.32-44 caliber, 6.5" barrel, S/N 1074. Nickel finish, checkered Smith & Wesson monogramed hard rubber grips. Single action, 6-shot, break top revolver with simultaneous extraction, fluted cylinder and adjustable trigger and target sights. Two-line barrel address reads: SMITH & WESSON SPRINGFIELD, MASS U.S.A. PAT'D JAN. 17 & 24. 65 JULY 11. 65 / AUG. 24 69 APR 20 75 FEB 20 & DEC 18 1877 REISSUE JULY 25, 1871. Revolver with deep relief engraving over the majority of the metal surfaces with flowing foliate patterns and punch dot background shading.
Very good. Retains traces of finish with most of the metal cleaned to bright and toning down. Markings and engraving are clear and crisp. Mechanically functional, good bore with strong rifling, scattered light pitting and the shadow of a ring in the bore a couple of inches from the muzzle. Grips with some light wear and handling marks.