent date on the cylinder. All nickel finish. The serial number "137026" and the number factory conversion "2913" are stamped on the barrel and frame. A "C" is stamped under the barrel which is obscured by the cylinder pin. Fitted with smooth grips stamped with a JWK cartouche on the left panel and the number "2" on the bottom of both panels. Provenance: The Milan J. Turk Collection
Fine. The revolver retains 70% of the once polished nickel finish with the balance a smooth gray patina with some light spotting (mostly on the cylinder). The grips are very fine with some chipping on the bottom edge and a series of minor dings on the bottoms, along with some minor handling marks. The cartouche is crisp and clear. Mechanically excellent.
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