.31 caliber, 3.5" barrel, S/N 7593. The top flat of the barrel is marked Patented Sept. 14, 1858 / E. Remington & Sons, Ilion, New York U.S.A. / New Model. This variation is the rarest of all new model pocket revolvers, having an all brass frame and an iron spur trigger. Only a handful are known to exist, with this one, arguably, the best known specimen. With rosewood grips. The pistol is housed in its original mahogany case, lined with red velvet. The case has partitions for bullets, a mold, a powder flask and a key.
Excellent condition throughout. The pistol retains nearly all of its original blue finish throughout, with light areas of fading to the frame, and some slight areas of wear on the cylinder and barrel. The grips have almost all of their original varnish, and are in excellent condition. The powder flask may be a period replacement. The box ha some small scratches, but is mostly excellent.