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Smith & Wesson Baby Russian Revolver
Standard 3.25-inch barrel, nickel finish, and mother of pearl grips.
Retailer Engraved

Manufactured only in 1876 and 1877...this .38 caliber pistol with 3.25-inch barrel has serial number 16787. This is retailer engraved, and has full coverage on both the left and right sides as well as on the top strap and back strap, and has pearl grips. The serial number is 16787. Overall, the metal retains 95% original nickel finish with the balance flaked; traces of case colors remain on the hammer and most of the original blue remains on the barrel latch. The Mother of Pearl grips are still bright white and are in fine condition excepting a tiny chip of pearl missing at the top front at left grip & top rear of right grip. Mechanically fine.



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