CONFEDERATE FLAP HOLSTER FOR REVOLVER

$975.00

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Item Code: 1052-209

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Hard to find, this is a non-regulation leather holster made to accommodate a large revolver such as a Colt or Remington “Army” revolver.

The holster measures 12” along the front edge. Holster is made from one piece of reddish-brown leather. Flap held closed by a bone button. Two cuts on the back side act as a “belt loop”. Holster has an open nose cap.

Leather has a wrinkled appearance but is in very good condition. Some minor cracking at the “fold” line of the flap. Much of the stitching has split and some of the resulting open seams have been glued.

The “form” or a large revolver can be seen in the shape of the leather.

This is a typical, non-regulation flap holster of the Civil War.  [jet] [ph:L]

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