42 caliber nine-shot, .630 smooth-bore, 6.75" octagonal barrel, S/N 128. Marked on the top of the barrel LeMats & Girard's Patent. British proofs on the cylinder. All numbers match on the cylinder barrel and frame. Blue finish with checkered walnut grips.
M. Clifford Young Collection
ADAMS, Doug, THE CONFEDERATE LeMAT REVOLVER, Mowbray Publishers (2005). Mentioned by serial number within the text on page 79.
ALBAUGH, William A. III, Edward N.SIMMONS, Hugh BENET, CONFEDERATE HANDGUNS, Riling & Lentz Publishers (1963). Mentioned by serial number within the text on page 121.
FORGETT, Valmore J.; Alain F. & Marie-Antoinette Serpette, LEMAT, THE MAN, THE GUN, Navy Arms Co. (1996). Mentioned by serial number within the text on page 77.
Barrel and shotgun tube retain most of the original blue finish. Some wear around the muzzle and to the high edges. Frame retains a lot of the original blue finish with some flaking on the sides of the frame and on the bottom of the trigger guard. Grips are very good. Some small mars to the checkered grips.