Colt Single Action Army revolver, manufactured in 1898, with framed Colt Archive letter. 4 3/4 inch barrel marked with the two line Hartford address on top, and "32 W.C.F." on the left side. Two line, three date patent marking, followed by Rampant Colt logo on left side of frame. Serial numbers all matching. Letter indicated that the gun was originally sent in a 10 gun shipment to Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Company of Chicago, Illinois, on February 10, 1898. Original blue finish on barrel, and case color on frame total about 75 to 80%, with minor scratches on left side of barrel. Bore is clean, and in very good condition for the age, and original hard rubber Rampant Colt embossed checkered grips are excellent. Overall very fine to excellent condition. Caliber: .32/20 Serial #: 175808
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