Lot 499    

* Harrington and Richardson Model 922 Nine Shot Revolver,
2006, Spring Americana, May 10, 11 & 12
22 caliber, serial number 188081,, 5.5" barrel stamped H&R Arms Company Worcester, Mass, USA H&R 922. Cylinder stamped Par1904 730.

Condition:  
Revolver retains ca 90% blued finish on barrel and frame. Cylinder has ca 60% blued finish fading to a nice light patina. Hammer retains ca 80% case hardened colors. Checkered walnut wood grips with some nicks on the bottom.
Sold: $57.50
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