AMERICAN DERINGER, C. 1855-60

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Item Code: 88-71

.41 cal. rifled barrel of typical "Deringer" shape, rifled section screwed into standing breech with its nipple bolster and tang. This is the preferred method of construction used by Henry Deringer himself. Engraved lock in excellent working order, with powerful mainspring. Solid stock with checkered grip (checkering pattern also follows H. Deringer's), engraved German silver mounts. Stock exhibits no repairs or damage except for slight on narrow forestock edges along barrel. A completely original and good quality copy of Henry Deringer's pistol, just slightly larger than the so-called "peanut size" deringer, and pretty much the size of the one used by Booth.  [PE] [PH:L]

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