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Category: Handguns / Percussion

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Italian made Colt 1851 Navy Robert E. Lee commemorative, serial number 194 of 2500. Caliber .36, single action cap and ball percussion revolver. The top of the barrel is marked “LEE” and surrounded by laurel leaves of valor, all 24 carat gold filled. The underside of the frame is marked with a circled Crowned “W” and “34”. The sides of the frame, barrel and loading lever are all fancy scroll engraved that is filled with gold, and the sides of the frame have three Stars in a box depicting the three stars he wore on his collar as General of the Confederate Army. The top, shoulders and sides of the barrel are also engraved with gold filling, and the cylinder is engraved with pictures of southern mansions, artillery, General Lee on horseback and the Lee family crest, with 13 stars in a gold band at the front of the cylinder depicting the 13 states of the Confederacy. Barrel length is 7 ˝” with a front sight that is a brass mortised cone fixed to the barrel. The rear sight is a “V” notch in the top of the hammer. The grips are one piece fancy hardwood with a lacquered finish. The left grip has a 24 carat gold plated medallion at the top marked “Robert E. Lee” and with his picture. The grips rate in excellent overall condition. The barrel, cylinder, frame and hammer are blued. The grip frame and back strap appear to be gold plated. There is no indication in the bore or cylinder chambers that this revolver was ever fired outside the factory. Housed in a French fitted walnut case with keyed lock, silver flask, medallion, silver-plated cap box, 6 gold plated .36 balls, paper work and white gloves. Overall, this set is in excellent condition. CAMcREL
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Jackson Armory
3416 Rosedale
Dallas, TX 75205-1380
Phone: 214-363-2767
Fax: 214-363-0930
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