A .32 (RIMFIRE) SEVEN-SHOT SINGLE-ACTION REVOLVER MARKED 'PATENT', serial no. 39329,
circa 1870, possibly English, with blued octagonal Birmingham proved 6in. barrel, shallow white metal crescent fore-sight, moulded and shaped colour hardened solid frame with borderline engraving, cylinder arbor release spring fixed to front left of top-strap, early Smith & Wesson style top-strap cylinder lock, plain blued cylinder, central hammer, spur trigger, smooth walnut flat-based grips with provision for lanyard loop at heel (missing), the whole with strong amounts of original finish
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Sold as an exempt item under Section 58 (2) of the 1968 Firearms Act, to be held as a curiosity or ornament