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Civil War era brass frame revolver .36 cal, six shot, serial numbers 1646 on cylinder, barrel, and brass receiver. Serial number ending in 26 on lever, brass trigger guard, wedge, and wooden grip. Roman numeral “II” above tear down wedge for barrel. Similar to a Model 1851 Navy type percussion revolver manufactured by Samuel Griswold in Griswoldville, Georgia. Barrel length: 7 3/8″. Provenance: Gatlinburg, TN collection. Condition: Cylinder not advancing properly, unable to remove barrel from frame cylinder possibly due to rust, replaced screws, indention marks around tear down wedge (both sides), brass frame with minor marks, tip of wooden grip handles with minor losses.