Earlier in the week I happened to be in the right place at the right time and stumbled on this beauty. What we have here is one of the 1945 Remington Rands in original box, which was sold through the NRA back in the 1960s. I believe that the green oil cloth/paper is original to the set as well (could be wrong about that however). The Rand still has a bit of the oil/preservative from the green cloth/paper scattered in various spots/surfaces - some of the "blotches" and discoloration that you may see on the metal surfaces are in fact blotches of the oil/preservative which stuck to the metal. Features the slate gray park rather than the "greenish" color and slightly varied upper/lower halves, which is correct for this late serial range. A nice HS marked barrel with slight wear patterns indicating that it is original to the piece, which would be expected. The serial number is written on the outside of the box in a bluish (grease) pencil, which I have seen before on other examples. Just a nice, minty example of a gun that has likely sat in this box since 1945. Enjoy as much as did when I found it!