Colt Model 1860 Army Revolver

This was the major revolver used by U.S. troops during the Civil War. It is the standard round cylinder army model with a New York address (-ADDRESS COL. SAM COLT NEW-YORK U.S. AMERICA). It is 44 caliber, 6-shot cylinder with Naval engagement scene and 8″ round barrel. The grips are one piece walnut with brass trigger guard and blued steel backstrap. The frame, hammer and lever are casehardened and the remainder is blued. The roll scene on the cylinder is of the battle between the Texas Navy and that of Mexico. All original parts and matching serial numbers: 89451.

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Civil War Confederate Fretwell – Singer Torpedo , from Mobile , Alabama

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Civil War Confederate Fretwell – Singer Torpedo , from Mobile , Alabama, This Torpedo was the invention of two Texans – Dr J.R. Fretwell and E.C. Singer . They set up productions of their Torpedo , in 1863 in Mobile, Al. , and this was a sand cast brass, one that was produce in Mobile, This was Found back in the 1960’s in the Mobile area . This ia a Very Rare and Nice Confederate item .   $4500.00

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