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Item #AF520 / $6,800.
About The Colts:
The following information is from the signed and notarized affidavit by Captain Davis' daughter--
This pair of Colt Single Action .45 Caliber revolvers belonged to Harold B. Davis, Captain of the Oceanside Police Department (from 1930 to 1955). He considered these his "Parade" guns.
One, serial #299,XXX, is marked in two places: W F & Co. It was carried by a messenger for Wells Fargo & Co. between Dodge City and St. Joseph, Missouri, The Wells Fargo Express.
The other, marked U.S. and stamped by inspector Rinaldo A. Carr as well as "P" for the factory repairs, is Serial #7021 / 13581 / 37764 and was carried by a Texas Ranger out of El Paso, Texas. It was used in the Government Service 1871-1875.
Captain Davis had these guns re-nickled in the 1930's. He wore these guns in a hand-tooled double Mexican Concho holster rig (included in this set).
Pair of Davis Colts WF&Co + U.S. with Double Holster and Belt/ Item #AF520 / $6,800.
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