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Wesson & Harrington Model 1 Revolvers, Cased Pair, Worcester, Massachusetts Made only between 1871 & 1876, Imported by the famous firm of LePage in Paris

Both guns are virtually new with top flats of barrels engraved "H. FAURE LEPAGE a PARIS".
Serial numbers 7854 and 7480. One side plate appears to be an old replacement, possibly by LePage, as the nickel is a different hue. Gorgeous rosewood grips. In a royal purple velvet lined case signed "H. FAURE LEPAGE / PARIS". With two foil lined compartments for accessories. Fine pigskin leather-covered case with three gold frame lines, dark brown frame lines. Lid has initials "M.T.C." The leather hinge has dried and cracked and been supported by an internal replacement leather hinge. This is an outstanding opportunity to own the best!



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