3032 FINE NAMED CIVIL WAR SMITH & WESSON NO. 1

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[?]Live Online Auction Starts In 2024 Jul 24 @ 10:00 (UTC-4 : AST/EDT)
Category Firearms & Military
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Start Price 200.00 USD
Estimated at 400.00 - 600.00 USD
REVOLVER. Cal. 22, S# 49317. This is a standard Smith & Wesson Model 1, second issue with 3.2" barrel silver and blue finish, mounted with varnished rosewood on back strap is name "Chas Daleske". This revolver was made in 1864 and searching the databases for Civil War soldiers, no Daleske surname turns up. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: file of research, service records. CONDITION: very good overall, complete matching serial numbers and assembly marks, retaining most of the silver plate on frame and grip strap, traces of blue on barrel in protected areas, mechanically functional, discernible rifled bore. PROVENANCE: Lifelong collection of Robert "Mike" Bricker. (01-24999/JS). ANTIQUE. $400-600.