CIVIL WAR KERR REVOLVER HOLSTER ON BELT

$2,250.00

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Item Code: 1117-97

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This is a black leather holster made to accommodate the Kerr revolver. The leather still shows the “profile” of a revolver cylinder.

The holster “pocket” measures approximately 9 ¼” along its front edge. Holster is made of black bridle leather. The flap and belt loop are each sewn to the back. The leather closing tab is missing or broken off. Rows of small holes show where the tab was once stitched to the flap. Marks on the body of the holster indicate where a finial or small buckle was once attached.

Belt loop is approximately 3 ¼” wide and is attached by a “D” shaped line of stitching. The leather plug that originally closed the end of the holster is long gone. There are no makers stamps. Condition is very good, showing use but not abuse.

The waist belt is black bridle leather and looks to be a typical accoutrement belt of the period. Measures approximately 2” wide x 38” long. There is the early style leather belt loop sewn to one end and two holes for a belt plate on the other. Belt loop has been reinforced with new stitching but some original stitching remains. Belt shows heavy use with significant crazing and some finish loss. Belt remains soft and flexible.

In overall good condition, this holster and belt shows use and will go perfect with an English revolver.  [jet]

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