J.M. COOPER POCKET MODEL REVOLVER

$1,550.00

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Item Code: 218-548

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Cooper began production in Pittsburgh from circa 1850s-1864 then moved to Philadelphia and made guns there from 1864-69, approximately 15,000 of all models.

This has features of the First and Second models of the Philadelphia production. There is a three-line company barrel marking, beginning with “ADDRESS” and including the “FRANKFORD PHILA. PA.” and two additional lines of patent dates. Back straps are iron, not brass. Serial numbered 600.

Five-shot cylinder, round with large amount of original blue. Five-inch octagonal barrel. Double action mechanism, iron back straps, one-piece walnut grips. “31 CAL” clearly stamped on left side of trigger guard.

Handsome gun, retaining much of the original case colors and blue.  Crisp “600” present on butt, trigger guard, cylinder, barrel, and wedge.  Three-line barrel address lightly worn. Walnut grips exhibit light wear and tiny chip at right grip lower corner. Indexing action crisp. Bore bright and clean with good rifling.

Highly attractive, excellent collectible.  [jet]

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