BEAUTIFULLY TOOLED GEORGE LAWRENCE AND COMPANY REVOLVER HOLSTER

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Item Code: 172-4970

The Lawrence company is well known among collectors of western leather gear. Under the Lawrence name the company dates back to the early 1890s and manufactured “saddles, harness and sporting goods,” but its antecedents date to 1857. By World War One, more than 250 were employed at the factory in Oregon. The company went out of business in 1985. This is their Challenger pattern holster with model and feature codes “2C,” “M,” and “P,” over a “6,” which would be the barrel length. The Lawrence codes are notoriously complex and the holsters were designed for many makes and models of pistols, so if you are aiming to fit a particular gun, reference should be made to the code charts on some of the collector sites.

The finish on the holster is a lustrous light brown. The belt loops and strap are in place and solid. Aside from some light rubs and a little oil and dust, this is a very nice example of their higher quality work.  [SR]

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