Gentlemen: I have dug deep with this one as it is always on my keeper pile. This , in my humble opinion, is a very fine rig and one which will educate as well as entertain. Trust that you will enjoy it.
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148.68 KB And the real beauty of it is, that every square millimeter of the leather squeeks !!!!! It just don't get any better !!!
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131.46 KB For some unknown reason, a Roman numeral 4 is marked on the back of holster.
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155.8 KB I will be the first to admit , that an old dog can learn new tricks, as the number 3 has a flat top. I will then have to ask when did the round top number 3 start ?
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134.34 KB Two proofs, an Imperial Crown over D and the Weimar Prussian proof of Sunbrust k [?]. [ Upon further study it has been determined that the original letter was stamped out and replaced by the letter L to one side of where the original letter was at. One very strange proofmark ]
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