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Single Action Belt Model Revolver, Finest Extant Example, 95% Silver, 85%+ Blue
Lucius W. Pond, Worcester, Massachusetts, Made 1861 to 1870
.32-caliber, 6-shot 4-inch lift-up barrel [to load] original screwdriver in square butt

Single Action Belt Model Revolver, Finest Extant Example, 95% Silver, 85%+ Blue, right facing

One of the finest condition surviving Pond Single Action Belt Model revolvers found to date. It retains over 95% original silver finish oxidizing to a gray/black. Fortunately, the gun was never polished. It has figured walnut grips which are intact with 5% varnish; mechanically fine with excellent markings. The factory screwdriver is still in its storage place in the butt. Pond was put out of business early when sued by Smith & Wesson for patent infringement. Only a few thousand were made. The gun has an iron frame; barrel displays standard Pond markings and Smith & Wesson markings indicating that it was taken by S&W in reparation for patent infringement.

308-419

$1,950


Single Action Belt Model Revolver, Finest Extant Example, 95% Silver, 85%+ Blue, left facing
Single Action Belt Model Revolver, Finest Extant Example, 95% Silver, 85%+ Blue, butt
Single Action Belt Model Revolver, Finest Extant Example, 95% Silver, 85%+ Blue, address
Single Action Belt Model Revolver, Finest Extant Example, 95% Silver, 85%+ Blue, serial numbers



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