72-Bore (.40 caliber), 5.375" octagonal barrel, no S/N. Blued and color case hardened finish, checkered walnut grips. Double action, bar hammer, 6-shot percussion revolver. Frame with loose scroll engraving, barrel and cylinder with with Birmingham commercial proof marks, otherwise unmarked. Revolver is contained in a typical English oak casing with dividers and a green baize lining. The included accessories include a brass tipped combination wood cleaning rod and ball puller, an iron scissor-style bullet mold of the wrong caliber, a steel wad cutter that appears to be the correct caliber, an unmarked copper powder flask and a tin of percussion caps with a Kynoch paper label. A neat old handwritten note is in the case that serves as the bill of sale from 1957 when the revolver was sold for 10 pounds at the Royal Air Force Officer's Mess at an indecipherable location.
Very good. Barrel with most of the blue, cylinder with most of the vivid case color, frame flaked to gray, hammer with traces of color. Mechanically functional, good bore with scattered pitting, grips very good with scattered bumps and dings. Case very good with expected wear on the exterior and moderate wear on the interior where the front side, bar hammer and butt of the gun have damaged the baize and the dividers. Gun fits the case too tightly, suggesting this was not the actual case for this exact revolver, but is a correct style for one. Accessories all about good.