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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Aug 2010
    South East of disorder
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    Default Re: Model 1860 Colt Revolver

    Very nice. Whatever you do don't clean it! When people remove patina, they usually remove the finish, and the value right along with it.
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  2. #12
    Join Date
    Apr 2012
    The English City, Pennsylvania
    (York County)
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    Default Re: Model 1860 Colt Revolver

    Very nice. Jump over to COLT FORUM: Colt Percussion Revolvers and post your pictures - you will find out everything available on that puppy. Also, check to see if the wedge is also numbered.

    Found the following:

    S/N: 28905 Co. I - 1st ME Volunteer Cavalry
    S/N: 28921 Your Puppy!
    S/N: 28961 Co. I - 3rd MI Volunteer Cavalry

    FWIW - Just because your puppy falls in between the S/N's posted - doesn't mean your puppy was assigned to a Union Solder. It is just interesting to see the assignments.
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  3. #13
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    May 2012
    Manheim, Pennsylvania
    (Lancaster County)
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    Default Re: Model 1860 Colt Revolver

    Wow great information. Thank you!

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