Transitional Remington New Model Army Revolver

.44 caliber, 8" barrel, S/N 31350. Blued finish, brass triggerguard, two-piece walnut grips. Transitional Old Model 1861 "Elliott" to New Model Army, retaining 2-line Elliott patent markings on barrel and German silver dovetailed cone front sight. Matching serial numbers on barrel and frame under left grip, with last four digits on rear face of cylinder. Sub-inspected throughout, with left grip cartouche obscured by additional initials carved over it.

Provenance:From the Collection of Charlie Hinton


Good. Metal with an attractively oxidized plum brown patina over most of the gun with some surface roughness and pinprick pitting. Markings mostly legible, mechanically functional, bore with strong rifling and scattered pitting. Grips with wear and rounding to the sharp edges.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200
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