With blued octagonal sighted barrel with stamped signature “ADAMS’S PATENT SMALL ARMS CO., 391, STRAND, LONDON”, blued cylinder and blued frame, the last stamped “ADAMS’S PATENT No.1833” on the right side and with ‘JA’ trademark. The Adams Patent Small Arms Co. are recorded at 391 Strand between 1864 and 1874. Bright hammer, blued trigger guard and butt cap, the last with small lanyard loop, and checkered walnut butt. London black powder proof marks. In fitted oak case lined in green baize, the lid with printed W. Watson & Son trade label, with pewter oiler.
Very fine. The revolver retains 85% plus bright original high polish blued finish with some scattered minor patches of flaking and light rubbing to hard edges. The butt is also very fine with sharp checkering. Mechanically excellent. The case is very good, with renewed lining, slight staining on the trade label, and two wear patches to the lining from the revolver.
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