.28 caliber, 2.25" barrel cluster (3.5" to breech face), S/N 4120. Browned and color case hardened finish, varnished rosewood grips. Twist-off fixed fluted 5-barrel cluster that unscrews for loading and pivots down for capping, with rotating hammer, ring trigger cocking mechanism and separate trigger. Frame and chambers with simple scroll engraving. Barrel marked in flutes ROBBINS & LAWRENCE, WINDSOR, VT and PATENT 1849. Matching serial number 4120 on breech face, frame and in both grips. Barrel cluster numbered 3546. Pepperbox in maroon lined, compartmentalized period case that includes a brass powder flask with three line markings that read: ROBBINS & LAWRENCE Co / PATENT REVOLVING HAMMER PISTOL / WINDSOR Vt. Also includes an unmarked brass dual cavity round ball mold that appears to be the correct caliber, a combination barrel wrench and cleaning rod, a tin of Union Metallic Cartridge Company percussion caps, some lead round balls and a key for the case lock that does not appear to function.
Very good. Barrels with some nice original brown remaining, frame with traces of case colors. Markings and engraving remain crisp. Mechanically functional, very good bores with some oxidation. Accessories good to very good with the flash showing a push in the middle of the markings. Casing very good, with some wear and fading to the lining, otherwise with some scattered marks and mars and a grain crack at the upper right edge of the front of the lid.