.30 cup fire caliber, 3.5" octagonal barrel, S/N 7230. Blued barrel, silver-plated brass frame, varnished rosewood grips. Single action, spur trigger, 6-shot, front loading cartridge revolver. One line EAGLE ARMS CO. NEW YORK marking on barrel rib, cylinder marked in one vertical line: PATENTED JULY 12, 1859 & JULY 21, 1863. Grips are stamp numbered to the gun on their interiors in two lines. Revolver is contained in its original dark green paste board picture box with instructions printed inside the lid. Also includes a single .30 cup fire (teat fire) cartridge.
Very good. Retains some of the thinning blue on the barrel and cylinder, with much of the silver plating on the brass frame with some wear and loss. All markings remain clear and crisp. Mechanically functional; fine bore with crisp rifling and scattered oxidation. Grips with some of the original varnish and some scattered handling marks. Box about good with moderate wear, crazing, finish loss and discoloration from mildew. Cartridge very good.