Lot 572    

* Colt Officer's Model 32 Target Revolver,
2005, Historic Americana / Nov 16, 17 & 18
32 caliber, serial number 643327. 6" barrel. In original one-piece cardboard box. PLUS factory letter of origin.

For further information please see Sutherlands, The Book of Colt Firearms p. 346 & 354.

Provenance:  
Revolver was sold to the State of Massachusetts for National Guard Contract.


Condition:  
100% of its original blue finish. This revolver is new and is in its original cardboard box. Still retaining its original bristle brush still in its paper slip cover. Complete with the Colt four-page shooting suggestions. This is a very rare caliber for this revolver and to have the original box is a rarity.
Sold: $1,955.00
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