Manufactured in the 1850s with blade and notch sights, "ROBBINS & LAWRENCE CO.", "WINDSOR. VT", and "PATENT. 1849.", each in one of the barrel flutes. The frame and breech has scroll engraving. Matching serial numbered on the grip frame, rear face of the barrels, both faces of the breech, and inside both grips. The barrel group unscrews for loading. Includes a relined hardwood case marked "B.J. FOGGAN" inside, Robbins & Lawrence powder flask, cap tin, dual cavity ball mold, barrel wrench, and lead projectiles. Provenance: The Milan J. Turk Collection
Very fine, retains 80% plus of the original brown finish on the barrels showing a plum hue, and 30% of the original blue finish with the balance having thinned to mostly a smooth grey patina on both. The grips are excellent with a few scattered minor handling marks. Mechanically excellent. The relined case is very good. The accessories are all fine.
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