1705. Colt Model 1851 Navy Second Generation Percussion Revolver

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serial #13924, .36 cal., 7 1/2'' octagon barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely little Navy retains about 97% original blue, silver plate and case-hardened colors with the majority of the loss due to oxidation blemishes on the bottom of the case-hardened loading lever in addition to a few handling marks and a faint rotation ring. The smooth one-piece factory walnut grips rate excellent. All appropriate parts and the grips are correctly serial numbered or assembly numbered to the gun. The revolver includes an oil-finished mahogany factory presentation case with ''Colt'' emblem on the cover rating about excellent. The blue velvet lined interior is divided into five compartments and rates about excellent. Also included are a Dixon & Sons powder flask, percussion cap tin (no caps), nipple wrench, brass round ball and conical ball mould and a pair of keys for the functioning brass-mounted lock on the case. A very nicely presented ''second genny'' Navy revolver. (89033-16) {ANTIQUE} [John Williams Collection] (600/800) Sold For 632.50

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