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Confederate Leech & Rigdon Revolver #1461 "LAST OF THE LINE"
Confederate Leech & Rigdon Revolver #1461 "LAST OF THE LINE". This serial number marks the end of production as detailed in the comprehensive letter of authentication by John Sexton which accompanies this revolver.

"SN 1461 is standard production with transition of Leech government contract filled by Jesse Ansley who moved operation from Greensboro to Augusta, GA early 1864. It is the last revolver known with “LEECH & RIGDON CSA” marking.
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Identified Major General Martin Luther Smith's Confederate Frock Coat With Mexican War Topographical Engineer Epaulets And Hat Insignia
Identified Major General Martin Luther Smith's Confederate Frock Coat With his Mexican War Topographical Engineer Epaulets And Hat Insignia. This coat for many years was on display, while loaned, at the Museum of the Confederacy (now the Museum of the American Civil War) in Richmond, Virginia. This coat has been professionally conserved and detailed illustrated conservation reports accompany. All descended in the family until now.
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