Lot 147

A Dean-Harding Dual System Revolver with interchangeable cylinder, circa 1870

Firearms of the 19th and 20th century | A81s | Live auction | 54 Lots


Cal. .455, Nr. 73, Almost bright bore, octagonal barrel, length 6". Six shots, smooth cylinder. Proof mark. Comes with a percussion interchangeable cylinder without proof mark. Revolver without designations or inscriptions except for calibre "455" on left of barrel housing. Original, blue-black, highly polished finish spotted on left of barrel and on trigger guard, partially storage marks. Hammer and trigger blued. Interchangeable cylinder presumably newly blued. Loading lever unblued. Dark walnut grip panels. Lanyard loop.
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Condition: I - II

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