Dance Brothers Revolver
.44 caliber (Army), percussion, serial number 38, 8″ barrel, a very rare Confederate Texas produced revolver, with only about 350 made a Columbia, Texas during the Civil War. One of the most highly desirable weapons of the Civil War, this low numbered gun was featured on the cover of the Texas Gun Collectors Golden Anniversary issue of 2000. Great provenance and pedigree since being on exhibit at the Texas Rangers Hall of Fan Museum in Waco, Texas in the 1960’s. Guaranteed 100% authentic, with letters, Flayderman Item #10-006. Condition: Good for this class of firearm, some pitting in barrel, cylinder, frame and elsewhere, but a nice clean honest gun. Serial numbers clear on frame, trigger guard and butt. Worn original wooden grips, shrunk with age, a very scarce and desirable item. Price $55,000
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