7mm Pin Fire Revolver in a Rare Pipe Case
This is a 7mm pin fire revolver with a folding trigger, which was a very common design on European pocket guns of the 19th century. The gun has no finish although it may have always been "in the white" - it may not have been blued or plated. It is now covered in an aged gray patina. The action is accurate and the cylinder indexes correctly. The grips are in fine condition without cracks or missing chips, and most of the original varnish is intact. Factory engraving on the frame, cylinder, barrel lug and back strap. Marked "INVENTION LEFAUCHEUX" on the left barrel lug, pre-1878 Belgian proof marks. The "pipe case" it comes in is an unusual and rare feature. It is made of wood, covered with black leather and lined with cloth. The clasp and hinges are excellent, the exterior is fine and the lining is good for its age. A rather unusual piece. SN# 17, rated fine overall. 


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