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RARE 3-PANEL LIGHTED DISPLAY OF THE EVOLUTION & CHANGES IN COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVERS. Display is built of cherry wood with burlap-type cloth backing. It consists of three panels, two of which are 20″ wide with the center panel 24″ wide and all are about 36″ tall. The board displays all facets of production of all the major pieces & parts and their various changes over the years used in the production of Colt Single Action Army Revolvers from 1873-1940. Each item on the display is numbered with a corresponding numbered caption card which explains what the part is and its sequence in production. The display has a separate detachable 2-pc top in blue & white with the “COLT” logo on one end and the rampant Colt on the other end. This top is titled “A CLOSER LOOK AT THE COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY”. The top center of the middle panel is sub-titled “SUBTLE CHANGES IN THE COLT SINGLE ACTION 1873-1940”. Below this header are two typewritten sheets explaining the display. Each end is lighted with a small fluorescent tube. PROVENANCE: Wes Adams Estate Collection. CONDITION: Very fine. Display retains most of its orig finish with bright clean parts; the walnut 1-pc grip is orig but somewhat battered and the two hard rubber grips are oxidized. 4-45632 (3,000-5,000)

Auction: Firearms - Fall 2012
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