.42 caliber nine shot, .630 smoothbore, 6.75" octagonal barrel, there are no numbers internally and the only number on the revolver is on the left grip, which may or may not be a collection number. Top of barrel address with the British Agent Robert Jones 6 Chapel Street Liverpool. British proofs on the back of the cylinder between the shoulders. Blued finish with checkered Walnut grips.
ADAMS, Doug, THE CONFEDERATE LeMAT REVOLVER, Mowbray Publishers (2005)
ALBAUGH, WILLIAM A. III, Edward N. SIMMONS, HUGH Benet JR. , CONFEDERATE HANDGUNS, Riling & Lentz Publishers (1963)
FORGETT, Valmore J,; Alain F. Marie-Antoinette Serpette, LEMAT, THE MAN, THE GUN, Navy Arms Co (1996)
Provenance: M. Clifford Young Collection
This revolver still retains large amounts of original blue finish. Has some brown over th e bright blue finish. Overall very sharp and crisp with bright blue finish. Grips are excellent.