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serial number 181399: conversion was an 1860 open top colt cap and ball(?). Was converted by colt to a .44 rim fire in 1871-72. Was later converted by colt(?) to a .44 centerfire in 1889. It is in fair shape, what value could it have?
 

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Well, if no piccies, then a fulll description. What finish, how much remains. all that sort of thing. Use NRA Antique Firearms standards or follow Fjestad or Schwing, just tell us which.
 

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1860 cap and ball

It looks like Josie Wales pistol that he shoots Capt. Redlegs with. It belongs to a friend, and he was just wondering at its value. All I know about it, is in the original description. It is in fair condition( worn where it goes into and out of the holster).
 
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