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A FINE Rogers & Spencer Army Model Revolver,
Circa 1865, Serial Number: 1477
Willow Dale (near Utica), New York

The manufacturer was contracted by the US Government in 1864 to produce 5000 units; it is believed that none were issued, and that Bannerman acquired nearly all at a government sale. As depicted, a fine single action, solid frame, .44-caliber, 6-shot round cylinder revolver displaying standard markings and crisp inspectors mark – “RPB”. The pistol has a 7.5-inch octagonal barrel and hinged loading lever assembly. The original deep blue finish is at 98% with 85% blue on cylinder…same for cylinder; casehardened hammer and lever; two-piece walnut grips in great condition; smooth and tight action; German silver front bead sight. The top-strap is marked Rogers & Spencer/Utica, N.Y.



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