“SEVEN SHOT” MOORE BELT REVOLVER

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Item Code: 172-3812

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Serial no. “7082”. .32 cal., 5” octagonal barrel, brass nickel-silvered frame and handle, w/broad scroll engraving, walnut grips, square butt. Barrel markings: “MANF’D FOR SMITH & WESSON BY D. MOORE’S PATENT FIREARMS CO. Several thousand manufactured between 1861-63—discontinued due to patent dispute.

Barrel marking worn but legible. Nickel finished barrel & cylinder exhibit slight traces of light pitting. Frame and handle silvering worn and nearly gone. Crisp action and cylinder indexing. Bore exhibit traces of rust. Grips exhibit slight wear. Else VG and handsome. Privately purchased and carried by numerous Civil War officers. Excellent “seven-shooter” collectible.    [JP]

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