Available for your consideration in this lot is a "2nd Issue" Antique tip-up single action spur trigger revolver chambered in .32 caliber rimfire, produced by Smith & Wesson, circa 1868-1875. The revolver features a nickel plated finish, 3 1/2" ribbed barrel, round blade front sight, 'v' notched rear sight cut into the cylinder stop, stationary ejector rod located under the barrel, fluted five-shot cylinder, knurled spur trigger, knurled hammer spur, and two-piece smooth wood birdshead grips. Revolver exhibits approximately 80% of it's original finish showing scattered losses with some pin prick pitting. Action functions well, bore is fair to good condition, and sharp roll-stampings. The top of the barrel reads; "Smith & Wesson Springfield MASS. PAT. April 8. 55. July 5. 59 & NOV 21. 65."As well, the right grip panel, and the underside of the grip is marked with matching serial numbers. This firearm qualifies as an antique, and does require FFL Transfer or NICS Background check. Serial Number: 106551.