United States - Uhlinger - Civil War era - Rimfire - Revolver - .32 RF

Description
United States - Uhlinger - Civil War era - Rimfire - Revolver - .32 RF
Very good + - 1861 - Not deactivated

Civil War era Uhlinger revolver .32 rimfire
Serial number: 3018
Year of construction: 1860/65
Barrel Length: 4 Inches
Stamps barrel: DD CONE WASHINGTON DC
Details: Walnut grips serial number on both sides, serial number on barrel, on bottom grip, and on drum,
original cleaning rod with knurled middle section.
General condition: very good condition,
Operation: 100%
Details: Uhlinger bought the machines to make revolvers from Hankins when he partnered with Sharps.
This revolver is an infringement of the Rollin-White patent owned by Smith & Wesson, in order to avoid detection, several names have been launched, in this case: DD Cone / Washington DC is stamped on the barrel.
He was a patent lawyer who has so far known nothing to do with the sale of these weapons.
About 50% of the production was not stamped with a maker,
The 50% stamps are used following stamps
DD Cone Washington DC
JP Lower
WL Grant
WP Uhlinger Phila PA

Lot details
Country of manufacture
United States
Manufacturer/ Maker
Uhlinger
Weapon Type
Revolver
Firing mechanism
Rimfire
Sub-type
Civil War era
Caliber
.32 RF
Certified Deactivation
Not deactivated
Condition
Very good +
Year of Manufacture
1861
Overall Length
26 cm
Barrel/ blade length
4 in
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